Yamaha DSP5D Installation guide

DSP5D Editor
Installation Guide
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DSP5D Editor
The DSP5D Editor enables you to remotely monitor/control the Yamaha DSP5D digital mixing system, save the
parameter settings on your computer, and also prepare the DSP5D settings beforehand by editing the parameters
offline.
Installing the Software
Procedures
Windows
1
Verify that your system meets the operating requirements of each software program.
page 4
2
Install the Studio Manager and each Editor.
page 4
3
Install the Driver to your computer.
page 5
4
Configure the network settings.
page 6
5
Start up the Studio Manager, then start up the Editor.
page 8
For subsequent operations, refer to the PDF manual from the [HELP] menu in each software program.
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Software installation
Minimum System Requirements
The system requirements below may differ slightly depending on the particular operating system.
OS
Windows 7
Windows Vista
Windows XP
Mac OS X
: Ultimate/Professional/Home Premium
: Ultimate/Enterprise/Business/Home Premium/Home Basic
: Professional SP2 or later/Home Edition SP2 or later/Tablet PC Edition 2005
: 10.5.8/10.6.x
Hard Disk
100MB or more
Display
1024 x 768 pixels or higher; High Color (16-bit) or higher
Other
Pointing device such as a mouse, Ethernet (100BASE-TX/10BASE-T) port
Windows Vista / 7
CPU
32bit : 1.4GHz or higher Intel Core/Pentium/Celeron family processor
64bit : Intel 64 compatible processor
Available Memory
1GB or more (2GB or more on Windows 7 64-bit)
Windows XP
CPU
800MHz or higher Intel Core/Pentium/Celeron family processor
Available Memory
512MB or more
Mac OS X
CPU
Intel Core family processor
Available Memory
1GB or more
n The Minimum System Requirements described above are applied to the DSP5D Editor version 2.2.5 (2.2.6 for Mac). Keep in mind that
the software is often updated and the system requirements are subject to change. You can check the latest version information of each
program and its system requirements at the following website
http://www.yamahaproaudio.com/
The system requirements may differ slightly depending on the particular computer.
Installing software
To use DSP5D Editor, you’ll need to install the following software programs. Follow the appropriate instructions
below.
• Studio Manger
• DSP5D Editor
• DME-N Network Driver (for Windows) / Network-MIDI Driver (for Mac)
Studio Manager Installation
Studio Manager is a cross-platform application that enables you to use multiple Editor programs for remotely
controlling Yamaha hardware from your computer, and allows you to save the Editor settings for instant recall.
For specific instructions on using the software, refer to the PDF manual from the [HELP] menu in the Studio
Manager and each Editor.
You can download the latest version of Studio Manager at the following website. For specific installation instructions, refer to
the installation guide included in the downloaded file.
http://www.yamahaproaudio.com/
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DSP5D Editor Installation
Follow the instructions below to install the software programs.
1
Double-click “setup.exe” (Windows) or “Install DSP5D Editor.pkg” (Mac) in the compressed file
(you have downloaded).
A setup dialog of DSP5D Editor is displayed.
n When running under Windows Vista / 7, the “User Account Control” dialog box may appear. Click [Continue] or [Yes].
2
Follow the on-screen instructions to install the software.
n For specific instructions on using the software, refer to the PDF manual from the [HELP] menu in each program.
Driver Installation
To operate the DSP5D from your computer via Ethernet, you’ll need to install the DME-N Network Driver software or
the Network-MIDI Driver software. You’ll also need to set up DME-N Network Driver or the Network-MIDI Driver after
installation. For details, refer to the “DME-N Network Driver Installation Guide for DSP5D” or the “Network-MIDI
Driver Installation Guide.”
You’ll refer to “Network Settings” for the set values of DSP5D and your computer (page 6.)
DME-N Network and Network-MIDI Driver are software that transfers MIDI data back and forth between your
computer and the DSP5D via Ethernet cable. Connect the computer to the DSP5D by using an Ethernet cable via a
network switch. When you connect the computer to the DSP5D directly, you can use either a crossover or straight
cable.
Ethernet cable
Editor
Ethernet cable
Network switch
or
Ethernet cable
Driver
Computer
DSP5D
You can download the latest version of DME-N Network Driver and Network-MIDI Driver at the following website. For specific
installation instructions, refer to the installation guide.
http://www.yamahaproaudio.com/
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Network Settings
Network settings of the DSP5D
• When connecting the computer to the DSP5D directly.
You can use the following initial settings. If you don’t know the current network settings, you can restore the
following initial settings by initializing the internal memory.
IP address
192.168.0.129
Gateway address
192.168.0.1
Subnet mask
255.255.255.0
• When you connect the computer to the DSP5D via LAN.
Set the appropriate address in accordance with LAN.
Your computer and the DSP5D should exist in the same subnet in the same network address.
The DSP5D is Class C device. If you set the IP address, the first three numbers are set same value at your
computer and the DSP5D.
IP address
Sets the IP address so that it does not conflict with the IP address of any other device on
the network.
Gateway address
If you set the IP address, the first three numbers are automatically set. Set the last number
of the IP address of the gateway when the gateway exists. Set the vacant address when
the gateway does not exist.You should set the address in the same subnet as IP
address.The address should be set in the same subnet as IP address within LAN in which
the subnet is set.
Subnet mask
Use an initial setting of [255.255.255.0] in LAN environment in which the subnet is not set.
Network settings of the computer
If you are connecting the DSP5D to your computer in a one-to-one connection, we recommend that you make the
following settings.
IP address
192.168.0.3
Subnet mask
255.255.255.0 (Fixed)
Default gateway (Router)
192.168.0.1
n The DSP5D cannot be directly connected if the IP address is assigned automatically.
Please contact your network administrator for further detail.
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Getting Started
Overview of Studio Manager
Studio Manager is a cross-platform application that enables you use multiple Editor programs for remotely
controlling Yamaha hardware from your computer, and allows you to save the Editor settings for instant recall.
Open an Editor from
Studio Manager
Synchronize
PM5D V2
PM5DV2 Editor
Synchronize
Studio Manager
DSP5D
DSP5D Editor
Synchronize
LS9
LS9 Editor
The settings of each Editor can be saved and recalled together from Studio Manager. In other words, you can
change the settings of your entire system in a single operation by recalling the settings for multiple devices from
Studio Manager. This capability is referred to as “Recall.”
When you want to save setting files, you can do this from Studio Manager to recall multiple devices at once, or from
an individual Editor to recall only a specific device.
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Starting and setting up Studio Manager
You’ll need to perform the following setup in order to use the Editors in Studio Manager.
1
Start up Studio Manager.
For Windows:
Click the [Start] button, place your mouse cursor over [Programs (All Programs)] → [YAMAHA Studio Manager],
then click [Studio Manager].
For Mac OS X:
Select and open the “Applications” folder, the “YAMAHA” folder, then the “StudioManager” folder, then doubleclick “SM2.”
2
Set up Studio Manager.
For details, refer to the PDF manual, found in the [Help] menu on the Studio Manager.
n On the Macintosh, do not execute the Studio Manager via Rosetta. The DSP5D Editor cannot be added to the Studio Manager via
Rosetta.
3
Start up each Editor.
In the Studio Manager window, double-click the icon for each Editor.
Studio Manager window
4
Set up each Editor.
For details, refer to the PDF manual, found in the [Help] menu on each Editor.
5
Synchronize each Editor with your mixing console.
For details, refer to the PDF manual, found in the [Help] menu on each Editor.
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Uninstall (removing the installed application)
To remove the installed Editors and Studio Manager if using Windows:
When using Windows Vista / 7
Select [Start] → [Control Panel] → [Programs and Features] or [Uninstall a program], then select the application to
be removed and click [Uninstall/Change].
Follow the on-screen instructions to unistall the application.
If the “User Account Control” window appears, click [Continue] or [Yes].
When using Windows XP
Select [START] → [Control Panel] → [Add/Remove Programs] → [Install/Uninstall], then select the application to be
removed and click [Add/Remove...].
Follow the on-screen instructions to uninstall the application.
Troubleshooting
When controlling the DSP5D from your computer via Ethernet, the DSP5D does not operate
correctly.
• Have you installed the latest DME-N Network or the latest Network-MIDI Driver?
• Is the Ethernet cable connected correctly?
Connect the computer to the DSP5D by using an Ethernet cable via a network switch or router. When you connect the
computer to the DSP5D directly, you can use either a crossover or straight cable. ............................... DSP5D Owner’s Manual
• Is the DME-N Network Driver or the Network-MIDI Driver set up appropriately?
Did you enter an appropriate IP address?
.....................................................DME-N Network Driver Installation Guide for DSP5D, Network-MIDI Driver Installation Guide
• Is the computer network setup appropriate?
Please confirm the computer network settings.
.....................................................DME-N Network Driver Installation Guide for DSP5D, Network-MIDI Driver Installation Guide
• Are the settings of the DSP5D and network devices (including network switches) appropriate?
......................................................................................................... DSP5D Owner’s Manual, Network device’s Owner’s Manual
• Have you selected an appropriate network ports both in the Studio Manager and DSP5D Editor?
.......................................................................................................................................................DSP5D Editor Owner’s Manual
• Is the firewall Anti Virus (security) function enabled?
In that case, you might experience problems controlling DSP5D.
.....................................................DME-N Network Driver Installation Guide for DSP5D, Network-MIDI Driver Installation Guide
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