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Scene Memory  About scene memories
Scene Memory
The SCENE MEMORY section enables you to store, update, and recall mix parameters as scene
memories.

About scene memories

Each scene contains the position of the top panel faders and [ON] key status, as well as the following
parameters.
• Input/output port patching
• Bus settings
• Head amp settings
• EQ settings
• Dynamics 1 and 2 settings
• GEQ/PEQ and plug-In settings
• Pan/balance settings
• Insert/direct out settings
• On/off status and send level of signals sent to MIX buses
• On/off status and send level of signals sent to MATRIX buses
• DCA settings
• Mute group settings
• Channel pair settings
On the RIVAGE PM10 system, scene numbers consist of an integer portion and a decimal portion,
and can be assigned as desired. One way of organizing scenes would be to create integer-numbered
scenes for each song, and then use the decimal portion to manage detailed changes within the song.
• Main scene
A scene noted with a decimal portion of "00" (e.g., 1.00, 2.00 ... 999.00) is called a "main scene. "
• Sub scene
A scene noted with a decimal portion other than "00" (e.g., 1.10, 2.93 ... 3.51) is called a "sub scene. "
You can create up to 99 sub scenes (x.01 to x.99) under one main scene.
You can also create sub scenes without the main scene. (For example, you can create sub scene 1.01
without main scene 1.00.)
Up to 1,000 scenes (combining main and sub scenes) can be stored in one project.
For information on the parameters that are included in one scene, refer to Part 1 of the RIVAGE
PM10 Operation Manual.
Storing, updating, and recalling scenes
To store the current mix data as a scene in memory, and update and recall it later, you can use the
keys in the SCENE MEMORY section on the top panel, or you can use the SCENE LIST screen.
Using the keys in the SCENE MEMORY section
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SCENE MEMORY section
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CONTENTS
FUNCTION MAP
1
[UNDO] key
Cancels the most recent operation of
recalling or updating.
After you cancel the operation by
pressing the [UNDO] key, you can
"redo" the canceled operation by
pressing the [UNDO] key again.
NOTE
You cannot undo an operation to store a
new scene.
2
[UPDATE] key
Updates scene data by overwriting the
1
current scene (that has been recalled or
stored most recently) with the current
mix data.
4
3
Scene memory display
Indicates the selected scene memory.
4
[PREVIEW] key
Turns Preview mode on or off.
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(This feature will be supported by a
future update.)
5
[STORE] key
Stores the current mix data to the
selected scene memory.
6
[INC]/[DEC] keys
Enable you to select the scene number
of a scene that you want to store or
recall.
7
[RECALL] key
Enables you to recall a stored scene
from scene memory.
RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual
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