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PM1D Manager V2

for Windows

Owner's Manual
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  • Page 1: For Windows

    Copyright Copying or distributing this software and/or this manual in part or in whole using any method without the written per- mission of Yamaha Corporation is prohibited. Trademarks Windows is a registered trademark of Microsoft Corporation in the United States and other countries.
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    PM1D Manager V2 for Windows Owner’s Manual About the “PM1D Manager V2 for Windows Owner’s Manual” ..... 3 Conventions in the “PM1D Manager V2 for Windows Owner’s Manual”....3 System requirements .
  • Page 3: About The "pm1d Manager V2 For Windows Owner's Manual

    RECALL [1]–[12] switches in the SCENE MEM- ORY block of the console. System requirements The following system is required in order to start up PM1D Manager. • An IBM PC/AT compatible computer with at least a Pentium II 233 Mhz or equivalent CPU (Pentium II 350 Mhz or faster is recommended) •...
  • Page 4: Installing Pm1d Manager

    This section explains how to install the PM1D Manager program. Before you install the software, you must read the license agreement (licence_e.txt) found on the “PM1D SYSTEM SOFTWARE” CD-ROM. You may use the software on the CD-ROM only if you accept the terms of this license agreement.
  • Page 5: Uninstalling Pm1d Manager

    (For details on the procedure, refer to your Windows manual.) Using the application This section explains how to start and exit PM1D Manager, and how to perform basic operations. Starting You can use either of the following methods to start up PM1D Manager.
  • Page 6: Basic Operation

    PC. Initialization procedure If you want to initialize all current settings of the PM1D Manager and its scene memories and libraries, you can use the following procedure to restore the factory-set condition.
  • Page 7: Screens Unique To Pm1d Manager

    Screens unique to PM1D Manager This section explains the screens that differ from the console and are unique to PM1D Manager. Upper part of the display (common to all screens) 1 Connection status This area of the PM1D Manager screen will indicate the status of the connection between the PC and con- sole or engine.
  • Page 8: Lower Part Of The Function Menu

    This button exits the PM1D Manager application. This button has the same result as selecting “Exit” from the “File” menu in the menu bar, or clicking the “Close” button in the upper right of the PM1D Man- ager window. 2 OPTION button This button is used to make communication-related settings or to initialize the memory.
  • Page 9: Remote Control Setup Popup Window

    When you click this button, the settings that you modified in Communication Setup will be discarded, and the popup window will close. channels of the PM1D, in units of two channels. If you don’t want to make an assignment, choose “NO ASSIGN.”...
  • Page 10: Communication Between Pm1d Manager And The Console/engine

    PM1D Manager V2 for Windows Owner’s Manual Communication between PM1D Manager and the console/engine If you connect the console/engine and the PC, you can use PM1D Manager as a supplementary controller for the system. • “Online” refers to a state in which the console/ engine and the PC are connected by a cable, and data can be transferred to control the device immediately.
  • Page 11: Connections

    DSP1D (ENGINE) Engine cascade (DSP1D) • When using USB connections, you must exit PM1D Manager before you power-on/off the console/engine or connect/disconnect cables. If you perform these actions before exiting, communication may become impossible until you restart your PC. • USB connection is not guaranteed to be faster than serial PC serial port connection.
  • Page 12: Data Communication Method

    If you have not yet installed the USB driver, do so as described in “USB driver installation” (→p.22). 2. Power-on the connected console/engine. 3. Start up PM1D Manager, and click the OPTION button located in the lower left of the Function menu screen or select [Manager Option] from the [OPTION] menu in the menu bar.
  • Page 13: Online Operating Procedure

    Online operating procedure If the console/engine and PC are connected correctly, and communication is possible, the OFFLINE symbol (see p.8) shown at the top of the PM1D Manager screen will change to the ONLINE symbol, indicating that PM1D Manager is online.
  • Page 14: Remote Control Functionality

    (→p.15). • Parameters that do not match between the remote con- troller and the PM1D will be controlled to the value that is closest to the parameter value that was operated. This means that the actual value may differ from the displayed value.
  • Page 15: Remote Control Parameter List

    Remote control parameter list PM1D Direction Parameter Input Fader Input On Input Att Input HA Gain Ignored ← ---- Ignored ← ---- Low L.SHELF Low Q HPF F Low F Low G HPF on Low Mid Q Low Mid F...
  • Page 16 PM1D Manager V2 for Windows Owner’s Manual PM1D Direction Parameter Input to Stereo Pan Input to Stereo On Pre/Post Mix Send Level Pan (only if mix pair) Mix Fader Mix On ---- SubLow HPF SubLow L.SHELF SubLow Q SubLow F...
  • Page 17 PM1D Direction Parameter Ignored ← ---- SubLow HPF SubLow L.SHELF SubLow Q SubLow F SubLow G Ignored ← SubLow HPF → Ignored SubLow On → Ignored Low Q → Ignored Low F → Ignored Low G → Ignored Low On...
  • Page 18 PM1D Manager V2 for Windows Owner’s Manual PM1D Direction Parameter ---- SubLow HPF SubLow L.SHELF SubLow Q SubLow F SubLow G SubLow HPF SubLow On Low Q Low F Low G Low On Low Mid Q Low Mid F Low Mid G...
  • Page 19 → Ignored ... This is a parameter not found on the remote controller, so the command will be ignored if it is received from the PM1D. *2. AUX channels on units other than the DM2000 V2 are 1–8. The corresponding MIX channels will depend on the MIX ASSIGN settings in the REMOTE CONTROL SETUP popup window.
  • Page 20: Special Considerations

    ■ Fade time operation Due to functional limitations, realtime control and monitoring of the fade time is not possible on PM1D Manager. Thus, the manual fade function cannot be used. If you recall a scene for which a fade time setting has been specified, the faders/pan in PM1D Manager will...
  • Page 21 filename extension (.PM1). If this number of characters is exceeded, the file cannot be recognized by PM1D Manager, and the file may not be displayed in the file list. Please be aware of this if you modify the filename in Windows.
  • Page 22: Usb Midi Driver

    USB MIDI Driver If you are connecting the console/engine to a USB port on your PC, you’ll need to install the Yamaha USB driver. If this driver is already installed, or if you will be using a serial connection (RS-232-C connector), you do not need to install the USB driver.
  • Page 23: Troubleshooting

    Troubleshooting Cannot control the console/engine via USB • Have you installed the Yamaha USB MIDI driver (see page 22)? • Is the USB cable connected correctly (see page 11)? • Have you correctly set the Communication Port in the Option menu of PM1D Manager? Cannot install the Yamaha USB MIDI Driver •...
  • Page 24 U.R.G., Pro Audio & Digital Musical Instrument Division, Yamaha Corporation © 2002 Yamaha Corporation WF52700 806IPAPx.x-0xA1 Printed in Japan...

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