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DIGITAL REVERBERATOR
Owner's Manual
Manuel d'instructions
Bedienungsanleitung
Manual del propietario
R
L
CLIP
-3
-6
-9
-12
-18
-24
PROGRAM
-36
INPUT
0
FREQ
100
50
700 -15 +15
-00
+10
L
R
LOW
DIGITAL REVERBERATOR
STEREO
L
MONO
R
PRESET
USER
MIDI
PRE EFFECT EQ
GAIN
FREQ
GAIN
FREQ
GAIN
300
4k
10k
800
2k
2k
5k
-15 +15
20k
-15 +15
350
HIGH
MID
DATA/CURSOR
PARAMETER
MAIN
INC
EQ
DEC
GATE
ON
LEVEL/
COMPARE
BAL
7
8
9
FINE
PROGRAM
EQ ON
4
5
6
STORE
GATE ON
1
2
3
CANCEL
RECALL/
0
OTHERS
ENTER
POWER
INFINITE
UTILITY
ON/ OFF
BYPASS

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  • Page 1 DIGITAL REVERBERATOR Owner’s Manual Manuel d’instructions Bedienungsanleitung Manual del propietario DIGITAL REVERBERATOR CLIP STEREO MONO PRESET USER PROGRAM MIDI INPUT FREQ GAIN FREQ 700 -15 +15 DATA/CURSOR PRE EFFECT EQ GAIN FREQ GAIN -15 +15 -15 +15 HIGH PARAMETER MAIN FINE PROGRAM EQ ON...
  • Page 2 1. IMPORTANT NOTICE: DO NOT MODIFY THIS UNIT! This product, when installed as indicated in the instructions contained in this manual, meets FCC requirements. Modifications not expressly approved by Yamaha may void your authority, granted by the FCC, to use the product.
  • Page 3 Do not open the unit, or attempt repairs or modifications yourself This product contains no user-serviceable parts. Prefer all maintenance to qualified Yamaha ser- vice personnel. Opening the unit and/or tampering with the internal circuitry will void the war- ranty.
  • Page 4: Table Of Contents

    Assigning MIDI controllers ....35 Initializing the ProR3 .....36...
  • Page 5: Introduction

    Introduction Introduction Thank you for purchasing the Yamaha ProR3 Digital Reverberator. The ProR3 marks a new era in Yamaha’s reverberation technology. Third-generation Yamaha digital signal processors (DSP) with 32 bit digital signal processing and high-performance 20 bit linear A/D and D/A convert- ers provide unprecedented density and resolution, with breathtakingly dynamic impact.
  • Page 6: Front Panel

    These are six LEDs which indicate program status and other functions of the ProR3. STEREO, L/R MONO The input mode of the currently selected program is shown by three indicators. The ProR3 has four input modes (Stereo, LR/Mix, R-Mono, L-Mono), selected by the UTILITY key. When both L/R Mono indicators are lit, LR/Mix mode is selected.
  • Page 7 2 Select the parameters to be controlled by MIDI Control Change messages (see page 16 and 35). Peaking ±15 dB ±15 dB 250 Hz to 5.6 kHz 0.1 to 5.0 0.1 to 5.0 Front panel HIGH Peaking/Shelving ±15 dB 500 Hz to 20 kHz 0.1 to 5.0 ProR3 Digital Reverberator...
  • Page 8 The inner knob is the input level for the left channel, and the outer knob is the input level for the right channel. The knobs are coaxial for convenience when you are adjusting the level of a stereo source. ProR3 Digital Reverberator...
  • Page 9 This is a convenient way to quickly compare the unprocessed sound with the processed sound. 350 Hz to 5 kHz ±15 dB ±15 dB Front panel HIGH 2 kHz to 20 kHz ±15 dB ProR3 Digital Reverberator...
  • Page 10: Rear Panel

    17 INPUT jacks These are balanced input jacks which input the analog signal from your mixer or multi-track recorder to the ProR3. If the source is monaural, use the UTILITY key to select an appropriate input jack (see page 33).
  • Page 11: Basic Use - Using A Preset Program

    Turn on the ProR3 before the other connected equipment. When turning off the power of the system, turn off devices starting with the power amp and working backward toward the signal sources.
  • Page 12: Adjusting The Input Level

    Basic use – using a preset program – Adjusting the input level When the power has been turned on for the ProR3 and the other equipment, make the sound sources produce sound, and adjust the input level of the ProR3.
  • Page 13: Preset Program List

    Basic use – using a preset program – Description The ProR3’s standard hall-type reverb. Simulates a large hall with good acous- tics, and is suitable for any instrument. A program with a slight delay between the sparse early reflections and the rich reverberation.
  • Page 14 Dark Moon Rev Flg Filter Flange Rev Flg ProR3 Digital Reverberator Adds a strong live ambiance to drums. Try it on sampled drums. A percussive short reverb with chorus added. Gives ambiance to drums, lead instruments, and vocals. Simulates an early and extremely expensive digital reverb unit.
  • Page 15 This program combines a chorus effect and reverb to create spaciousness and depth. A multi-phase chorus combined symphonic effect and reverb creates spacious- ness and depth, with a multi-phase chorus. Reverb is applied to a stereo feedback echo of up to 400 ms left and right. ProR3 Digital Reverberator...
  • Page 16: Advanced Uses (1)

    ProR3 Digital Reverberator EFFECT 50 Hz to 700 Hz 350 Hz to 5 kHz ±15 dB...
  • Page 17: The Infinite Function

    Note: For programs whose primary effect is early reflection (ER) and do not have a RevTime parame- ter, therefore this key will have no effect. Advanced uses (1) ProR3 Digital Reverberator...
  • Page 18: Advanced Uses (2) - Editing Functions

    This section explains how you can edit your own programs. How programs are organized Each of the ProR3 program consists of two main stages; the primary effect and the secondary effects. Of these, the primary effect can be selected from one of the following ten types, and will depend on the program that you select.
  • Page 19: Editing Procedure

    7. If you wish to edit a different parameter in the same effect, return to step 2. 8. If you wish to edit a different effect, refer to step 1. Advanced uses (2) – Editing functions – Primary effect type Reverb 2.5s ProR3 Digital Reverberator...
  • Page 20 1. Press the STORE key. The PROGRAM indicator will blink, and a message will appear to ask the storing location. Circus Big Top Store from P01 to U01 ? ProR3 Digital Reverberator Title Edit [Dread Lurgi Verb] RevTIM 0.0% 100.0...
  • Page 21 If a number outside of the range of 1–90 has been entered using the numeric keys, a message of “ Store Number Error ” will appear. Press the CANCEL key to return to the previous dis- play. Advanced uses (2) – Editing functions – Reverb Reverb ProR3 Digital Reverberator...
  • Page 22: Program Parameters 1 (primary Effects)

    *1 Small Hall, Large Hall, Vocal plate, Perc.Plate, Spring, Echo Room, Strings, Snare, Reverb Flange *2 Only when the input mode is either L-Mono, R -Mono, or LR-Mix. ProR3 Digital Reverberator Value Reverb time of primary reverberation (the time required for 0.3 ~ 99.0 s...
  • Page 23: Early Reflections (er)

    Cutoff frequency of high pass filter Cutoff frequency of low pass filter Modulation level Value Delay time of first reflection of bank A Level of first reflection of bank A Pan position of first reflection of bank A Description Description ProR3 Digital Reverberator...
  • Page 24: Room Simulation (roomsim)

    Depth Decay FINE ER/REV Balance ER/REV Delay Density Space Mod Common parameters ProR3 Digital Reverberator Value 0.3 ~ 99.0 s Decay time of reverb 0.1 ~ 200.0 ms Delay time until reverb is heard 0.5 ~ 46.7 m Simulation of room width 0.5 ~ 46.7 m...
  • Page 25: Reverb + Echo (rev + Ech)

    Cutoff frequency of reverb high pass filter Cutoff frequency of reverb low pass filter Modulation level of reverb Time until the L channel echo appears Time until the R channel echo appears Connection of reverb and echo Echo, Echo Reverb) Echo Description ProR3 Digital Reverberator...
  • Page 26: Reverb + Early Reflections (rev + Er)

    *2 Only when REV Patch is parallel (Reverb + ER) *3 Only when REV Patch is serial (Reverb *4 Hall, Room, Vocal, Plate *5 Reverb + E.Ref., E.Ref. ProR3 Digital Reverberator Value 0.3 ~ 99.0 s 0.1 ~ 200.0 ms X0.1 ~ X1.0...
  • Page 27: Reverb + Chorus (rev + Cho)

    Reverb amount Type of reverb tone Density of reverb Cutoff frequency of reverb high pass filter Cutoff frequency of reverb low pass filter Modulation level of reverb Connection of reverb and ER Chorus, Chorus Reverb) Chorus Description ProR3 Digital Reverberator...
  • Page 28: Reverb + Symphonic (rev + Sym)

    *1 Only when REV Patch is parallel (Reverb + Symphon) *2 Only when REV Patch is serial (Reverb *3 Hall, Room, Vocal, Plate *4 Reverb + Symphon, Symphon ProR3 Digital Reverberator Value 0.3 ~ 99.0 s 0.1 ~ 200.0 ms X0.1 ~ X1.0...
  • Page 29: Reverb + Flanger (rev + Flg)

    Reverb amount Type of reverb tone Density of reverb Cutoff frequency of reverb high pass filter Cutoff frequency of reverb low pass filter Modulation level of reverb Connection of flanger and reverb Flange, Flange Reverb) Flange Description ProR3 Digital Reverberator...
  • Page 30: Reverb + Pitch Change (rev + Pit)

    * If Base Key is set OFF, MIDI note-on messages will not control the pitch. * When using MIDI note-on messages to control the amount of the pitch shift, the pitch of the last-input note-on message will set the Pitch parameter. ProR3 Digital Reverberator Value 0.3 ~ 99.0s 0.1 ~ 200.0 ms...
  • Page 31: Reverb + Auto Pan (rev + Pan)

    Connection of auto-pan and reverb PAN, PAN Reverb) Value Delay time of reflection 1 Level of reflection 1 Pan position of reflection 1 Delay time of reflection 2 Level of reflection 2 Pan position of reflection 2 Stereo-mix adjustment Description Description ProR3 Digital Reverberator...
  • Page 32: Program Paramaters 2 (secondary Effects)

    DFL Frq.Center DFL Resonance DFL Shift DFL Sens DFL Decay DFL Patch continues to COMP ProR3 Digital Reverberator Value OFF, ON DFL effect on/off LPF, HPF, BPF Filter type selection 100 Hz ~ 3.2 kHz Center frequency of the filter...
  • Page 33: Comp

    Knee = SoftKnee –40 –30 –20 –10 Input Level Description Compressor on/off Threshold level Compressor output level Compression ratio Mode of change in threshold level Attack time Release time Gain reduction amount is displayed as a bar graph ProR3 Digital Reverberator...
  • Page 34 High EQ Type High Gain High Freq High Q *1 EQ ON POST EQ *1 When EQ Type is Peaking ProR3 Digital Reverberator Peaking/Shelving ±15 dB 32 Hz to 2.2 kHz 250 Hz to 5.6 kHz 0.1 to 5.0 Value...
  • Page 35: Gate

    Time from the hold time that the gate remains open Time from the hold time until the gate closes External MIDI control settings related to gating Point at which level is detected Gate open/shut operation is shown by a bar graph Gate on/off ProR3 Digital Reverberator...
  • Page 36: Level/bal

    You can also adjust the balance between the direct sound and the effect sound. GATE GATE Parameter LEVEL/BAL Effect Balance Output Level ProR3 Digital Reverberator LEVEL LEVEL Value 0 ~ 100% Ratio of effect sound and direct sound – , –50 ~ +6 dB...
  • Page 37: Advanced Uses (3) - Utility Functions

    OFF: Write permit Input mode setting The ProR3 has four input modes; Stereo, LR-Mix, R-Mono, and L-Mono. 1. Press the UTILITY key to access the input mode page. 2. Press the INC or DEC key to select the input mode.
  • Page 38: Midi Channel Setting

    MIDI data will be neither transmitted nor received. Setting the MIDI program change table You can make settings for each of the four MIDI program change table banks of the ProR3. With the factory preset settings, MIDI program numbers 1–90 correspond to USER program numbers 1–90, and MIDI program numbers 91–128 correspond to PRESET program numbers 1–38.
  • Page 39: Transmitting A Midi Bulk Dump

    Transmitting a MIDI bulk dump The ProR3 allows you to transmit any type of data as a bulk dump; memory, program memory (all programs or a specified program), banks, user ER, or system memory. 1. Repeatedly press the UTILITY key until the MIDI Bulk Out page appears.
  • Page 40: Initializing The Pror3

    ERROR Messages of the ProR3 Initializing the ProR3 If you wish to restore the ProR3 to the factory settings, use the following procedure to initialize 1. Hold down the STORE key and press the POWER switch to turn the power on.
  • Page 41: Specifications

    Button LED indicators INPUT L/R (XLR-3-31 OUTPUT L/R (XLR-3-32 MIDI – IN, OUT, THRU (5P DIN Level switch (+4/–10) Specifications 3 (LOW, MID, HIGH) 3 (LOW, MID, HIGH) 2) and (1/4” phone jacks 2) and (1/4” phone jacks ProR3 Digital Reverberator...
  • Page 42: Dimensions

    For European Model Purchaser/User Information specified in EN55103-1 and EN55103-2. Inrush Current: <1A Conformed Environment: E1, E2, E3 and E4 Block Diagram INPUT L +4dB –10dB INPUT INPUT R ProR3 Digital Reverberator W: 480 Effect COMP INPUT Selected MODE Effect Effect COMP...
  • Page 43: Midi Data Format

    01000011(43H) 0000nnnn(0nH) n=0-15 01111110(7EH) 00000010(02H) 01111000(64H) 01001100(4CH) "L" 01001101(4DH) "M" 00100000(20H) Space 00100000(20H) Space 00111000(38H) "8" 01000001(41H) "A" 00111000(38H) "8" 00110011(33H) "3" 01001101(4DH) "M" 0mmmmmmm m=1-90 0ddddddd Memory bulk (346bytes) 0ddddddd 0eeeeeee 11110111(F7H) Add-1 MIDI data format ProR3 Digital Reverberator...
  • Page 44 Also, if the memory number is “A11”, data for banks 1–4 (A through D) will be transmitted con- secutively. STATUS ID No. SUB STATUS FORMAT No. BYTE COUNT BYTE COUNT DATA NAME BANK No. DATA CHECK SUM ProR3 Digital Reverberator 11110000(F0H) 01000011(43H) 0000nnnn(0nH) n=0-15 01111110(7EH) 00000010(02H) 00001010(0AH) 01001100(4CH) "L" 01001101(4DH) "M"...
  • Page 45 00100000(20H) 01000001(41H) 00111000(38H) 00110011(33H) DATA NAME 01000101(45H) PATTERN No. 0zzzzzzz DATA 0ddddddd 0ddddddd CHECK SUM 0eeeeeee 11110111(F7H) MIDI data format n=0-15 "L" "M" Space Space "8" "A" "8" "3" "E" z=1-4 User ER pattern memory (480bytes) ProR3 Digital Reverberator Add-3...
  • Page 46 DATA NAME DATA CHECK SUM #5 Parameter Change data This data can be transmitted on the currently selected MIDI channel. This data is transmitted when ProR3 receives a Parameter Value Request message is received. STATUS ID No. SUB STATUS FORMAT No.
  • Page 47: Receive Data

    00100000(20H) 00100000(20H) 00111000(38H) 01000001(41H) 00111000(38H) 00110011(33H) DATA NAME 01001101(4DH) PROGRAM No. 0mmmmmmm 11110111(F7H) MIDI data format n=0-15 k=0-127 v=0-127 n=0-15 c=1-31, 64–95 v=0–127 n=0-15 c=0-127 n=0-15 "L" "M" Space Space "8" "A" "8" "3" "M" m=1-90 ProR3 Digital Reverberator Add-5...
  • Page 48 When this message is received, the data for the ER Pattern of the specified number will transmit- ted as bulk data. STATUS ID No. SUB STATUS FORMAT No. DATA NAME PATTERN No. ProR3 Digital Reverberator 11110000(F0H) 01000011(43H) 0010nnnn(2nH) n=0-15 01111110(7EH) 01001100(4CH) "L"...
  • Page 49 #10 Parameter Change data The transmitted data is identical to “Parameter Change data.” MIDI data format n=0-15 "L" "M" Space Space "8" "A" "8" "3" "S" Space n=0-15 "L" "M" Space Space "8" "A" "8" "3" "U" z=1-4 ProR3 Digital Reverberator Add-7...
  • Page 50 When this message is received, the value of the parameter specified by the parameter number will be transmitted as Parameter Change data. STATUS ID No. SUB STATUS FORMAT No. DEVICE CODE PARAMETER No. ProR3 Digital Reverberator 11110000(F0H) 01000011(43H) 0010nnnn(2nH) n=0-15 00011110(1EH) 00000101(05H) 0ppppppp...
  • Page 51: Midi Implementation Chart

    YAMAHA [Digital Reverberator] Model: ProR3 Function... Default Basic Channel Changed Default Mode Messages Altered Note Number : True voice Note ON Velocity Note OFF Key’s After Touch Ch’s Pitch Bend Control Change Prog : True # Change System Exclusive : Song Pos...
  • Page 52 YAMAHA CORPORATION Pro Audio & Digital Musical Instrument Division VT83890 R4 1 IP P.O. Box 3, Hamamatsu, 430-8651, Japan 03 05 1000 AP Printed in Japan...

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