Chapter 1—Getting Started 1 Getting Started Introduction The Yamaha Studio Manager for DM2000 allows you to control and display DM2000 parameters on your computer. This Owner’s Manual contains information about installing and operating Studio Manager for DM2000. Please refer to the DM2000 Owner’s Manual for detailed information on oper- ating the DM2000.
A VGA or better display with 800 x 600 pixels, 256 colors • Microsoft Windows 95, 98, 98SE, Me, NT4.0, 2000, XP Home Edition, XP Professional Edi- tion Yamaha USB MIDI Driver • At least 32 MB of RAM •...
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USB MIDI Driver To operate the DM2000 from your computer via USB, you’ll need to install the USB MIDI driver. This software transfers MIDI data back and forth between Studio Manager and the DM2000 via USB. Computer Sequence Software For Windows 98/Me, see the next section. For Windows 2000, see page 6.
Note: You may be asked to insert your Windows CD-ROM so that the driver can be located. Specify the USBdrv_ folder of the CD-ROM (such as D:\USBdrv_\) and continue the instal- lation. When the driver is found, “YAMAHA USB MIDI Driver” is displayed in the window as shown below. Studio Manager—Owner’s Manual...
Click Next. After installation is complete, the window appears as shown below. Windows 98 Note: It may take up to ten seconds for this window to appear. Click Finish. The driver is installed. Installing on a Windows 2000 system Turn on your PC and use the “Administrator” account to log into Windows 2000.
If you install Card Filer, you can manage DM2000 data stored on SmartMedia cards. Double-click the “Card_” folder. The folder opens and various ﬁles including “Setup.exe” are displayed. Double-click “Setup.exe.” The YAMAHA Card Filer setup dialog appears. Studio Manager—Owner’s Manual in the upper right cor-...
Follow the on-screen directions to install the software. A YAMAHA folder is created in C:\Program Files (the default location). The ﬁles for Card Filer are created inside that folder. Refer to “Card Filer Manual.pdf” for information on using Card Filer.
Copy the “OMS Setup for YAMAHA” on the CD-ROM to the “OMS Applica- tions” folder (drag-and-drop it to the folder). In the “OMS Setup for YAMAHA” folder there are the OMS Setup ﬁles for the Yamaha tone generators, which can be used as templates.
• USB YAMAHA MIDI Driver is located in System Folder\Extensions • YAMAHA USB MIDI OMS Driver is located in System Folder\OMS Folder Card Filer If you inst Card Filer, you can manage DM2000 data stored on SmartMedia cards. Double-click the “Card_” folder.
Insert the included CD-ROM into the CD-ROM drive of your Mac. The CD-ROM icon appears on the desktop. Double-click the CD-ROM icon, “OMS_”, and “OMS Setup for YAMAHA.” Three ﬁles “DM2000-Modem,” “DM2000-Printer,” and “DM2000-USB” appear. Copy these to the hard disk on your computer.
The OMS studio setup is complete. Note: After the OMS Studio Setup above has been completed, your computer will recognize only the DM2000 as a MIDI instrument. If you use another MIDI instrument in addition to the DM2000,or you add a second DM2000 to the existing system, you should create an original Studio Setup ﬁle.
For Windows, click the “Start” button and select Programs, YAMAHA Studio Manager, DM2000, Studio Manager for DM2000. For Mac, open the Studio Manager folder and double-click “YAMAHA Studio Manager for DM2000.” Studio Manager displays its startup screen, shown below, and then takes a few seconds to initialize itself before opening the Console window.
Shown below left is the Mac version of the dialog, and below right is the Windows version. Using Studio Manager Online & Ofﬂine When Studio Manager is started, it opens a new Session using its default settings and checks whether an active DM2000 is connected, active meaning connected and turned on. If an active DM2000 is detected, a message appears asking whether or not you want to transfer the settings of the Studio Manager Session to the DM2000 (PC –>Console), or transfer the settings of the DM2000 to the Studio Manager Session (Console–>PC), or neither (CAN-...
Chapter 2—Console Window 2 Console Window The Console window is Studio Manager’s main window and opens when Studio Manager is started. It provides an overview of the mixer channels, and most major functions can be operated from here. The window is divided into the Channel Section and the Master Sec- tion.
Input Channels An Input Channel from the Console window is shown below. 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. Bus Out routing buttons These buttons are used to route the Input Channel’s signal to one or more of the Bus Outs.
Chapter 2—Console Window Delay Time This parameter is used to set the delay time of the Delay function. Delay times can be set by dragging. Channel number Displays the Channel number of the channel. AUX section These controls are used to set the levels of the 12 Aux Sends. To turn an Aux Send on or off, click its number.
Master Section The Master Section is situated on the right side of the Console window. ONLINE/OFFLINE status indicator This indicator shows whether Studio Manager is online or ofﬂine. See “Using Studio Manager Online & Ofﬂine” on page 14 for more information. Meters (Stereo shown) These meters display the output level of the Stereo Out when the PAN CONTROL is set to “STEREO,”...
Chapter 2—Console Window Master Section Meters If the PAN CONTROL is set to “SURR” (Surround mode), the Meters display the levels of the Bus Outs used for surround processing. Shown on the right are how the Meters appear in 3-1 and 5.1 Surround modes. In 3-1 Surround mode, Bus Outs 1 to 4 levels are labelled as the Left, Center, Right, and Surround chan- nels respectively.
Master Layer Channels When the Master Layer is selected in the Master Section, the Bus Outs, Aux Sends, and Matrix Sends can be selected. A Bus Out is shown below. Aux Sends and Matrix Sends appear the same except that they do not have a STEREO button. Master Layer Channels STEREO button (Bus Out only) This button is used to route the Bus Out to the Stereo Out.
Chapter 2—Console Window Remote Layer Channels When a Remote Layer is selected in the Master Section, Remote Channels can be selected. Studio Manager—Owner’s Manual Channel number Displays the Channel number of the channel. SELECT button This button is used to select the Remote Channel. ON button This button turns the Remote Channel on and off.
3 Selected Channel Window To open the Selected Channel window, choose Selected Channel from the Windows menu. The Selected Channel window is used for displaying and editing a single channel in detail. Its content varies depending on the selected channel’s facilities. There are six variations of the Selected Channel window, they are: •...
Chapter 3—Selected Channel Window and hold time of the Gate, and the Gate’s curve is drawn on its display graph. The GR meter indicates the level of gain reduction being applied by the Gate. The ON button turns the Gate on and off, and the LINK button is used to pair the Gate of the currently selected Input Channel with its adjacent channel, with the Pair mode setting on the DM2000 determining whether pairing is horizontal or vertical.
INSERT section This section contains the parameters for the currently selected Input Channel’s Insert. The INSERT button turns the Insert on and off. The OUT and IN parameters are used to select the channel’s Insert Out and Insert In, and the POSITION parameter is used to specify the Insert’s position in the channel’s signal path.
Chapter 3—Selected Channel Window Bus Out Routing/Pan/Level section This section contains the controls for the currently selected Bus Out’s routing, pan, and level functions. The TO STEREO button turns on and off the Bus to Stereo routing, and the rotary controls are used to set the Bus to Stereo level and Pan position. The SOLO button is used to solo the Bus Out, the ON button to turn the Bus Out on and off, and the Channel Fader to set the Bus Out level.
the Long Channel name, which can be edited. To edit the name, click it and type. The LIBRARY button is not used in Version 1.0 of Studio Manager for DM2000. EQUALIZER section This section contains the controls and display graph for the currently selected Aux Send’s 4-band Parametric Equalizer and is identical to the Equalizer section of the Input Channels.
Chapter 3—Selected Channel Window Stereo Out The Selected Channel window for the Stereo Out is shown below. Note that this window cannot be opened from the Windows menu if a Remote Layer is selected. 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.
Out and Insert In, and the POSITION parameter is used to specify the Insert’s position in the channel’s signal path. FADER GROUP/MUTE GROUP section This section contains the buttons for assigning the Stereo Out to the Fader Groups and Mute Groups. Matrix Sends The Selected Channel window for the Matrix Sends is shown below.
Chapter 3—Selected Channel Window DELAY section This section contains the controls for the currently selected Matrix Send’s Delay function. The rotary control is used to set the delay time, and the ON button turns the Delay function on and off. Matrix Send Level section This section contains the ChannelON button, the SOLO button, and the Channel Fader for the currently selected Matrix Send.
4 Patch Editor Window To open the Patch Editor window, choose Patch Editor from the Windows menu. The Patch Editor window’s ﬁve pages are used to patch Inputs, Outputs, Inserts, Direct Outs, and Effects. Pages can be selected by clicking the tabs along the top of the window. Input Patch Page Input Patch page tab This tab is used to select the Input Patch page.
Chapter 4—Patch Editor Window LIBRARY button This button is not used in Version 1.0 of Studio Manager for DM2000. Patch grid This grid is used to patch input ports to the Input Channels. To patch, click a square in the grid that is aligned with an input port and Input Channel.
Patch grid This grid is used to patch the Output signals to the output ports. A red dot indicates that a connection is made. Insert Patch Page Insert Patch page tab This tab is used to select the Insert Patch page. Channel IDs This column displays the Channel IDs.
Chapter 4—Patch Editor Window Effect Patch Page Effects Patch page tab This tab is used to select the Effect Patch page. Effects Processors #1 and #2 inputs These parameters are used to select sources for the inputs of Internal Effects processors #1 and #2.
Direct Out Patch Page Direct Out Patch page tab This tab is used to select the Direct Out Patch page. Channel IDs This column displays the Channel IDs. Long Channel names This column displays the Long Channel names, which can be edited here. To edit a name, click it and type.
Chapter 5—Surround Editor Window 5 Surround Editor Window To open the Surround Editor window, choose Surround Editor from the Windows menu. The Surround Editor window displays the surround controls for the selected Input Chan- nel. Channel Select section This section displays the Channel ID and Long Channel name of the currently selected Input Channel.
6 GEQ Editor Window To open the GEQ Editor window, choose GEQ Editor from the Windows menu. The GEQ Editor window displays the controls of the GEQs. MODULE parameter This parameter is used to select a GEQ. INSERT parameter This parameter is used to select the insertion point for the selected GEQ. LINK buttons These buttons are used to link the controls of two or more GEQs together.
Chapter 7—Timecode Counter Window 7 Timecode Counter Window To open the Timecode Counter window, choose Timecode Counter from the Windows menu. The Timecode Counter window displays the DM2000’s timecode in the same format as that visible on the DM2000 Automix Main page, i.e., Time display (Hours, Minutes, Sec- onds, Frames), or Measure display (Measure, Beat, Clock).
Stereo Out Console window view of Selected Channel view of Surround Editor window Surround mode, selecting Surround pan position, setting in Surround Editor window Synchronization System requirements Timecode Counter window USB MIDI driver installation for Mac for Windows Yamaha Web Site...