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This is the default operating mode of Multi-Pad100 after powering on. The LCD screen will display “PL” In this mode, and all parameter values will react immediately to the current knob settings.
In Patch Mode the LCD screen will display patch number: P0-P9 indicates 10 user patches, and F0-F9 indicates factory patches. In this mode all parameter values will be recalled from patches (may not related to current knob settings).
If you’re using Multi-Pad100 with a 9V battery, when battery power is low (battery voltage lower than 5V), the screen will flash “LO” to indicate. In this case, please replace the battery or choose another power supply method.
User patches and factory patches can all be changed, but changes can only be saved in user patches.
When the patch is edited, the dot on the bottom right of the screen will light up to indicate.
- Select a patch: Rotate the Value/Drum to scroll through patches.
- Edit patch: You can directly edit the current effect parameters in any mode. In Patch mode, after changing the current patch parameters, the dot at the bottom middle of the LCD screen lights up, it means that the current patch has been edited. If you save changes to the current patch or switch to another patch without saving, the dot will disappear.
- Save patch: Press the Save/Exit button once, the LCD Screen will display a patch position and will be flashing. Rotate Value/Drum to select a desired patch position. Press either Save/Exit or Value/Drum to confirm saving. Hold Save/Exit to cancel saving.