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 (main scenes) for each song, and then use the decimal portion to manage detailed changes
(sub-scenes) within the song. Up to 1,000 scenes can be stored.
Stores the current mix data to the selected scene memory.
Updates scene data by overwriting the current scene (that has been recalled most recently) with the
current mix data.
Recall a stored scene from scene memory.
When a scene is recalled, the data is applied according to the Focus settings included in that scene
and according to the Recall Safe settings that are common to all scenes.
For each scene, you can enter a comment as a reminder.
You can specify the parameters of a scene that will be selectively recalled (loaded) when that scene is
recalled. This can be specified for each scene. For example, it is convenient to use this if you want to
recall only the input channel settings of a certain scene.
A decimal portion in
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the range 0.01 – 0.99
can be used.
You can make the faders of specified channels/DCAs change smoothly to their new values over a
specified duration when you recall a scene. The settings of the Fade function can be made
independently for each scene.
Control via GPI/MIDI
You can use the GPI connector or MIDI connectors to execute scene recall from an external device,
or to transmit signals to an external device in conjunction with scene recall.
You can specify an audio file that will play back from a USB flash drive when a specific scene is
recalled. This can be convenient if you want a sound effect or background music to be played
automatically for a specific scene. The Playback Link function can be turned on/off for each scene.
You can select specific channels/parameters that will be excluded from recall when scene recall
You can protect important scenes from being accidentally overwritten, erased, or moved.
RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual