Yes, this is possible. If you set the patch selection mode to ''pre-select'', the sound will not change until you confirm the selection. This is useful when changing to a patch at a far removed memory number during a live performance. For details, see the section ''Changing the Way Patches Are Called Up'' on page 18 of the Operation Manual.
All drive effects such as overdrive, distortion, fuzz are produced by amplifying input signal. (not only ZOOM products) Therefore, a very little noise in guitar signal which comes from guitar pickup or guitar cable will be amplified together. To minimize noise level, please adjust ZNR parameter properly.
Connecting the Expression Pedal FP02 allows you to control any effect parameter in real time. While playing your guitar, you can not only adjust volume, pedal wah, and pedal pitch with your foot, but you can even control the gain of distortion effects, the modulation rate, and the delay/reverb mix amount.
Since the unit is recognized as a standard audio interface, other DAW software besides ZFX Tools and Live Lite 7 can be used. You may also perform audio playback through the unit using Windows Media Player or Apple iTunes and play along with your favorite tunes. For information on settings for DAW software besides Cubase, consult the respective manufacturer.
If the DAW application has an echo-back function (routing the input signal through to the output during recording), be sure to turn this function off. If the function is enabled, the direct output from the G1u and the throughput signal from the DAW application are heard together, which causes the flanger-like sound.
Basic audio performance specs such as 24 bit/96 kHz A/D/A conversion and 32-bit effect algorithm processing using ZOOM's proprietary ZFX-3 DSP chip are similar. However, the effect module configuration, number of effect parameters, effect parameter setting range and other aspects are different, and there is no dedicated algorithm for line output.
Testing has shown that the unit will operate properly with such batteries, but depending on the charge status and usage conditions, battery performance may not be optimal, and correct operation is not assured. ZOOM recommends the use of 1.5 V alkaline batteries.
* Battery life will differ according to the charge status of the rechargeable batteries. When the battery alert appears, you should change the batteries as soon as possible.
''Live Lite 7'' is an OEM product supplied by Ableton AG. ''Live Lite 7'' operation is not covered by ZOOM Corporation support. For information on use, refer to reference books for full-version "Live 7" available on the market.