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1. vhot |s bx_o|g|to| v2? G
2. vhot |s M,3 teohno|ogy? G
3. vhot |s M,3 gooo tor |n Moster|ng? 4
4. But whot´s so new obout v2 then? 4
5. |eotures ot the bx_o|g|to| v2. 4
6. ¬ow oo | get storteo w|th bx_o|g|to| v2 E
7. 0verv|ew ono |eto||s V
7.1. cU3eot|on M [Mono] or | [|ett], oepeno|ng on the se|eoteo mooe V
7.2. New '3|x|oo|¨ Moster 3eot|on V
7.3. 1he Bro|nworx |ogos |n the SU| E
7.4. 1he Moous |nob E
7.5. ^uto ||sten, 3o|o, ^uto 3o|o, Lhonne| swop, ||n|eo teotures, cU ott E
7.6. cU3eot|on | [||ght] or 3 [3tereo,3s|gno|] ^O
7.7. v|noow sw|toh ^O
7.B. 8 7.9. |c|s tor the |,| or M,3 seot|ons ^O
7.10. 8 7.11. Boss 3h|tt ^O
7.12. 8 7.13. |resenoe 3h|tt ^^
7.14. 8 7.15. |ecsser |,| or M,3 ^^
7.16. Mono Mo|er ^^
7.17. 8 7.1B cU|one|s ^G
Mouse vhee| Lontro|. ^G
7.19. |c|s,mu|t|p|e |eve|s [|,| 8 M,3] ^G
7.20. Lorre|ot|on 8 Bo|onoe Meters ^G
7.21. Byposs ^G
7.22. Unoo,|eoo [32 steps] ^G
7.23. 3ett|ngs [^,B,L,|] ^G
7.24. Monuo| 8 ¬e|p ^G
7.25. Bro|nworx |eybooro shortouts ^4
B. 1roub|eshoot|ng ^4
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º. What ìs bx_dìgìtaI VE?
bx_o|g|to| v2 |s o |otenoytree 11bono stereo cU ono stereo
|ecsser thot wor|s |n severo| mooes, omong them 2
soph|st|ooteo M,3 mooes tor moster|ng ono m|orophone reooro|ngs.
|t |s boseo upon the 'mooern o|oss|o¨ bx_o|g|to| v1 ono the ono|og bx1 cU. ve
oeve|opeo th|s h|eno ono|ogue cU 2006,2007 ono we ottereo on emu|ot|on ot
th|s cU ever s|noe.
1he horowore bx1 |s our ,M0|U3 cU', on ono|ogue h|gh o|oss equo||zer thot runs
|n tour o|tterent mooes, g|v|ng you up to three ohonne|s ot extreme|y mus|oo| t||ters.
· o oonvent|ono| |[ett] ono |[|ght] stereo mooe tor ony stereo,ouo| mono
· o stereo mooe w|th o bu||t|n M,3motr|x, mo|n|y useo tor stereo moster|ng
· o 3ohonne| mooe [one stereo ||U3 one mono ohonne|] tor surrouno
moster|ng 8 reooro|ng stuo|os purposes.
· on M,3|eooro|ngmooe thot w||| use two |no|v|ouo| m|orophones|gno|s
[M83s|gno|s] teo |nto the bx1 to oreote o h|gh|y mono oompot|b|e stereo
s|gno|, mo|n|y useo tor orohestro| reooro|ngs, oho|rs or tor reooro|ng ooooust|o
|nstruments |n genero|.
1he horowore bx2 |s on ,|moge 3h|tter' ono |ecsser thot oon wor| |n M,3
mooe os we|| ono theretore |s the perteot extens|on to our bx1 when |t oomes to
moster|ng stereo s|gno|s. |t o|so |no|uoes o ,MonoMo|er' thot o||ows you to mono
the boss trequeno|es ot your m|x trom 20 ¬z up to 22 |¬z to mo|e sure your
bossseot|on |s ,t|ght' ono oompot|b|e tor v|ny|press|ngs.
1he bx_o|g|to| v1 wos on exoot emu|ot|on ot both un|ts´ teotures, our stoteotthe
ort equo||zer bx1 ono |ts expons|on un|t bx2, w|th on|y one mooe ot the horowore
[the 3ohonne|smooe] not wor||ng [tor ouo|o host stonooro reosons]. 1ogether
these two un|ts ore the perteot oho|oe |t you ore |oo||ng tor on extreme|y mus|oo|
ono tosty woy ot eq|ng ono oeess|ng stereo s|gno|s [m|xes], most |||e|y |n o
moster|ng prooess, or |t you ore |nto m|x|ng ono sounooes|gn os we|| os reooro|ng
w|th M,3m|orophoneteohn|que.
bx_o|g|to| v2 now otters ooo|t|ono| teotures thot ne|ther the or|g|no| bx1 ono|og cU
nor the v1 p|ug|n ottereo.
t |eto||s. see ohopter 5.

E. What ìs m/S technoIogy?
Most eng|neers who ore reooro|ng mus|o |now obout the M,3 m|orophone
teohn|que [two o|tterent m|orophones tor stereo reooro|ngs on 0MN| or L^|||0||
m|orophone tor the M [m|o] s|gno| ono o '||SU|c0|B m|orophone¨ tor the 3 [s|oe]
|eooro|ng o s|gno| w|th M,3 m|orophone teohn|que meons to oreote o stereo
[|,|] s|gno| by m|x|ng the M ono the 3 s|gno|s together |n o speo|o| woy thot w|||
resu|t |n o very monooompot|b|e stereo s|gno|. 1o reooro |n M,3 you hove to teeo
the Ms|gno| to the |ett ono ||ght ohonne| ot your m|x ono the 33|gno| w||| be teo
phoseoorreot to the |ett ohonne| ono phosereverseo to the ||ght ohonne|. 1h|s
meons you w||| hove to sp||t the 3s|gno| ono use o toto| ot 3 ohonne|s tor on|y 2
m|orophones thot w||| be m|xeo together to oreote o oonvent|ono| stereos|gno|.
Uu|te oontus|ng?
ve||, bx_o|g|to| v2 ooes o|| thot wor| tor you, ,ust teeo |t w|th the seporote M ono
3 m|orophone s|gno|s ono sw|toh |t to M,3 |eooro|ng.
|or ooo|t|ono| oeto||s obout th|s teohn|que you moy hove o |oo| |nto ony oeoent
ouo|o boo|. ||eose oo so |t you wont to |eorn more obout th|s methoo to oreote
very monooompot|b|e stereos|gno|s, e.g. when reooro|ng o|oss|oo| mus|o, orums,
oho|rs or oooust|o |nstruments |n genero|.
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8. What ìs m/S good for ìn masterìng?
ve||, |t moy souno s|mp|e, but the bx_o|g|to| v2 hos o bu||t|n M,3 motr|x thot w|||
seporote ony stereo s|gno| |nto |ts mono sum ono the stereo o|tterenoe s|gno|s.
1hus you ore ob|e to seporote|y oontro| these two s|gno|s wh|oh oon be very usetu|
when you wor| on o stereo m|x thot hos oerto|n ,prob|ems' or |t you s|mp|y wont
to enhonoe oerto|n e|ements |n the m|x.
cver tr|eo to out h|gh trequeno|es ot o m|x to reouoe the ,ess|ng' ot the |eoo vooo|s
ono ot the some t|me boost h|gh trequeno|es ot your hormony |nstruments [gu|tors,
|eybooros, p|onos, eto. most |||e|y reooroeo or m|xeo |n stereo]?
v|th bx_o|g|to| v2 ono |ts M,3 mooes you oon oo exoot|y thot.
4. But what´s so new about VE then?
||rst ot o||, o|| the greot th|ngs obout bx_o|g|to| ore st||| |n v2, we hove not sorteo
out onyth|ng. M,3 mooes, 3o|o 3 ono 3o|o M eto. ore st||| on booro.
1hen we hove oooeo teotures trom both, the 1|M vers|on ot bx_o|g|to| [7bonos,
^uto 3o|o Mooe, eto.], ono trom bx_hybr|o os we|| [^uto ||sten Mooe].
^oo o|| new ono |mproveo ouo|o t||ters [cU bonos] ono you hove o S|c^1 stereo
cU|ng |n M,3 w||| oouse 'non||neor¨ phoses, but most
exper|enoeo moster|ng eng|neers use th|s teohn|que |t o m|x neeos |t, ono |t useo
w|th oout|on [o greot oov|oe on most th|ngs thot ore tun.] M,3 prooess|ng oon be
o very oreot|ve ono powertu| weopon.
3|noe bx_o|g|to| v2 o|so hos o 'regu|or |,| mooe¨.
You oon´t hove to oo o|| th|s o|| the t|me. but you oon. .]
^|so, wh||e there were qu|te some M,3 too|s re|eoseo otter bx_o|g|to| v1 t|rst
oome out, one or|g|no| BX teoture |s the poss|b|||ty to 30|0 your M or 3 s|gno|,
wh|oh meons you oon ||sten to 0N|Y the M or 3 s|gno| ot your m|x ono wor| on
these two s|gno|s |no|v|ouo||y - phose oorreoteo outomot|oo||y.
'vhy |s th|s so unusuo|?¨ you m|ght os| now. ve||, o|though the 3 s|gno| |s |no|uoeo
|n o regu|or |,| stereo s|gno|, |t |s not |n phose on both ohonne|s, so we hoo to
oome up w|th on eosy woy to oorreot thot eooh t|me you wont to ||sten to your
3s|gno| so|o.
3tort by p|oy|ng some stereo m|xes through your bx_o|g|to| v2 p|ug|n ono push the
so|o button ot the 3seot|on. you w||| be omozeo ot whot you w||| heor. you w||| be
ob|e to oorreot stutt you hove never even heoro betore |n your m|xes!
1hen o|g some oeeper, try the ^uto 3o|o ono ^uto ||sten Mooes, the 3h|tter cUs,
eto. You w||| qu|o||y get the oonoept th|s woy.
5. Features of the bx_dìgìtaI VEġ
· 7bono moster|ng quo||ty cU w|th 3he|v|ng, Be|| ono |oss|||ters.
· '^uto 3o|o¨ ono '^uto ||sten¨ Mooes
· Un|que ono new '3|x|oo|¨ moster seot|on. [6 |nobs]
· |nput So|n ono Bo|onoe teotures to oo,ust |noom|ng |eve|s ono to bo|onoe out
m|xes thot ore not 100/ oentereo.
· |no|v|ouo| |^N tor M ono 3 s|gno|s [|n o|| mooes] to oontro| the output bo|onoe
w|th more preo|s|on thon ever.
· 3tereo v|oth Lontro| tor your m|x. Mo|e your m|x w|oer
w|thout on etteots prooessor by |noreos|ng the 33|gno| -
|n ^|| mooes.
· |||ter seot|on |no|uoes new |o3he|v|ng, ¬|3he|v|ng, tu||porometr|o Be|| type,
|o|oss 8 ¬||oss t||ters. ^|| 7 bonos hove been oo,usteo |n trequenoyronge
ono typese|eot|on by |nternot|ono| moster|ng eng|neers to he|p you get
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protess|ono| resu|ts tor your m|xes |nstont|y.
· 0utput So|n to oo,ust overo|| |eve|s.
· New mouse whee| oontro| [p|ooe the oursor obove ony |nob ono use the
mouse whee|.]
· 4 more cU bonos [|n the 3h|tter cUs], o oynom|o cU,|ecsser 8 more.
· |moge 3h|tters tor your boss trequeno|es ono h|gh trequeno|es. 1une your
|oeno ono h|eno ot your m|x tor o ,b|gger' overo|| souno w|th ,more o|r' ot the
some t|me ono oontro| potent|o| horsh trequeno|es |n your m|xes.
· |ecsser,oynom|o cUs. 3o|o buttons |et you ||sten to whot you out owoy
seporoteo trom the m|x.
· MonoMo|er. ^o,ust the MonoMo|er trom 20 ¬z to 22 |¬z ono your stereo
m|x w||| be Mono up to thot trequenoy by outt|ng owoy the |oweno ot the
stereoo|tterenoe ot your stereom|x ono oo,ust|ng the potent|o| |oss ot boss
trequeno|es |n the Mono3um outomot|oo||y! cver hoo prob|ems to out your
e|eotron|o mus|o m|xes w|th synthes|zer bosses to v|ny|? |o you wont to mo|e
sure your boss sounos ore t|ght on o|soo speo|ers thot m|ght be spreoo o||
over the p|ooe? 1ry the MonoMo|er.
· the bx2 wor|s |n M,3 mooes ,ust |||e the bx1, so you oon g|ve your m|xes
thot extro |oeno on gu|tors ono synths thot the pros hove w|thout gett|ng
rumb||ng on your boss orums, bosses, eto., or oeess your vo|oe very t|ght
w|thout mo||ng your who|e m|x ou||, eto.
· shows up to 11 bonos ot cU tor M ono 3 seporote|y [tor o|| bx1 ono bx2 cU
8. How do l get started wìth bx_dìgìtaI VE
ìn a typìcaI masterìng or recordìng-sessìon?
Moster|ng mus|o |s o|| obout heor|ng ob,eot|ve|y ono enhono|ng mus|oo| pertor
monoes |t poss|b|e. but |t |s [otten enough] obout oorreot|ng m|sto|es thot hove
been mooe |n o m|x sess|on. 1h|s sounos bos|o, but we meon |t very ||tero||y!
ve ossume thot most |t not o|| peop|e who hove purohoseo bx_o|g|to| v2 ore
tom|||or w|th us|ng o stonooro |,|cU, so we w||| s||p the toto| bos|os ot 'how to
use on eq¨ ono go on w|th |ess oommon|nown cUteohn|ques.
|n toot |t you hove o more or |ess 'perteot¨ stereos|gno| to wor| on [e.g. o very gooo
m|x] |t m|ght be o gooo |oeo not to ohonge |t ot o|| or ot |eost not very muoh, so you
m|ght be o| w|th us|ng the 'regu|or¨ |,|mooe ot the bx_o|g|to| ono use the cUs
rother ooretu||y.
But, |et´s ossume we hove on overoge stereos|gno| [e.g. o m|x] w|th some
prob|ems thot we wont to oorreot. - |t´s ,ust. how oon you oorreot prob|ems you
oon´t even heor exoot|y?
1hot´s over now. |n the M,3moster|ngmooe bx_o|g|to| v2 oon tronstorm your
stereo m|x |nto 2 eosytooo,ust mono sums [M 8 3, or '3um 8 ||tterenoe¨], ono
the bx1 |ets you heor both seot|ons perteot|y |nphose. 1h|s woy you oon heor ony
prob|em ot your m|x very obv|ous|y ono o|so mo|e ony |mprovements to your m|x
s|mp|e but preo|se|y.
ve propose you stort wor||ng w|th bx_o|g|to| v2 |n M,3Moster|ng mooe [thot´s
the oetou|t sett|ng] by s|mp|y ||sten|ng to some ot the m|xes thot you |now very we||
or to some ot your tovor|te L|troo|s.
vh||e you oo so press the so|o buttons ot the M ono 3 seot|ons o|ternote|y to get
useo to how your m|xes souno seporoteo |nto these 2 mono sums. You w||| very
tost be ob|e to heor stutt |ns|oe your mus|o thot you m|ght wont to oorreot , oo,ust,
so why oon´t you ,ust oo |t?
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3tort cU|ng the M ono 3seot|on |no|v|ouo||y wh||e 3o|o|ng the respeot|ve seot|on
ono oon´t torget to sw|toh the 3o|obuttons ott trom t|me to t|me ono ||sten to
your oomp|ete m|x |n 'tu|| stereo souno¨ ogo|n. 1h|s woy you get o tee| tor how
your oo,ustments on the |no|v|ouo| seot|ons etteot the who|e stereo m|x! ^tter you
hove useo o tew cUbonos on your m|x oompore |t to your or|g|no| m|x by us|ng the
Byposs sw|toh ot the who|e un|t ono,or ot |no|v|ouo| cU bonos [o new teoture |n
Moster|ng |n M,3 to|es o ||tt|e t|me to get useo to |t´s ,ust reo||y o|tterent cU|ng
2 seporote monosums thon cU|ng oonvent|ono| |8|s|gno|s. But, |t´s o very
mus|oo| woy ot wor||ng, ono there |3 o reoson why some ot the top moster|ng
stuo|os |n the wor|o hove been wor||ng |||e th|s tor oges w|th oustommooe
M,3booros w|thout reo||y te|||ng onybooy.
M,3Moster|ng m|ght ,ust be the |ey tor your mus|o to souno os b|g yet st||| open
ono o|eor os proouot|ons otten reterreo to os be|ng ,B|S'. .]
Mony peop|e who hove useo the M,3mooes tor the t|rst t|me to|o us thot they
hoo the |mpress|on ot o '3||||e¨ oepth |n the|r m|xes otter prooess|ng the M ono
the 33|gno|s |no|v|ouo||y. vh||e us|ng the M,3teohn|que tor moster|ng ooes otteot
your phoses |n the stereos|gno| we oo not see th|s os o prob|em. |n M,3 mooes
o|ter|ng phoses |s oone |ntent|ono||y. 0t oourse, though, the M,3 moster|ng mooe
wor|s best |t you wont to oorreot smo|| m|sto|es |n your m|xes. tor ooo|ng or
outt|ng owoy b|g omount ot genero| boss or treb|e s|gno|s you m|ght be better ott
wor||ng |n |,|mooe.
t 1||. |t neeoeo s|mp|y use two |nstonoes ot bx_o|g|to| on your moster bus. one
|n |,| mooe, the seoono |n M,3 mooe.
0noe you ore useo to the bos|os ot M,3 you m|ght eos||y get |nto more oeto||eo
tunot|ons. try bo|ono|ng out o m|x thot |s not oentereo 100/ [most m|xes thot
oome trom on ono|ogue oes| w|th |nserteo oompressors, cUs, |n the mo|n stereo
|nsert, eto. ore not bo|onoeo 100/!] by 3o|o|ng the 3seot|on ono oo,ust|ng the
Bo|onoe So|n unt|| o|| the th|ngs thot shou|o be oentereo [|||e boss orums, snores,
|eoo vooo|s, boss, eto.] |n your m|x o|soppeor oomp|ete|y.
|t thot´s the oose you oon be sure thot your m|x |3 bo|onoeo!
Mo|e your m|x w|oer thon |t or|g|no||y wos by |noreos|ng the 3tereo v|oth w|thout
|os|ng the oenter ot your reooro|ngs! You w||| not |oose boss orum power or vooo|s
by mo||ng your m|x w|oer th|s woy. ono |t w||| not souno o|tterent p|oyeo boo| |n
mono ot o||.
0therw|se, |t you hove o orum|oop thot wos reooroeo w|th too muoh omb|enoe
sounos , reverb, ,ust get r|o ot |t by oeoreos|ng the 3tereo v|oth [|n o|| mooes!].
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7. Dvervìew and DetaìIs
bx_o|g|to| v2 3oreenshot
7.º. ED-Sectìon m Ġmono] or L ĠLeft], dependìng on the seIected mode
7 Bonos, 5 ot them w|th
S [So|n],
t [|requenoy] ono
U [Uuo||ty] pots,
p|us ¬||oss ono |o|oss t||ters
· ||. sw|tohob|e trom she|v|ng [1st oroer] to peo| v|o Upot
· |M|. peo|
· M|. peo|
· ¬M|. peo|
· ¬|. sw|tohob|e trom she|v|ng [1st oroer] to peo| v|o Upot
· |o|oss. 1st oroer
· ¬||oss. 1st oroer
||eose not|oe thot eooh cU bono oon be oot|voteo ono byposseo [on,ott] |no|v|ouo||y
by o||o||ng the |obe|eo buttons.
^ br|ght nome |no|ootes 0N.
÷ ott ÷ on
7.E. New ļSìxPack" master Sectìon
6 |nobs to oontro| genero| sett|ngs,
|noepenoent ot wh|oh mooe |s be|ng useo.
|rom |ett to ||ght [top row].
· So|n |n. |nput So|n oo,ustment tor both ohonne|s [|,| or M,3].
· So|n 0ut. 0utput So|n oo,ustment tor Moster 0ut [|,|].
· 3tereo v|oth. mo|e your m|x w|oer by |noreos|ng the 3tereo v|oth [÷boost|ng
the 3s|gno|] or oeoreose the 3tereo v|oth to reouoe omb|enoe eto. [÷reouoe
the 3s|gno|]
|rom |ett to ||ght [bottom row].
· Bo|. |,|. 't||t¨ the |moge ot your stereo souno by ohong|ng the bo|onoe ot |ett
ono ||ght s|gno|s
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· |on M. w|th th|s un|que ono new teoture you oon oenter unoentereo m|xes, or
oreote greot etteots by ponn|ng the 'oenter on|y¨ [orums, vooo|s, boss, eto.] ot
your reooro|ng to the s|oes!
t M|xes trom ono|ogue oonso|es otten hove the prob|em thot the 'theoret|oo|
oenter¨ [these ore the e|ements thot shou|o be |n the oenter, |||e |eoo vooo|s,
snores, eto.] ore s||ght|y ottox|s beoouse ot ono|ogue |nserts [oompressors,
cUs, eto.] |n the moster sum. v|th the |on M you oon eos||y oorreot th|s,
w|thout etteot|ng the stereo |ntormot|on [gu|tors, |eys, reverbs, eto.] too muoh,
ono w|thout t||t|ng the who|e stereo |moge [see Bo|. |,|]
· |on 3. t||t the stereo |ntormot|on w|thout ohong|ng the oenter seot|on ot your
m|x too roo|oo||y. M|xes w|th uneven stereo |ntormot|on [ooub|eo gu|tors thot
ore not perteot|y oentereo tor exomp|e] oon eos||y be oo,usteo.
t 1he resu|ts ot |on 3 ore muoh more subt|e thon |on M, ono we oo not
reoommeno oo|ng orost|o ohonges here.
7.8. The Braìnworx Iogos ìn the GUl
L||o| them to get oreo|t |nto, re|eose vers|ons,
7.4. The modus knob
1he Moous |nob |ets you se|eot between the 3
o|tterent 'mooes¨ the bx_o|g|to| p|ug|n oon
wor| |n.
· M,3M^31c||NSmooe. tor |no|v|ouo| prooess|ng ot the monosum ono the
stereoo|tterenoe ot ony regu|or 3tereo3|gno|.
· |,|mooe. tor oonvent|ono| |,|prooess|ng, ||n|eo or un||n|eo.
· M,3|cL0|||NSmooe. th|s mooe w||| prov|oe o 3tereo s|gno| ot the moster
output |t bx_o|g|to| |s teo w|th seporote M83m|orophone s|gno|s or ouo|o
7.5. Auto Lìsten, SoIo, Auto SoIo, ChanneI swap, Lìnked features, ED off
· ^uto 3o|o.
^uto 3o|o |s to|en trom the 1|M vers|on ot bx_o|g|to| v1, ono |s now ovo||ob|e
tor o|| vers|ons. vhen enob|eo bx_o|g|to| w||| outomot|oo||y sw|toh to 3o|o M,
3o|o | os soon os o |nob ot the |ett cU seot|on |s be|ng o||o|eo, unt|| you re|eose
the |nob ogo|n. 1he some goes tor the r|ght cU seot|on [3o|o 3,3o|o |,
oepeno|ng on the mooe bx_o|g|to| wor|s |n]. ^uto so|o o|so wor|s w|th touoh
sens|t|ve oontro||ers, suoh os o|g|oes|gn´s L24 or |oon oontro||ers.
· 3o|o M,3o|o 3 [3o|o | , 3o|o |].
1o ||sten to on|y the M or 3 s|gno| phose oorreoteo ono monoeo on both
speo|ers ,ust enob|e 3o|o M,3o|o 3. |n the |,| mooe these se|eotors beoome
3o|o |,3o|o |, ot oourse, but wor| ,ust the some woy.
· |··| [ohonne| swop, pre cU].
1h|s teoture swops |ett ono r|ght ohonne|s w|th|n bx_o|g|to| v2. ^s stereo
m|xes souno very o|tterent when ohonne|s ore swoppeo th|s oon be o oreot|ve
too| |n moster|ng sess|ons.
· ||n| |c|.
1he ||n| |c| w||| be 0N os soon os ony teoture ot bx_o|g|to| |s ||n|eo. 1h|s oon
be on cU bono, the |ecsser, or o 3h|tter.
^|so, you oon ||n|,un||n| o|| bonos ono teotures o||o||ng the ||n| |c|.
^ o||o| on ony ||n| button w||| oopy the sett|ng ot the button you o||o| to the
other s|oe.
^oo|oento||y o||o||ng the ||n| button oon oestroy your who|e cU sett|ngs - but
we hove o 32 step unoo ,reoo on booro now, so th|s won´t be o prob|em
t ||s see '22¨ [Unoo,|eoo].
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· cU on,ott.
¬ere you oon sw|toh ^|| cU bonos on or ott, th|s w||| not byposs the |ecsser,
the MonoMo|er or the 3|x|oo| moster seot|on [3tereo v|oth, eto.] though.
t |t you neeo to byposs the who|e bx_o|g|to| p|eose use the oeo|ooteo Byposs
sw|toh |n the top |ett oorner or use your ouo|o sequenoer´s p|ug|n byposs.
· ^U10 ||31cN M0|c[s].
0ne ot the new teotures ot bx_o|g|to| v2 ono o powertu| too| to se|eot proper
oenter trequeno|es |n ouo|o moter|o| thot |s horo to ,uoge [1om 1oms, vooo|s,
Boss sounos, eto.].
· 1he ^U10 ||31cN |0|U| McNU.
vhen you o||o| on the |etters next to the b|ue ^uto ||sten |c| o
popup menu w||| oppeor. |n th|s menu you moy ohoose wh|oh ^uto
3o|o ||sten|ng teotures you wont to use. 3 o|tterent tunot|ons ot eooh
cU bono oon be sw|toheo to ^uto ||sten Mooe.
t 'U t S¨ [|n|t|o| sett|ng].
v||| mo|e bx_o|g|to| v2 outo so|o o|| cU teotures eooh t|me you o||o| on e|ther
o S [So|n], t [|requenoy] or U [Uuo||ty] |nob.
t ' t ¨.
|or exomp|e w||| on|y enob|e the ^uto ||sten teotures tor the t [|requenoy]
|nobs, but not outomote S 8 U, ono so on.
1h|s outo ||sten mooe w||| boost or out the respeot|ve cU bono´s go|n to e|ther
[+12oB w|th pos|t|ve So|n sett|ngs ono 'zero¨] or [12oB w|th negot|ve So|n
sett|ngs] whenever the U |nob |s be|ng o||o|eo or touoheo [v|o o touoh sens|t|ve
oontro||er]. ^s soon os you re|eose the cU bono´s U |nob the go|n sett|ng w||| ,ump
boo| to the ootuo| S [So|n] sett|ng. L||pp|ng |s ovo|oeo outomot|oo||y.
Not|oe thot the temporor||y cU sett|ng ot the ^U10 ||31cN M0|c |s o|woys be|ng
o|sp|oyeo |n 0|^NSc oo|or wh||e the ootuo| cU bono´s go|n sett|ng |s st||| be|ng
o|sp|oyeo |n |c| oo|or.
t You ¬c^| the 0|^NSc sett|ng when you see |t.
t Mouse whee| oontro|.
Not|oe thot ohong|ng |nobs us|ng the mouse whee| [,ust p|ooe the oursor
obove ony |nob ot bx_o|g|to| v2 ono turn the whee|!] w||| not engoge the ^uto
||sten Mooe. 1h|s |s o n|oe woy to ovo|o byposs|ng the ^uto ||sten Mooe tor
smo|| ohonges thot you preter to oo w|thout th|s mooe.

vhenever bx_o|g|to| boosts ^U10 bonos to +12 oB
temporor||y the overo|| output vo|ume |s o|woys be|ng
oontro||eo ono oo,usteo |nte|||gent|y to ovo|o o||pp|ng
^uto ||sten 'U¨ w|th ^uto ||sten 'U¨ w|th
pos|t|ve go|n NcS^1|vc go|n
1h|s outo ||sten mooe w||| p|oy o very steep [norrow] ono |nverseo notoh
t||ter souno ot the ootuo| ouo|o s|gno| os |ong os you o||o| o |nob or grob
o [touoh sens|t|ve] oontro||er pot or tooer.
1h|s |ets you heor the oenter trequenoy you ore seoroh|ng tor exoot|y -
ono o|| th|s w|thout the mu|t|p|e mouse o||o|s or oontro||er moves thot
neeoeo to be oone w|thout the ^uto ||sten teoture.
t So|n up to the mox, U to o very norrow sett|ng, sweep through the trequeno|es,
reoo,ust the U, reoo,ust the go|n, eto. you |now whot we´re to|||ng obout. .]
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1h|s ^U10 ||31cN M0|c t|no||y |s pretty eosy to exp|o|n. os |ong os you o||o| o
So|n |nob [or grob o touoh sens|t|ve oontro||er pot or tooer] o|| other bonos ot thot
cU w||| be byposseo. 1h|s woy o|| you heor |s the touoheo cU bono so|oeo, w|thout
other cU bonos eventuo||y etteot|ng , over|oy|ng your cU sett|ng.
1h|s moy or moy not be wonteo, so remember. you hove the oho|oe to oot|vote or
oeoot|vote eooh ono every ^U10 teoture [U, t or S] or ony oomb|not|on ot these 3
teotures us|ng the ^uto ||sten pop up menu. [see 12 obove]
1he ^uto ||sten Mooe oon be sw|toheo ott us|ng the b|ue |c|.
7.8. ED-Sectìon R ĠRìght] or S ĠStereo/S-sìgnaI]
dependìng on the seIected mode
1he some 7bono cU seot|on os tor the |
seot|on [or respeot|ve|y the M seot|on,
oepeno|ng on the se|eoteo mooe], p|eose
oheo| '1¨.
7.7. Wìndow swìtch
You moy h|oe the groph|o cU ourves |t you wont to sove some soreen spooe
[we |now bx_o|g|to| |s not o smo|| p|ug|n.], or |t you s|mp|y preter cU|ng
w|thout see|ng the cU ourves. Just o||o| the 'orrow¨ symbo|.
7.8. & 7.8. LEDs for the L/R or m/S sectìons
ve hove |no|uoeo o o|g|to| |eve| oontro| |n bx_o|g|to| v2 thot the horowore ooes
not hove. |eo |c|s |no|oote potent|o||y o|storteo s|gno|s |n the respeot|ve
s|gno|poth ono shou|o be ovo|oeo.

7.º0. & 7.ºº. Bass Shìft
1he Boss 3h|tt |s on ,|nte|||gent' cU bono tor the boss
trequeno|es ot your m|x. ve oo|| |t Boss 3h|tt beoouse 2
o|tterent trequeno|es w||| be ,sh|tteo' ogo|nst eooh other w|th
the turn ot ,ust one |nob. 1he trequeno|es hove been preset
ono oonnot be ohongeo. |t you ore |oo||ng tor o sweepob|e
Boss [ono |resenoe] 3h|tter p|eose oheo| out
bx_hybr|o [ovo||ob|e |no|v|ouo||y].
1he Boss 3h|tt cU oon be useo to eos||y oo,ust the overo|| boss souno ot your
reooro|ngs |n o protess|ono| yet eosy 8 tost woy. turn|ng the Boss 3h|tt to the
r|ght w||| ,push' your boss oown one ootove by boost|ng one port ot your boss
trequeno|es wh||e ot the some t|me outt|ng other [h|gher] boss trequeno|es.
1urn|ng the B^33 3¬||1 to the |ett w||| oouse the oppos|te.
t ||eose oheo| the cU pone|s [17. 8 1B.] to ootuo||y see whot you ore oo|ng
when wor||ng w|th the Boss 3h|tt!
1urn|ng your B^33 3¬||1 to the r|ght w||| resu|t |n o more ,|no|reot' ono ,oeep
sott' boss souno, wh||e turn|ng to the |ett w||| resu|t |n o ,oryer' boss souno.
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t ^ |ot ot oontemporory pop 8 roo| proouot|ons oon be enhonoeo w|th ,photter'
gu|tor , |eys sounos by turn|ng the Boss 3h|tt to the r|ght up to 2 or 3, ono
the some sett|ng w||| mo|e your boss orums souno huge!
7.ºE. & 7.º8. Presence Shìft
^ s|m||or tunot|on to whot the Boss 3h|tt cU ooes to your boss
s|gno|s tor the h|gh eno ot your reooro|ngs.
1urn|ng the |resenoe 3h|tt cU to the r|ght w||| put more ,o|r'
|nto your m|xes w|thout mo||ng them horsh!
t |or M,3mooes. 1ry t||ter|ng out o|| the horsh trequeno|es ot your m|x |n the
M seot|on w|th your cU M ono the M seot|on ot the |ecsser M [14.] ono then
mo|e sure your m|x ooesn't souno ou|| by putt|ng boo| some h|gh trequeno|es
|nto the m|x v|o the cU 3 ['6¨] or the |resenoe 3h|tt.
t 1he |resenoe 3h|tt boosts trequeno|es obove the ones thot usuo||y oouse
s|b||onoe prob|ems w|th vo|oes. 3o you oon try to oeess your mo|n vo|oe [most
|||e|y to be |n the oenter ot your m|x] w|th the M seot|on ot the bx´s |ecsser
['14¨] ono then set your |resenoe 3h|tt ot the 3 ohonne| to 3 or 4.
7.º4. & 7.º5. De-Esser L/R or m/S
Ġdependìng on the seIected mode]
1he bx_o|g|to| |ecsser wor|s w|th oynom|o
cUs thot you oon oo,ust to the neeos ot your
m|x. v|th the 3o|o buttons ot the |ecsser
seot|on |t |s poss|b|e to ||sten to on|y the
trequeno|es thot you wont to t||ter out ot your
· vhen wor||ng |n |,|mooe you shou|o ||n| the two ohonne|s to ovo|o unwonteo
permonent 'ponn|ng¨ ot your stereos|gno| oouseo by uneven vo|ume ohonges
|n the | or | ohonne|.
· 3o|o the respeot|ve seot|on ot your |ecsser on the bx2 pone|. 1urn up the
|ecsser |nob unt|| you stort heor|ng some h|gh trequeno|es. ^o,ust the
trequenoy to be t||tereo w|th the ,t |3|' |nob ono set the |ecsser |nob to o
vo|ue where the |ecsser w||| oeouot os mony h|gh trequeno|es os you neeo
to be t||tereo out.
· Use the |ecsser´s |c|s to oontro| the |ecsser´s go|n oeouot|on.
· vhen the |ecssers ot both ohonne|s hove been ||n|eo |n |,|Mooe, the
oeteot|on s|gno| tor both ohonne|s w||| be o monom|x ot both ohonne|s. [|8|]

7.º8. mono maker
1he Mono Mo|er w||| mono out the boss trequeno|es ot your
stereo m|x, oo,ustob|e trom 20 ¬z up to 22 |¬z, us|ng
M,3teohn|que even when the bx runs |n |,|mooe.
1he MonoMo|er w||| out ott bosstrequeno|es ot the 3|oe3|gno|
[3ohonne|] ono w||| oompensote th|s outomot|oo||y |n the
M|o3eot|on [M] ot the stereo m|x w|th o oeo|ooteo she|v|ng cU |n the monosum.
t 1h|s |s o greot too| tor v|ny| moster|ng, s|noe |t |s essent|o| to mo|e sure thot
your |owest boss trequeno|es ore mono, otherw|se the neeo|e oou|o ,ump ott
the groove ot the v|ny| reooro.
cspeo|o||y when you moster e|eotron|o mus|o or mooern heovy meto| sounos w|th
huge stereo boss sounos [synthes|zers, |ow eno ooub|eo meto| gu|tors, eto.] to v|ny|
tor promot|on oop|es , |J oop|es mo|e sure o mono out your oeep boss sounos.
t Mono|ng your boss up to 60 , B0 ¬z oon o|so mo|e o b|g |mpoot on boss
ono boss orum sounos |n genero|, ono |t w||| mo|e sure thot your boss sounos
souno ,t|ght' on every s|ng|e speo|er ot o b|g o|soo speo|er systems thot
m|ght use o |ot ot speo|ers [oomb|not|ons ot | ono | s|gno|s] throughout the
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room[s] ono [one or severo|] subwooters.
t 3ett|ng the M0N0 M^|c| too h|gh oon resu|t |n on ouo|b|e |oss ot stereo
w|oth tor oerto|n |nstruments, |.e. |oweno heovy gu|tors or synthes|zer bosses.
^ sett|ng ot up to B0 or 100 ¬z shou|o be t|ne w|th ony ||no ot mus|o, tor
h|gher sett|ngs. use your eors, p|eose. .]
7.º7. & 7.º8 ED-PaneIs
1he cU pone|s show
you o|| the cU ourves
ot bx_o|g|to| v2
seporote|y tor the
|,| or tor the M,3
seot|ons ot your m|x.
Un|||e o |ot ot other
cU p|ug|ns we hove
not |no|uoeo ony poss|b|||ty to ohonge your cU sett|ngs v|o the groph|o pone|, ono
we o|o thot on purpose.
1here ore s|mp|y too mony cUbonos [|t you |eep |n m|no thot the B^33 3¬||1 ono
||c3cNLc 3¬||1 ore o|sp|oyeo ooo|t|ono||y to the 7 ,regu|or' cU bonos ot eooh
0therw|se we tee| thot moster|ng ono reooro|ng mus|o [the mo|n opp||oot|ons tor
bx_o|g|to|] |s o|| obout mo||ng oout|ous ohonges to your m|x [un|ess the m|x you
wor| on wos oomp|ete|y soreweo up.], ono when we testeo bx_o|g|to| ono cU|ng
|n the pone|s otten |eo us to mo||ng pretty b|g ohonges very qu|o||y.
|n the eno we o|so wonteo to g|ve you the 'tee|' ot the horowore os outhent|oo||y os
poss|b|e, so we oeo|oeo to mo|e the cU pone| on|y o v|suo| oontro| too| tor whot you
oo w|th the |nobs ot the bx_o|g|to| - or your mouse.
mouse WheeI - ControIġ
|t |s poss|b|e to use the mouse whee| to oontro| o|| |nobs ot the cU! Just p|ooe the
oursor obove ony |nob ono turn the mouse whee| up or oown. no o||o||ng neeoeo
1h|s |s o|so o very ooo| o|ternot|ve when wor||ng w|th ^uto ||sten Mooes. |n oose
you wont to mo|e some ohonges us|ng the ^uto ||sten Mooe ono some w|thout
,ust use the mouse whee| tor the |otter - ono the ^uto ||sten Mooe w||| not be
t 1ype |n exoot vo|ues.
||eose not|oe thot |t |s o|so very eosy to type |n exoot vo|ues to ony porometer ot
the bx_o|g|to| by s|mp|y o||o||ng on the text t|e|os be|ow eooh |nob. 1h|s mo|es
|t port|ou|or|y oomtortob|e to tune your cUbonos to oerto|n trequeno|es.
7.º8. LEDs/muItìpIe IeveIs ĠL/R & m/S]
ve hove |no|uoeo oeo|ooteo |c|s tor the |nput 3eot|on
[|8|], the M83 3eot|on ono the 0utput stoge [|8| ogo|n],
so you hove toto| opt|oo| oontro| over whot you heor ono
whot you oo. |||e w|th every other o|g|to| ouo|o too| you
shou|o not push your |eve|s |nto the reo!
t cven |n |,|mooe the |c|s w||| show the M,3s|gno|, ,ust tor oontro| purposes.
t |n M,3|eooro|ngmooe the t|rst |c|segment w||| show M,3 |nsteoo ot |,|.
1h|s segment shows the |nput stoge ot the bx_o|g|to| s|noe you ore expeoteo to
|nput 2 |no|v|ouo| s|gno|s [M83 |nsteoo ot |,|] to the bx_o|g|to| |n th|s mooe.
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7.E0. CorreIatìon & BaIance meters
2 more new teotures tor v2.
Bo|onoe w||| show how the energy ot the m|x |s shoreo
between | ono | ohonne|s. You oon use the 3|x|oo| moster
seot|on to o|ter Bo|onoe, |on M 8 3.
Lorre|ot|on |s o stonooro oorre|ot|on meter. |t oon be honoy
to oheo| phoses when oo|ng b|gger ohonges |n M,3.
7.Eº. Bypass
v|th the BY|^33 button you oon byposs the who|e bx_o|g|to| p|ug|n to
oompore your or|g|no| m|x ono your oorreot|ons , |mprovements w|th
the bx_o|g|to|.
7.EE. Undo/Redo Ġ8E steps]
0ne ot the most exo|t|ng new teotures ot v2 |s the 32
steps Unoo,|eoo tunot|ono||ty. cvery v1 user who
hos ooo|oento||y pusheo the ||n| ^|| |nob |nows whot we´re to|||ng obout.
Now you oon ,ust exper|ment ono Unoo whotever you oon´t |||e.
1ogether w|th the new ^,B,L,| sett|ngs ono Lopy,|oste [see '23¨] th|s |s on
eng|neer´s oreom.
7.E8. Settìngs ĠA/B/C/D]
You oon now store up to 4 3ett|ngs ot bx_o|g|to| v2 w|thout us|ng the ouo|o
sequenoer´s '|reset w|noow¨ [most ot them ore not reo||y tost ono |ntu|t|ve to
3tort w|th one 3ett|ng [^ by oetou|t], oopy |t to B [press 'oopy¨, o||o| B, o||o| '|oste¨,
oone!], then oompore ^ ono B. 1he some goes tor L ono |, ot oourse. ^|so, you
oon |eset s|ng|e 3ett|ngs.
Us|ng ^utomot|on |n moster|ng oon be he|ptu| to get the mox|mum out ot your
m|xes. Moybe your m|x neeos o|tterent cUsett|ngs tor vor|ous ports ot the song?
3ett|ngs ore the woy to go. ono onoe ogo|n. you oon´t ¬^vc to oo |t.. but you
You´|| get |t eos||y. .]
t |resets. [|n your ouo|o sequenoer host progrom]
|t´s st||| o gooo ono protess|ono| |oeo to store one preset tor every song thot
you moster, even |t you use 3ett|ngs, moybe even mo|e to|oers tor oerto|n
pro,eots, o|bums, eto.
^|| 4 3ett|ngs ot bx_o|g|to| v2 w||| be storeo w|th eooh |reset!
1h|s woy you oon eos||y reoo|| ony preset you mooe to ohonge sett|ngs otter
you oheo|eo your m|xes on other stereo systems [outs|oe the stuo|o]. |eep |n
m|no. |t Y0U oon´t oo |t.. your oustomers v|||! .]
7.E4. manuaI & HeIp
|ress Monuo| to open the ||| vers|on ot the monuo| wh|oh
w||| be soveo on your oomputer our|ng |nsto||ot|on.
¬e|p w||| open o smo|| 'sp|osh soreen¨ |n the p|ug|n w|noow thot w||| exp|o|n the
most oommon shortouts to operote bx_o|g|to| v2 w|th eose.
||eose see '25¨ tor these shortouts ono some t|ps.
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7.E5. Braìnworx keyboard shortcuts
· 3¬||1,M0U3c L||L| on ony |nob w||| ohonge the
bx_o|g|to|´s |nob behov|our [togg|e between ||neor ono o|rou|or]
· ^|1,M0U3c L||L|. w||| reset ony |nob to |ts |n|t|o| vo|ue
· ^|||c |ey [Moo] or L1|| |ey [|L] p|us M0U3c L||L| [or 3L|0|| v¬cc|
U3c obove ony porometer!] w||| o||ow tor t|ne tun|ng ot ony |nob.
· 3L|0|| v¬cc| L0N1|0|. p|ooe your mouse obove ony |nob ono turn the
mouse whee| to |noreose,oeoreose vo|ues.
· ^|so, ony byposseo teoture ot bx_o|g|to| w||| not use ony L|U power.
· 1Y||NS |N v^|Uc3 |nto your p|ug|ns w||| sove you some t|me.
t ScNc|^| 1Y||NS.
10.000 ¬z oon be typeo |n os '10|¨, 12.000 ¬z wou|o be
'12|¨, eto.
8. TroubIeshootìng
8 |noomp|ete s|gno|s
? You m|ght hove o||o|eo on one or [or more] 3o|obuttons ot one seot|on [|,|
or M,3], so you on|y heor ports ot your s|gno|. Mo|e sure both 3o|o buttons
ore sw|toheo 0|| to heor your stereo m|x.
9 3w|toh o|| 3o|o sw|tohes 0||, ono you shou|o heor your regu|or stereo s|gno|.
8 |hos|ng,wrong ponoromos
? |t you heor ports ot your stereo s|gno| not proper|y |n p|ooe ponoromow|se you
m|ght be wor||ng |n the M,3|eooro|ng mooe w|th o stonoorostereos|gno|
runn|ng through your bx_o|g|to| p|ug|n!
! Ncvc| use the M,3|eooro|ng mooe tor prooess|ng stereos|gno|s [|||e
m|xes!], un|ess you wont to exper|ment w|th sounooes|gn.
8 N0 souno
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EQ-Section R (Right) or S (Stereo/S-signal) 7.6.22. Bass Shift 10 11 11 11 12 12 & M/S) 3 3 4 4 4 5 7 7 7 B B EQ off 7. depending on the selected mode 7.2. The Modus knob 7. Auto Solo. Mono Maker 7. What is MIS technology? 3.24. Undo/Redo (32 steps) levels (LjR 12 13 13 13 13 13 14 14 & Balance Meters logos in the GUI 7. Brainworx keyboard shortcuts 7. Correlation The Brainworx Section Mouse Wheel .4. Features of the bx_digital V2: 6. & 7. Overview and Details 7. & 7. Linked features. But what's so new about V2 then? 7. 7. Window switch sections B 10 10 10 8.12. & 7. Auto Listen.9. Manual & Help 7.13.1. Channel swap. Solo.10. De-Esser LjR or M/S 7. & 7. What is bx_digital V2? 2. How do I get started with bx_digital V2 7. New "SixPack" Master 7. LEOs for the LjR or M/S ~~ 2 .Index EQ-Panels 5. EQ-Section M (Mono) or L (Left).7.17. Bypass 7.Control: 7. & 7.25. LEOs/multiple 7. What is MIS good for in Mastering? 4. Presence Shift 7. Settings (A/B/C/O) Troubleshooting 7.16.

and S.g. bx_digital V2 now offers additional features that neither the original bx1 analog EQ nor the v1 plug-in offered. most likely in a For additional details about this technique you may have a look into any decent audio book. just feed it with the separate M. with only one mode of the hardware (the 3-channels-mode) not working (for audio host standard reasons). mainly used for orchestral recordings. an analogue high class equalizer that runs in four different modes. The bx_digital V1 was an exact emulation of both units' features. What is MIS technology? Most engineers who are recording music know about the M/S microphone technique (two different microphones for stereo recordings .. Quite confusing? Well. e. The hardware bx2 is an "Image Shifter" and De-Esser that can work in M/S mode as well and therefore is the perfect extension to our bx1 when it comes to mastering stereo signals. It also includes a "Mono-Maker" that allows you to mono the bass frequencies of your mix from 20 Hz up to 22 kHz to make sure your bass-section is "tight" and compatible for vinyl-pressings. Please do so if you want to learn more about this method to create very mono-compatible stereo-signals. -+ sophisticated M/S modes for mastering and microphone recordings. choirs or acoustic instruments in general. Together these two units are the perfect choice if you are looking for an extremely musical and tasty way of eq-ing and de-essing stereo signals (mixes). The hardware bx1 is our "MODUS EQ". bx_digital V2 does all that work for you. choirs orfor recording accoustic instruments in general.microphone signals and switch it to M/S Recording . a 3-channel mode (one stereo PLUS one mono channel) for surround mastering & recording studios purposes. 2. our state-of-theart equalizer bx1 and its expansion unit bx2. drums. when recording classical music. mainly used for stereo mastering purposes.an OMNI or CARDIOID microphone forthe M (mid) signal and a "FIGURE-OF-8microphone" forthe S (side) signal). and we offered an emulation of Details: see chapter 5. or if you are into mixing and sound-design as well as recording with M/S-microphone-technique. . an M/S-Recording-mode that will use two individual microphone-signals (M&S-signals) fed into the bx1 to create a highly mono compatible stereo signal.1. giving you up to three channels of extremely musical filters: • • • • a conventional L(eft) and R(ight) stereo mode for any stereo/dual mono applications. What is bx_digitalV2? bx_digital De-Esser V2 that IS a latency-free 11-band stereo EQ works in several modes. It is based upon the "modern classic" bx_digital V1 and the analog bx1 EQ. a stereo mode with a built-in M/S-matrix. among and stereo them 2 mastering process. To record in M/S you have to feed the M-signal to the Left and Right channel of your mix and the S-Signal will be fed phase-correct to the Left channel and phase-reversed to the Right channel.. We developed this hi-end analogue EQ 2006/2007 this EQ ever since. This means you will have to split the S-signal and use a total of 3 channels for only 2 microphones that will be mixed together to create a conventional stereo-signal. Recording a signal with M/S microphone technique means to create a stereo (L/R) signal by mixing the M and the S signals together in a special way that will result in a very mono-compatible stereo signal.

and from bx_hybrid as well (Auto Listen Mode). but most 5. EQ-ing in MIS will cause "non-linear" phases.signal.). you will be amazed of what you will hear . What is MIS good for in Mastering? Well... but you can . Auto Solo Mode... Bell and Pass-Filters. while there were quite some MIS ..tools released after bx_digital V1 first • .. etc. Then we have added features from both.or if you simply want to enhance certain elements in the mix. Ever tried to cut high frequencies of a mix to reduce the . "Why is this so unusual?" you might ask now. Stereo Width Control for your mix. "Auto Solo" and "Auto Listen" Modes Unique and new "SixPack" master section: (6 knobs) Input Gain and Balance features to adjust incoming levels and to balance out mixes that are not 1 00% centered.3. Filter section includes new Lo-Shelving.. Add all new and improved audio filters (EQ bands) and you have a GREAT stereo EQ. Hi-Shelving.. All 7 bands have been adjusted in frequency-range and type-selection by international mastering engineers to help you get experienced mastering engineers use this technique if a mix needs it. the Shifter EQs. although the S signal is included in a regular LIR stereo signal. Features of the bx_digital V2: bx1: • • • • • • 7-band mastering quality EQ with Shelving. 4. Since bx_digital V2 also has a "regular LIR mode": You don't have to do all this all the time .phase corrected automatically. pianos. :-) Also... you will be able to correct stuff you have never even heard before in your mixes! Then dig some deeper.with more precision than ever. it is not in phase on both channels. it may sound simple. one original BX feature is the possibility to SOLO your M or S . You will quickly get the concept this way. MIS modes. try the Auto Solo and Auto Listen Modes. came out.. Thus you are able to separately control these two signals which can be very useful when you work on a stereo mix that has certain "problems" . Individual PAN for M and S signals (in all modes) to control the output balance . the TOM version of bx_digital (7-bands. we have not sorted out anything. Well. Solo S and Solo M etc.essinq" of the lead vocals and at the same time boost high frequencies of you r harmony instruments (guitars.. but the bx_digital V2 has a built-in MIS matrix that will separate any stereo signal into its mono sum and the stereo difference signals. Lo-Pass & Hi-Pass filters. Make your mix wider without an effects processor by increasing the S-Signal in ALL modes. which means you can listen to ONLY the M or S signal of your mix and work on these two signals individually . Start by playing some stereo mixes through your bx_digital V2 plug-in and push the solo button of the S-section . are still on board. full-parametric Bell type. and if used with caution (a great advice on most things that are fun .) MIS processing can be a very creative and powerful weapon.. etc . But what#s so new about V2 then? First of all. most likely recorded or mixed in stereo)? With bx_digital V2 and its MIS modes you can do exactly that. all the great things about bx_digital are still in V2. so we had to come up with an easy way to correct that each time you want to listen to your S-signal solo . keyboards. etc..

so you be ok with using the "regular" L/R-mode of the bx_digital and use the EQs carefully.... bx2: • • 4 more EQ bands (in the Shifter EQs). or de-ess your voice very tight without making your whole mix dull. • • But. or "Sum & Difference").and adjusting the potential loss of bass frequencies in the Mono-Sum automatically! Ever had problems to cut your electronic music mixes with synthesizer basses to vinyl? Do you want to make sure your bass sounds are tight on disco speakers that might be spread all over the place? Try the Mono-Maker. etc.. a very good might be a good idea not to change it at all or at least not very much.. and the bx1 lets you hear both sections perfectly in-phase.modes just like the bx1.g. but it is (often enough) about correcting mistakes that have been made in a mix session. De-Esser/dynamic EQs. so you can give your mixes that extra lo-end on guitars and synths that the pros have without getting rumbling on your bass drums. Mono-Maker: Adjust the MonoMaker from 20 Hz to 22 kHz and your stereo mix will be Mono up to that frequency by cutting away the low-end of the stereo-difference of your stereo-mix .. so we will skip the total basics of "how to use an eq" and go on with less common-known EQ-techniques . but we mean it very literally! We assume that most if not all people who have purchased bx_digital V2 are familiar with using a standard L/R-EQ. basses. Output Gain to adjust overall levels. This way you can hear any problem of your mix very obviously and also make any improvements to your mix simple but precisely.) above any knob and use the S. Tune your lo-end and hi-end of your mix for a "bigger" overall sound with "more air" at the same time and control potential harsh frequencies in your mixes. Image Shifters for your bass frequencies and high frequencies.. . in the M/S-mastering-mode bx_digital V2 can transform your stereo mix into 2 easy-to-adjust mono sums (M & S.sections alternately to get used to how your mixes sound separated into these 2 mono sums.. how can you correct problems you can't even hear exactly? That's over now .• • professional results for your mixes instantly. How do I get started with bx_digital V2 in a typical mastering or recording-session? Mastering music is all about hearing objectively and enhancing musical performances if possible . a mix) with some problems that we want to correct. You will very fast be able to hear stuff inside your music that you might want to correct / adjust. This sounds basic.buttons of the M and S . a dynamic EQ/De-Esser & more..It's just . New mouse wheel control (place the cursor mouse wheel . We propose you start working with bx_digital V2 in M/S-Mastering mode (that's the default setting) by simply listening to some of the mixes that you know very well or to some of your favorite CD-tracks.g. the bx2 works in M/S . While you do so press the solo . so why don't you just do it? • EG-Panel: • shows up to 11 bands of EQ for M and S separately (for all bx1 and bx2 EQ bands) 5 . etc. Solo buttons let you listen to what you cut away separated from the mix. In fact mix) it might rather if you have a more or less "perfect" stereo-signal to work on (e.. let's assume we have an average stereo-signal (e..

and it will not sound different played back in mono at all. in the main stereo insert.) in your mix disappear completely. and there IS a reason why some of the top mastering studios in the world have been working like this for ages with custom-made MIS-boards .. :-) Many people who have used the MIS-modes for the first time told us that they had the impression of a "3D-like" depth in their mixes after processing the M.and S-section individually while Solo-ing the respective section . . Once you are used to the basics of MIS you might easily get into more detailed functions . While using the MIS-technique for mastering does affect your phases in the stereo-signal we do not see this as a problem. bass. TIP: if needed simply use two instances of bx digital on your master bus.as productions often referred to as being "BIG".. though. for adding or cutting away big amount of general bass or treble signals you might be better off working in LjR-mode . are not balanced 1 OO%!) by Solo-ing the S-section and adjusting the Balance Gain until all the things that should be centered (like bass drums. This way you get a feel for how your adjustments on the individual sections effect the whole stereo mix! After you have used a few EQ-bands on your mix compare it to your original mix by using the Bypass switch of the whole unit andy or of individual EQ bands (a new feature in V2). Otherwise. snares.. just get rid of it by decreasing the Stereo Width (in all modes!). In MIS modes altering phases is done intentionally. if you have a drum-loop that was recorded with too much ambience sounds I reverb..it's just really different EQ-ing 2 separate mono-sums than EQ-ing conventional L&R-signals. the second in MIS mode..without really telling anybody . it's a very musical way of working. etc. etc.yet still open and clear . -+ lead vocals. EQs.. If that's the case you can be sure that your mix IS balanced! Make your mix wider than it originally was by increasing the Stereo Width without losing the center of your recordings! You will not loose bass drum power or vocals by making your mix wider this way . But.. try balancing out a mix that is not centered 100% (most mixes that come from an analogue desk with inserted compressors.Start EQ-ing the M.. MIS-Mastering might just be the key for you r music to sound as big . Of course. one in L/R mode. the MIS mastering mode works best if you want to correct small mistakes in your mixes ..and don't forget to switch the Solo-buttons off from time to time and listen to your complete mix in "full stereo sound" again...and the S-Signals individually. Mastering in MIS takes a little time to get used to ..

-. plus Hi-Pass and Lo-Pass filters • • • c From Left to Right (top row]: • 128 % C Gain In: Input Gain adjustment for both channels (LIR or MIS). independent of which mode is being used.. Gain Out: Output Gain adjustment for Master Out (L/R). on 7.. Stereo Width: make your mix wider by increasing the Stereo Width (=boosting the S-signal) or decrease the Stereo Width to reduce ambience etc.. A bright name indicates ON. EQ-Section M (Mono) or L (Left). Stereo Width.0 dB outfl Gain Pan M .Screenshot Bal.'" 1.1= .2...te R".7.. Overview and Details I 5o?ttngs ABC • 0 Copy p". UR . bx_digital V2 . f (Frequency) and Q (Quality) pots.. New "SixPack" Master ~ain_ Section 6 knobs to control general settings. (=reduce the S-signal) row]: From Left to Right (bottom • Bal.tA LF: switchable LMF: peak MF: peak HMF: peak HF: switchable from shelving (1 st order) to peak via Q-pot • • • • • • from shelving (1 st order) to peak via Q-pot Lo-Pass: 1 st order Hi-Pass: 1 st order Please notice that each EQ band can be activated and bypassed (onl off) individually by clicking the labeled buttons. _=off ••..1. L/R: "tilt" the image of your stereo sound by changing the balance of Left and Right signals .3 dB '11: 12 R Pan S 7. 1. depending on the selected mode 7 Bands. 5 of them with G (Gain).

bass.. and we do not recommend doing drastic changes here.) too much. With the Pan M you can easily correct this. Pis see "22" (Undo/Redo). you can link/unlink all bands and features clicking the Link LED. snares. A click on any Link button will copy the setting of the button you click to the other side. Auto Listen. Click them to get credit info.Dual Mono MIS Rec. Channel swap. etc.4. without effecting the stereo information (guitars. Accidentally clicking the Link button can destroy your whole EQ settings .. When enabled bx_digital will automatically switch to Solo M/ Solo L as soon as a knob of the left EQ section is being clicked. the De-Esser. Solo MISolo S (Solo L I Solo Rl: • 7. and is now available for all versions. like lead vocals.) in the master sum. or create great effects by panning the "center only" (drums. but work just the same way. 00 EQ off II 00 QIG II uto Solo III L <> R A -listen III link II EQ • • -+ Auto Solo: Auto Solo is taken from the TOM version of bx_digital V1 . so this won't be a problem anymore. As stereo mixes sound very different when channels are swapped this can be a creative tool in mastering sessions. keys. Also. L/R-mode: for conventional L/R-processing. for individual processing stereo-difference of any regular Stereo-Signal. etc. reverbs. The same goes for the right EQ section (Solo S/Solo R.) of your recording to the sides! Mixes from analogue consoles often have the problem that the "theoretical center" (these are the elements that should be in the center. etc. etc. EQs. This can be an EQ band. or a Shifter. Modus • • • M/S-MASTERING-mode: e M/SMsl. Auto Solo.but we have a 32 step undo /redo on board now. such as digidesign "s C24 or icon controllers. The results of Pan S are much more subtle than Pan M. Linked features. The Brainworx logos in the GUI To listen to only the M or S signal phase corrected and mono-ed on both speakers just enable Solo M/Solo S. The Modus knob E ual izer bx 1 . Solo.) are slightly off-axis because of analogue inserts (compressors. and without tilting the whole stereo image (see Bal. • L<>R (channel swap. release versions. In the L/R mode these selectors become Solo L/Solo R. 7. until you release the knob again. pre EQ1: This feature swaps left and right channels within bx_digital V2. vocals.5. of course. -+ . etc. M/S-RECORDING-mode: this mode will provide a Stereo signal at the master output if bx_digital is fed with separate M&S-microphone signals or audio tracks. linked or un-linked.• Pan M: with this unique and new feature you can center un-centered mixes. L/R) Pan S: tilt the stereo information without changing the center section of your mix too radically. . brainworx Modus 7.3. depending on the mode bx_digital works in). The Modus knob lets you select between the 3 different "modes" the bx_digital plug-in can work in: of the mono-sum and the • Link LED: The Link LED will be ON as soon as any feature of bx_digital is linked. Mixes with uneven stereo information (doubled guitars that are not perfectly centered for example) can easily be adjusted. Auto solo also works with touch sensitive controllers.

for the f (Frequency) AUTO LISTEN MODE "Q" This auto listen mode will boost or cut the respective EQ band's gain to either (+12dB with positive Gain settings and "zero") or (-12dB with negative Gain settings) whenever the Q knob is being clicked or touched (via a touch sensitive controller). etc. AUTO LISTEN MODE "f" This auto listen mode will playa very steep (narrow) and inversed notch filter sound of the actual audio signal as long as you click a knob or grab a (touch sensitive) controller pot or fader. This lets you hear the center frequency you are searching for exactly and all this without the multiple mouse clicks or controller moves that needed to be done without the Auto Listen feature. re-adjust the Q. In this menu you may choose which Auto Solo Listening features you want to use. etc . -+ -+ "-f-": For example will only enable the Auto Listen features knobs.. 3 different functions of each EQ band can be switched to Auto Listen Mode: -+ Auto listen "Q" with positive gain Auto listen "Q" with NEGATIVE gain "Q f G" (initial setting): Will make bx_digital V2 auto solo all EQ features each time you click on either a G (Gain). Clipping is avoided automatically. the Mono-Maker or the SixPack master section (Stereo Width.. Mouse wheel control: Notice that changing knobs using the mouse wheel (just place the cursor above any knob of bx_digital V2 and turn the wheel!) will not engage the Auto Listen Mode..). sweep throuQh the frequencies.. -+ -+ You HEAR the ORANGE settinQ when you see it. this will not bypass the De-Esser.• EQ on/off: Here you can switch ALL EQ bands on or off. Notice that the temporarily EQ setting of the AUTO LISTEN MODE is always being displayed in ORANGE color while the actual EQ band's gain setting is still being Gain up to the max. and so on . Q to a very narrow settinQ. but not automate G & Q. As soon as you release the EQ band's Q knob the gain setting will jump back to the actual G (Gain) setting. Vocals.) though. f (Frequency) or Q (Quality) knob. If you need to bypass the whole bx_digital please use the dedicated Bypass switch in the top left corner or use your audio sequencer's plug-in bypass.. Whenever bx_digital boosts AUTO bands to +12 dB temporarily the overall output volume is always being controlled and adjusted intelligently to avoid clippinQ automatically! -+ • • When you click on the letters next to the blue Auto Listen LED a pop-up menu will appear. re-adjust the Qain. This is a nice way to avoid bypassing the Auto Listen Mode for small changes that you prefer to do without this mode. etc.you know what we're talkinQ about . displayed in RED color. AUTO LISTEN MOOErs]: One of the new features of bx_digital V2 and a powerful tool to select proper center frequencies in audio material that is hard to judge (Tom Toms.. :-] . Bass sounds.

Turning the BASS SHIFT to the left will cause the opposite . & 18.. This way all you hear is the touched EQ band solo-ed... ..7 . while turning to the left will result in a "dryer" bass sound. or if you simply prefer EQ-ing without seeing the EQ curves.. . 7.AUTO LISTEN MODE "G" This AUTO LISTEN MODE finally is pretty easy to explain . Red LEOs indicate potentially distorted signals in the respective signal-path and should be avoided .. ~ .. Bass Shift V.. EQ-Section R (Right) or S (Stereo/S-signal) depending on the selected mode The same 7-band EQ section as for the L section (or respectively the M section. 1.'. The frequencies have been pre-set and cannot be changed.. 7..__ . '" "'. so remember: you have the choice to activate or deactivate each and every AUTO feature (Q.). We call it Bass Shift because 2 different frequencies will be "shifted" against each other with the turn of just one knob. Window switch You may hide the graphic EQ curves if you want to save some screen space (we know bx_digital is not a small plug-in .. '" . The Bass Shift EQ can be used to easily adjust the overall bass sound of your recordings in a professional yet easy & fast way . -+ Please check the EQ panels (17. please check "1 ". without other EQ bands eventually effecting / overlaying your EQ setting. as long as you click a Gain knob (or grab a touch sensitive controller pot or fader) all other bands of that EQ will be bypassed. f or G) or any combination of these 3 features using the Auto Listen pop up menu.. This mayor may not be wanted.S. . . depending on the selected mode). ..above) The Auto Listen Mode can be switched off using the blue LED.~ . Bass Shift The Bass Shift is an "intelligent" EQ band for the bass frequencies of your mix. 7. & 7.10. If you are looking for a sweepable Bass(and Presence-) Shifter please check out bx_hybrid (available individually).. turning the Bass Shift to the right will "push" your bass down one octave by boosting one part of your bass frequencies while at the same time cutting other (higher) bass frequencies. Just click the "arrow" symbol. .l.11.) to actually see what you are doing when working with the Bass Shift! Turning your BASS SHIFT to the right will result in a more "indirect" and "deep soft" bass sound.9.S. . LEOs for the L/R or M/S sections We have included a digital level control in bx_digital V2 that the hardware does not have._ ..-Link .. .7. (see -12. 7. & 7..

.. and it will make sure that your bass sounds sound "tight" on every single speaker of a big disco speaker systems that might use a lot of speakers (combinations of Land R signals) throughout the .•. This is a great tool for vinyl mastering. 7. the detection signal for both channels will be a mono-mix of both channels.) and then make sure your mix doesn't sound dull by putting back some high frequencies into the mix via the EQ S ("6") or the Presence Shift.. since it is essential to make sure that your lowest bass frequencies are mono.13.. With the Solo buttons of the De-Esser section it is possible to listen to only the frequencies that you want to filter out of your mix. So you can try to de-ess your main voice (most likely to be in the center of you r mix) with the M section of the bx s De-Esser ("14") and then set your Presence Shift of the S channel to 3 or 4. When the De-Essers of both channels have been linked in L/R-Mode.-- \.15. & 7. -+ Mono-ing your bass up to 60 I 80 Hz can also make a big impact on bass and bass drum sounds in general. low end doubled metal guitars.. & 7.14. Pres.phatter" • guitar I keys sounds by turning the Bass Shift to the right up to 2 or 3. Turning the Presence Shift EQ to the right will put more "air" into your mixes without making them harsh! . Especially when you master electronic music or modern heavy metal sounds with huge stereo bass sounds (synthesizers. ~ -. and the same setting will make your bass drums sound huge! • 7. Solo the respective section of your De-Esser on the bx2 panel.12.. (L&R) 2. (S-channel) and will compensate this automatically in the (M) of the stereo mix with a dedicated shelving EQ in the mono-sum. De-Esser L/R or M/S (depending on the selected mode) The bx_digital De-Esser works with dynamic EQs that you can adjust to the needs of your mix. 74 Hz Mono Maker The Mono Maker will mono out the bass frequencies of your stereo mix. otherwise the needle could jump off the groove of the vinyl record. . _._ . Use the De-Esser'<s LEOs to control the De-Esser "s gain deduction.-+ A lot of contemporary pop & rock productions can be enhanced with . . etc. v. Shift Presence Shift A similar function to what the Bass Shift EQ does to your bass signals for the high end of your recordings. '. • • When working in L/R-mode you should link the two channels to avoid unwanted permanent "panning" of your stereo-signal caused by uneven volume changes in the L or R channel.. The Mono-Maker will cut off bass-frequencies of the Side-Signal -+ Mono-Maker Mid-Section -+ sibilance problems with voices. The Presence Shift boosts frequencies above the ones that usually cause 7.6 For MIS-modes: Try filtering out all the harsh frequencies of your mix in the M section with your EQ M and the M section of the De-Esser M (14. usmq MIS-technique even when the bx runs in L/R-mode. -. Adjust the frequency to be filtered with the "f DSR" knob and set the De-Esser knob to a value where the De-Esser will deduct as many high frequencies as you need to be filtered out.) to vinyl for promotion copies I OJ copies make sure 0 mono out your deep bass sounds.16.. Link " -+ '" I .'. Turn up the De-Esser knob until you start hearing some high frequencies.1.. adjustable from 20 Hz up to 22 kHz.

so we decided to make the EQ panel only a visual control tool for what you do with the knobs of the bx_digital .. low-end heavy guitars or synthesizer basses. This segment shows the input stage of the bx_digital since you are expected to input 2 individual signals (M&S instead of LjR) to the bx_digital in this mode. In the end we also wanted to give you the "feel" of the hardware as authentically as possible. There are simply too many EQ-bands (if you keep in mind that the BASS SHIFT and PRESENCE SHIFT are displayed additionally to the 7 "regular" EQ bands of each section. :-) Mouse Wheel . LEDs/multiple levels (L/R & M/S) We have included dedicated LEOs for the Input Section (L&R).19.Control: It is possible to use the mouse wheel to control all knobs of the EQ! Just place the cursor above any knob and turn the mouse wheel up or down . Otherwise we feel that mastering and recording music (the main applications for bx_digital) is all about making cautious changes to your mix (unless the mix you work on was completely screwed up . This is also a very cool alternative when working with Auto Listen Modes. please.. i. In M/S-Recording-mode the first LED-segment will show MIS instead of LjR.. so you have total optical control over what you hear and what you do.e. the M&S Section and the Output stage (L&R again). -+ Type in exact values: Please notice that it is also very easy to type in exact values to any parameter of the bx_digital by simply clicking on the text fields below each knob.or your mouse: 7. not included any possibility to change your EQ settings via the graphic panel. and we did that on purpose. Setting the MONO MAKER too high can result in an audible loss of stereo width for certain instruments. Unlike a lot of other EQ plug-ins we have engaged.-+ room(s) and (one or several) subwoofers. A setting of up to 80 or 100 Hz should be fine with any kind of music. In case you want to make some changes using the Auto Listen Mode and some without just use the mouse wheel for the latter . for higher settings: use your ears.).17. and when we tested bx_digital and EQ-ing in the panels often led us to making pretty big changes very quickly. . This makes it particularly comfortable to tune your EQ-bands to certain frequencies. & 7.. no clicking needed ever . Like with every other digital audio tool you should not push your levels into the red! -+ -+ Even in L/R-modethe LEOs will showthe MIS-signal...and the Auto Listen Mode will not be 7. justfor control purposes.18 EG-Panels The EQ panels show you all the EQ curves of bx_digital V2 separately for the LjR or for the MIS sections of your mix.

21. Using Automation in mastering can be helpful to get the maximum out of your mixes.24. of course.. Undo/Redo (32 steps) One of the most exciting new features of V2 is the 32 steps Undo/Redo functionality... Balance will show how the energy of the mix IS shared between Land R channels. maybe even make folders for certain projects. You'll get it easily. 7.11111111111111111111111111 L C Correlation R 11111111111111111111111"11"""""111111111111111 -1 o +1 7. you can Reset single Settings..22. then compare A and B. Correlation is a standard correlation meter.. Together with the new A/B/C/O settings and Copy/Paste (see "23") this is an engineer's dream.). Correlation & BalanceMeters -12 Balance +12 Start with one Setting (A by default). even if you use Settings. Undo f- ~ Redo Now you can just experiment and Undo whatever you don't like. Maybe your mix needs different EQ-settings for various parts of the song? Settings are the way to go . albums. etc. You can use the SixPack master section to alter Balance. Pan M & S.your customers WILL! :-) 7.. and once again . Please see "25" for these shortcuts and some tips. but you 2 more new features for V2. 11111111111111111111111111. It can be handy to check phases when doing bigger changes in M/S. Bypass With the BYPASS button you can bypass the whole bx_digital plug-in to compare your original mix and your corrections / improvements with the bx_digital. The same goes for C and 0. -+ Presets: (in your audio sequencer host program) It's still a good and professional idea to store one preset for every song that you master. click "Paste".7. Paste Reset A Help will open a small "splash screen" in the plug-in window that will explain the most common shortcuts to operate bx_digital V2 with ease... done!). You can now store up to 4 Settings of bx_digital V2 without using the audio sequencer's "Preset window" (most of them are not really fast and intuitive to use .. click B. Keep in mind: if YOU don't do it . you don't CAN .. . All 4 Settings of bx digital V2 will be stored with each Preset! This way you can easily recall any preset you made to change settings after you checked your mixes on other stereo systems (outside the studio). Manual & Help Manual ? Help 7. copy it to B (press "copy".. Every V1 user who has accidentally pushed the Link All knob knows what we're talking about..20. :-) HAVE to do it .. Settings (A/B/C/D) S etti ngs : A E3 C 0 Copy Press Manual to open the PDF version of the manual which will be saved on your computer during installation..23. Also.

brainworx-usa.de www.000 "12k".com and a video demo please visit: Hz would be 8.. Phasing/wrong panoramas If you hear parts of your stereo signal not properly in place panorama-wise you might be working in the M/S-Recording mode with a standard-stereo-signal running through your bx_digital plug-in! NEVER use the M/S-Recording mode for processing stereo-signals (like mixes!). TYPING IN VALUES into your plug-ins will save you some time: GENERAL TYPING: 10. etc./' x ? brainworx~" music & media gmbh Hitdorfer StraBe 10 40764 Langenfeld Germany info@brainworx-music.de www.brainworx-usa.com x ? .000 Hz can be typed in as "10k". SCROLL WHEEL CONTROL: place your mouse above any knob and turn the mouse wheel to increase/decrease values. unless you want to experiment with sound-design . any bypassed feature of bx_digital will not use any CPU power.7. Also. NO sound Do you feed any sound into bx_digital V2 at ail??? :-) . 12.brainworx-music. Brainworx keyboard shortcuts • • • • • • -+ ENJOY WORKING WITH bx_digital V2! SHIFT IMOUSE CLICK on any knob will change the bx_digital's knob behaviour (toggle between linear and circular) AL T IMOUSE CLICK: will reset any knob to its initial value APPLE key (Mac) or CTRL key (PC) plus MOUSE CLICK (or SCROLL WHEEL USE above any parameter!) will allow for fine tuning of any knob..25. -+ For more information www. Switch all Solo switches OFF. Troubleshooting x ? Incomplete signals You might have clicked on one or (or more) Solo-buttons of one section (L/R or M/S).de www. so you only hear parts of your signal.brainworx-music. and you should hear your regular stereo signal. Make sure both Solo buttons are switched OFF to hear your stereo mix .

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