Source-audio Hot Hand Phaser/Flanger User Manual

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Page 1 - Users Guide

Motion Controlled Phaser/FlangerUsers GuideTMSA-102

Page 2 - Contents

If ENVELOPE has been selected as the MOD SOURCE, the MOTION/SPEED knob sets how fast the envelope signal rises and falls in response to the guitar inp

Page 3 - Welcome!

Connections SENSOR IN Connect the Hot Hand here directly or using the supplied EXTENSION CABLE.GUITAR IN This is where you connect your guitar to the

Page 4 - Quick Start


Page 5

Effect Types | 2524 | Effect Types Effect TypesFollowing are descriptions of the different effect types we programmed into the Hot Hand box. Note

Page 6 - Features

Back Page Features and Controls | 2726 | Back Page Features and ControlsBack Page Features and ControlsWe have tried to balance the conflicting req

Page 7 - Modulation Sources

Back Page Features and Controls | 2928 | Back Page Features and ControlsHot Hand x and y-axis interchange (Effect=Phaser 05)The Hot Hand sensor us

Page 8 - Expression input

KNOCK control (Effect=Envelope)This parameter enables the unit to be toggled between effect on and effect off by tapping the sensor wearing hand again

Page 9 - EFFECT Knob

Factory Presets | 3332 | Sequencer Controls Length (Effect=Flanger 05)The sequence length selection. The selections are: DEPTH Knob Length


LIMITED WARRANTYSource Audio, LLC (hereinafter “Source Audio”) warrants that your new Source Audio Hot Hand Control Box, when purchased at an authoriz

Page 11 - Connections

SA-102© Source Audio LLC 120 Cummings Park, Woburn, MA 01801 www.sourceaudio.netAbout Source AudioSource Audio was founded in January 2005 by former

Page 12 - Saving Presets

Please Read This FirstImportant Safety Information• WARNING! Before using unit, be sure to read the owners manual and other warnings below.• CAUT

Page 13 - Effect Types

Overview of Features | 5Overview of FeaturesMOTION CONTROLMotion control with Hot Hand™, which uses patent-pending technology to translate your bo

Page 14

01 : PowerThe first thing you will need is power. Your Hot Hand™ unit comes with 4 AA batteries to get you started. The batteries will typically last

Page 15 - LFO/SEQ)

06: How to select and control the effectsPreset SelectionMake sure effects are engaged by checking the ON/OFF light. Toggle the ON/OFF pedal to turn i

Page 16 - Sequencer Controls

FeaturesThe Hot Hand ConceptThe Hot Hand provides a new way to control effects. It is no longer necessary to stand over a pedal board. The movement o

Page 17 - Factory Presets

Modulation SourcesThe effects may be swept (or modulated) from any of a variety of control sig-nals. The MOD SOURCE knob does the selection, and the a

Page 18 - Specifications

LFOPhasers and flangers are typically controlled by an automatically slowly vary-ing signal called a Low Frequency Oscillator (LFO). An LFO may be sele

Page 19 - About Source Audio

DEPTH KnobThe DEPTH knob sets how much of the selected modulation source is used to modify the frequency responses that are created by the Phaser or F

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