STUDIO MANAGER and the M7CLV3 EDITOR.
Background and introduction to Studio Manager.
M7CL is not aimed at any kind of studio activity; it is primarily a live concert mixer so many people are confused by
the Studio Manager title of its remote control and editing software. In fact the Studio Manager and M7CLV3 editor
are very well adapted to the needs of the live sound engineer; M7CL ﬁ les can be opened on a PC, away from the
console, and edited, saved and copied. The ﬁ les are small and can be easily emailed and scenes from different
shows can be brought together to create a new ﬁ le allowing seamless changes from any one scene to another.
The Studio Manager title comes from the software's much broader capability to integrate with many other digital
audio products found in studio environments. Far from being limited to the remote control of a M7CL, Studio
Manager can remote control several M7CLs, other Yamaha digital mixers, SPX2000s and Motif Keyboards. In turn
Studio Manager can be part of a Steinberg Cubase DAW setup and all the settings of these products can be saved in
a single ﬁ le launched from the DAW.
Open an editor from
Start up Studio
Open from a
Of course this broader functionality is not relevant for the simple remote control and editing of M7CL, but it is
useful to learn a little background now in order to understand later how you can save ﬁ les that are from setups of
multiple consoles used in a master and sub mix or cascade conﬁ gurations later if ever needed.
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M7CL Quick Start Guide Part 3