The MIDI connectors and GPI connectors of the control surface can be used to control mixer
parameters or scene recall from an external device. Mixer parameter operations can also be used to
control an external device.
The RIVAGE PM10 system can use MIDI to perform the following operations.
• Program Change transmission and reception
When you recall a specific scene on the RIVAGE PM10 system, a Program Change message of
the corresponding number can be transmitted to an external device. Conversely, the
corresponding scene can be recalled when the corresponding Program Change message is
received from an external device.
• Control Change transmission and reception
When you execute a specific fader, knob, or key operation on the RIVAGE PM10 system, the
corresponding Control Change message can be transmitted to an external device. Conversely,
the corresponding fader, knob, or key operation can be executed when Control Change
messages are received from an external device. 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.
• Receiving MMC
MMC (MIDI Machine Control) can be received on the system. This can be used to control the
2-track USB recorder on a control surface (CS-R10) that is set as the receiving port.
• Receiving MIDI clock
MIDI clock can be used to set the delay time for the plug-in.
The GPI connector on the rear panel of the control surface (CS-R10) and the DSP engine (DSP-
R10)* can be used as a GPI (General Purpose Interface) input/output connector. This connector
provides eight GPI IN ports and eight GPI OUT ports. For example you can use an external switch
to control internal parameters of the RIVAGE PM10 system or to switch scenes. Conversely,
operations or scene changes performed on the RIVAGE PM10 system can send control signals to an
* Support is planned in a future update.
RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual