Chapter 1—Getting Started 1 Getting Started Starting Studio Manager Windows: Click the Start button and then click Programs–>YAMAHA OPT Tools–>YAMAHA Studio Manager for DM1000–>Studio Manager for DM1000. Macintosh: Open the Studio Manager for DM1000 folder and double-click “SM_DM1K.” If a DM1000 is detected while Studio Manager starts up, the Synchronization dialog box appears, from which you can choose to transfer the settings of the DM1000 to Studio Man- ager or vice versa.
Conﬁguring Studio Manager Selecting Ports In order to use Studio Manager, you must specify the input and output ports that Studio Manager should use to communicate with the DM1000. Windows: Choose System Setup from the File menu, and specify the input and output ports on the Setup dialog box, as shown below.
Chapter 1—Getting Started This is the Macintosh Setup window Input Port/Output Port: (Windows only) These pop-up menus are used to select the ports with which Studio Manager communicates with the DM1000. Console Device ID: Studio Manager can control any one of up to eight DM1000s, each with its own exclusive ID.
Synchronizing Studio Manager If a DM1000 is detected while Studio Manager starts up, or while Studio Manager is up and running, the Synchronization dialog box shown below appears. All Lib: This option determines whether or not Scene and Library data is synchronized. Console–>PC: Click this button to transfer the settings of the DM1000 to the current Stu- dio Manager Session.
Chapter 2—Console Window 2 Console Window Studio Manager’s Console window displays 16 channel strips and a master section. When an Input Channel Layer is selected, 16 Input Channels are displayed. When the Master Layer is selected, the Bus Out and Aux Send channels are displayed. And when the Remote layer is selected, Remote Channels are displayed.
Input Channels SOURCE parameter This parameter is used to select an Input source. To select an Input source, click the parameter and choose from the list that appears. Routing buttons These buttons are used to route the Input Channel to the Bus Outs.
Chapter 2—Console Window Delay parameter This parameter is used to set the delay time of the Delay function. Delay times can be set by dragging. Channel number This is the channel number. AUX section These controls are used to set the levels of the Aux Sends. To set an Aux Send level, drag its bar or click a point along the length of the bar.
Master Section ONLINE/OFFLINE status indicator This indicator shows whether Studio Manager is online or ofﬂine. Meters These meters display the output level of the Stereo Out when PAN CONTROL is set to “STEREO,” or the Bus Outs used for surround processing when PAN CONTROL is set to “SURR.” The Meters in 3-1, 5.1 and 6.1 Surround modes are shown below.
Chapter 2—Console Window Output Channels When the Master Layer is selected, the Bus Out and Aux Send channels are displayed. A Bus Out channel is shown here. Aux Send channels appear the same except that they do not have a STEREO button. Studio Manager for DM1000—Owner’s Manual STEREO button (Bus Out only) This button is used to route the Bus Out to the Stereo Out.
Remote Channels When the Remote Layer is selected, Remote Channels are displayed. Channel number This is the channel number. SELECT button This button is used to select the Remote Channel. ON button This button turns the Remote Channel on and off. It appears orange while the channel is on.
Chapter 3—Selected Channel Window 3 Selected Channel Window The Selected Channel window allows detailed editing of the currently selected channel. To open the Selected Channel window, choose Selected Channel from the Windows menu. The layout of the Selected Channel window depends on the currently selected channel. There are ﬁve variations, as follows: •...
GATE section This section contains the Gate controls and display graph for the currently selected Input Channel. The rotary controls are used to set the threshold, range, attack, decay, and hold. The GR meter indicates the amount of gain reduction being applied by the Gate. The ON button turns the Gate on and off.
Chapter 3—Selected Channel Window PAIR, FADER GROUP & MUTE GROUP section This section contains the Pair, Fader and Mute group functions for the currently selected Input Channel. Click the heart icon to pair and unpair the channel with its partner channel. Use the FADER GROUP buttons to add the channel to Fader groups, and use the MUTE GROUP buttons to add it to Mute groups.
TO STEREO & level section This section contains the TO STEREO and level controls and the AUTO, SOLO, and ON buttons for the currently selected Bus Out. The TO STEREO button routes the Bus Out to the Stereo Out, and the rotary controls are used to set the Bus to Stereo level and pan. The AUTO button displays the Automix status.
Chapter 3—Selected Channel Window Aux Sends This is the Selected Channel window for Aux Sends. CHANNEL SELECT section Channels can be selected by clicking the Channel ID and choosing from the list that appears, or by clicking the left and right Channel Select buttons. The long channel name is displayed below the Channel ID.
INSERT section This section contains the Insert parameters for the currently selected Aux Send. The INSERT button turns the Insert on and off. The OUT and IN parameters are used to specify the insert out destination and insert in source respectively. The POSITION parameter is used to specify the position of the Insert in the signal path.
Chapter 3—Selected Channel Window DELAY section This section contains the delay controls for the Stereo Out. The rotary control is used to set the delay time, and the ON button turns the Delay function on and off. Balance & level section This section contains the balance control, AUTO and ON buttons, and channel fader for the Stereo Out.
4 Library Window The Library window allows you to control and manage DM1000 Scenes and libraries. In addition, Scenes and libraries can be saved to disk on your computer. The Library window provides access to the following libraries: Library Scene Channel Equalizer Gate...
Chapter 4—Library Window SAVE button This button is used to save the currently open Library ﬁle. SAVE AS button This button is used to save the currently open Library ﬁle with a different name. TITLE pane This pane displays the memory list. PROTECT pane This pane displays a padlock icon for protected memories.
5 Patch Editor Window The Patch Editor window is used to patch Inputs, Outputs, Inserts, Effects, and Direct Outs. It consists of ﬁve pages, which are selected by clicking the tabs along the top of the window. To open the Patch Editor window, choose Patch Editor from the Windows menu. INPUT PATCH Page Channel IDs These are the Channel IDs.
Chapter 5—Patch Editor Window OUTPUT PATCH Page Channel IDs These are the Channel IDs. Long channel names These are the Channel long names. To edit a name, click it and type. AUTO SETUP button Clicking this button sets the patches on this page to their initial values. ALL CLEAR button This button clears all patches on this page.
INSERT PATCH Page Channel IDs These are the Channel IDs. Long channel names These are the Channel long names. To edit a name, click it and type. LIBRARY buttons These buttons open the Input and Output Patch Library windows. Insert Out Patchbay This patchbay is used to patch output ports to the Insert Outs of Input Channels, Bus Outs, Aux Sends, and the Stereo Out.
Chapter 5—Patch Editor Window EFFECT PATCH Page Effects processor #1 inputs These parameters are used to select input sources for internal effects processors #1. LIBRARY button This button opens the Input Patch Library window. Effects processors 2–4 inputs These parameters are used to select input sources for internal effects processors 2–4. Studio Manager for DM1000—Owner’s Manual...
DIRECT OUT PATCH Page Channel IDs These are the Channel IDs. Long channel names These are the Channel long names. To edit a name, click it and type. LIBRARY button This button opens the Output Patch Library window. Patchbay The patchbay is used to patch output ports to the Direct Outs. Active patches are indicated by a red dot.
Chapter 6—Surround Editor Window 6 Surround Editor Window The Surround Editor window allows you to edit the surround pan position of the currently selected Input Channel. To open the Surround Editor window, choose Surround Editor from the Windows menu. CHANNEL SELECT section Channels can be selected by clicking the Channel ID and selecting from the list that appears, or by clicking the left and right Channel Select buttons.
Timecode Counter Window 7 Timecode Counter Window The Timecode Counter window displays the current timecode position in hours, minutes, seconds, and frames, or measures, beats, and MIDI clocks, depending on the speciﬁed time- code source. It works in unison with the timecode counters on the DM1000 Automix Main page.
Chapter 8—Effect Editor Window 8 Effect Editor Window The Effect Editor window allows you to edit the internal effects processors. To open the Effect Editor window, choose Effect Editor from the Windows menu. Effects processor select These buttons are used to select the internal effects processors. Effect select section The EFFECT NAME, TYPE, and IN/OUT are the name, type and I/O conﬁguration of the effect recalled to the currently selected effects processor.
9 Keyboard Shortcuts File Menu Windows CTRL+N CTRL+O CTRL+S Windows Menu Windows CTRL+W CTRL+ALT+W CTRL+1 CTRL+2 CTRL+3 CTRL+4 CTRL+5 CTRL+6 Macintosh Creates a new Session Opens a previously saved Session Saves the current Session Macintosh Closes the foremost window except the Console window Closes all windows except the Console window -Option-W Opens the Selected Channel window...
Index ALL CLEAR button 23 , 24 All Lib, synchronization 7 AUTO button 10 , 11 , 12 , 15 , 17 AUTO SETUP button 23 , 24 Aux Section 10 Aux Send masters console window 12 selected channel window 18 AUX SEND section 15 Bus Outs console window 12...
Surround pan graph 28 Surround pan position 28 Synchronizing Studio Manager 7 Timecode counter window 29 Title pane 22 TO STEREO section 17 TYPE I button 15 TYPE II button 15 UNDO button 22 Yamaha Web Site 2 Studio Manager for DM1000—Owner’s Manual...