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DIGITAL MIXING CONSOLE
V2 Reference Manual
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  • Page 1 DIGITAL MIXING CONSOLE V2 Reference Manual...
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Table of contents Table of contents Overview ................... Maintenance screen..............Using this document....................Initialize All Memory screen ..................The display ......................Initialize Current Memory screen ................Input Port Trim screen .................... Universal operations ..............Output Port Trim screen ..................Fader Calibration screen ..................Library screen ......................
  • Page 3 Table of contents Procedures If a fader must be calibrated again................. Adjusting channel colors....................Recalling a Preset......................Editing a Preset........................ Displaying configuration screens ................... Recalling a Scene......................Editing a Scene......................Setting the input ......................Setting the output ......................Recording........................Playing back files stored on a USB storage device ............Checking the input signals ....................
  • Page 4: Overview

    Overview Overview Using this document The display You can search for keywords and view reference pages while using this document. Here we will introduce the different screens displayed on the TF Series console display. OVERVIEW screen Searching for keywords This screen is displayed when you first turn on the console. You can use the search function of your PDF viewing software to search for the desired text From here you can move to other screens depending on the operations that you want to within the document.
  • Page 5: Navigation Area

    Overview I Navigation area Configuration screens Displays the features of the currently selected channel. You can touch an area of the OVERVIEW screen to display the configuration screen for the You can drag the screen up and down to display other features. corresponding area.
  • Page 6 Overview CH33–CH40 FX RTN 1/2 Displays the INPUT screen. (page Displays the FX1 screen. (page Displays the EQ screen. (page Displays the EQ screen. (page Displays the FX1 screen. (page Displays the SEND TO AUX screen. (page Displays the FX2 screen. (page Displays the ASSIGN screen.
  • Page 7 Overview AUX9/10–AUX19/20 STEREO Displays the SEND FROM screen. (page Displays the EQ screen. (page Displays the EQ screen. (page Displays the GEQ screen. (page Displays the COMP screen. (page Displays the COMP screen. (page Displays the INSFX screen. (page Displays the OUTPUT screen. (page Displays the OUTPUT screen.
  • Page 8: Universal Operations

    Universal operations Universal operations In this section we will introduce the screens that are displayed when you press the Library key List ) and the Menu key ( ), which are found in the Display section of the console's top You can click a header in the list to sort the items by that header.
  • Page 9: Recalling A Preset

    Universal operations Displaying the Library screen from a configuration screen Editing a Preset 1. Recall the desired Preset. When you display the Library screen from a configuration screen, one of the following buttons 2. Touch the Edit button. is added to the Library screen, depending on the configuration screen you were using. Store As Display the keyboard so you can edit the title and comment.
  • Page 10: Keyboard Screen

    Universal operations Keyboard screen Button and slider operations Allows you to edit titles and comments. Item Term Description Close button [X] Touch to close the current screen. OK button Applies the current settings. Cancels the operation and returns to the previous Cancel button screen.
  • Page 11: Scene Screen

    Toolbar Toolbar SCENE screen Provides access to frequently used features and system settings. The toolbar is displayed regardless of the screen content. Allows you to manage previously saved mixer setups, or "Scenes". When you recall a Scene, you can exempt certain settings from being replaced by the settings contained in the Scene;...
  • Page 12: Recalling A Scene

    Toolbar Store button Editing a Scene Saves the current mixer setup and assigns it to the Scene number selected in the Scene 1. Select the Scene that you want to edit. list. 2. Touch the Edit button. Touch this button to display the keyboard so you can edit the title and comment. (Keyboard screenpage Display the keyboard so you can edit the title and comment (Keyboard...
  • Page 13: Meter Screen

    Toolbar METER screen Meters Display the input and output levels of the channels. Displays the input and output level of all the channels, and allows you to select the metering Meter display selection button point (i.e., the point at which the level is detected). Allows you to select how many meters are displayed.
  • Page 14: Recorder Screen (Input/Output/Title List Screen)

    Toolbar RECORDER screen (INPUT/OUTPUT/TITLE LIST INPUT/OUTPUT screen screen) Allows you to configure inputs and outputs for playback and recording. You can connect a USB storage device to the console's iPad connector and use the console to record audio to the device, play back audio files stored on the device, and manage audio files stored on the device.
  • Page 15: Setting The Input

    Toolbar Setting the input Setting the output 1. Touch the RECORD source selection menu and select 1. Drag the PLAYBACK level slider and adjust the playback the source you want to record. level. 2. Drag the RECORD level slider and adjust the recording level.
  • Page 16 Toolbar Follow playback button TITLE LIST screen When this button is turned on during continuous playback, the file that is currently playing is highlighted in the file list. When a USB storage device is connected to the console via the iPad connector, you can use this screen to play back audio files saved on the device and record the signal from the 2MIX File information source to the device.
  • Page 17: Recording

    Toolbar RECORDER screen menu Recording Press the Menu key ( ) from the RECORDER screen to display the following items. 1. Connect a compatible USB storage device to the iPad connector. 2. Touch the record button. Make Dir icon The record button begins flashing to indicate that the console is in record-ready mode. Makes a new directory in the current directory.
  • Page 18: Monitor Screen

    Toolbar MONITOR screen Delay button Delays the monitor signal. Allows you to manage cue and monitor signals and to control oscillators. Monitor output button The CUE/MONITOR screen is used to control the signals that are monitored using Turns the monitor output on and off. headphones and near-field monitors.
  • Page 19: Checking The Input Signals

    Toolbar Checking the input signals OSCILLATOR screen 1. Touch a CUE mode button to select Allows you to configure the oscillator. the desired cue mode. 2. Select the desired monitor sources by touching the corresponding monitor selection buttons. 3. Select the desired cue point by touching the corresponding CUE point selection button.
  • Page 20: System Setup Screen

    Toolbar SYSTEM SETUP screen Oscillator assignment buttons Determine which channels the oscillator is sent to. You can select multiple channels. Allows you to configure general mixer settings, as well as settings for OMNI OUT and Recall Safe. Setting the oscillator 1.
  • Page 21: Omni Out Screen Menu

    Toolbar Log icon (page OMNI OUT screen Displays the LOG screen. Allows you to configure the output channels that are sent to the OMNI OUT jacks. About icon (page Displays the ABOUT screen. BUS SETUP screen Allows you to configure bus settings. You can change basic settings such as stereo/mono, Pan Link, etc.
  • Page 22 Toolbar Quick Config status indicator SLOT SETUP screen (V2.0 and later) Indicates the status of the Tio1608-D's [QUICK CONFIG] switch. Displays settings and information related to the Tio1608-D I/O Rack that is connected to the Displayed in gray when turned off, and white when turned on. console via the NY64-D that is installed in the expansion slot.
  • Page 23 Toolbar HA Control button RECALL SAFE screen Determines whether the head amp of the Tio1608-D is controlled by the console. Displayed in gray when turned off, and white when turned on. Allows you to configure which items are recalled and which items are not (i.e., recall safe) when recalling Scenes and Presets.
  • Page 24: Using Safe Recall

    Toolbar Using safe recall NETWORK screen 1. Touch a channel selection button to select the channels or DCA groups that you Allows you to configure the console's network address, which is needed when you connect a want to configure for recall safe. computer to the NETWORK connector.
  • Page 25 Toolbar PIN for MonitorMix (V1.1 and later) TIME screen This is a 4-digit password that is required when accessing the console using the MonitorMix app. Allows you to set the console's internal clock and change the date and time format. The date MonitorMix is an iOS-compatible app that allows performers to adjust the levels of the and time set here are used as a timestamp when saving Scenes.
  • Page 26 Toolbar LOG screen ABOUT screen When messages are displayed while using the console, they are logged by date and time and Displays system software version information and license information. can be viewed later on this screen. Version button Displays the console's system software version number. (V2.0 and later) Displays the Dante version of the connected NY64-D, if installed.
  • Page 27: User Setup Screen

    Toolbar USER SETUP screen USER DEFINED CONTROLS screen Used to configure [USER DEFINED KEYS], [USER DEFINED KNOBS], custom fader banks, This screen allows you to assign features to the [USER DEFINED KEYS], [USER DEFINED and other preferences. KNOBS], and to the footswitch. Keys button Allows you to assign features to the [USER DEFINED KEYS] on the top panel.
  • Page 28: Toolbar

    Toolbar Description Description FUNCTION PARAMETER1 PARAMETER2 FUNCTION PARAMETER1 PARAMETER2 Select channels in order of the direction selected for PARAMETER 1. Same as the INC, DEC, STORE, and RECALL keys. CH 1–40, Store ST IN 1L–ST IN 2R Recall CH Select FX1L–FX2R, Selects the channel assigned to Inc Recall...
  • Page 29 Toolbar Features that can be assigned to the footswitch Features Description Adjusts 1-knob or threshold for the selected channel's COMP. Description FUNCTION PARAMETER1 PARAMETER2 COMP 1-knob/Thr When 1-knob COMP is turned on, adjusts 1-knob; when 1-knob COMP No Assign No feature is assigned is turned off, adjusts threshold.
  • Page 30: Assigning A Feature To A [User Defined Key]

    Toolbar Description FUNCTION PARAMETER1 PARAMETER2 Assigning a feature to a [USER DEFINED KEY] Same as the Play/Pause button on the Play/Pause 1. Touch the Keys button. RECORDER screen. Same as the Stop button on the RECORDER The screen where you can select the Stop screen.
  • Page 31: Assigning A Feature To A [User Defined Knob]

    Toolbar Assigning a feature to a [USER DEFINED KNOB] Assigning a feature to the footswitch 1. Touch the Knobs button. 1. Touch the Foot Switch button. 2. Touch the Foot Switch setup button. The screen where you can select the desired [USER DEFINED KNOB] is The configuration screen is displayed.
  • Page 32: Configuring The Custom Fader Bank

    Toolbar CUSTOM FADER BANK screen Configuring the custom fader bank 1. Touch a fader button to select the fader that you want to configure. The custom fader bank allows you to choose different channels, regardless of type (input channels, AUX buses, DCA groups, etc.), and group them into a bank of faders. 2.
  • Page 33 Toolbar BRIGHTNESS screen PREFERENCE screen Allows you to adjust the brightness of the touchscreen, as well as the LEDs, name display, Allows you to configure general operating settings regarding confirmation message display, and channel colors on the top panel. You can save brightness settings into BANK A and BANK [SEL] key behavior, etc.
  • Page 34: Configuring Settings In The Preference Screen

    Toolbar Confirmation section Others section Allows you to turn on confirmation messages for store, recall, and patching operations. Touch Sensing Area Optimization: Allows you to optimize the touchscreen's sensitivity. Store/Recall: When turned on, a confirmation message is displayed when you store and Stand: Optimized for operating the touchscreen recall features.
  • Page 35: Save/Load Screen Menu

    Toolbar Edit button SAVE/LOAD screen Allows you to edit the selected file's file name and comment. Displays a list of saved directories and files. Load button Loads the file selected in the file list. The LOAD SELECT screen is displayed when you press the Load button. (V2.0 and later) Save button Saves the current settings by overwriting them over the file selected in the file list.
  • Page 36 Toolbar Data that can be saved and loaded LOAD SELECT screen (V2.0 and later) The following data can be saved and loaded on the SAVE/LOAD screen. Allows you to select which data is loaded when you load a TF Series setup file. Data that is saved/loaded Description Scene Memory...
  • Page 37 Toolbar HELP screen Displays information about console operations. If "Show Help at Startup" is turned on in the PREFERENCE screen, the HELP screen is displayed automatically after the console starts You can swipe left and right to view different pages. CONSOLE LOCK screen You can lock the console to prevent it from being operated accidentally.
  • Page 38: Overview Screen

    OVERVIEW screen OVERVIEW screen Stereo channels Displays information about the channel strips. You can display the OVERVIEW screen by pressing the Home key ( Input channels Displays the INPUT screen. (page Displays the EQ screen. (page Displays the FX1/FX2 screen. (page Displays the INPUT screen.
  • Page 39: Aux1-Aux8 Channels

    OVERVIEW screen AUX1–AUX8 channels AUX9/10–19/20 channels, SUB channel Displays the SEND FROM screen. (page Displays the SEND FROM screen. (page Displays the EQ screen. (page Displays the EQ screen. (page Displays the GEQ screen. (page Displays the GEQ screen. (page Displays the COMP screen.
  • Page 40: Group Channels

    OVERVIEW screen Group channels OVERVIEW screen menu Press the Menu key ( ) from the OVERVIEW screen to display the following items. CH Copy icon Copies the settings of the current channel. CH Paste icon Pastes settings from another channel and applies them to the current channel.
  • Page 41: Copying Settings From One Channel And Applying Them To Another Channel

    OVERVIEW screen 5. Press the Menu key ( Copying settings from one channel and applying them to another channel 1. Select the channel whose settings you want to copy. Displays the menu. 6. Touch the CH Paste icon. Copy settings from this channel CH Paste icon The settings from the first channel you selected are applied to the second channel you selected, and then the menu closes.
  • Page 42: Configuration Screens

    Configuration screens Configuration screens INPUT screen Input selection buttons Allows you to select the channel's input source. The available sources depend on the Allows you to change the stereo link setting, select an input source, turn phantom power on channel whose settings you are editing. and off, turn phasing on and off, and adjust input gain.
  • Page 43: Setting Stereo Link And The Input Source

    Configuration screens Level meter Setting stereo link and the input source Displays the gain adjusted level. 1. Display the INPUT screen. (page Digital gain text box 2. Touch the stereo link selection button that Allows you to adjust the digital gain. It is set to 0 dB by default. You can touch the text corresponds to the desired setting.
  • Page 44: Eq Screen

    NY64- D installed in the expansion slot. The input source for the following channels will be changed. TF5: CH 1–32 (when CH 1–32 are selected) CH 33–40 (when CH 33–40 are selected) TF3: CH 1–24 (when CH 1–24 are selected)
  • Page 45 Configuration screens EQ mode type selection button EQ graph When using 1-knob EQ mode, allows you to select the 1-knob EQ mode type. Select Displays the parameter settings of the EQ and filter. As you adjust the settings of each [Vocal] for vocal channels, otherwise select [Intensity].
  • Page 46: Adjusting Eq In Manual Mode

    Configuration screens RTA/Keyboard display Adjusting EQ in manual mode You can touch the bottom of the graph where no parameters are displayed to display 1. Display the EQ screen. (page RTA or a keyboard. RTA is a graph that displays the frequencies of the input signal after 2.
  • Page 47: Setting Hpf

    Configuration screens Setting HPF Setting LPF 1. Display the EQ screen. (page The SUB channel can use the LPF to cut high frequencies independent of the EQ, ideal for 2. Touch the HPF button and turn on the HPF. adjusting the signal sent to a sub-woofer. 1.
  • Page 48: Gate Screen

    Configuration screens GATE screen EQ screen menu Press the Menu key ( ) from the EQ screen to display the following options. Allows you to configure the noise gate for each channel. When the input signal level is lower than a specified amount (threshold), the output signal is reduced by a specified amount Copy icon (range).
  • Page 49: Setting The Gate

    Configuration screens Hold slider GATE screen menu When the input signal drops below the threshold, this setting determines how much Press the Menu key ( ) from the GATE screen to display the following options. time passes before the gate closes. Copy icon Decay slider Copies the GATE parameters of the selected...
  • Page 50: Comp Screen

    Configuration screens COMP screen Attack slider When the input signal exceeds the threshold, this setting determines how quickly the Allows you to configure the compressor for each channel. You can adjust settings using 1- maximum amount of compression is applied. knob mode, which allows you to use the [TOUCH AND TURN] knob to easily adjust settings, Release slider or manual mode, which allows you to adjust each parameter individually.
  • Page 51: Setting The Compressor

    Configuration screens 2. Turn the [TOUCH AND TURN] knob. Setting the compressor 1. Display the COMP screen. Attack, Release, and Knee settings are fixed at their current settings, and the Threshold, Ratio, and (page Out Gain settings are adjusted automatically. 2.
  • Page 52: Fx Screen (Fx1/2, Ins Fx1-6)

    Configuration screens FX screen (FX1/2, INS FX1–6) Pre button Displayed for CH 1–40, ST IN 1 and ST IN 2. Allows you to select an effect and edit its parameters. Allows you to select whether the pre-fader or post-fader signal is processed by the effect module.
  • Page 53: Setting An Effect

    Configuration screens FX screen menu Setting an effect Press the Menu key ( ) from the FX screen to display the following options. 1. Touch the effects type button. When the EFFECTS TYPE screen is displayed, select the Copy icon desired effect type.
  • Page 54: Effect Parameters

    Configuration screens Effect parameters DELAY LCR One-input, two-output 3-tap delay. REVERB HALL, REVERB ROOM, REVERB STAGE, REVERB PLATE Parameter Range Description One-input, two-output hall, room, stage, and plate reverbs. Delay L 1.0ms–2700.0ms Left channel delay time. Parameter Range Description Delay C 1.0ms–2700.0ms Center channel delay time.
  • Page 55 Configuration screens DELAY-REVERB (V1.1 and later) GATE REVERB, REVERSE GATE (V1.1 and later) One-input, two-output effect that has a delay and reverb connected in series. One-input, two-output early reflection with gate, and an early reflection with reverse gate. Parameter Range Description Parameter Range...
  • Page 56 Configuration screens SYMPHONIC (V1.1 and later) M BAND COMP (V1.1 and later) Two-input, two-output symphonic effect. Two-input, two-output three-band compressor. Each band has solo and gain reduction metering. Parameter Range Description Parameter Range Description Frequency 0.05Hz - 10.00Hz Modulation speed Low Gain -12.0dB - +12.0dB Low-band gain.
  • Page 57: Send To Aux Screen

    Configuration screens SEND TO AUX screen PING PONG DELAY (V2.0 and later) One-input, two-output ping pong delay. The delayed sound alternates between left and right Allows you to configure the amount of signal that is sent from each channel to the AUX buses. at equal intervals.
  • Page 58: Assign Screen

    Configuration screens ASSIGN screen Pre button Allows you to select whether the pre-fader or post-fader signal is sent to the Allows you configure recall safe and mute safe settings, DCA group assignments, signals sent to corresponding AUX bus. the SUB bus, etc. On: Before the fader Off: After the fader Send pan slider...
  • Page 59: Ch View Screen

    Configuration screens CH VIEW screen Boxes Touch to display the configuration screen for the corresponding feature. Provides an overview of all the settings for a channel. You can touch the EQ, GATE, and COMP buttons displayed here to turn the You can change settings using this screen, in addition to the corresponding feature's corresponding feature on and off.
  • Page 60 Configuration screens Direct out port indicator Recall Safe button Indicates the channel's direct out port. Turns recall safe on and off for the corresponding channel. You can display the RECALL SAFE screen (page 23) by touching the jump button in Direct out point button the right corner of the Recall Safe button.
  • Page 61 Configuration screens The information displayed here indicates whether the signal sent to the AUX bus is the Mute Safe button pre-fader or post-fader signal. Pre-fader signal is displayed in green; post-fader signal is Touch to temporarily exclude the selected channel from the input mute group. displayed in gray.
  • Page 62 Configuration screens Channel output level meter Channel on/off button Displays the channel's output signal level. Turns the selected channel on and off. Channel pan slider FX1L–FX2R Adjusts the pan for the selected channel. SEND TO AUX box Touch when selected to display the SEND TO AUX screen. Displays the amount of signal from the selected channel that is sent to each AUX bus.
  • Page 63: Displays The Geq Screen

    Configuration screens Channel name Recall Safe button Touch to display the CH NAME screen. Turns recall safe on and off for the corresponding channel. Touch to display information for a different channel. You can display the RECALL SAFE screen (page 23) by touching the jump button in the right corner of the Recall Safe button.
  • Page 64 Configuration screens Channel name Touch to display the CH NAME screen. Touch to display information for a different channel. Recall Safe button Turns recall safe on and off for the corresponding channel. You can display the RECALL SAFE screen (page 23) by touching the jump button in the right corner of the Recall Safe button.
  • Page 65 Configuration screens Channel output level meter OUTPUT box Displays the channel's output signal level. Displays the OUTPUT screen. (page Channel output level slider ST L, ST R Adjusts the fader level for the selected channel. Channel output level meter Displays the channel's output signal level. CH VIEW screen menu Press the Menu key ( ) from the CH VIEW screen to display the following options.
  • Page 66: Ch Name Screen

    Configuration screens CH NAME screen Color button Touch to display a list of available channel colors. Allows you to set the channel name, icon, and channel color. Touch the desired color to use that color as the channel color. Name text box Enter the channel name here.
  • Page 67: Geq Screen

    Configuration screens GEQ screen Gain slider Adjusts the gain for the corresponding band. You can use the internal graphic equalizer (GEQ) to process AUX 1–8 and STEREO channel Swipe left or right to display the gain sliders for other bands. signals.
  • Page 68: Output Screen

    You can swipe the EQ graph, RTA display, or band selection area left or right to select other bands. ○ ○ ○ ○ ○ For TF5, all bands are applied to the faders. AUX9/10–AUX19/20 3. Use the console's faders to adjust the gain. ○ ○ ○...
  • Page 69: Send From Screen

    Configuration screens Φ (phase) button SEND FROM screen Allows you to reverse the phase. Allows you to send signals from the input channels. When turned on, the output signal's phase is reversed. OMNI OUT button Displays the number of the OMNI OUT to which the channel is directed. Up to two numbers can be displayed.
  • Page 70: Dca Assign Screen

    Configuration screens DCA ASSIGN screen Adjusting the SEND FROM level 1. Touch the ON button for the input channels ON button Allows you to group channels together by assigning them to DCA groups. that you want to send. 2. Touch the send pan slider, and then use the [TOUCH AND TURN] knob to adjust the pan Send pan slider of the input channel signal that is sent.
  • Page 71: Assigning Channels To A Dca Group

    The number of channels in the group that will be assigned to the channels strips depends on The selected channels are displayed in the channel display area. the model number. For the TF5 console, the 24 lowest numbered channels in the group are Channel is selected assigned;...
  • Page 72: Maintenance Screen

    Maintenance screen Maintenance screen Initialize All Memory screen Allows you to access maintenance features. Resets the console's memory, including Scene memory and Libraries, to the factory default settings. Displays the Initialize All Memory screen. (page Displays the Initialize Current Memory screen. (page Displays the Input Port Trim screen.
  • Page 73: Initialize Current Memory Screen

    Maintenance screen Initialize Current Memory screen Input Port Trim screen Resets the console's current memory to the factory default settings. Scene memory and Allows you to adjust the gain of each INPUT jack in 0.01 dB increments. Libraries are not reset. INPUT jack selection buttons INITIALIZE button Select the INPUT jack that you want to configure here.
  • Page 74: Output Port Trim Screen

    Maintenance screen Output Port Trim screen Fader Calibration screen Allows you to adjust the gain of each OMNI OUT jack in 0.01 dB increments. In some usage environments, discrepancies may occur in the motion of the motor faders. You can use this screen to correct these discrepancies OMNI OUT jack selection buttons Select the OMNI OUT jack that you want to configure here.
  • Page 75: Channel Color Calibration Screen

    4. Perform the procedure described in "Calibrating the faders" beginning at step 2. Allow you to adjust the color. If you perform this procedure multiple times and the popup message is still displayed, contact Apply button your Yamaha dealer. Applies the settings and exits. Reset All button Starts the calibration.
  • Page 76: Adjusting Channel Colors

    Maintenance screen Adjusting channel colors 1. Press the [SEL] key on the top panel that corresponds to the channel color you want to adjust. 2. Touch a color button to choose a color. 3. While comparing the [SEL] you selected with the other indicators on the top panel, use the [TOUCH AND TURN] knob or the [USER DEFINED KNOBS] B, C, and D to adjust the color.
  • Page 77: Reference

    Reference Reference List of parameters saved in Scenes and Presets CH 1–40 Can use Scene Recall Safe Channel Library Recall Recall CH Stereo Scene (Exclude) Recall Recall Input Link Recall EQ Processing Send To Fader/On Name Gate Comp Select (All) Input Name Select...
  • Page 78 Reference ST IN 1, ST IN 2 Channel Library Recall Can use Scene Recall Safe Recall CH Stereo Scene (Exclude) Input Link Recall EQ Processing Send To Fader/On Name Select (All) Input Name Select Φ Digital Gain Input Select Channel Name Category, Color, Icon Level TO AUX...
  • Page 79 Reference FX 1, FX 2 Channel Library Recall Can use Scene Recall Safe Recall CH Stereo Scene With Link (Exclude) Recall FX Recall EQ Processing Send To Fader/On Name Send (All) Name Channel Name Category, Color, Icon Level TO AUX Assign TO ST Balance...
  • Page 80 Reference Channel Library Recall Can use Scene Recall Safe Recall CH Stereo Scene Recall Recall Recall With Fader/ Link (Exclude) Recall EQ Processing Gain/Φ Name Send COMP (All) Name Channel Name Category, Color, Icon Signal Type Pan Link COMP Ins FX TO ST Assign Fader Level...
  • Page 81: Omni Out

    Reference STEREO, SUB Channel Library Recall Can use Scene Recall Safe Recall CH Stereo Scene Recall With Recall (Exclude) Link Recall EQ Processing Fader/On Gain/Φ Name COMP Send (All) Name Channel Name Category, Color, Icon COMP Fader STEREO/SUB Level Link Level Send From Balance...
  • Page 82: Quick Config Input And Input Channel Relationships

    Reference Quick Config Input and input channel relationships Tio1608-D: TF INPUT SLOT: TF INPUT CHANNEL TF OUTPUT CHANNEL: SLOT Tio1608-D: TF OUTPUT Tio1608-D UNIT ID 1: INPUT1 SLOT IN 1 CH1 Input Select CH1 Direct Out SLOT OUT 1 No connection Tio1608-D UNIT ID 1: INPUT2 SLOT IN 2 CH2 Input Select...
  • Page 83 Reference Tio1608-D: TF INPUT SLOT: TF INPUT CHANNEL TF OUTPUT CHANNEL: SLOT Tio1608-D: TF OUTPUT No connection SLOT IN 41 No connection AUX9 Output SLOT OUT 41 Tio1608-D UNIT ID 2: OUTPUT3 No connection SLOT IN 42 No connection AUX10 Output SLOT OUT 42 Tio1608-D UNIT ID 2: OUTPUT4 No connection...
  • Page 84: Warnings And Error Messages

    Reference Warnings and error messages Message Description Unsupported File Format! You tried to read an unsupported file format from the USB memory. Message Description Storage Not Found! The USB memory could not be recognized. Item Already Exists. Replace it? Displayed when you are about to store (overwrite) a Library. Couldn't Write File.
  • Page 85 Maintenance screen Message Description Settings are bring performed for a Tio1608-D on the Dante network connected to the NY64-D. Under Synchronization When the Tio1608-D is in Resume mode, this message may be displayed continuously on the SLOT SETUP screen. This is not a malfunction.
  • Page 86: Index

    Index Index Numerics 1-knob COMP........GainFinder ........Peak Hold ........Warnings and error messages ..1-knob EQ ........GATE screen ........Phantom power ....... WAV ..........Intensity ........Gateway.......... Phase ..........Loudness ........GEQ screen ........PHONES jack ........Vocal..........Group channels.......
  • Page 87 Index I Operations and settings Recall safe Using recall safe......Recalling a Preset......Recalling a Scene ......Button and slider operations.... Recording Recording........Checking the input signals ....Copying and pasting channel Setting settings........... Channel colors ......CUSTOM FADER BANK Compressor.........
  • Page 88: Product Dimensions

    Product dimensions Product dimensions TF1 rack mount Unit: mm TF Series - 88 - Reference Manual...
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