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What is mLAN Driver / mLAN Tools? The mLAN Driver / mLAN Tools enable you to use various mLAN devices such as 01X, i88X, mLAN16E and MY16-mLAN connected to your computer via an IEEE1394 cable. The following items are included in the mLAN Driver / mLAN Tools.
• The system requirements below may differ slightly depending on the particular operating system. • For details on system requirements for other DAW software, refer to the respective owner’s manual. • For information about the system requirements and latest information of mLAN Driver/mLAN Tools, check the web site below. http://www.yamahasynth.com/ Mac OS X 10.4 or later...
Please check with the hardware manufacturer as to whether or not: 1) your mLAN device supports Mac OS X 10.4 or later (10.4.4 or later on an Intel-based Mac), 2) it can be used with mLAN Driver / mLAN Tools, and 3) its ﬁrmware must be updated. Informa- tion on supported products requiring the ﬁrmware update can be found on http://www.mlancentral.com.
Starting up the Installer After the downloaded compressed ﬁle is properly extracted, double-click the “mLAN Tools.mpkg” ﬁle. • If the computer OS does not satisfy the system requirements, the dialog box appears indicating that this software cannot be installed on your computer.
Graphic Patchbay instead of mLAN Auto Connector. For more information on mLAN Graphic Patchbay, see page • Do not use mLAN Auto Connector and mLAN Graphic Patchbay at the same time. If you attempt to do so, the later booting application will be unable to recognize any mLAN devices.
• For information about the available Sample Rate, please refer to the manual for your mLAN device. • When connecting the multiple mLAN devices, only the Sample Rates supported by all the mLAN devices can be selected. When using Yamaha 01X (44100, 48000, 88200 and 96000) and Presonus FIREstation (44100 and 48000), only 44100 and 48000 can be selected.
When setting the Input Channels to “8 Channels” and setting the Enable Monitoring Channels to “On” with the 01X, Channels 1 – 8 of audio signals from the computer will be connected to the mLAN Input channels 1 – 8 (Input 9 – 16) of the 01X and channels 9 and 10 of audio signals from the computer will be connected to the mLAN Stereo In (Monitor In) of the 01X.
Auto Connector (without the speciﬁc operation like “Connect to Mac”). • The connection setup in the mLAN Auto Connector will be saved (or overwritten) automatically as the two ﬁles listed below. These ﬁles can be deleted if you want to set up connection from scratch.
• If the computer enters an energy saving mode (sleep or suspend mode) while connected to the mLAN device, the Factory Set may not work prop- erly. If such a case occurs, restart the computer, start the mLAN Auto Connector, execute the Connect to Mac function then execute Factory Set again.
For details on instructions about setup, refer to the manual of mLAN Graphic Patchbay you can call up from “Help: Manual” menu. • Do not use mLAN Auto Connector and mLAN Graphic Patchbay at the same time. If you attempt to do so, the later booting application will be unable to recognize any mLAN devices.
MIDI OUT ports. The MIDI ports are named “01X:1, 01X:1, ..” • If updating the mLAN Tools from an older version, it may occur that the previous “mLAN Network” may be dimmed and the separate new “mLAN Network” may appear. If such a case occurs, remove the dimmed “mLAN Network.”...
Yamaha i88X: Add one new external device and connect it to the mLAN Driver. Yamaha mLAN16E (MOTIF ES/S90ES): Add four new external devices and connect them to the mLAN Driver. Yamaha MY16-mLAN: Add one new external device and connect it to the mLAN Driver.
In the [Audio Input] and [Audio Output] ﬁelds, the current audio settings are shown. • By selecting “mLAN Network” for [Default Output] in System Settings, you can output audio signals of the system sound and audio player software (e.g., iTunes, etc,.) from the mLAN device.
Yamaha MY16-mLAN provides the “01V” mode and “Other” mode. When using the 01V to which the MY16-mLAN installed, make sure to set the MY16-mLAN to “01V” mode. For instructions, refer to the Owner’s Manual of the MY16- mLAN. When using any other devices (such as DM2000, DM1000. 02R96, and 01V96), set the MY16-mLAN to the “Other”...
Uninstalling the Software To uninstall mLAN Driver / mLAN Tools, you must remove the following folders and ﬁles from the boot disk (usually Macintosh HD). /Application /mLAN Tools/ /System/Library/Extensions/Yamaha1394AudioDriver.kext /System/Library/Frameworks/mLANEnablerFramework.framework /System/Library/Frameworks/mLANQtFramework.framework /Library/Application Support/mLAN/ /Library/Audio/MIDI Drivers/Yamaha1394MIDI.plugin /Library/Receipts/1394AudioDriver.pkg /Library/Receipts/1394MIDIPlugIn.pkg /Library/Receipts/mLANEnablerFramework.pkg /Library/Receipts/mLANQt.pkg /Library/Receipts/mLANAutoConnector.pkg /Library/Receipts/mLANGraphicPatchbay.pkg...
• Make sure that your computer satisﬁes the system requirements. Refer to “System Requirements” (page • If you are not using mLAN Driver, you can reduce the load on the computer by disabling mLAN Auto Connector or mLAN Graphic Patchbay. Refer to pages 7 and 12.
(only mLAN device → computer or only computer → mLAN device) may result in improper playback. Connecting the mLAN device • Make sure that the FireWire cable is connected properly, and that the power to the mLAN device has been turned on. Disconnect the FireWire cable once, then insert it again.