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PM1D System Software V1.4 Supplementary Manual
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  • Page 1 PM1D System Software V1.4 Supplementary Manual...
  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Contents New functionality in system software V1.4 ........3 Digital gain for input channels / insert inputs .
  • Page 3: New Functionality In System Software V1.4

    New functionality in system software V1.4 The following functionality and specifications have been M/S decoding functionality added in version 1.4 of the PM1D system software. “M/S decoding functionality” has been added, allow- ing a two-channel signal input from a MS mic to be...
  • Page 4 PM1D Manager for Windows Operating manual If a digital I/O card (MY card) is assigned If a GEQ output is assigned Digital gain Digital gain Digital gain can be used to adjust the input sensitivity in a range of +10 dB– –20 dB (the knob will not turn any If 2TR IN is assigned further to the right beyond –20 dB).
  • Page 5: Procedure

    Digital gain for input channels/insert inputs If 2TR IN is assigned to an input channel/insert Hint input, the gain settings of the 2TR IN screen and Settings for the digital gain of an input card are saved the HA/INSERT screen will be linked. These set- in the unit library.
  • Page 6: Digital Gain Added To 2tr In

    PM1D Manager for Windows Operating manual Digital gain added to 2TR IN Digital gain has been added to the six 2TR IN inputs, Hint allowing you to adjust the input sensitivity in the digital Digital gain is valid even if ANALOG is selected as domain.
  • Page 7 BALANCE control for input channels/ST IN channels VARI type MIX bus In addition, if the VARI PAN LINK button is on for If a VARI type MIX bus is paired, the PAN parameter of either of these two channels, the MIX bus BAL knob will the MIX bus will change to a BALANCE parameter.
  • Page 8: Procedure

    PM1D Manager for Windows Operating manual When recalling scene data from a scene memory, and Hint the PAN MODE setting of odd-numbered/even- Even if the BALANCE button is on, the signal that is numbered input channels does not match because...
  • Page 9: Temporary Monaural Setting For Paired Input Channels/st In Channels

    Temporary monaural setting for paired input channels/ST IN channels Value of the BALANCE parameter Always lit Always lit Odd-numbered (L) channel Even-numbered (R) channel Temporary monaural setting for paired input channels/ST IN channels The input signal from paired input channels or ST IN When PAN MODE is other than BALANCE channels can now be temporarily converted to monau- INPUT CHANNEL 1...
  • Page 10: Front Panel Operating Procedure

    PM1D Manager for Windows Operating manual Even if L-MONO or R-MONO is selected, you can In previous versions of the system software, it was edit the parameters of the channel that was forced always possible to switch between PAIR and off.
  • Page 11: Screen Operating Procedure

    Temporary monaural setting for paired input channels/ST IN channels The temporary monaural mode will be defeated, and the Hint PAN (BALANCE) will return to the positions specified In order to prevent accidents, it is possible to pro- for the pair. hibit the operator from using the [SEL] switches to The MIX send PAN setting (or BALANCE setting) set/cancel pairing.
  • Page 12 PM1D Manager for Windows Operating manual However, CUE on/off and Recall Safe that are not set Recall Safe will operate according to the pair on/off independently for L and R in a ST IN channel will be setting, regardless of the temporary monaural set- linked or non-linked as a pair, even if LR-MONO is ting.
  • Page 13 Temporary monaural setting for paired input channels/ST IN channels If PAN is changed: BALANCE BALANCE MONO mode • The L channel PAN will be set to far left, and the • BALANCE will be CENTER.* R channel PAN will be set to far right.* PAIR •...
  • Page 14 PM1D Manager for Windows Operating manual Paired LR-MONO LR-MONO Paired • The PAN value of the L/R channels and the PAN MODE setting will be temporarily preserved. • The PAN/BALANCE value of the L/R channels • The L/R channel PAN will be CENTER.* and the PAN MODE will return to the settings •...
  • Page 15: M/s Decoding

    M/S decoding LR-MONO L-MONO LR-MONO R-MONO • The PAN value of the L/R channels and the PAN • The PAN value of the L/R channels and the PAN MODE setting will not change. MODE setting will not change. • PAN to a paired VARI-type MIX bus will also •...
  • Page 16 PM1D Manager for Windows Operating manual 3. Access the PAN/ROUTING function M/S screen. The input unit meter displayed in the INPUT UNIT screen (SYS/W.CLOCK function) PEAK METER UNIT M/S DECODE ATT. PATCH EMPHASIS (PRE A TT .) A headroom margin of approximately 18 dB is maintained before M/S decoding.
  • Page 17: Tracking Recall Function

    Tracking Recall function Tracking Recall function A “Tracking Recall” function has been added, which lets you add a pre-specified offset value to the value of each fader when a scene is recalled. You can use this Tracking Recall function when (for exam- ple) you want to make fine adjustments to the faders of specific channels, so that the specified offset value will automatically be added each time a scene is recalled.
  • Page 18: Procedure

    PM1D Manager for Windows Operating manual Procedure Here's how to use the Tracking Recall function. you may wish to defeat OFFSET LOCK in order to make manual changes in the screen. If you move 1. Access the SCENE function TRACKING RECALL the faders after defeating OFFSET LOCK, the offset screen.
  • Page 19 Tracking Recall function If the OFFSET LOCK button is off for a channel that is channel-copied, the offset value will also be copied. When the power of the CS1D is turned off, and then on once again, the ENABLE button of the TRACKING RECALL area will be turned off for the sake of safety, disabling the Tracking Recall func- tion.
  • Page 20 YAMAHA CORPORATION IP 20 Pro Audio & Digital Musical Instrument Division P.O. Box 3, Hamamatsu, 430-8651, Japan Printed in Japan...

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