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KEY IN CUE button (GATE PRM screen)
Operation will change as follows, depending on the
online/offline state of PM1D Manager and on the
presence or absence of a console.
Offline
Console exists in
the system
Online
Console does not
exist in the system
(*) In order to avoid inconsistencies due to the fact that
the selected channel is not linked between the PC and
console, this will never be displayed on the PC.
SYSTEM CONFIGURATION in screens such as
the SYS/W.CLOCK function SYSTEM CON-
NECTION screen and ENGINE SELECT
Operation will change as follows, depending on the
online/offline state of PM1D Manager and on the
presence or absence of a console.
Offline
Online
For reasons of safety, the above settings will not
be reflected in the connected device even if you
select UPLOAD when initiating the connection.
(Conversely, the setting of the connected device
will be reflected on the PC.)
UNIQUE No. in the SYS/W.CLOCK function
SYSTEM CONNECTION screen
Operation will change as follows, depending on the
online/offline state of PM1D Manager and on the
presence or absence of a console.
Offline
Console exists in
the system
Online
Console does not
exist in the system
DIGITAL I/O connector select button and PC
CONNECTION area in the SYS/W.CLOCK
function SYSTEM CONNECTION screen
These functions are specific to the console, and do
not exist in PM1D Manager.
MUTE MODE buttons in the lower part of the
display / DIRECT RECALL screen / MUTE
GROUP ASSIGN screen
These are not linked with the console in the system,
and can therefore be operated independently.
LOAD/SAVE screen
The number of characters that can be used in a file-
name is eight characters plus the filename extension
(.PM1). If this number of characters is exceeded, the
file cannot be recognized by PM1D Manager, and the
file may not be displayed in the file list. Please be
aware of this if you modify the filename in Windows.
16
Operable
Not displayed. (*)
Operable
Operable
Not operable
Not displayed
Displayed / not setta-
ble
Displayed / settable
Simultaneous use with other serial communi-
cation software such as PM1DLOAD
PM1D Manager cannot be used simultaneously on
the same port as other serial communication soft-
ware such as PM1DLOAD.
Please exit all such software before starting PM1D
Manager.
Simultaneous use with software that uses the
YAMAHA USB-MIDI driver
[Windows 98 / 98SE / Me]
Software (such as sequencers) that uses the MIDI
port cannot be used simultaneously on the same port
with the YAMAHA USB-MIDI Driver. They can be
used simultaneously if they use different ports.
[Windows 2000 / XP]
The Windows 2000 / XP version of the YAMAHA
USB-MIDI driver (currently version 1.61) does not
have multi-client support, so even if a different port
is used, simultaneous use with the drivers of other
software is not possible.
PC connections in a system that includes a
console
If the system includes a console, connections with
the PC are limited in the following ways.
It is not possible to select UPLOAD when initiating
the connection.
When online, the following items cannot be operated
from PM1D Manager. (However, they can be oper-
ated from the console.)
• Load/save operations in the LOAD/SAVE screen
(UTILITY function)
• STORE, TITLE EDIT, and APPLY EDIT button
operations, changes to Scene Link, and Scene
Sort in the MEMORY screen (SCENE function)
• STORE, TITLE EDIT, and APPLY EDIT button
operations in the various libraries
• Startup/viewing/operations in the UNIT,
PATCH, and NAME library popup windows
Hint
If you want to transfer data created on PM1D Man-
ager to the console, store the PM1D Manager settings
on the PC to an ATA compatible PC flash storage
card or CD (Compact Flash) card. You can then
insert this card into the PC ATA STORAGE CARD
SLOT of the console and load the data into the con-
sole.

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