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PM1D System Software Version 2
Supplementary Manual
This supplementary manual primarily describes the additional and modified func-
tions that have been incorporated into PM1D System Software version 2.0.
Please read this manual in conjunction with the original manual that came with
■ Main changes ..................................... 2
Auto Gain Adjustment function ......................2
VCM Effects available .....................................3
screen .........................................................3
Libraries.............................................. 5
in the TC EVENT screen...............................5
operation ....................................................6
Safe channel settings...................................7
Additional preset scenes .................................7
libraries .......................................................7
New FADER VIEW screen ................................8
Clock on the meter bridge .............................8
Displaying the GEQ routings ..........................8
Displaying the GR meters ...............................9
your Yamaha PM1D digital audio mixing system.

Table of Contents

■ Other changes.................................. 10
switches ................................................... 11
and TALKBACK screens............................. 13
from the DSP1D ....................................... 13
Global Paste function ............................... 14
screen ...................................................... 14
Support for the MY8-DA96 card .................. 14
Compatibility of created data ...................... 14
■ Appendix .......................................... 15
Scene Memory Preset List ............................ 15
VCM Effect Parameter List............................ 18
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  • Page 1: Table Of Contents

    This supplementary manual primarily describes the additional and modified func- tions that have been incorporated into PM1D System Software version 2.0. Please read this manual in conjunction with the original manual that came with your Yamaha PM1D digital audio mixing system. Table of Contents ■ Main changes ........2 ■...
  • Page 2: Main Changes

    ■ Switching the Auto Gain Adjustment Connecting the PM1D Manager and a Yamaha digital mixing console (DM2000, 02R96, or DM1000) via USB enables you to function on and off remotely control the PM1D system from the digital mixing 1.
  • Page 3: Vcm Effects Available

    VCM effects Available GEQ effects — — EFFECT 1–8 GEQ 1–24 Various effects sold as Add-On Effects packages for Yamaha EFFECT 1 EFFECT 2–8 GEQ 1–22 digital mixing consoles (such as DM2000) are now included as EFFECT 1–2 EFFECT 3–8 GEQ 1–20...
  • Page 4 ■ Moving the channels in the CH COPY ■ Moving the channels from the top panel screen 1. Press the [SEL] switches to select the input chan- nels you wish to move. 1. Display the CH COPY screen for the IN CH View or OUT CH View function.
  • Page 5: Changes In Scene Memories And Libraries

    Changes in Scene Memories and Libraries 2 EVENT TRIGGER Expanding the Event Recall function in This column indicates the way in which each event is the TC EVENT screen recalled. Click the button to display the TC EVENT pop-up In the TC EVENT screen, you can now register scenes in the window, then click one of the following three buttons to order of use, so that these scenes can be recalled manually, or select the recall condition.
  • Page 6: Overwriting Libraries During The Auto Store Operation

    3 SCENE MEMORY Overwriting libraries during the Auto These are the number and title of the scene to be recalled. Store operation Click the button to display the TC EVENT pop-up window, then click the number of a scene to select it. When you store scenes using the Auto Store function, you can now select an unused library or the original library as the ini- tial store destination.
  • Page 7: Unit Settings Can Be Included In The Recall Safe Channel Settings

    Unit settings can be included in the Additional preset scenes Recall Safe channel settings Factory-shipped preset scenes 00.0 – 00.9 in the scene memory were reviewed and replaced with more practical scenes. For You can globally apply the Recall Safe function to settings for details, please refer to the “Scene Memory Preset List”...
  • Page 8: Changes And Additions Of Screens

    Changes and additions of screens New FADER VIEW screen Clock on the meter bridge The FADER VIEW screen has been added to the IN CH View The TIME CODE indicator on the meter bridge block can now function and OUT CH View function. display the current time.
  • Page 9: Displaying The Gr Meters

    Displaying the GR meters 4 Pair icon The INPUT GR screen and OUTPUT GR screen have been added to the Meter function. These screens display the gain reduction meters for Input channel gates and compressors, and Output channel compressors. This icon indicates the pairing status of two adjacent odd- numbered/even-numbered channels.
  • Page 10: Other Changes

    Other changes be saved or loaded. If you want to change the save/load Filtering during save or load opera- destination numbers, click the [ ] buttons at the tions left and right of the starting number box or use the [DATA] encoder.
  • Page 11: Direct Output Just Before The Hpf

    Direct output just before the HPF Additional functions for the USER DEFINE switches The signal can be now directly output just before the Input channel HPF. You can also adjust the direct output level. More functions are available that can be assigned to the USER DEFINED [1]–[8] switches.
  • Page 12: Inserting Midi Events From The Event List

    When you click a box in which a hexadecimal value has been Inserting MIDI events from the event list input, the range of values that can be interpreted as a valid MIDI message (including that box) will turn red. The lower In addition to entering hexadecimal values, you can also spec- part of the window displays the MIDI channel (MIDI CH), ify MIDI events for scene recall by entering the desired MIDI...
  • Page 13: Clear All Button Added To The Oscillator And Talkback Screens

    • You can follow the steps below to set the DELAY TIME using the Outputting the MONITOR and CUE SCENE STORE (or SCENE TITLE EDIT) pop-up window. 1. Move the cursor to the COMMENT/MIDI EVENT section, signals from the DSP1D then click the EVENT CODE SET button.
  • Page 14: No Limitation In Multiple Selections For The Global Paste Function

    No limitation in multiple selections for the Global Paste function In the previous software version, the Global Paste function enabled you to select up to 100 scenes at a time. However, this limitation has been removed. However, if you select 101 or more scenes to paste, you will not be able to use the Undo function.
  • Page 15: Appendix

    Appendix Scene # Title Scene Memory Preset List 00.3 FoH & Mon This preset covers the front of house and monitor on a single console. Scene # Title The latter half of the mix is regarded as the monitor send, and the GEQ 00.1 Front of House is inserted for Wedge monitoring.
  • Page 16 Scene # Title Scene # Title 00.4 In Ear Monitor 00.6 OB Truck This preset simulates an in-ear monitoring mix. It is a highly practical This preset simulates a scene for an outside broadcasting truck or van. preset, typical of the PM1D, with in-ear monitor and Wedge monitor It features the HPF setting that is very practical for broadcasting appli- categorized into Output DCA for emergency use.
  • Page 17: Live Recording

    Scene # Title Scene # Title 00.7 Theatre 00.9 Live Recording This preset simulates a theatrical mix scene. It features the default set- This preset simulates a live recording application. MIX1-48 are set to tings for L-C-R panning. Fix, and sent to the recorder. Each channel’s direct out also features settings appropriate for recording.
  • Page 18: Vcm Effect Parameter List

    076: COMP276S VCM Effect Parameter List This effect emulates the characteristics of analog compressors that are widely used in recording studios. It produces a thick, strong frame 072: REV-X HALL, 073: REV-X ROOM, sound suitable for drums and bass. You can link and control the L and 074: REV-X PLATE R channel parameters.
  • Page 19 078: COMP260S 080: OPENDECK This effect emulates the characteristics of mid 70’s compressors/limit- It emulates the tape compression created by two open reel tape record- ers that are the standard for live SR. You can link and control the L and ers (a recording deck and a playback deck.) You can change the sound R channel parameters.
  • Page 20 U.R.G., Pro Audio & Digital Musical Instrument Division, Yamaha Corporation © 2005 Yamaha Corporation WF52680 406IPAPx.x-01A0 Printed in Japan...
  • Page 21 PM1D V2.0 System Block Diagram (CS1DV2, DSP1D, AI8, AO8, DIO8) from PRE ATT. from PRE EQ +48V CH 1(-48) from PRE EQ to OUTPUT PATCH DE-EMPHASIS from INPUT PATCH STEREO A from PRE FADER METER +48V PHANTOM (-96) CH 1 A INSERT OUT 1(-48) (-96) to METER...
  • Page 22 PM1D System V2.0 Level Diagram Analog Analog Digital Digital (LMY4-DA,CS1D) (LMY2-ML) UNIT DSP1D DSP1D UNIT Analog Digital GAIN DIGITAL PHASE PATCH ATT. GATE COMP DELAY LEVEL PAN/SEND COMP DELAY MASTER MASTER PATCH DITHER Analog GAIN EMPHASIS DECODE LEVEL LEVEL Adder LEVEL LEVEL dBFS...

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