KORG DRV-2000 PDF
DRV/Owner’s Manual. License Agreement. 1) All intellectual property contained in this library – including owner’s manuals and product literature – is the . Korg DRV Digital Reverb Effect Module. The DRV is a relatively quiet digital effects processor. It can do up to 2 FX simultaneously either in stereo or. The DRV is a relatively quiet digital effects processor. It can do up to 2 FX simultaneously either in stereo or 1-per-channel side. This vintage unit.
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Then you can alter the parameter you select by stepping up or down using the Up or Down keys, or both together for speed. But these few gripes aside, for many people the DRV is likely to prove the right tool for a number of interesting jobs and, as such, is an admirable addition to the Korg range.
The two gated reverb programs give you basically the same things as the straight ones, but when the sound stops, so does the reverb – kprg you get the fullness of the reverb effect with none of the mushy reflections after.
Gear in this article: Searchable archive of old, out-of-print music production magazines. To save a program, you simply call it up on the LCD screen, oorg press Write.
These two buttons are used to select a program or edit the parameters, by stepping up or down through the digits on the LCD screen.
Other articles featuring gear in this article: These comprehensive presets fall into seven groups: The DRV sits comfortably in an unremarkable inch rackmount box, and looking at it from the front you notice that it has korv backlit LCD display, two recessed knobs at one end, and a row of flat selector buttons and power switch at the other.
How to make your recordings sound like a million bucks for slightly less than five hundred quid! Write is only used as kirg sub-mode of Program or Parameter modes, incidentally. Now seems like a good time to slot in a mention of Write mode.
You can even assign the movement of a pitch-bend wheel to directly control the depth of flanging or chorus saythereby giving yourself remote control of the effects from your MIDI instrument. The DRV’s stereo echo programs are real charmers, giving you new access to the kind of ping-pong echo effects only previously possible if your mate could twist the pan pot on the mixer round in between repeats! With devices like this, making the most shockingly edited samples sound like Simon Rattle and his big band, or glorifying the most ratty timbres oorg your synths is childsplay, and getting a good vocal sound is as simple as punching up the right number on the display.
Finally, we have Multi-Modulation mode.
Parameter mode, also called Edit mode, lets you examine and alter the parameters that make up each effect. Please include your email address if you want to be contacted regarding your note. Stereo outputs are already provided, but stereo inputs might have been nice, too – but I guess all budget reverbs can’t be Alesis!
Especially handy if you have a limited recording set-up and need to record a lot of things at once to get the most mileage out of your mixdowns.
Phil South discovers that room simulation is not incurable these days, thanks in part to this latest combined digital reverb and multi-effects processor from Korg. To really create the hippy classic of all time, what you really need is the Space Pan program. Kprg, you can also change programs with a footswitch, but we’ll cover that in a minute. Phil South discovers that room simulation is not incurable these days, thanks to Korg’s latest combined digital reverb and multi-effects processor.
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All alterations made in Parameter mode can be saved with Write. So a couple of good, reliable Input and Output gain controls wouldn’t have gone amiss. Now then, which of these parameters on all these fine programs can you control drv-20000 your footswitch or MIDI device? Kkorg reflections make a room sound more ‘live’, damping the high frequencies makes it sound warmer, kirg pre-delay gives you that feeling of space, like you could go out and grab a bite and be back before the early reflections start!
The seven buttons covering the right-hand side of the unit are concerned with program selection, editing and storage. The movement of this panning is controllable by Pan Depth, Tremolo, and Phase, which sets the angle and therefore direction of the autopan. They’re fun, cheap, non-fattening I tell you what, I never thought I’d see the day when a true reverb could be bought for under a couple of grand. For example, you can easily programme two footswitches to step up and down the programs for you, especially useful in a live situation, I would have thought.
On the downside, it’s not the cheapest multi-effects unit available, and it isn’t very easy to just plug something into the DRV and use it like a guitar or vocals effects pedal. It was only a matter of time before the manufacturers realised they could combine the talents of both these units in the one inch box. So the basic programs you’ll want to edit and use are couched in programs Previous article in this issue: It really helps – thank you!
The same goes for studio quality effects units too. A real studio flanger!
In Program mode you can punch up reverb or effect programs from the unit’s memory for use or for editing and saving under dtv-2000 different name in the user area of memory.
You select Drv-2000 mode by pressing the Parameter button and you thought you had to peel a banana and press the light switch!
The answer is all of them, and here’s a srv-2000 of all the possibilities to prove it: One interesting function in this mode is Title Edit.
The panning occurs not only between the left and right, but back and forth in the stereo picture as well, producing a cyclic motion. It sounds like a musician’s dream, but it’s a technological reality.
Now this is possibly the ‘unique selling point’ that Korg would like me to point out to you, but who cares?
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Just think of all the Motown drum breaks you can do, using the Multi-Modulation facility to vary the sweep of the flanger.
Grand Canyon with a lid on, anybody?
To step through programs lorg press the desired Up or Down key, holding it down to cycle through the programs continuously, or by pressing the opposite key at the same time to ‘fast forward’, as it were. The Input level occasionally needs adjusting not only from the knob on the front, but also from within; I suspect after noodling around with input levels for a while the creative urge will have flown.
This is a nice touch, enabling all us ‘weird filename’ junkies to vent our creative talents on yet another LCD.