AW4416 Version 2.0 Manual Supplement This manual supplement explains the functions and speciﬁcations that have been added or changed in version 2.0 of the AW4416’s sys- tem software. “Operation” explains how to use the new functionality, and “Reference” provides detailed explanations of all items in the pages that were added.
Operation Extensions to the Quick Rec function The Quick Rec screen now has two pages: Quick Rec To change the input source that is assigned 1 and Quick Rec 2. Operations corresponding to what to an input channel, move the cursor to...
Tip! • You may perform steps 3 and 4 in reverse order. • It is also possible to connect the direct output of the To execute the Quick Rec function, move same channel to multiple tracks. However, it is not...
ﬁeld allowing you to specify the scene number will function of the [SHIFT] key located at the left of appear at the right of the function list. Move the cur- the display will not be affected.) sor to this area, and use the [DATA/JOG] dial to spec- If you turn the CTRL button on, you will be able ify the scene number.
Internal AW4416 settings can now be output via MIDI. A “MIDI Remote” function has been added, allow- ing you to use faders 1–16 and [ON] keys 1–16 to control external MIDI devices. As an MTC output destination, you can now select...
Tip! tion. If the BULK RX button is on, the AW4416 In order to use MMC, the device ID of the AW4416 will be able to receive bulk dump data and mes- and the external MIDI device must match. The device sages requesting a bulk dump (bulk dump ID of the AW4416 is speciﬁed by the MMC DEVICE...
In this page, signal routes along which MIDI messages TO HOST ﬂow are shown by a solid line ( | ), and signal routes along which MIDI messages do not ﬂow are shown by Set the transmission speed of the TO HOST con- a hollow line ( || ).
The MIDI screen CTL Asgn. page added in ver- sion 2.0 will appear. In this page you can assign For the available parameters and values, refer to AW4416 internal parameters to control change page 28.
MIDI channel to the same setting. sion/reception port for MIDI messages, and that • If the CONTROL CHANGE area OMNI button is “OUT” is selected as the function of the MIDI THRU/ turned ON, control changes of all MIDI channels OUT connector.
Make sure that “MIDI” is selected as the transmis- sion/reception port for MIDI messages, and that changes from the MIDI sequencer are received “OUT” is selected as the function of the MIDI THRU/ by the AW4416, the corresponding parameter OUT connector.
If you select a category from the right column of buttons (SCENE MEM.–REMOTE), move the cur- sor to the column at the far right, and turn the [DATA/JOG] dial to select the content within that category that will be transmitted.
[ON] key on (lit) will transmit control change #64 When all bulk data has been received, the corre- with a value of 127 (Hold On), and turning it off (dark) sponding settings and/or libraries will be will transmit control change #64 with a value of 0 updated.
ﬁxed value is transmitted only when the [ON] the REMOTE screen. key is turned on (lit). For example if you assign a pro- gram change #1 message, the corresponding program change message will be transmitted each time you turn the [ON] key on.
• In the MIDI Setup 1 page, make sure that the ECHO button in the CONTROL CHANGE area is turned off. If the ECHO button is turned on, control changes received from the external device will be re-transmitted back to the external device, causing malfunctions.
• If a MIDI message that is longer than 16 bytes is • If you want to return the settings of the displayed received, only the ﬁrst 16 bytes will be input. In this page to the factory condition, hold down the case, the “END”...
Hold-on message (control change #64 with a value of 127) and Hold-off message (control change #64 with a value of 0) to [ON] key 1 of the Remote A 1-8 page. Connect a sustain pedal to your synthe-...
Hold-off message will be transmit- the MIDI channel, the second is the control num- ted. ber, and the third byte is the actual value of the message. Tip! It is also possible to change the operation of the [ON] key so that the on/off status is switched each time you press the key.
(REMOTE A or REMOTE B) to record additional MIDI Remote operations onto the Remote operations in automix automix. By using this method, you can record up to 32 channels of fader/[ON] key operations. In the AUTOMIX screen Main page, make...
[ENTER] key. The event list will display only the MIDI Remote events (fader operations or [ON] key operations). In this screen, each column of the event list dis- plays the following information. TIME This indicates the time at which the event is recorded, in units of hours/minutes/seconds/mil- liseconds.
In 2 page, press the [AUX8] [F5] key. the I/O card installed in option slot 1, or access the Plug-In 2 page if you want to back up the I/O card installed in option slot 2. The content and operation of the Plug-In 1/Plug-In 2 pages will depend on the type of I/O card that is installed.
At this time you must select a memory bank that con- When an AW4416 scene is recalled (or when a song tains data for an I/O card of the same type as the is loaded), the MEM.BANK 1 settings are automati- restore-destination.
Reference This section explains all functions of the pages that were added in AW4416 version 2.0. QUICK REC screen Quick Rec 2 page Visually patching input sources to tracks Function Individually patch 16 input sources to audio tracks 1–16, and make settings for simulta- neous recording in one operation.
• If the CURRENT/FLAT button is set to FLAT, set- tings will be initialized for all input channels to • You may connect the direct output of a channel to which a patch cable is connected. more than one track. However you cannot connect more than one direct output to the same track.
Switch the test tone oscillator on/off * unctions marked by an asterisk may not be executable depending on the operating state of the AW4416 (for example when the transport is running). In this case, an error message will appear at the bottom of the display.
[F1]–[F5] keys will appear at the bottom of the display. • If the CD-RW drive is not selected in a screen such as CD PLAY or MASTERING, the “CD LOAD” or “CD UNLOAD” function assigned to the [CTRL] key + function key will not be executed.
In the CTRL Asgn. page, holding down the [SHIFT] These are the control change numbers to which key will assign the following function to the [F1] key. parameters can be assigned. Move the cursor to this column, and use the [DATA/JOG] dial to select the control change number (0–95, 102–119) to...
Content AUX 1 SEND Switch the pre-fader/post-fader settings of the signal that is sent from each channel to AUX buses 1–8. Use parameter 2 to specify the bus, and AUX 8 SEND parameter 3 to select the desired channel. PRE/POST INPUT 1–24...
Parameter 1 Parameter 2 Parameter 3 Content Control the parameters of internal effect 1/2. Use parameter 2 to select effect 1 or 2, and use parameter 3 to select the desired effect parameter. EFFECT1 H PARAM 1–15 Parameter number 1–15 for internal effect 1 ... (1) EFFECT1 L PARAM 1–15...
MIDI screen • Default parameters for each control change number PARAMETER CHG. NO ASSIGN NO ASSIGN FADER AUX7 SEND INPUT 16 FADER AUX7 SEND INPUT 1 NO ASSIGN NO ASSIGN BALANCE ST OUT CHANNEL RETURN 2R CHANNEL RETURN 2L CHANNEL...
Bulk Dump tab If you select a SCENE MEM.–REMOTE category, Screen functions move the cursor to the area located at the right of the corresponding button, and turn the [DATA/ CATEGORY JOG] dial to select the content within that cate- Select the type of information that will be transmit- gory that will be transmitted.
[ENTER] key, the bulk data selected in 1 will be transmitted from the MIDI OUT/THRU connector (or TO HOST connector/option slot). Use this when you want to store bulk data on an external device such as a MIDI sequencer or data ﬁler.
MIDI message will not be transmitted. • END ....This indicates the end of the • If a MIDI message is assigned to a fader but “FAD” is MIDI message. When you oper- not speciﬁed within the MIDI message, operating the ate the fader or [ON] key, the fader will not transmit the MIDI message.
MIDI message area (1). By using this appear, allowing you to input the desired name. function, a MIDI message received by the AW4416 can be assigned “as is” (or after being edited) to a LATCH/UNLATCH button fader or [ON] key.
• Default for MIDI remote page Remote A 1–8 [ON] key Fader Channel Name Message Name Message No assignment CH1 VOL Control change #7 (MIDI ch=1) No assignment CH2 VOL Control change #7 (MIDI ch=2) No assignment CH3 VOL Control change #7 (MIDI ch=3)
MIDI screen Additional functions in the Remote A 1-8 – Remote B 9-16 pages In the Remote A 1-8 – Remote B 9-16 pages, holding down the [SHIFT] key will assign the following func- tions to the [F1]–[F5] keys. • [F1] (CHANGE TAB) key Switch between the following two sets of tabs.
Select whether the MIDI IN/OUT connectors of the TO 1.6 MTC master HOST connector will be used for serial transmission. If the MIDI SETUP menu item [MTC] is ON, MTC will be (MTC output data will always be transmitted from the transmitted during playback and recording.
Regardless of the MIDI/HOST setting, the connector will -------------------------+-----+--------------------------------------- function as a THRU connector if the THRU setting is 01 STOP rx/tx Transport stop selected. If you want to use the connector as MIDI OUT, Transport play 02 PLAY the MIDI/HOST setting must be OUT. Transport play...
4.3 CONTROL CHANGE (Bn) < Reception > This message is received if [MTC SYNC] is set to SLAVE. < Reception > Quarter Frame messages received in realtime are inter- This message is received when [Control Change RX] is nally assembled into time code that controls the ON and the [Rx CH] matches.
11110000 F0 System Exclusive Message ID No. 01111111 7F Real Time System Exclusive when the FF key is pressed or when the Shuttle is rotated Device ID 0ddddddd dd Destination (00-7E, 7F:all toward the right to enter Cue mode. call)
11110111 F7 End Of Exclusive ID No. 01111111 7F Real Time System Exclusive The ﬁrst 33 bytes are ID + Protect + Title, and are 7 bit. Device ID 0ddddddd dd Destination (00-7E, 7F:all call) The subsequent 2525 bytes are all divided into 4 bit units.
11110111 F7 End Of Exclusive 00110110 38 DATA NAME 01010011 53 The ﬁrst 16 bytes are the title, and are 7 bit. The subse- 00100000 20 quent 17 bytes are all divided into 4 bit units. 11110111 F7 End Of Exclusive 126.96.36.199 Equalizer Library Bulk Dump Request...
System Exclusive Message ID No. 01000011 43 Manufacturer's ID No. The ﬁrst 12 bytes are the title, and are 7 bit. The subse- (YAMAHA) quent 41 bytes are all divided into 4 bit units. SUB STATUS 0000nnnn 0n n=0-15(MIDI Channel No.1- 188.8.131.52 Patch Library Bulk Dump Request For-...
00100000 20 0xxxxxxx xx block count (low) [0 - 11110111 F7 End Of Exclusive (size-1)] 0xxxxxxx xx total block count (high) 184.108.40.206 Control Change Assign Table Bulk Dump 0xxxxxxx xx total block count (low) Format [size-1] 0ttttttt tt title1 STATUS...
SUB STATUS 0pppnnnn pn p=mode (1:parameter change < Transmission > or response for request If [Parameter Change TX] is ON, this message will be trans- 3:parameter request) mitted on the [Tx CH] MIDI channel when a parameter not n=0-15(Rx Channel No.1-16)
This message will be echoed if [Parameter Change This message will be echoed if [Parameter Change ECHO] is ON. ECHO] is ON and this AW4416 unit did not receive the When this message is received, the speciﬁed parameter message. will be controlled.
Rx only Channel 0-7(INPUT 1-8), 8-23(MONITOR 1-16), 24,25(RTN 1-2/EFF 1-2), 26(st mas) * [0x00: scene recall] is transmitted only when you recall a program that has not been assigned in the [Program change table]. Normally a program change will be trans- mitted.
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