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DIGITAL MIXING CONSOLE
PM5D / PM5D-RH
PM5D / PM5D-RH
PM5D / PM5D-RH
Owner's Manual
Owner's Manual
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  • Page 1 DIGITAL MIXING CONSOLE PM5D / PM5D-RH PM5D / PM5D-RH PM5D / PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual Owner’s Manual Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 2: Important Safety Instructions

    Compliance with FCC regulations does * This applies only to products distributed by YAMAHA CORPORATION OF AMERICA. CAUTION RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK...
  • Page 3 Kanaalweg 18-G, 3526 KL UTRECHT Tel. 030-2828425 • For the removal of the battery at the moment of the disposal at the end of the service life please consult your retailer or Yamaha Service Center as follows: Yamaha Music Nederland Service Center...
  • Page 4 • If this device or the power supply should be dropped or damaged, immediately turn off the power switch, disconnect the electric plug from the outlet, and have the device inspected by qualified Yamaha service personnel. Location • When transporting or moving the device, always use four or more people.
  • Page 5: Backup Battery

    XLR-type connectors are wired as follows (IEC60268 standard): pin 1: ground, pin 2: hot (+), and pin 3: cold (-). Yamaha cannot be held responsible for damage caused by improper use or modifications to the device, or data that is lost or destroyed.
  • Page 6: Table Of Contents

    An overview of the PM5D... 10 Differences between the PM5D model and the PM5D-RH model ... 11 About the channel structure of the PM5D... 12 Regarding word clock synchronization ... 12 How this manual is organized... 13 Conventions in this manual ... 13 Top, front, and rear panels...
  • Page 7 Basic settings for cascade connection ... 143 Selecting the buses used for cascade connection ... 144 Connecting the PM5D to a computer via USB ...146 Caution when using the USB TO HOST connector ... 146 Initializing the PM5D’s internal memory ...147 Adjusting the faders and input/output gain (Calibration) ...147...
  • Page 8 TALKBACK screen... 212 OSCILLATOR screen... 213 2TR I/O screen... 215 MONITOR screen ... 216 CUE/SOLO screen... 217 PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual Output functions ... 220 OUTPUT PATCH function ...220 OUTPUT PATCH screen ...220 INSERT PATCH screen ...221 INSERT POINT screen ...222 OUTPUT PATCH LIBRARY screen...223...
  • Page 9 MIDI Implementation Chart...357 Index...358 PM5D/PM5D-RH Block Diagram... End of Manual PM5D Level Diagram ... End of Manual PM5D-RH Level Diagram ... End of Manual • The illustrations and screen displays as shown in this Owner’s Manual are for instructional purposes only, and may be different from the ones on your device.
  • Page 10: Introduction

    Thank you Thank you for purchasing the Yamaha PM5D digital mixing console. In order to take full advantage of the PM5D’s superior functionality and enjoy years of trouble-free use, please read this manual before you begin using the product. After you have read the manual, keep it in a safe place.
  • Page 11: Differences Between The Pm5D Model And The Pm5D-Rh Model

    Differences between the PM5D model and the PM5D-RH model The PM5D is available as the standard PM5D model or as the PM5D-RH model which allows internal head amp settings to be programmed. These models differ as follows. ❏ PM5D model •...
  • Page 12: About The Channel Structure Of The Pm5D

    ( ➥ p.31), and to the Reference Section “WORD CLOCK screen” ( ➥ p.199). • As an exception, digital signals that are not synchronized with the PM5D can be input via a digital I/O card that con- tains a sampling rate converter, or via the 2TR IN/OUT DIGITAL jacks.
  • Page 13: How This Manual Is Organized

    2 through 7 first. ❏ Reference section This section explains the functionality and operation for all of the PM5D’s screens. Refer to this section when you want to learn about the items in the screens. ❏ Appendices This contains various information such as library lists, parameter lists for the internal effects, the MIDI data for- mat, and lists of warning messages and error messages.
  • Page 14: Top, Front, And Rear Panels

    Top, front, and rear panels Top, front, and rear panels This chapter explains the names and functions of each part of the PM5D. Details for each section of the top panel are explained in subsequent chapters of this operating section; refer to the appropri- ate chapter for more information.
  • Page 15 You can adjust the angle of the display by moving the upper part of the display frame forward or backward. Note Before moving the PM5D, you must lower the display all the way back until it is fastened in place. J FADER MODE section...
  • Page 16: Rear Panel

    1/4" TRS Ring (cold) phone plug Sleeve (ground) C ST IN (Stereo input) jacks 1–4 (PM5D model) These are balanced XLR-3-31 type input jacks for inputting analog audio signals from line level devices. Nominal input level is –34 dBu to +10 dBu.
  • Page 17 This is a four-pin female XLR output jack for supply- ing power to a gooseneck lamp. (These jacks are provided at three locations). The location of these jacks differs between the PM5D model and the PM5D-RH model. I MONITOR OUT jacks...
  • Page 18: Front Panel

    MIDI messages to and from external MIDI devices. The MIDI IN connector receives messages from an external device, and the MIDI OUT connector trans- mits messages from the PM5D. Messages received at the MIDI IN connector are retransmitted without change from the MIDI THRU connector.
  • Page 19: Basic Operation On The Pm5D

    Basic operation on the PM5D This chapter explains the various types of user interface used to operate the PM5D. About the various types of user interface Basic parameters such as mixing and editing the sound of each channel can be controlled by the faders and encoders of the top panel.
  • Page 20: Display Access Section

    A [DEC/CANCEL]/[INC/OK] keys Use these keys to increase or decrease the value of the parameter where the cursor is located. If the PM5D has displayed a window asking you to confirm an opera- tion such as recall or store, these buttons can be used instead of the CANCEL button and OK button shown in the window.
  • Page 21: External User Interface

    ❏ Mouse A PS/2 compatible mouse can be connected to the MOUSE connector located on the front panel of the PM5D and used in the same way as the track pad. ❏ Keyboard A PS/2 compatible keyboard can be connected to the KEY-...
  • Page 22: Basic Operation

    Basic operation on the PM5D Basic operation This section explains the basic procedures you can perform in the PM5D’s display. In general, you will perform operations in the PM5D’s display by combining the operations described here. Click Moving the pointer to a specific parameter in the screen and pressing the left/right track pad button (or the left/ right mouse button) is called “clicking.”...
  • Page 23: Accessing A Desired Screen

    The cursor in the display will move in the direction of the key you pressed. However, it will not move if there is no parameter in the direction of that key. Operating section PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual buttons located below Move to the adjacent grid...
  • Page 24: Scrolling The Screen

    Basic operation on the PM5D To move quickly to the outer edge of the cur- rent window or to a different window, hold down the [SHIFT] key and use the CURSOR [√]/[®]/[π]/[†] keys. You will move from the scroll window in which the cursor is currently located, in the direction of the key you pressed.
  • Page 25: Operating The Buttons

    Down> keys of a PS/2 keyboard. When adjusting a parameter that has a wide range of adjustment, you can increase the rate of change by holding down the [SHIFT] key while you press the [DEC/CANCEL]/[INC/OK] keys (or turn the [DATA] encoder). Operating section PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 26: Assigning A Name

    Basic operation on the PM5D Assigning a name On the PM5D you can assign a four-character name to each input channel or DCA group, and assign a title to scene and library data when saving it. For example, the screen shown below is the LIBRARY STORE window that appears when you assign a name to the INPUT EQ library.
  • Page 27: Connections And Setup

    Connections and setup This chapter explains how to make audio input/output connections, and how to perform the setup required when starting the PM5D for the first time. Audio connections Analog audio connections PM5D model Synthesizer Microphone Effect processor INPUT jacks 1–48 are used mainly to connect micro- phones or monaural line-level devices.
  • Page 28: Analog Output Connections

    The MONITOR OUT jacks output the monitor signal that is selected in the top panel MONITOR section. The CUE OUT jacks output the cue monitor signal of the channel that is currently selected by its [CUE] key. PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual Monitor speakers Monitor speakers MONITOR OUT...
  • Page 29: Digital Input/Output Connections

    B channel signals to a DAT recorder or other digital device. By installing separately sold mini-YGDAI I/O cards in slots 1–4 you can add analog input/output jacks to the PM5D or allow connection of digital devices such as digital MTR or HDR units.
  • Page 30: Installing An Option Card

    Connections and setup Installing an option card Before installing a card, you must check the Yamaha web- site to make sure that this device is compatible with this card, and to verify the number of cards that can be installed in conjunction with other Yamaha or third-party cards.
  • Page 31: Word Clock Connections And Settings

    Word clock connections and settings This section explains the word clock settings required in order to send or receive digital audio between the PM5D and an external digital device. About word clock When digital audio signals are being sent or received between multiple devices, the devices must process the audio signals at the matching timing.
  • Page 32: Restoring The Current Scene To The Default State

    Restoring the current scene to the default state When the PM5D is in its default state, the input signals from INPUT jacks 1–48 are patched to input channels 1– 48 and the input signals from ST IN jacks 1–4 are patched to the ST IN channels, and can then be output via the STE- REO bus or MIX buses.
  • Page 33: Input Channel Operations

    INPUT jacks 1–48 are assigned to these channels. ST IN channels 1–4 These channels are used to process stereo signals. When the input patching is in the default state, the input signals from ST IN jacks 1–4 are assigned to these channels. Operating section PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 34 Adjusts the input level of the effect. • ON (On/off) Turns the input channel on/off. If off, that channel is muted. PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual • PAN Adjusts the panning of the signal sent from the input channel to the STEREO bus. If necessary, this pan set- ting can also be applied to signals sent to two paired MIX buses.
  • Page 35: Ad In Section

    The AD IN section AD-converts the signals that are input from the rear panel INPUT jacks 1–48 and ST IN jacks 1–4, and sends them to the input patch section. The structure of this section differs between the PM5D model and the PM5D-RH model.
  • Page 36: Controlling The Input Sensitivity And Phantom Power (+48V) Of The Head Amp

    (+48V) on/off status. Note • On the PM5D-RH model, head amp settings can also be made from the HA/INSERT function CH 1-24 screen, CH 25-48 screen, or ST IN/FX RTN screen ( ➥ p.258).
  • Page 37: Input Channel Strip

    STEREO bus or MIX buses. H Fader This 100 mm fader adjusts the input level of the input channel. I [CUE] key This key lets you cue-monitor the signal of the input channel. PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual Operating section...
  • Page 38 The LED of the mute group to which that input chan- nel is assigned will light. P [RCL SAFE]/[MUTE SAFE] LEDs The corresponding LED will light when recall safe or mute safe is enabled for the input channel. PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual Operating section...
  • Page 39: St In/Fx Rtn Channel Strip

    G CH [ON] key H Fader I [CUE] key J [TO ST] LED K [COMP] LED L [GATE] LED M Meter LEDs N DCA assign LEDs O MUTE assign LEDs P [RCL SAFE]/[MUTE SAFE] LEDs PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual L ) and Operating section...
  • Page 40: Fader Flip/Encoder Mode Section

    “Pn” while this key is on. D [GAIN/ATT] key This key selects input sensitivity to the internal head amp (PM5D-RH model only) or external head amp device (AD8HR or AD824) or attenuation immedi- ately after AD conversion as the parameter controlled by the encoders.
  • Page 41: Various Operations For Input Channels

    Various operations for input channels Selecting the function of the encoders When the PM5D is in the default state, the encoders of the INPUT channel strip and ST IN/FX RTN channel strip are assigned to control send levels to MIX buses 1–24. How- ever you can use the various ENCODER MODE keys to select one of the following as the function of the encoders.
  • Page 42: Sending A Signal From An Input Channel To The Stereo Bus

    At this time, the [TO ST] LED of the INPUT channel strip will light. STEREO [PAN] encoder PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual Raise the corresponding fader of the INPUT channel strip. The level of the input signal is shown by the level meter located at the right of the CH [ON] key.
  • Page 43: Sending The Signal From The Input Channel To A Mix Bus

    Turn the MIX encoders to adjust the send lev- els to the MIX buses. The LEDs around the periphery of the encoder indi- cate the approximate send level. MIX [ON] key MIX encoder Operating section PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual [MIX MASTER] key...
  • Page 44 MIX bus on/ off. Input channels PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual To turn off the signal sent from that channel to a MIX bus, press the MIX [ON] key to turn it off. Press the MIX [ON] key once again to turn it back on.
  • Page 45: Enabling/Disabling Pairing

    When you switch to “vertical pair” mode, new num- bers will be assigned to the input channels. For details, refer to p.200. You can return to “horizontal pair mode” by clicking the HORIZONTAL PAIR button to turn it on. Operating section PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 46 To defeat pairing, hold down the [SHIFT] key and press the [SEL] key of one of the channels. A window will ask you to confirm that you want to defeat pairing. Click the OK button to defeat pairing. PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual Operating section...
  • Page 47: Output Channel Operations

    The signals sent from input channels to MIX buses are sent via these channels to MIX OUT jacks 1–24 or the STEREO/ MATRIX buses. STEREO A/B channels The signals sent from input channels or MIX channels are sent via these channels to STEREO OUT jacks A/B. Operating section PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 48 • METER This meter indicates the output level of the output channel. The level detection point can be switched. PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual • MIX to STEREO (MIX channels) This is an on/off switch for the signal sent from the MIX channel to the STEREO bus.
  • Page 49: Mix Section

    [MIX/MATRIX] key of the meter section. The output level of the MIX channels will be shown by the [INPUT/MIX] meters. INPUT/MIX meters OVER J ) is PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual OVER CH 1-24 MATRIX ST IN/ PEAK /ST IN...
  • Page 50 MATRIX [SEL] key, the MIX encoders 1–24 will respectively adjust the send levels from the MIX channels to the currently selected MATRIX bus. PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual Continuing to hold down the MATRIX [SEL] key, turn MIX encoders 1–24 to adjust the level of the signal sent from each MIX channel to the currently selected MATRIX bus.
  • Page 51 To defeat pairing, hold down the MIX [SEL] key of one of the paired MIX channels and press the MIX [SEL] key of the other channel. When MIX channels are paired, the signal flow will change as follows. Operating section PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 52 SEND PAN INPUT CHANNEL FADER MIX1/2 (VARI) LEVEL PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual MIX channel output signals • If MIX channels are not paired When the [MIX MASTER] key is on, the MIX encod- ers will adjust the output level of the corresponding MIX channels.
  • Page 53: Stereo A/B Channel Strip

    REO channel. F STEREO fader This 100 mm fader adjusts the output level of the STE- REO channel. G STEREO [CUE] key This is used to monitor the STEREO A/B channel via the Cue Monitor/Solo function. PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual Operating section...
  • Page 54: Operations In The Stereo A/B Channel Strip

    B channels. However you can also use the STEREO B chan- nel as a Center channel for L/C/R three-channel playback ( ➥ p.201, 242). PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual ❏ Sending signals from the STEREO A/B channels to MATRIX buses Here’s how the signal of the STEREO A/B channels can be sent to the MATRIX buses.
  • Page 55: Matrix Section

    MATRIX channels and press the [SEL] key of the other MATRIX channel. When MATRIX channels are paired, the signal flow will change as follows. Operating section PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual ST/IN MATRIX meters 1L 1R 2L 2R 3L 3R 4L 4R OVER OVER...
  • Page 56 MATRIX buses, refer to p.50. For details on how to send the signal from either the STEREO A or B channel to all MATRIX buses, refer to p.54. PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual Output signals from MATRIX channels • If MATRIX channels are not paired The MATRIX encoders adjust the output level of the corresponding MATRIX channel.
  • Page 57: Using The Selected Channel Section

    This key switches Mute Safe on/off for the selected channel. If this key is on, the corresponding channel will be temporarily excluded from mute groups. E Level meter This indicates the input/output level of the selected channel. PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual Operating section...
  • Page 58: Channel Select

    Paste operation cannot be executed. • The data in the buffer memory is lost when the power is turned off. PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual F CH [DEC] key G CH [INC] key The CH [DEC] key decrements the currently selected channel number, and the CH [INC] key increments it.
  • Page 59: Gain/Attenuation/Ø (Gain / Attenuation / Phase)

    • [GAIN/ATT] key lit (Gain) The encoder adjusts the input sensitivity of the inter- nal head amp patched to the input channel (PM5D- RH only) or of an external head amp that supports the dedicated protocol (Yamaha AD8HR, AD824, etc.).
  • Page 60: Stereo

    STEREO bus. MIX channel STEREO A/B channels No function. MATRIX channel PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual COMPRESSOR Here you can edit compressor parameters for the selected channel. This section is available only if a channel other than an FX RTN channel is selected.
  • Page 61: Hpf (High Pass Filter)

    D EQ [ ] key If this key is on, the corresponding HIGH band EQ type will be switched to shelving. In this case, the HIGH band EQ [Q] knob will have no function. Operating section PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 62: Operations In The Selected Channel Section

    The name of the selected channel PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual The number shown in the number indicator is as fol- lows. If a channel is paired, the decimal point for the lowest place will light. For a FX RTN channel, the deci- mal point for the highest place will light.
  • Page 63: Compressor Operations

    Here’s how you can use the SELECTED CHANNEL sec- tion to operate the internal compressor. Note The PM5D provides four types of built-in compressor; COMP (compressor), EXPANDER (expander), COMPANDER H (hard compander), and COMPANDER S (soft compander). These four operate in different ways. This means that if you...
  • Page 64: Gate Operations

    Note The PM5D provides two types of built-in gating; GATE and DUCKING. These operate in different ways. This means that if you want to use a gate, you must load gate settings of the desired type from the gate library, and then edit the parame- ters as desired.
  • Page 65: Eq/Hpf Operations

    • In the same way as for compressor or noise gate settings, EQ settings can also be stored to or recalled from a dedi- cated EQ library. Preset library items suitable for a variety of instruments or situations are also provided. PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual HPF [ON] Operating section...
  • Page 66: Input Patch / Output Patch Operations

    Changing the input patch settings The input patch section lets you assign input ports to input channels. In the PM5D’s default state, the input patch set- tings assign the following signals to input channels. Input channels 1–48 Input signals from INPUT jacks 1–48...
  • Page 67: Changing The Output Patch Settings

    (i.e., patch sources). When the PM5D is in its default state, MIX channels 1–24, MATRIX channels 1–8, and the STEREO A channel are patched to the output channels of slots 1–4 and the 2TR OUT DIGITAL jacks in addition to the output jacks that are always connected.
  • Page 68 “ ” symbol once again. Note You can patch an output channel to more than one output port, but you cannot patch multiple output channels to a sin- gle output port. PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual Output port Operating section...
  • Page 69: Inserting An External Device Into A Channel

    If you are inserting an external digital device via a digital I/ O card as shown in “Insert connection example will need to synchronize the word clock of the PM5D and the external device. Normally, we recommend that you set the external device as a word clock slave, and make it fol- low the PM5D’s word clock.
  • Page 70: Patching The Insert-Out And Insert-In

    GEQ module into that channel. (For details on using the graphic EQ ➥ p.110) PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual In the right side of the screen, click the grid at which the input port connected to your exter- nal device intersects the desired channel.
  • Page 71 If you selected AD IN as the insert-in, or if you selected a slot to which an external head amp supporting the special protocol (Yamaha AD8HR, AD824) is con- nected, make head amp settings as necessary (➥ p.36). Operating section...
  • Page 72: Directly Outputting The Signal Of An Input Channel

    DIRECT OUT ON/OFF button in the INSERT/DIRECT OUT screen described below. PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual Press the INPUT [PATCH] key several times to access the INSERT/DIRECT OUT POINT screen (INPUT PATCH function) shown below.
  • Page 73: Grouping And Linking

    0 dB position. D DCA fader This fader adjusts the level of the DCA group. E DCA [RCL SAFE] LED If Recall Safe is enabled for a DCA group, the corre- sponding LED will light. PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual Operating section...
  • Page 74: Using Dca Groups

    DCA assign LEDs DCA [1]–[8] keys Select the DCA group(s) for other channels in the same way. PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual ❏ To select the channels that will belong to a specific DCA group In the ASSIGN MODE section, press the ASSIGN MODE [DCA] key.
  • Page 75: Controlling Dca Groups

    PREFERENCE 1 screen (UTILITY screen). To un-mute a DCA group, press the lit [MUTE] key in the DCA strip. MUTE [1]–[8] keys Mute assign LEDs Select the mute group(s) for other channels in the same way. Operating section PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 76: Controlling Mute Groups

    • When the DIRECT RECALL button is on The SCENE MEMORY [1]–[8] keys will directly recall the scene that is assigned to each key. PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual • When the MUTE MASTER button is on The SCENE MEMORY [1]–[8] keys will switch mut- ing on/off for mute groups 1–8.
  • Page 77: Using Eq Link And Compressor Link

    In each screen, the channels (assignment source) are listed horizontally, and the link group number or alphabetical character (assignment destination) are listed vertically. Hint The EQ link groups and compressor link groups are indepen- dent for input channels and output channels. Operating section PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 78 Hint Link group settings are saved as part of the scene. Note The STEREO LINK button and KEY IN SOURCE settings are not linked even for channels belonging to the same compres- sor link group. PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual Operating section...
  • Page 79: Scene Memory

    About scenes The PM5D can store and recall the current state of its mix parameters as a “scene.” Scenes are assigned a scene number of 000–500. Scene 000 is read-only, and cannot be overwritten. Other scene numbers may be rewritten freely.
  • Page 80: Items In The Scene Memory Section

    When you recall a scene in this mode, the mix parameter values of that scene will be shown in the PM5D’s panel, but the internal signal processing will remain as it was before the recall.
  • Page 81: Using Scene Memories

    Before you continue with the following procedure, make sure that the SCENE MEMORY section SCENE MEMORY [PRE- VIEW] key is off (dark). (If it is on, turn it off.) Use the PM5D’s panel controls to set the mix parameters as desired. Use the SCENE MEMORY [π]/[†] keys to select the store-destination scene number.
  • Page 82: Recalling A Scene

    Preview mode lets you check or edit the settings of a scene stored in memory without affecting the signal processing of the current scene. When you recall a scene in this mode, the settings of the newly recalled scene will appear on the PM5D’s panel, but the internal signal processing will remain as it was prior to the recall.
  • Page 83: Using The Auto Store Function

    Using the Auto Store function With the PM5D’s default settings, pressing the SCENE MEMORY [STORE] key will open the SCENE STORE window where you can name the scene and store it. If you enable the Auto Store function, you can execute the Store operation simply by pressing the SCENE MEMORY [STORE] key twice.
  • Page 84: Using The Selective Recall Function

    From the left, these areas let you make settings for input channels, output channels, and other param- eters. The buttons in the screen correspond to parameters and channels as follows. PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual ❏ Input channels / Output channels A SAFE ON/OFF RECALL ON/OFF The functions and names of these buttons will depend on the currently-chosen SELECTION MODE.
  • Page 85: Other Parameters

    • Recall Safe and Selective Recall can be used together. Channels/parameters excluded from recall operations by either Recall Safe or Selective Recall (or both) will not be recalled. 1 – 3 . 1 – 3 . PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual Operating section...
  • Page 86: Using The Recall Safe Function

    Recall Safe. Even if they are assigned to multiple channels, the HA Recall Safe settings for corresponding input ports/channels will be linked. PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual If you want to use the panel to switch Recall Safe on/off for a channel, use the [SEL] key to...
  • Page 87: Using The Fade Function

    ENABLE. After recall, the fader and pan (balance) parameter values will begin changing when the specified Start Offset Time has elapsed, and will reach their new values over the specified Fade Time. PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual Operating section...
  • Page 88: Using The Tracking Recall Function

    The screen will show the faders of MIX channels 1–24, MATRIX channels 1–8, DCA groups 7/8, and STE- REO A/B channels. PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual OFFSET LOCK button In the row of buttons above the faders in the screen, click to turn on the buttons of the channels for which you want to enable the Tracking Recall function.
  • Page 89: Using The Global Paste Function

    (For details on the parameters ➥ p.170). • When PASTE MODE = OUTPUT Select output channels in the left area, and select parameters in the right area. (For details on the param- eters ➥ p.170). Operating section PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 90 (sort by number), SCENE TITLE button (sort by scene title), or TIME STAMP button (sort by the date on which the scene was saved). PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual Click the PASTE button. The selected items of the current scene will be pasted to the scene(s) in memory.
  • Page 91: Monitor And Cue

    Monitor and Cue This chapter explains the PM5D’s Monitor and Cue functions. About the MONITOR and CUE sections The MONITOR section sends the signal selected as the monitor source to the MONITOR OUT jacks. You can select the following signals as the monitor source.
  • Page 92: Using The Monitor Function

    Monitor and Cue Using the Monitor function Items in the MONITOR section PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual A [2TR IN A1] key B [2TR IN A2] key These keys select the input signals of 2TR IN ANA- LOG jacks 1/2 as the monitor source.
  • Page 93: Monitoring A Signal

    Turn the MONITOR [LEVEL] knob to adjust the monitor level. If you are monitoring through headphones, turn the PHONES [LEVEL] knob to adjust the monitor level. If you want to monitor the signal in monaural, turn the MONITOR section’s [MONO] key on. Operating section PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 94: Using The Cue/Solo Functions

    PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual About CUE mode and SOLO mode The PM5D lets you select either SOLO mode or CUE mode when using the [CUE] key to monitor signals. Use the [SOLO] key in the CUE section of the panel to switch the mode.
  • Page 95: Cue And Solo Groups

    Cue and Solo groups The PM5D’s cue and solo signals can be categorized into the following four groups. • INPUT CUE group The cue/solo signals of input channels make up this group. This group becomes active when a [CUE] key of an input channel, ST IN channel, or FX RTN channel is pressed to turn it on.
  • Page 96: Using The Cue Function

    • If you press the [CUE] key of a paired channel, both chan- nels will be turned on. PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual Make sure that the [SOLO] key in the CUE sec- tion is turned off.
  • Page 97: Talkback And Oscillator

    When you press the key once again, it will turn on. If the key is on, pressing it once again will turn it off regardless of the screen that is displayed. Operating section PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 98: Using Talkback

    OUT area to access the OUTPUT PATCH screen, and patch talkback to the jack you want to use for direct output. PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual To enable talkback, press the TALKBACK [ON] key in the TALKBACK section of the panel to turn it on.
  • Page 99: Using The Oscillator

    Using the oscillator The PM5D contains a test oscillator. By outputting the oscillator signal to the desired bus you can check the operation of con- nected devices or test the acoustics of a hall. Repeatedly press the [MON/CUE] key of the DISPLAY ACCESS section until the OSCILLA- TOR screen appears.
  • Page 100: Meters

    ST IN] key 25–48 MIX channels [MIX/MATRIX] key 1–24 PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual A INPUT/MIX meters Depending on the key you press, these meters indicate the input levels of input channels 1–24 or 25–48, or the output levels of MIX channels 1–24.
  • Page 101: Switching The Metering Point

    CUE METERING POINT box to choose one of the following. PRE DELAY Immediately before the internal delay POST DELAY Immediately after the internal delay Operating section PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual CUE METERING POINT...
  • Page 102: Viewing The Gain Reduction Of The Internal Gates And Compressors

    For an explanation of the items shown in the screen, refer to the explanation of the INPUT GR screen (➥ p.211) in the Reference section. PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual Viewing the gain reduction for out- put channels To view the amount of gain reduction produced by the...
  • Page 103: Effects

    This chapter explains the functionality and operation of the PM5D’s internal effects. About the internal effects The PM5D contains eight internal effect modules. For each module, you can choose one of 48 effect types (not including Add- On Effects) for the module to use.
  • Page 104: Using An Internal Effect Via A Mix Bus

    The effect module you are using INPUT area MIX BALANCE knob PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual Make sure that the box in the upper left of the screen indicates EFFECT 1. This box lets you select the effect module that you want to control.
  • Page 105: Inserting An Internal Effect Into A Channel

    MIX BALANCE knob to adjust the balance buttons at of the effect sound and original sound. The input/output levels of the effect can be viewed in the meters shown in the EFFECT PARAM screen or EFFECT ASSIGN screen. PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual Operating section...
  • Page 106: Basic Operations In The Effect Screen

    You can also access this screen by repeatedly pressing the [EFFECT] key. The effect module you are controlling can also be selected in this screen. PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual In the library list at the right of the screen, click to select the library item you want to...
  • Page 107: Storing Settings In The Effect Library

    The data will be stored, and you will return to the pre- vious screen. If you click the CANCEL button instead of the OK but- ton, the Store operation will be aborted and you will return to the previous screen. “R” (read-only) PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual Operating section...
  • Page 108: Using The Tap Tempo Function

    → “Delay ER.” effect type is selected. EFFECT PARAM TAP TEMPO button PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual Move the cursor to the TAP TEMPO button, and repeatedly press the [ENTER] key at the desired tempo. (Alternatively, repeatedly click the TAP TEMPO button.)
  • Page 109: Using The Freeze Effect

    DM2000 or 02R96 is already included on the PM5D as effect library numbers 046–048. Other Add-On Effects packages are expected to go on sale in the future, so please check the Yamaha website for the latest information. Yamaha Pro Audio Website: http://www.yamahaproaudio.com...
  • Page 110: Graphic Eq

    EQ. Patching the graphic EQ The twelve GEQ (Graphic EQ) modules built into the PM5D can be inserted into the insert-out/in of the desired channel. As an example, here’s how to insert graphic EQ into the STEREO A channel.
  • Page 111: Basic Graphic Eq Operations

    B 63.0-315 button C 200-1.00k button D 630-3.15k button E 2.00k-10.0k button F 4.00k-20.0k button PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual GEQ ON/OFF button LIMIT area The eight bands 20.0 Hz–100 Hz The eight bands 63.0 Hz–315 Hz The eight bands 200 Hz–1.00 kHz The eight bands 630 Hz–3.15 kHz...
  • Page 112 AUTO ASSIGN button in the GEQ PARAM screen, the DCA faders will automatically be assigned to the most recently operated region when you access the GEQ PARAM screen. PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual 4.00kHz–20.0kHz Operating section...
  • Page 113: Remote Control

    Using program changes to control events The PM5D lets you assign specific events (scene recall / effect library recall) to each MIDI program number, so that the corre- spondingly-numbered program change message will be transmitted to an external device when you execute that event on the PM5D.
  • Page 114 The MIDI port and MIDI channel used for program change transmission/reception can also be specified from the MIDI SETUP screen ( ➥ p.171). PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual In the list at the right side of the screen, dis- play the MIDI channel (bank) and program number to which you want to assign an event, and click that line.
  • Page 115: Using Control Changes To Control Events

    You can use MIDI control change messages to control specified events (fader/encoder operations, key on/off operations etc.) on the PM5D. This capability can be used to record fader and key operations on a MIDI sequencer or other external device, and play back this data later.
  • Page 116 Assign events to other control numbers in the same way. When you operate the parameters you assigned on the PM5D, control change messages will be transmitted to external devices. Similarly, if the corresponding control change mes- sages are sent from an external device on the appropriate channel, the parameters assigned to those control numbers will change.
  • Page 117: Using The Midi Remote Function

    [ENTER] key (or click within the box) to finalize the setting. If you select USB or SLOT 1–4, use the box at the right to specify the port number (1–8) as well. Operating section PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 118 MIDI message boxes that let you assign a MIDI mes- sage to the ENCODER [ON] key, encoder, CH [ON] key, and fader. PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual LATCH button You can assign a MIDI message to a controller in any of the following three ways.
  • Page 119 If you set the DATA 1 or DATA 2 value to SWITCH, ENCODER (available only for encoders), or FADER (available only for faders), that value will be linked with the state of the controller. Operating section PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual DATA 1 DATA 2 Note-off velocity (0–127) Note-on velocity (0–127)
  • Page 120 If the status byte is omitted from the last message, the appropriate status byte will be supplied. PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual Assign messages to other MIDI remote chan- nels or other banks in the same way.
  • Page 121: Using Midi Remote Channels

    This means that when you recall a scene, the controller values will change and MIDI mes- sages will be transmitted. Recall Safe settings can also be applied to the MIDI Remote function ST IN/FX RTN layer PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual Operating section...
  • Page 122: Transmitting Midi Events When You Switch Scenes

    MIDI OUT connector when you recall the scene. For example you can use this to switch programs on an external MIDI-com- patible effect processor when the scene changes. Connect the MIDI OUT connector of the PM5D to the MIDI IN connector of the external device.
  • Page 123: Using Gpi (General Purpose Interface)

    GPI IN ports and twelve GPI OUT ports. For example you can use an external switch or joystick to control the PM5D’s parameters, or conversely use the PM5D’s keys and faders to send control signals to an external device.
  • Page 124 Hint The voltage value at which the PM5D detects High or Low level can be adjusted to suit the external controller (except for external switches) you are using ( ➥ p.125).
  • Page 125: Calibrating The Gpi In Ports

    Low and High levels can be adjusted appropriately for the voltage of the signals being input from the GPI IN port. You can use this to set the variable range of a PM5D parameter to match the range of voltage change produced by a continuously-variable controller (such as a joystick).
  • Page 126: Using Gpi Out

    (multiple selections are allowed). PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual ❏ FADER START A fader operation on the PM5D will be the trigger for out- putting a signal from the GPI OUT port. To edit the setting, click the the GPI OUT PORT ASSIGN window, and select the fader mode (trigger detection method) and channel.
  • Page 127 ❏ USER DEFINED KEYS Operation of a User Defined key on the PM5D will be the trigger for outputting a signal from the GPI OUT port. To edit the setting, click the button at the left to open the GPI OUT PORT ASSIGN window; from the list, select the User Defined key bank (A–D) and number (1–25), and...
  • Page 128: Using Memory Cards

    MOUSE Saving files to a memory card Here’s how to save individual items of data (or all data) from the PM5D onto a memory card. Insert the memory card into the memory card slot located on the front panel of the PM5D.
  • Page 129 • If you paste text copied from another character palette when inputting the file name, all lowercase alphabetical charac- ters will be converted to uppercase. Operating section PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 130: Loading Files From A Memory Card

    Loading files from a memory card Here’s how to load data from a memory card into the PM5D. Insert the memory card containing the data you want to load into the memory card slot located on the front panel of the PM5D.
  • Page 131 BASIC. • If the type of file to be loaded is ALL DATA, the entire con- tents of the PM5D’s scene memories and libraries will be rewritten. Before loading, make sure you are not acciden- tally overwriting important scenes or library data.
  • Page 132: Surround Pan

    (To move the surround pan image, you can use the mouse, the CURSOR [√]/[®]/[π]/[†] keys, or the MIX encoders etc.) The PM5D lets you choose from the following three surround modes, depending on the number of channels in your sur- round environment.
  • Page 133: Bus Configuration And Operation In Surround Mode

    Bus configuration and operation in surround mode When any of the three surround modes (3-1ch, 5.1ch, 6.1ch) are selected, the PM5D’s bus configuration and operation will change as follows. About the surround buses While a surround mode is selected, MIX buses 1–8 or MIX buses 9–16 can be used as surround buses.
  • Page 134: Basic Settings For Surround Buses

    When you click a button a window will appear, asking you to confirm that you want to switch the surround mode. PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual A Output level The encoders adjust the output level of each surround channel.
  • Page 135: Controlling Surround Pan

    By performing this operation while hold- ing down the [SHIFT] key, you can quickly move surround pan in a range of 32 steps. To finalize the sur- round pan adjustment, press the [ENTER] key once again. Operating section PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 136 Front↔rear move- ment of the odd-numbered channel will be linked with left↔right move- ment of the even-numbered channel. PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual Edit other parameters as desired. In the SURR PARAM screen you can also edit the fol- lowing parameters.
  • Page 137: Notes Regarding Surround Pan

    CURRENT SCENE area of the GLOBAL PASTE screen (SCENE function). In addition, the settings of the STEREO LINK area will also be pasted if two adjacent channels are selected. Operating section PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 138: Other Functions

    Other functions Other functions This chapter explains other functionality of the PM5D not covered elsewhere. Using the user defined keys You can assign the desired functions to the User Defined keys in the USER DEFINED section of the top panel, and press these keys to execute the defined function.
  • Page 139: Executing Functions Assigned To The User Defined Keys

    1–8 of the DCA strip section. In the DISPLAY ACCESS section, repeatedly press the [UTILITY] key to access the FADER ASSIGN screen. In this screen you can select the channel assigned to each fader in each layer A–F. PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual FADER ASSIGN Operating section...
  • Page 140: Controlling The Channels Assigned To Dca Faders

    Fader Assign settings are not saved in the scene. If desired, you can save these settings on a memory card as DCA FADER MODE data. PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual Controlling the channels assigned to DCA faders In the FADER MODE section, use the FADER MODE [A]–[F] keys to select the layer you want...
  • Page 141: Locking The Pm5D (Security Functions)

    Locking the PM5D (Security functions) The PM5D lets you prohibit changes to certain parameters (Parameter Lock), or prohibit operation of the console (Console Lock). For example, this lets you prevent an unauthorized person from operating the console while the engineer is taking a break.
  • Page 142: Using Parameter Lock Or Console Lock

    This means that if you for- get the system password, you will be unable to defeat Parameter Lock or Console Lock except by initializing the entire memory of the PM5D ( ➥ p.147). Please be careful not to lose the system password. Operating section...
  • Page 143: Using Cascade Connections

    Using cascade connections Buses can be shared by cascade-connecting multiple PM5D units (up to four) or the PM5D with an external mixer (such as the Yamaha DM2000/02R96). When multiple PM5D units are cascade-connected, operations such as scene store/recall, cue/ solo, and dimmer can also be linked.
  • Page 144: Selecting The Buses Used For Cascade Connection

    In the CASCADE TO field, select either “PM5D” or “-- --” (transmission disabled) as the external device to which the signal will be sent from the PM5D via the cascade connection. Make sure that “CASCADE IN” is selected for the CASCADE IN PORT SELECT field, and “CAS-...
  • Page 145 CASCADE IN button of the receiving unit are both turned on for the same bus. • If a device other than the PM5D is selected as the other cas- cade-connected device, the transmission source indication shown in the CASCADE IN SOURCE field will change ( ➥...
  • Page 146: Connecting The Pm5D To A Computer Via Usb

    Other functions Connecting the PM5D to a computer via USB The PM5D Editor application can be installed in a computer and used to control the PM5D’s parameters or to backup and restore the contents of the PM5D’s memory. Here we will explain the operations required in order to establish a USB connection between the PM5D and a computer.
  • Page 147: Initializing The Pm5D's Internal Memory

    Initializing the PM5D’s internal memory If an error occurs in the PM5D’s internal memory, or if you are unable to return to normal operation because you have for- gotten the system password, use the following procedure to initialize the internal memory.
  • Page 148: Calibrating The Faders

    Since the input levels of all ports are set to match each other when the PM5D is shipped from the factory, you will normally not need to change these settings.
  • Page 149: Information Shown In The Display

    Reference section The Reference section explains the functionality and operations for every screen of the PM5D, organized into four main areas; function menu, global functions, output functions, and input functions. Information shown in the display The following illustration is a typical screen on the PM5D.
  • Page 150: Main Area Of The Display

    • TIME CODE Indicates the internal time code being generated by the PM5D, or the time code being received from an exter- nal device. This is the same as the time code shown in the SCENE function EVENT LIST screen.
  • Page 151: Function Menu

    These buttons access functions related to output chan- nels (MIX channels, MATRIX channels, STEREO A/B channels). C Input-related functions These buttons access functions related to input chan- nels (input channels, ST IN channels, FX RTN channels). Reference section PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 152: Global Functions

    You can’t switch the effect type in this screen. If you want to switch to a different effect type, recall an effect that uses the desired effect type from the effect library. PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual Global functions C Input patch This box lets you select the signal path that will be patched to the L/R input channels of the internal effect.
  • Page 153: Output Patch

    If the MIDI CLK button is on, the TEMPO parameter will synchronize to the MIDI timing clock being received from the MIDI port. L Effect parameters This area shows parameters for the currently selected effect type. PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual Third tap Fourth tap Reference section...
  • Page 154: Effect Assign Screen

    This box indicates the signal path that is patched to the L/R input channels of the internal effect. You can also directly assign the signal path in this box. PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual F Output patch This box indicates the signal path that is patched to the L/R output channels of the internal effect.
  • Page 155: Effect Library Screen

    • Library items 049 and later that are grayed-out are reserved for Add-On Effects. They will become available if you install a separately sold Add-On Effects package ( ➥ p.109). PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual Reference section...
  • Page 156: Geq Function

    [DATA] encoder or click the / buttons at left or right to display the desired insertion destination, and then press the [ENTER] key to finalize the change. PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual You can choose the following insertion destinations. • INS CH1–INS CH48 Input channel 1–48 insert in/out...
  • Page 157: Geq Assign Screen

    → even-numbered graphic EQ modules. When you turn this button on, a window will appear, allowing you to select whether the parameters will be copied from one module to the other, or whether both modules will be initialized. Reference section PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 158: Geq Library Screen

    GEQ module. D Level meter This meter indicates the peak level before and after the graphic EQ. PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual E RECALL Recalls the library item selected in the list into the cur- rently selected GEQ module. F STORE Stores the settings of the currently selected GEQ mod- ule into the selected location in the list.
  • Page 159: Scene Function

    MIDI event in hexa- decimal form (➥ p.118). J TX ON/OFF (MIDI event transmission on/ off) Specifies whether the assigned MIDI event will be transmitted. PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual button button at the button at left a window will Reference section...
  • Page 160: Reference Section

    Undoing. PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual • PREVIEW If this button is on, the PM5D will be in PREVIEW mode; this allows you to view or edit the settings of a scene stored in memory or the settings of a library item without affecting the internal signal processing.
  • Page 161: Event List Screen

    In this list you can register the scenes to be recalled, and the conditions under which the scenes will be recalled. Click a line to select the event of that line for editing; it will be highlighted in the center of the list. Reference section PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 162 You must start time code at least two seconds earlier than an event you want to execute. PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual • SCENE TITLE This is the number and title of the scene to be recalled.
  • Page 163 OFF ..Time code will not be received. INTERNAL ..The time code generated within the PM5D will be used. TIME CODE . . . The time code (LTC) received via the rear panel TIME CODE connec- tor will be used.
  • Page 164: Selective Recall Screen

    OFF, or if there is no time code setting in the EVENT TRIGGER field (only for [MANUAL] and [INTERVAL]), the NEXT EVENT will be the beginning of the list. PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual SELECTIVE RECALL screen In this screen you can make settings for the Selective Recall...
  • Page 165 Recall Safe and Selec- tive Recall causes the settings of a parameter to differ between L and R channels. In such cases, the parameter will be linked when it is next operated. PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual Reference section...
  • Page 166: Recall Safe Screen

    These buttons select the channels that will be excluded from recall operations. These are linked with the [RECALL SAFE] key of the panel. PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual C Parameter matrix grid Here you can select the channel parameters that will be excluded from recall operations.
  • Page 167: Fade Time Screen

    Edit the time (fade time) over which the fader or pan parameter of the corresponding channel will reach the new value when you recall a scene for which the Fade function is enabled. Reference section PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual 1 ) setting. Use the fol-...
  • Page 168 In this window, select the copy-destination item and click the OK button; the value of the selected channel will be copied. PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual E SET ALL This button enables the Fade function for all input channels or output channels.
  • Page 169: Tracking Recall Screen

    PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual ) is off, turning this button on will reset 5 ) is off, operating the panel...
  • Page 170: Global Paste Screen

    1 ) you choose. mode ( PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual • If Paste Mode= INPUT Select input channels in the left area, and select param- eters in the right area. You can select the following parameters.
  • Page 171: Midi Remote Function

    MIDI REMOTE function MIDI SETUP screen Here you can select the types of MIDI message transmitted and received by the PM5D, and select the MIDI port that will be used. MIDI SETUP A MODE Here you can select the way in which program changes and control changes will be transmitted/received.
  • Page 172 MIDI channels (Multi mode). Hint • If program change reception is on, the PM5D’s scenes or effects will switch when the appropriate program change is received from an external device. Additionally, if transmis- sion is on, program changes will be transmitted to an external device when scenes or effects are switched on the PM5D.
  • Page 173: Midi Pgm Change (Midi Program Change) Screen

    MIDI program number. MIDI PGM CHANGE A MIDI SETUP Select the ports that the PM5D will use to transmit and receive MIDI messages, and the MIDI channels. This item is linked with the settings in the MIDI SETUP screen.
  • Page 174: Midi Ctrl Change (Midi Control Change) Screen

    [ON] key operation, etc.) assigned to each control number. MIDI CTRL CHANGE A MIDI SETUP Select the ports that the PM5D will use to transmit and receive MIDI messages, and the MIDI channels. This item is linked with the settings in the MIDI SETUP screen.
  • Page 175: Midi Remote Screen

    In addition, the corresponding control change will be transmitted when this event is edited on the PM5D. Note This list is ignored if the control change mode is set to NRPN.
  • Page 176 Use this button to assign a received MIDI message to a controller. When you turn on one of the four LEARN buttons, the MIDI message received by the PM5D will be assigned to the corresponding controller. The LEARN function uses the MIDI messages received at the input port specified by the MIDI REMOTE OUT- PUT PORT in the MIDI SETUP screen.
  • Page 177: Gpi Screen

    GPI screen Here you can make settings for GPI (General Purpose Interface) input/output, used to transfer control signals between the PM5D and an external device. A GPI IN port These are the numbers of the GPI IN ports for which you can make settings.
  • Page 178 G CALIBRATION This button calibrates the range of voltage variation used by the PM5D to determine active/inactive status, so that the range will be appropriate for the voltages being input from the GPI PORT. (For details on using calibration ➥...
  • Page 179: Fader Start Screen

    This area indicates the state of other Tally output func- tions assigned as triggers to each port. When you execute the corresponding operation on the PM5D, a control signal will be output from the corresponding GPI OUT port. This control signal will be held until you defeat the above operation (or until that GPI OUT port receives a different trigger).
  • Page 180 FADER START field will be assigned to the channel corresponding to that port (Fader Mode= FADER TALLY). (The opposite is also true.) PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual • MMC An MMC command will be sent from the currently- enabled MIDI port according to the fader operation of the corresponding channel.
  • Page 181: Transport Screen

    TRANSPORT screen Here you can use MMC/RS422 protocol commands to remotely control transport/locate operations on a recorder or other external device from the PM5D. TRANSPORT A MMC DEVICE No. Indicates the device ID number of the external device to be con- trolled via MMC.
  • Page 182: Dme Control Screen

    F CAPTURE This button captures the time code currently being received by the PM5D, and inputs it in the time code field. In the case of MMC, the time code source, frame rate, and offset time can be specified in the EVENT LIST screen (SCENE function).
  • Page 183 Ethernet). Install an MY16-C CobraNet format compliant digital I/O card in a slot on both the PM5D and the DME series unit, and use an Ethernet cable to connect the two MY16-C cards. This method allows bi-directional transfer of audio signals over a single cable.
  • Page 184 ❏ Initiating communication between the PM5D and the DME series unit To select the port used for audio signal transmission/recep- tion between the PM5D and the DME series unit, and to initiate communication, proceed as follows. Connect the PM5D and the DME series unit.
  • Page 185 RECALL button. Note When storing a DME scene from the PM5D’s screen, you can only store by overwriting an existing scene on the DME; you cannot store the settings as a new scene or edit the scene name.
  • Page 186: Utility Function

    UTILITY function UTILITY function PREFERENCE 1/2 screens Preference settings for the PM5D are divided into two screens. PREFERENCE 1 PREFERENCE 2 A STORE/RECALL These buttons let you turn on/off options related to scene store/recall operations. You can select the follow- ing options.
  • Page 187: Panel Operation

    This specifies what the SCENE MEMORY [π]/[†] keys will do when pressed in the SCENE screen. You can choose one of the following two operations. SCENE +1/–1 ..Pressing the SCENE MEMORY PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual Corresponding Screen that appears parameters...
  • Page 188 • TIME CODE Indicates the internal time code being generated by the PM5D, or the time code being received from an exter- nal device. This is the same as the time code shown in the SCENE function EVENT LIST screen.
  • Page 189: User Define Screen

    User Defined keys in the currently selected bank. To edit the settings, click the open the USER DEFINED KEY ASSIGN window, and select the function and parameter from the following table. Reference section PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual button at the left to...
  • Page 190 EFFECT 1–EFFECT 8 SURROUND PAN GRAB NAME → PORT → ID NAME DISPLAY PORT NAME PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual PARAMETER 2 — No assignment — Recall the scene of the next existing number. — Recall the scene of the previous existing number.
  • Page 191 *4. The output port and MIDI channel can be specified in the MIDI SETUP screen. *5. This parameter specifies the PM5D Editor window that you want to control. If the specified window is closed or inactive, the window will be opened and made active. If the specified window is already open and active, the window will be closed. This function can be selected if the system software supports PM5D Editor.
  • Page 192: Save Screen

    UTILITY function SAVE screen Here you can save PM5D scenes and library data on a memory card inserted in the MEMORY CARD slot. This cannot be used while in PREVIEW mode. SAVE A MODE Choose one of the following as the mode in which files will be saved: BASIC, ADVANCED, CSV EXPORT.
  • Page 193: Advanced Mode

    PM5D. However be aware that it will not be possible to reload the file back into the PM5D if you change the syn- tax, file format, or file name.
  • Page 194 • TYPE This indicates the type of data that is saved. In the case of a directory, this column will indicate [DIR]. Data that cannot be used by the PM5D is indicated as UNKNOWN. • DATE / SIZE This shows the date on which the file was last saved, and its size.
  • Page 195: Load Screen

    Before deleting a directory, you must first delete any files it contains. Note • As memory cards, the PM5D can use either PCMCIA Type II flash ATA cards or CompactFlash media inserted in a PC card adaptor (power supply voltage of 3.3V/5V in either case).
  • Page 196 (and the corresponding scene names or library titles) of the PM5D’s internal scene memories or library items into which the data selected in the SOURCE area will be loaded. To edit the setting, click buttons located at the left and right of the starting number box.
  • Page 197: Fader Assign Screen

    F, and its name (only for input channels). Click the tons at left and right to change the assignment. You can choose from CH 1–48, ST IN 1L–ST IN 4R, FXRTN 1L–FXRTN 4R, MATRIX 1–8, MIX 1–24, and DCA 1–8. Reference section PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual but-...
  • Page 198: Security Screen

    This means that if you forget the password, you will be unable to defeat Parameter Lock or Console Lock except by initializing the entire memory of the PM5D ( ➥ p.147). Please be careful not to lose the system password.
  • Page 199: Sys/W.clock Function

    SYS/W.CLOCK function WORD CLOCK screen Here you can select the word clock on which the PM5D will operate. You can also view and edit settings for cards installed in slots 1–4. WORD CLOCK A MASTER CLOCK SELECT As the master clock to use, you can select the internal clock or an external clock input from a connector or slot.
  • Page 200: Mixer Setup Screen

    E OUTPUT FORMAT (Output signal format) Select one of the following as the method by which sig- nals will be exchanged with a digital I/O card installed in the slot when the PM5D is operating at a high sam- pling rate (88.2/96 kHz). • SINGLE...
  • Page 201 This mode uses six channels: L (front left), C (front center), R (front right), Ls (rear left), Rs (rear right), and LFE (subwoofer). (subwoofer) (front left) (front center) (rear left) Reference section PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual (front right) (front right) (rear right)
  • Page 202 The graphic below the buttons will change according to the mode you select. G CASCADE FROM (Source when cascade- connected) Select one of the following as the external device that is sending audio signals to the PM5D via a cascade connection. Available cas- Display Source device...
  • Page 203 As the external device to which audio signals will be transmitted and control signals exchanged over the cas- cade connection, you can select either PM5D (i.e., a different PM5D unit) or “----” (transmission disabled). J CASCADE OUT PORT SOURCE SELECT Select one of the following as the signal source that will be output from the CASCADE OUT connector.
  • Page 204: Cascade Screen

    BI-DIRECTION= OFF In this state, the SLAVE units will follow when you operate the MASTER unit. The final mix of all signals will be output from the PM5D that is connected last in the chain. M CASCADE ENABLE/DISABLE Turns the Cascade function on/off.
  • Page 205 PM5D units as well. • You can also turn linking off for the master PM5D. For example if you’ve cascade-connected multiple PM5D units, you can (for example) make settings so that DCA 1 is linked...
  • Page 206: Ha (Head Amp) Screen

    Note If an external head amp device is connected to a PM5D slot, you must specify the appropriate slot/channels manually. Please note that if you specify an incorrect setting, the input channel HA indication in screens such as the IN HA screen may differ from the actual state.
  • Page 207: Output Port Att (Output Port Attenuation) Screen

    This area shows the type of digital I/O card installed in each slot. C Digital I/O card dither settings For each output channel of the digital I/O cards installed in the slots, specify the number of bits used when dithering. Reference section PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 208: Ha Library Screen

    Note • If PM5D format data is recalled to the PM5D-RH, the inter- nal head amp settings will not change. If PM5D-RH format data is recalled to the PM5D, the internal head amp settings will be ignored.
  • Page 209: Meter Function

    If clipping occurs at any point PRE ATT, POST EQ, POST GATE, POST COMP, INSERT IN, or POST FADER, the ∑ segment will light. E Pair icon This indicates the pairing status of two adjacent odd- numbered/even-numbered channels. Reference section PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 210: Output Meter Screen

    1 ). This button is linked with the [PEAK HOLD] key in the METER section of the top panel. PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual D Meters These peak level meters indicate the output level of each channel.
  • Page 211: Input Gr (Input Gain Reduction) Screen

    These peak level meters indicate the amount of gain reduction for each channel. The current master level value is shown in the box below. B Pair icon This indicates the pairing status of two adjacent odd- numbered/even-numbered channels. Reference section PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 212: Mon/Cue Function

    AD IN 1–48. The talkback input selection is not included in the input patch library. D HA (PM5D-RH model only) Here you can switch phantom power on/off and adjust the gain for the analog input selected in (...
  • Page 213: Oscillator Screen

    PINK NOISE ..Pink noise BURST NOISE ..Burst noise (repeated output of C PARAMETERS Here you can set various items according to the selec- 2 ). tion in ( PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual pink noise) Reference section...
  • Page 214 The knob above sets the cutoff frequency (20 Hz–20 kHz), and the button below switches the filter on/off. PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual H WIDTH I INTERVAL If burst noise is selected, these knobs select the dura- tion of the noise itself (WIDTH) and the duration of silence between noise bursts (INTERVAL).
  • Page 215: 2Tr I/O Screen

    DIGITAL jacks 1–3. As the output frequency you can select either 44.1 kHz or 48 kHz. The on/off button selects either ON or THROUGH (off). G Fs (Sampling frequency) This indicates the sampling frequency at which the PM5D is operating. Reference section PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 216: Monitor Screen

    USE AS STEREO BUS button or the USE AS CEN- TER BUS button is turned on in the STEREO B section of the MIXER SETUP screen (➥ p.201). PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual ❏ If the USE AS STEREO BUS button is on Monitor...
  • Page 217: Cue/Solo Screen

    When using Output Solo, only that channel will be on. The signal of a channel whose [CUE] key is pressed can also be monitored from the CUE OUT jacks, MONI- TOR OUT jacks, and PHONES jack. Reference section PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 218 –∞ dB position. D CUE OUT Turns the cue output on/off. PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual E INPUT Here you can select the position from which an input channel will be cued.
  • Page 219: Level Meter

    MONITOR/CUE DELAY setting in the MONITOR screen. However, the differ- ence is that in this screen, turning the AUTO BYPASS button on lets you automatically bypass the delay when you perform the Cue any input channels. Reference section PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 220: Output Functions

    (vertical columns). Currently- patched grids are indicated by a a grid location you can set/cancel patching. PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual Output functions The red lines at the left and top indicate the grid loca- tion to which you move the cursor.
  • Page 221: Insert Patch Screen

    SLOT IN 1–4 FX OUT L/R outputs of internal effects 1–8 GEQ OUT Outputs of GEQ modules 1–12 L/R channels of 2TR IN DIGITAL jacks 1–3 and 2TR IN 2TR IN ANALOG jacks 1/2 PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual symbol. Reference section...
  • Page 222: Insert Point Screen

    ON/OFF but- ton. An exception to the above is that if you insert GEQ, its insert-in will automatically be on. PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual INSERT POINT screen In this screen you can select the position at which the insert-in/out of each output channel will be patched.
  • Page 223: Output Patch Library Screen

    Displays the settings of the library item selected in the list. H Library list Use the scroll bar to select the library item on which you want to perform an operation. The selected library item will move to the center, and will be highlighted. Reference section PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 224: Output Insert Function

    INSERT IN MIX 1-24 screen INSERT IN MATRIX/STEREO/MONI- TOR screen Here you can make settings for the internal HA (PM5D- RH model only) or external HA assigned to the insert-in of an output channel or MONITOR L/C/R channel. INSERT IN MIX1-24 INSERT IN MATRIX/STEREO/MONITOR PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 225: Ha Library Screen

    EQ PARAM (EQ Parameter) screen Here you can edit the EQ parameters of the selected out- put channel. EQ PARAM (If a MIX channel or STEREO A/B channel is selected) EQ PARAM (If a MATRIX channel is selected) Reference section PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 226 UPPER) are selected in the SELECTED CHANNEL section of the panel. The text label of the selected group is displayed in yellow. PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual J Knobs These knobs adjust the Q, FREQ (center frequency), and GAIN (amount of boost/cut) for each band.
  • Page 227: Mix 1-24 Screen

    This is the number of the channel you are editing. Two paired channels are indicated by a heart symbol dis- played between them. D Level meter This meter indicates the peak level after EQ. If the sig- nal clips, the OVER segment will light. Reference section PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 228: Output Eq Library Screen

    D Level meter These meters indicate the peak levels before EQ and after EQ. If the signal clips before EQ, the OVER seg- ment will light. PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual E RECALL Recalls the EQ library item selected in the list into memory.
  • Page 229: Output Comp Function

    This specifies whether parameter settings and compres- sor operation by a key-in signal will be linked (STEREO LINK button on) for adjacent odd-num- bered/even-numbered MIX/MATRIX channels or the L/R channels of the STEREO A/B channels, or not (STEREO LINK button off). Reference section PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 230 MIX 13–24, and MATRIX/ST) The output signal of the corre- sponding MIX channel immedi- MIX21–24 OUT ately before the output port attenuation PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual ATTACK processing ATTACK processing J THRESHOLD (Threshold level) Specifies the threshold level at which the compressor will operate.
  • Page 231: Mix 1-24 Screen

    C COMP ON/OFF (Compressor on/off) Turns the compressor on/off for that channel. D Channel This is the number of the channel you are editing. Two paired channels are indicated by a heart symbol dis- played between them. Reference section PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 232: Comp Library (Compressor Library) Screen

    These meters show the amount of gain reduction (GR), and the peak levels before the compressor (PRE) and after the compressor (POST). If the signal clips, the OVER segment will light. PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual E RECALL Recalls the compressor library item selected in the list into memory.
  • Page 233: Output Delay Function

    20°C (68°F) (1127.26 feet/s) x the delay time (seconds). • SAMPLE The delay time is shown as a number of samples. If you change the sampling frequency at which the PM5D operates, the number of samples will change accordingly. • msec (milliseconds) The delay time is shown in units of milliseconds.
  • Page 234: Output Dca/Group Function

    7/8 can be used with both input channels and output channels. DCA groups 7/8 allow you to use both types of channel in the identically-numbered group. PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual D SET BY CUE (Assign by [CUE] key) This specifies whether the [CUE] key will be used to make/cancel DCA group assignments.
  • Page 235: Mute Group Assign Screen

    This button clears all output channels assigned to that mute group. G DIRECT RECALL/MUTE MASTER This is the same function as the DIRECT RECALL/ MUTE MASTER buttons located at the bottom of the display (➥ p.151). Reference section PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 236: Eq Link Assign Screen

    • Input channels and output channels use separate EQ link groups. Output channels use groups A–H, and input chan- nels use groups 1–8. PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual C SET BY CUE (Assign by [CUE] key) This specifies whether the [CUE] key will be used to make/cancel EQ link group assignments.
  • Page 237: Comp Link Assign (Compressor Link Assign) Screen

    The SET BY CUE button can be turned on for only one com- pressor link group. This is automatically turned off when you change screens or turn off the power. D CLEAR This button clears all output channels assigned to that compressor link group. symbol. PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual Reference section...
  • Page 238: Matrix/St Function

    (vertical column) to the MATRIX buses (horizontal row). The knobs shown in this area will depend on how the MATRIX channels are paired. PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual ❏ If the MATRIX channels are used individually LEVEL knobs Adjust the send level of the signals sent from the MIX channels and STEREO A/B channels to each MATRIX bus.
  • Page 239 Paired MIX channels are indicated by a heart symbol dis- played between them. You can click this symbol to enable/disable pairing. PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual Immediately before the fader Immediately after the fader Immediately after the MIX [ON] key / STE-...
  • Page 240: Mix To Matrix View Screen

    You can view the status of the signals sent from a spe- cific MIX channel or STEREO A/B channel to all MATRIX buses. PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual ❏ When the MTRX from MIX button is on You can view the status of the signals sent from all MIX channels or STEREO A/B channels to a specific MATRIX bus.
  • Page 241 MATRIX buses (horizontal rows). The red lines shown in the upward, downward, left, and right directions indicate the channel (MIX or STEREO A/B) and MATRIX bus corresponding to the grid where the cursor is located. POST ON PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual Reference section...
  • Page 242: Lcr Screen

    The four boxes at right indicate the values for the grid where the cursor is cur- rently located. PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual LCR screen Here you can make settings for LCR mode, which allows three-channel playback by adding a CENTER channel to the L/R channels of the STEREO bus.
  • Page 243 SETUP screen, the L/R channels of the STEREO B bus out- put the same signal.) • By selecting LCR as the monitor source, you can monitor the LCR signal from the MONITOR OUT jacks L/C/R. PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual Reference section...
  • Page 244: Surr Setup Screen

    These MIX buses cannot be used as conventional bus outputs until you return to stereo mode. PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual B Bus assignments This area indicates the surround channels assigned to the MIX buses that are being used as surround buses.
  • Page 245: Output View Function

    B EQ This area shows the post-EQ level, the approximate EQ response, and the EQ on/off status. You can click the EQ ON/OFF button to switch EQ on/off in this screen. PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual Reference section...
  • Page 246 PRE or POST indication in the list and pressing the [ENTER] key or turning the [DATA] encoder. PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual • To switch the signal sent to the MATRIX bus on/off Click the ON/OFF button located below.
  • Page 247: Signal Flow Screen

    (insert point, the ports patched to insert in/out, and insert on/off status). Here you can also select the insert point (use the / buttons at left and right), or switch insertion on/off (use the ON/OFF button). Reference section PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 248 If PEAK HOLD is on, the flow indication will stay red if clipping occurs even once, making it easier to see that clipping has occurred. PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual E TO MATRIX (only for MIX channels and STEREO A/B channels)
  • Page 249: Fader View Screen

    • If input channel settings have been copied to the buffer memory, a message of “TYPE CONFLICT!” is displayed below, and you cannot paste to an output channel. • The contents of the buffer memory are erased when the PM5D is powered-off. Reference section PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 250 If the TO MTRX button is on, you can use the MATRIX buttons (1–8) to select the applicable MATRIX buses. PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual E CH SELECT (Channel selection) Here you can select the paste-destination channel(s). You can only select channels of the same type as the copy-source.
  • Page 251: Output Ch Library Screen

    Use the scroll bar to select the library item on which you want to perform an operation. The selected library item will move to the center, and will be highlighted. Reference section PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual 1 ) is of a...
  • Page 252: Input Functions

    C ASSIGN For each channel, this indicates the number (1 or 0) of input ports currently assigned. PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual Input functions D Grid This grid lets you patch input ports (horizontal rows) to input channels (vertical columns). Currently- patched grids are indicated by a a grid location you can set/cancel patching.
  • Page 253: Direct Out Patch Screen

    The red lines at the left and top indicate the grid loca- tion to which you move the cursor. Hint Operations in the grid are the same for all of the patching screens. For details, refer to the Hint on p.252. PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual symbol. By clicking Reference section...
  • Page 254: Insert Patch Screen

    INSERT/DIRECT OUT POINT screen (INPUT PATCH function) to turn on direct output for the corre- sponding input channel ( ➥ p.256. PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual INSERT PATCH screen In this screen you can patch the input/output ports by which external devices will be inserted into each input channel.
  • Page 255 When operating from the panel, you can move the cursor from the right side of the screen to the left side (or vice versa) by holding down the [SHIFT] key and using the CURSOR [ √ ]/ [ ® ] keys. PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual Reference section...
  • Page 256: Insert/Direct Out Point Screen

    Be aware that if you turn on this button when either insert-in or insert-out are unpatched, the signal will no longer be output from the corresponding input channel. PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual D INSERT I/O (Insert I/O point) Here you can select one of the following as the insert- in/out location for each channel.
  • Page 257: Name Screen

    Except for the fact that these are patch settings for input channels, display and operations are the same as in the OUTPUT PATCH function OUTPUT PATCH LIBRARY screen. Refer to p.223. Reference section PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual INPUT PATCH LIBRARY...
  • Page 258: Input Ha/Insert Function

    INPUT HA/INSERT function INPUT HA/INSERT function CH 1-24 (Input channel 1-24) screen STIN/FXRTN (ST IN/FXRTN channel) screen Here you can make settings for internal HAs (PM5D-RH model only) or external HAs assigned to input channels. CH 1-24 STIN/FXRTN PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 259: Insert 1-24 Screen

    INSERT 1-24 screen INSERT 25-48 screen INSERT STIN screen Here you can make settings for internal HAs (PM5D-RH model only) or external HAs assigned to the insert-in of input channels. INSERT 1-24 STIN/FXRTN IN A +48V B HPF (High Pass Filter)
  • Page 260: Ha Library Screen

    HA LIBRARY screen This screen is the same as HA LIBRARY in the SYS/ W.CLOCK function (➥ p.208). HA LIBRARY PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual INPUT ø/EQ function EQ PARAM (EQ parameter) screen Here you can edit the EQ parameters of the selected input channel.
  • Page 261: Eq 1-24 Screen

    In some screens that include channel numbers as part of the screen name, changing the Pair Mode to Vertical Pairing in the MIXER SETUP screen will change the name of the screen. Example: EQ 1-24 screen → EQ 1,25- screen EQ 1-24 EQ STIN/FXRTN PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual Reference section...
  • Page 262: Ø/Att 1-48 (Phase/Attenuation 1-48) Screen

    D Level meter This meter indicates the peak level after EQ. If the sig- nal clips, the OVER segment will light. PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual ø/ATT 1-48 (Phase/Attenuation 1-48) screen ø/ATT STIN/FXRTN (Phase/Attenua- tion STIN/FXRTN) screen...
  • Page 263: Input Eq Library Screen

    Except for the fact that these are EQ settings for the input channels, display and operations are the same as in the OUTPUT EQ function OUTPUT EQ LIBRARY screen. Refer to p.228. Reference section PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual INPUT EQ LIBRARY...
  • Page 264: Input Gate/Comp Function

    D LIBRARY This button accesses the GATE LIBRARY screen (➥ p.268), where you can store/recall gate library set- tings for input channels. PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual E Level meters These meters indicate the amount of gain reduction (GR), the peak level before...
  • Page 265 P DECAY (Decay time) Specifies the time over which the gate will close after the hold time has elapsed. Q RANGE Specifies the amount of attenuation while the gate is closed. PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual Reference section...
  • Page 266: Comp Param (Compressor Parameter) Screen

    E LIBRARY This button accesses the COMP LIBRARY screen (➥ p.232), where you can store/recall compressor library settings for input channels. PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual F Level meters These meters indicate the amount of gain reduction (GR), the peak level before...
  • Page 267: Ch 1-12 (Input Channel 1-12) Screen

    CH 37-48 (Input channel 37–48) screen ST IN (ST IN channel) screen These screens list the gate/compressor settings for the input channels. Here you can also copy gate/compressor settings between input channels. CH 1-12 PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual ST IN Reference section...
  • Page 268: Gate Library Screen

    You can also copy gate/ compressor settings between different screens (for the procedure ➥ p.231). PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual GATE LIBRARY screen Here you can recall, store, rename, or delete items in the gate library.
  • Page 269: Comp Library (Compressor Library) Screen

    Here you can recall, store, rename, or delete items in the compressor library. Except for the fact that these settings are for input chan- nels, this is the same as the OUTPUT COMP function COMP LIBRARY screen. Refer to p.232. Reference section PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual COMP LIBRARY...
  • Page 270: Input Delay Function

    OUTPUT DELAY function DELAY SCALE (➥ p.233). When you change the delay scale in the INPUT DELAY function, the delay scale of the OUT- PUT DELAY function will also change accordingly. PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual B GANG C Delay time knob D DELAY ON/OFF These are the same as in the OUTPUT DELAY func- tion (➥...
  • Page 271: Input Dca/Group Function

    Use the following two buttons to operate DCA groups 1–8 together. • ALL NOMINAL Clicking this button will move DCA faders 1–8 to nominal level (0 dB). • ALL MINIMUM Clicking this button will move DCA faders 1–8 to the –∞ dB position. Reference section PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 272: Mute Group Assign Screen

    Mute groups 1–8 can be used with both input channels and output channels. Both types of channel can exist in the identi- cally-numbered mute group. PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual EQ LINK ASSIGN screen Here you can specify the input channels that will be assigned to EQ link groups 1–8.
  • Page 273: Comp Link Assign (Compressor Link Assign) Screen

    OUTPUT DCA/GROUP function COMP LINK ASSIGN screen. Refer to p.237. Hint Input channels and output channels use separate compres- sor link groups. Input channels use groups A–H, and output channels use groups 1–8. Reference section PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 274: Pan/Routing Function

    MIX bus. You can choose one of the following two send locations. PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual ❏ POST ON The signal will be sent from immediately after the [ON] key.
  • Page 275 On/off switch for the signal sent from input channels to the two MIX buses. INPUT CHANNEL 1 FADER …… …… INPUT CHANNEL 2 FADER PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual Input channel 2 ↓ ↓ MIX buses 1/2 …… …… MIX1/2 (FIX) MIX1/2 (FIX)
  • Page 276 MIX2 (VARI) • PRE/POST button= POST INPUT CHANNEL 1 FADER MIX1 (VARI) LEVEL LEVEL MIX2 (VARI) PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual ❏ Type = VARI, Pairing = enabled Input channel 2 ↓ MIX bus 2 Input channel 2 ↓ MIX bus 1...
  • Page 277 MIX bus will be lowered to –∞ dB. • The send level of signals sent from all input chan- nels other than the above to the destination MIX bus will be set to nominal level (0.0 dB). PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual Reference section...
  • Page 278: Input Channel

    ALL ON [ALL MIX Switch the signals sent from the selected input chan- nel to all MIX buses on or off together. PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual ALL OFF [ALL CH ALL ON [ALL CH Switch the signals sent from all input channels to the selected MIX bus on or off together.
  • Page 279 • This operation is ignored by unpaired MIX buses and FIXED-type MIX buses. • You cannot copy PAN parameters to BALANCE parameters (or vice versa). • Copying is invalid for channels whose VARI button (in the FOLLOW PAN area) is on. Reference section PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 280: Mix Send View Screen

    ❏ When the MIX from CH button is on The screen shows the status of the signals sent from all input channels to a specific MIX bus. PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual B SEND LEVEL, PRE/POST (Send level / Send point) Select one of the following two parameters to view in the grid.
  • Page 281 This indicates the input channel and MIX bus for the grid where the cursor is currently located. The four boxes at right indicate the values for the grid where the cursor is currently located. Reference section PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 282: Fix Assign View Screen

    MIX buses used as surround buses will be named by their surround channel (e.g., L, C, R) rather than by number. PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual D TO ST (To stereo) If this button is on, the corresponding input channel is assigned to the STEREO bus.
  • Page 283: Lcr Screen

    100 it will be sent only to the center bus. With a set- ting of 50, the signal will be sent at the same level to the left/right and center buses. Reference section PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 284 This indicates the coordinate locations of the O sym- bol in the left/right direction and the front/rear direction. PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual H STEREO LINK This specifies whether sound image movement will be linked between the two channels shown in the screen.
  • Page 285: Surr View (Surround View) Screen

    S (Side) mic. The M mic captures the main signal and the S mic captures the directional signal, and the sum (M+S) and difference (M-S) of the two signals (this procedure is known as “decoding”) is recorded on the L and R channels respectively. Reference section PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual...
  • Page 286: Input View Function

    This area indicates the input port that is patched to the input channel, the setting of the internal head amp (PM5D-RH model only) or external head amp, and the input level. In this screen you can also adjust the head amp gain and switch phantom power (+48V) on/off.
  • Page 287: Signal Flow Screen

    • PRE ATT (immediately before the attenuator) • EQ (immediately before and after the EQ) • GATE (immediately before and after the gate) • COMP (immediately before and after the compressor) • FADER (immediately before and after the fader) PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual Reference section...
  • Page 288: Fader View Screen

    If PEAK HOLD is on, the flow indication will stay red if clipping occurs even once, making it easier to see that clipping has occurred. PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual FADER VIEW screen This screen shows the on/off status, level, and cue monitor status of the input channels and DCA groups.
  • Page 289: Ch Copy Screen

    “TYPE CONFLICT!” is displayed in the box at the left, and you cannot paste to an input channel. • The contents of the buffer memory are erased when the PM5D is powered-off. INPUT CH LIBRARY (Input channel library) screen Here you can recall, store, rename, or delete items in the input channel library.
  • Page 290: Appendices

    12 Syn. Bass 2 125 Hz 180 Hz L.SHELF PEAKING –6.0 dB 0.0 dB 13 Piano 1 95 Hz 950 Hz — PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual Appendices Title H-MID HIGH PEAKING H.SHELF 0.0 dB +4.0 dB 14 Piano 2 1.06 kHz 5.30 kHz...
  • Page 291: Gate Library List

    12.5 kHz — PEAKING +3.0 dB 5.60 kHz H.SHELF +3.0 dB 12.5 kHz — H.SHELF 0.0 dB 10.0 kHz — PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual Type Parameter Value Threshold (dB) –26 Range (dB) –56 GATE Attack (ms) Hold (ms) 2.56 Decay (ms) Threshold (dB) –19...
  • Page 292: Compressor Library List

    Out gain (dB) Width (dB) Release (ms) Threshold (dB) Ratio ( :1) Attack (ms) A. Dr. Tom EXPAND Out gain (dB) Knee Release (ms) PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual Parameter Value Title –8 A. Dr. OverTop –23 E. B. Finger –10 E. B. Slap –8...
  • Page 293 COMP –2.5 –14 Total Comp1 COMP –18 Total Comp2 COMP hard –23 –20 –8 –9 PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual Parameter Value Threshold (dB) –33 Ratio ( :1) Attack (ms) Out gain (dB) Knee Release (ms) Threshold (dB) –14 Ratio ( :1)
  • Page 294: Dynamics Parameters

    THRESHOLD RANGE Input Level PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual This determines the level at which the gate effect is applied. This determines the amount of attenuation when the gate closes. This determines how fast the gate opens when the signal exceeds the threshold level.
  • Page 295: Comp Section

    • Time Series Analysis (RATIO= ∞:1) Input Signal Time Reference section PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual Output Signal ATTACK RELEASE Time Output Signal ATTACK...
  • Page 296 88.2kHz: 3 ms – 23.0 sec 96kHz: 3 ms – 21.1 sec (160 points) OUT GAIN (dB) –18.0 to 0.0 (180 points) WIDTH (dB) 0–90 (91 points) PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual THRESHOLD Input Level WIDTH Description This determines the level at which compression is applied.
  • Page 297: Effect Library List

    052 Comp260S * 053 Equalizer601 * EQUALIZER601* 054 OpenDeck * These library numbers are reserved for the installation of Add-On Effects. Effects that are not installed are grayed-out and unavailable. PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual Type Description 3-band parallel filter (24 dB/ MULTI.FILTER...
  • Page 298: Effects Parameters

    High-pass filter cutoff fre- THRU, 21.2 Hz–8.00 kHz quency Low-pass filter cutoff fre- 50.0 Hz–16.0 kHz, THRU quency PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual ❏ GATE REVERB, REVERSE GATE One input, two output early reflections with gate, and early reflections with reverse gate. Parameter TYPE...
  • Page 299 HSH F 50.0 Hz–16.0 kHz High shelving filter frequency HSH G –12 to +12 dB High shelving filter gain SYNC OFF/ON Tempo parameter sync on/off Used in conjunction with TEMPO NOTE to determine FREQ. Reference section PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual Description Description...
  • Page 300 –12 to +12 dB High shelving filter gain SYNC OFF/ON Tempo parameter sync on/off Used in conjunction with TEMPO NOTE to determine FREQ. PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual ❏ AUTOPAN Two input, two output autopanner. Description Parameter FREQ. 0.05–40.00 Hz DEPTH 0–100% DIR.
  • Page 301: Ring Mod

    LEVEL 0–100 Output Level *1. 6.0 ms–46.0 s (fs=44.1 kHz), 5.0 ms–42.3 s (fs=48 kHz), 3 ms–23.0 s (fs=88.2 kHz), 3 ms–21.1 s (fs=96 kHz) Reference section PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual Description Modulation speed Modulation depth Left-channel modulation and right-channel modulation...
  • Page 302 High shelving filter gain *1. 6.0 ms–46.0 s (fs=44.1 kHz), 5.0 ms–42.3 s (fs=48 kHz), 3 ms–23.0 s (fs=88.2 kHz), 3 ms–21.1 s (fs=96 kHz) PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual ❏ REV+CHORUS One input, two output reverb and chorus effects in parallel.
  • Page 303 Modulation speed DEPTH 0–100% Modulation depth MOD. DLY 0.0–500.0 ms Modulation delay time WAVE Sine, Tri Modulation waveform SYNC OFF/ON Tempo parameter sync on/off Used in conjunction with TEMPO NOTE to determine FREQ. Reference section PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual Description Description...
  • Page 304 DELAY Used in conjunction with TEMPO NOTE FB to determine FB. DLY (Maximum value depends on the tempo setting) PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual ❏ DELAY→ER. One input, two output delay and early reflections effects in series. Description...
  • Page 305 PLAY button can be triggered by MIDI TRG OFF, C1–C6, ALL using MIDI Note on/off messages. *1. 0.0–5941.0 ms (fs=44.1 kHz), 0.0 ms–5458.3 ms (fs=48 kHz), 0.0– 2970.5 ms (fs=88.2 kHz), 0.0 ms–2729.2 ms (fs=96 kHz) Reference section PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual Description Description...
  • Page 306 Limiter knee *1. 6.0 ms–46.0 s (fs=44.1 kHz), 5.0 ms–42.3 s (fs=48 kHz), 3 ms–23.0 s (fs=88.2 kHz), 3 ms–21.1 s (fs=96 kHz) PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual ❏ M.BAND COMP Two input, two output 3-band compressor, with individ- ual solo and gain reduction metering for each band.
  • Page 307: Effects And Tempo Synchronization

    To prevent the effect from changing in this way between store and recall, the PM5D does not update the DELAY (or FREQ.) value when an effect is recalled, even if the TEMPO is no longer the same as when that effect was stored.
  • Page 308: Scene Memory/Effect Library To Program Change Table

    Scene Memory/Effect Library to Program Change Table Scene Memory/Effect Library to Program Change Table ❏ Preset Bank/Ch# 1 Program Scene/ Program Preset# Change# Effect Change# Scene PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual ❏ Preset Bank/Ch# 2 Scene/ Program Scene/ Preset# Effect Change# Effect Scene Scene...
  • Page 309 ❏ Preset Bank/Ch# 3 Program Scene/ Program Preset# Change# Effect Change# Scene ❏ Preset Bank/Ch# 4 Scene/ Program Scene/ Preset# Effect Change# Effect Scene Scene PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual Program Scene/ Preset# Preset# Change# Effect Scene No Assign Reference section...
  • Page 310 Effect2 ❏ Preset Bank/Ch# 11 Program Change# Scene/Effect Effect3 ❏ Preset Bank/Ch# 12 Program Change# Scene/Effect Effect4 PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual ❏ Preset Bank/Ch# 13 Preset# Program Change# ❏ Preset Bank/Ch# 14 Preset# Program Change# ❏ Preset Bank/Ch# 15 Preset# Program Change# ❏...
  • Page 311 ❏ Bank/Ch# _ Program Scene/ User# Change# Effect Program Scene/ User# Change# Effect PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual Program Scene/ User# Change# Effect Reference section...
  • Page 312: Parameters That Can Be Assigned To Control Changes

    MATRIX 8 ON MATRIX 1 LEVEL H– MIX TO MATRIX MATRIX 8 LEVEL H MATRIX 1 LEVEL L– MATRIX 8 LEVEL L MATRIX 1/2 PAN– MATRIX 7/8 PAN PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual PARAMETER 2 MODE — CH 1–CH48 STIN1L–STIN4R FXRTN1L–FXRTN4R MIX 1–MIX24 ST TO MATRIX MATRIX 1–MATRIX 8...
  • Page 313 RECALL SAFE TIME HIGH CUE DELAY TIME MID TIME LOW TIME HIGH MONITOR DELAY TIME MID TIME LOW Reference section PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual PARAMETER 2 MIX 1–MIX24 MATRIX 1–MATRIX 8 STEREO AL–STEREO BR CH 1–CH48 STIN1L–STIN4R FXRTN1L–FXRTN4R CH 1–CH48 STIN1L–STIN4R FXRTN1L–FXRTN4R ALT SEL CH EFFECT 1–EFFECT 8...
  • Page 314: Control Change Parameter Assignments

    FADER H OUTPUT NO ASSIGN FADER H OUTPUT INPUT FADER L OUTPUT NO ASSIGN FADER L OUTPUT PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual Control PARAMETER 2 Change# CH 1 CH 2 CH 3 CH 4 CH 5 CH 6 CH 7 CH 8...
  • Page 315 CH43 NO ASSIGN CH44 CH45 CH46 CH47 CH48 MIX 5 MIX 6 MIX 7 MIX 8 — STEREO AL STEREO BL PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual MODE PARAMETER 1 PARAMETER 2 CH25 CH26 CH27 CH28 CH29 CH30 CH31 CH32 CH33 CH34 CH35...
  • Page 316 LOW GAIN FADER H OUTPUT NO ASSIGN BALANCE OUTPUT NO ASSIGN FADER L OUTPUT NO ASSIGN BALANCE OUTPUT PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual Control PARAMETER 2 Change# CH 1 CH 2 CH 3 CH 4 CH 5 CH 6 CH 7 CH 8...
  • Page 317 MIX14 MIX15 MIX16 — MIX 9 MIX11 INPUT EQ — NO ASSIGN MIX13 MIX14 MIX15 MIX16 — MIX13 MIX15 PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual MODE PARAMETER 1 PARAMETER 2 CH25 CH26 CH27 CH28 CH29 CH30 CH31 CH32 CH33 CH34 CH35 CH36 LOW FREQ...
  • Page 318 CH ON OUTPUT NO ASSIGN CH ON OUTPUT NO ASSIGN CH ON OUTPUT NO ASSIGN CH ON OUTPUT PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual Control PARAMETER 2 Change# CH 1 CH 2 CH 3 CH 4 CH 5 CH 6 CH 7 CH 8...
  • Page 319 MIX10 MIX11 MIX12 — MIX21 MIX22 INPUT EQ — NO ASSIGN MIX13 MIX14 MIX15 MIX16 — MIX23 MIX24 PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual MODE PARAMETER 1 PARAMETER 2 CH25 CH26 CH27 CH28 CH29 CH30 CH31 CH32 CH33 CH34 CH35 CH36 LOW MID FREQ...
  • Page 320 GAIN FADER H OUTPUT NO ASSIGN BALANCE OUTPUT NO ASSIGN FADER L OUTPUT NO ASSIGN BALANCE OUTPUT PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual Control PARAMETER 2 Change# CH 1 CH 2 CH 3 CH 4 CH 5 CH 6 CH 7 CH 8...
  • Page 321 MIX23 MIX24 — MATRIX 1 MATRIX 3 INPUT EQ — NO ASSIGN MIX21 MIX22 MIX23 MIX24 — MATRIX 5 MATRIX 7 PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual MODE PARAMETER 1 PARAMETER 2 CH25 CH26 CH27 CH28 CH29 CH30 CH31 CH32 CH33 CH34 CH35...
  • Page 322 FADER H OUTPUT NO ASSIGN CH ON OUTPUT NO ASSIGN FADER L OUTPUT NO ASSIGN CH ON OUTPUT PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual Control PARAMETER 2 Change# CH 1 CH 2 CH 3 CH 4 CH 5 CH 6 CH 7 CH 8...
  • Page 323 — MATRIX 5 MATRIX 6 INPUT EQ — NO ASSIGN MATRIX 5 MATRIX 6 MATRIX 7 MATRIX 8 — MATRIX 7 MATRIX 8 PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual MODE PARAMETER 1 PARAMETER 2 CH25 CH26 CH27 CH28 CH29 CH30 CH31 CH32 CH33...
  • Page 324 INPUT HPF FREQ NO ASSIGN INPUT HPF FREQ NO ASSIGN INPUT HPF FREQ NO ASSIGN INPUT HPF FREQ PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual Control PARAMETER 2 Change# CH 1 CH 2 CH 3 CH 4 CH 5 CH 6 CH 7 CH 8...
  • Page 325 NO ASSIGN CH14 CH15 CH16 — CH17 CH18 INPUT EQ — NO ASSIGN CH19 CH20 CH21 CH22 — CH23 CH24 PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual MODE PARAMETER 1 PARAMETER 2 CH25 CH26 CH27 CH28 CH29 CH30 CH31 CH32 CH33 CH34 CH35 CH36 CH37...
  • Page 326 FREQ NO ASSIGN INPUT HPF FREQ SURROUND LFE L INPUT HPF FREQ NO ASSIGN INPUT HPF FREQ PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual Control PARAMETER 2 Change# CH 1 CH 2 CH 3 CH 4 CH 5 CH 6 CH 7 CH 8...
  • Page 327 CH40 CH41 CH42 CH43 NO ASSIGN CH44 CH45 CH46 CH47 CH48 CH43 CH44 CH45 CH46 — CH47 CH48 PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual MODE PARAMETER 1 PARAMETER 2 CH25 CH26 CH27 CH28 CH29 CH30 CH31 CH32 CH33 CH34 CH35 CH36 DIVERGENCE F...
  • Page 328 Change# LEFT-RIGHT SURROUND FADER H NO ASSIGN MUTE MASTER FRONT-REAR SURROUND FADER L NO ASSIGN MUTE MASTER PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual Control PARAMETER 2 Change# CH 1 CH 2 CH 3 CH 4 CH 5 CH 6 CH 7 CH 8...
  • Page 329 CH33 CH34 CH35 CH36 CH37 CH38 CH39 CH40 CH41 CH42 CH43 CH44 CH45 CH46 CH47 CH48 DCA 5 DCA 6 DCA 7 DCA 8 — MASTER 7 MASTER 8 PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual MODE PARAMETER 1 PARAMETER 2 — Reference section...
  • Page 330 Control change parameter assignments ❏ CHANNEL _ Control MODE PARAMETER 1 Change# PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual Control PARAMETER 2 MODE Change# Reference section PARAMETER 1 PARAMETER 2...
  • Page 331: Nrpn Parameter Assignments

    0E69 0E8A 0EC9 0EEA 0F29 0F4A 0F89 0FAA 0FE9 100A 1049 106A 10A9 10CA 1101 112A 1161 118A 11C1 PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual FROM (HEX) (HEX) 12AA 12C7 12C8 12E5 12E6 1303 1304 1381 1382 13FF 1400 147D 147E 14FB 14FC...
  • Page 332 GAIN20 GAIN21 GAIN22 GAIN23 GAIN24 GAIN25 GAIN26 GAIN27 GAIN28 GAIN29 GAIN30 GAIN31 SURROUND DIV R FADER MIX21-24,ST B LR PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual FROM PARAMETER (HEX) (HEX) 26B4 26BB MIX1 SEND 26BC 26C3 MIX2 SEND 26C4 26CB MIX3 SEND 26CC 26D3...
  • Page 333 *1. For EQ or COMP parameters that include INPUT CH and OUTPUT, the OUTPUT is assigned starting at 96 (60h) after the first number. Thus, the numbers from immediately after INPUT CH until immedi- ately before OUTPUT are unassigned. PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual FROM (HEX) (HEX)
  • Page 334: Channel Library List

    EQ Bypass x4 Delay On/Off Delay Time Surround LFE Surround Div. Surround Div.Rear Surround LR Pan Surround FR Pan Surround Div.Link PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual STEREO A/B INPUT/ST IN DCA Group 1-8 On/Off To Stereo On/Off Mix Send Pre Point Mix Send Follow...
  • Page 335: Channel Parameter Behavior When Paired

    EQ Bypass x4 M-S Encode S-Gain ❏ Parameters that are not modified when pairing is enabled (not reset even if RESET BOTH is selected) INPUT/ST IN PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual MATRIX To Matrix On/Off To Matrix Point Selective Recall On Selective Recall Parameter...
  • Page 336: Midi Data Format

    MIDI Data Format This section explains the format of the data that the PM5D is able to understand, send, and receive. In addition to the messages described here, you can use the MIDI REMOTE function or the MIDI EVENT settings of the SCENE function to transmit any type of command.
  • Page 337: System Exclusive Message

    512 (current data) tx/rx The unique header (Model ID) identifies whether the device is a PM5D. To calculate the check sum, add the bytes starting with the byte after BYTE COUNT (LOW) and ending with the byte before CHECK SUM, take the binary complement, and set bit 7 to 0.
  • Page 338: Parameter Change

    [Tx CH] as its device number. In response to a parameter request, a parameter change will be transmitted with [Rx CH] as its device number. Command rx/tx PM5D native parameter change F0 43 1n 3E 0F … F7 rx/tx RARAMETER CHANGE PM5D native parameter request F0 43 3n 3E 0F …...
  • Page 339 If [Parameter change ECHO] is ON, the message is transmitted without change. STATUS 11110000 F0 ID No. 01000011 43 SUB STATUS 0001nnnn 1n GROUP ID 00111110 3E PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual System exclusive message Manufacture’s ID number (YAMAHA) n=0-15 (Device number=MIDI Channel) Digital mixer PM5D OTHER DATA (ASCII CODE) See 4.4.2...
  • Page 340 When this is received, a parameter change is transmitted with [Rx CH] as the device number. System exclusive message STATUS 11110000 F0 Manufacture’s ID number (YAMAHA) ID No. 01000011 43 n=0-15 (Device number=MIDI Channel) SUB STATUS 0011nnnn 3n Digital mixer...
  • Page 341 In response to a request, a Parameter Change message is transmitted on the [Rx CH]. If [Parameter change ECHO] is ON, the message is transmitted without change. System exclusive message STATUS 11110000 F0 Manufacture’s ID number (YAMAHA) ID No. 01000011 43 n=0-15 (Device number=MIDI Channel) SUB STATUS 0001nnnn 1n Digital mixer...
  • Page 342 Transmission is disabled when the power is cycled, or when PORT settings are changed. If [Parameter change ECHO] is ON, the message is transmitted without change. System exclusive message STATUS 11110000 F0 Manufacture’s ID number (YAMAHA) ID No. 01000011 43 n=0-15 (Device number=MIDI Channel) SUB STATUS 0001nnnn 1n Digital mixer...
  • Page 343: Warning Messages

    HA Type Conflict! Data Ignored. You attempted to recall a HA library of a different model (PM5D model or PM5D-RH model). The parameter you assigned to the FADER START function or to a User Defined key is the same as an Conflicting GPI OUT Cancelled.
  • Page 344: Error Messages

    Internal memory does not contain files to upload. The backup battery voltage is low. A problem has occurred with the PW800W power supply connected to the PM5D. Please contact your Yamaha dealer. The I/O cards installed in the slots exceed the rated power capacity.
  • Page 345: Troubleshooting

    Troubleshooting ❍ Are the PM5D and PW800W correctly connected by the special power cable? ❍ Is the PW800W’s POWER switch turned on? Power does not turn on, panel LEDs ❍ In the UTILITY function PREFERENCE 2 screen, could the LED brightness have been turned down? and the LCD display do not light (➥...
  • Page 346: General Specifications

    Net Weight Power Requirements Operation free-air Temperature Range Storage Temperature Range Included Accessories Optional Accessories PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual tings are not linked. (➥ p.45) (➥ p.188) Internal: 44.1 kHz, 48 kHz, 88.2 kHz, 96 kHz External: 44.1 kHz (–10%) to 48 kHz (+6%) 88.2 kHz (–10%) to 96 kHz (+6%)
  • Page 347 ❏ Digital Output (2TR OUT DIGITAL1-3) AES/EBU XLR-3-32 Type (Balanced) x2 (DIGITAL Connector OUT 1,2) SPDIF RCA PIN (DIGITAL OUT 3) Sampling Rate On/Off by software control (1:3 and 3:1 maxi- Converter mum input to output sample rate ratio) PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual Reference section...
  • Page 348: Input/Output Characteristics

    * In these specifications, 0 dBu = 0.775 Vrms. * All input AD converters are 24bit linear, 128 times (@48 kHz) oversampling. * PM5D: +48V DC (phantom power) is supplied to INPUT (1-48) XLR type connectors via each individual switch, and TALKBACK XLR type connectors via software switch.
  • Page 349 *3. PHONES stereo phone jacks are unbalanced. (Tip=LEFT, Ring=RIGHT, Sleeve=GND) *4. There are switches inside the body to preset the maximum output level. *5. INSERT OUTs are only provided for PM5D. *6. The position of the level control is 10 dB lowered from Max.
  • Page 350 Copy Emphasis — Category Code Source Number Channel Number Sampling Frequency Fs Accuracy — Maximum Audio Sample word length Sample Word Length Original Sampling Frequency PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual fixed/variable data fixed variable fixed fixed 0x00 fixed 0x00 fixed variable fixed fixed/variable...
  • Page 351 D-Sub Connector 9P (Female) — DIN Connector 6P 2.5V - 11.5V XLR-4-31 Type — PCMCIA (Compact Flash) The Number Of Output Usable Cards 8 OUT — 4 OUT — 8 OUT 16 OUT 16 OUT PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual Connector Reference section...
  • Page 352: Electrical Characteristics

    STEREO A,B MIX OUT MATRIX OUT Internal OSC MONITOR OUT CUE OUT PHONES * Total Harmonic Distortion is measured with a 18 dB/octave filter @80 kHz PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual Conditions 600Ω PM5D: GAIN: Max., PAD: Off PM5D-RH: GAIN: Max. 8Ω...
  • Page 353: Sampling Frequency

    Residual Output Noise, PHONES Level Control Min. Conditions PM5D: AD + DA, GAIN: Min., Fs= 44.1/48 kHz PAD: On PM5D-RH: AD + DA, GAIN: Min. Fs= 88.2/96 kHz DA Converter Condition Conditions PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual Min. Typ. Max. Unit –128 –64 –62 –81 –76 –64 –81 –76...
  • Page 354: Other Functions

    Level: 1024 steps, ∞, –138 dB to +10 dB LCR Pan CSR= 0% to 100% Surround Pan 3-1, 5.1, 6.1 panning support PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual ❏ Output Function Total Function Frequency= 20 Hz to 20 kHz Gain= –18 dB to +18 dB Q= 0.10 to 10.0...
  • Page 355: Pin Assignment

    ID1 Out ID0 In ID3 Out ID2 In ID5 Out ID4 In MSB Out ❏ RS422 REMOTE Signal Name RX– PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual Signal Output 1-2(–) Output 3-4(–) Output 5-6(–) Output 7-8(–) Output 9-10(–) Output 11-12(–) Output 13-14(–) Output 15-16(–) DTR Out(–)
  • Page 356: Dimensions

    1450 1551 * Specifications and descriptions in this owner's manual are for information purposes only. Yamaha Corp. reserves the right to change or modify products or specifications at any time without prior notice. Since specifications, equipment or options may not be the same in every locale, please check with your Yamaha dealer.
  • Page 357: Midi Implementation Chart

    YAMAHA [Digital Mixing Console] Model: PM5D/PM5D-RH Function... Basic Default Channel Changed Default Mode Messages Altered Note :True Voice Number Note On Velocity Note Off After Key’s Touch Ch’s Pitch Bend 0,32 6,38 Control 98,99 Change 1-31,33-98, 102-119 Prog Change :True#...
  • Page 358: Index

    CASCADE OUT PORT SOURCE SELECT Cascade slave Source when cascade connected CASCADE FROM CASCADE/Fs CH 1-12 CH 1-24 PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual CH 1-24 layer CH 13-24 CH 25-36 CH 25-48 CH 25-48 layer CH 37-48 CH COPY CH to MIX...
  • Page 359 FIX ASSIGN VIEW GATE LIBRARY GATE PARAM GATE/COMP function HA LIBRARY HA/INSERT function INSERT INSERT PATCH INSERT STIN INSERT/DIRECT OUT POINT PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual MIX SEND VIEW MUTE GROUP ASSIGN NAME PAN/ROUTING function PATCH PATCH function PATCH LIBRARY SIGNAL FLOW ST IN...
  • Page 360 Linking ASSIGN MODE section Compressor Link EQ Link LOAD ADVANCED mode BASIC mode CSV IMPORT mode Loading PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual Manual organize MATRIX channels 1–8 MATRIX section MATRIX/ST function MATRIX/ST ROUTING MIX to MATRIX VIEW SURR SETUP MATRIX/STEREO Memory cards...
  • Page 361 OUTPUT SOLO SAFE OUTPUT VIEW function CH COPY CH VIEW FADER VIEW OUTPUT CH LIBRARY SIGNAL FLOW Overview of the PM5D PAIR MODE Pairing Enabling/disabling Pairing MIX channels PAN/ROUTING function CH to MIX FIX ASSIGN VIEW MIX SEND VIEW...
  • Page 362 USER DEFINED KEYS USER DEFINED section User interface Using an internal effect via a MIX UTILITY function FADER ASSIGN LOAD PREFERENCE 1/2 SAVE SECURITY USER DEFINE VARI type MIX bus VERTICAL PAIR Warning Messages Word clock PM5D/PM5D-RH Owner’s Manual Reference section...
  • Page 363: Pm5D/Pm5D-Rh Block Diagram

    PM5D/PM5D-RH Block Diagram PM5D(NonRecallable HA) x 48 [INPUT] (1-48) PEAK CH 1(...48) +48V SIGNAL GAIN INPUT PreATT METER METER INSERT To METER INSERT OUT 4BAND TO TALKBACK SELECT INSERT DECODE INPUT 1-48 Keyin INSERT IN Self Pre EQ/ Self Post EQ/...
  • Page 364 PM5D Level Diagram Analog Digital Analog Digital INPUT GAIN PHASE PATCH dBFS Max. Input [+30dBu] INSERT IN Max. Input [+24dBu] Nominal [+10dBu] Input Nominal [+4dBu] Input Max. Input [-14dBu] Max. Input [-30dBu] Nominal Input [-34dBu] Max. Input [-40dBu] Nominal Input...
  • Page 365 PM5D-RH Level Diagram Analog Digital Analog Digital INPUT GAIN PHASE PATCH dBFS Max. Input [+30dBu] INSERT IN Max. Input [+24dBu] Nominal [+10dBu] Input Nominal [+4dBu] Input Max. Input [-30dBu] Max. Input [-42dBu] Nominal [-50dBu] Input Nominal [-62dBu] Input -100 INPUT 1-48 (GAIN MIN.) -110 ST IN (GAIN MIN.)
  • Page 366 For details of products, please contact your nearest Yamaha representative or the authorized distributor listed below. Pour plus de détails sur les produits, veuillez-vous adresser à Yamaha ou au distributeur le plus proche de vous figurant dans la liste suivante.
  • Page 367 This document is printed on recycled chlorine free (ECF) paper with soy ink. Yamaha Manual Library http://www2.yamaha.co.jp/manual/english/ U.R.G., Pro Audio & Digital Musical Instrument Division, Yamaha Corporation © 2004 Yamaha Corporation WC42160 405IPAP2.2-01A0 Printed in Japan...

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