TX (MIDI event transmission)
If you click this column to make the "TX" indication appear, transmission will be enabled for the MIDI event
speciﬁed for this scene.
GPI OUT CONTROL
Speciﬁes the polarity (high-active/low-active) and transmission method (tally/trigger) of the signal that is sent
from GPI OUT ports 1–12 when the scene is recalled. You can also click these columns to edit the setting. You can
choose from the following settings.
These columns indicate the MMC/RS422 transport command that will be executed when you recall the scene.
The left column indicates the protocol (MMC or RS422), and the right column indicates the type of command.
You can click an item and choose the desired protocol or command from the popup menu that appears.
This area shows the PM5D's scene memory contents. The items displayed are the same as in the FILE list (
As desired, you can copy single or multiple scenes between the FILE list and the INTERNAL DATA list, and copy
or move them to a different location within a list.
To do this, use the following methods to select the scene(s) that you want to copy or move.
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