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Re: eventide dsp4000

Hello David
congrats for your DSP4K!!
The only way to get a manual for that is to contact Eventide directly; 
more info at : http://www.eventide.com/admin/manuals.htm
As far as input overload, you should tell me what patches give you this 
problem. The more specific you can be, the better I can help you.
The unit should work fine with input set at 0.0dB, unity level.
Also some routing choices in your Switchblade can cause the problem.
Eventide has a Customers Support and Forum, EVENTIDEHELPS, w/real time 
online conference support via Yahoo Messenger. I'll be glad to help you 
there if you subscribe. We are at:
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best regards
Italo De Angelis

>greetings fellow loopers !
>i have just picked up a DSP4000 for my guitar rig .... and i dont have 
>the manual.
>It 'lives' in my switchblade gl, and i am having problems with 
>overloading the inputs on some patches, i have [naturally] knocked 
>down the input gain on the eventide, but i was wondering why the 
>inpurt only overloads on some patches ....
>can anyone help ??
>one less than none