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PM1D System Software V1.6
Supplementary Manual
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  • Page 1 PM1D System Software V1.6 Supplementary Manual...
  • Page 2 PM1D System Software V1.6 Supplementary Manual Copyright Copying or distributing this manual in part or in whole using any method without the written permission of Yamaha Corporation is prohibited. Trademarks Company names and product names are trademarks and registered trademarks of their respective owners.
  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Contents Contents Additions and changes in V1.6 ... . 4 File transfer mode ..... .47 Improvements to functions that were added Additional preference items .
  • Page 4: Additions And Changes In V1.6

    V1.6. Please use this manual in conjunction with the existing manuals. * In cases where the console (CS1D) display differs from the screen of the PM1D Manager application program, expla- nations that apply only to the PM1D Manager are distinguished by an indication of [PM1D Manager].
  • Page 5: Improvements To Functions That Were Added

    Improvements to functions that were added in V1.5 Improvements to functions that were added in V1.5 The following improvements have been made to the new functions that were added in V1.5. Panel Assign in the ST IN block In V1.5, a PANEL ASSIGN screen was added to the UTILITY function, allowing the combination of input channels and ST IN channels reflected in the panel to be specified for each individual block.
  • Page 6 PM1D System Software V1.6 Supplementary Manual However for ST IN channels, the combinations that could be assigned to the panel were limited to the following four possibilities. The four combinations that were possible in V1.5 ST IN ST IN ST IN...
  • Page 7: Panel Display Of The Unit Name

    Improvements to functions that were added in V1.5 Panel display of the unit name In V1.5, the UNIT NAME screen added to the SYS/W.CLOCK function allowed you to assign a name to each port of each input/output unit or card. In addition, if you turned on the UNIT NAME button in the NAME MODE area at the bot- tom of the screen, the name of the port assigned to that channel would be displayed instead of the short name of the input channel shown in the screen.
  • Page 8: Channel Name Area Added To The Eq Ch And Lcr Screens

    PM1D System Software V1.6 Supplementary Manual Channel name area added to the EQ CH and LCR screens An area that displays the channel name of each channel has been added to the EQ CH screens (CH 1-24, CH 25-48, CH 49-72, CH 73-96, ST IN 1-8) of the IN EQ function and to the LCR screen of the PAN/ROUTING function.
  • Page 9: Dca Auto Naming Function

    DCA Auto Naming function DCA Auto Naming function Normally, the DCA [NAME] indicator in the DCA GROUP block will display the name assigned to each DCA group. DCA name In V1.6, the channel names of the last-assigned two channels can also be displayed in the DCA [NAME] indi- cator.
  • Page 10 PM1D System Software V1.6 Supplementary Manual 2. In the LIST SELECT area ( 1 ), move the cursor to The Auto Naming function is now enabled for the corresponding DCA group. At this time, the DCA the DCA button and press the [ENTER] switch.
  • Page 11: Input Channel Auto Naming Function

    Input Channel Auto Naming function Input Channel Auto Naming function As explained earlier, V1.5 added the capability of displaying the channel name or port name in the INPUT [NAME] indicator of the INPUT block. However if necessary, it is also possible to specify that the patched port name be always displayed as the input channel name for only a specific input channel.
  • Page 12 PM1D System Software V1.6 Supplementary Manual Hint If a PS/2 keyboard is connected to the CS1D, you can also type Ctrl + U to input the highlighted “U” character. (As a shortcut, you can hold down the Ctrl key and type the first character of the button name in the character palette.)
  • Page 13: Pan Nominal Position

    Pan Nominal Position Pan Nominal Position Normally if a signal sent from an input channel to the stereo bus is panned to the far-left or far-right position, the level will increase by +3 dB compared to when the signal is panned to the center. This is done so that a constant volume (energy) will be output whether the signal is mono or stereo;...
  • Page 14: Dca Unity

    PM1D System Software V1.6 Supplementary Manual DCA Unity When cue-monitoring a DCA group, it is now possible to always monitor the unity-level signal. In previous versions, even when you pressed the DCA [CUE] switch, you could not monitor the signal of a DCA group whose DCA fader was lowered or whose DCA [MUTE] switch was on.
  • Page 15: Scene Link Event

    Scene Link Event Scene Link Event You can now cause a string of MIDI events to be output from the desired MIDI OUT connector when a spe- cific scene is recalled. (This is called the “Scene Link Event” function.) By using this function to pre-program MIDI events for each scene, you can modify the internal settings of an external device when that scene is recalled, or automatically start the transport of an external device.
  • Page 16 If a PS/2 keyboard is connected to the CS1D, you The PM1D system is in no way aware whether the can also type Ctrl + E to input the highlighted “M” character. (As a shortcut, you can hold down the MIDI message you input is a valid one.
  • Page 17 Scene Link Event It is possible to input two or more messages, as long as the total stays within 32 bytes. However you should be aware that, depending on the type of message, the receiving device may not be able to process MIDI events received in immediate succession.
  • Page 18: Selective Recall

    PM1D System Software V1.6 Supplementary Manual Selective Recall In V1.6 you can restrict the parameters/channels that will be recalled when a specific scene is recalled, or con- versely specify parameters/channels that will be excluded from the recall operation for a specific scene. (This function is called “Selective Recall.”)
  • Page 19 Selective Recall 4 RECALL PARAMETER SELECT button Hint SAFE PARAMETER SELECT button Each time you switch between the RECALL PARAM- This button selects the parameter that will be ETER button and the SAFE PARAMETER button, affected. The function of this button will change the settings in the screen will be initialized as follows.
  • Page 20 PM1D System Software V1.6 Supplementary Manual If SAFE PARAMETER is on If you set the SELECTIVE RECALL ENABLE/ These buttons select the parameters that will be DISABLE button to ENABLE, and store a scene excluded from recall operations. in which all channels/all parameters are excluded...
  • Page 21: Extended Functionality For Recall Safe

    Extended functionality for Recall Safe Extended functionality for Recall Safe The Recall Safe function of prior versions has been extended as follows. Recall Safe is now possible for compressor and gate Compressor and gate have been added to the parameters for which you can make Recall Safe settings. Accordingly, the SCENE function RECALL SAFE screen has been redesigned as follows.
  • Page 22: Clear Library

    PM1D System Software V1.6 Supplementary Manual Clear Library A CLEAR button has been added to each library screen, allowing you to erase a library as desired. CLEAR button In previous versions, a library that was once stored could not be erased except by overwriting onto it. How- ever in V1.6, you can select a library in the list that you want to erase, and then click the CLEAR button to...
  • Page 23: Extended Functionality For The Attenuators

    Extended functionality for the attenuators Extended functionality for the attenuators The functionality of the input channel attenuators has been expanded to allow cut/boost in a range of –96 to +24 dB. In previous versions, leaving a large margin in the analog domain for an input channel sometimes caused a situation in which sufficient input level could not be obtained even with the fader raised all the way.
  • Page 24: Global Channel Copy

    PM1D System Software V1.6 Supplementary Manual Global Channel Copy Now you can choose desired parameters from the currently selected channel, and copy them to multiple channels of the same type in a single operation. This function is called “Global Channel Copy.”...
  • Page 25: Using The Global Channel Copy Function

    Global Channel Copy 1 SEL (select the copy-source channel) 4 WITHOUT MIX SEND/WITH MIX SEND button Selects the copy-source channel. The procedure is the (only in the OUT CH VIEW function CH COPY same as for the identically-named button in CH screen) VIEW.
  • Page 26 PM1D System Software V1.6 Supplementary Manual OUT CH VIEW function CH COPY screen WITHOUT MIX SEND button If this button is on, the send level of signals sent from each input channel to the corresponding MIX bus will not be copied.
  • Page 27: Input Meter Bridge

    Input Meter Bridge Input Meter Bridge The meter bridge can now display the levels of input channels and ST IN channels. The display can be switched from within the screen or from the panel. A METER BRIDGE area has been added to all screens of the METER function, allowing you to switch the meter bridge display.
  • Page 28: Fixed Ch Mode

    PM1D Manager is not able to display input channel levels in the meter bridge. However, the PEAK HOLD button of PM1D Manager will change to “IN PEAK HOLD” or “OUT PEAK HOLD” just as in the CS1D screen.
  • Page 29 Input Meter Bridge You can also hold down the top panel [SHIFT] switch and press the METER section METER SHIFT SELECT [MIX 25-48] switch to make the meter bridge show the input levels of the input channels. In this case as well, only the METER SELECT [MIX 25- 48] switch will blink, and the above button will automatically be turned on.
  • Page 30 PM1D System Software V1.6 Supplementary Manual button When this button is on, the twenty-four meters at the right of center will display the levels of ST IN 1–8 in the loca- tions shown in the following diagram. While this button is on, the ST IN 1–8 levels will always be displayed in the same location, even in FOLLOW PANEL mode.
  • Page 31: Follow Panel Mode

    Input Meter Bridge FOLLOW PANEL mode When the FOLLOW PANEL button is on, the combination of input channels displayed in the meter bridge will vary depending on the type of input channels that are currently assigned to the INPUT blocks. FOLLOW PANEL button is on Selectable combination Use the following buttons to select the combination that will be displayed.
  • Page 32 PM1D System Software V1.6 Supplementary Manual You can also hold down the top panel [SHIFT] switch and press the METER section METER SHIFT SELECT [MIX 25-48] switch or [MATRIX 1-24] switch to make the meter bridge show the input lev- els of the input channels.
  • Page 33: Parameter Lock/console Lock

    Parameter Lock/Console Lock Parameter Lock/Console Lock In V1.6, the user can specify a password, and disable changes in specified parameters (Parameter Lock) or prohibit console operations (Console Lock) until the correct password is input. This function is a convenient way to prevent an unauthorized third party from tampering with the console while the engineer is resting. There are two types of password;...
  • Page 34: Setting The System Password/console

    PM1D System Software V1.6 Supplementary Manual 5 CONSOLE PASSWORD This specifies the password for the individual con- sole. When using DUAL CONSOLE mode, this pass- word can be specified individually for each console. 6 CONSOLE LOCK 4 LOCK PARAMETER SELECT This button locks the console.
  • Page 35: Parameter Lock

    Parameter Lock/Console Lock 5. Click the OK button. Please be aware that if you forget the system pass- The popup window will close, you will return to the word, the only way to unlock the system is to ini- previous screen, and the new password will take tialize the memory.
  • Page 36: Console Lock

    PM1D System Software V1.6 Supplementary Manual Console Lock There are two ways to set/defeat Console Lock; by using the System Password or by using the Console Password. The two methods are the same in that you are disabling/enabling operations on the currently-operated console. However while the console password will be reset when you turn power off and on again, the system password will not be reset until you initialize the memory.
  • Page 37: Surround Panning

    Surround panning Surround panning Surround panning between multiple output channels is now possible; something that could not be done using the LR PAN of previous versions. To move the sound image, you can use the track pad, mouse, CURSOR [√]/[®]/[ ]/[ ] switches, panel encoders, or MIDI control change messages.
  • Page 38 PM1D System Software V1.6 Supplementary Manual 5.1ch This mode uses six channels; L (front left), C (front center), R (front right), Ls (rear left), Rs (rear right), and LFE (subwoofer). LFE (subwoofer) L (front left) C (front center) R (front right)
  • Page 39 Surround panning If surround mode = 6.1ch 7 DIVERGENCE These parameters specify the balance (0–100) at which a signal panned to the center will be sent to the center buses (C, S, Bs) and the left/right buses (L, R, Ls, Rs). With a setting of 0, the signal will be sent only to the left/right buses.
  • Page 40: Mode

    Internal settings and operation in surround mode When either 3-1ch, 5.1ch, or 6.1ch is selected as the surround mode in the SURR PRM screen, the internal settings and operation of the PM1D system will change as follows. Surround buses MIX buses 17–24 will be switched to operate as dedicated surround buses. The following surround channels will be assigned to MIX buses 17–24 according to the currently selected surround mode.
  • Page 41 Surround panning SELECTED INPUT CHANNEL block In the SELECTED INPUT CHANNEL block MIX SEND section, the illumination of MIX SEND [NAME] indicators 17– 24 and the movement of MIX SEND [LEVEL/PAN] encoders 17–24 will change as follows, according to the currently selected surround mode.
  • Page 42 PM1D System Software V1.6 Supplementary Manual MIX SEND [ON] switches 17–24 turn on/off the While a surround mode is active, MIX SEND signals that are sent from an input channel to the [PRE] switches 17–24 cannot be operated (they corresponding surround bus. (Buses not used by are fixed at Post).
  • Page 43: Making Surround Pan Settings

    Surround panning Making surround pan settings Here’s how to select a surround mode and make surround pan settings for the desired two adjacent channels. 1. According to the surround mode that you wish to In this state, you can press the CURSOR [√]/[®] switches to move the surround panning in the left/ use, connect an appropriate playback system to the right direction, or press the CURSOR [ ]/[ ]...
  • Page 44 If the surround mode is 3-1ch or 5.1ch, use the knob Hint in the DIVERGENCE area of the screen to set the For details on using control changes, refer to “PM1D center divergence. (Alternatively, you can operate System Software V1.5 Supplementary Manual” p.71.
  • Page 45: Cautions Regarding Surround Pan

    Surround panning Cautions regarding surround pan Cautions and limitations regarding the use of surround pan are explained below. Scene recall operations Global paste The surround mode setting is saved in the scene. When using the Global Paste function while sur- round mode is active, the MIX SEND 17–24 but- If you recall a scene that has a differing surround tons in the GLOBAL PASTE screen PARAMETER...
  • Page 46: Multi-band Dynamics Processor

    PM1D System Software V1.6 Supplementary Manual Multi-band dynamics processor A multi-band dynamics processor that includes an independent compressor and limiter for each of the three bands low, mid, and high has been added as an effect type for the internal effects.
  • Page 47: File Transfer Mode

    File transfer mode File transfer mode In previous versions, the only way to transfer data between the CS1D and a computer in which PM1D Man- ager is installed was to load/save the data using a PCMCIA card. However in V1.6, data edited on your computer can be uploaded to the console, and console settings includ- ing scenes can be downloaded to the PM1D.
  • Page 48: Additional Preference Items

    PM1D System Software V1.6 Supplementary Manual Additional preference items The following additions and changes have been made to the UTILITY function PREFERENCE screen. PROHIBIT DCA ASSIGN ON SELECTED CH Changes in the AUTO DISPLAY ON/OFF area BLOCK The following changes have been made in the AUTO DISPLAY ON/OFF area.
  • Page 49: Preset Effects Programs (added In V1.6)

    Preset Effects Programs (added in V1.6) Preset Effects Programs (added in V1.6) • Basic effect programs Dynamic Effects Title Type Description MULTI BAND DYNA. Multi-band dynamics processor Multi Band Dyna. Effects Parameters (added in V1.6) • MULTI BAND DYNA. [Type: STEREO] Parameter Range Description...
  • Page 50: Change Table

    PM1D System Software V1.6 Supplementary Manual Scene Memory/Effect Library to Program Change Table Please refer to page 35 in the appendix of the CS1D Reference Manual (Appendices). MIDI control change NRPN (Non Registered Parameter Number) assignment table INPUT (NRPN LSB 0-111 : CH NUMBER1-96,...
  • Page 51 MIDI control change NRPN (Non Registered Parameter Number) assignment table MATRIX (NRPN LSB 0-23,24-47,48-71,72- ST MASTER (NRPN LSB EVEN,ODD : STE- 95 : MATRIX1-24) REO MASTER A,B) NRPN NRPN Parameter name Parameter name ON/OFF 0-23 ON/OFF FADER 24-47 FADER BALANCE 48-71 BALANCE RECALL SAFE ON/OFF...
  • Page 52 PM1D System Software V1.6 Supplementary Manual DCA (NRPN LSB 0-11,12-23 : DCA1-12) GEQ (NRPN LSB 0-23,24-47,48-71,72-95,96- 119 : GEQ1-24) NRPN Parameter name NRPN Parameter name DCA FADER(0-11) 0-11 GEQ ON/OFF 0-23 DCA MUTE(12-23) 12-23 NOTCH1 ON/OFF 24-47 EFFECT (NRPN LSB 0-7,8-15,16-23,24-31,32-...
  • Page 53: Midi Data Format

    MIDI Data Format MIDI Data Format 1. TRANSMIT/RECEIVE DATA Otherwise, INT ( MIDI data - Z ) / X ) = parameter 1.1 CHANNEL MESSAGE Transmission: If parameter = 0, then MIDI data = 0 1.1.1 CONTROL CHANGE (Bn) BANK SELECT If parameter = MAX, then MIDI data = (127 or 16383 in the case of <Reception>...
  • Page 54 PM1D System Software V1.6 Supplementary Manual 1.2 EXCLUSIVE MESSAGE (F0-F7) 3. RECEIVE CONDITION 1.2.1 MOTION CONTROL STATE (MCS) BANK ON MMC STOP/PLAY/FORWARD/REWIND CONTROL CHANGE BANK SELECT $BnH NRPN Rx ON <Transmission> CONTROL CHANGE NRPN $BnH MIDI Rx CH? These messages are transmitted by assignment to USER DEFINE or SYSTEM EXCLUSIVE GPI.
  • Page 55 1:RECALL SAFE INPUT ALL ON, GROUP ID 00111110 MODEL ID(digital mixer) 2:RECALL SAFE INPUT ALL OFF, MODEL ID 00001001 Device code(PM1D) 3:RECALL SAFE OUTPUT ALL ON, PARAM TYPE 00000000 Current Memory 4:RECALL SAFE OUTPUT ALL OFF DATA 0ttttttt data type...
  • Page 56 Yamaha Manual Library http://www2.yamaha.co.jp/manual/english/ M.D.G., Pro Audio & Digital Musical Instrument Division, Yamaha Corporation © 2003 Yamaha Corporation IP01A0...

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