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Important Safety Instructions, The exclamation point within an equilateral triangle is intended 12 Use only with the cart stand tripod bracket or table. to alert the user to the presence of important operating and specified by the manufacturer or sold with. maintenance servicing instructions in this manual this apparatus When a cart is used use. caution when moving the cart apparatus, The lightning flash with arrowhead symbol within an equilateral. combination to avoid injury from tip over, triangle is intended to alert the user to the presence of. uninsulated dangerous voltage within the product s enclosure that may 13 Unplug this apparatus during lightning storms or. be of sufficient magnitude to constitute a risk of electric shock to humans when unused for long periods of time. CAUTION TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK DO NOT 14 Servicing is required when the apparatus has been damaged in any. REMOVE THE COVER NO USER SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE REFER way such as if a power supply cord or plug is damaged or liquid. SERVICING TO QUALIFIED PERSONNEL has been spilled or objects have fallen into the apparatus or if the. apparatus has been exposed to rain or moisture does not operate. CAUTION To reduce the risk of electric shock do not expose this. normally or has been dropped All PreSonus products in the USA. appliance to rain and moisture The apparatus shall not be. should be serviced at the PreSonus factory in Baton Rouge Louisiana. exposed to dripping or splashing liquids and no object filled with liquids. If your PreSonus product requires a repair contact support. such as vases shall be placed on the apparatus, presonus com to arrange for a return authorization number. CAUTION These service instructions are for use by qualified Customers outside the USA should contact their local distributor Your. service personnel only To reduce the risk of electric shock do not distributor s contact information is available at www presonus com. perform any servicing other than that contained in the operation. 15 The apparatus shall be connected to a Mains power outlet. instructions Repairs must be performed by qualified service personnel. with a protective grounding earthing connection,1 Read these instructions.
16 Where the Mains plug or an appliance coupler, 2 Keep these instructions is used as the disconnect device the disconnect. device shall remain readily operable,3 Heed all warnings. 4 Follow all instructions EU Directives on the Protection of the. Environment and Other Euro Stuff,5 Do not use this apparatus near water. RoHS This product is compliant with the EU Directive 2002 95 EG for. 6 Clean only with dry a cloth, the Restriction of the use of Certain Hazardous Substances in Electrical. 7 Do not block any ventilation openings Install in and Electronic Equipment No lead Pb cadmium Cd mercury Hg. accordance with the manufacturer s instructions hexavalent chromium Cr 6 PBB or PBDE is intentionally added to. this device Any traces of impurities of these substances contained. 8 Do not install near any heat sources such as radiators heat registers. in the parts are below the RoHS specified threshold levels. stoves or other apparatus including amplifiers that produce heat. REACh This product is compliant with the European Union Directive. 9 Do not defeat the safety purpose of the polarized or grounding type. EC1907 206 for the Registration Evaluation Authorization and. plug A polarized plug has two blades with one wider than. Restriction of chemicals REACh and contains none or less than 0 1 of. the other A grounding type plug has two blades and a third. the chemicals listed as hazardous chemicals in the REACh regulation. grounding prong The wide blade and the third prong are provided. for your safety If the provided plug does not fit into your outlet WEEE As with the disposal of all old electrical. consult an electrician for replacement of the obsolete outlet and electronic equipment this product is not to. be treated as regular household waste Instead it, 10 Protect the power cord from being walked on or pinched.
shall be handed over to the applicable collection,particularly at plugs convenience receptacles and. point for the recycling of electrical and electronic equipment. the point where they exit from the apparatus, CE This product complies with the European Union Council Directives. 11 Use only attachments accessories specified by PreSonus. and Standards relating to electromagnetic compatibility EMC Directive. 2006 95 EC and the Low Voltage Directive 2004 108 EC. AudioBox USB 5 0 Tutorials 30,5 1 Microphone Types 30. 1 0 Overview 1,5 1 1 Condenser 30,1 1 Introduction 1. 5 1 2 Dynamic 30,1 2 Summary of AudioBox USB,Hardware Features 2 5 1 3 USB Microphones and.
Other Types 30,1 3 Summary of Studio One Artist,Connecting. 5 1 4 Microphone Placement 31,Software Features 2,5 2 A Brief Tutorial on Dynamics. 1 4 What is in the Box 3,Processing 34,2 0 Hookup 4 5 2 1 Common Questions Regarding. Studio One Artist,Dynamics Processing 34, 2 1 Front Panel Connections 4 5 2 2 Types of Dynamic. 2 2 Rear Panel Connections 6 Processing 35,5 2 3 Compression Settings.
2 3 Basic Hookup Diagram 7,Some Starting Points 39. 3 0 Connecting to a 5 3 Equalizers 42,Computer 8 5 3 1 What is an EQ 42. System Requirements 8 5 3 2 Equalization Settings,Information. How to Find the Best and,3 2 Installation for Windows 9 Leave the Rest 44. 3 3 Installation for Mac OS X 11 5 3 3 General EQ Suggestions 47. Troubleshooting,and Warranty, 3 4 Using the AudioBox USB with Popular 5 4 Digital Effects 50.
Audio Applications 11 5 4 1 Reverb 50,3 5 Windows Control Panel 13 5 4 2 Delay 51. 5 4 3 Modulation Effects 51,4 0 Studio One Artist,Quick Start 15 6 0 Technical Information 52. 4 1 Installation and Authorization 15,6 1 AudioBox USB Specifications 52. 4 2 Enabling the Audio Driver 20,7 0 Troubleshooting and. Configuring MIDI Devices 21 Warranty 54,4 4 Creating a New Song 25 7 1 Troubleshooting 54.
4 5 Creating Audio Tracks 26 7 2 PreSonus AudioBox Limited. 4 6 Creating MIDI Tracks 28 Warranty 55, 4 7 Adding Virtual Instruments and Plug in Index 56. Effects to Your Song 29,PreSonus AudioBox USB,Current Sub Section. Current Section, 0 Overview Hookup Connecting Studio One Artist Tutorials Technical Troubleshooting. to a Information and Warranty,Owner s Manual Overview 1. Introduction 1 1,1 0 Overview,1 1 Introduction,Connecting.
Studio One Artist, Thank you for purchasing the PreSonus AudioBox USB PreSonus Audio. Electronics has designed the AudioBox USB utilizing high grade components. to ensure optimum performance that will last a lifetime Loaded with 2 high. headroom Class A microphone preamplifiers a built in 2x2 USB 1 1 recording. and playback engine MIDI I O and more AudioBox USB breaks new boundaries. for music performance and production All you need is a computer with a. USB connection a few microphones and cables powered speakers and your. instruments and you are ready to record in the studio or in front of a live audience. We encourage you to contact us with questions or comments regarding this. Information, product You can reach us by email at support presonus com or call us at 1 225. 216 7887 between 9 a m and 5 p m Central Time GMT 06 00 CST PreSonus. Audio Electronics is committed to constant product improvement and we. value your suggestions highly We believe the best way to achieve our goal of. Troubleshooting,and Warranty, constant product improvement is by listening to the real experts our valued. customers We appreciate the support you have shown us through the purchase. of this product and are confident that you will enjoy your AudioBox USB. ABOUT THIS MANUAL We suggest that you use this manual to familiarize yourself with the. features applications and correct connection procedures for your AudioBox before trying to. connect it to your computer This will help you avoid problems during installation and setup. Throughout this manual you will find Power User Tips that can quickly make you an. AudioBox USB expert In addition to the Power User Tips you will find an assortment. of audio tutorials at the back of this manual These tutorials cover everything from. microphone placement to equalizer and compression setting suggestions. 1 Overview PreSonus AudioBox USB,1 2 Summary of AudioBox USB Hardware Features. 1 2 Summary of AudioBox USB Hardware Features,24 bit 48 kHz sampling rate.
2 Class A microphone preamplifiers,2 Instrument inputs. 2x2 USB 1 1 audio interface,Connecting,Headphone output. Analog monitor mixing with playback input mix control. Rugged steel chassis,Studio One Artist,Studio One Artist. Compatible with Cubase Digital Performer Logic Nuendo. Pro Tools 9 Sonar Studio One and others,Mac OS X and Windows compatible. 1 3 Summary of Studio One Artist Software Features. All PreSonus audio interfaces include PreSonus Studio One Artist recording. software which comes with more than 6 GB of plug ins loops and samples. giving you everything you need for music recording and production The Studio. Information, One Artist Quick Start Guide is located in Section 4 1 of this manual You will.
find a complete user manual on the Studio One Artist installation DVD. Unlimited track count inserts and sends,Troubleshooting. and Warranty, 0 high quality native plug ins amp modeling Ampire delay Analog Delay. Beat Delay distortion Redlight Dist dynamics processing Channel Strip. Compressor Gate Expander Limiter Tricomp equalizer Channel Strip Pro EQ. modulation Autofilter Chorus Flange Phaser X Trem reverb MixVerb Room. Reverb and utility Binaural Pan Mixtool Phase Meter Spectrum Meter Tuner. ore than 6 GB of loops samples and instruments featuring Presence. virtual sample player Impact virtual drum machine SampleOne virtual. sampler Mojito virtual analog modeled subtractive synthesizer. Innovative and intuitive MIDI mapping, Powerful drag and drop functionality for faster workflow. Mac OS X and Windows compatible,Owner s Manual Overview 1. What is in the Box 1 4,1 4 What is in the Box,Your AudioBox USB package contains the following.
Connecting,PreSonus AudioBox USB recording interface. 6 1 8m USB cable,Studio One Artist,Software library containing. PreSonus Studio One Artist program DVD plus gigabytes of third party content. AudioBox driver and manual CD,Information,Troubleshooting. and Warranty,2 Hookup PreSonus AudioBox USB,2 1 Front Panel Connections. 2 0 Hookup,2 1 Front Panel Connections,Connecting, Microphone Instrument Inputs Both channels of the AudioBox USB have Mic.
Studio One Artist, Instrument combo jacks This convenient connector accepts either a inch phone. plug or an XLR plug, Microphone Inputs The XLR inputs on channels 1 and 2 are equipped with two. custom PreSonus microphone preamplifiers These preamps work great with all. types of microphones including dynamic ribbon and condenser microphones. Power User Tip Dynamic microphones and ribbon microphones which are a special type of. dynamic mic are generally lower output devices that with few exceptions require no external. power source Sending phantom power to a ribbon mic that doesn t require it can cause severe. damage to the mic usually beyond repair Condenser microphones are generally more sensitive. Information, than dynamic and ribbon microphones and typically require external 48V phantom power Always. review your microphone s documentation and follow its recommended operating practices. Instrument Inputs The inch TS connectors on channels 1 and 2. are for use with instruments guitar bass etc When an instrument. Troubleshooting,and Warranty, is plugged into the instrument input the mic preamp is bypassed. and the AudioBox USB becomes an instrument preamplifier. Power User Tip Active instruments are those that have an internal preamp or a line level output. Active instruments should be plugged into a line input rather than into an instrument input. Plugging a line level source into the instrument inputs on the front of the AudioBox USB not only. risks damage to these inputs but also results in a very loud and often distorted audio signal. Please note As with any audio input device plugging in a microphone or an instrument or. turning phantom power on or off will create a momentary spike in the audio output of your. AudioBox USB Because of this we highly recommend that you turn down the channel trim before. changing connections or turning phantom power on or off This simple step will add years to life of. your audio equipment, 48 volt Phantom Power The AudioBox USB provides 48V phantom power for the.
microphone input on each channel Press the 48V button to enable phantom power. for all microphone inputs, WARNING Phantom power is only required for condenser micro phones and. can severely damage some dynamic mics especially ribbon mics Therefore. switch phantom power off for all channels where it is not required. XLR connector wiring for phantom power,Owner s Manual Hookup 2. Front Panel Connections 2 1, Input Gain Trim Control These knobs provide the following gain structure. XLR Microphone Instrument inputs 40 dB of variable gain 10 to 30 dB. TS inch Instrument Level inputs 60 dB of variable gain 0 dB to 60 dB. AudioBox USB Owner s Manual www presonus com Overview Hookup Connecting to a Computer Tutorials Technical Information Troubleshooting and Warranty Studio One Artist English Fran ais Espa ol Deutsch 12 Use only with the cart stand tripod bracket or table specified by the manufacturer or sold with this apparatus When a cart is used use caution when moving the cart apparatus

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