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  • Page 1 Operation Manual Part 2: Operations...
  • Page 2: This Operation Manual Consists Of Two Parts: Part 1 And Part

    ) ...Press this button to view a function tree diagram. Since an item is provided for each function screen, you can quickly access an This guide provides an overview of the RIVAGE PM10 system, and explains step by step how to set explanation for the function of interest.
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Using PHONES..................97 Setting or defeating pairing on the panel ..........31 RTA (Real Time Analyzer) ..................99 Setting or defeating pairing on the SELECTED CHANNEL VIEW screen... 32 Using the Real Time Analyzer ..............99 RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual...
  • Page 4 DCA Roll-out function ................142 Storing a scene..................197 About mute groups....................143 Automatic suggestion of scene numbers and names ......... 198 Assigning channels to mute groups............143 Updating a scene ....................198 Initializing channels ..................... 146 RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual...
  • Page 5 File ....................216 Adjusting the input/output gain................252 SAVE/LOAD......................216 Saving the RIVAGE PM10 system’s settings on a USB flash drive ....216 Console Status .................. 253 Loading a file from a USB flash drive..............218 Setting the date and time of the internal clock ............ 253 Editing the files saved on the USB flash drive ............
  • Page 6 WORD CLOCK TO STEREO DELAY COMPENSATION DCA / MUTE ASSIGN PATCH BUS SETUP INPUT MIDI / GPI ALL DCA OUTPUT PREFERENCES ALL MUTE DIRECT OUT CUSTOM FADER SIGNAL FLOW RECORDING USER DEFINED KNOBS NAME CH STRIP ENCODERS RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual...
  • Page 7: Selected Channel Section

    10 mute operations. SCENE MEMORY section ➔ page 11 TO ST [A]/[B] keys USER DEFINED KEYS/KNOBS section ➔ page 12 Switch on or off the signal sent from the channel to stereo bus A or B. RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual...
  • Page 8 ] (Phase) key [INC]/[DEC] keys Reverses the phase of the input signal. Switch channels to edit parameters. DELAY [ON] key Switches Delay on or off. DELAY display Indicates the delay value. [DELAY] knob Sets the delay value. RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual...
  • Page 9 Indicates the Dynamics parameters. LPF/HPF [ON] keys DYNAMICS 1/2 [ON] key Switch the LPF and HPF on or off respectively. Switches Dynamics on or off. LPF/HPF [SLOPE] keys Switch the LPF and HPF slope settings respectively. RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual...
  • Page 10: Utility Section

    USB flash drive’s write-protect setting is turned off before you save data onto the USB flash drive. For the latest information on USB flash drives that can be used with the system, visit the Yamaha Pro Audio website at: http://www.yamahaproaudio.com/ NOTICE...
  • Page 11: Scene Memory Section

    [SYSTEM] key [UNDO] key Press this key to display information about the RIVAGE PM10 system on the touch screens. Cancels the most recent scene Press and hold down the key for two seconds or longer to shut down the control section of the...
  • Page 12: User Defined Keys/knobs Section

    NOTE • If the touch screens become dirty, wipe them with a soft dry cloth. • Before use, be sure to remove the transparent film applied to the touch screens to protect them during transport. RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual...
  • Page 13: Channel Strip Section (bay L, Bay R, Bay C)

    • ALTERNATE CUE • ENCODER PARAMETER [SEL] key Enables you to select the channel that will be controlled in the Channel Strip section or on the display. When the channel is selected, the key LED will light. RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual...
  • Page 14 Selects the channel for cue. [SENDS ON FADER] key Turns SENDS ON FADER mode on and off. INPUT [1-72]/[73-144] keys Enable you to select an input layer. OUTPUT [MIX]/[MATRIX] keys Enable you to select an output layer. RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual...
  • Page 15: Front Panel Of The Control Surface (cs-r10)

    To put away the hanger, turn the knob clockwise to unlock it, and then push it in. PHONES A/B [LEVEL] knobs Adjust the level of the signal output from the PHONES OUT jacks respectively. PHONES A/B output jacks These are headphone jacks for monitoring the MONITOR or CUE signal. RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual...
  • Page 16: Rear Panel Of The Control Surface (cs-r10)

    Female XLR plug 2 (hot) 3 (Cold) LAMP jacks These four 4-pin female XLR output connectors are used to supply power to Yamaha LA1L gooseneck lamps supplied with the unit. 1 (ground) MIDI OUT/IN jacks These connectors are used to transmit and receive MIDI messages to/from external MIDI AES/EBU jacks devices.
  • Page 17 If the problem persists after you take the following actions, please contact your Yamaha dealer. • Turn the power to the RIVAGE PM10 system off and then on. • Make sure that the cables are connected properly.
  • Page 18: Precautions Regarding Using The Network Connector

    Precautions regarding using the NETWORK connector The NETWORK connector on the rear panel of each component of the RIVAGE PM10 system will be supported by a future update. Do not connect these connectors to any devices other than supported devices (such as a computer that is used to update the firmware).
  • Page 19: Faders And Fader Layers

    For example, if you select LAYER [IN 1-12], you will be able to use the [SEL]1 key to control input channel 1. If you select LAYER [IN 25-36], you will be able to use the same [SEL]1 key to control input channel 25. RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual...
  • Page 20: Selected Channel Concepts

    Selected channel concepts INPUT [1-72]/[73-144] keys Enable you to select an input layer. The RIVAGE PM10 system enables you to select a specific channel to control or for which to display mixing parameters. OUTPUT [MIX]/[MATRIX] keys Enable you to select an output layer.
  • Page 21: Selecting Channels On Screen

    If you use the [FADER BANK]>[SEL] LINK function specified in the PREFERENCES window, you will be able to automatically switch to the selected channel in each bank (a channel selected most recently) while switching between fader banks. RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual...
  • Page 22: Linking Selected Channels

    [SEL] keys (hardware), and to set up the link between [SEL] keys and the bays. You can also specify whether the hardware [SEL] key selection will be linked with cue operations (page 222). On-screen On-screen On-screen Selected channel selected channel selected channel selected channel via hardware RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual...
  • Page 23: Basic Touch Screen Operations

    • Selection of the fader layer touch screen while continuing to press down. ■ [SYSTEM] key operations Press this key to display information about the RIVAGE PM10 system on the center touch screens. The SYSTEM CONFIG popup window (page 47) will open.
  • Page 24: Shut Down (power-off Procedure)

    Shut down (power-off procedure) On-screen user interface Before you shut down the control surface, Yamaha recommends that you store the current status to This section explains various user interface components shown in the touch screens, and how to use scene memory.
  • Page 25 The highlighted item in the middle of the list is the item that is selected for operation. Press the screen encoders located below the list to scroll the list upward or downward. NOTE You can also scroll the list up or down by using the [TOUCH AND TURN] knob. RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual...
  • Page 26 Dialog boxes Dialog boxes similar to the following enable you to confirm operations you just performed. Press the OK button to execute the operation. The operation will be canceled if you press the CANCEL button. RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual...
  • Page 27: Main Area

    For details about this screen, see page Popup Main area windows ■ OVERVIEW screen This screen shows the main parameters of 12 channels selected as a layer. Channel name area For details about this screen, see page RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual...
  • Page 28: Menu Bar

    Yellow: Only POWER A or B is enabled. SETUP Red: Error (inoperative fan, etc.) When you press this button, the SETUP screen will appear, enabling you to make basic and user-specific settings for the RIVAGE PM10 system. RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual...
  • Page 29: Channel Name Area

    CUE A/B channels switch layers, you can configure this arrangement by selecting [FADER BANK] > [SEL] LINK in the PREFERENCES settings. • FULL SCREEN (Full-screen display) The METER screen is displayed full-screen in the main area. RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual...
  • Page 30: Entering Names

    Deletes and copies the string of characters that are selected (highlighted) in the text box. • PASTE button Inserts the string of characters copied by COPY or CUT at the cursor location (or overwrites the currently-selected range of characters). RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual...
  • Page 31: Pairing

    MIX1(MATRIX1) L CH PRE DYNA2 PRE FADER POST FADER POST ON PRE FILTER PRE EQ to MIX2(MATRIX2) PRE DYNA1 R CH PRE DYNA2 PRE FADER POST FADER POST ON BALANCE to MIX3-72(MATRIX3-36) (same as above) RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual...
  • Page 32: Setting Or Defeating Pairing On The Selected Channel View Screen

    MATRIX1 LEVEL Select the channel pairing direction, and then press the OK button. MATRIX2 To defeat pairing, press the pair button once again. MATRIX (STEREO) to OUTPUT PATCH LEVEL OUTPUT PATCH MATRIX1 BALANCE LEVEL MATRIX2 BALANCE RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual...
  • Page 33 CONTENTS FUNCTION MAP Basic Operations  Pairing A window will be displayed, asking you to confirm that you want to defeat pairing. Press the OK button. The pairing setting will be defeated. RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual...
  • Page 34: About The Selected Channel View Screen

    NOTE • If channels are paired for stereo, the PAN knob will be replaced with the BALANCE knob. • If MIX/MATRIX channels are paired, the OUTPUT BALANCE knob will appear for the selected channel. RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual...
  • Page 35 INPUT A/B switch buttons solidity and power, and “RED” for sparkling Switch between INPUT A and energy. INPUT B. PATCH popup button Press this button to access the patching popup window. The button will indicate the patch setting. RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual...
  • Page 36 Direct Out patch popup button Press this button to access the INSERT/D.OUT EQ ON/OFF button (1CH) popup window (page 120). The Direct Out Switches the EQ on or off. level value will appear to the left of the button. RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual...
  • Page 37 This field displays the DCA or mute group to which the channel is assigned. DCA/mute group popup button Indicates the DCA and mute group to which the channel is assigned. Press this button to access the DCA/MUTE ASSIGN (1CH) popup window. RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual...
  • Page 38 For details on the abbreviation of the dynamics processor types, refer to page 116. ON button Switches the dynamics processor on or off. Threshold Specifies the threshold. Parameters Indicate the values of parameters that vary depending on the currently-selected dynamics type. RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual...
  • Page 39 SENDS FROM popup window. If a MATRIX channel is selected, press the button to open the SENDS FROM popup window. On with PRE On with POST Off with PRE Off with POST RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual...
  • Page 40: About The Overview Screen

    Selected channel M/S indicator Appears when the M/S Decode Indicator function is enabled. Unselected channel Channel with Isolate ON Channel with Cue ON Indicating the status of patching Indicates L/R channel numbers if the channels are paired. RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual...
  • Page 41 This field displays the delay status of the corresponding input channel or output channels. Press this abbreviated name and GATE indicators that are displayed, see (page 117). field to open the DELAY popup (12CH) popup window. DELAY ON/OFF indicator Indicates the on/off status of the delay. RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual...
  • Page 42 A mute group (1–12) to which the channel is assigned is displayed on the third row in this field. If the channel has been temporarily removed (SAFE) from the mute group, the corresponding indicator will be highlighted. Press this field to open the DCA/MUTE ASSIGN (1CH) popup window (page 145). RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual...
  • Page 43: About The Setup Screen

    (page 62). The SETUP screen enables you to set various parameters that apply to the entire RIVAGE PM10 system. Press the SETUP button on the menu bar to access the SETUP screen. The screen contains BUS SETUP popup button...
  • Page 44 Press this button to access the SAVE/LOAD popup window, in which you can save or load Executes the Console Lock function. If the console password has been set, pressing this button will various system data sets configured on the RIVAGE PM10 system. open the PASSWORD popup window. Enter the correct password to execute Console Lock (page 256).
  • Page 45: System Config

    When the control surface detects that a new device (DSP engine, I/O rack) is connected, it RIVAGE PM10 system, and the audio channels that are assigned to the TWINLANe network. As determines whether data synchronization is needed; if data synchronization is needed, the necessary, you can also set the internal parameters of each component.
  • Page 46 Press the SYSTEM CONFIG button to access the SYSTEM CONFIG popup window. OTHER DSP button When you press this button, a popup window appears, in which you can assign the number of channels used by the OTHER DSP. RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual...
  • Page 47 POWER A and B (green: power on, red: power off). If +48V MASTER is on, the indicator on the device icon is lit. The number of output channels for the TWINLANe network is shown below the button. RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual...
  • Page 48 When a Mini-YGDAI card is using high sampling (88.2 kHz, 96 kHz), these buttons enable Press the APPLY button to apply the channel settings to the TWINLANe you to select the operating mode as DOUBLE SPEED, DOUBLE CHANNEL, or SINGLE for network. IN and OUT respectively. RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual...
  • Page 49 Channel assign popup buttons (STEREO/MATRIX/MONITOR/CUE/TB) When you press a button, an TWINLANe CONFIGURATION popup window appears, in which you can assign the STEREO channel, MATRIX channel, MONITOR, CUE, or TALKBACK to the TWINLANe network (page 50). RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual...
  • Page 50 Each settings window contains the following items.....Currently not assigned to the TWINLANe network, and selected for assignment. ALL OFF button When you press this button, all channels assigned to TWINLANe are selected for cancellation in a single operation. RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual...
  • Page 51 Press the SYSTEM CONFIG button to access the SYSTEM CONFIG popup window. The I/Os for the control surface are assigned as part of the DSP engine on the RIVAGE PM10 system. Therefore, you do not need to assign channels to the TWINLANe network.
  • Page 52 Meter (Pre GC) This meter indicates the level of signals after passing through analog gain (before GC). Meter (channel input) This meter indicates the level of signals after passing through GC (before D.GAIN). RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual...
  • Page 53 Adjust the setting in 1.0 dB units by turning the knob, or adjust the setting in 0.1 dB units by turning the knob while pressing it. The current value is shown immediately below the knob. RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual...
  • Page 54 If the scale is set to ms, the delay time value above the knob is not shown. PHASE button Switches the phase of the output signal. SRC button Switches the sampling rate converter on/off for each pair of channels. RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual...
  • Page 55 Switches the phase of the input signal. NOTE This is an internal SLOT parameter. It is different than the Ф parameter within the channel module of the control surface. Tabs Switch the input and output display in units of eight channels. RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual...
  • Page 56 Adjust the setting in 1.0 dB units by turning the knob, or adjust the setting in 0.1 dB units by turning the knob while pressing it. The current value is shown immediately below the knob. RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual...
  • Page 57 This meter indicates the level of signals after passing through analog gain. SILK ON button Switches SILK on or off. RED/BLUE selection button Switches the character of Silk processing between the powerful BLUE and the sparkling RED. SILK [TEXTURE] knob Adjusts the TEXTURE parameter of Silk. RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual...
  • Page 58: Offline Settings

    Devices being edited offline are indicated as “VIRTUAL” in yellow. Press the I/O rack select popup button to access the I/O SELECT popup window. Press the SYSTEM CONFIG button to access the SYSTEM CONFIG popup window. RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual...
  • Page 59 You will return to the SYSTEM CONFIG popup window. To cancel, press the CANCEL button. If you want to add another I/O rack, repeat steps 3–4. Press the mounted I/O rack select popup button to access the I/O rack settings popup window. RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual...
  • Page 60 HY card (page 61). When you finish adding cards, press the × button to close the I/O rack settings Press the RY SLOT popup button to access the RY CARD SELECT popup window. window. RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual...
  • Page 61 Select the HY card that you want to use. BLANK button BLANK button Use this if you do not want to mount anything. Use this button if you do not want to mount anything. Tabs Switch between pages in the list of Mini-YGDAI cards. RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual...
  • Page 62: Delay Compensation

    OUTPUT INSERTS COMPENSATE button Press this button to automatically compensate the timing among channels by inserting a delay into each output channel. Due to this compensation, all output channel signals will be delayed by 312 samples. RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual...
  • Page 63: Word Clock

    RIVAGE PM10 system. If the sampling frequency is close, this status may be displayed even if not synchronized.
  • Page 64 MASTER CLOCK SELECT field, this indicates that the RIVAGE PM10 system is operating correctly with the new clock. • If the indicator for the selected clock does not turn light blue, make sure that the external device is correctly connected, and that the external device is set to transmit clock data.
  • Page 65: Bus Setup

    A confirmation dialog box will appear if you attempt to change the clock source setting. To close the WORD CLOCK popup window, press the “x” symbol located in the upper right. The system will return to the SETUP screen. Press the BUS SETUP tab. RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual...
  • Page 66 This button will be displayed only if SIGNAL TYPE is STEREO and set to VARI. If the button is on, the signals routed to the corresponding channels will link with the TO STEREO pan setting. Tabs Enable you to select MIX1-36, MIX37-72, or MATRIX bus. RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual...
  • Page 67: Send Point (input Specifying The Send Point For Each Input Channel)

    Immediately before the filter PRE EQ Immediately before the EQ PRE DYNA1 Immediately before DYNAMICS1 Press the SEND POINT (INPUT) tab. The screen contains the following items. PRE DYNA2 Immediately before DYNAMICS2 PRE FADER Immediately before the fader RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual...
  • Page 68: Send Point (output Specifying The Send Point For Each Mix Channel/stereo Channel)

    Press the BUS SETUP button to open the BUS SETUP popup window. This window includes several pages, which you can switch between using the tabs located at the top of the window. Press the SEND POINT (OUTPUT) tab. The screen contains the following items. RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual...
  • Page 69 You can select the send point for each channel. These buttons correspond to the following parameters. Button Send Point PRE FILTER Immediately before the filter PRE EQ Immediately before the EQ PRE DYNA Immediately before DYNAMICS PRE DELAY Immediately before DELAY PRE FADER Immediately before the fader RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual...
  • Page 70: Patching

    Use the knob in the lower left corner to display the input channels. Press the desired grid cell to patch a desired channel. NOTE You can patch a single input port to multiple input channels, but you cannot patch multiple input ports to a single input channel. RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual...
  • Page 71: Patching The Output Ports

    Indicates the channels that will be assigned to the output port. Grid This grid lets you patch output ports (horizontal lines) to output channels (vertical columns). Currently-patched grids are indicated by white squares. Press or click a desired grid to set or disable the patch. RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual...
  • Page 72: Changing The Name

    Indicate the current name of channels, DCAs and MUTE group. Press one of these buttons to Press this button to hide the icon. display the keyboard window or icon edit window, in which you can edit the name. RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual...
  • Page 73 Press the TAB button to switch to the next channel. You can also press the ENTER button to press the keyboard switch button in the upper part of the window. close the popup window in the same way as using the “x” symbol. RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual...
  • Page 74: Using The Monitor Function

    Monitor signals can be sent to any desired output jack or output channel. If you are monitoring The RIVAGE PM10 system features two monitor outputs (MONITOR A and MONITOR B). You through headphones, make sure that your headphones are connected to the front panel can select the monitor source and set the output level for each monitor output individually.
  • Page 75: Monitor

    Press this button to interrupt the monitor signal by the cue signal. If this button is on and the cue is enabled, the cue signal will be sent to the monitor output. Meters This field indicates the output level of the monitor L/R/C channels. RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual...
  • Page 76 Indicate the monitor output destination slot or port for the L, C and R channels respectively. Press these buttons to access the OUTPUT PATCH popup window. MONITOR OUTPUT button Switches Monitor Out on or off. MONITOR FADER LEVEL knobs Adjusts the monitor fader level. RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual...
  • Page 77 Press this button to close the popup window and return to the previous screen. STA L, STB L STEREO A L channel and STEREO B L channel signals TALKBACK TALKBACK signal DIRECT IN1-16 Signals directly input from the external terminals RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual...
  • Page 78 Enable you to select to which channel (L/R/C) the monitor signal is input. CLEAR ALL button Press this button to clear all selections. CLOSE button Press this button to close the popup window and return to the previous screen. RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual...
  • Page 79 When you have selected an output port, press the CLOSE button to close the popup window. In the same way, specify the output ports for MONITOR OUT L, R, and C. NOTE If desired, you can specify output ports only for MONITOR OUT L and R to monitor through two speakers. RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual...
  • Page 80: Inserting A Plug-in Into Monitor Signals

    Press the INSERT button to access the MONITOR INSERT popup window. Press the MONITOR popup button or the meter field to open the MONITOR If effects have already been inserted, the EDIT window for the plug-ins will appear. SETTINGS popup window. RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual...
  • Page 81 Press the MOUNT popup button to access the INSERT MOUNT window. Press the desired insert plug-in button. Press the OK button. Edit the effect parameters as desired. For details on editing the effect parameters, refer to “Controlling the parameters of a plug-in” (page 160). RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual...
  • Page 82: About Cue Mode And Solo Mode

    The cue/solo signals of DCAs make up this group. To enable Cue/Solo for this group, in the Channel Strip section, press the [DCA] key, and The RIVAGE PM10 features two cue outputs: CUE A and CUE B. then press the desired [CUE] key.
  • Page 83: Using The Cue Function

    CUE MODE buttons Enable you to specify the operation mode when multiple [CUE] keys are on. • MIX CUE mode.... All selected channels will be cue-monitored. • LAST CUE mode..Only most recently selected channel will be cue-monitored. RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual...
  • Page 84 If this button is on, the TO STEREO PAN setting will be applied to the pan setting of the & signal sent from input channels to the CUE bus. • PFL TRIM knob Specifies the monitor levels when PFL is selected. Use the screen encoder to adjust the value. RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual...
  • Page 85 • EQ ON button Switches the EQ on or off. CUE OUT PATCH button Press this button to access the PORT SELECT popup window, in which you can select output ports to patch to the cue out L/R channels. RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual...
  • Page 86 Cue group to which the last-cued signal belongs will be turned on, allowing only the signals of that Cue group to be monitored. However, if CUE OPERATION MODE is set to BAY and if LAST CUE is selected, the cue setting in each bay will be active individually. RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual...
  • Page 87: Using The Solo Function

    • You can also assign the function of the CLEAR CUE button to a USER DEFINED key If you want to exclude certain channels or groups from Solo operations, press (page 232). the SOLO SAFE popup button to open the SOLO SAFE popup window. RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual...
  • Page 88 To defeat Solo, press the currently-on SOLO ON/OFF button once again. NOTE If you select the LAST CUE button to switch from LAST CUE mode to MIX CUE mode (or vice versa), all previously-enabled Cue (Solo) signals will be defeated. RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual...
  • Page 89: Oscillator

    OSCILLATOR popup button Enables you to access the OSCILLATOR popup window, in which you can make detailed The RIVAGE PM10 features two oscillators that output individual sine waves with different oscillator settings. frequencies to any buses. Also, LPF and HPF are provided for noise output.
  • Page 90: Oscillator

    Enables you to set the oscillator parameters. The controllers and their functions in this field vary depending on the operating mode 1. The default frequency is 1 kHz for the odd channel and 400 Hz for the even channel. Two meters (odd and even) will be displayed. RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual...
  • Page 91 The displayed parameters will vary depending on the oscillator selected in the MODE field. To value. control the knobs shown in the parameter field, use the corresponding screen encoders. Level Pink noise output INTERVAL WIDTH Time The BURST NOISE button is turned on. RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual...
  • Page 92: Using Talkback

    Lights up when +48V phantom power is supplied to the TALKBACK jack. TALKBACK LEVEL knob Adjusts the input level of the mic connected to the TALKBACK jack. TALKBACK [ON] key Switches the Talkback function on or off. RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual...
  • Page 93 • ANALOG GAIN knob Sets the analog gain of the TALKBACK jack. Use the screen encoder to adjust the value. • TALKBACK IN level meter Indicates the level of signals after the input gain at the TALKBACK jack. RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual...
  • Page 94: Talkback

    • INPUT TO TALKBACK patch button GROUPS popup window. Press the button to open the INPUT PATCH popup window, in which you can patch a desired input port to talkback. The selected port name will appear on the button. RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual...
  • Page 95 Hot and Cold output impedance of an external device connected to the INPUT jack. DEFINE 1–8 buttons Press these buttons to access the bus selection popup window, in which you can select the signal destination. Press the target DEFINE button to access the TALKBACK ASSIGN popup window. RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual...
  • Page 96 If this button is on, you’ll be able to add a bus by using the corresponding [SEL] key. CLEAR ALL button Press this button to clear all selections. CLOSE button Press this button to close the popup window and return to the previous screen. RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual...
  • Page 97: Phones

    Adjusts the output level at the PHONES output jack. • PHONES LEVEL LINK (Headphone Level Link function) You can adjust the level of the signal sent to the PHONE output jack using the MONITOR LEVEL knob. RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual...
  • Page 98: Phones

    Indicates the mount status of the currently-selected rack. If nothing is selected, the button will indicate “BLANK. ” Press this button to display the window, in which you can set the insert for the PHONES signal. INSERT ON button Switches the insert on or off. RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual...
  • Page 99: Rta (real Time Analyzer)

    Press the RTA popup button to access the RTA popup window. RTA popup window The RIVAGE PM10 features a real time analyzer (RTA), which provides visual feedback of the frequency spectrum of cued sources for 1/12 octaves (121 bands). The RTA accepts a single-channel signal, and enables you to switch between inputs A and B. If you select A+B MIX, the signal with higher levels will be displayed.
  • Page 100 BALLISTICS field • BALLISTICS button If this button is on, you will be able to add rate of decay to the analyzed frequency response graph. • FAST/SLOW switch button Switches the decay rate of graph rendering (FAST/SLOW). RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual...
  • Page 101 If this button is on, you will be able to add rate of decay to the analyzed frequency response graph. graph. • FAST/SLOW switch button • FAST/SLOW switch button Switches the decay rate of graph rendering (FAST/SLOW). Switches the decay rate of graph rendering (FAST/SLOW). RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual...
  • Page 102: Meters

    This screen shows the meters for all input channels, output channels, Stereo A/B, and Cue A/B To switch the metering point, use the METERING POINT field (page 104). simultaneously. NOTE If you press part of the cue meters when the cue is on, the cue will be canceled. RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual...
  • Page 103: Using The Meter Screen

    Use these tabs to switch between the INPUT METER screen and OUTPUT METER screen. FULL SCREEN METER (OUTPUT) screen This screen shows the meters for all output channels, Stereo A/B, CUE A/B, and MONITOR A/B simultaneously. RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual...
  • Page 104 If you turn the channel [ON] key off, the corresponding fader will be grayed out. NOTE Press any part of the meter area to recall the corresponding fader layer to the panel. RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual...
  • Page 105: Ch Parameter

    “BLUE” for solidity and power, and “RED” for sparkling energy. [DIGITAL GAIN] knob Sets the digital gain of the channel. GC indicator Lights up when GC (GAIN COMPENSATION) is enabled. ] (Phase) key Reverses the phase of the input signal. RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual...
  • Page 106 Meter (channel input) This meter indicates the level after passing through GC (before D.GAIN). Meter (post digital gain) This meter indicates the level after passing through digital gain. button Switches the phase of the input signal. RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual...
  • Page 107 When you finish making settings, press the X symbol in the upper right of the ANALOG GAIN knob in the window. SELECTED CHANNEL VIEW screen SILK [TEXTURE] knob in the SELECTED CHANNEL VIEW screen DIGITAL GAIN knob in the SELECTED CHANNEL VIEW screen RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual...
  • Page 108 Signal level that flows on the TWINLANe network when gain compensation is on The RIVAGE PM10 features a full-parametric channel EQ (4-band for input and 8-band for output). If gain compensation is turned on, changing the analog gain will cause the signal being output to the...
  • Page 109: Using Eq

    [ON] key Switches EQ on or off. [SHELF] key Switches the shelving filter on/off. Display Indicates the selected EQUALIZER parameter. [Q] knob Specifies the Q value. [FREQUENCY] knob Sets the frequency. [GAIN] knob Sets the gain. RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual...
  • Page 110 LPF FREQUENCY knob Indicates the cutoff frequency of the LPF. Use the screen encoder to adjust the value. LPF type select button Enables you to set the LPF attenuation per octave to −6 dB/oct, or −12 dB/oct. RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual...
  • Page 111 Turn on this button to switch the LOW band to a shelving type filter. HIGH SHELVING ON/OFF button Turn on this button to switch the HIGH band to a shelving type filter. BYPASS button Temporarily bypasses the EQ. RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual...
  • Page 112 Enable you to select the channel that you want to operate. The current channel icon, channel number, channel name, and color appear on the button. EQ graph This field graphically indicates the approximate EQ/filter response. Tabs Use these tabs to select a channel that you want to view on the screen. RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual...
  • Page 113: Using Dynamics

    LEGACY COMP This is a standard compressor that has been equipped with many of DYNAMICS 1/2 IN LED Yamaha’s legacy digital mixers, such as PM1D and PM5D. Indicates the DYNAMICS input level. Comp 260 This is an analog-flavored compressor built using Yamaha’s proprietory DYNAMICS 1/2 GR LED VCM (Virtual Circuitry Modeling) technology.
  • Page 114 This orange bar graph indicates the amount of gain reduction produced by the dynamics processor. Dynamics processor type Indicates the abbreviated name of the currently-selected dynamics processor type. Threshold The horizontal line indicates the currently-specified threshold value and its approximate position in the GR meter. RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual...
  • Page 115 Indicate the dynamics parameter values. Use the corresponding screen encoder to adjust the value. DYNAMICS ON/OFF button The type of parameters will vary depending on the currently-selected dynamics processor Switches the dynamics processor on or off. type. RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual...
  • Page 116 Each abbreviated name means as follows: LC: LEGACY COMP C2: COMP260 GT: GATE DS: DE-ESSER EX: EXPANDER DK: DUCKING RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual...
  • Page 117 0 dB — reduction Use the corresponding screen encoder or the [TOUCH AND TURN] knob to adjust the EQ parameters. Tabs Use these tabs to select a channel that you want to view on the screen. RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual...
  • Page 118: Insert/d.out (insert/direct Out)

    INSERT 1/2 [ON] keys Press the MOUNT popup button to access the MOUNT popup window. Switch the INSERT1 and INSERT2 on or off respectively. RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual...
  • Page 119 Indicates the level of the signal being output from the insert and the level of the signal being input to the insert. Press the INSERT OUT patch select popup button to access the OUTPUT PATCH popup window. Specify the output port that you want to use as the insert out. RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual...
  • Page 120 Press the INSERT/DIRECT OUT field for the channel into which you want to insert: The INSERT/D.OUT popup window appears. There are two types of INSERT/D.OUT popup window: 1CH, and 12CH INSERT 1/2. Each window contains the following items. RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual...
  • Page 121: Ch Insert 1/2

    Press this button to display the edit screen for the assigned plug-in. Press the INSERT block button to which you want to assign the external device: The MOUNT screen appears. Follow steps 5–11 on page 119. Follow steps 5–11 on page 119. RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual...
  • Page 122: Directly Outputting An Input Channel

    Indicates the currently-selected port. If nothing is selected, the button indicates ----. Press this button to access the patch window. DIRECT OUT ON button Switches direct out on/off. The currently-specified Direct Out point is indicated in the lower part of the button. RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual...
  • Page 123: Ch D.out

    DIRECT OUT LEVEL knob Indicates the output level of the Direct Out. You can press this knob and then use the screen encoder or the [TOUCH AND TURN] knob to adjust the level. RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual...
  • Page 124: Patching Multiple Direct Outs Simultaneously

    Press a grid cell to patch the corresponding channel. Enables you to select the channel that you want to use for Direct Out. Channel display This area displays the channel name of each input channel that will be a patch source. RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual...
  • Page 125: Delay

    Sets the delay value. Use a [SEL] key to select the channel you want to control. Turn on the DELAY [ON] key in the Selected Channel section. Use the [DELAY] knob to adjust the DELAY value. RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual...
  • Page 126 Press the knob to display a popup window, in which you can set the delay time. NOTE If msec (millisecond) has been selected for the DELAY SCALE, nothing will appear above the knob. Tabs Use these tabs to select a channel that you want to view on the screen. RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual...
  • Page 127: Delay Scale

    The delay time is shown as the number of samples. If you change the sampling frequency on DELAY TIME button which the RIVAGE PM10 system operates, the number of samples will change accordingly. You can view the delay value when the delay is turned on (always displayed in units of ms on the upper row, and in the currently-selected scale on the bottom row).
  • Page 128: Delay Time

    The field indicates the currently-selected channel. Press the + button to select the next channel. Press the − button to select the previous channel. ENTER & NEXT button Press this button to confirm the delay time setting, and then move to the next channel. RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual...
  • Page 129: Sends To/sends From

    When MATRIX channels are selected, pressing the SEND knob again will access the SENDS channel name appears below the button. FROM popup window (page 131). NOTE You can use the layer select keys to switch the send-source selection. RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual...
  • Page 130: Using Sends From

    • The PRE button is not shown for a FIXED-type MIX bus. Press the MIX popup button or the MATRIX popup button to access the SENDS FROM popup window. Use the SEND LEVEL knob to adjust the send level. RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual...
  • Page 131: Sends From

    Adjusts the pan/balance when the send-destination bus is stereo. If the bus is monaural or is set to FIXED, this knob will not be shown. If the send source is monaural, the knob adjusts pan. If the send source is stereo, the knob adjusts balance. RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual...
  • Page 132: Using The Selected Channel Section To Make Send Settings

    MIX/MATRIX SENDS display Indicates the corresponding bus. MIX/MATRIX SENDS [MIX]/ [MATRIX] keys Switch the type of the send destination bus. MIX/MATRIX SENDS [1-12]/ [13-24]/[25-36]/[37-48]/ [49-60]/[61-72] keys Selects a bank for the send destination bus. RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual...
  • Page 133: Using The Faders To Adjust The Sends (sends On Fader Mode)

    When you finish adjusting the MIX/MATRIX send levels, press the [SENDS ON FADER] key or the SENDS ON FADER button. The main area display returns to its previous state, and the RIVAGE PM10 system exits SENDS ON FADER mode and returns to normal mode.
  • Page 134: To Stereo

    • The signals sent to the STEREO A bus and STEREO B bus can be switched on or off individually. • The pan of the signal sent from the input channel or MIX channel to L/R of the STEREO A bus or STEREO B bus is controlled by the TO ST PAN knob. RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual...
  • Page 135: To Stereo

    STEREO A (L/R) bus and the signal level sent to the STEREO B (C) bus, in a range of 0–100%. To change the value, press the knob to select it, and then use the corresponding screen encoder. RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual...
  • Page 136: Signal Flow

    In the channel strip section of the top panel, verify that the [ON] key is turned on for the STEREO channel that you want to operate, and then raise the fader to an appropriate position. Press the SIGNAL FLOW popup button to access the SIGNAL FLOW popup window. RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual...
  • Page 137 0 dB and clipping If necessary, review the levels and the location of each insert point. The settings in this window link with the settings in the INSERT/D.OUT popup window and the DELAY popup window. RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual...
  • Page 138: Channel Job

    The DCA/MUTE ASSIGN window (ALL DCA tab) opens. About DCAs The RIVAGE PM10 system features 24 DCAs that enable you to control the level of multiple channels simultaneously. It includes the following features: • DCA1–24 can be used for all input channels and all output channels.
  • Page 139 The DCA/MUTE ASSIGN field of the OVERVIEW screen indicates the DCA(s) to which each channel is assigned. Indicators that are lit yellow in the upper and middle row of this field indicate the DCAs to which the corresponding channel belongs. RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual...
  • Page 140 Use the channel select +/– buttons to select the channel that is assigned to a DCA. Press a DCA ASSIGN button(s) to select the DCA(s) to which the currently- selected channel will be assigned (multiple selections are allowed). Select the DCA(s) for other channels in the same way. RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual...
  • Page 141: Using Dcas

    DCA. Use these buttons to view all channels that belong to the corresponding DCA. NOTE You can also access the corresponding DCA ALL window by pressing the [SEL] key of the DCA while holding down the [SHIFT] key. RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual...
  • Page 142: Using Dcas

    (page 83). • If the number of channels assigned to a DCA exceeds the number of faders in the block (that is a roll-out target), you will be unable to control extra channels. RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual...
  • Page 143: About Mute Groups

    About mute groups DCA/MUTE ASSIGN window (ALL MUTE) The RIVAGE PM10 system features twelve mute groups. It includes the following features: • Mute groups 1–12 can be used for all input channels and all output channels. • Both input channels and output channels can be assigned to the same group at the same time.
  • Page 144 • You may assign a single channel to more than one mute group. • If the dimmer level is set to any level other than –∞ dB, these indicators will light orange. Channels that have the Mute Safe function turned on are highlighted in green. RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual...
  • Page 145 Use the channel select +/– buttons to select the channel you want to assign to the group. Press a DCA ASSIGN button(s) to select the mute group(s) to which the currently-selected channel will be assigned (multiple selections are allowed). Select the mute group(s) for other channels in the same way. RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual...
  • Page 146: Initializing Channels

    This popup window enables you to initialize parameters. Press the OK button in the confirmation dialog box. The parameters of the selected channel(s) will be initialized. To close the CH DEFAULT popup window, press the CLOSE button. RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual...
  • Page 147: Graphic Eq And Parametric Eq

    This is a monaural 8-band PEQ. It also features four notch filters. The PEQ features a 1/12 oct (121-band) Real Time Analyzer (also called spectrum analyzer). The RIVAGE PM10 system features 31BandGEQ, Flex15GEQ, and 8BandPEQ. These can be NOTE inserted at the desired insert points.
  • Page 148: Inserting A Geq/peq Into A Channel

    Enables you to recall a parameter setting screen for the inserted plug-in. INSERT 1/2 [ON] keys Switch INSERT1 and INSERT2 on or off respectively. Select the channel that you want to operate. Press the INSERT [PLUG-INS] key to access the INSERT screen. RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual...
  • Page 149 Use the INSERT 1/2 switch buttons and INSERT [A]–[D] buttons to select an insert channel and block for which you want to assign the GEQ/PEQ. Press the MOUNT popup button to access the MOUNT popup window. RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual...
  • Page 150 The system displays the EDIT screen for the GEQ/PEQ that you inserted. INSERT block [A]–[D] buttons Indicate four plug-ins that have been assigned to INSERT1 and INSERT2 respectively. Press this button to display the edit screen for the assigned plug-in. RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual...
  • Page 151 Select the channel that you want to operate. Press the [VIEW] key to access the SELECTED CHANNEL VIEW screen. INSERT field SELECTED CHANNEL VIEW screen Follow steps 4–6 on page 149. Press the INSERT field to access the INSERT screen. RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual...
  • Page 152: Using The 31bandgeq

    When you press the GEQ LINK button, the following popup window will appear. To enable linking, press any button other than CANCEL. FLAT button Press this button to reset the GAIN parameters of all GEQ bands to 0 dB. RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual...
  • Page 153 When you press one of these buttons, the faders for the bands selected on screen will turn white, and the numbers of the corresponding faders in the Channel Strip section will be displayed. Also, you will be able to use the faders in the Channel Strip section to control the corresponding bands. RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual...
  • Page 154: Using The Flex15geq

    Also, you will be able to use the faders in the Channel Strip section to control the corresponding bands. NOTE The above operation is possible even if the Channel Strip section is locked. When you turn off the button in the FADER ASSIGN field, the faders will return to the locked state. RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual...
  • Page 155: Using The 8bandpeq

    The PEQ LINK button appears only for paired PEQs. EQ parameter setting knobs Indicate the Q, FREQUENCY, and GAIN parameters for BAND 1–8. Use the corresponding screen encoder or the [TOUCH AND TURN] knob to adjust the parameters. RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual...
  • Page 156 The parameters of both will be initialized, and then linked. • CANCEL button Cancels the link and closes the popup window. NOTE The PEQ LINK button appears only for paired PEQs. Press the PEQ ON/OFF button to turn the PEQ on. RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual...
  • Page 157: Plug-ins

    About plug-ins Plug-ins can be used by inserting them into a channel, or via send or return. The RIVAGE PM10 system provides 45 types of plug-in, including the Rupert EQ 773 and Rupert DSP resource management for plug-ins Comp 754 designed in a collaboration with Rupert Neve Designs, and the VSS4HD and NonLin 2 made by TC Electronic.
  • Page 158: Using Plug-ins

    For this reason, even after you remove all plug-ins from current memory, the DSP resources are still allocated, and thus are still being consumed. This page contains the following items. SAFE button Switches Recall Safe on/off for the rack. RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual...
  • Page 159 Enable you to select the category of plug-in that will be mounted in the rack. BLANK button Unmounts the plug-in from the rack. PLUG-IN select buttons Select the plug-in that will be mounted in the rack. RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual...
  • Page 160: Controlling The Parameters Of A Plug-in

    Enables you to select the tempo of the tap tempo function. For details on the plug-ins that can be used, refer to the data list. This button will appear if a delay-type or modulation-type effect is selected. DEFAULT button Restores the default parameter settings. Parameter field Shows the parameters of the currently-selected plug-in. RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual...
  • Page 161 Adjusts the release time of the envelope. Style list Selects the basic reverb style. Diffuse button Adjusts the diffusion (spread) for the selected reverb style. Type list Selects the type of Twist that affects the reverb. RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual...
  • Page 162 Rev Delay button Reverb Level button Adjusts the delay of the reverb tail. Adjusts the level of the reverb tail. Rev Width button Mute Reverb button Adjusts the width of the reverb tail. Mutes the reverb. RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual...
  • Page 163 Adjusts the multiple of decay for the middle frequency range. Hi Decay button Adjusts the multiple of decay for the frequency range above Hi Xover. Lo Xover button Adjusts the crossover frequency between the low and low-mid frequency ranges of the reverb tail. RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual...
  • Page 164 Adjusts the level of the dry signal at the output stage. MODE knob Switches the tonal character. There are four types that differ in modulation amplitude and feedback amount. SPEED knob Adjusts the modulation speed. FOOT switch Switches the effect on/off. RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual...
  • Page 165 LFO 2 SHAPE switch Selects the LFO 2 waveform. PHASER A DEPTH knob Adjusts the modulation depth of Phaser A. PHASER A FEEDBACK knob Adjusts the feedback amount of Phaser A. PHASER A ON/OFF switch Switches Phaser A on/off. RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual...
  • Page 166 Switches the effect on/off. SPEED knob Adjusts the modulation speed. MANUAL knob Adjusts the center frequency of modulation. DEPTH knob Adjusts the depth of modulation. FEEDBACK knob Adjusts the feedback amount. COLOR knob Makes fine adjustments to the tone. RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual...
  • Page 167 Rupert Neve sound. LC FREQ knob Selects the frequency of the low cut filter. LF GAIN knob Adjusts the gain of the low shelving filter. LF FREQ knob Selects the frequency of the low shelving filter. RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual...
  • Page 168 Adjusts the cutoff frequency of the high pass filter. Switches the LMF band (peaking) on/off. HPF FREQ knob LMF x3 button Adjusts the cutoff frequency of the low pass filter. Triples the center frequency value of the LMF band (peaking). RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual...
  • Page 169 • If the input signal level to the effect is too low to reach the threshold, you can raise the input gain. • You can change the input level to the input circuit (audio transformer or class-A amp) in order to modify the tonal character. RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual...
  • Page 170 Adjusts the ratio of the compressor. COMPRESS GAIN knob Adjusts the makeup gain of the compressor. This applies before the limiter stage. LIMIT IN switch Switches the limiter on/off. LIMIT THRESHOLD knob Adjusts the threshold of the limiter. RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual...
  • Page 171 Adjusts the cutoff frequency of the sidechain’s high pass filter. LPF ON button Toggles the sidechain’s low pass filter on/off. LPF FREQ knob Adjusts the cutoff frequency of the sidechain’s low pass filter. MF ON button Toggles the sidechain’s MF band (peaking) on/off. RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual...
  • Page 172 LF/LMF/MF/HMF/HF gain knobs Adjust the amount of boost or attenuation for each band. LMF/MF/HMF Q knobs Adjust the Q (steepness) of each band. Increasing the Q value will narrow the range whose gain is controlled in that band. RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual...
  • Page 173 INPUT meter Shows the level of the input signal. One meter is shown in the case of DUAL, and two meters in the case of STEREO. RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual...
  • Page 174 Adjusts the attack time over which the compressor begins to apply. Turning the knob all the way to the right produces the fastest attack time. RELEASE knob Adjusts the release time of the compressor. Turning the knob all the way to the right produces the fastest release time. RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual...
  • Page 175 –18 dB, and a value of +10 dB or +4 dB relative to that reference is shown as 0 VU. (LOW) ATTEN knob Adjusts the amount of attenuation for the frequency region specified by the LOW FREQUENCY knob. RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual...
  • Page 176 If this button is on, the sidechain signal linked to the dynamics is output to the bus (e.g., STEREO bus or MIX/MATRIX bus) to which the inserted channel is being sent. In this case, the graph shows the response of the sidechain filter. RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual...
  • Page 177 (ABOVE) or when it falls below it (BELOW). EQ GAIN meter Indicates the gain of the dynamically changing EQ. THRESHOLD meter Indicates the level of the sidechain signal, referenced to the threshold level. Graph display Indicates the response of the equalizer. RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual...
  • Page 178 If this switch is on, the decrease in the output gain when the compressor is applied will be compensated automatically. SIDECHAIN HPF switch If this switch is on, the compressor applies less to the low-frequency region, strengthening the low-frequency output. RELEASE knob Adjusts the release time of the compressor. RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual...
  • Page 179 CLEAN produces a clear, undistorted sound that is typical of digital, while emulates the changes in frequency response produced by an analog circuit. INPUT knob Adjusts the input level. Level meters Indicates the output level of the effect. RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual...
  • Page 180: Using The Tap Tempo Function

    If you select MIDI CLK, the BPM parameter value will change according to the tempo of the MIDI timing clock received from the MIDI port. At the desired tempo, repeatedly press the USER DEFINED key to which you assigned the Tap Tempo function. RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual...
  • Page 181: Effects And Tempo Synchronization

    1/16 1/12 3/32 In this case, the DELAY (or FREQ.) value is calculated as follows. DELAY (or FREQ.) = NOTE x 4 x (60/TEMPO) Label Dot 1/8 Dot 1/4 Dot 1/2 Whole 2x Whole Value 3/16 RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual...
  • Page 182: About The Usb Memory Recorder

    If the system’s sampling rate is the same as that of the recording/playback files, the SRC will automatically be bypassed. The RIVAGE PM10 system supports WAV (uncompressed PCM) and MP3 (MPEG-1 Audio Layer- 3) file formats for recording and playback.
  • Page 183: Assigning Channels To The Input/output Of The Recorder

    Indicates the level of the recorder playback output signal. RECORDER INPUT popup buttons (L/R) Press these buttons to access the INPUT PATCH popup window, in which you can select signals that will be patched to the recorder’s L/R input channels. RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual...
  • Page 184 The USB memory recorder always records and plays back in stereo. If you want to record in monaural, with the same signal for left and right, you must assign both of the recorder inputs to the same channel. RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual...
  • Page 185: Recording Audio To A Usb Flash Drive

    • Stop mode........Playback mode, and then playback will start from the beginning of the current song. • Playback mode......Playback-pause mode • Playback pause mode ....Playback mode, and then playback will resume from the paused point. • Recording standby mode..Recording mode RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual...
  • Page 186 The files created by recording operations will be saved in the above SONGS folder, or in the currently-selected folder below that level. Press the REC FORMAT/RATE field in the lower right of the screen, then select the file format and sampling rate for the audio file that will be recorded. RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual...
  • Page 187: Playing Back Audio Files From A Usb Flash Drive

    You can play back audio files that have been saved on a USB flash drive. In addition to files that were • MP3 192 kbps recorded on the RIVAGE PM10 system, you can also play files that were copied from your computer to the USB flash drive.
  • Page 188 Indicates the file number in the title list. • The RIVAGE PM10 system can recognize a file name that is a maximum of 64 single-byte characters. If the file name is longer than this, the desired file may not play correctly.
  • Page 189: Editing The Title List

    The song you selected in step 5 will begin playing. NOTE • Even if the sampling rate at which the RIVAGE PM10 system is operating differs from the sampling rate of the audio file being played, the SRC (Sampling Rate Converter) function will SONG TITLE/FILE NAME EDIT button automatically convert the rate so that the file will play back correctly.
  • Page 190 Pressing the button repeatedly will alternate between ascending and descending order. • MOVE UP/MOVE DOWN buttons Press these buttons to move the track number of the file currently-selected in the title list upward or downward by one. RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual...
  • Page 191: Multitrack Recording

    Giga-bit Ethernet (GbE) network. Visit the Audinate website for more details on Dante. http://www.audinate.com/ More information on Dante is also posted on the Yamaha Pro Audio website: http://www.yamahaproaudio.com/japan/ RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual...
  • Page 192: Patching For Multitrack Recording And Virtual Sound Check

    Enables you to select a channel used for REC OUTs. PLAYBACK IN ASSIGN This area indicates the number of PLAYBACK INs assigned to each channel. PLAYBACK IN select knob Enables you to select channels used for PLAYBACK INs. RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual...
  • Page 193: Recording Or Playing Back Using A Daw On The Computer

    VIRTUAL SOUND CHECK ON button If this button is on, the Virtual Sound Check function will be enabled, and the patches will be • Setting up the RIVAGE PM10 system used for the virtual sound check. To perform a virtual sound check, configure the recording patches. Recording/playback signals should be transfered from and received at HY slot 4 on the DSP-R10.
  • Page 194 • For virtual sound check: Patch audio signals in such a way that they will be output from the • Specify the audio format (e.g., 48 kHz, 24-bit). computer to the Dante audio network, then routed to the channels on the RIVAGE PM10 • Specify the Dante latency. (Choose a larger value for stable multi-channel recording/playback.)
  • Page 195 For a virtual sound check, you must route recorded audio signals to the input channels on the RIVAGE PM10 system. To do so, use Dante Controller to patch the signals so that the signals will be output from the DAW software to the RIVAGE PM10 system. Using the VIRTUAL SOUND...
  • Page 196: About Scene Memories

    • Channel pair settings Indicates the selected scene memory. On the RIVAGE PM10 system, scene numbers consist of an integer portion and a decimal portion, [PREVIEW] key and can be assigned as desired. One way of organizing scenes would be to create integer-numbered Turns Preview mode on or off.
  • Page 197: Storing A Scene

    Press this field to select it, and enter a comment for the scene. You can use this as a memorandum for each scene (maximum 128 characters). The current mix data on the RIVAGE PM10 system can be saved as new scene data, or overwritten onto existing scene data to update it.
  • Page 198: Automatic Suggestion Of Scene Numbers And Names

    + [STORE] key. + [STORE] key. + [STORE] key. + [STORE] key. key. key. key. Automatically- 2.00 1.10 2.00 1.05 2.00 1.02 3.00 1.25 suggested scene numbers The same name as the current scene will be suggested. RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual...
  • Page 199: Recalling A Scene

    You can also press this field to access the SCENE LIST screen, in which you can view and edit more detailed settings for the scene. Scene number Indicates the number of the currently-selected scene. Scene title Indicates the title of the currently-selected scene. RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual...
  • Page 200: Using The Scene List Screen

    MULTI SELECT button You can select consecutive multiple scenes by turning on this button and rotating the screen encoder. Current scene select button Press this button to select the scene that was recalled or stored most recently. RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual...
  • Page 201 UPDATE UNDO button, a dialog box will ask you to confirm the undo operation. Press the scene. OK button if you want to execute the undo operation. NOTE The UPDATE UNDO button is available only immediately after overwrite-storing. RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual...
  • Page 202: Using User Defined Keys To Recall A Scene (direct Recall Function)

    After undoing the recall, you can press the RECALL UNDO button once again to Redo (re-execute). Press the SETUP button on the menu bar to access the SETUP screen. NOTE You can also use MIDI messages (Program Changes) to recall scenes (page 236). RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual...
  • Page 203 Press the USER DEFINED KEYS button to access the USER DEFINED KEYS popup window. The USER DEFINED KEYS page enables you to assign functions to USER DEFINED keys [1]–[12]. RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual...
  • Page 204: Editing Scene Memories

    Press a desired tab at the top of the SCENE LIST screen. The view of the right side of the SCENE LIST screen will change accordingly. The following explanations are based on the window that appears if you select the COMMENT tab. RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual...
  • Page 205 “About editing scene memories” (page 206). CLEAR MIX DATA popup button Press this button to access a popup window, in which you can confirm that you want to reset the current mix data to the default settings. RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual...
  • Page 206: About Editing Scene Memories

    • You cannot delete protected scenes. • To undo a scene deletion, press the UNDO button. • If you select multiple scenes and delete them all at once, you will be unable to undo the delete operation. RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual...
  • Page 207: Duplicating A Scene (duplicate)

    To execute the duplicate operation, press the OK button. The source scene will be duplicated and saved to the scene numbers specified in step 3. If you decide to cancel the duplicate operation, press the CANCEL button instead of the OK button. RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual...
  • Page 208: Using The Focus Function

    Focus setting of that scene will overwrite those of the current scene. NOTE In contrast to Focus, the RIVAGE PM10 system also features a “Recall Safe” function that enables you Press the SET popup button of the scene for which you want to make Focus to exclude specific channels and parameters from recall operations.
  • Page 209 When you finish making settings, press the “x” symbol to close the window. The FOCUS PARAMETER indicator on the FOCUS tab of the SCENE LIST screen will show the Focus setting status of the scene for which the Focus function is configured. RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual...
  • Page 210: Using The Fade Function

    CURRENT SETTING field Here you can specify the content that will be saved by the next scene store operation. When you recall a scene, the Fade settings of that scene will overwrite those of the current scene. RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual...
  • Page 211 Press this button to access a popup window, in which you can specify the control signal output from each GPI OUT. GPI PARAMETER display section In this section, indicators show the status of the GPI settings specified for each scene. RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual...
  • Page 212: Playing Back An Audio File In Tandem With Scene Recall (playback Link)

    SCENE LIST window (COMMENT tab). Recall the scene for which you want to output GPI OUT signals. When you recall the scene, the control signals will be output to an external device connected to the GPI OUT connector. RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual...
  • Page 213 Scroll knob You can scroll the list using the screen encoder. Press the SONG TITLE list or use the screen encoder to select a file that you want to link to a scene. RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual...
  • Page 214: Using The Recall Safe Function

    Category select list Enables you to select the category of parameters to be displayed on screen. You can press the + or − button located below to expand or collapse the channel parameter indication for each category. RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual...
  • Page 215 • You can use the Recall Safe function in conjunction with the Focus function. Channels or parameters that are excluded from recall operations by either Focus or Recall Safe will not be recalled. RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual...
  • Page 216: Usb Flash Drive

    Saving the RIVAGE PM10 system’s settings on a File USB flash drive All internal data of the RIVAGE PM10 system can be saved to the USB flash drive in a single SAVE/LOAD operation as a settings file. The saved file will have an extension of “.PM10ALL”.
  • Page 217 CONTENTS FUNCTION MAP File  Saving the RIVAGE PM10 system’s settings on a USB flash drive NOTE • If you are going to overwrite a file or save a file with the same name in the same folder, a dialog will ask you to confirm the overwrite.
  • Page 218: Loading A File From A Usb Flash Drive

    Loading a file from a USB flash drive Press the SAVE/LOAD button to access the SAVE/LOAD popup window. Follow the steps below to load the RIVAGE PM10 system setting file (extension .PM10ALL) from the USB flash drive into the console.
  • Page 219: Editing The Files Saved On The Usb Flash Drive

    Indicates the file type. “ALL” indicates a file containing the RIVAGE PM10 system’s internal settings. “BMP” indicates a bitmap image file, and [DIR] indicates a directory. “???” indicates an MP3 file or WAV file, or a file that the RIVAGE PM10 system does not recognize.
  • Page 220: Deleting A File

    To turn the protect setting on or off, press the READ ONLY field for the file. A protect symbol is displayed for write-protected files. These files cannot be overwritten. NOTE You cannot edit the file name or comment field of a write-protected file. RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual...
  • Page 221: Creating A Directory

    A keyboard window will appear, allowing you to enter a directory name. Enter the name of the directory you want to create, then press the MAKE button. NOTE You cannot create a directory using a directory name that already exists. RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual...
  • Page 222: User Setup

    User Setup PREFERENCES You can make various settings for the RIVAGE PM10’s operating environment, such as how popup windows appear, and whether [SEL] key on/off operations will be linked. Press the SETUP button on the menu bar to access the SETUP screen.
  • Page 223 [SEL] key will light. DCA ROLL OUT No. OF BAYS TO USE Enables you to select whether the DCA will be rolled out to one bay or two. RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual...
  • Page 224 (Digital audio I/O errors could involve AES/EBU input/output of the control surface, or digital input/output of the RY slot or MY slot). MIDI I/O If this ON button is lit, an error message will appear when a MIDI transmission/reception error occurs. RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual...
  • Page 225: Usb Keyboard

    The higher the value, the faster the speed. • USB KEYBOARD TYPE Enables you to select the USB keyboard type. Options include English, Japanese, German, French, Italian, and Spanish. Press the CUSTOM FADER popup button to access the CUSTOM FADER BANK popup window. RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual...
  • Page 226 COPY button Copies the selected bank setting. PASTE button Paste the copied setting to the selected bank. CLOSE button Press this button to close the popup window and return to the previous screen. RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual...
  • Page 227: User Defined Keys

    Indicate the function assigned to the USER DEFINED knobs. USER DEFINED KNOBS [1]/[2]/[3]/[4] Control the functions as assigned by the user. From the list, select desired channels. When you finish selecting the channels, press the CLOSE button. RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual...
  • Page 228: Assigning A Function To A User Defined Knob

    If nothing is assigned to the button, an indication of “NO ASSIGN” is shown. Press the button corresponding to the USER DEFINED knob to which you want to assign a function. The system displays a popup window, in which you can assign a function to the USER DEFINED knob. RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual...
  • Page 229: Using A Channel Strip Encoder

    → PARAMETER2 field PARAMETER3 field. you want to control using the channel strip encoder. Press the OK button to close the popup window. Assign the desired functions to other USER DEFINED knobs in the same way. RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual...
  • Page 230: Assigning A Function To A Channel Strip Encoder

    Press the SETUP button on the menu bar to access the SETUP screen. Press a button in the CH STRIP ENCODERS field to open the CH STRIP ENCODERS popup window. Press the USER DEFINED KNOBS button to open the USER DEFINED KNOBS popup window. RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual...
  • Page 231: User Defined Keys

    USER DEFINED KEYS [1]–[12] Press the OK button to close the CH STRIP ENCODERS popup window. Control the functions as assigned by the user. Use the UP []/DOWN [] keys on the top panel to select the function. RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual...
  • Page 232: Assigning A Function To A User Defined Key

    If nothing is assigned to the button, an indication of “NO ASSIGN” is shown. Press the button corresponding to the USER DEFINED key to which you want to assign a function. The system displays a popup window, in which you can assign a function to the USER DEFINED key. RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual...
  • Page 233 PARAMETER1 field → PARAMETER2 field PARAMETER3 field. Press the OK button to close the USER DEFINED KEYS SETUP popup window. Assign the desired functions to other USER DEFINED keys in the same way. RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual...
  • Page 234: Basic Midi Settings

    Basic MIDI Settings MIDI/GPI You can select the type of MIDI messages the RIVAGE PM10 system will transmit and receive. You can also select the MIDI port that will be used. This chapter explains how to transmit MIDI messages from an external device to the RIVAGE PM10 system to control its parameters, and how to send out MIDI messages from the RIVAGE PM10 Press the SETUP button on the menu bar to access the SETUP screen.
  • Page 235 PROGRAM CHANGE MODE field Enables you to select the Program Change transmit/receive mode. • SINGLE ......If this button is on, Program Changes will be transmitted and received on a single MIDI channel (Single mode). RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual...
  • Page 236: Using Program Changes To Recall Scenes

    The RIVAGE PM10 system enables you assign a specific scene to be recalled to each Program Change number, so that when a scene is recalled on the RIVAGE PM10 system, a Program Change Select the channel. message of the corresponding number will be transmitted to an external device. Conversely, the To select an item, use the [TOUCH AND TURN] knob.
  • Page 237 PROGRAM CHANGE field When you recall a specified scene on the RIVAGE PM10 system, the Program Change of the Switches Program Change transmission and reception on or off. This setting is linked with the corresponding MIDI channel and program number in the list will be transmitted.
  • Page 238 Rx channel, the scene assigned to that bank number and program number in the list will be recalled. When you recall a specific scene on the RIVAGE PM10 system, Bank Select and Program Change messages for the bank number and program number assigned to that scene will be transmitted on the Tx channel.
  • Page 239: Using Control Changes To Control Parameters

    MIDI PROGRAM CHANGE popup window. on/off operations, etc. on the RIVAGE PM10 system. This capability can be used to record fader and key operations on a MIDI sequencer or other external device, and play back the data later.
  • Page 240 Press this knob to scroll the list upward or downward using the screen encoder. For details on the operations that can be assigned to Control Changes, refer to the data list. CLEAR ALL button Press this button to clear all parameter assignments on the list. RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual...
  • Page 241: About Gpi

    (page 211). When you operate a specified parameter on the RIVAGE PM10 system with these settings, the The following diagram is an example of an external circuit that can operate GPI via the GPI corresponding Control Change message will be transmitted to external devices. Similarly, if connector.
  • Page 242: Using Gpi In

    Lighting external LED indicators via GPI OUT1 CS-R10 You can use the GPI IN ports of the GPI connector to control the parameters of the RIVAGE PM10 DSP-R10 system from an external device. For example, you could use an external switch to turn the RIVAGE PM10 system’s Talkback on/off, operate the Tap Tempo function, or switch scenes.
  • Page 243 ....(Low active) Active when the input signal is low level. Settings in the GPI screen are common to all scenes. They can be saved as SETUP data....(High active) Active when the input signal is high level. RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual...
  • Page 244: Using Gpi Out

    The GPI OUT ports of the GPI OUT connector enable you to control an external device by ....(Low active) Grounded when the GPI OUT port is active. performing operations on the RIVAGE PM10 system....(High active) Open when the GPI OUT port is active.
  • Page 245: Using Fader Start

    DEFINED KEY 12 becomes active In each field, select the desired function or parameter. When you finish making settings, press the OK button. Repeat steps 5 through 8 to specify functions and parameters for other ports. RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual...
  • Page 246 If this button is on, you will be able to add a channel by using the corresponding [SEL] key. For each GPI OUT port, specify the channel that will cause the external device to operate, and also specify the type of operation. RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual...
  • Page 247: Maintenance

    (parameter) will match. NOTE An alarm message will appear if a problem is detected in the fader settings while the RIVAGE PM10 system is starting up. Press the SETUP button on the menu bar to access the SETUP screen.
  • Page 248 Press the START button to perform calibration again. If the MOTOR DRIVE calibration tab is selected: For the specified faders in the Channel Strip section and Master section, the motorized fader movement will be automatically calibrated. RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual...
  • Page 249 1 −∞ dB (all the way down) 2 −20 dB 3 0 dB 4 +10 dB (all the way up) After you adjust the fader position, press the [NEXT] button. The process will proceed to the next fader position. RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual...
  • Page 250: Adjusting The Detection Point Of The Touch Screen Panels (touch Calib)

    Press the APPLY button. the top of the window. The calibration values will be saved in internal memory. Press the TOUCH CALIB tab. The TOUCH SCREEN CALIBRATION screen will appear, enabling you to calibrate the touch screen panels. RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual...
  • Page 251: Initializing The Unit To Factory Default Settings

    This window includes several pages, which you can switch between using the tabs located at Press the INITIALIZE THIS CONSOLE button. the top of the window. Press the OK button in the confirmation dialog box. The Initialization operation starts. NOTE The CS-R10 will restart at the time of initialization. RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual...
  • Page 252: Adjusting The Input/output Gain

    Select a component and port for which you want to adjust the input/output gain. Press an on-screen knob to select it, and then use the corresponding screen encoder to adjust the value. Press the CLOSE button. RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual...
  • Page 253: Setting The Date And Time Of The Internal Clock

    You can select from the following display formats. • Date MM/DD/YYYY (Month/Day/Year) DD/MM/YYYY (Day/Month/Year) YYYY/MM/DD (Year/Month/Day) • Time 24-Hour (hours shown in the range of 0–23) 12-Hour (hours shown in the range of AM0–AM11 and PM0–PM11) RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual...
  • Page 254 The date, time, and display format you specified will be finalized, and the popup window will close. If you press the CANCEL button or the “x” symbol instead of the OK button, your changes will be discarded and the popup window will close. RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual...
  • Page 255: Panel Settings

    In the field located on the bottom row of the SETUP screen, press one of the parameter to a USER DEFINED key, and press that key to switch among banks A–D. BANK A–D buttons. You can save four different brightness settings in banks A–D, and switch among them rapidly if desired. RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual...
  • Page 256: Console Lock

    The CONSOLE LOCK screen will appear, the Console Lock function will be enabled, and all controllers (excluding the MONITOR A/B knobs, TALKBACK LEVEL knob, PHONES A/B LEVEL knobs, and brightness control knob) will become inoperable. Press the CONSOLE LOCK button to access the PASSWORD popup window. RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual...
  • Page 257: Unlocking The Console

    USB flash drive. For a procedure on loading a file from a USB flash drive, refer to “Loading a file from a USB flash drive” (page 218). NOTE Only BMP, JPEG, or PNG image files can be loaded. RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual...
  • Page 258: Index

    HPF..............37 TOUCH AND TURN ........14 DCA..............138 OVERVIEW screen ......... 40 HPF indicator........... 35 Touch Sense ............ 223 DCA Roll-out ...........142 TWINLANe network ........47 Delay..............125 Delay scale ..........127 Delay Compensation........62 Delay insert point ...........126 RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual...
  • Page 259 CONTENTS FUNCTION MAP Index USB flash drive..........216 USB flash drive format........10 USB keyboard ..........225 USB mouse ............225 USER DEFINED KEYS .........231 USER DEFINED KNOBS......227 VARI ..............66 Virtual sound check ........191 WAV ..............182 Word clock ............63 RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual...
  • Page 260 Yamaha Pro Audio global website: http://www.yamahaproaudio.com/ Yamaha Downloads http://download.yamaha.com/ Manual Development Department © 2015 Yamaha Corporation Published 08/2015 IP-A0...

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