There is a digital screen in Dynacord mixers that uses the following:
- Show settings
- Set Effects (Fx)
- Save Effects (Fx Save)
- USB output
- Determination of the graphic equalizer
- Adjusting the output power (Watts)
- Apply the Tap button
- Settings for “Midi”
- Screen settings
Adjustment of all features and capabilities of the screen is done with five buttons and a rotating screw.
Although the digital screen is rarely seen in the Dynacord mixer, it is one of the most useful elements.
If the digital screen is not present in the Dynacord mixer or is damaged for any reason, the effect cannot be applied practically.
Four buttons below the screen
Below the screen there are 4 buttons, the capacity of each of which is written in each menu below the screen.
These four buttons are used to change the default effects, save the new effect, and some other settings.
In all sections of the menu, the first button on the right is used to cancel (Esc) the settings you have made.
And the second button from the right is for exiting (Back) from any page of the menu.
On some menu and setting pages, the use of these two buttons is different.
On such pages, the device itself writes the application of each of these buttons below the screen (above each button).
This count is only for the four buttons below the screen and the Tap button is separate.
To access the device menu, press the rotary button next to the (Parameter) screen once.
Of course, you can only enter the device menu after turning on the device.
Before entering the Menu section, a screen appears where you can select the preset effects.
Dynacord mixers can apply two different effects at the same time.
Each effect that exists on Dynacord devices or that you store has a number (effect number) and a short description (name).
Both of the four buttons I described above for changing an effect type are device effects.
You can use both buttons to change the number of effects of the “Fx1” and “Fx2” sections.
That is, increase or decrease the numbers to achieve the desired effect.
Effect mode page
After you turn on your device and see the device manufacturer logo, a page will appear for you.
This page is called the Effect Mode page.
On this page you can see some information.
On this page you can select the preset effects.
Each selected effect is applied to the “Fx1” and “Fx2” effect lines.
In the figure below you can see the items of the Effects page (Effect Mode).
- This indicator to protect the speakers. This indicator shows the output power of the device. If the device is more powerful than the speakers, the bands may be damaged.
- Shows the “LPN” optimizer selection mode.
- This item shows the USB output peak.
- This indicator shows the “Midi” output.
- This indicator shows the “Fx2” effect pattern.
- This meter shows the number of the “Fx2” effect.
- This section contains a description of the “Fx2” effect.
- This index is used to increase the number of the “Fx2” effect.
- This item indicates the type of effect.
- This indicator is used to reduce the number of the “Fx2” effect.
- This indicator is used to increase the number of the “Fx1” effect.
- Indicates the type of effect.
- This indicator is used to reduce the number of the “Fx1” effect.
- The description shows the value of the “Fx1” effect.
- This meter shows the number of the “Fx1” effect.
- This indicator shows the “Fx1” effect pattern.
Well, this is the first page you will see after turning on the device.
As I explained, there is a digital volume button next to the screen.
You can access the main menu of the Dynacord device by pressing it once.
Well, you will need this menu to enter any of the digital settings of the device.
After entering the menu, you will be able to switch between menu options by turning the volume key on the side of the screen.
You can access any menu item by pressing the volume key again.
After entering the device menu, the first and second options from the top of the menu include “Edit Fx 1” and “Edit Fx 2”.
As the name suggests, these two options are used to change the effects of the device (Fx1 / Fx2).
You will not be able to change the effect type in this menu.
Only the parameters of the desired effect can be edited in this section.
Dynacord devices have different types of effects (Fx) by default.
You will not be able to create a new type of effect on these devices.
And you can only use the default effects of the device and achieve the desired effect by changing the parameters of each effect.
On the first screen you will encounter after turning on the device, you will be able to see the effects stored on the device.
To do this, simply increase or decrease the number of effects on the device using the four buttons below the screen.
The type of each effect you use with the four buttons on the effect lines “Fx1” and “Fx2” is written above the effect number.
The most commonly used effects include the following:
Mono delay effect Stereo delay effect Ping pong effect
One of the most important uses of a digital screen in a Dynacord mixer is to help you adjust the effects.
First of all, let me say that in each parliament the tastes of the reader and the listener are different from the other parliament.
You can’t have the same effect that you throw at a wedding party for a fan or at a radio job.
In my opinion, the effect you give to the sound depends on what your definition of the right effect is.
I intend to define the basis of your work in each of the works.
For example, in our eulogy, there are different types of styles such as passion, background, lament, sanctuary, dodameh, unity and …
The shrine is recited very slowly.
After the roza, the eulogy comes into play gradually, which is a little faster. (In some cases, it is sung in place of the background, which is sharper than the background.)
Among the styles of praise, passion and attack have the most acute rhythm.
The basis of my work in the style of lament, roza, dudmeh is to adjust the effect so that the last word is repeated once after the sentence is completed.
And in contextual and unitary styles, I try to repeat the last words after the conversation.
I have said all this to get to this point: the effects are not one when you reach one number.
The web is the best kind of effect anywhere.
In radio and television work, they apply much less effect on sound because the radio and television audience is not always young.
Usually in meetings where the majority of the population is younger, you should increase the volume of effects and bass.
Slightly older people usually don’t like bass sounds very much and prefer high-pitched sounds.
Also, slightly reduce the effect sound in crowded meetings.
Adjust the effects
I myself have seen several methods that people use to adjust the effect.
For example, some adjust the effect by the multiplication distance of the sound.
Others keep their effects and numbers.
I store the effects by myself and adjust the exact number after listening to the effect.
So I use multiplication to see if the effect I have set is correct.
I think 90% of setting and learning effects is experimental and I can only teach you up to 10 things I know.
Well, let’s go to setting the effect, first of all you should know that each effect contains a set of parameters.
You need to know what each parameter sets or what you can do with each parameter.
What you are reading here is for Dynacord devices only.
In digital mixers you may encounter more complex parameters and settings.
Delay is the distance between each effect and the next effect.
Older mixers can also use Speed names to specify this parameter.
Delay is the most important parameter in my opinion when setting the effect.
If you enter the wrong amount of feedback, you can compensate to a large extent by changing the Fx level or effects feeders.
But if you set the delay amount incorrectly, there is no way to compensate for it.
Note that I am not saying that the feedback parameter is not important, I am saying that the daily setting is more important than the feedback setting and other parameters.
If you want to change the effect quickly, remember to change the Delay first.
In my opinion, the feedback parameter is a completely experimental thing.
Feedback expresses the percentage of the original sound which is then repeated with a delay interval.
In general, the greater the feedback, the more repetitive the effect sound after the original sound.
If the feedback reaches zero (0%), zero percent of the original sound is repeated, so it makes sense that you won’t have any effect.
On Dynacord devices, you don’t have the option to increase the feedback rate to 100%.
Just to inform you, if the feedback reaches 100%, the effect sound will never be cut off.
This means that if I say a word, the effect is the same word with the same volume.
In other words, the effect never ends and repeats itself constantly.
In some audio editing software, you have the option to increase the feedback rate by more than 100%.
For example, if your feedback rate is 150%, the effect sound will be 50% louder than the original sound.
Also, the next sound is 50% of the previous sound, which is twice the original sound.
This means that not only does the sound of the effect not stop and continue, but the sound increases every moment.
Well, increasing the volume can distort the sound.
I myself have never tried to increase the sonic feedback rate by more than 50%.
As the name suggests, this parameter can cut a certain amount of Lo sound.
Let me remind you that the sounds are the same low frequency sounds that make up the bass sounds.
Keep in mind that the positions you apply in this section only affect your effect.
I always set the Low Cut to 50 Hz, and increase it if necessary.
For example, if I see that letters like “P” are very low in sound, I turn up the volume.
The lower the Low Cut, the more frequencies the device filters from the bass section.
Consequently, the lower the cut, the more bass will be lost.
High Cut does the same thing as Low Cut.
The only difference with Low Cut is that Locat filters out the low frequencies but Cut Cut filters out the high frequencies.
Again, high frequencies include high-pitched and high-pitched sounds.
I have always set the High Cut to 16,000Hz or 16kHz and reduce it if necessary.
If you see that the volume is too loud, you can reduce the High Cut a bit.
The point here is that the High Cut and Low Cut you set up here are for sound effects only.
This means that if I reduce the High Cut, the sharpness of the original sound will not decrease.
The only thing that happens here is that the sharpness of the sound effect that repeats after the main sound decreases.
Set mono delay
I emphasize once again that the setting of the effect is up to you and what I am presenting here is just my personal experience.
Mono Delay is the simplest effect in my opinion.
In this case, the sound of the left and right bands and the effect applied to them are exactly the same.
This effect is very useful in delegations for reciting the Koran and mentioning the background of the main sound.
Adjusting the Mono Delay effect is a very experimental thing in my opinion.
And the more I think, the more I come to the conclusion that it is difficult to explain in writing.
The Quran effect applies to sound in mono, or at least I haven’t seen it applied in stereo to sound.
The following numbers can help you adjust the Mono effect in your praise styles:
|Row||Praise style||Minimum Delay||Maximum Delay||Feedback rate|
Set stereo effect (Stereo Delay)
Usually, to set the stereo effect, select 50 of the saved effects and work with them.
Well, since I’ve explained the effect parameters above, I won’t fully explain them.
Delay: the distance between each effect and the next effect Feedback: determines the amount of repetition of the sound Low Cut: filter to reduce bass effects High Cut: a filter for sharp effects
First, as I explained above, the basis of my effect is to repeat the last word once after the main sound.
In stereo Delay, the individual effects always go on one line and the effects are also transferred to the other line.
For example, when I say a word, the first effect of my word goes to the right bands with less sound than the original sound.
And the next effect of my word goes to the left bands with a lower sound than the first effect.
In stereo effects, I try not to increase the feedback by more than 30 and usually set it between 17 and 25.
Adjust the stereo effect in the praise
Well, to distinguish the eulogy effect from the empirical discussion of my work, I have memorized a series of numbers that help me adjust the effect correctly.
|Row||Praise style||Minimum Delay||Maximum Delay||Feedback rate|
The faster the fan or singer sings and the faster the pace or style, the less you have to delay.
And the slower the singer or singer sings and the slower the rhythm or style, the more you need to increase the Delay.
The less delay, the more feedback you need to make the effect feel.
If not, the effect is too dry or it may be difficult to hear at high volumes.
Be careful not to increase the feedback too much as it may cause the effect sound to turn off.
So it may also be difficult for you to adjust the volume and not notice the effect.
In the background and passion styles, if Zakir starts mentioning, you should increase the lead vocal feedback to be audible.
If not, the original sound effect is difficult to hear and it seems that the original sound has no effect.
This is if you played the Zakir sound according to lines 8 and 9 of the previous table.
Any effect that has been changed and removed from the default setting is considered a modified or edited effect.
If you return to the Effect Mode page, you will see the letter “E” next to the number of the effect you have edited.
This stands for Edit, which indicates that this effect is not predefined.
Once you have edited the desired effect and achieved the desired effect, you can save it in the same effect edit page.
All you have to do is press the first button on the left, from the series of buttons below the screen.
If you notice, the word “Save” is written at the top of this button.
After pressing this button, set an effect number for the edited effect and a description for it.
Saving is a very basic and simple effect, so I don’t need to explain it.
If you have any questions about saving or changing the effect, you can ask your question in the comments section.
The parameters I described above are only for setting the Mono Delay and Stereo Delay effects.
In my opinion, these two effects are the most used effects.
You may need to know other parameters to adjust other effects.
I do not intend to comment on these parameters at this time because I do not think it would be useful to explain them.
Some examples of these parameters include “Predelay”, “Reverb Decay” and “Liveliness”.
Tap the button
Next to the digital screen in the Dynacord mixer is a button called Tap.
Some mixers have one or more Tap buttons.
Using a tap allows the recorder to adjust the Delay of the effect by multiplying the sound.
By pressing this button twice, the time interval between these two presses of this switch determines the delay time.
I suggest you try to use this function less in Dynacord mixers.
Because I couldn’t get the Delay switch right after a test or two.
This is because my hands and brain have delays which, although small, are not without effect on the sound of the effect.
Especially in the stereo delay effect, 5ms (milliseconds) are also important to me.
There is a light at the top of the Tap button that indicates taps of the Tap button.
This light helps you find out if you have adjusted the dial to the rhythm of the sound after applying this button.
Apply the Tap button
In the main menu of the Dynacord mixer digital screen there is an option called “Fx Control Setup”.
The “TAP Button Ctrl” option allows you to specify which effect the Tap button is applied to.
You can set this value to “Fx2”, “FX1” or both (FX 1 + 2).
This means that the applied Tap button will be applied to any effect.
Fx control configuration menu
Since I’ve explained the Tap button, I’ll give you a brief explanation of the other sections of this menu.
This menu is for general device effect settings.
Footswitch Ctrl: This item is used to apply the footswitch device to the effects of the device. FX1 Start Preset: The number in front of this element indicates with which number the FX1 starts after the device is turned on. FX2 Start Preset: The number in front of this item indicates which number the FX2 starts with after the device is turned on. FX1 MIDI Channel: When turned on, the MIDI jack on the back of the device's power supply is used to output effect one. FX2 MIDI Channel: When turned on, the MIDI jack on the back of the device's power supply is used to output effect one. MIDI PrgCh count: MID jack control valve for effector byte
USB output settings
After entering the main menu, selecting the “USB Record Routing” option, you can access the USB output settings (USB).
If you pay attention, there is a socket called “Digital Audio Interface” above the Dynacord mixers.
This socket is a USB 2.0 socket.
With this socket you can connect your Dynacord device to your computer or laboratory.
This will give you the ability to output Dynacord audio over USB.
In other words, you can use this feature to record audio.
You need a “Digital Audio” interface to record audio through this output.
On the “USB Record Routing” page, you have two choices or, in other words, you can output audio in two ways.
In Live mode you will have two audio channels in the audio output.
One master output channel (Master L + R) and one Iux output (Aux 1 + 2).
Note that the document record output (REC Send) is controlled by a black volume.
Here, too, the output of the Master in “Digital Audio” can be controlled via the same volume.
In this case you will also have an Iux output channel (Aux 1 + 2) controllable by Iux power supplies.
Studio mode is used for four-channel recording.
In this case you will have the following 4 output channels:
Mon1 Mon2 Aux1 Aux2
As I explained above, the sound of the Iux output channels (Aux 1 + 2) can be controlled via Iux power supplies.
And it is logical and obvious that the sound of the Mon channels can also be controlled through lunar power supplies which are blue.
Record the prerequisites via USB
Well, it makes sense that you need a “Digital Audio” interface to record via the USB output.
You also need a computer system or laboratory.
Dynacord mixers have a driver, which means you need to install the device driver on your computer before you can start recording.
Installing the Dynacord drivers is as simple as installing the software and I see no reason to explain it.
If you have any problems installing the drivers, you can report the problem via the comments section.
Many professional applications have the ability to record via USB input.
These include QUBIS and Adobe Addition.
Apply graphic equalization
You can adjust which output the graphic equalizer applies to via the digital screen in the Dynacord mixer.
To do this, you need to access the “Equalizer Routing” page via the main menu.
On this page you can apply the graphic equalizer to Master, Mon 1, Mon 2 or both.
Note that if you apply the graphic equalizer to the moon, this equalizer will no longer be applied to the master master.
In this case, the main master’s output will be the same as master B without equalization.
Next to the digital screen in the Dynacord mixer there is a volume button with which you can change the applied equalizer.
Internet Settings (LPN)
Another application of the digital display in the Dynacord mixer is the LPN settings.
The LPN voice is used to modify and optimize the bass sound.
In fact, as far as I know, this option works for subwoofers.
You can increase or decrease the bass volume by adjusting the LPN settings.
To access the LPN settings, you need to select the “LPN Processing” option after entering the main menu of the device.
In this menu, there are three options that are used to control the bass sound:
High: This option is recommended for small to medium sized woofers. (Wafers with sizes of 15, 12, 8 inches) Medium: This option is recommended for large woofers with a wide Hz range. (12 '' and 15 '' size wafers) Flat: If you select the Flat option, you have effectively disabled the LPN filter.
One thing to note here is that the “CMS” versions of the Dynacord mixers do not have this feature.
Digital Settings (LPN) – Digital display in the Dynacord mixer
Output power settings
Another application of the digital display in the Dynacord mixer is to adjust the output power of the device.
Use this part of the device to match the output power (device output power) with the band (speakers).
You can limit the maximum output power of the device via this section and not allow the output power to exceed a certain value.
If the output power of the device exceeds the power of the bands, this could damage the bands.
To access this section, you need to select the “Speaker Protection” option from the device menu.
To choose the right option, you first need to figure out how many watts your bands are and how much power they have.
Their power level is usually written on the back of the bands.
Try setting the maximum output power of the device a little more than the power of the bands.
For example, if your bands are 350 watts (W), you can set the device’s maximum power to 400 watts.
If “Power Control Off” is selected, the output power of the 4 ohm device will be 1000 watts per output.
One thing that is very obvious here is that device power is only available in PowerMit mixers.
This feature is not available in the “CMS” versions of Dynacord mixers.
You have a number of digital display settings in the Dynacord mixer that help you enable a number of settings.
In the device menu there is an option called “Device Configuration” which includes the following settings:
As the name suggests, it refers to the brightness of the screen.
You can adjust the brightness of the mixer screen via this option.
Screen brightness can be applied as a percentage.
It is a screensaver and turns on or off after the specified interval.
When the device is switched on, a text is displayed under the Dinacord logo.
By default, this text is set to the name “Dynacord”, which is the name of the device manufacturer.
You can edit this post with this option.
Dynacord devices have a guide.
Enabling this option activates the device guide.
Play USB on 2 tracks
Since I have fully explained Rajab 2Track in previous articles, I don’t see the need to repeat it.
All you need to know is that by activating this option, you can have an input to the device via USB.
When this option is enabled, you can play audio on 1-2 and 3-4 USB lines via a lab or computer.
Reset to factory settings
I don’t think anyone is familiar with using this option, this option is for restoring the device to factory settings.
If the device is formatted, all effects and device parameters will revert to their default state.
This option will show you the specifications of the device.
Through this option you can see all the information of the device.
- If there is a problem with the content on the digital page in the Dynacord mixer, please let us know in the comments section.
- A table of mono effects and effect numbers for praise styles has been added.
- Some stereo effect numbers have been changed.
- Added Quran effects to the mono effects table.