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guillaume.pille [2 In the studio]
torpedo_live:torpedo_live_user_s_manual [2019/02/25 12:53] (current)
bruno.ferren [6.3 Control change (CC) - For V4 firmware]
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   - Choose a power amplifier (or switch it off if you are using a loadbox), a speaker cabinet and a microphone (Power Amp, Speaker, and Microphone sections)   - Choose a power amplifier (or switch it off if you are using a loadbox), a speaker cabinet and a microphone (Power Amp, Speaker, and Microphone sections)
   - Position the microphone inside the virtual studio (Miking window and parameters)   - Position the microphone inside the virtual studio (Miking window and parameters)
-  - Shape the signal (Low Cut, EQ, Exciter and Comp sections)+  - Shape the signal (EQ, Reverb ​sections)
  
 At each step, Two notes Audio Engineering implements its know-how to offer the most advanced simulations on the market and ensure absolutely realistic quality both for the musician (in terms of playing sensation) and for the listener (in terms of sound quality). You can load up to 32 Two notes cabinets in the Torpedo Live. Download the free Torpedo Remote software (Mac OS X and Windows PC) from the [[http://​www.two-notes.com|Two notes Audio Engineering]] website, and you will be able to add or remove the stored cabinets. There are currently more than 80 Two notes cabinets available in La Boutique and the Two notes Store that you can try in real time and purchase with Torpedo Remote (requires a working Internet connection). At each step, Two notes Audio Engineering implements its know-how to offer the most advanced simulations on the market and ensure absolutely realistic quality both for the musician (in terms of playing sensation) and for the listener (in terms of sound quality). You can load up to 32 Two notes cabinets in the Torpedo Live. Download the free Torpedo Remote software (Mac OS X and Windows PC) from the [[http://​www.two-notes.com|Two notes Audio Engineering]] website, and you will be able to add or remove the stored cabinets. There are currently more than 80 Two notes cabinets available in La Boutique and the Two notes Store that you can try in real time and purchase with Torpedo Remote (requires a working Internet connection).
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 ===== - Stay connected ===== ===== - Stay connected =====
  
-You may have discovered an idea to use the device in some innovative way. Do not hesitate to come and share your experience on the Two Notes Audio Engineering Forum or social networks. Please go to the [[http://​www.two-notes.com|Two notes Audio Engineering]] website and click on the "​Community"​ section.+You may have discovered an idea to use the device in some innovative way. Do not hesitate to come and share your experience on the Two notes Audio Engineering Forum or social networks. Please go to the [[http://​www.two-notes.com|Two notes Audio Engineering]] website and click on the "​Community"​ section.
  
 Two notes is also on the social networks [[https://​business.facebook.com/​twonotesaudioengineering/​ | Facebook]], [[https://​soundcloud.com/​twonotesaudioengineering | Soundcloud]] and [[https://​www.youtube.com/​user/​TwoNotestv | Youtube]] — so do not wait and come share your creative work! Two notes is also on the social networks [[https://​business.facebook.com/​twonotesaudioengineering/​ | Facebook]], [[https://​soundcloud.com/​twonotesaudioengineering | Soundcloud]] and [[https://​www.youtube.com/​user/​TwoNotestv | Youtube]] — so do not wait and come share your creative work!
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 Each preset on the Torpedo Live has a single program number. The preset 001 of the machine is triggered by a MIDI PC 1, you can address the 128 presets, with MIDI PC 1 to MIDI PC 128. This way, it is possible to randomly access the preset by sending the appropriate MIDI PC number. Each preset on the Torpedo Live has a single program number. The preset 001 of the machine is triggered by a MIDI PC 1, you can address the 128 presets, with MIDI PC 1 to MIDI PC 128. This way, it is possible to randomly access the preset by sending the appropriate MIDI PC number.
  
-===== - Control change (CC) =====+===== - Control change (CC) - For V3 firmware ​=====
  
-The following table indicates the Control Change numbers for every parameter, as well as their range and behavior.+The following table indicates the Control Change numbers for every parameter, as well as their range and behavior. This table is valid for firmware version 3.
  
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 | Mute |  36  |  0-1  | 0 = No mute ; 1 = Mute | | Mute |  36  |  0-1  | 0 = No mute ; 1 = Mute |
  
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 +===== - Control change (CC) - For V4 firmware =====
 +
 +The following table indicates the Control Change numbers for every parameter, as well as their range and behavior. This table is valid for firmware version 4.
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 +^  Parameter ​ ^  CC#  ^  Range  ^  Behavior ​ |
 +^  Simulation & IR Loader modes  ||||
 +| **Power Amp** ||||
 +| On/Off |  0  |  0-1  | 0 = Off ; 1 = On |
 +| Model |  1  |  0-7  | 0 = Model #0 ; 1 = Model #1... |
 +| Volume |  2  |  0-30  | 0 = 0dB ; 30 = 30dB |
 +| Presence |  3  |  0-127  | 0 = 0% ; 63 = 50% ; 127 = 100% |
 +| Depth |  4  |  0-127  | 0 = 0% ; 63 = 50% ; 127 = 100% |
 +| Type |  5  |  0-1  | 0 = Triode : 1 = Pentode |
 +| **Miking** ||||
 +| On/Off |  6  |  0-1  | 0 = Off ; 1 = On |
 +| Cab |  8  |  0-x  | 0 = Cab #0 ; 1 = Cab #1... |
 +| File A |  9  |  0-x  | 0 = File #0 ; 1 = File #1... |
 +| File B |  10  |  0-x  | 0 = File #0 ; 1 = File #1... |
 +| Folder A |  11  |  0-3  | 0= User 0 ; 1= User1; 2 = User 2 ; 3 = User 3 |
 +| Folder B |  12  |  0-3  | 0= User 0 ; 1= User1; 2 = User 2 ; 3 = User 3 |
 +| Mic A |  13  |  0-7  | 0 = Mic #1 ; 1 = Mic #1... |
 +| Distance A |  14  |  0-127  | 0 = 0% ; 63 = 50% ; 127 = 100% |
 +| Center A |  15  |  0-127  | 0 = 0% ; 63 = 50% ; 127 = 100% |
 +| Position A |  16  |  0-1  | 0 = Back : 1 = Front |
 +| Level A |  35  |  0-107  | 0 = -95dB ; 95 = 0dB ; 107 = 12dB |
 +| Phase A |  36  |  0-1  | 0 = Normal ; 1 = Invert |
 +| Mute A |  37  |  0-1  | 0 = Off (no mute) ; 1 = On (mute) |
 +| Mic B |  38  |  0-7  | 0 = Mic #1 ; 1 = Mic #1... |
 +| Distance B |  39  |  0-127  | 0 = 0% ; 63 = 50% ; 127 = 100% |
 +| Center B |  40  |  0-127  | 0 = 0% ; 63 = 50% ; 127 = 100% |
 +| Position B |  41  |  0-1  | 0 = Back : 1 = Front |
 +| Level B |  42  |  0-107  | 0 = -95dB ; 95 = 0dB ; 107 = 12dB |
 +| Phase B |  43  |  0-1  | 0 = Normal ; 1 = Invert |
 +| Mute B |  44  |  0-1  | 0 = Off (no mute) ; 1 = On (mute) |
 +| **EQ** ||||
 +| On/Off |  17  |  0-1  | 0 = Off ; 1 = On |
 +| Mode |  18  |  0-2  | 0 = Guitar : 1 = Bass ; 2 = Custom |
 +| Gain: Low |  19  |  0-40  | 0 = -20dB ; 20 = 0dB ; 40 = 20dB |
 +| Gain: Low Mid |  20  |  0-40  | 0 = -20dB ; 20 = 0dB ; 40 = 20dB |
 +| Gain: Mid |  21  |  0-40  | 0 = -20dB ; 20 = 0dB ; 40 = 20dB |
 +| Gain: High Mid |  22  |  0-40  | 0 = -20dB ; 20 = 0dB ; 40 = 20dB |
 +| Gain: High |  23  |  0-40  | 0 = -20dB ; 20 = 0dB ; 40 = 20dB |
 +| Freq: Low Cut |  45  |  0-127  | Specific mapping to Hz |
 +| Freq: Low |  46  |  0-127  | Specific mapping to Hz |
 +| Freq: Low Mid |  47  |  0-127  | Specific mapping to Hz |
 +| Freq: Mid |  48  |  0-127  | Specific mapping to Hz |
 +| Freq: High Mid |  49  |  0-127  | Specific mapping to Hz |
 +| Freq: High |  50  |  0-127  | Specific mapping to Hz |
 +| **Level** ||||
 +| Preset Level |  24  |  0-95  | 0 = -95dB ; 95 = 0dB |
 +| **Reverb** ||||
 +| On/Off |  25  |  0-1  | 0 = Off ; 1 = On |
 +| Room |  26  |  0-7  | 0 = Room #0 ; 1 = Room #1... |
 +| Dry/Wet |  27  |  0-127  | 0 = 0% ; 63 = 50% ; 127 = 100% |
 +^  Arcade mode  ||||
 +| Instrument |  28  |  0-1  | 0 = Guitar ; 1 = Bass |
 +| Cab |  8  |  0-x  | 0 = Cab #0 ; 1 = Cab #1... |
 +| Mic |  13  |  0-7  | 0 = Mic #1 ; 1 = Mic #1... |
 +| Room |  26  |  0-7  | 0 = Room #0 ; 1 = Room #1... |
 +| Power Amp |  29  |  0-30  | 0 = Off ; 1 = min ; 30 = max |
 +| Distance |  30  |  0-44  | 0 = min ; 44 = max |
 +| Tone |  31  |  0-44  | 0 = min ; 44 = max |
 +| Contour |  32  |  0-40  | 0 = min ; 40 = max |
 +| Preset Level |  33  |  0-107  | 0 = -95dB ; 95 = 0dB ; 107 = 12dB |
 +^  General ​ ||||
 +| Preset mode |  34  |  0-2  | 0 = Simulation ; 1 = Arcade ; 2 = IR Loader |
 +| Out Level |  51  |  0-107  | 0 = -95dB ; 95 = 0dB ; 107 = 12dB |
 +| Mute |  52  |  0-1  | 0 = Off (no mute) ; 1 = On (mute) |
 +| Bypass |  53  |  0-1  | 0 = Bypass ; 1 = On |
 +| Preset |  54  |  0-127  | 0 = Preset #1 ; 1 = Preset #2... |
  
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 ===== - List of Microphones ===== ===== - List of Microphones =====
 +
 +This is the list of microphones provided with the virtual cabinets found in the memory of your Torpedo Live. If you buy other cabinets from the [[https://​store.two-notes.com/​en|Two notes Store]], you will find other microphones (more than a hundred models), depending on the selection made by the Capture Master who created the virtual cabinet.
  
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