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CH Parameter  DYNAMICS
DYNAMICS
Input Channels feature two dynamics processors: Dynamics 1 and Dynamics 2. Output Channels
feature one dynamics processor. They include the following features:
• You can select a dynamics function from six types, including GATE and COMP.
• You can store two sets (A/B) of parameter settings.
• You can use the parameter copy, paste, and library functions for Dynamics 1 and Dynamics 2
individually.
• The key-in signals can be selected from other input or output channels, or from input patches.
The available dynamics types include:
LEGACY COMP
This is a standard compressor that has been equipped with many of
Yamaha's legacy digital mixers, such as PM1D and PM5D.
Comp 260
This is an analog-flavored compressor built using Yamaha's proprietory
VCM (Virtual Circuitry Modeling) technology. It emulates the
characteristics of compressors and limiters of the mid-1970s, which are
now a standard for live sound reinforcement. This compressor has
faithfully modeled the VCA (Voltage Controlled Amplifier) circuit and the
RMS (Root Mean Square) detection circuit. Compression curve (Knee)
can be set to Hard, Medium, or Soft. Attack time and release time are
variable. The preset settings recreate the fixed value of the early legacy
models. Designed under the supervision of top SR engineers, the
parameter effects have been optimized for live sound reinforcement.
GATE
This dynamics type reduces the output by a fixed value (RANGE) when a
signal smaller than the THRESHOLD level is input.
DE-ESSER
This dynamics type detects only the sibilants and other high-frequency
consonants of the vocal, and compresses its bandwidth.
EXPANDER
This dynamics type reduces the output by a fixed ratio (RATIO) when a
signal smaller than the THRESHOLD level is input.
DUCKING
This dynamics type reduces the output by a fixed value (RANGE) when a
signal greater than the THRESHOLD level is input. This is effective if you
want to lower the volume level of background music using the KEY IN
SOURCE signal.

Using dynamics

There are two ways to control the dynamics processors.
• Controlling the dynamics processors via the Selected Channel section
• Controlling the dynamics processors via the OVERVIEW screen
• Controlling the dynamics processors via the SELECTED CHANNEL VIEW screen
■ Controlling the dynamics processors via the Selected Channel section
DYNAMICS section
5
1
2
1.
Use a [SEL] key to select the channel you want to control.
2.
Turn on the DYNAMICS 1/2 [ON] key in the Selected Channel section.
3.
Use the DYNAMICS 1/2 [<]/[>] keys to select the parameter that you want to
adjust.
4.
Use the DYNAMICS 1/2 setting knobs to adjust the corresponding parameter.
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CONTENTS
FUNCTION MAP
1
DYNAMICS 1/2 IN LED
Indicates the DYNAMICS input level.
2
DYNAMICS 1/2 GR LED
Indicates the amount of DYNAMICS
gain reduction.
6
3
DYNAMICS 1/2 [<]/[>] keys
Switch parameters that are indicated on
the DYNAMICS display.
3
4
DYNAMICS 1/2 setting knobs
4
Enable you to set the DYNAMICS
parameters.
5
DYNAMICS 1/2 display
Indicates the DYNAMICS parameters.
6
DYNAMICS 1/2 [ON] key
Switches the corresponding dynamics
processor on or off.
RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual
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