Yamaha NUAGE I/O Nio500-D16 Specifications

NUAGE MASTER
NUAGE FADER
NUAGE I/O
CONTROL SURFACE
Ncs500-CT
CONTROL SURFACE
Ncs500-FD
AUDIO INTERFACE
Nio500-D16/A16/A8D8
V1.5 Supplementary Manual
This supplementary manual explains features and functions that have been added or changed in NUAGE
V1.5. Please read it together with other related NUAGE manuals.
Main changes
• Added support for remote operation of R series devices
(Dante supported I/O rack)
(Nuage Fader)
page 2
• Added quick control setting screen
(Nuage Master)
page 2
• Added support for VST instruments control
(Nuage Master)
page 3
• Added screen scrolling by dragging
(Nuage Master)
page 3
• Added support for track visibility configuration function
(Nuage Master)
page 4
• Added super fine mode
(Nuage Master, Nuage Fader)
page 4
• Added support for send panning
(Nuage Master)
page 4
• Added support for new Nuendo 6.5 plug-in
(Nuage Master, Nuage Fader)
page 5
• Added support for additional Nuendo 6.5 ADR functions
(Nuage Master)
page 5
• Added direct monitoring settings
(Nuage I/O)
page 5
• Added selection function for Ethernet port to use with Avid Pro Tools
(NUAGE PT Bridge)
page 6
• Added other various functions
(Nuage Master)
page 7
EN
Added support for remote
operation of R series devices
(Dante supported I/O rack)
(Nuage Fader)
The HA gain of R series devices (Rio3224-D, Ri8-D, etc.)
can now be controlled.
• Press [PRE] in the SECTION CONTROL section, and
then press [Sub parameter 2] to use a [Multi function
knob] to control the “HA GAIN” and “HA GC” on the
input channel where the R series device is connected.
• Press [e] (edit) on the input channel where the R series
device is connected, and then press [PRE] in the
SECTION CONTROL section to use a [Multi function
knob] to control the “HA GAIN”, “HA GC”, “HA HPF”,
and “HA +48V” on the channel where [e] was pressed.
R series settings
In the Nuendo menu, select “Devices”  “NUAGE HA
Remote Setup” to open the settings screen and configure
the Dante Accelerator you will use.
Added quick control setting
screen (Nuage Master)
The parameters for “Quick Controls” assigned to a
channel can now be edited on the [Multi Function
Display].
CHANNEL CONTROL –
QUICK CONTROL Page
1
1
2
(Nuendo)
Opens the Nuendo “Channel Settings” screen. Click again
to close the screen.
2 Parameters
If an input bus with multiple channels (such as stereo or
surround channels) has been assigned, the parameters
for the bus channel appearing first in Nuendo’s “VST
Connections” (“Left” for a stereo channel) are shown.
Shows the parameters for “Quick Controls” assigned to
the selected channel. The values for each parameter can
be changed by dragging on the screen or using the
corresponding [Multi function knob].
The values that have been set with Nuage Fader are
applied to all channels on that bus. (The settings for “Left”
(channel) are also applied to “Right” (channel), even
though that channel does not appear on the screen.)
If the values for all channels on a bus are not the same, an
asterisk (*) is added after the parameter. (“HA GAIN*”, for
example)
Operation
Function
“HA GAIN”
Adjusts the gain.
“HA GC”
Turns the gain compensation on and off.
“HA HPF”
Turns the high pass filter on and off. You can
also adjust the filter frequency (20 – 600 Hz).
“HA +48V”
Turns +48 V phantom power on and off. To
turn on phantom power, press and hold down
[Multi function button A].
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Added support for
VST instruments control
(Nuage Master)
5 W (Write)
Turns “Write Automation” on (lit) and off (dark).
6 VST instrument name/library name
Shows the selected instrument and library.
You can control VST instruments on instrument tracks on
the CHANNEL CONTROL page.
7 Parameters
CHANNEL CONTROL – MAIN Page
Touch a parameter to control it with a [Multi function
knob]. Press [Multi function button B] to lock the value for
the parameter. Press the button once again to unlock the
value.
1 2
3
8 Library
Shows the library selection screen.
9 Up/Down
Scrolls through the parameters.
Added screen scrolling by
dragging (Nuage Master)
1 Instrument
Shows the instrument selection screen.
If a list does not fit on the [Multi Function Display], you can
now drag to scroll the screen.
2 Ch (Channel)
Shows the MIDI channel selection screen.
When a screen that can be scrolled is displayed, press
[CTRL] in the MODIFIER section and an arrow will appear
on the screen.
3 e (Edit)
Drag in the direction of the arrow to scroll the screen.
Shows the INST page (see below).
CHANNEL CONTROL – INST Page
1 2
1
3
4 5 6
7
8
9
(Nuendo)
Opens the “VST Instruments” screen. Click again to close
the screen.
2 Return
Returns to the MAIN page.
3 On/Off
Turns the VST instrument on (lit) and off (dark).
4 R (Read)
Turns “Read Automation” on (lit) and off (dark).
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Added support for track
visibility configuration
function (Nuage Master)
Added support for send
panning (Nuage Master)
Channel “Sends” can now be panned.
You can now use the “track visibility control” function of
Nuendo 6.5. This can greatly improve work efficiency on
large-scale projects.
CHANNEL CONTROL –
SENDS Page
TRACK LIST Page – Track Visibility View
1
1 2
2 3
4
1 LP (Link Panners)
Turns “Link Panners” on (lit) and off (dark).
1 Track Visibility
Switches to the Track Visibility view.
2 Filter Track Types
Use filters to select only the track types you want to
display.
3 Track Visibility Agents
2 SENDS PAN
Shows the SENDS PAN page (see below) for the
corresponding slot.
CHANNEL CONTROL –
SENDS PAN Page
Shows the command list for the track visibility
configuration function.
1 2
3
4 5
4 Track
Shows (light color) or hides (dark color) tracks. Hidden
tracks cannot be operated in the views on the TRACK
LIST page.
Added super fine mode
(Nuage Master, Nuage Fader)
1
(Nuendo)
Super fine mode allows finer adjustments of the
parameters on the CHANNEL STRIP.
Opens the Nuendo “Channel Settings” screen. Click again
to close the screen.
If you press [SHIFT] in the MODIFIER SECTION while
pressing a [Multi function knob] (fine mode), super fine
mode is enabled as long as [SHIFT] is pressed.
2 Return
In super fine mode, you can make finer adjustments
(using a [Multi function knob]) than when in fine mode.
3 Output destination
When [SHIFT] is released, you return to fine mode.
Returns to the SENDS page.
Shows the slot number and output destination.
4 BYP (Bypass)
Turns the “Bypass” on (lit) and off (dark).
5 Library
Shows the library selection screen.
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Added support for new
Nuendo 6.5 plug-in (Nuage
Master, Nuage Fader)
3 U7: ADR Status (ADR Status Indicator On/
You can now select [DYN] in the SECTION CONTROL
section to control the parameters of the new Nuendo 6.5
plug-in (Magneto II).
In ADR mode, the functions of the buttons in the
TRANSPORT section change.
You can also now control the Noise Gate parameters.
(The screen shown below is from Nuage Master. )
Off)
TRANSPORT Section
[PREROLL]
Turns Pre Roll on and off in Free Run mode.
This button does not function in any mode other than Free
Run.
[POSTROLL]
Turns Free Run mode on and off.
Added direct monitoring
settings (Nuage I/O)
You can now select an output for direct monitoring in
NUAGE I/O Setup.
Added support for additional
Nuendo 6.5 ADR functions
(Nuage Master)
Support has been added for the improved ADR functions
in Nuendo 6.5.
TRANSPORT – ADR Sub Page
2 3
1
To open the NUAGE I/O Setup screen, in the Nuendo
menu select “Devices”  “NUAGE I/O Setup”.
NOTE
• A maximum of 16 channels can be selected for direct
monitoring. You cannot select a bus that has more than 16
channels already assigned.
• Only one monitor bus for the Control Room in Nuendo can be
selected for direct monitoring.
NUAGE I/O Setup –
Direct Monitoring Screen
1
2
3
5
4
6
7
1 Free Run
Turns Free Run mode on and off.
For ADR on the User Assignable tab, U8 is fixed to Free
Run mode.
In addition, the following functions have been added to
the initial settings for the UserAssign button.
2 U3: Mute Guide CR (Control Room Guide
Track On/Off)
1 Dante Interface
Specifies the Dante Accelerator used by the DAW.
2 Add Channel
Adds an output bus for direct monitoring.
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3 Identify
Searches for the Dante Accelerator specified with “Dante
Interface”. When “Identify” is clicked, all LEDs for the
specified Dante Accelerator flash for a few seconds
simultaneously, and then stops automatically.
4 Refresh
Refreshes the direct monitoring channel list.
5 +/- (Show/Hide Channel)
Shows (+) or hides (-) the channels assigned to the bus.
6 Number of channels available for direct
monitoring
Shows the number of channels available for direct
monitoring.
7 Direct monitoring channel list
Added selection function for
Ethernet port to use with Avid
Pro Tools (NUAGE PT Bridge)
To use the Nuage controller as a control surface for Avid
Pro Tools, you must first configure NUAGE PT Bridge.
In previous versions, the Ethernet port for NUAGE PT
Bridge to communicate with the Nuage controller was
always selected automatically. In some cases, this
resulted in wireless LAN being selected.
In this version, manual selection has been added so that it
is easier to select the Ethernet port on the computer.
To select the Ethernet port, on the computer select
[System Preferences]  [NUAGE PT Bridge].
Network Screen
Shows the “Bus Name”, “Bus Type”, and “Device Port” of
buses selected for direct monitoring.
“Bus Type” shows if the channel selected for direct
monitoring is assigned to Output or Studio (Control
Room). You can remove a bus by selecting it under “Bus
Name”, right clicking, and then selecting [Delete] from the
context menu.
1
2
NOTE
See the following website for more information and cautions to
observe when using direct monitoring.
http://www.yamahaproaudio.com/
1 Configure
Set “Network Interface” to either “Automatically” or
“Manually”.
2 Network Interface
Select the port for connecting NUAGE series devices.
This option becomes available when “Configure” is set to
“Manually”.
About Screen
Shows the information for NUAGE PT Bridge.
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Added other various functions
(Nuage Master)
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SETUP Page
SETUP page is divided into three pages since the number
of configurable settings has been increased.
PAGE 1
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3 MUTE Button Behavior
Switches the behavior of [MUTE] on the channel strip.
When set to Continuous, pressing and holding [MUTE] on
one channel while pressing [MUTE] on another channel
will simultaneously turn on and off all “mute” functions for
every channel between those two channels.
When set to Toggle, “mute” is turned on and off only for
the channel on which [MUTE] is pressed.
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1
2
For the buttons used to adjust the pressing time for Smart
Switch Delay, the [TALK BACK] button and other buttons
can now be configured separately.
In addition, you can now select “Momentary” for
configurable parameters. When set to Momentary, the
parameter is on as long as the button is pressed,
regardless of the pressing time.
1 Talk Back
Switches the behavior of [TALK BACK] in the
COMMUNICATION section.
2 Others
Switches the behavior of [SHUTTLE], [SCROLL],
[SELECT], [ZOOM], [MOVE], or [VOLUME].
 Notes regarding the information in this
manual
• The illustrations and images in this manual are provided
to explain the operations and functions of this device.
Details might vary depending on the actual
specifications of your device.
• The company names and product names used in this
manual are trademarks and/or registered trademarks of
each company.
• In the interest of product improvement, the
specifications and design of this unit are subject to
change without notice.
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