MARSHALL CODE 25 MODELING CHITARRA AMPLIFICATORE MULTIEFFETTO

MARSHALL CODE 25. 

AMPLIFICATORE PER CHITARRA CON EFFETTI . 

CON IL SOFTWARE MARSHALL CODE EDITOR. 

APPLICAZIONE GATEWAY PER APP STORE E ANDROID . 

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15. PRE FX
This is where you will find FX that would typically plug into a conventional amplifier
between the guitar and the amplifier’s input. These FX would typically be in pedal form,
and also known as ‘stompboxes’. The ‘stompbox’ FX in the PRE FX section are:
Compressor
Compressor affects an audio signal’s dynamic range. CODE’s compressor decreases,
or ‘compresses’, any part of your guitar sound that peaks above a certain threshold.
Any part of your guitar sound that remains below the threshold is unaffected.
Compressor can add clarity and consistency to your guitar sound whether clean or
overdriven. Compressor’s editable parameters are:
‘STOMPBOX’ FX
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PARAMETER VALUE RANGE DESCRIPTION
Tone 0 - 10 Adjusts the Compressor’s higher and lower
frequencies.
Ratio 0 - 10 Controls how much Compression is applied to a signal
above the threshold.
Compression 0 - 10 Adjusts the point at which Compression is applied to
the signal.
Level 0 - 10 Controls the overall volume level of the Compressor.
Distortion
CODE’s stompbox Distortion’s three Modes simulate solid-state Distortion and
Overdrive FX pedals. GUV Mode is a Marshall Guv’nor™ with Drive and Tone
controls. ODR & DIS Modes provide flavours of classic overdrive and distortion
stompboxes. Stompbox Distortion is particularly effective when used with classic
and vintage MST preamp models to provide more drive and sustain. Distortion’s
editable parameters are:
PARAMETER VALUE RANGE DESCRIPTION
Mode GUV, ODR & DIS Marshall Guv’nor, Classic OD pedal
& Classic Distortion pedal.
Drive 0 - 10 Controls the amount of Overdrive or Distortion
applied to the signal.
Tone 0 - 10 Adjusts the amount of upper mid and higher frequency
content in the Overdrive or Distortion before the
signal reaches the amplifier panel tone controls.
Level 0 - 10 Controls Distortion’s overall volume level.

 

Auto Wah
Auto Wah is a dynamic filter, similar to a Wah Wah pedal. A Wah Wah pedal has a
‘rocker’ footplate to control the frequency at which the filter operates. Auto Wah has
no ‘rocker’ footplate, so in ENV Mode the rocker automation responds to input level.
In LFO Mode the rocker motion is fully automated. Auto Wah’s editable parameters
 

 

Pitch Shifter

Pitch Shifter generates chromatic harmonies with the ability to fine tune. This

enables you to pitch up or down to produce octaves or 3rd, 4th or 5th harmonies.

Pitch Shifter can also produce more discordant, quirkier sounds. Pitch Shifter’s

editable parameters 

 

16. AMP
AMP is short for preamp. MST modelling faithfully recreates classic and modern Marshall
valve tones as well as other famous valve amp tones. Each AMP model creates an authentic
preamp setting. The MST preamp models are classified into three groups: Clean, Crunch &
Overdrive.
Your CODE amplifier’s MST preamp models are:

 

CHORUS

PARAMETER VALUE RANGE DESCRIPTION
Mode CLS & VIB Classic Chorus & Vibrato.
Speed 0 - 10 Controls the rate of the Chorus or Vibrato effect.
Depth 0 - 10 Adjusts the depth of the Chorus or Vibrato effect.
Tone 0 - 10 Boosts or cuts high & low frequency content in the
sound.
Flanger
Flanger can produce Chorus-like sounds, but is more vivid and is harmonically more
complex. It can create weird and wonderful sonic textures, like ‘jet plane’ Doppler FX
and resonant metallic whooshes. Flanger’s editable parameters are:
PARAMETER VALUE RANGE DESCRIPTION
Mode JET & MET Jet Flanger & Metallic Flanger.
Speed 0 - 10 Controls the rate of the Flanger effect.
Depth 0 - 10 Adjusts the depth of the Flanger effect.
Regeneration 0 - 10 Adjusts the amount of signal that is fed back to the
effect input, which makes the Flanger effect sharper.
PARAMETER VALUE RANGE DESCRIPTION
Mode CLS & VBE Classic Phaser & Vibe.
Speed 0 - 10 Controls the rate of the Phaser or Vibe effect.
Depth 0 - 10 Adjusts the depth of the Phaser or Vibe effect.
Regeneration 0 - 10 Adjusts the amount of signal that is fed back to the
effect input, which makes the Phaser effect sharper

 

TREMOLO

 

DELAY

 

REVERSE

 

TAP TEMPO

 

RIVERVERO 

 

 

 

ACCORDATORE

 

 

 

 

 

 

2. INPUT
Use this jack socket to connect your
guitar to the amplifier. Use a good quality
screened/shielded guitar cable to help
prevent noise interference.
3. GAIN
Controls the amount of Gain introduced to
a Preset. The higher the Gain, the harder
the preamp is driven.
4. BASS
Turning the BASS control will adjust the
warmth and low-end depth of your sound.
5. MIDDLE
Adjusting the MIDDLE control will vary the
amount of body in your sound by boosting
or cutting midrange frequencies.
6. TREBLE
Increasing the TREBLE will make your
sound brighter and more cutting. Turning
the TREBLE down will decrease tonal edge
and make the sound softer.
7. VOLUME
Controls the volume level within a selected
Preset (#8 in this manual).
 Because GAIN, BASS, MIDDLE, TREBLE
 & VOLUME are stored as part of a Preset,
these panel tone controls only become active
when they are used. This means that until
they are turned their position is not related to
their setting within a Preset. When you turn
a tone control it becomes active. The display
screen will show its current setting and the
stored setting.
 When a GAIN, BASS, MIDDLE, TREBLE
 or VOLUME control is activated the
EXIT/STORE LED will flash red to show that
the Preset’s stored settings have changed.

 

 

PRESETS 100

WATTAGE 25W

INPUTS 1

CONTROLS BASS, MIDDLE, TREBLE, GAIN, VOLUME, PRE FX, AMP, MOD, DEL, REV, POWER, CAB

PRE AMP MODELS 14

POWER AMP MODELS 4

SPEAKER CABINET MODELS 8

FX 24 (5 SIMULTANEOUSLY)

 

Fully programmable, CODE combines authentic modelling of classic and contemporary Marshall tones with professional quality FX. CODE preamp, power amp and speaker cabinet models have been developed in collaboration with audio software pioneers Softube to create Marshall-Softube (MST) modelling, highly accurate recreations of classic and contemporary Marshall products and more.
CODE has 14 MST preamps, 4 MST power amps and 8 MST speaker cabinets. It has 24 FX including: Compressor, classic stompbox Distortions, Auto Wah, Pitch Shifter, Chorus, Phaser, Flanger and Tremolo. It includes Delays with Tap Tempo, and studio quality Reverbs. CODE’s MST preamps produce some of the most acclaimed and best loved Marshall tones: JTM45 2245, 1962 Bluesbreaker, 1959SLP Plexi, JCM800 2203, JCM2555 Silver Jubilee, JCM2000 DSL100, JVM410H and more. CODE features EL34, 5881, EL84 & 6L6 MST power amps, and MST speaker cabinet models: 1960, 1960V, 1960AX, 1960HW, 1936, 1936V, 1912 & 1974X. CODE25 is loaded with a custom 10″ speaker.
Connect via Bluetooth to control CODE and to stream music from your iOS or Android device using the Gateway App. Connect via USB to use CODE as a DAW interface to record, and to stream audio from you computer. Connect your MP3 player via CODE’s dedicated audio input to jam along with your favourite tracks or plug headphones in for a personal CODE experience. Connect CODE’s programmable footcontroller* to assign up to 30 Presets or control panel functions. *(PEDL-91009 – sold separately). 

 

GATEWAY: THE POWER OF MARSHALL IN THE PALM OF YOUR HAND.
Through Gateway discover the connected world of CODE. Gateway enables you to connect with and control your CODE amplifier, connect with other CODE users and stream audio via Bluetooth® using your iOS or Android device.

Use Gateway to control CODE's Bass, Middle, Treble, Gain and Volume settings, as well as activate and deactivate CODE's Section Switches. You can swipe through CODE's 100 user editable Presets, edit settings and store your personalised Presets straight to CODE's memory. Gateway is intuitively laid out, making controlling and editing CODE more convenient than using the amplifier's panel controls and smaller panel screen. You can easily select CODE's MST preamps, MST power amps, MST Speaker cabinets and professional quality FX, quickly and effortlessly dialling in your own personal settings.

Create up to one hundred personal Presets which can be stored in Gateway's Library and uploaded onto a friend's CODE amp, so you can swap and share your sounds. Stream audio from your device through CODE's speaker(s) using Gateway and jam along with tracks. Plug headphones in for 'silent' practice. The Marshall Gateway App is available now from iTunes or Google Play.  

 

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1. USB

Connect via USB to use CODE as a DAW interface, to play tracks from your music library,

to get firmware updates and control via MIDI..

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To record with CODE using your DAW:

• Connect to your computer via USB.

• Select your CODE amplifier as the input

 source on your computer and within

 your DAW.

To stream audio from your computer

through CODE:

• Connect to your computer via USB.

• Select your CODE amplifier as your

 computer’s output source.

• Use the MASTER control to adjust the

 volume level (#9 in this manual).

To get CODE firmware updates:

http://my.marshall.com/Downloads

Follow this link to quickly and easily keep

your CODE amplifier’s firmware up to date.

MIDI data:

• Your CODE amplifier can also send and

 receive MIDI data related to the front

 panel controls via the USB

 

2. INPUT
Use this jack socket to connect your
guitar to the amplifier. Use a good quality
screened/shielded guitar cable to help
prevent noise interference.
3. GAIN
Controls the amount of Gain introduced to
a Preset. The higher the Gain, the harder
the preamp is driven.
4. BASS
Turning the BASS control will adjust the
warmth and low-end depth of your sound.
5. MIDDLE
Adjusting the MIDDLE control will vary the
amount of body in your sound by boosting
or cutting midrange frequencies.
6. TREBLE
Increasing the TREBLE will make your
sound brighter and more cutting. Turning
the TREBLE down will decrease tonal edge
and make the sound softer.

 

7. VOLUME
Controls the volume level within a selected
Preset (#8 in this manual).
 Because GAIN, BASS, MIDDLE, TREBLE
 & VOLUME are stored as part of a Preset,
these panel tone controls only become active
when they are used. This means that until
they are turned their position is not related to
their setting within a Preset. When you turn
a tone control it becomes active. The display
screen will show its current setting and the
stored setting.
 When a GAIN, BASS, MIDDLE, TREBLE
 or VOLUME control is activated the
EXIT/STORE LED will flash red to show that
the Preset’s stored settings have changed.

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