Yamaha V1.2 Owner's Manual

Wireless DCP
Owner’s Manual
Introduction
Thank you for downloading the Wireless DCP app for Yamaha Matrix Processor MTX-series.
Wireless DCP allows these processors to be controlled remotely using smart devices. In specific
terms, it has been designed to allow users to control volumes and presets on MTX processors via
a simple, intuitive graphical interface from anywhere within wireless range.
The latest version of the firmware for MTX-series products can be downloaded from the following web site.
http://www.yamahaproaudio.com/
The descriptions in this document use display examples on an iOS device. If you are using an
Android device, the instructions are the same; simply follow along with the display on your
device.
Notices
• The Wireless DCP application and this manual are copyright of Yamaha Corporation.
• Copying of the Wireless DCP application or reproduction of this manual in whole or in part by any means
is expressly forbidden without the written consent of Yamaha Corporation.
• Yamaha Corporation makes no representations or warranties with regard to the use of the Wireless DCP
application and this manual and cannot be held responsible for the results of usage thereof.
• Screen displays as illustrated in this manual are for instructional purposes and may appear somewhat
different from those on your smart device.
• Apple, the Apple Logo, iPhone, iPod touch, iPad, and iOS are trademarks of Apple Inc., registered in the
U.S. and other countries.
• Android is a trademark of Google Inc.
• Company and product names used in this manual are trademarks or registered trademarks of their
respective companies.
• Future upgrades of the Wireless DCP application and any changes in specifications and functions will be
announced separately.
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Contents
1. System Requirements ....................................................................... 3
2. Getting Started................................................................................ 3
3. Configuration ................................................................................. 4
3.1 MTX Processor........................................................................................................4
3.2 iOS Device ...............................................................................................................7
3.3 Wireless DCP.........................................................................................................11
3.3.1 Offline Demo Mode ....................................................................................12
3.3.2 Making Connections...................................................................................14
3.3.3 Entering a PIN ............................................................................................15
3.3.4 Resetting PINs ...........................................................................................17
3.3.5 Manual IP ...................................................................................................18
4. Controller Screen........................................................................... 23
5. Preset Screen ............................................................................... 25
6. Player Screen ............................................................................... 26
7. Settings Screen............................................................................. 30
7.1
7.2
7.3
7.4
7.5
7.6
7.7
Overview................................................................................................................30
Selecting a Device..................................................................................................32
Changing PINs.......................................................................................................33
Staff Settings .........................................................................................................34
Device Date and Time ............................................................................................35
Style (Controller Formats) .....................................................................................36
Displaying App Information ...................................................................................37
8. Troubleshooting ............................................................................ 38
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1. System Requirements
• Smart devices supported:
iPhone (iPhone3GS or later), iPod touch (3rd generation or later), iPad
Android OS 4.2 or later
Please refer to the Yamaha Pro Audio website shown below for the latest tested Android devices
and OS versions.
http://www.yamahaproaudio.com
• Yamaha Matrix Processor MTX-series
• Wi-Fi access point (preferably with 802.11n, 5-GHz capability)
• Cat 5e cable (for connecting MTX processor and Wi-Fi access point)
2. Getting Started
Set up your Wi-Fi access point as described in the manual that came with it. While no special settings
are needed, we recommend using WPA security or the like in order to prevent unwanted devices from
joining the network. Less experienced Wi-Fi users may benefit from the following suggestions.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Assign a name to your wireless network.
Activate a security mode (such as WPA2) and set a password.
Select a wireless mode such as 802.11n or 802.11g.
If available, enable Auto Channel Selection so that the wireless channel with the lowest level
of interference will be automatically selected.
We recommend using 802.11n networks as they support faster communication between smart devices
and Wi-Fi access points. We also recommend using Wi-Fi access points with multiple external antennae as this makes it easier to connect to the network. For increased security, meanwhile, we recommend using a stealth mode or MAC address filtering.
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3. Configuration
3.1 MTX Processor
Using a Cat 5e cable, connect your Wi-Fi access point to the Network port on the MTX processor.
Insert an Ethernet switch as necessary.
Smart device
MTX processor
Wi-Fi access point
Ethernet
switch
Computer
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3. Configuration
Refer to the MTX setup manual for instructions on setting the MTX processor.
Configure Wireless DCP according to the MTX Editor User’s Manual.
 Setting the controllers (Wireless DCP dialog box)
 Setting the presets (Preset dialog box)
When the above settings are sent from the MTX Editor to the MTX processor (q), the Wireless
DCP operates to retrieve the contents (w).
Smart device
w
MTX processor
q
Computer
Wi-Fi access point
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3. Configuration
 Setting Up
Below are instructions for the basic configuration.
1. Check IP address mode of the MTX processor to which the Wireless DCP will be connected.
Check that DIP SW6 on the rear panel of the MTX processor is set to UNIT ID (upper position).
The IP address of the MTX processor is now set as the UNIT ID (i.e., 192.168.0.[UNIT ID]).
2. Set the PC’s IP address to DHCP (obtain an IP address automatically) for use with
MTX Editor. The PC will obtain its IP address from the DHCP server on the access
point.
3. Change the IP address of the Wi-Fi access point.
The IP address of the MTX processor and the Wi-Fi access point should be the same subnet. Use
192.168.0.254 for the access point Wi-Fi IP address, ensuring this does not conflict with any other
devices on the network, such as a gateway address. Refer to the user manual of your particular
access point to set the IP address of the Wi-Fi access point.
4. Configure the DHCP server function in the Wi-Fi access point.
The IP address of the Wi-Fi access point and the DHCP address range must not have the same IP
address as any other device (i.e., MTX/XMV) in the network. We recommend a setting the DHCP
address within the range of 192.168.0.150 to 192.168.0.200. Refer to the user manual of your particular access point. It is important to ensure that no IP addresses are duplicated by multiple devices.
5. Launch MTX Editor and configure the Device Configuration Wizard according to the
devices present.
6. Configure the Wireless DCP settings in MTX Editor and store them as a library.
7. Assign the Wireless DCP library to all presets requiring control.
8. Go online and synchronize to the devices.
This will send all configured settings to the MTX processors.
9. Recall the preset made in step 7 from MTX Editor or the front panel of the MTX processor.
10. Configure the Wi-Fi settings of the smart device.
Refer to the Wi-Fi configuration in “iOS Device” in section 3.2 about the iOS device.
11. Launch Wireless DCP on your smart device.
12. Confirm that the MTX processor is present in the “Select Device” screen.
If no MTX processor is present, turn off Wi-Fi in the smart device settings, then turn it back on again.
If the “Not connected” screen is displayed, check again that all presets to be controlled have the wireless DCP library assigned to them in MTX Editor; otherwise no MTX processor will be recognized by
the Wireless DCP. If the MTX processor is not automatically present in the “Select Device” screen
after the above settings are made, manually add the MTX processor’s IP address (3.3.5 Manual IP).
13. At the “Select Device” screen, select the MTX processor that you configured.
14. Unless a PIN (a four-digit number) has already been set, tap “Join” on the onscreen
keyboard.
15. The “Controller 1” screen will appear.
The Change PINs (page 33), and Staff Settings (page 34) can be configured according to the project.
NOTE
When changing previously configured Wireless DCP library settings, such as assigning parameters to switches and
knobs, the latest settings will not be reflected automatically on the smart device after going online to other devices.
The first time after going online, always recall the preset from the front panel or within MTX Editor.
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3. Configuration
3.2 iOS Device
1. Go to Settings. Tap Wi-Fi.
2. Turn on Wi-Fi.
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3. Configuration
3. Under Choose a Network…, select the WiFi access point to which the MTX processor
is connected.
4. Enter the Wi-Fi access point’s password.
Refer to Section 2. Getting Started for more
details.
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3. Configuration
5. Configure your network as follows. (Use Procedure 5-1 if the network assigns IP addresses automatically; use Procedure 5-2 if not.)
5-1. Select DHCP if the network’s DHCP
server automatically determines IP
addresses.
1. Verify that settings have been made for IP
Address, Subnet Mask, Router, and DNS.
2. Press the Home button to complete the network
setting process.
5-2. Select Static if you need to manually
set an IP address.
1. IP Address: For the first three numbers, use those
from the MTX processor’s IP address. Set a different value for the fourth number.
2. Subnet Mask: Enter “255.255.255.0”.
3. Router: Enter the IP address of the router or Wi-Fi
access point to be used.
4. Enter the IP address of the DNS or Wi-Fi access
point to be used.
5. Press the Home button to complete the network
setting process.
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3. Configuration
 Key points for network configuration
Smart device
MTX processor
Wi-Fi access point
Computer
1. The devices to be connected must have IP addresses from the same network (or subnet).
Good combination of settings
Incorrect combination of
settings
Router with integrated Wi-Fi*
and DNS
192.168.0.254
192.168.11.1
MTX processor
192.168.0.1
192.168.0.1
Smart device
192.168.0.200
192.168.11.50
Computer
192.168.0.253
192.168.0.253
*: If using a Wi-Fi access point that is not also a router, set the IP address for accessing it.
2. Eight smart devices running Wireless DCP can be connected to each MTX processor. (However, only one
device can be logged into with an administrator PIN.)
3. Connect the MTX processor to the LAN connector of the Wi-Fi access point.
If you connect to a WAN (Internet) connector, the smart device will not be able to communicate properly with
the MTX processor.
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3. Configuration
3.3 Wireless DCP
Tap the Wireless DCP app to launch it. The Select Device screen will be displayed.
Manual IP list button
Device list
DEMO button
The Manual IP screen will be
displayed. Refer to Section
3.3.5 Manual IP for details.
MTX processors available for
connection are displayed
here. When you select one,
the Enter PIN screen will be
displayed.
Tap DEMO on this screen to activate
Offline Demo mode. In this mode, you
can try out Wireless DCP functions and
the user interface without performing any
actual operations on the MTX processor.
If you launch Wireless DCP with Auto-connect mode active, the app will automatically reconnect to
the MTX processor it was most recently used with. You can use the Auto-connect switch to modify
this setting. Refer to Section 3.3.3 Entering a PIN for details.
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3. Configuration
 3.3.1 Offline Demo Mode
In Offline Demo mode, Wireless DCP disconnects from the MTX processor so you can try out the
app’s functions and user interface without performing any actual operations. To activate this
mode, tap DEMO on the Select Device screen.
Controller pane
Page button
Use this pane to try out the faders and buttons.
Tap to display the Select Page screen.
Controller 1 and
Controller 2 buttons
Tap to switch the Controller
pane’s display.
Preset button
Player button
Settings button
Tap to display the
Preset screen.
Tap to display the
Player screen.
Tap to display the
Settings screen.
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3. Configuration
 From Demo mode to Normal mode
On the Settings screen, tap Select Device... to display the Select Device screen. Here, you can
select the MTX processor to be controlled. When you do so, the Enter PIN screen will be displayed.
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3. Configuration
 3.3.2 Making Connections
On the Select Device screen, tap the MTX processor to be controlled.
When you select a processor, the Enter PIN screen will be displayed.
Information displayed
Upper line: Device name (configured using MTX Editor)
Lower line: Unit ID and model name
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3. Configuration
 3.3.3 Entering a PIN
Enter a valid PIN to connect to the selected MTX processor.
Reset button
Tap to display the Reset PIN screen.
Cancel button
Tap to return to the Select Device
screen without entering a PIN.
1
Auto-connect switch
Turn this switch on to connect automatically whenever the app is
launched.
2
 To enter a PIN
1. Enter your PIN using the keyboard.
2. Tap Join to connect to the MTX processor. Upon connection, the Controller 1 pane will be displayed.
NOTE
PINs take the form of a four-digit number, and none are set when the app is first launched. In this condition, it
is possible to log into Wireless DCP without entering a PIN by simply tapping Join. It is important, therefore, to
set PINs. Refer to Section 7.3 Changing PINs for details.
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3. Configuration
There are two different types of PIN—one for administrator, one for staff. As shown below, certain functions are available only when logged into the MTX processor using an administrator PIN.
Administrator
Staff
Preset


(but restricted by administrator)
Player


(but restricted by administrator)
Device Date and Time


(but restricted by administrator)
Change PIN

×
Staff Settings

×
Style


(offline demo mode only)
NOTE
If you assigned the same PIN for both administrator and staff, you will not be able to log in as staff.
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3. Configuration
 3.3.4 Resetting PINs
Reset the PINs for Wireless DCP.
 To reset PINs
1
1. Tap Reset to display the Reset PIN
screen. If, for example, you forget a PIN,
you can use this screen to reset (or
remove) it. Note that both administrator
and staff PINs are reset by this action.
2. Enter the MAC address of the MTX processor to connect using the keyboard.
You can check the MAC address from the
MTX Editor.
3. You will be asked to confirm that you wish
to reset the PINs. Tap Yes to do so.
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3. Configuration
 3.3.5 Manual IP
Add the IP address to connect the MTX processor and manually display the device for connection
on the device list.
 Entering the IP address
1
 Step A : List button
1. Tap the Manual IP list button to display the
Manual IP screen.
2. Tap the + button to display the Add IP
Address screen.
3. Enter the IP address using the keyboard.
3
4
4. Tap the Done button to check the added
IP address on the Manual IP screen.
Normally, MTX processors are automatically
detected and displayed on the Select Device list.
However, in rare cases auto-detection may not be possible with certain Wi-Fi device specifications.
In such cases, use the Manual IP function to instead
manually add the MTX processor’s IP address.
Once the IP address is added into the Manual IP list,
that MTX processor becomes available on the Select
Device list.
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3. Configuration
 Entering the IP address
1
 Step B : Device name
1. Tap and Hold (Long press) the device
name to display the pop-up screen for
confirming the IP address.
2. Tap the Yes button to add the device’s IP
address into the Manual IP list. An “Added”
popup message displays.
3. Tap the OK button.
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3. Configuration
You can edit the added IP address or delete it.
 Editing the IP address
1
1. Tap the IP address for editing to display
the Edit IP Address screen.
2. Edit the IP address as desired and tap the
Done button.
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3. Configuration
 Deleting the IP address
1
 Step A: Tap
1. Tap the trash button to delete the IP
address.
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3. Configuration
 Deleting the IP address
1
 Step B: Swipe
1. Swipe an IP address to display the delete
button.
2. Tap the delete button to delete the IP
address.
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4. Controller Screen
The Controller screen is used to remotely control the connected MTX processor.
Controller pane
Information displayed
Page button
This pane contains switches and
faders configured and arranged
using MTX Editor.
Upper line: Name of connected device
Lower line: Page name
Tap to display the Select
Page screen.
Controller 1 and
Controller 2 buttons
Tap to switch the Controller pane’s display.
Preset button
Player button
Settings button
Tap to display the Preset
screen. Refer to Section
5. Preset Screen for
details.
Tap to display the Player
screen. Refer to Section
6. Player Screen for
details
Tap to display the Settings screen. Refer to
Section 7. Settings
Screen for details.
The Controller screen displays controllers configured using MTX Editor. The positions of the faders
and switches can be edited using that application and saved as a preset. These presets can then be
recalled from the MTX processor’s main panel, a digital control panel (DCP), or this app. For more
details regarding controller settings, please refer to the MTX Editor Owner’s Manual.
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4. Controller Screen
 Page buttons
Using MTX Editor, four controller screens can be registered as pages.
On the Select Page screen, you can select the pages to be displayed in the Controller 1 and Controller 2
panes. Administrators can restrict the pages available for selection by staff. Refer to Section 7.4 Staff Settings for details.
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5. Preset Screen
The Preset screen is used to recall presets.
 Preset Recall
Device name
1. Select the preset to recall.
2. A prompt appears asking for confirmation of recalling the selected preset.
Tap Yes to confirm.
1
3. Preset recall is initiated.
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6. Player Screen
The Player screen is used to operate the SD Player.
It displays a list of MP3 and WAV files (below “song files”) stored in the SD memory card that is
inserted into the MTX processor’s SD memory card slot.
Use this screen to play desired song files.
The Browser screen displays the song files contained in the SD memory card. Use this screen to
browse the contents of the Root folder and its subfolders.
Device name
Folder name
Tap a folder name to display the contents of the
folder.
Tap a song file to display the screen
(page 27) for confirming playback.
Tap Root to display
the Root screen.
Tap the Play button to display the
Now Playing screen (page 28).
Device name
Folder name
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6. Player Screen
Use the screen below to confirm playback and select the play mode.
Song file name
Tap to play the song once and then stop.
Tap to play the song repeatedly.
Tap to play from the selected song to the last
song in the folder.
Tap to cancel playback and return focus to
the Browser screen.
Select the play mode to display the Now Playing screen (page 28).
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6. Player Screen
The Now Playing screen is used to select different playback options.
Play/Pause icon
Displays the Play icon during playback, or the Pause
icon when paused.
Tap Browser to go back
to the Browser screen.
Play mode icon
One
One Repeat
All
All Repeat
Shuffle
Song file name
Folder name
Speaker icon
Indicates the current song.
Displays a list of the songs
in the folder.
Previous button
Stop button
Play/Pause button
Next button
Moves to the beginning of
the current song. (If the
position is already at the
beginning, this moves to
the beginning of the previous song.)
Stops playback.
Starts or Pauses playback.
Moves to the next
song.
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6. Player Screen
Play mode icon toggles the display.
One
Play the song one time and then stop.
One Repeat
Repeatedly play a single song.
All
Play from the current song to the last song in the folder and then stop.
All Repeat
Repeatedly play all songs of the current folder in order.
Shuffle
Randomly play all songs in the current folder.
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7. Settings Screen
7.1 Overview
The Settings screen is used to set various Wireless DCP parameters.
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7. Settings Screen
As shown below, certain items in the Settings screen are available only when logged into the MTX
processor using an administrator PIN.
Administrator
Staff
Select Device


Change PIN

×
Staff Settings

×
Device Date and Time


(but restricted by administrator)
Style

×
About


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7. Settings Screen
7.2 Selecting a Device
Information on the currently connected MTX processor is shown in the Select Device field. In addition, you can tap Select Device... to connect to a different MTX processor.
 To connect to a different
device
1. Tap Select Device... .
2. You will be asked to confirm that you
wish to disconnect from the current
MTX processor. Tap Yes to do so.
3. The Select Device screen will be displayed. Refer to Section 3.3.2 Making
Connections for details on how to proceed.
Device name, unit ID, and model name are displayed here.
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7. Settings Screen
7.3 Changing PINs
Tap Change PIN to modify the PINs set for Wireless DCP on the currently connected MTX processor.
 To change a PIN
1
2
3
1. Select the type of PIN to be changed
(i.e., administrator or staff).
2. Enter the current PIN.
3. Enter the new PIN.
4. Re-enter the new PIN for confirmation.
5. A message will be displayed to indicate that the PIN has been successfully changed. Tap OK to continue.
4
6
6. Tap Settings to return to the top level
of the Settings screen.
NOTE
PINs can be changed only when
logged into the MTX processor using
an administrator PIN.
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7. Settings Screen
7.4 Staff Settings
Using the Staff Settings screen, you can select the pages and functions that will be available for selection by staff.
3
 Staff Settings
1. Tap individual pages to select them.
NOTE
These settings apply to all presets.
2. Tap switches to set functions that are
available to staff.
1
3. Tap Settings to return to the top level
of the Settings screen.
NOTE
• Staff pages can be selected only
when logged into the MTX processor using an administrator PIN.
• This setting is saved locally per
smart device. Also, you can change
the settings connected for each
MTX processor.
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7. Settings Screen
7.5 Device Date and Time
Set the internal clock of MTX processor to the date and time of the smart device.
 Device Date and Time
1. Tap Set.
2. A message appears prompting you to
set the device. Tap Yes to confirm.
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7. Settings Screen
7.6 Style (Controller Formats)
This determines the operational formats for Controllers 1 and 2.
 Select the style or controller format.
1. Select the desired format from the
two displayed.
If you’ve selected the format with the
rotary knob, you can specify the operation below:
• Rotate button
Operates by moving along
the knob.
• Cross button
Operates vertically/horizontally in cross pattern.
1
2. Tap Controller 1 or Controller 2 to use
the selected format.
3. You can confirm the format on the
Controller screen.
2
 Example formats:
Four switches
NOTE
• Refer to the MTX Editor User’s Manual for setting
the controllers of switches and rotary knobs.
• This setting is saved locally per smart device.
Also, you can change the settings for each connected MTX processor.
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7. Settings Screen
7.7 Displaying App Information
Tap About to display the current version number, copyright details, and other information about the
Wireless DCP app.
Settings button
Version
Tap to return to the top level of the Settings screen.
Displays the current Wireless DCP version.
Legal
Displays open source licenses and other library-related information.
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8. Troubleshooting
 No Wi-Fi available
Possible cause
• Wi-Fi is turned off.
• The smart device is not connected to a Wi-Fi access point.
Action
Refer to Setting Up (page 6) and Section 3.2 iOS Device.
• If the connection is periodically lost:
You should also ensure that the IP addresses of the router and
DNS have been set.
 Failed to establish connection
Possible cause
• Incorrect network settings on the smart device.
• MTX processor is turned off.
• Already connected to a different smart device.
Action
Refer to Section 3.1 MTX Processor and Section 3.2 iOS Device.
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8. Troubleshooting
 Connection has been lost
Possible cause
• MTX processor is turned off.
• The smart device is out of Wi-Fi range.
• Connection is lost when the smart device is locked.
Action (for the iOS device)
Tap Reconnect to reconnect to the MTX processor, and continue
controlling it.
If this message occurs frequently, we recommend that you set the
iOS device’s auto-lock time to Never as described below.
1. Go to Settings on your iOS device.
2. Tap General.
3. Tap Auto-Lock and select Never.
 Not connected
Possible cause
• Another smart device is already connected to the selected MTX
processor.
• The smart device has become disconnected from the Wi-Fi
access point due to weak signal.
• The network settings are invalid.
• No Wireless DCP settings have been registered in any MTX processor presets.
Action
Refer to Section 3.1 MTX Processor.
Eight smart devices running Wireless DCP can be connected to
each MTX processor.
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8. Troubleshooting
 Log-in failed
Possible cause
You have logged in with an administrator PIN to an MTX processor
to which another smart device for an administrator is already connected.
Action
One smart device can be connected for an administrator, and
another one can be connected for a staff member.
 Emergency mode
The MTX processor is set to Emergency Mode in the case of a
disaster.
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8. Troubleshooting
 Emergency Notification
The MTX processor is set to Emergency Mode in the case of a
disaster.
 Failed Internet connection
Possible cause
Attempting access to the Internet via the Wi-Fi access point (or
router).
Action
Make sure the Wi-Fi device is set properly, for example, with no
redirect setting.
Note that Internet connection is not required in order for Wireless
DCP to connect to an MTX processor.
For details on setting instructions, contact the device’s dealer.
 To disable automatic connection
• Step A : From the Controller screen
1. Tap Settings in Wireless DCP.
2. On the Settings screen, tap Select Device.
3. As described in “To connect to a different device” (page 32),
select the MTX processor being controlled.
4. Automatic connection will be disabled when the Enter PIN
screen is displayed.
• Step B : Start-up
1. Tap Cancel when the Enter PIN screen is displayed.
2. Automatic connection will be disabled when the Select Device
screen is displayed.
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8. Troubleshooting
 Difficulty moving multiple faders
(for the iPad)
Possible cause
If Multitasking Gestures is turned on, it may not be possible to move
more than three faders simultaneously in Wireless DCP.
Action
When using this app on your iPad, therefore, we recommend that
you turn Multitasking Gestures off as described below.
1. Go to Settings on your iPad.
2. Tap General.
3. Tap the Multitasking Gestures switch to turn it off.
 Difficulty operating multiple
switches (for the iOS device)
Possible cause
If Zoom is turned on, it may not be possible to operate more than
three switches simultaneously in Wireless DCP.
Action
When using this app on your iOS device, we recommend that you
turn Zoom off as described below.
1.
2.
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 Difficulty operating player and setting presets
Go to Settings on your iOS device.
Tap General.
Tap Accessibility.
Tap the Zoom switch to turn it off.
Possible cause
• The firmware for the MTX processor is an older version.
• Offline demo mode state.
Action
Use the latest version of the firmware for MTX processor.
Use MTX Editor to update the firmware for the MTX processor or
check the firmware version.
Refer to the MTX Editor User’s Manual.
C.S.G., PA Development Division
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