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Yamaha PM5D Supplementary Manual

System software v1.12
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PM5D V1.12 Supplementary Manual
PM5D system software V1.12 includes the following changes and additions relative to V1.04 (changes up to V1.10 are also included).
Use ENCODER [ON] keys to turn phan-
tom power (+48V) on/off (from V1.05)
A "USE ENCODER-ON AS +48V" option has been added
to the PREFERENCE 1 screen. If this option is on, and HA
(head amp input sensitivity) is selected as the encoder
mode, you can use the ENCODER [ON] key located above
each encoder to turn phantom power supply (+48V) on/off.
Switch parameter value indication on/
off in the Name display (from V1.05)
A "CHANNEL NAME NUMERIC DISPLAY" field has been
added to the PREFERENCE 2 screen. In V1.04 and earlier,
operating the fader or encoder (pan setting) of each chan-
nel caused the name display to show the value of that
parameter. In V1.05 and later, turning the "ENCODER
VALUE" and "FADER VALUE" options off will prevent the
respective parameter value from appearing when you oper-
ate the fader or encoder.
Select the monitor source from the
panel (from V1.05)
When selecting a monitor source from the panel in V1.04 or
earlier, you could simultaneously select one source from
[2TR A1]–[2TR D3] or [DEFINE] and one source from
[STEREO A]/[STEREO B] (including LCR), for a maxi-
mum total of two sources. In V1.05 and later, turning on
one key will turn off the other keys, allowing you to select a
single monitor source more rapidly. If you want to select
two sources simultaneously (as in V1.04 and earlier), press
the corresponding panel keys simultaneously, or use the
MONITOR screen.
HA follows Recall Safe on/off operations
(from V1.05)
A new SAFE KEY MODE SELECT section has been added
to the RECALL SAFE screen. If you turn on the HA+CH
button, using the [RECALL SAFE] key of the panel or the
RECALL SAFE button in the CH VIEW screen (INPUT
VIEW function) to turn Recall Safe on/off will now also
turn on/off the Recall Safe setting for the HA patched to the
corresponding channel. If the CH button is on, the HA
Recall Safe setting will not be linked.
DCA group name Recall Safe and Selec-
tive Recall can be switched on/off (from
V1.05)
A new WITH NAME button has been added to the DCA
area of the RECALL SAFE screen and SELECTIVE RECALL
screen. This allows you to exclude just the DCA group name
from DCA group Recall Safe and Selective Recall. If the
WITH NAME button is on, Recall Safe and Selective Recall
will apply to the DCA group names of DCA groups for
which these functions are on. If the WITH NAME button is
off, DCA group names are excluded from Recall Safe and
Selective Recall.
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  • Page 1 PM5D V1.12 Supplementary Manual PM5D system software V1.12 includes the following changes and additions relative to V1.04 (changes up to V1.10 are also included). Use ENCODER [ON] keys to turn phan- HA follows Recall Safe on/off operations tom power (+48V) on/off (from V1.05) (from V1.05)
  • Page 2: Support For Y96K Card

    Y96K will be in the state that was last stored or recalled. • If you recall a scene that produces a major change in the DME64N/24N version (from V1.12) settings of the Y96K, the settings of the Y96K will change In order to use the DME CONTROL functionality, the several seconds after recall occurs on the PM5D.
  • Page 3 However, scene data created on a system running V1.04 or earlier can be loaded into a system running V1.10 or later. In this case, the Y96K settings will remain as they were prior to loading. If you save this data on a system running V1.10 or later, the data size will increase by the amount required for Y96K support.
  • Page 4 U.R.G., Pro Audio & Digital Musical Instrument Division, Yamaha Corporation © 2004 Yamaha Corporation...

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