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How do I apply effects to a voice from a plug-in board on my S80?

There are two types of Effects that can be applied to a Voice on a Plug-in Board; ‘System Effects’ are found on the unit the Board is plugged into, and the ‘Insertion Effects’ that the Board uses are found on the Board itself. These Effects Units contain the following Effects:
– Reverb Unit (System): 12 Reverbs
– Chorus Unit (System): 23 Chorus-type Effects
– Insertion Effect Unit (on the Plug-in Board): Up to 24 effects, depending on the Board

The PRE1, PRE2, INT, and EXT Voices (resident on the S80) use their own Insertion Effects (Insertion Effect 1 and 2) and are assigned in a different manner. Click here for ‘Applying Effects to a Voice on an S80’

Using the Insertion Effect with a Plug-in Voice:

1) Press the [VOICE] button to enter Voice Mode, and select a Plug-in Voice.

2) Press the [EDIT] button.

3) Press and hold the [SHIFT] button, then turn the (PAGE) knob until the cursor points to ‘EFF’ at the upper right of the screen.

4) Release the [SHIFT] button, then turn the (PAGE) knob until ‘ EFF EF1’ is displayed on the left side of the screen.

TIP: For steps 5 – 6, refer to the Effects List in the Plug-in Board Owner’s Manual, which contains detailed information on each Effect.)

5) Turn the (B) knob to select an Insertion Effect Category.

6) Turn the (C) knob to select an Insertion Effect Type.

7) If applicable, turn the (1) knob to select the Dry/Wet mix (balance).
TIP: Pressing the [ENTER] button will allow the user to edit additional Effect parameters.

Using System Effects with a Plug-in Voice:

1) Turn the (PAGE) knob until ‘EFF Rev’ is displayed in the screen.

2) Turn the (B) knob to select the Reverb Type.
Reference: Data List, p.17-25

3) Turn the (1) knob to set the Reverb Return Level.

TIP: Pressing the [ENTER] button will allow the user to edit additional Effect parameters.

4) Turn the (PAGE) knob until ‘EFF Cho’ is displayed in the screen.

5) Turn the (B) knob to select the Chorus Type.
Reference: Data List, p.17-25

6) Turn the (C) knob to set the level of Chorus sent to the Reverb.

7) Turn the (1) knob to set the Chorus Return Level.
TIP: Pressing the [ENTER] button will allow the user to edit additional Effect parameters.

Reference: Owner’s Manual, p.55-56, 78-79

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