R-BUS Equipment Connection
and Setting Guide 2
In this booklet, connections and parameter settings for R-BUS equipment and other
digital audio systems are introduced. Please refer to the application example which
is similar to the system you wish to construct, and also the "Basic Conditions for
Digital Audio Connection" at the end of this booklet.
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Contents
Important Note Concerning R-BUS Cables ............................................................................................ 3
■ VM-7200/7100
(1) Connecting and synchronizing multiple (six) VSR-880s with the VM-7200/7100 ..................... 4
(2) Connecting one VSR-880 to the VM-7200/7100 ............................................................................... 6
(3) Connecting an ADAT to a VM-7200/7100 and controlling the system with
the VM-C7200/C7100 ................................................................................................................................ 7
(4) Connecting and synchronizing multiple (two) ADATs with
the VM-7200/7100 with word clock ........................................................................................................ 8
(5) Connecting and synchronizing multiple (two) ADATs with the VM-7200/7100....................... 9
(6) Connecting and synchronizing multiple (two) TASCAM DA series recorders with
the VM-7200/7100 with word clock ...................................................................................................... 10
(7) Connecting a TASCAM DA series recorder to the VM-7200/7100 and controlling
the system with the VM-C7200/C7100 ................................................................................................. 12
(8) Connecting and synchronizing multiple (two) TASCAM DA series recorders with
the VM-7200/7100 .................................................................................................................................... 13
(9) Connecting ProTools and two 888 I/Os to the VM-7200/7100 via AES/EBU.......................... 14
(10) Connecting an ADA-7000 to the VM-7200/7100 ......................................................................... 16
(11) Connecting a computer-based recording system to the VM-7200/7100
via ADAT interface .................................................................................................................................. 17
■ VM-3100Pro
(12) Connecting a VSR-880 to the VM-3100Pro.................................................................................... 18
(13) Connecting an ADAT to the VM-3100Pro..................................................................................... 19
(14) Connecting a TASCAM DA series recorder to the VM-3100Pro ............................................... 20
(15) Connecting an ADA-7000 to the VM-3100Pro.............................................................................. 21
(16) Connecting ProTools and the 888 I/O to the VM-3100Pro with AES/EBU ............................ 22
(17) Connecting a computer-based recording system to the VM-3100Pro
via an ADAT interface ............................................................................................................................. 23
■ VSR-880
(18) Connecting an ADAT to the VSR-880............................................................................................ 24
(19) Connecting a TASCAM DA series recorder to the VSR-880 ...................................................... 25
■ VS-2480
(20) Connecting a VSR-880 to the VS-2480............................................................................................ 26
(21) Connecting a XV-5080 to the VS-2480............................................................................................ 27
(22) Connecting a VM-7200/7100 to the VS-2480 with word clock .................................................. 28
(23) Connecting a ADA-7000 to the VS-2480 ........................................................................................ 29
(24) Connecting a AE-7000 to the VS-2480............................................................................................ 29
■ Others
Basic conditions for Digital Audio Connection ................................................................................... 30
2
Important Note Concerning R-BUS Cables
The RBC-5 (5-meters R-BUS cable/discontinued) does not support the use of 64 kHz or higher sampling frequencies.
When using sampling frequencies of 64 kHz or higher, please use the RBC-1(1-meter R-BUS cable) or the RBC-3(3-meters R-BUS
cable).
Operation may be unstable when using the RBC-5 with the DIF-AT or AE-7000.
Use the RBC-1 or the RBC-3 when using these devices.
3
(1) Connecting and synchronizing multiple (six) VSR-880s
with the VM-7200/7100
• Transferring audio via digital connection between multiple VSR-880s and the VM-7200/7100.
• VSR-880 can be controlled with the VM-C7200/7100’s transport buttons such as play and stop.
■ Connection
fig.01
VSR-880 (1st unit)
TC
MIDI OUT
VM-C7200/C7100
S
C
VM-7200/7100
C
S
C
S
C
VM-LINK
S
CASCADE
MIDI THRU
DIGITAL B
(AES/EBU) IN/OUT
or
DIGITAL A IN/OUT
R-BUS
1-8
R-BUS
9-16
VSR-880 (2nd unit)
TC
MIDI THRU
17-24
R-BUS
VSR-880 (3rd unit)
MIDI THRU
DIGITAL IN/OUT
VSR-880 (4th unit)
MIDI IN
MIDI IN
TC
MIDI IN
TC
MIDI IN
DAT Recorder
MIDI IN
TC
MIDI INTERFACE
VM-7200/7100
COMPUTER
(MIDI Sequencer)
MIDI THRU
R-BUS
CASCADE
1-8
S
C
R-BUS
9-16
VSR-880 (5th unit)
S
C
17-24
S
Sampling Clock
C
Control Signal
T
Time Code
MIDI IN
MIDI THRU
TC
S
C
R-BUS
VSR-880 (6th unit)
MIDI IN
MIDI THRU
C
T
■ Equipment required
VM-7200/7100 (1st and 2nd units) [equipped with the VM-24E and VM-24C sold separately], VM-C7200/C7100, VSR-880
[internal IDE hard disk installed], RBC-1/5 R-BUS cables, MIDI cables
* DAT recorder, MIDI sequencer (if necessary)
■ Turning on the system
Connect the equipment and then turn the power on in the following order.
VSR-880 (1st to 6th units) ➔ VM-7200/7100 Processors ➔ VM-C7200/C7100 Console
■ Settings
VM-C7200/C7100
SYS DIGITAL page
[SHIFT]+[SYSTEM(PROJECT)] → (CURSOR) → [F1](DIGITAL I/O)
• WORD CLOCK SOURCE:
INTERNAL
• INTERNAL SAMPLING RATE:
in accordance with the VSR-880 song
SYS SYNC/MMC page
• SYNC MASTER:
• FRAME TYPE:
• MMC MASTER:
• MACHINE TYPE:
[SHIFT]+[SYSTEM(PROJECT)] → (CURSOR) → [F3](SYNC CLOCK)
EXT, MTC
30 (in accordance with Syn:MTC Type on the VSR-880)
INT
HD
SYS MIDI page
[SHIFT]+[SYSTEM(PROJECT)] → (CURSOR) → [F4](MIDI)
• MIDI THRU CONSOLE:
THRU
Press [LEVEL METER] to go back to the basic page.
4
VSR-880
[SHIFT]+[SYSTEM( )] → “SYS System PRM ?” → [ENT/YES] → (PARAMETER[
• SYS MasterClk=:
R-BUS → [ENT/YES]
[SHIFT]+[SYSTEM( )] → “SYS MIDI PRM ?” → [ENT/YES] → (PARAMETER[
• SYS MID:Thru=:
1st VSR-880
Out
2nd VSR-880 and all others
Thru
• SYS MID:SysEx.Rx=: 2nd VSR-880 and all others
• SYS MID:SysEx.Tx=: 1st VSR-880 On
• SYS MID:MMC=:
1st VSR-880
2nd VSR-880 and all others
2nd VSR-880 and all others
1st VSR-880
2nd VSR-880 and all others
][
])
])
On
MASTER
SLAVE
[SHIFT]+[SYSTEM( )] → “SYS Sync/Tempo ?” → [ENT/YES] → (PARAMETER[
• SYS Syn:SOURCE=: 1st VSR-880
INT
2nd VSR-880 and all others
EXT
• SYS Syn:InSel=:
• SYS Syn:Gen.=:
][
][
])
MIDI
MTC
OFF
• SYS Syn:MTC TYPE=:
30 (in accordance with FRAME TYPE on the VM-C7200/C7100.)
[LEVEL/BALANCE] → (PARAMETER[
][
])
• MST Direct OUT=:
On
[SHIFT]+[IN MIX(LEVEL/BALANCE)] → (PARAMETER[
][
]) → “Input=” → [SHIFT]+STATUS[1] to [8]
• IN1 (2, 3, ... 8) Input=:
R-BUS
Press [PLAY(DISPLAY)] to go back to the basic page.
To set the parameters on the SLAVE (2nd unit) of the VM-7200/7100 processor in cascade with the VM-C7200/C7100, save the
current project or create a new project on the memory card. The [2nd UNIT] button on a VM-C7200/C7100 works only on a
project saved with a cascaded system.
• PROJECT page
[PROJECT] → (CURSOR) → [F1](STORE) or [F2](NEW)
If you wish to control the track status of the VSR-880 with the VM-C7200/C7100, set CH STATUS MODE[AUDIO] and
SECTION[MULTI OUT 1-24] on the VM-C7200/C7100 to On.
If the sample rate is set to 48.0kHz, the maximum number of simultaneous recordable tracks on the VSR-880 is six tracks per unit.
The following function is implemented with the VM-C7200/C7100 Ver.1.1 or later.
R-BUS CONFIG page
[SHIFT]+[SYSTEM(PROJECT)] → (CURSOR) → [F1](SYSTEM CONFIG) →
[PAGE DOWN](R-BUS 1/2/3)
• Song Select
• Song Store
• Shut Down
Basic page
[SHIFT]+[PLAY]
• Scrub Playback / stop with [F6](EXIT)
5
(2) Connecting one VSR-880 to the VM-7200/7100
• Transferring audio via digital connection between the VSR-880 and the VM-7200/7100.
• A VSR-880 can be controlled with the VM-C7200/7100’s transport buttons such as play and stop.
■ Connection
fig.02
VM-C7200/C7100
VM-7200/7100
1-8
S
VSR-880
R-BUS
C
C
T
T
VM-LINK
S
Sampling Clock
C
Control Signal
T
Time Code
■ Equipment required
VM-7200/7100 [equipped with the VM-24E sold separately], VM-C7200/C7100, VSR-880 [internal IDE hard disk installed],
RBC-1/5 R-BUS cables (sold separately)
■ Turning on the system
Connect the equipment and then turn the power on in the following order.
VSR-880 ➔ VM-7200/7100 Processors ➔ VM-C7200/C7100 Console
■ Settings
VM-C7200/C7100
SYS DIGITAL page
[SHIFT]+[SYSTEM(PROJECT)] → (CURSOR) → [F1](DIGITAL I/O)
• WORD CLOCK SOURCE:
INTERNAL
• INTERNAL SAMPLING RATE: in accordance with the VSR-880 song
SYS SYNC/MMC page
[SHIFT]+[SYSTEM(PROJECT)] → (CURSOR) → [F3](SYNC CLOCK)
• SYNC MASTER:
EXT, MULTI 1-8
• FRAME TYPE:
30(in accordance with Syn:MTC Type on the VSR-880)
• MMC MASTER:
INT
• MACHINE TYPE:
HD
Press [LEVEL METER] to go back to the basic page.
VSR-880
[SHIFT]+[SYSTEM( )] → “SYS System PRM ?” → [ENT/YES] → (PARAMETER[
][
])
• SYS MasterClk=:
R-BUS → [ENT/YES]
[SHIFT]+[SYSTEM( )] → “SYS MIDI PRM ?” → [ENT/YES] → (PARAMETER[
][
])
• SYS MID:MMC=:
Off/R-BUS or MASTER
[SHIFT]+[SYSTEM( )] → “SYS Sync/Tempo ?” → [ENT/YES] → (PARAMETER[
][
])
• SYS Syn:SOURCE=:
INT
• SYS Syn:Gen.=:
R-BUS
• SYS Syn:MTC TYPE=:
30 (in accordance with FRAME TYPE on the VM-C7200/C7100.)
[LEVEL/BALANCE] → (PARAMETER[
][
])
• MST Direct OUT=:
On
[SHIFT]+[IN MIX(LEVEL/BALANCE)] → (PARAMETER[
][
]) → “Input=” → [SHIFT]+STATUS[1] to [8]
• IN1 (2, 3, ... 8) Input=: R-BUS
Press [PLAY(DISPLAY)] to go back to the basic page.
• If you wish to control the track status of the VSR-880 with the VM-C7200/C7100, set CH STATUS MODE[AUDIO] and
SECTION[MULTI OUT 1-24] on the VM-C7200/C7100 to On.
* If the sample rate is set to 48.0kHz, the maximum number of simultaneous recordable tracks of the VSR-880 is six tracks per unit.
• The following function is implemented with the VM-C7200/C7100 Ver.1.1 or later.
R-BUS CONFIG page [SHIFT]+[SYSTEM(PROJECT)] → (CURSOR) → [F1](SYSTEM CONFIG)
→ [PAGE DOWN](R-BUS 1/2/3)
• Song Select
• Song Store
• Shut Down
Basic page
[SHIFT]+[PLAY]
• Scrub Playback / stop with [F6](EXIT)
6
(3) Connecting an ADAT to a VM-7200/7100 and controlling
the system with the VM-C7200/C7100
• Transferring audio via digital connection between the ADAT and the VM-7200/7100.
• ADAT can be controlled with the VM-C7200/7100’s transport buttons such as play and stop.
■ Connection
fig.03
VM-C7200/C7100
VM-7200/7100
1-8
S
DIF-AT
R-BUS
SYNC
S
C
C
T
VM-LINK
POWER
T
C
OUT
IN
OPTICAL
IN
OUT
T
SYNC IN
adat
S
Sampling Clock
C
Control Signal
T
Time Code
■ Equipment required
VM-7200/7100 [equipped with the VM-24E sold separately], VM-C7200/C7100, DIF-AT, ADAT, ADAT Optical cables, ADAT
Sync cable
■ Turning on the system
Connect the equipment and then turn the power on in the following order.
ADAT ➔ VM-7200/7100 Processors ➔ VM-C7200/C7100 Console
■ Settings
VM-C7200/C7100
R-BUS CONFIG page
[SHIFT]+[SYSTEM(PROJECT)] → (CURSOR) → [F1](SYSTEM CONFIG) → [PAGE DOWN](R-BUS 1)
• DIF-AT CONTROL TARGET: ADAT
SYS DIGITAL page
[SHIFT]+[SYSTEM(PROJECT)] → (CURSOR) → [F1](DIGITAL I/O)
• WORD CLOCK SOURCE: INTERNAL
SYS SYNC/MMC page
[SHIFT]+[SYSTEM(PROJECT)] → (CURSOR) → [F3](SYNC CLOCK)
• SYNC MASTER:
EXT, MULTI 1-8
• MMC MASTER:
INT
• MACHINE TYPE:
TAPE
ADAT
• INPUT:
DIGITAL
If audio only is transferred without an ADAT SYNC cable connection, sample clock is supplied to the ADAT via ADAT Optical
cable. In this case, please set CLOCK SELECT on the ADAT to DIG.
When an ADAT SYNC cable is connected as shown in the above picture, the ADAT automatically receives the sample clock via
the SYNC cable, and displays “CLOCK : EXT” (ADAT XT/LX20). If this is not displayed, check the connection and reboot all the
equipment again.
When you format the ADAT tape, disconnect the SYNC cable. After the formatting is done, connect the sync cable and reboot the
ADAT.
7
(4) Connecting and synchronizing multiple (two) ADATs with
the VM-7200/7100 with word clock
• Transferring audio via digital connection between multiple ADATs and the VM-7200/7100.
• The ADATs can be controlled with the BRC’s transport buttons such as play and stop.
■ Connection
fig.05
TC
S
WORD CLOCK MASTER
S
ALESIS
BRC
48kHz IN
CS
REMOTE OUT T
TO ADAT
MIDI THRU
C
T
MIDI OUT
VM-7200/7100
MIDI IN
WORD CLOCK IN
1-8
DIF-AT
R-BUS
S
POWER
9-16
VM-C7200/C7100
OUT
OPTICAL
IN
IN
VM-LINK
DIGITAL B
(AES/EBU) IN/OUT
or
DIGITAL A IN/OUT
S
OUT
SYNC IN
SYNC OUT
T CS
adat
DIGITAL IN/OUT
MIDI IN
DIF-AT
MIDI
INTERFACE
R-BUS
POWER
COMPUTER
(MIDI Sequencer)
DAT Recorder
IN
OUT
OPTICAL
IN
OUT
S
Sampling Clock
C
Control Signal
T
Time Code
SYNC IN
SYNC OUT
adat
■ Equipment required
VM-7200/7100 [equipped with the VM-24E sold separately], VM-C7200/C7100, DIF-AT, ADATs, ALESIS BRC, Word Clock
Master device, ADAT Optical cables, ADAT Sync cable * DAT recorder, MIDI sequencer (if necessary)
■ Turning on the system
Connect the equipment and then turn the power on in the following order.
BRC ➔ ADATs (1st and 2nd units) ➔ VM-7200/7100 Processors ➔ VM-C7200/C7100 Console
■ Settings
VM-C7200/C7100
R-BUS CONFIG page [SHIFT]+[SYSTEM(PROJECT)] → (CURSOR) → [F1](SYSTEM CONFIG) → [PAGE DOWN](R-BUS 1/2)
• DIF-AT CONTROL TARGET: ADAT
SYS DIGITAL page
[SHIFT]+[SYSTEM(PROJECT)] → (CURSOR) → [F1](DIGITAL I/O)
• WORD CLOCK SOURCE:
WORD CLOCK IN
SYS SYNC/MMC page
[SHIFT]+[SYSTEM(PROJECT)] → (CURSOR) → [F3](SYNC CLOCK)
• SYNC MASTER:
EXT, MTC
• MMC MASTER:
MIDI
SYS MIDI page
[SHIFT]+[SYSTEM(PROJECT)] → (CURSOR) → [F4](MIDI)
• MIDI THRU CONSOLE:
THRU
BRC
• Clock Source:
• Locate Reference:
• EXT SYNC:
48kHz Input
Internal
On
• Generate Sync:
• GEN SYNC:
MTC
On
• Α BRC transmits MMC Pause when [STOP] is pressed once, and then MMC Stop when [STOP] is pressed again. To
set the VM-C7200/C7100 to “stop” status, press the BRC’s [STOP] button twice.
• WORD CLOCK OUT on the VM-7200/7100 can be used as the word clock master. In this case, the setting on the
VM-C7200/C7100 is as follows.
• WORD CLOCK SOURCE:
8
INTERNAL
(5) Connecting and synchronizing multiple (two) ADATs with
the VM-7200/7100
• Transferring audio via digital connection between multiple ADATs and the VM-7200/7100.
• An ADAT can be controlled with the VM-C7200/7100’s transport buttons such as play and stop.
■ Connection
fig.04
VM-C7200/C7100
VM-7200/7100
C
C
MIDI OUT
POWER
T
T
9-16
VM-LINK
TC
DIF-AT
R-BUS
1-8
S
DIGITAL B
(AES/EBU) IN/OUT
or
DIGITAL A IN/OUT
IN
SYNC
S
C
OUT
S
OPTICAL
OUT
IN
T
SYNC IN
SYNC OUT
TC
MIDI IN
MIDI INTERFACE
S
adat
DIGITAL IN/OUT
DIF-AT
DAT Recorder
R-BUS
COMPUTER
(MIDI Sequencer)
POWER
IN
OUT
OPTICAL
S
Sampling Clock
C
Control Signal
T
Time Code
OUT
IN
SYNC IN
adat
■ Equipment required
VM-7200/7100 [equipped with the VM-24E sold separately], VM-C7200/C7100, DIF-AT, ADATs, ADAT Optical cables, ADAT
Sync cable
* DAT recorder, MIDI sequencer (if necessary)
■ Turning on the system
Connect the equipment and then turn the power on in the following order.
ADATs (1st and 2nd units) ➔ VM-7200/7100 Processors ➔ VM-C7200/C7100 Console
■ Settings
VM-C7200/C7100
R-BUS CONFIG page [SHIFT]+[SYSTEM(PROJECT)] → (CURSOR) → [F1](SYSTEM CONFIG) → [PAGE DOWN](R-BUS 1/2)
• DIF-AT CONTROL TARGET: ADAT
SYS DIGITAL page
[SHIFT]+[SYSTEM(PROJECT)] → (CURSOR) → [F1](DIGITAL I/O)
• WORD CLOCK SOURCE:
INTERNAL
SYS SYNC/MMC page
[SHIFT]+[SYSTEM(PROJECT)] → (CURSOR) → [F3](SYNC CLOCK)
• SYNC MASTER:
EXT, MULTI 1-8
• MIDI SYNC Tx SW: MTC
• MMC CONTROL:
ON
• MMC MASTER:
INT
• MACHINE TYPE:
TAPE
SYS MIDI page
[SHIFT]+[SYSTEM(PROJECT)] → (CURSOR) → [F4](MIDI)
• MIDI THRU CONSOLE:
OUT
ADAT
• INPUT:
DIGITAL
When an ADAT SYNC cable is connected as shown in the above picture, ADAT automatically receives the sample
clock via the SYNC cable, and displays “CLOCK : EXT” (ADAT XT/LX20). If this is not displayed, check the
connection and reboot all the equipment again.
9
(6) Connecting and synchronizing multiple (two) TASCAM DA
series recorders with the VM-7200/7100 with word clock
• Transferring audio via digital connection between the TASCAM DA series and the VM-7200/7100.
• TASCAM DA series can be controlled with TASCAM RC-848.
* TASCAM DA series: DA-98/88
■ Connection
fig.08
COMPUTER
(MIDI Sequencer)
TASCAM
RC-848
WORD CLOCK MASTER
MIDI INTERFACE
S
C
MIDI IN
MIDI IN
T
VM-7200/7100
MIDI THRU
1-8
DIF-AT
R-BUS
POWER
9-16
VM-LINK
TDIF
DIGITAL B
(AES/EBU) IN/OUT
or
DIGITAL A IN/OUT
S
WORD
SYNC IN
SYNC IN
VM-C7200/C7100
SYNC OUT
DIGITAL IN/OUT
TCS
S
DAT Recorder
MIDI OUT
TASCAM
DA series
T
DIF-AT
R-BUS
POWER
S
Sampling Clock
C
Control Signal
T
Time Code
TDIF
SYNC IN
TASCAM DA series (CHASE)
■ Equipment required
VM-7200/7100 [equipped with the VM-24E sold separately], VM-C7200/C7100, DIF-AT, TASCAM DA-98/88*, TDIF cables
(PW-88D), SYNC cables (PW-88S), RC-848, RC-848 Remote cable, MIDI cable
* SY-88 Synchronizer Board is required to use MIDI with the DA-88
* DAT recorder, MIDI sequencer (if necessary)
■ Turning on the system
Connect the equipment and then turn the power on in the following order.
DA-98/88 (1st and 2nd units) ➔ VM-7200/7100 Processors ➔ VM-C7200/C7100 Console
■ Settings
VM-C7200/C7100
R-BUS CONFIG page [SHIFT]+[SYSTEM(PROJECT)] → (CURSOR) → [F1](SYSTEM CONFIG) → [PAGE DOWN](R-BUS 1/2)
• DIF-AT CONTROL TARGET: DA-88 (1st and 2nd units)
SYS DIGITAL page
[SHIFT]+[SYSTEM(PROJECT)] → (CURSOR) → [F1](DIGITAL I/O)
• WORD CLOCK SOURCE: MULTI 9-16
SYS SYNC/MMC page
[SHIFT]+[SYSTEM(PROJECT)] → (CURSOR) → [F3](SYNC CLOCK)
• SYNC MASTER:
EXT, MTC
• FRAME TYPE:
in accordance with the DA-98/88
Default setting on the DA-98 is 29.97DF (29D).
SYS MIDI page
[SHIFT]+[SYSTEM(PROJECT)] → (CURSOR) → [F4](MIDI)
• MIDI THRU CONSOLE:
THRU
Press [PLAY] and wait for the time code coming in.
10
TASCAM DA-98/88
1st unit
• MACHINE ID:
• CLOCK:
• DIGITAL IN:
2nd unit (chase)
DA-98: 1, DA-88: 0
WORD
ON
• MACHINE ID:
DA-98: 2, DA-88: 1
• CHASE:
ON
• DIGITAL IN:
ON
VM-C7200/C7100 cannot be controlled with the [PLAY] and [STOP] buttons on the RC-848. To play in
synchronization, press [PLAY] button on the VM-C7200/C7100 to wait for the time code, then press [PLAY] button on
the RC-848.
■ To connect the DA-98 and the VM-7200/7100 with the word clock
To synchronize the sampling clock of the TASCAM DA series and the VM-7200/7100 using an external WORD CLOCK
MASTER device, the following connection is possible. But in this case, the routings of the digital audio data (via R-BUS and
TDIF) and the sampling clock (via word clock cable) are different. If the delay of the signals is significant in either routing,
they may be out of sync and cause noises.
• For multiple DA series connection with word clock synchronization, the example in p.10 is recommended.
• To connect WORD CLOCK OUT on the VM-7200/7100 and WORD SYNC IN on the DA-98, please use a
word clock cable shorter than 5 meters.
fig.082
WORD CLOCK MASTER
S
S
(Shorter than 5meters)
VM-7200/7100
WORD
CLOCK IN
WORD
CLOCK OUT
1-8
DIF-AT
R-BUS
POWER
VM-LINK
TDIF
S
Sampling Clock
WORD
SYNC IN
TASCAM
DA series
In this case, the clock source setting on the VM-7200/7100 is as follows.
SYS DIGITAL page
[SHIFT]+[SYSTEM(PROJECT)] → (CURSOR) → [F4](DIGITAL I/O)
• WORD CLOCK SOURCE:
WORD CLOCK IN
Other settings are the same as mentioned above.
If the word clock signal from the WORD CLOCK MASTER is input directly to the DA-98, the phase is different
from the digital audio data and it cannot be synchronized. Please route it from WORD CLOCK OUT on the VM7200/7100 to WORD SYNC IN on the DA-98.
Phases of WORD CLOCK IN/OUT on the VM-7200/7100 and the digital audio data of R-BUS/TDIF are as shown below.
fig.083
WORD CLOCK MASTER OUT /
VM-7200/7100 WORD CLOCK IN
VM-7200/7100 WORD CLOCK OUT /
DA-98 WORD SYNC IN
R-BUS / TDIF DIGITAL AUDIO DATA
Odd Channnel MSB
Even Channnel MSB
If an external word clock device is not used, connect WORD CLOCK OUT on the VM-7200/7100 and WORD
SYNC IN on the DA-98, and set WORD CLOCK SOURCE on the VM-7200/7100 to INTERNAL.
11
(7) Connecting a TASCAM DA series recorder to
the VM-7200/7100 and controlling the system with
the VM-C7200/C7100
• Transferring audio via digital connection between TASCAM DA series and the VM-7200/7100.
• The TASCAM DA series can be controlled with the VM-C7200/7100’s transport buttons such as play and stop.
* TASCAM DA series: DA-98/88
■ Connection
fig.06
VM-C7200/C7100
VM-7200/7100
1-8
DIF-AT
R-BUS
SYNC
S
C
C
VM-LINK
T
POWER
C
T
TDIF
S
T
SYNC IN
TASCAM DA series
S
Sampling Clock
C
Control Signal
T
Time Code
■ Equipment required
VM-7200/7100 [equipped with the VM-24E sold separately], VM-C7200/C7100, DIF-AT, TASCAM DA-98/88, TDIF cable
(PW-88D), SYNC cable (PW-88S)
■ Turning on the system
Connect the equipment and then turn the power on in the following order.
DA-98/88 ➔ VM-7200/7100 Processors ➔ VM-C7200/C7100 Console
■ Settings
VM-C7200/C7100
[SHIFT]+[SYSTEM(PROJECT)] → (CURSOR) → [F1](SYSTEM CONFIG)
→ [PAGE DOWN](R-BUS 1)
• DIF-AT CONTROL TARGET
DA-88
SYS DIGITAL page
[SHIFT]+[SYSTEM(PROJECT)] → (CURSOR) → [F1](DIGITAL I/O)
• WORD CLOCK SOURCE:
MULTI 1-8
SYS SYNC/MMC page
[SHIFT]+[SYSTEM(PROJECT)] → (CURSOR) → [F3](SYNC CLOCK)
• SYNC MASTER:
EXT, MULTI 1-8
• MMC MASTER:
INT
• MACHINE TYPE:
TAPE
TASCAM DA-98/88
R-BUS CONFIG page
• MACHINE ID:
• CLOCK:
• DIGITAL IN
12
DA-98: 1, DA-88: 0
INT
ON
(8) Connecting and synchronizing multiple (two) TASCAM DA
series recorders with the VM-7200/7100
• Transferring audio via digital connection between the TASCAM DA series and the VM-7200/7100.
• The TASCAM DA series can be controlled with the VM-C7200/7100’s transport buttons such as play and stop.
* TASCAM DA series: DA-98/88
■ Connection
fig.07
VM-C7200/C7100
VM-7200/7100
DIF-AT
1-8
SYNC
R-BUS
C
C
POWER
TC
MIDI OUT
C
T
T
9-16
VM-LINK
TDIF
DIGITAL B
(AES/EBU) IN/OUT
or
DIGITAL A IN/OUT
S
T
SYNC IN
SYNC OUT
MIDI IN
DIGITAL IN/OUT
S
MIDI INTERFACE
T CS
TASCAM DA series (1st unit)
DIF-AT
DAT Recorder
R-BUS
POWER
COMPUTER (Sequencer)
TDIF
S
Sampling Clock
C
Control Signal
T
Time Code
SYNC IN
TASCAM DA series (2nd unit)
(CHASE)
■ Equipment required
VM-7200/7100 [equipped with the VM-24E sold separately], VM-C7200/C7100, DIF-AT, TASCAM DA-98/88, TDIF cables
(PW-88D), SYNC cables (PW-88S)
* DAT recorder, MIDI sequencer (if necessary)
■ Turning on the system
Connect the equipment and then turn the power on in the following order.
DA-98/88 (1st and 2nd units) ➔ VM-7200/7100 Processors ➔ VM-C7200/C7100 Console
■ Settings
VM-C7200/C7100
R-BUS CONFIG page [SHIFT]+[SYSTEM(PROJECT)] → (CURSOR) → [F1](SYSTEM CONFIG) → [PAGE DOWN](R-BUS 1/2)
• DIF-AT CONTROL TARGET: DA-88 (1st and 2nd units)
SYS DIGITAL page
[SHIFT]+[SYSTEM(PROJECT)] → (CURSOR) → [F1](DIGITAL I/O)
• WORD CLOCK SOURCE:
MULTI 9-16
SYS SYNC/MMC page
[SHIFT]+[SYSTEM(PROJECT)] → (CURSOR) → [F3](SYNC CLOCK)
• SYNC MASTER:
EXT, MULTI 1-8
• MIDI SYNC Tx SW: MTC
• MMC CONTROL
ON
• MMC MASTER:
INT
• MACHINE TYPE:
TAPE
SYS MIDI page
[SHIFT]+[SYSTEM(PROJECT)] → (CURSOR) → [F4](MIDI)
• MIDI THRU CONSOLE:
OUT
TASCAM DA-98/88
1st unit
• MACHINE ID:
DA-98: 1, DA-88: 0
2nd unit (chase)
• MACHINE ID:
• CHASE:
DA-98: 2, DA-88: 1
ON
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(9) Connecting ProTools and two 888 I/Os to the
VM-7200/7100 via AES/EBU
• Transferring audio via digital connection between 888 I/O and the VM-7200/7100.
■ Connection
fig.09
S
WORD CLOCK IN
WORD CLOCK MASTER
USD
S
VM-C7200/C7100
VM-7200/7100
S
SUPER
CLOCK OUT
DIGITAL INPUT
(AES/EBU)
WORD
CLOCK IN
R-BUS
1-8
AE-7000
S
DIGITAL OUTPUT
(AES/EBU)
VM-LINK
9-16
DIGITAL B
(AES/EBU) IN/OUT
or
DIGITAL A IN/OUT
S
SLAVE
CLOCK IN
AES/EBU IN
888 I/O
S
DIGITAL IN/OUT
AES/EBU OUT
DIGITAL INPUT
(AES/EBU)
AE-7000
DAT Recorder
R-BUS
DIGITAL OUTPUT
(AES/EBU)
SLAVE
CLOCK IN
AES/EBU IN
888 I/O(CASCADE)
S
Sampling Clock
AES/EBU OUT
ProTools
■ Equipment required
VM-7200/7100 [equipped with the VM-24E sold separately], VM-C7200/C7100, AE-7000, 888 I/O (+ ProTools system), USD,
WORD CLOCK MASTER device
* MIDI Interface, MIDI cable, DAT recorder (if necessary)
■ Turning on the system
Connect the equipment and then turn the power on in the following order.
ProTools ➔ VM-7200/7100 Processors ➔ VM-C7200/C7100 Console
■ Settings
VM-C7200/C7100
SYS DIGITAL page
[SHIFT]+[SYSTEM(PROJECT)] → (CURSOR) → [F1](DIGITAL I/O)
• WORD CLOCK SOURCE: WORD CLOCK
* AE-7000 can be set on the display of the VM-C7200/C7100 Ver.1.10 or later.
R-BUS CONFIG page [SHIFT]+[SYSTEM(PROJECT)] → (CURSOR) → [F1](SYSTEM CONFIG) → [PAGE DOWN](R-BUS 1/2)
• CLOCK SOURCE:
R-BUS
AE-7000
• CLOCK SOURCE:
R-BUS
ProTools, USD
Set the clock reference of the USD to word clock.
• Clock Ref:
Digital (Word Clock)
If the external word clock device is not used, connect WORD CLOCK OUT on the VM-7200/7100 to the USD, and set WORD
CLOCK SOURCE on the VM-7200/7100 to INTERNAL.
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■ Settings for Time Code (MTC) synchronization
Connect MIDI OUT on the ProTools and MIDI IN on the VM-C7200/C7100 with a MIDI cable.
VM-C7200/C7100
SYS SYNC/MMC page
[SHIFT]+[SYSTEM(PROJECT)] → (CURSOR) → [F3](SYNC CLOCK)
• SYNC MASTER:
EXT, MTC
Press [PLAY] and wait for the time code coming in.
ProTools
• Set the MTC (MIDI TIME CODE) to be transmitted.
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(10) Connecting an ADA-7000 to the VM-7200/7100
• Connecting an ADA-7000 to the VM-7200/7100 and add analog inputs and outputs.
■ Connection
fig.10
ADA-7000
VM-C7200/C7100
VM-7200/7100
R-BUS
1-8
S
VM-LINK
S
S
17-24
9-16
R-BUS
ADA-7000
R-BUS
ADA-7000
S
Sampling Clock
■ Equipment required
VM-7200/7100 [equipped with the VM-24E sold separately], VM-C7200/C7100, ADA-7000
■ Turning on the system
Connect the equipment and then turn the power on in the following order.
ADA-7000 ➔ VM-7200/7100 Processors ➔ VM-C7200/C7100 Console
■ Settings
VM-C7200/C7100
SYS DIGITAL page
[SHIFT]+[SYSTEM(PROJECT)] → (CURSOR) → [F1](DIGITAL I/O)
• WORD CLOCK SOURCE:
INTERNAL
* ADA-7000 can be set on the display of the VM-C7200/C7100 Ver.1.10 or later.
R-BUS CONFIG page
• CLOCK SOURCE:
ADA-7000
CLOCK SOURCE:R-BUS
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[SHIFT]+[SYSTEM(PROJECT)] → (CURSOR) → [F1](SYSTEM CONFIG)
→ [PAGE DOWN](R-BUS 1/2/3)
R-BUS
(11) Connecting a computer-based recording system to the
VM-7200/7100 via ADAT interface
• Transferring audio via digital connection between a computer-based recording system with an ADAT interface and the
VM-7200/7100.
■ Connection
fig.11
WORD CLOCK MASTER
VM-C7200/C7100
WORD
CLOCK IN
WORD CLOCK OUT
VM-LINK
1-8
POWER
R-BUS
VM-7200/7100
MIDI IN
IN
adat OPTICAL
OUT
AUDIO INTERFACE
(adat OPTICAL INTERFACE)
OUT
IN
WORD
CLOCK IN
PC-based Recorder
T
T
Time Code
MIDI OUT
MIDI INTERFACE
■ Equipment required
VM-7200/7100 [equipped with the VM-24E sold separately], VM-C7200/C7100, DIF-AT, computer-based recording system,
ADAT interface*, WORD CLOCK MASTER device, MIDI interface, MIDI cable, etc.
* ADAT interface: Digidesign ADAT Bridge I/O, Mark of the Unicorn 2408 AUDIO INTERFACE, etc.
■ Turning on the system
Connect the equipment and then turn the power on in the following order.
Computer-based recording system ➔ VM-7200/7100 Processors ➔ VM-C7200/C7100 Console
■ Settings
VM-C7200/C7100
R-BUS CONFIG page
[SHIFT]+[SYSTEM(PROJECT)] → (CURSOR) → [F1](SYSTEM CONFIG) → [PAGE DOWN](R-BUS 1)
• DIF-AT CONTROL TARGET
ADAT
O Sampling clock master: External word clock
VM-C7200/C7100
SYS DIGITAL page
[SHIFT]+[SYSTEM(PROJECT)] → (CURSOR) → [F1](DIGITAL I/O)
• WORD CLOCK SOURCE:
WORD CLOCK IN
Computer-based recording system
Set the sampling clock source to WORD CLOCK IN or OPTICAL IN.
O Sampling clock master: VM-7200/7100
VM-C7200/C7100
SYS DIGITAL page
[SHIFT]+[SYSTEM(PROJECT)] → (CURSOR) → [F1](DIGITAL I/O)
• WORD CLOCK SOURCE:
INTERNAL
Computer-based recording system
Set the sampling clock source to OPTICAL IN.
If the word clock is connected as shown by the dotted line in the above drawing, set the sampling clock source to WORD CLOCK IN.
O Sampling clock master: Computer-based recording system
VM-C7200/C7100
SYS DIGITAL page
[SHIFT]+[SYSTEM(PROJECT)] → (CURSOR) → [F1](DIGITAL I/O)
• WORD CLOCK SOURCE:
MULTI 1-8
Computer-based recording system
Set the sampling clock source to INTERNAL.
● Receiving the MTC (MIDI Time Code) from the recording system
VM-C7200/C7100
SYS SYNC/MMC page[SHIFT]+[SYSTEM(PROJECT)] → (CURSOR) → [F3](SYNC CLOCK)
• SYNC MASTER: EXT, MTC
Press [PLAY] and wait for the time code coming in.
Computer-based recording system
Set the MTC (MIDI Time Code) to be transmitted.
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(12) Connecting a VSR-880 to the VM-3100Pro
• Transferring audio via digital connection between the VSR-880 and the VM-3100Pro.
• The VSR-880 can be controlled with the VM-3100Pro’s transport buttons such as play and stop.
■ Connection
fig.12
VM-3100Pro
VSR-880
R-BUS
S
S
Sampling Clock
C
Control Signal
T
Time Code
C
T
■ Equipment required
VM-3100Pro, VSR-880 [internal IDE hard disk installed]
■ Turning on the system
Connect the equipment and then turn the power on in the following order.
VSR-880 ➔ VM-3100Pro
■ Settings
VM-3100Pro
SYSTEM PREF page
[SYSTEM]
• MasterClk:
INTERNAL
• LocatorType:
TIMECODE
• RecorderType:
HD
SYSTEM MIDI page
[SYSTEM] → [F1-F4 ON/OFF] → [F2](MIDI)
• DeviceID:
17 (in accordance with MID:DeviceID on the VSR-880)
• TimingMon:
TIMECODE
• TC Fmt:
30ND (in accordance with Syn:MTC Type on the VSR-880)
• Transport:
RECORDER
EZR OUT page
[EZ ROUTING] → [F1-F4 ON/OFF] → [F2](OUT) → (CURSOR
Transmitting the output from channels 1-8 directly to R-BUS 1-8
• Tr1/2=:
CH01/02
• Tr3/4=:
CH03/04
• Tr5/6=:
CH05/06
• Tr7/8=:
CH07/08
VSR-880
)
[SHIFT]+[SYSTEM ( )] → “SYS System PRM?” → [ENT/YES] → (PARAMETER [
][
])
• SYS: MasterClk:
R-BUS
[SHIFT]+[SYSTEM ( )] → “SYS MIDI PRM?” → [ENT/YES] → (PARAMETER [
][
])
• MID:DeviceID:
17 (in accordance with MID:DeviceID on the VSR-880)
• MID:MMC:
Off/RBUS
[SHIFT]+[SYSTEM ( )] → “SYS Sync/Tempo PRM?” → [ENT/YES] → (PARAMETER [
][
])
• Syn:Source:
INT
• Syn:Gen.:
R-BUS
• Syn:MTC Type:
30 (in accordance with TC Fmt on the VM-3100Pro)
[LEVEL/BALANCE] → (PARAMETER [
][
])
• MST Direct Out:
On
[SHIFT]+[IN MIX (LEVEL BALANCE)] → (PARAMETER [
][
]) → “Input=” → [SHIFT]+STATUS [1] to [8]
• IN1 (2, 3, ... 8) Input=: R-BUS
•
•
•
•
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In addition to Play and Stop, the following control of the VSR-880 is possible with the VM-3100Pro. For the details,
please refer to “VSR-880 Connecting the VM-3100Pro” attached to the VSR-880 owner’s manual.
Playback Time
[SHIFT]+[LEVEL METER (BIG TC)] → Value dial
Scrub
[SHIFT]+[LEVEL METER (BIG TC)] → Hold [ ] → Switch tracks with [SELECT] 1-8
Song Select *Operate with all the faders down to the lowest position.
[LEVEL METER] → [F1-F4 ON/OFF] → [F3] (MTR) → [F1-F4 ON/OFF] → [F4] (SONG) →
Select a song with the value dial → [ENTER/YES]
Song Store
[SHIFT]+[
] → [ENTER/YES]
(13) Connecting an ADAT to the VM-3100Pro
• Transferring audio via digital connection between the ADAT and the VM-3100Pro.
• The ADAT can be controlled with the VM-3100Pro’s transport buttons such as play and stop.
■ Connection
fig.13
VM-3100Pro
R-BUS
DIF-AT
S
C
POWER
SYNC
S
C
T
IN
OUT
OPTICAL
OUT
IN
T
SYNC IN
S
Sampling Clock
C
Control Signal
T
Time Code
adat
■ Equipment required
VM-3100Pro, DIF-AT, ADAT
■ Turning on the system
Connect the equipment and then turn the power on in the following order.
ADAT ➔ VM-3100Pro
■ Settings
VM-3100Pro
SYSTEM PREF page
[SYSTEM]
• MasterClk:
INTERNAL
• LocatorType:
TIMECODE
• RecorderType:
TAPE
After you turn on the VM-3100Pro, even if MasterClk is set to INTERNAL, move the value dial to select another
setting, then set it again to INTERNAL to make the setting active.
SYSTEM MIDI page
[SYSTEM] → [F1-F4 ON/OFF] → [F2](MIDI)
• TimingMon:
TIMECODE
• Transport:
RECORDER
DIF-AT PREF
[LEVEL METER] → [F1-F4 ON/OFF] → [F3](MTR) → [F1-F4 ON/OFF] → [F4](PREF)
• ClockSel:
RMDB-2
• AudioSel:
adat
• TC Master:
adat
To transfer the time code from the DIF-AT to the VM-3100Pro, and output it as MTC (MIDI time code) from the MIDI
OUT on the VM-3100Pro
• ThruToMTC:
ON
The track status on the ADAT can be changed with the VM-3100Pro.
REC TRACK SEL page
[LEVEL METER] → [F1-F4 ON/OFF] → [F3](MTR) → [SELECT] 1-8
EZR OUT page
[EZ ROUTING] → [F1-F4 ON/OFF] → [F2](OUT) → (CURSOR
Transmitting the output from channels 1-8 directly to R-BUS 1-8
• Tr1/2=:
CH01/02
• Tr3/4=:
CH03/04
• Tr5/6=:
CH05/06
• Tr7/8=:
CH07/08
ADAT
• INPUT:
)
DIGITAL
The VM-3100Pro works with only a 44.1kHz sampling rate, and there are some limitations upon connecting the ADAT
digitally via the DIF-AT. For the details, please refer to the VM-3100Pro owner’s manual p. 64.
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(14) Connecting a TASCAM DA series recorder to the VM-3100Pro
• Transferring audio via digital connection between TASCAM DA series and the VM-3100Pro.
• The TASCAM DA series can be controlled with the VM-3100Pro’s transport buttons such as play and stop.
* TASCAM DA series: DA-98/88
■ Connection
fig.14
VM-3100Pro
R-BUS
DIF-AT
SYNC
S
C
POWER
C
T
TDIF
S
T
SYNC IN
S
Sampling Clock
C
Control Signal
T
Time Code
TASCAM DA series
■ Equipment required
VM-3100Pro, DIF-AT, TASCAM DA-98/88, TDIF Cable (PW-88D), SYNC Cable (PW-88S)
■ Turning on the system
Connect the equipment and then turn the power on in the following order.
TASCAM DA series ➔ VM-3100Pro
■ Settings
VM-3100Pro
DIF-AT PREF
• ClockSel:
• AudioSel:
• TC Master:
[LEVEL METER] → [F1-F4 ON/OFF] → [F3](MTR) → [F1-F4 ON/OFF] → [F4](PREF)
DA-88
DA-88
DA-88
To transfer the time code from the DIF-AT to the VM-3100Pro, and output as MTC (MIDI time code) from MIDI OUT
on the VM-3100Pro
• ThruToMTC: ON
SYSTEM PREF page
[SYSTEM]
• MasterClk:
RMDB-2
• LocatorType:
TIMECODE
• RecorderType:
TAPE
SYSTEM MIDI page
[SYSTEM] → [F1-F4 ON/OFF] → [F2](MIDI)
• TimingMon:
TIMECODE
• Transport:
RECORDER
EZR OUT page
[EZ ROUTING] → [F1-F4 ON/OFF] → [F2](OUT) → (CURSOR )
Transmitting the output from channels 1-8 directly to R-BUS 1-8
• Tr1/2=:
CH01/02
• Tr3/4=:
CH03/04
• Tr5/6=:
CH05/06
• Tr7/8=:
CH07/08
The track status on the TASCAM DA series can be changed with the VM-3100Pro.
REC TRACK SEL page [LEVEL METER] → [F1-F4 ON/OFF] →→ [F3](MTR) → [SELECT] 1-8
TASCAM DA-98/88
• CLOCK:
• DIGITAL IN:
INT
ON
The VM-3100Pro works with only a 44.1kHz sampling rate. So the tape for TASCAM DA series should be formatted for
44.1kHz.
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(15) Connecting an ADA-7000 to the VM-3100Pro
• Connecting the ADA-7000 to the VM-3100Pro to add analog inputs and outputs.
■ Connection
fig.16
VM-3100Pro
ADA-7000
R-BUS
S
Sampling Clock
S
■ Equipment required
VM-3100Pro, ADA-7000
■ Turning on the system
Connect the equipment and then turn the power on in the following order.
ADA-7000 ➔ VM-3100Pro
■ Settings
VM-3100Pro
SYSTEM PREF page[SYSTEM]
• MasterClk:
ADA-7000
INTERNAL
CLOCK SOURCE:R-BUS
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(16) Connecting ProTools and the 888 I/O to the
VM-3100Pro with AES/EBU
• Transferring audio via digital connection between 888 I/O (ProTools) and the VM-3100Pro.
■ Connection
fig.15
DIGITAL OUTPUT
(AES/EBU)
VM-3100Pro
AE-7000
R-BUS
B/C/D
S
DIGITAL INPUT A
(AES/EBU)
S
AES/EBU OUT
888 I/O
AES/EBU IN
S
Sampling Clock
ProTools
■ Equipment required
VM-3100Pro, AE-7000, 888 I/O (ProTools system)
■ Turning on the system
Connect the equipment and then turn the power on in the following order.
ProTools ➔ VM-3100Pro
■ Settings
VM-3100Pro
SYSTEM PREF page
• MasterClk:
AE-7000
• CLOCK SOURCE:
[SYSTEM]
RMDB-2
INPUT-A
888 I/O (ProTools)
Set the sampling clock source to Internal.
VM-3100Pro works with only a 44.1kHz sampling rate. Connected equipment also should be operated at 44.1kHz.
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(17) Connecting a computer-based recording system to the
VM-3100Pro via an ADAT interface
• Transferring audio via digital connection between a computer-based recording system equipped with an ADAT interface
and the VM-3100Pro.
■ Connection
fig.17
VM-3100Pro
R-BUS
POWER
S
IN
OUT
adat OPTICAL
S
OUT
IN
AUDIO INTERFACE
(adat OPTICAL INTERFACE)
PC-based Recorder
S
Sampling Clock
■ Equipment required
VM-3100Pro, DIF-AT, computer-based recording system (equipped with an ADAT interface), MIDI interface, MIDI cable
■ Turning on the system
Connect the equipment and then turn the power on in the following order.
Computer-based recording system ➔ VM-3100Pro
■ Settings
VM-3100Pro
DIF-AT PREF
[LEVEL METER] → [F1-F4 ON/OFF] → [F3](MTR) → [F1-F4 ON/OFF] → [F4](PREF)
• ClockSel:
RMDB-2
• AudioSel:
ADAT
SYSTEM PREF page
[SYSTEM]
• MasterClk:
INTERNAL
EZR OUT page
[EZ ROUTING] → [F1-F4 ON/OFF] → [F2](OUT) → (CURSOR )
Transmitting the output from channels 1-8 directly to R-BUS 1-8
• Tr1/2=:
CH01/02
• Tr3/4=:
CH03/04
• Tr5/6=:
CH05/06
• Tr7/8=:
CH07/08
Computer-based recording system
• Set the sampling clock source to ADAT OPTICAL.
The VM-3100Pro works only with a 44.1kHz sampling rate. Connected equipment also should be operated at 44.1kHz.
O Sampling clock master: Computer-based recording system
VM-3100Pro
DIF-AT PREF
[LEVEL METER] → [F1-F4 ON/OFF] → [F3](MTR) → [F1-F4 ON/OFF] → [F4](PREF)
• ClockSel:
ADAT
• AudioSel:
ADAT
SYSTEM PREF page [SYSTEM]
• MasterClk:
RMDB-2
Computer-based recording system
• Set the sampling clock source to Internal.
The VM-3100Pro works only with a 44.1kHz sampling rate. Connected equipment also should be operated at 44.1kHz.
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(18) Connecting an ADAT to the VSR-880
• Transferring audio via digital connection between the ADAT and the VSR-880.
• The ADAT can be controlled with the VSR-880’s transport buttons such as play and stop.
■ Connection
fig.18
VSR-880
R-BUS
DIF-AT
SYNC
S
S
C
POWER
C
T
OUT
IN
OPTICAL
IN
OUT
S
Sampling Clock
C
Control Signal
T
Time Code
T
SYNC IN
adat
■ Equipment required
VSR-880 [internal IDE hard disk installed], DIF-AT, ADAT
■ Turning on the system
Connect the equipment and then turn the power on in the following order.
ADAT ➔ VSR-880
■ Settings
VSR-880
[SHIFT]+[SYSTEM ( )] → “SYS System PRM?” → [ENT/YES] → (PARAMETER [
][
])
• SYS: MasterClk:
INT → [ENT/YES]
[SHIFT]+[SYSTEM ( )] → “SYS MIDI PRM?” → [ENT/YES] → (PARAMETER [
][
])
• MID:MMC:
MASTER
[SHIFT]+[SYSTEM ( )] → “SYS Sync/Tempo PRM?” → [ENT/YES] → (PARAMETER [
][
])
• Syn:Source:
EXT
• Syn:InSel:
R-BUS
[LEVEL/BALANCE] → (PARAMETER [
][
])
• MST Direct Out:
On
[SHIFT]+[IN MIX (LEVEL BALANCE)] → (PARAMETER [
][
]) → “Input=” → [SHIFT]+STATUS [1] to [8]
• IN1 (2, 3, ... 8) Input=:
R-BUS
ADAT
• INPUT:
DIGITAL
* Make the sampling rates of the ADAT and the VSR-880 the same.
O To record from the VSR-880 to the ADAT
1. Set the track status of the VSR-880 to PLAY.
2. Set the track status of the ADAT to REC.
3. Play back the VSR-880.
4. When the ADAT locks and the [PLAY] light stop flashing and turns solid, press [RECORD] while holding [PLAY] on the
ADAT.
5. To stop recording, press [STOP] on the VSR-880.
O To record from the ADAT to the VSR-880
1. Set the track status of the VSR-880 to REC.
2. Set the status of all tracks on the ADAT to PLAY.
* If any is set to REC, ADAT starts recording.
3. Set the input channels of the recording tracks to ON.
[SHIFT]+[TR MIX (EXT SYNC)] → (PARAMETER [
][
]) → “Assign”
Switch tracks with [SHIFT]+STATUS [1] to [8]. TR1 Assign IN1=On, TR2 Assign IN1=On, ...
4. Press [REC] and [PLAY] on the VSR-880.
5. To stop recording, press [STOP] on the VSR-880.
It takes about 10 seconds after the VSR-880 starts playing until the ADAT locks and recording and playback in
synchronization are possible. Start the VSR-880 song at least 15 seconds earlier than the actual point you want to start
recording/playback.
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(19) Connecting a TASCAM DA series recorder to the VSR-880
• Transferring audio via digital connection between TASCAM DA series and the VSR-880.
• The TASCAM DA series can be controlled with the VSR-880’s transport buttons such as play and stop.
* TASCAM DA series: DA-98/88
■ Connection
fig.19
VSR-880
R-BUS
DIF-AT
SYNC
S
C
POWER
C
T
TDIF
S
T
S
Sampling Clock
C
Control Signal
T
Time Code
SYNC IN
TASCAM DA series
■ Equipment required
VSR-880 [internal IDE hard disk installed], DIF-AT, DA-98/88
■ Turning on the system
Connect the equipment and then turn the power on in the following order.
TASCAM DA series ➔ VSR-880
■ Settings
VSR-880
[SHIFT]+[SYSTEM ( )] → “SYS System PRM?” → [ENT/YES] → (PARAMETER [
][
])
• SYS: MasterClk:
R-BUS → [ENT/YES]
[SHIFT]+[SYSTEM ( )] → “SYS MIDI PRM?” → [ENT/YES] → (PARAMETER [
][
])
• MID:MMC:
MASTER
[SHIFT]+[SYSTEM ( )] → “SYS Sync/Tempo PRM?” → [ENT/YES] → (PARAMETER [
][
])
• Syn:Source:
EXT
• Syn:InSel:
R-BUS
[LEVEL/BALANCE] → (PARAMETER [
][
])
• MST Direct Out:
On
[SHIFT]+[IN MIX (LEVEL BALANCE)] → (PARAMETER [
][
]) → “Input=” → [SHIFT]+STATUS [1] to [8]
• IN1 (2, 3, ... 8) Input=:
R-BUS
DA-98/88
• CLOCK:
INT
• DIGITAL IN:
ON
* Make the sampling rates of the DA-98/88 tape format and the VSR-880 the same.
O To record from the VSR-880 to the DA-98/88
1. Set the track status of the VSR-880 to PLAY.
2. Set the track status of the DA-98/88 to REC.
3. Play back the VSR-880.
4. When the DA-98/88 locks and [PLAY] light stop flashing and turns solid, press [RECORD] on the DA-98/88.
5. To stop recording, press [STOP] on the VSR-880.
O To record from the DA-98/88 to the VSR-880
1. Set the track status of the VSR-880 to REC.
2. Set the track status of the DA-98/88 to PLAY.
3. Set the input channels of the recording tracks to ON.
[SHIFT]+[TR MIX (EXT SYNC)] → (PARAMETER [
][
]) → “Assign”
Switch tracks with [SHIFT]+STATUS [1] to [8].
TR1 Assign IN1=On, TR2 Assign IN2=On, ...
4. Press [REC] and [PLAY] on the VSR-880.
5. To stop recording, press [STOP] on the VSR-880.
It takes about one second after the VSR-880 starts playing until the DA-98/88 locks and recording and playback in
synchronization are possible. Start the VSR-880 song a few seconds earlier than the actual point you want to start
recording/playback.
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(20) Connecting a VSR-880 to the VS-2480
• Transferring audio via digital connection between the VSR-880 and the VS-2480.
• The VSR-880 can be controlled with the VS-2480.
■ Connection
fig.19
VS-2480
VSR-880
R-BUS
R-BUS1
S
C
T
S
Sampling Clock
C
Control Signal
T
Time Code
■ Equipment required
VS-2480 [internal IDE hard disk installed], VSR-880 [internal IDE hard disk installed]
■ Turning on the system
Connect the equipment and then turn the power on in the following order.
VSR-880 ➔ VS-2480
■ Settings
VS-2480
Projects setting screen
• Master Clock:
[UTILITY] → (Page1) [F3(Proj)] → ([
R-BUS1
][
MIDI Parameter setting screen
[UTILITY] → (Page1) [F5(MIDI)] → ([
• MMC Mode:
MASTER
][
][
][
])
][
][
]
Sync/Tempo screen
[UTILITY] → (Page1) [F6(SYNC)] → ([
][
][
][
])
• Sync Mode:
EXT
• EXT Sync SOURCE R-BUS1
VSR-880
[SHIFT]+[SYSTEM ( )] → “SYS System PRM?” → [ENT/YES] → (PARAMETER [
][
])
• SYS MasterClk:
INT → [ENT/YES]
[SHIFT]+[SYSTEM ( )] → “SYS MIDI PRM?” → [ENT/YES] → (PARAMETER [
][
])
• SYS MID:MMC:
Off/RBUS
[SHIFT]+[SYSTEM ( )] → “SYS Sync/Tempo ?” → [ENT/YES] → (PARAMETER [
][
])
• SYS Syn:Source:
INT
• SYS Syn:Gen:
R-BUS
[LEVEL/BALANCE] → (PARAMETER [
][
])
• MST Direct Out:
On
[SHIFT]+[IN MIX (LEVEL BALANCE)] → (PARAMETER [
][
]) → “Input=” → [SHIFT]+STATUS [1] to [8]
• IN1 (2, 3, ... 8) Input=:
R-BUS
* Make the sampling rates of the VSR-880 and the VS-2480 the same.
O To record from the VS-2480 to the VSR-880
1. Set the track status of the VS-2480 to PLAY.
2. Set the input channels of the recording tracks of the VSR-880 to ON.
[SHIFT]+[TR MIX (EXT SYNC)] → (PARAMETER [
][
]) → “Assign”
Switch tracks with [SHIFT]+STATUS [1] to [8]. TR1 Assign IN1=On, TR2 Assign IN2=On, ...
3. Press [RECORD] on the VSR-880.
4. Press [PLAY] on the VS-2480.
5. To stop recording, press [STOP] on the VS-2480.
O To record from the VSR-880 to the VS-2480
1. Set the track status of the VS-2480 to REC.
2. Set the track status of the VSR-880 to PLAY.
3. Press [REC], and press [PLAY] on the VS-2480.
4. To stop recording, press [STOP] on the VS-2480.
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(21) Connecting a XV-5080 to the VS-2480
• Transferring audio via digital connection between the VS-2480 and the XV-5080.
■ Connection
fig.18
XV-5080
VS-2480
R-BUS1
S
R-BUS
S
Sampling Clock
■ Equipment required
XV-5080, VS-2480 [internal IDE hard disk installed], RBC-1/5 R-BUS cables (sold separately)
■ Turning on the system
Connect the equipment and then turn the power on in the following order.
XV-5080 ➔ VS-2480
■ Settings
XV-5080
SYSTEM Output page
[SYSTEM] → [F1 (Outp&EQ)]
• Master Clock:
INTERNAL
• Master Freq:
In accordance with sampling frequencies (48.0, 44.1kHz) Projects of the VS-2480.
Press [EXIT] to return the play page.
VS-2480
Projects setting screen
• Master Clock:
[UTILITY] → (Page1) [F3(Proj)] → ([
R-BUS1
][
Routing setting screen
[EZ ROUTING] → ([
][
][
][
• INPUT MIXER
Connect 1-8 of R-BUS1 to any of 1-24.
Press [HOME (DISPLAY)] to return the Home Condition screen.
][
][
])
]
Prepare a sample for a VS-2480 Project, using material sampled at a sampling frequency of 44.1 kHz or 48.0 kHz. Digital
connection with the XV-5080 cannot be made with Projects using other sampling frequencies.
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(22) Connecting a VM-7200/7100 to the VS-2480 with word clock
• Transferring audio via digital connection between the VS-2480 and the VM-7200/7100.
• VS-2480 can be controlled with the VM-C7200/7100’s transport buttons such as play and stop.
■ Connection
DAT Recorder
S
S
WORD CLOCK MASTER
VM-7200/7100
MIDI IN
C
DIGITAL IN/OUT
S
WORD CLOCK IN
C
1-8
WORD CLOCK IN
R-BUS1
T
T
R-BUS
VM-LINK
VM-C7200/C7100
S
Sample Clock
C
Control Signal
T
Time Code
VS-2480
■ Equipment required
VM-7200/7100 [equipped with the VM-24E sold separately], VM-C7200/C7100, VS-2480 [internal IDE hard disk installed],
RBC-1/5 R-BUS cables (sold separately)
■ Turning on the system
Connect the equipment and then turn the power on in the following order.
VS-2480 ➔ VM-7200/7100 ➔ VM-C7200/C7100
■ Settings
VS-2480
Projects setting screen
• Master Clock:
[UTILITY] → (Page1) [F3(Proj)] → ([
WORD CLOCK
][
][
MIDI Parameter setting screen
[UTILITY] → (Page1) [F5(MIDI)] → ([
• MMC Mode:
SLAVE
• MMC SOURCE:
R-BUS1
Sync/Tempo screen
• Sync Mode:
[UTILITY] → (Page1) [F6(SYNC)] → ([
INT
][
Routing setting screen
[EZ ROUTING] → ([
][
][
][
• INPUT MIXER
Connect 1-8 of R-BUS1 to any of 1-24.
Press [HOME (DISPLAY)] to return the Home Condition screen.
VM-C7200/C7100
SYS DIGITAL page
[SHITFT] + [SYSTEM (PROJECT)] → ([
• WORD CLOCK SOURCE:
WORD CLOCK IN
SYS SYNC/MMC page
• SYNC MASTER:
• MMC MASTER:
• MACHINE TYPE:
[SHIFT] + [SYSTEM (PROJECT)] → ([
EXT, MULTI 1-8
INT
HD
][
])
][
][
][
]
][
][
])
][
][
]) → [F1 (DIGITAL I/O]
]
][
][
][
][
])→ [F3 (SYNC CLOCK]
Synchronizing the VS-2480 to an external word clock (MASTER CLOCK: WORD CLOCK IN) requires that any other connected
digital device also be synchronized to the word clock. In addition, the VS-2480's termination is always on. When chaining with a
T-junction, turn off the terminator on other devices.
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(23) Connecting a ADA-7000 to the VS-2480
• Transferring audio via digital connection between the VS-2480 and the ADA-7000.
■ Connection
VS-2480
ADA-7000
S
R-BUS1
R-BUS
Sampling Clock
S
■ Equipment required
ADA-7000, VS-2480 [internal IDE hard disk installed]
■ Turning on the system
Connect the equipment and then turn the power on “ADA-7000 ➔ VS-2480.”
■ Settings
VS-2480
Projects setting screen
• Master Clock:
Routing setting screen
• INPUT MIXER
ADA-7000
• CLOCK SOURCE:
[UTILITY] → (Page1) [F3(Proj)] → ([
INT
][
[EZ ROUTING] → ([
][
][
][
Connect 1-8 of R-BUS1 to any of 1-24.
][
][
])
])
R-BUS
(24) Connecting a AE-7000 to the VS-2480
• Transferring audio via digital connection between the VS-2480 and the AE-7000.
■ Connection
B/C/D
S
R-BUS1
AE-7000
DIGITAL INPUT A
(AES/EBU)
R-BUS
DIGITAL OUTPUT
(AES/EBU)
S
ProTools
888 I/O
AES/EBU IN
S
Sampling Clock
VS-2480
AES/EBU OUT
■ Equipment required
AE-7000, VS-2480 [internal IDE hard disk installed]
■ Turning on the system
Connect the equipment and then turn the power on “ProTools ➔ VS-2480.”
■ Settings
VS-2480
Projects setting screen
• Master Clock:
Routing setting screen
• INPUT MIXER
AE-7000
• CLOCK SOURCE:
888 I/O (ProTools)
[UTILITY] → (Page1) [F3(Proj)] → ([
][
R-BUS1
[EZ ROUTING] → ([
][
][
][
Connect 1-8 of R-BUS1 to any of 1-24.
][
][
])
])
INPUT-A
Set the sampling clock source to Internal.
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Basic conditions for Digital Audio Connection
In this setting guide, the typical parameter settings for each respective equipment combination are introduced. There may be
other possible connections and parameter settings which work.
To transfer audio via digital connection between two devices, the following two conditions should basically be accomplished:
Condition #1: Consistent sampling frequency
The sampling frequency should be the same between the two devices so that the same sampling clock can be
shared.
Condition #2: Consistent phases
The phase of the sampling clock should be the same between the two devices.
To achieve these two conditions, the two devices should be in synchronization with the sampling clock which is transferred with
the digital audio signal. With word clock synchronization, only condition #1 (sampling frequency) is achieved.
Depending on the hardware structure of the device’s digital input, both condition #1 and #2 (phase), or only condition #1, or none
of them need to be achieved.
• Case 1: Both Conditions #1 and #2 need to be achieved.
When using a digital input including R-BUS, TDIF or AES/EBU on the DAT
• Case 2: Condition #1 needs to be achieved.
If a buffer to absorb the phase inconsistency is provided in the digital input, the system will work with only condition #1, i.e.
word clock synchronization.
The AES/EBU input on the AE-7000 and the OPTICAL IN on the ADAT are equipped with this type of buffer.
• Case 3: None of the conditions #1 or #2 need to be achieved.
If a sampling rate converter is included in the digital input, digital audio can be transferred without achieving condition #1 or #2.
DIGITAL IN A and B on the VM-7200/7100 are equipped with sampling rate converters.
Even in this case, if the condition #1 (word clock synchronization) is achieved, the result is better due to precise synchronization
and minimum sampling rate conversion.
DIGITAL IN A and B on the VM-7200/7100 are equipped with sampling rate converters. So you do not have to change the
sampling clock of the VM-7200/7100 and the connected system even if the digital input source such as a DAT has a different
clock.
■ Terminology: Sampling Clock
In this setting guide, “sampling clock” is defined to be the clock for sampling and transferring the digital audio data, i.e. the clock
of one sample cycle. This is sometime called “word clock,” but in this guide, we define “word clock” only as the signal which is
transferred via “word clock I/O” and “word sync I/O.”
■ Other notes
• If a DIF-AT and an AE-7000 are connected to each other via R-BUS, they do not work. They are designed to work
independently with a VM mixer.
• If a DIF-AT and an ADA-7000 are connected to each other via R-BUS, they do not work. They are designed to work
independently with a VM mixer.
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