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Installing Open Deck See the Add-On Effects Installation Guide for more information on installing Open Deck. Using Open Deck As with other effects, you can recall and edit the Open Deck program on the console or in Studio Manager. The basic operation is as follows: Select one of the internal effects processors.
Part Names and Functions Open Deck consists of the following main sections: • Recording deck section (page 4) • Reproduction deck section (page 5) • Open reel tape section (page 6) • Meter section (page 7) Studio Manager Open Deck Window Console screen (This is a DM2000 screen.)
In the following section: Functions marked with Studio Manager Functions marked with are available on the console. Console Recording deck section [REC DEC] Studio Manager Selects the recording deck type. You can select from four deck types: Swiss70, Swiss78, Swiss85, and America70. [RECORD]/[REC LVL] control Adjusts the input level of the recording deck.
[BIAS]/[REC BIAS] control Adjusts the bias of the recording deck. The range is from –1.00 through +1.00. [AUTO MAKE UP] switch/[MAKE UP] control If you turn on this switch or control, when you adjust the level of the recording deck (by using the [RECORD]/[REC LVL] control ), the level of the reproduction deck (the [REPRODUCE]/[REPR LVL] control ) reflects the change, maintaining the relative output level.
REPRODUCE:[-ADJUST- LOW]/[REPR LO] control Adjusts the low range gain of the reproduction deck. The range is from –6.0 through +6.0 dB. Open reel tape section [VU ADJUST] button When you turn this button on, the [VU ADJUST] control , instead of the VU meter for Channel 2, appears in the meter section.
Meter section [RECORD/REPRO] switch Enables you to select RECORD (input to the recording deck) or REPRO (output from the reproduction deck) as the signals to be monitored via the level and VU meters. Level meters Studio Manager Studio Manager displays the Effects output level. On the console, you can select the input level or output level to be displayed using the METER: [IN][OUT] switch.
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