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Input Channels - Yamaha MD8 Owner's Manual

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Input Channels

1
GAIN
1
LINE
MIC
PB
MIC/
2
LINE
FLIP
CUE
P
A
N
3
L
R
L
E
V
E
L
0
10
HIGH
–15
+15
MID
F
4
250
5k
G
–15
+15
LOW
–15
+15
AUX
1
5
0
10
2
0
10
1
2
6
GROUP ASSIGN
3
4
PAN
7
L
R
ODD
EVEN
10
9
8
7
6
8
5
4
3
2
1
0
A
GAIN control
This rotary control adjusts the sensitivity of the MIC/LINE input so that both
microphone and line-level signals can be handled with ease.
B
FLIP switch
This switch is used to select the signal sources for the input channel and CUE con-
trols. With the [FLIP] switch in the up position, the MIC/LINE input signal is
fed to the input channel and the track signal is fed to the CUE controls. With the
[FLIP] switch in the down position, however, this is reversed: the MIC/LINE
input signal is fed to the CUE controls and the track signal is fed to the input
channel.
C
CUE PAN & LEVEL controls
These two controls are used to adjust the level and pan of the CUE signal. The
CUE signal source depends on the [FLIP] switch. With the [FLIP] switch set to
the up position, the signal source is the track (i.e., the signal being recorded or
played back). With the [FLIP] switch set to the down position, the CUE signal
source is the MIC/LINE inputs. This setting is typically used during mixdown,
when the track signal is fed through the input channel. This allows you to connect
extra sound sources during mixdown and set their level and pan position using
the CUE controls.
D
EQ controls
These rotary controls are used to boost and cut the high, middle, and low fre-
quency bands independently. The High and Low EQs are fixed frequency shelving
types. The Mid EQ is a sweepable peaking type. A flat setting (i.e., no boost or
cut) can be set quickly using the controls' center detents.
+15
+10
+5
0
–5
–10
–15
20
100
HIGH 15 dB at 12 kHz—shelving type
MID 15 dB at 250 Hz–5 kHz—sweepable peaking type
LOW 15 dB at 80 Hz—shelving type
E
AUX controls
These rotary controls are used to send the input channel signal to the AUX SEND
outputs for processing by external effects processors.
Input Channels
Sweepable range
1k
Frequency [Hz]
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