I am still learning about this unit myself, but I have learned a lot more recently than I knew about it a month ago. So I will try to help. Yes the global settings apply to every preset, even though they appear in the setting when you edit any preset, if you change the global settings on one preset, it changes the global settings for all the presets. The reason for this is because the global settings deal with overall sound of the unit in relation to the mixer (or whatever) you are hooking it to. In other words, once you have the global setting dialed in, you want that to apply to all the settings, because they do not deal with specifics like harmonies, or keys, etc. Compression, Gate, and EQ are some of the global settings. And maybe I am misunderstanding the statement you made, but Global Settings are always on(by that I mean they apply to all presets, not that if the setting is set to Off that it is On). Reverb and Delay are NOT part of the global settings those can be changed on each preset.
In order to save your settings, click the edit button, make the changes to the setting that you want to change, then click the Store button, at this point you have the opportunity to change the name of the preset, then click Store again and you should get a message that says "Preset Store Successful". I hope this helps, if that doesn't work for you then maybe there is something wrong with your unit. Like I said I am no pro, but if that turns out to be the case, then one thing I would suggest would be to try to reset it to factory defaults, then see if that changes anything with your ability to save your edited presets.
So just to reiterate. Push "Edit", make changes, push "Store", then push "Store" again. And you should get a message "Preset Store Successful".
Another thing I would HIGHLY recommend is reading through pages 10 to 44 of the User Manual. It is helpful beyond belief. You will learn a lot about the settings and how they work by reading this. If you do not have the manual since you bought yours used, then here is a link to them. Trust me, you will thank me for advising to read this if you take the time to sit down with the unit and read this. If you have any questions feel free to ask, although like I said, I am still learning it myself. This is an absolutely amazing tool for vocalists and it can be a lot of fun to use is you can figure out how to use it correctly.
http://www.tc-helicon.com/download/manu … 102_US.pdf
Let me know if this helps you at all.
Last edited by KillingZoe (2012-07-28 13:31:47)