ATDM-0604 IP Control Protocol Specifications - Audio

ATDM-0604
IP Control Protocol Specifications
DIGITAL SMARTMIXER
Table of Contents
1
Preface............................................................................................................................................................1
1.1
Purpose of this document ...........................................................................................................................1
1.2
Definition of technical terms/Numerical value regulation ...........................................................................1
2
Basic Specification..........................................................................................................................................2
2.1
Transmission Interface ................................................................................................................................2
2.2
Command Protocol .....................................................................................................................................3
2.2.1
Common Command.............................................................................................................................3
2.2.2
Set Command/Get Command .............................................................................................................4
2.2.3
ACK......................................................................................................................................................5
2.2.4
NAK......................................................................................................................................................5
2.2.5
Answer .................................................................................................................................................6
2.2.6
Information ...........................................................................................................................................6
2.2.7
Request................................................................................................................................................7
3
Table of commands.........................................................................................................................................8
4
TCP communication .................................................................................................................................... 10
4.1
Communication control ............................................................................................................................ 10
4.1.1
Start of communication ...................................................................................................................... 11
4.1.2
Control sequence............................................................................................................................... 11
4.1.3
Communication error ........................................................................................................................ 13
4.1.4
End of communication ...................................................................................................................... 14
4.2
Command details ..................................................................................................................................... 15
4.2.1
Factory Default Setting Request ...................................................................................................... 16
4.2.2
Permission Setting Change Request ............................................................................................... 17
4.2.3
Permission Setting Acquisition Request ........................................................................................... 18
4.2.4
Network Setting Change Request .................................................................................................... 19
4.2.5
Network Setting Acquisition Request ............................................................................................... 20
4.2.6
Firmware Version Acquisition Request ............................................................................................. 21
4.2.7
Header Color Setting Change Request ............................................................................................ 22
4.2.8
Header Color Setting Acquisition Request ....................................................................................... 22
4.2.9
Audio-Technica LINK Mode Setting Change Request ..................................................................... 23
4.2.10
Audio-Technica LINK Mode Setting Acquisition Request................................................................. 23
4.2.11
Connected Device Limit Setting Change Request ........................................................................... 24
4.2.12
Connected Device Limit Setting acquisition Request ...................................................................... 25
4.2.13
Audio System Setting Change Request ........................................................................................... 26
4.2.14
Audio System Setting Acquisition Request ...................................................................................... 27
4.2.15
Front Panel Restriction Setting Change Request ............................................................................ 28
4.2.16
Front Panel Restriction Setting Acquisition Request ........................................................................ 29
4.2.17
Input Gain&Level Setting Change Request ..................................................................................... 30
4.2.18
Input Gain&Level Setting Acquisition Request ................................................................................. 31
4.2.19
Output Level Setting Change Request ............................................................................................. 32
4.2.20
Output Level Setting Acquisition Request ........................................................................................ 33
4.2.21
Input Channel Setting Change Request ........................................................................................... 34
4.2.22
Input Channel Setting Acquisition Request ...................................................................................... 35
4.2.23
Output Channel Setting Change Request ........................................................................................ 37
4.2.24
Output Channel Setting Acquisition Request ................................................................................... 38
4.2.25
Input EQ Setting Change Request ................................................................................................... 39
4.2.26
Input EQ Setting Acquisition Request .............................................................................................. 40
4.2.27
Output EQ Setting Change Request ................................................................................................ 41
4.2.28
Output EQ Setting Acquisition Request............................................................................................ 42
4.2.29
FBS Setting Change Request .......................................................................................................... 43
4.2.30
FBS Setting Acquisition Request ...................................................................................................... 44
4.2.31
FBS Common Setting Change Request........................................................................................... 45
4.2.32
FBS Common Setting Acquisition Request ...................................................................................... 46
4.2.33
Dynamics&Delay Setting Change Request ...................................................................................... 47
4.2.34
Dynamics&Delay Setting Acquisition Request ................................................................................. 48
4.2.35
AEC Setting Change Request .......................................................................................................... 49
4.2.36
AEC Setting Acquisition Request ..................................................................................................... 50
4.2.37
AEC Calibration Test Request .......................................................................................................... 51
4.2.38
AEC Calibration Start Request ......................................................................................................... 52
4.2.39
AEC Calibration Stop Request ......................................................................................................... 52
4.2.40
USB Out Setting Change Request ................................................................................................... 53
4.2.41
USB Out Setting Acquisition Request .............................................................................................. 54
4.2.42
Smart Mix Setting Change Request ................................................................................................. 55
4.2.43
Smart Mix Setting acquisition Request............................................................................................. 56
4.2.44
Smart Mix Common Setting Change Request ................................................................................. 57
4.2.45
Smart Mix Common Setting acquisition Request ............................................................................. 58
4.2.46
Logging Setting Change Request .................................................................................................... 59
4.2.47
Logging Setting Acquisition Request ................................................................................................ 60
4.2.48
Web Remote Operator Page Common Setting Change Request ................................................... 61
4.2.49
Web Remote Operator Page Common Setting Acquisition Request ............................................... 62
4.2.50
Web Remote Operator Page Channel Setting Change Request ..................................................... 63
4.2.51
Web Remote Operator Page Channel Setting Acquisition Request ............................................. 64
4.2.52
Preset Load Request ........................................................................................................................ 66
4.2.53
Preset Save Request ........................................................................................................................ 66
4.2.54
Preset Name Change Request ........................................................................................................ 67
4.2.55
Preset Name Acquisition Request .................................................................................................... 68
4.2.56
Boot Up Preset Setting Change Request ......................................................................................... 69
4.2.57
Boot Up Preset Setting Acquisition Request .................................................................................... 69
4.2.58
File Transfer Request ....................................................................................................................... 70
4.2.59
File Transfer Cancelling Request ..................................................................................................... 71
4.2.60
Export Request ................................................................................................................................. 72
4.2.61
Import Request ................................................................................................................................. 73
4.2.62
Level Meter Interval Change Request .............................................................................................. 73
4.2.63
Level Meter Acquisition Request ...................................................................................................... 74
4.2.64
Identify Request ................................................................................................................................ 75
4.2.65
Date Setting Request ....................................................................................................................... 76
4.2.66
Reboot Request ................................................................................................................................ 76
5
UDP communication .................................................................................................................................... 77
5.1
Communication control ............................................................................................................................ 77
5.1.1
Start of communication ..................................................................................................................... 77
5.1.2
Control sequence.............................................................................................................................. 77
5.1.3
Communication error ........................................................................................................................ 77
5.1.4
End of communication ...................................................................................................................... 77
5.2
Command details ..................................................................................................................................... 78
5.2.1
Level Meter Notice ............................................................................................................................ 78
5.2.2
Open Channel State Notice .............................................................................................................. 79
5.2.3
Can Cut Notice ................................................................................................................................. 80
5.2.4
Recall Preset Notice ......................................................................................................................... 80
5.2.5
Input Gain Level Setting Notice ........................................................................................................ 81
5.2.6
Output level Setting Notice ............................................................................................................... 81
5.2.7
FBS Notice ........................................................................................................................................ 82
5.2.8
Web Remote Operator Page Setting Notice .................................................................................... 82
6
Appendix ...................................................................................................................................................... 83
6.1
Fader Table .............................................................................................................................................. 83
6.2
Frequency Table....................................................................................................................................... 84
6.3
Q Value Table ........................................................................................................................................... 85
6.4
EQ Gain Table .......................................................................................................................................... 85
6.5
Input Gain Table ....................................................................................................................................... 86
6.6
Transfer data kind .................................................................................................................................... 86
1
Preface
This document refers to the command specification of the ATDM-0604 developed by audio-technica Limited.
The following table defines technical terms and numerical values, which are used in this document.
Technical Term
Host
Device
AT Device
Message
Command
Parameter
Definition
Device, which outputs the control commands. Refers to application software and
control devices.
Device, which receives control commands.
Refers to devices developed by audio-technica.
A character string, which is embedded in a data format and sent and received with
one message.
A command to control a device. Embedded in a message.
Used in combination with commands. A setting value, which defines the operation
of a command.
<Numerical values>
Binary code・・・・Shown with a “b” after the character string.
Hexadecimal system・・・Shown with an “0x” before the character string.
1
Example: 1010 0110b
Example: 0xA6
2
Basic Specification
The IP control function executes the operation of the ATDM-0604 through TCP or UDP protocol.
No
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
1
Table 2-1 Communication Interface
Item
Content
Remarks
Communication type
Full duplex
Transfer rate
10Mbps / 100Mbps
Port number
TBD
1
Maximum data lentgh
287byte (including “Carriage Ethernet header 32byte, Control
Return”)
command 255byte
Connector type
Device: RJ45 connector
(10/100Mbps suitable)
Cable: More than CAT5e
File Transfer Request and Export Request are exceptions.
2
Transmitting and receiving commands are classified as follows.
No
1.
2.
Command
Set Command
Get Command
3.
4.
5.
6.
ACK
NAK
Answer
Information
7.
Request
Table 2-2 Communication Interface
Content
Remarks
Action Command
Changes ATDM-0604 settings
Action Command
ATDM-0604 setting; Status
acquisition
Acknowledgment
Response to “Set Command”
Negative Acknowledgment
Response to “Set Command”
Setting Status Notification
Answer to “Get Command”
Changing Status Notification
ATDM-0604 setting; Information on
changing status
Action Request
Executes action request to Host
①
For delimiter, half-width space (␣:0x20) will be used.
②
Commands use basically ASCII code. For specific commands UTF-8 is used (Example: Device naming
etc.)
The termination of a command is CR(0x0d).
③
[Example]
s_permission̺S̺0000̺00̺NC̺”ATDM-0604”,0,,,,,,,,,̺↲
factory̺ACK̺↲
factory̺NAK̺01̺↲
g_permission̺0000̺00̺NC̺”ATDM-0604”,0,,,,,,,,,̺↲
MD open_channel_notice̺0000̺00̺NC̺0,0,0,0,0,0̺↲
 ̺・・・ means space
 ↲・・・ means CR(0x0d)
 ・・・ means command parameter
3
The table below shows command protocol of the action commands.
No.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Table 2-3 Command protocol of action commands
Item
Content
Size
Remarks
Command
Command string
5byte
Refer to “3.Table of commands”
Handshake
Sequence
execution 1byte
H: Handshake method (Unused)
Select
system
O: One-Way method
S: ACK/NAK format
Model ID
Unused
4byte
Fixed 0000
Unit No
Unused
2byte
Fixed 00
Continue
Divided message system 2byte
NC: No divided message
Select
CS: Head of divided message
CM: Divided message
CE: End of divided message
Parameter
Command parameter
0byte~ Refer to chapter 4
End Character Sign for end of message 1byte
CR (0x0D)
When a command is sent by the host, the following parameters can be abbreviated. This is done by using
comma (,) punctuation for unspecified data.
Example. When a whole abbreviation of the parameter
[Example] s_permission̺S̺0000̺00̺NC̺,,,,,,,,,,̺↲
However, depending on the command

“Error” can occur when a whole abbreviation of the parameter

“Unspecified” can occur when no abbreviation of the parameter
Cases above and parameters which cannot be abbreviated are described by each command from chapter
4.2 on.
4
Below, is the acknowledgment command format.
Table 2-4 Response to the acknowledgment command format
Item
Content
size
Remarks
Command
Command string
5byte
Refer to “3.Table of commands”
ACK
ACK
3byte
Fixed ACK
End Character Sign for end of message
1byte
CR (0x0D)
No
1.
2.
3.
Below, is the negative acknowledgment command format.
Table 2-5
Item
Command
NAK
Error Code
End Character
No
1.
2.
3.
4.
Response to negative acknowledgment command format
Content
size
Remarks
Command string
5byte
Refer to “3.Table of commands”
NAK
3byte
Fixed NAK
Error code
2byte
Refer to Table 2-6
Sign for end of message
1byte
CR (0x0D)
Below, are the error codes.
Error code
01
Error content
Grammar error
02
Invalid command
03
04
Divided
Transmission Error
Parameter error
05
90
92
93
99
Transmit timeout
Busy
Busy (Safe Mode)
Busy (Extension)
Other errors
Table 2-6 Error Code
Remarks
・ No mandatory request
・ Failure in mandatory request command string
・ Defined length of a command string is not appropriate
・ Max. length of command string including line feed code is
exceeded
・ Cannot find command
(Refers to an unknown command or a command, which the device
cannot use.)
・ Referred to “CM” or “CE” in a state, when “CS” Continue Select
is not received.
・ Refers to an invalid channel
・ Parameter is out of the defined range
・ When trying to change a parameter, which cannot be changed
(i.e. change “Priority” during talk,...)
Unused
Unable to process due to busy state
Unable to process due to p-Fail (power interruption)
Unable to process due to Extension mode
Other errors than above
5
Below, is the setting status notification.
No
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
Table 2-7 Command format of setting status notification
Item
Content
size
Remarks
Command
Command string
5byte
Refer to “3.Table of commands”
Model ID
Unused
4byte
Fixed 0000
Unit No
Unused
2byte
Fixed 00
Continue
Divided message system 2byte
NC: No divided message
Select
CS: Head of divided message
CM: Divided message
CE: End of divided message
Parameter
Command parameter
0byte~ Refer to chapter 4
End Character Sign for end of message 1byte
CR (0x0D)
Below, is the changing status notification.
No
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Table 2-8 Command format of changing status notification
Item
Content
size
Remarks
Modify
MD
2byte
Fixed MD
Command
Command string
5byte
Refer to “3.Table of commands”
Model ID
Unused
4byte
Fixed 0000
Unit No
Unused
2byte
Fixed 00
Continue
Divided message system 2byte
NC: No divided message
Select
CS: Head of divided message
CM: Divided message
CE: End of divided message
Parameter
Command parameter
0byte~ Refer to chapter 4 & 5
End Character Sign for end of message 1byte
CR (0x0D)
6
Below, is the requesting status notification.(ATDM-0604 では未使用)
No
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
Item
Request
Table 2-9 Command format of c status notification
Content
size
Remarks
RQ
2byte
Fixed RQ
Command
Command string
5byte
Refer to “3.Table of commands”
Model ID
Unused
4byte
Fixed 0000
Unit No
Unused
2byte
Fixed 00
Continue
Select
Divided message system
2byte
NC: No divided message
CS: Head of divided message
CM: Divided message
CE: End of divided message
Parameter
Command parameter
0byte~
End Character
Sign for end of message
1byte
7
CR (0x0D)
3
Table of commands
No
Category
1.
System
Setting
Command
Table 3-1 Table of commands
Command Name
Remarks
set
factory_settings
2.
3.
4.
5.
6.
7.
8.
s_permission
g_permission
s_network
g_network
g_firmware_version
s_header_color
g_header_color
9.
s_link
10.
g_link
11.
s_connected_limit
12.
g_connected_limit
13.
14.
s_audio_system
g_audio_system
15.
s_front_panel
16.
g_front_panel
17.
Audio Setting
s_input_gain_level
Factory Default Setting Request
Permission Setting Change Request
Permission Setting Acquisition Request
Network Setting Change Request
Network Setting Acquisition Request
Firmware Version Acquisition Request
Header Color Setting Change Request
Header Color Setting Acquisition Request
Audio-Technica LINK Mode Setting Change
Request
Audio-Technica LINK Mode Setting
Acquisition Request
Connected Device Limit Setting Change
Request
Connected Device Limit Setting acquisition
Request
Audio System Setting Change Request
Audio System Setting Acquisition Request
Front Panel Restriction Setting Change
Request
Front Panel Restriction Setting Acquisition
Request
Changes from current state to factory default
setting
Changes permission setting of Administrator
Acquires permission setting of Administrator
Changes network setting
Acquires network setting
Acquires firmware version of the ATDM-0604
Changes Header Color setting
Acquires Header Color setting
Changes Audio-Technica LINK Mode setting
Changes Front Panel Control setting
18.
g_input_gain_level
19.
20.
21.
22.
23.
24.
25.
26.
s_output_level
g_output_level
s_input_channel_settings
g_input_channel_settings
s_output_channel_settings
g_output_channel_settings
s_input_eq
g_input_eq
27.
s_output_eq
Output EQ Setting Change Request
Changes Output 12Band EQ setting
28.
29.
30.
31.
32.
33.
g_output_eq
s_fbs
g_fbs
s_fbs_general
g_fbs_general
s_dynamics_delay
Output EQ Setting Acquisition Request
FBS Setting Change Request
FBS Setting Acquisition Request
FBS Common Setting Change Request
FBS Common Setting Acquisition Request
Dynamics&Delay Setting Change Request
Acquires Output 12Band EQ setting
Changes FBS setting
Acquires FBS setting
Changes FBS Common setting
Acquires FBS Common setting
Changes Dynamics&Delay setting
8
info
16
○
17
18
19
20
21
22
22
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
23
○
○
○
25
○
26
27
○
28
○
○
Changes Input Gain&Level setting
Changes Output Level setting
Acquires Output Level setting
Changes Input Channel setting
Acquires Input Channel setting
Changes Output Channel setting
Acquires Output Channel setting
Changes Input 4Band EQ setting
Acquires Input 4Band EQ setting
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
31
32
33
34
35
37
38
39
40
41
○
○
○
○
○
○
29
30
○
Acquires Input Gain&Level setting
23
24
○
Acquires Front Panel Control setting
Input Gain&Level Setting Change Request
Input Gain&Level Setting
AcquisitionRequest
Output Level Setting Change Request
Output Level Setting Acquisition Request
Input Channel Setting Change Request
Input Channel Setting Acquisition Request
Output Setting Change Request
Output Setting Acquisition Request
Input EQ Setting Change Request
Input EQ Setting Acquisition Request
Ref.
○
Acquires Audio-Technica LINK Mode setting
Changes the limitation setting of connectable
device with ADTM-0604
Acquires the limitation setting of connectable
device with ADTM-0604
Changes Audio System setting
Acquires Audio System setting
type
get
42
43
44
45
46
47
No
Category
Command
Command Name
Remarks
set
34.
g_dynamics_delay
35.
36.
37.
38.
39.
40.
41.
42.
43.
s_aec_nc_general
g_aec_nc_general
aec_calibration_test
aec_calibration_start
aec_calibration_stop
s_usb_out
g_usb_out
s_smart_mix
g_smart_mix
44.
s_smart_mix_general
45.
g_smart_mix_general
46.
Log
47.
48.
Operater
Page
s_log
Logging Setting Change Request
g_log
Logging Setting Acquisition Request
call_preset
save_preset
s_name_bank
g_name_bank
s_bootup_preset
g_bootup_preset
file_transfer
file_transfer_cancel
export
import
s_level_meter_interval
g_level_meter
identify
date
reboot
level_meter_notice
Web Remote Operator Page Common
Setting Change Request
Web Remote Operator Page Common
Setting Acquisition Request
Web Remote Operator Page Channel
Setting Change Request
Web Remote Operator Page Channel
Setting Acquisition Request
Preset Load Request
Preset Save Request
Preset Name Change Request
Preset Name Acquisition Request
Boot Up Preset Setting Change Request
Boot Up Preset Setting Acquisition Request
File Transfer Request
File Transfer Cancelling Request
Export Request
Import Request
Level Meter Interval Change Request
Level Meter Acquisition Request
Identify Request
Date Setting Request
Reboot Request
Level Meter Notice
open_channel_notice
Open Channel State Notice
s_operator_general
49.
g_operator_general
50.
s_operator_channel
51.
g_operator_channel
52.
53.
54.
55.
56.
57.
58.
59.
60.
61.
62.
63.
64.
65.
66.
67.
68.
Preset
Other
Dynamics&Delay Setting Acquisition
Request
AEC Setting Change Request
AEC Setting Acquisition Request
AEC Calibration Test Request
AEC Calibration Start Request
AEC Calibration Stop Request
USB Out Setting Change Request
USB Out Setting Acquisition Request
Smart Mix Setting Change Request
Smart Mix Setting acquisition Request
Smart Mix Common Setting Change
Request
Smart Mix Common Setting acquisition
Request
9
Ref.
info
○
Acquires Dynamics&Delay setting
Changes Dynamics&Delay setting
Acquires Dynamics&Delay setting
Starts AEC test
Starts AEC measurement
Stops AEC measurement
Changes USB Out setting
Acquires USB Out setting
Changes Smart Mix setting in each input channel.
Acquires Smart Mix setting in each input channel.
○
Changes Smart Mix Common setting
○
48
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
49
50
51
52
52
53
54
55
56
57
○
Acquires Smart Mix Common setting
Changes Logging On/Off setting and output
destination
Acquires Logging On/Off setting and output
destination
Changes Web Remote Operator Page common
setting
Acquires Web Remote Operator Page common
setting
Changes each Channel setting in Web Remote
Operator Page
Acquires Web Remote Operator Page Channel
setting
Loads designated Preset into current data state
Saves current data state into designated Preset
Changes designated Preset name
Acquires designated Preset name
Changes the boot up preset No.
Acquires the boot up preset No.
Uploads presets or language file
Cancels file upload
Exports preset or language file
Imports preset or language file
Change interval times setting When Notifies Level.
Acquires Level
Blink LED of ATDM-0604
Changes Date
Reboots ATDM-0604 to factory default setting
Notifies Level
When Smart Mix setting enable,Notifies Open
Channel status
type
get
58
○
59
60
○
○
61
○
62
○
63
○
64
○
○
○
○
66
66
67
68
69
69
70
71
72
73
73
74
75
76
76
78
○
79
○
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○
○
○
○
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○
○
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4
TCP communication
When controlling the ATDM-0604 from the host, communication will be based on TCP protocol.
The graphic below illustrates the communication control flow of the IP control
ATDM-0604
Setting Function
IP Control
Host
PowerON
Initialization
Wait for defining IP-Address
Booting
(IP config mode)
Generating Socket
Waiting for connection
Establish connection from Host
Waiting to receive
Host sends command
Processing each command
ACK/NAK or Answer
~
~
~
Decision from Host
~
~
~
Change of setting, state
Sending information to Host (Multicast)
Graph 4-1 Communication Control Flow




After the system start, “Initializing” follows “Waiting for connection”
After established host connection, on “Waiting for connection” follows “Waiting for
transmission”
The received command will be processed depending on the internal process task and a
result (ACK/NAK) will be sent. But because this process is asynchronous, it is also possible
to receive commands during processing (without waiting for ACK/NAK or Answer, the next
command can be sent). Although based on the command, NAK(90:BUSY) can also occur.
If the host will be disconnected, “Waiting for transmission” changes to “Waiting for
connection”
10
The host establishes a connection to the ATDM-0604.
Simultaneous connection is limited to 5 devices. If this limit is exceeded, the connection will fail.
No
1.
2.
Name
IPAddress
Port No
Table 4-1 Communication control parameter
Default Setting
Remarks
Auto
17300
As “Set Command” response, the ATDM-0604 sends back ACK/NAK to the source.
<Example> Refer below for Factory Default Setting
ATDM-0604
Administration
Setting Function
Host
IP Control
Change to Factory
Default Setting
factory_settings
ACK/NAK
Graph 4-2 Set Command Processing Sequence
In terms of Set Command, when errors like grammar error, parameter failure etc. occur, the command NAK
will sent to the source.
11
As “Get Command” response, the ATDM-0604 sends back Answer to the source.
<Example> Refer below for Audio Output Setting Acquisition Request sequence.
ATDM-0604
Administration
Setting Function
IP Control
Host
g_output_level
Refer to Audio Setting
Answer/CS (output 1)
Answer/CM (output 2)
Answer/CM (output 3)
Answer/CE (output 4)
Graphic 4-3 Get Command Process Sequence
Also for Get Command, when errors like grammar error, parameter failure etc. occur, the command NAK
will sent to the source.
。
ATDM-0604
Administration
Setting Function
IP Control
Host
g_link
Refer to Mixer Information
(Without Mixer Setting)
NAK 04
Graphic 4-4 Get Command Process Sequence (NAK)
12
Refer below, in case of ACK/NAK transmitting error sequence.
ATDM-0604
Administration
Setting Function
Host
IP Control
factory_settings
Change to Factory Default Setting
Sending error
ACK/NAK
×
Showing error on frontpanel
Time-Out
Disconnecting from Host
Showing error
Graphic 4-6 Transmitting Error Sequence
Refer below, in case of ACK/NAK receiving error sequence.
ATDM-0604
Administration
Setting Function
Host
IP Control
Sending error
×
factory_settings
Disconnecting
Disconnected
Showing error
Graphic 4-7 Receiving Error Sequence
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Refer below, in case of a Divided Message Receiving Timeout.
ATDM-0604
Administration
Setting Function
Host
IP Control
file_transfer(CS)
Divided receiving
Time-Out
Cancel divided receiving
file_transfer(CM)
NAK
Showing error
Graphic 4-8 Divided Message Receiving Timeout Sequence
The host can disconnect at a random timing while ending the communication.
When a disconnection occurs, the ATDM-0604 clears the status of the applied connection (eg. While
sending a file, etc.) and transitions to “Waiting for connection”. Further, the same process applies also
in case of a disconnected cable etc.
In case of a repeated communication, the host establishes a connection.
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Sent commands are arranged the following way as shown in the example below and as pointed out in each categories "Command fromat table" and "Example".
It is possible to change each parameter, by changing any value which are listed in the table below
Further, it is also possible to change only specific parameters. Parameters, which does not need to be changed, have no entry and will be omitted.
[例]
s_input_channel_settings̺S̺0000̺00̺NC̺0,0,1,1,1,1,1,,1,2,,,,,,,,,0,”ATDM-0604”,2E8050̺↲
No Item
Description
Type
Value
1 Command
コマンド文字列
string
s_input_channel_settings
2 Sequence Select
シーケンス実行方式
string
S
3 Model ID
未使用
string
0000
未使用
4 Unit No
未使用
string
00
未使用
5 Contine Select
メッセージ分割方式
string
NC
分割なし
6 Parameter
パラメータ
string
0
Input 1
1
Input 2
2
Input 3
3
Input 4
4
Input 5
5
Input 6
10
Input ST
0
MIC
1
LINE 0dBV
2
LINE +4dBu
3
LINE -10dBV
4
LINE -20dBV
5
USB
0
Off
1
On
0
Normal
1
Invert
0
Off
1
On
0
Off
1
On
0
Off
1
ON
0
UnLink
Input 5/6 chのみ
1
Link
Input 5/6 chのみ
0
Off
1
Smart Mix Pre Assign
Normal Assign
2
Smart Mix Post Assign
SmartMix OFF時は無効
0
Off
1
Smart Mix Pre Assign
Normal Assign
2
Smart Mix Post Assign
SmartMix OFF時は無効
string
0
許可しない
"0"で固定
string
0
許可しない
"0"で固定
string
0
許可しない
"0"で固定
string
0
許可しない
"0"で固定
string
0
許可しない
"0"で固定
string
0
許可しない
"0"で固定
string
0
許可しない
"0"で固定
string
0
許可しない
"0"で固定
string
0
Off
1
Smart Mix Pre Assign
Normal Assign
2
Smart Mix Post Assign
SmartMix OFF時は無効
Input Channel Select
入力選択
“Phantom Power” : On
“Phase” : On
“Low Cut” : On
“AEC” : On
“Smart Mix” : On
入力ソース
ファンタム電源
string
phase
phase
string
ローカット
AEC ON/OFF
“Link” : Abbreviating
string
Phantom power
Low cut
AEC
Smart Mix ON/OFF
Link (Paired)
許可
Link5&6
Remarks
全てを省略は不可
Input Channel Select : Input 1
Input Source : Mic
Input Source
Value Description
string
string
string
string
STのみ
Output BUS
BUS1
“Output BUS1” : Smart Mix Pre Assign
“Output BUS2” : Smart Mix Post Assign
“(Reserved)” : ATDM-0604 では未使用
のため”0”で固定。Abbreviating.
“Output BUS ST” : Off
BUS2
Reserved
“CH Name” : “ATDM-0604”
“CH Color” : “2E8050”
BUS ST
CH Name
CH Color
出力バス1
出力バス2
パラメータ予備
ステレオバス出力
チャンネル名称
チャンネルの色
string
string
char
”
string
ASCⅡコード
char
”
string
000000~FFFFFF
Maximum 10byte
RRGGBB
Red(9B4A42),Green(2E8050),Yellow(A58E36),Br
own(9A6433),Pink(9B4277),Blue(42499B),Gray(
808080),DarkGray(4D4D4D)
7 End Character
15
メッセージの終端文字
binary 0x0d
CR
When the ATDM-0604 receives a Factory Default Setting Request, it sends the processing result regarding ACK or NAK to the host.
①
Set Command
In case of a Factory Default Setting Request by the Host, refer to the below command format table.
[例] factory_settings̺S̺0000̺00̺NC̺0̺↲
Table 4-2 Command format
No Item
Description
Type
Value
1 Command
Command String
string factory_settings
2 HandShake Select
Sequence execution method
string S
3 Model ID
Not in use
string 0000
Not in use
4 Unit No
Not in use
string 00
Not in use
5 Contine Select
Massage division method
string NC
Disable division
6 Parameter
Parameter
-
Disable Parameter
All Setting to Defaulte
All Setting to Defaulte
string 0
Input Setting
Input Setting
-
Value Description
Remarks
Reset Item
Input 1
2
Input 2
3
Input 3
4
Input 4
5
Input 5
6
Input 6
7
Input ST
AEC Setting
AEC Setting
8
AEC Setting
Output Setting
Output Setting
9
Output 1
10
Output 2
11
Output ST
12
Input 1
13
Input 2
14
Input 3
15
Input 4
16
Input 5
17
Input 6
18
Input ST
19
Output 1
20
Output 2
21
Output ST
22
Operator Page
4Band EQ
4Band EQ
12Band EQ
Operator Page Setting
7 End Character
②
All Reset
1
12Band EQ
Operator Page Setting
Ending character of a message
binary 0x0d
CR
ACK/NAK
[例] factory_settings̺ACK̺↲
Table 4-3 Command format
No
Item
Description
type
value
value Description
1 Command
Command String
string
factory_settings
2 ACK
ACK
string
ACK
3 End Character
Ending character of a message
binary 0x0d
remarks
Sets the received Set/Get command
CR
[例] factory_settings̺NAK̺01̺↲
Table 4-4 Command format
No
Item
Description
type
value
value Description
1 Command
Command String
string
factory_settings
2 NAK
NAK
string
NAK
3 Error Code
Error code
string
00~99
4 End Character
Ending character of a message
binary 0x0d
Sets the received Set/Get command
Error code
CR
16
remarks
Refer to chapter 2.2.4
When the ATDM-0604 receives a Permission Setting Change Request, it sends the processing result regarding ACK or NAK to the host.
①
Set Command
In case of a Permission Setting Change Requestby the Host, refer to the below command format table.
[例] s_permission̺S̺0000̺00̺NC̺”ATDM-0604”,0,,0,,0,0,0,0,0,0̺↲
table 4-5 Command format
No Item
Description
Type
Value
1 Command
Command String
string
s_permission
2 HandShake Select
Sequence execution method
string
S
3 Model ID
Not in use
string
0000
Not in use
4 Unit No
Not in use
string
00
Not in use
5 Contine Select
Massage division method
string
NC
Disable division
6 Parameter
Parameter
char
"
Beginning of the string
string
[ASCII]
Device Name
Device Name
Device Name
Value Description
Remarks
If " is included,it is defiend
continuously as ""
char
"
End of the string
string
0
Disable password
1
Enable password
Administrator
Password require
password
Password require
password
string
[alphanumeric password
In case of abbreviation, it will
character]
change to "not defined".
Independent from the login
(Reserved)
7 End Character
②
(Reserved)
Ending character of a message
string
0
string
0
string
0
string
0
string
0
string
0
string
0
string
0
binary 0x0d
ACK/NAK
Refer to Factory Default Setting Request②.
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This parameter is always 0
because is not in use.
This parameter is always 0
because is not in use.
This parameter is always 0
because is not in use.
This parameter is always 0
because is not in use.
This parameter is always 0
because is not in use.
This parameter is always 0
because is not in use.
This parameter is always 0
because is not in use.
This parameter is always 0
because is not in use.
CR
When the ATDM-0604 receives a Permission Setting Acquisition Request, it sends the permission setting in regard to Answer to the host.
①
Get Command
In case of a Permission Setting Acquisition Request, refer to the below command format table.
[例] g_permission̺O̺0000̺00̺NC̺↲
Table 4-6 Command format
No
Item
Description
Type
Value
1 Command
Command String
string
g_permission
2 HandShake Select
Sequence execution method
string
O
3 Model ID
Not in use
string
0000
Not in use
4 Unit No
Not in use
string
00
Not in use
5 Contine Select
Massage division method
string
NC
Disable division
6 Parameter
Parameter
7 End Character
Ending character of a message
②
binary 0x0d
Value Description
Remarks
CR
Answer
Refer to the table below for Answer Command format from the ATDM-0604.
[例] g_permission̺0000̺00̺NC̺”ATDM-0604”,0,,0,,0,0,0,0,0,0̺↲
Table 4-7 Answer Command format
No
Item
Description
Type
Value
1 Command
Command String
string
g_permission
2 Model ID
Not in use
string
0000
Not in use
3 Unit No
Not in use
string
00
Not in use
4 Contine Select
Massage division method
string
NC
Disable division
5 Parameter
Parameter
char
"
Beginning of the string
string
[ASCII]
Device Name
char
"
End of the string
string
0
Disable password
1
Enable password
[alphanumeric
password
Device Name
Device Name
Value Description
Remarks
If " is included,it is defiend
continuously as ""
Administrator
Password require
password
Password require
password
string
character]
In case of abbreviation, it
will change to "not
defined".
Independent from the login
(Reserved)
7 End Character
(Reserved)
Ending character of a message
string
0
string
0
string
0
string
0
string
0
string
0
string
0
string
0
binary 0x0d
18
This parameter is always 0
because is not in use.
This parameter is always 0
because is not in use.
This parameter is always 0
because is not in use.
This parameter is always 0
because is not in use.
This parameter is always 0
because is not in use.
This parameter is always 0
because is not in use.
This parameter is always 0
because is not in use.
This parameter is always 0
because is not in use.
CR
When the ATDM-0604 receives a Network Setting Change Request, it sends the processing result regarding ACK or NAK to the host.
Further, in case network settings changed, the ATDM-0604 needs to reboot.
①
Set Command
In case of a Network Setting Change Request from the host, refer to the table below.
[例] s_network̺S̺0000̺00̺NC̺1,192.168.033.102,255.255.000.000,,1,17300,1,1,225.000.000.100,17000,0,,,,0,,,,̺↲
Table 4-8 Command format
No
Item
Description
Type
Value
Value Description
1 Command
Command String
string s_network
2 HandShake Select
Sequence execution method
string S
3 Model ID
Not in use
string 0000
Not in use
4 Unit No
Not in use
string 00
Not in use
5 Contine Select
Massage division method
string NC
Disable division
6 Parameter
Parameter
Remarks
Abbreviating all is not available
IP setting
IP config mode
IP Address Acquisition Method
string 0
Auto
1
Static
IP address
IP Address
string 000.000.000.000~255.255.255.255
IP Address
Subnet mask
Subnet Mask
string 000.000.000.000~255.255.255.255
Subnet Mask
Gateway address
Default Gateway
string 000.000.000.000~255.255.255.255
IP Address
UPnP Enable or not
string 0
Disable
1
Enable
Allow Discovery
IP control setting
Port Number
TCP/IP Port Number
string 1~65535
Port Number
Notification
Information Transmission
string 0
Disable
Enable or not
Audio Level Notification
Audio Level Information
1
Enable
string 0
Disable
1
Enable
Transmission Enable or not
Multicast address
Multicast Group Address
string 000.000.000.000~255.255.255.255
IP Address
Multicast port number
Multicast Port Number
string 1~65535
Port Number
NTP Enable or not
string 0
Disable
1
Enable
NTP setting
Enabled
NTP server address
NTP Server Address
string 000.000.000.000~255.255.255.255
IP Address
NTP port number
NTP Server Port Number
string 1~65535
Port Number
Time Zone
Difference Time from GMT
string -1200~+1400
±HHMM(30 minute units)
Daylight saving time
Daylight Saving Enable or not
string 0
Disable
1
Enable
Start Date
Daylight Saving Start Date and string 01010000~12312300
MMDDHHmm(1h units)
Time
End Date
Daylight Saving End Date and
string 01010000~12312300
MMDDHHmm(1h units)
Time
(Reserved)
(Reserved)
This parameter is always 0
string 0
because is not in use.
This parameter is always 0
string 0
7 End Character
because is not in use.
Ending character of a message binary 0x0d
CR
②
ACK/NAK
Refer to Factory Default Setting Request②.
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When the ATDM-0604 receives a Network Setting Acquisition Request, it sends the network setting in regard to Answer to the host.
①
Get Command
In case of a Network Setting Acquisition Request form the host, refer to the command format table below.
[例] g_network̺O̺0000̺00̺NC̺↲
Table 4-9 Command format
No
Description
Type
1 Command
Item
Command String
string g_network
Value
Value Description
2 HandShake Select
Sequence execution method
string O
3 Model ID
Not in use
string 0000
Not in use
4 Unit No
Not in use
string 00
Not in use
5 Contine Select
Massage division method
string NC
Disable division
6 Parameter
Parameter
7 End Character
Ending character of a message
binary 0x0d
CR
Remarks
②
Answer
Refer to the table below for Answer Command format from the ATDM-0604.
[例] g_network̺0000̺00̺NC̺1,,,,,1,17300,1,1,225.000.000.100,17000,0,,,,0,,,,̺↲
Table 4-10 Answer Command format
No
Item
Description
Type
Value
Value Description
1 Command
Command String
string g_network
2 Model ID
Not in use
string 0000
Not in use
3 Unit No
Not in use
string 00
Not in use
4 Contine Select
Massage division method
string NC
Disable division
5 Parameter
Parameter
Remarks
Abbreviating all is not available
IP setting
IP config mode
IP Address Acquisition Method
string 0
Auto
1
Static
IP address
IP Address
string 000.000.000.000~255.255.255.255
IP Address
Subnet mask
Subnet Mask
string 000.000.000.000~255.255.255.255
Subnet Mask
Gateway address
Default Gateway
string 000.000.000.000~255.255.255.255
IP Address
MAC address
MAC Address
string XXXXXXYYYYYY
MAC Address
Allow Discovery
UPnP Enable or not
string 0
Disable
1
Enable
IP control setting
Port Number
TCP/IP Port Number
string 1~99999
Port Number
Notification
Information Transmission Enable
string 0
Disable
1
Enable
string 0
Disable
1
Enable
or not
Audio Level Notification Audio Level Information
Transmission Enable or not
Multicast address
Multicast Group Address
string 000.000.000.000~255.255.255.255
IP Address
Multicast port number
Multicast Port Number
string 1~99999
Port Number
NTP Enable or not
string 0
Disable
1
Enable
NTP setting
Enabled
NTP server address
NTP Server Address
string 000.000.000.000~255.255.255.255
IP Address
NTP port number
NTP Server Port Number
string 1~99999
Port Number
Time Zone
Difference Time from GMT
string -1200~+1400
±HHMM(30 minute units)
Daylight saving time
Daylight Saving Enable or not
string 0
Disable
1
Enable
Start Date
Daylight Saving Start Date and
string 01010000~12312300
MMDDHHmm(1h units)
string 01010000~12312300
MMDDHHmm(1h units)
Time
End Date
Daylight Saving End Date and
Time
(Reserved)
(Reserved)
This parameter is always 0
string 0
because is not in use.
This parameter is always 0
string 0
6 End Character
Ending character of a message
because is not in use.
binary 0x0d
CR
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When the ATDM-0604 receives a Firmware Version Acquisition Request, it sends the ATDM-0604 firmware version in regard to Answer to the host.
①
Get Command
In case of a Firmware Version Acquisition Request form the host, refer to the command format table below.
[例] g_firmware_version̺O̺0000̺00̺NC̺↲
Table 4-11 Command format
No
Item
1 Command
Description
Type
Value
Command String
string g_firmware_version
Value Description Remarks
2 HandShake Select Sequence execution method
string O
3 Model ID
Not in use
string 0000
Not in use
4 Unit No
Not in use
string 00
Not in use
5 Contine Select
Massage division method
string NC
Disable division
6 Parameter
Parameter
7 End Character
Ending character of a message
binary 0x0d
CR
②
Answer
Refer to the table below for Answer Command format from the ATDM-0604.
[例] g_firmware_version̺0000̺00̺NC̺01.00.00̺↲
Table 4-12 Answer Command format
No
Item
Description
Type
1 Command
Command String
string g_firmware_version
2 Model ID
Not in use
string 0000
Not in use
3 Unit No
Not in use
string 00
Not in use
4 Contine Select
Massage division method
string NC
Disable division
5 Parameter
Parameter
Firmware version
string XX.XX.XX
Firmware version
Ending character of a message
binary 0x0d
CR
version
6 End Character
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Value
Value Description Remarks
When the ATDM-0604 receives a Header Color Setting Change Request, it sends the processing result regarding ACK or NAK to the host.
① Get Command
In case of a Header Color Setting Change Request form the host, refer to the command format table below.
[例] s_header_color̺S̺0000̺00̺NC̺FFFFFF̺↲
Table 4-13 Command format
No Item
Description
Type
1 Command
Command String
string s_header_color
2 HandShake Select
Sequence execution method
string S
3 Model ID
Not in use
string 0000
Not in use
4 Unit No
Not in use
string 00
Not in use
5 Contine Select
Massage division method
string NC
Disable division
6 Parameter
Parameter
-
Header Color
string 000000~FFFFFF
Header Color
Value
Value Description Remarks
RRGGBB
White(FFFFFF),Green(2ECC71),Y
ellow(F1CF3F),Purple(ED5ED8),
Blue(5585EB),Cyan(3DDBC8)
7 End Character
Ending character of a message
binary 0x0d
CR
② ACK/NAK
Refer to Factory Default Setting Request②.
When the ATDM-0604 receives a Header Color Setting Acquisition Request, it sends the Header Color Setting in regard to Answer to the host.
① Get Command
In case of a Header Color Setting Acquisition Request form the host, refer to the command format table below.
[例] g_header_color̺O̺0000̺00̺NC̺↲
Table 4-14 Command format
No
Item
Description
Type
1 Command
Command String
string g_header_color
2 HandShake Select
Sequence execution method
string O
3 Model ID
Not in use
string 0000
Not in use
4 Unit No
Not in use
string 00
Not in use
5 Contine Select
Massage division method
string NC
Disable division
6 Parameter
Parameter
7 End Character
Ending character of a message
binary 0x0d
CR
②
Value
Value Description Remarks
Answer
Refer to the table below for Answer Command format from the ATDM-0604.
[例] g_header_color̺0000̺00̺NC̺FFFFFF̺↲
Table 4-15 Answer Command format
No
Item
Description
Type
1 Command
Command String
string g_header_color
2 Model ID
Not in use
string 0000
Not in use
3 Unit No
Not in use
string 00
Not in use
4 Contine Select
Massage division method
string NC
Disable division
5 Parameter
Parameter
-
ヘッダーカラー
string 000000~FFFFFF RRGGBB
Header Color
Value
Value Description Remarks
White(FFFFFF),Green(2ECC71),Y
ellow(F1CF3F),Purple(ED5ED8),
Blue(5585EB),Cyan(3DDBC8)
6 End Character
Ending character of a message
binary 0x0d
22
CR
When the ATDM-0604 receives an Audio-Technica LINK Mode Setting Change Request, it sends the processing result regarding ACK or NAK to the host.
① Set Command
In case of an Audio-Technica LINK Mode Setting Change Request form the host, refer to the command format table below.
[例] s_link̺S̺0000̺00̺NC̺1̺↲
Table 4-16 Command format
No Item
Description
Type
1 Command
Command String
string s_link
2 HandShake Select
Sequence execution method
string S
3 Model ID
Not in use
string 0000
Not in use
4 Unit No
Not in use
string 00
Not in use
5 Contine Select
Massage division method
string NC
Disable division
6 Parameter
Parameter
string 0
Extention
Audio-Technica LINK Mode
Audio-Technica LINK Mode
Value Value Description Remarks
1
7 End Character
Ending character of a message
Primary
binary 0x0d
CR
②
ACK/NAK
Refer to Factory Default Setting Request②.
When the ATDM-0604 receives an Audio-Technica LINK Mode Setting Acquisition Request, it sends the Audio-Technica LINK Mode Setting in regard to
Answer to the host.
① Get Command
In case of an Audio-Technica LINK Mode Setting Acquisition Request form the host, refer to the command format table below.
[例] g_link̺O̺0000̺00̺NC̺↲
Table 4-17 Command format
No
Item
Description
Type
Value
1 Command
Command String
string
g_link
2 HandShake Select
Sequence execution method
string
O
3 Model ID
Not in use
string
0000
Not in use
4 Unit No
Not in use
string
00
Not in use
5 Contine Select
Massage division method
string
NC
Disable division
6 Parameter
Parameter
7 End Character
Ending character of a message
binary 0x0d
Value Description Remarks
CR
② Answer
Refer to the table below for Answer Command format from the ATDM-0604.
[例] g_link̺0000̺00̺NC̺1̺↲
Table 4-18 Answer Command format
No
Item
Description
Type
Value
1 Command
Command String
string
g_link
2 Model ID
Not in use
string
0000
Not in use
3 Unit No
Not in use
string
00
Not in use
4 Contine Select
Massage division method
string
NC
Disable division
5 Parameter
Parameter
string
0
Extention
1
Primary
Audio-Technica LINK Mode
6 End Character
Audio-Technica LINK Mode
Ending character of a message
23
binary 0x0d
Value Description Remarks
CR
When the ATDM-0604 receives a Connected Device Limit Setting Change Request, it sends the processing result regarding ACK or NAK to the host.
Set Command
In case of a Connected Device Limit Setting Change Request form the host, refer to the command format table below.
①
[例]s_connected_limit̺S̺0000̺00̺NC̺0,,,,,̺↲
TableTable 4-19 Command format
No Item
Description
Type
Value
Value Description
1 Command
Command String
string s_connected_limit
s_connected_limit
2 Model ID
Not in use
string 0000
Not in use
3 Unit No
Not in use
string 00
Not in use
4 Contine Select
Massage division method
string NC
Disable division
5 Parameter
Parameter
string 0
Disable
1
Enable
Device Access Permission
Restrict Access
Permission IP
Restrict Access
Permission IP Addless
string 000.000.000.000~2 Permission IP 1
55.255.255.255
000.000.000.000~2 Permission IP 2
55.255.255.255
000.000.000.000~2 Permission IP 3
55.255.255.255
000.000.000.000~2 Permission IP 4
55.255.255.255
000.000.000.000~2 Permission IP 5
55.255.255.255
6 End Character
②
Ending character of a message
binary 0x0d
ACK/NAK
Refer to Factory Default Setting Request②.
24
CR
Remarks
When the ATDM-0604 receives a Connected Device Limit Setting acquisition Request, it sends the Connected Device Limit Setting in regard to Answer to
the host.
①
Get Command
In case of a Connected Device Limit Setting acquisition Request form the host, refer to the command format table below.
[例]
g_connected_limit̺O̺0000̺00̺NC̺↲
Table 4-20 Command format
No Item
Description
Type
1 Command
Command String
string g_connected_limit
2 HandShake Select
Sequence execution method
string O
3 Model ID
Not in use
string 0000
Not in use
4 Unit No
Not in use
string 00
Not in use
5 Contine Select
Massage division method
string NC
Disable division
6 Parameter
Parameter
7 End Character
Ending character of a message
binary 0x0d
CR
②
Value
Value Description
Remarks
Answer
Refer to the table below for Answer Command format from the ATDM-0604.
[例]
g_connected_limit̺0000̺00̺NC̺0,,,,,̺↲
Table 4-21 Answer Command format
No Item
Description
Type
Value
Value Description
1 Command
Command String
string g_connected_limit
g_limit
2 Model ID
Not in use
string 0000
Not in use
3 Unit No
Not in use
string 00
Not in use
4 Contine Select
Massage division method
string NC
Disable division
5 Parameter
Parameter
string 0
Disable
1
Enable
Device Access Permission
Restrict Access
Permission IP
Restrict Access
Permission IP Addless
string 000.000.000.000~ Permission IP 1
255.255.255.255
000.000.000.000~ Permission IP 2
255.255.255.255
000.000.000.000~ Permission IP 3
255.255.255.255
000.000.000.000~ Permission IP 4
255.255.255.255
000.000.000.000~ Permission IP 5
255.255.255.255
6 End Character
Ending character of a message
binary 0x0d
25
CR
Remarks
When the ATDM-0604 receives an Audio System Setting Change Request, it sends the processing result regarding ACK or NAK to the host.
① Set Command
In case of an Audio System Setting Change Request form the host, refer to the command format table below.
[例]
s_audio_system̺S̺0000̺00̺NC̺1,0,0,0,1̺↲
Table 4-22 Command format
No Item
Description
Type
1 Command
Command String
string s_audio_system
2 HandShake Select
Sequence execution method
string S
3 Model ID
Not in use
string 0000
Not in use
4 Unit No
Not in use
string 00
Not in use
5 Contine Select
Massage division method
string NC
Disable division
6 Parameter
Parameter
-
Gain Unit Type
string 0
Gain Unit Type
Delay Unit Type
Output Flip
Delay Unit Type
Output Flip
Value
dB
string 0
ms
1
M
2
Ft
string 0
Off
1
On
(Reserved)
string 0
Mode change
Mode change
string 0
1
Ending character of a message
dBu/dBV
1
(Reserved)
7 End Character
Value Description Remarks
binary 0x0d
② ACK/NAK
Refer to Factory Default Setting Request②.
26
This parameter is always
0 because is not in use.
Easy Mode
Expert Mode
CR
When the ATDM-0604 receives an Audio System Setting Acquisition Request, it sends the Audio System Setting in regard to Answer to the host.
① Get Command
In case of an Audio System Setting Acquisition Request form the host, refer to the command format table below.
[例] g_audio_system̺O̺0000̺00̺NC̺↲
Table 4-23 Command format
No Item
Description
Type
Value
1 Command
Command String
string
g_audio_system
2 HandShake Select
Sequence execution method
string
O
3 Model ID
Not in use
string
0000
Not in use
4 Unit No
Not in use
string
00
Not in use
5 Contine Select
Massage division method
string
NC
Disable division
6 Parameter
Parameter
7 End Character
Ending character of a message
binary 0x0d
Value Description Remarks
CR
② Answer
Refer to the table below for Answer Command format from the ATDM-0604.
[例] g_audio_system̺0000̺00̺NC̺1,0,0,0,1̺↲
Table 4-24 Answer Command format
No Item
Description
Type
Value
1 Command
Command String
string
g_audio_system
2 Model ID
Not in use
string
0000
Not in use
3 Unit No
Not in use
string
00
Not in use
4 Contine Select
Massage division method
string
NC
Disable division
5 Parameter
Parameter
-
-
Gain Unit Type
string
0
dBu/dBV
1
dB
0
ms
1
M
2
Ft
0
Off
1
On
Gain Unit Type
Delay Unit Type
Output Flip
Delay Unit Type
Output Flip
string
string
Value Description Remarks
This parameter is always 0
(Reserved)
(Reserved)
string
0
Mode change
Mode change
string
0
Easy Mode
1
Expert Mode
6 End Character
Ending character of a message
binary 0x0d
27
because is not in use.
CR
When the ATDM-0604 receives a Front Panel Restriction Setting Change Request, it sends the processing result regarding ACK or NAK to the host.
① Set Command
In case of a Front Panel Restriction Setting Change Request form the host, refer to the command format table below.
[例] s_front_panel̺S̺0000̺00̺NC̺1,1,1,1,1,1,0,0,0,0,1,0,1,1,1,1,1,0̺↲
Table 4-25 Command format
No Item
Description
Type
Value
Value Description Remarks
1 Command
Command String
string s_front_panel
2 HandShake Select
Sequence execution method
string S
3 Model ID
Not in use
string 0000
Not in use
4 Unit No
Not in use
string 00
Not in use
5 Contine Select
Massage division method
string NC
Disable division
6 Parameter
Parameter
-
Input 1
string 0
Disable
1
Enable
string 0
Disable
1
Enable
string 0
Disable
1
Enable
string 0
Disable
1
Enable
string 0
Disable
1
Enable
string 0
Disable
1
Enable
-
Input Lock
Input 1
Input 2
Input 3
Input 4
Input 5
Input 6
(Reserved)
Input 2
Input 3
Input 4
Input 5
Input 6
(Reserved)
This parameter is always 0
string 0
because is not in use.
This parameter is always 0
string 0
because is not in use.
This parameter is always 0
string 0
because is not in use.
This parameter is always 0
string 0
Input ST
Input USB
Input ST
Input USB
because is not in use.
string 0
Disable
1
Enable
string 0
Disable
1
Enable
string 0
Disable
1
Enable
string 0
Disable
1
Enable
string 0
Disable
1
Enable
Output Lock
Output 1
Output 2
Output ST
Output 1
Output 2
Output ST
Setting Lock
Recall
Recall
string 0
Disable
Preset
Preset
1
Enable
Entering
Entering
string 0
Disable
1
Enable
Advanced Mode Advanced Mode
LED Dimmer
7 End Character
②
LED Dimmer
Ending character of a message
string 0
Off
1
On
binary 0x0d
ACK/NAK
Refer to Factory Default Setting Request②.
28
CR
When the ATDM-0604 receives a Front Panel Restriction Setting Acquisition Request, it sends the Front Panel Restriction Setting in regard to Answer to
the host.
① Get Command
In case of a Front Panel Restriction Setting Acquisition Request form the host, refer to the command format table below.
[例] g_front_panel̺O̺0000̺00̺NC̺↲
Table 4-26 Command format
No Item
Description
Type
Value
1 Command
Command String
string
g_front_panel
2 HandShake Select
Sequence execution method
string
O
3 Model ID
Not in use
string
0000
Not in use
4 Unit No
Not in use
string
00
Not in use
5 Contine Select
Massage division method
string
NC
Disable division
6 Parameter
Parameter
7 End Character
Ending character of a message
②
Value Description Remarks
binary 0x0d
CR
Answer
Refer to the table below for Answer Command format from the ATDM-0604.
[例] g_front_panel̺O̺0000̺00̺NC̺1,1,1,1,1,1,0,0,0,0,1,0,1,1,1,1,1,0̺↲
Table 4-27 Answer Command format
No Item
Description
Type
Value
Value Description Remarks
1 Command
Command String
string
g_front_panel
2 Model ID
Not in use
string
0000
Not in use
3 Unit No
Not in use
string
00
Not in use
4 Contine Select
Massage division method
string
NC
Disable division
5 Parameter
Parameter
-
-
Input 1
string
0
Disable
1
Enable
0
Disable
1
Enable
0
Disable
1
Enable
0
Disable
1
Enable
0
Disable
1
Enable
0
Disable
1
Enable
Input Lock
Input 1
Input 2
Input 3
Input 4
Input 5
Input 6
(Reserved)
Input 2
Input 3
Input 4
Input 5
Input 6
(Reserved)
string
string
string
string
string
This parameter is always 0
string
0
string
0
string
0
string
0
0
Disable
1
Enable
0
Disable
1
Enable
0
Disable
1
Enable
0
Disable
1
Enable
0
Disable
1
Enable
0
Disable
1
Enable
0
Disable
1
Enable
0
Off
1
On
Input ST
Input ST
string
Input USB
Input USB
string
because is not in use.
This parameter is always 0
because is not in use.
This parameter is always 0
because is not in use.
This parameter is always 0
because is not in use.
Output Lock
Output 1
Output 2
Output ST
Output 1
Output 2
Output ST
string
string
string
Setting Lock
Recall
Recall
Preset
Preset
Entering
Entering
string
string
Advanced Mode Advanced Mode
LED Dimmer
6 End Character
LED Dimmer
string
Ending character of a message
binary 0x0d
29
CR
When the ATDM-0604 receives an Input Gain&Level Setting Change Request, it sends the processing result regarding ACK or NAK to the host.
①
Set Command
In case of an Input Gain&Level Setting Change Request form the host, refer to the command format table below.
[例]
s_input_gain_level̺S̺0000̺00̺NC̺0,0,0,0,0,511,0̺↲
Table 4-28 Command format
No Item
Description
Type
1 Command
Command String
string s_input_gain_level
2 Sequence Select
Sequence execution method
string S
3 Model ID
Not in use
string 0000
Not in use
4 Unit No
Not in use
string 00
Not in use
5 Contine Select
Massage division method
string NC
Disable division
6 Parameter
Parameter
string 0
Input 1
1
Input 2
2
Input 3
3
Input 4
4
Input 5
5
Input 6
10
Input ST
Input Channel Select
Value
Value Description
Remarks
Abbreviating all is not available
Input channel select
gain
Mic
Mic gain
string 0~40
+20dB to +60dB
Refer to 6.5 Input Gain Table
Line
Line gain
string 0~40
-20dBu to -60dBu
Refer to 6.5 Input Gain Table
Level
Level
string 0~511
-∞,-120 to +10dB
Refer to 6.1 Fader Table
Max Volume Enable
Max Volume On/Off
string 0
Off
1
On
Max Volume
Max Volume
string 0~511
-∞,-120 to +10dB
Mute
Mute
string 0
Off
1
ON
Ending character of a message
binary 0x0d
7 End Character
②
ACK/NAK
Refer to Factory Default Setting Request②.
30
CR
Refer to 6.1 Fader Table
When the ATDM-0604 receives an Input Gain&Level Setting AcquisitionRequest, it sends the Input Gain&Level Setting in regard to Answer to the host.
①
Get Command
In case of an Input Gain&Level Setting AcquisitionRequest form the host, refer to the command format table below.
[例]
g_input_gain_level̺O̺0000̺00̺NC̺0̺↲
Table 4-29 Command format
No Item
Description
Type
Value
1 Command
Command String
string
g_input_gain_level
2 HandShake Select
Sequence execution method
string
O
3 Model ID
Not in use
string
0000
Not in use
4 Unit No
Not in use
string
00
Not in use
5 Contine Select
Massage division method
string
NC
Disable division
6 Parameter
Parameter
string
0
Input 1
1
Input 2
2
Input 3
3
Input 4
4
Input 5
5
Input 6
10
Input ST
0x0d
CR
Input Channel Select
7 End Character
②
Input channel select
Ending character of a message
binary
Value Description
Remarks
Answer
Refer to the table below for Answer Command format from the ATDM-0604.
[例] g_input_gain_level̺0000̺00̺NC̺0,0,0,0,0,511,0̺↲
Table 4-30 Answer Command format
No
Item
Description
Type
Value
1 Command
Command String
string
g_input_gain_level
2 Model ID
Not in use
string
0000
Not in use
3 Unit No
Not in use
string
00
Not in use
4 Contine Select
Massage division method
string
NC
Disable division
5 Parameter
Parameter
Input Channel Select
Input channel select
Value Description
Remarks
Abbreviating all is not available
string
0
Input 1
1
Input 2
2
Input 3
3
Input 4
4
Input 5
5
Input 6
10
Input ST
gain
Mic
Mic gain
string
0~40
+20dB to +60dB
Refer to 6.5 Input Gain Table
Line
Line gain
string
0~40
-20dBu to -60dBu
Refer to 6.5 Input Gain Table
Level
Level
string
0~511
-∞,-120 to +10dB
Refer to 6.1 Fader Table
Max Volume Enable
Max Volume On/Off
string
0
Off
1
ON
Max Volume
Max Volume
string
0~511
-∞,-120 to +10dB
Mute
Mute
string
0
Off
1
ON
0x0d
CR
6 End Character
Ending character of a message
binary
31
Refer to 6.1 Fader Table
When the ATDM-0604 receives an Output Level Setting Change Request, it sends the processing result regarding ACK or NAK to the host.
① Set Command
In case of an Output Level Setting Change Request form the host, refer to the command format table below.
[例] s_output_level̺S̺0000̺00̺NC̺0,111,0,511̺↲
Table 4-31 Command format
No Item
Description
Type
1 Command
Command String
string s_output_level
2 Sequence Select
Sequence execution method
string S
3 Model ID
Not in use
string 0000
Not in use
4 Unit No
Not in use
string 00
Not in use
5 Contine Select
Massage division method
string NC
Disable division
6 Parameter
Parameter
Output Channel Select
Value Description
Remarks
Abbreviating all is not available
Output channel select
string 0
Output 1
1
Output 2
10
Output ST
Level
Level
string 0~511
-∞,-120 to +10dB
Max Volume Enable
Max Volume On/Off
string 0
Off
1
ON
Max Volume
Max Volume
string 0~511
-∞,-120 to +10dB
Ending character of a message
binary 0x0d
CR
7 End Character
②
Value
ACK/NAK
Refer to Factory Default Setting Request②.
32
Refer to 6.1 Fader Table
Refer to 6.1 Fader Table
When the ATDM-0604 receives an Output Level Setting Acquisition Request, it sends the Output Level Setting in regard to Answer to the host.
① Get Command
In case of an Output Level Setting Acquisition Request form the host, refer to the command format table below.
[例] g_output_level̺O̺0000̺00̺NC̺0̺↲
Table 4-32 Command format
No Item
Description
Type
Value
1 Command
Command String
string
g_output_level
2 HandShake Select
Sequence execution method
string
O
3 Model ID
Not in use
string
0000
Not in use
4 Unit No
Not in use
string
00
Not in use
5 Contine Select
Massage division method
string
NC
Disable division
6 Parameter
Parameter
string
0
Output 1
1
Output 2
10
Output ST
0x0d
CR
Output Channel Select
7 End Character
②
Output channel select
Ending character of a message
binary
Value Description
Remarks
Answer
Refer to the table below for Answer Command format from the ATDM-0604.
[例] g_output_level̺0000̺00̺NC̺0,0,0,0̺↲
Table 4-33 Answer Command format
No Item
Description
Type
Value
1 Command
Command String
string
g_output_level
2 Model ID
Not in use
string
0000
Not in use
3 Unit No
Not in use
string
00
Not in use
4 Contine Select
Massage division method
string
NC
Disable division
5 Parameter
Parameter
Output Channel Select
Output channel select
Value Description
Remarks
Abbreviating all is not available
string
0
Output 1
1
Output 2
10
Output ST
Level
Level
string
0~511
-∞,-120 to +10dB Refer to 6.1 Fader Table
Max Volume Enable
Max Volume On/Off
string
0
Off
1
ON
Max Volume
6 End Character
Max Volume
string
0~511
-∞,-120 to +10dB Refer to 6.1 Fader Table
Ending character of a message
binary
0x0d
CR
33
When the ATDM-0604 receives an Input Channel Setting Change Request, it sends the processing result regarding ACK or NAK to the host.
①
Set Command
In case of an Input Channel Setting Change Request form the host, refer to the command format table below.
[例] s_input_channel_settings̺S̺0000̺00̺NC̺0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,,2E8050̺↲
Table 4-34 Command format
No Item
Description
Type
Value
1 Command
Command String
string
s_input_channel_settings
2 Sequence Select
Sequence execution method
string
S
3 Model ID
Not in use
string
0000
Not in use
4 Unit No
Not in use
string
00
Not in use
5 Contine Select
Massage division method
string
NC
Disable division
6 Parameter
Parameter
string
0
Input 1
1
Input 2
2
Input 3
3
Input 4
4
Input 5
5
Input 6
10
Input ST
0
MIC
1
LINE 0dBV
2
LINE +4dBu
3
LINE -10dBV
4
LINE -20dBV
5
USB
0
Off
1
On
0
Normal
1
Invert
0
Off
1
On
0
Off
1
On
0
Off
1
ON
0
UnLink
Input 5/6 ch only
1
Link
Input 5/6 ch only
0
Off
1
Smart Mix Pre Assign
Normal Assign
2
Smart Mix Post Assign
disabled if Smart Mix is not active
0
Off
1
Smart Mix Pre Assign
Normal Assign
2
Smart Mix Post Assign
disabled if Smart Mix is not active
Input Channel Select
Input Source
Input channel select
Input Source
string
Phantom power
string
phase
phase
string
Low cut
AEC ON/OFF
AEC
Smart Mix ON/OFF
Link 5&6
Smart Mix ON/OFF
Link 5&6
Remarks
Abbreviating all is not available
Phantom power
Low cut
Value Description
string
string
string
string
ST only
Output Bus
Bus 1
Bus 2
Reserved
Output Bus 1
Output Bus 2
Reserved
string
string
string
0
This parameter is always 0 because is
not in use.
string
0
string
0
string
0
string
0
This parameter is always 0 because is
not in use.
This parameter is always 0 because is
not in use.
This parameter is always 0 because is
not in use.
This parameter is always 0 because is
not in use.
string
0
This parameter is always 0 because is
string
0
string
0
string
0
Off
1
Smart Mix Pre Assign
Normal Assign
2
Smart Mix Post Assign
disabled if Smart Mix is not active
not in use.
This parameter is always 0 because is
not in use.
This parameter is always 0 because is
not in use.
Bus ST
CH Name
CH Color
Output Bus ST
Channel Name
Channel Color
char
”
string
[ASCⅡ]
char
”
string
000000~FFFFFF
Maximum 10byte
RRGGBB
Red(9B4A42),Green(2E8050),Yellow(A58E3
6),Brown(9A6433),Pink(9B4277),Blue(4249
9B),Gray(808080),DarkGray(4D4D4D)
7 End Character
②
Ending character of a message
binary 0x0d
ACK/NAK
Refer to Factory Default Setting Request②.
34
CR
When the ATDM-0604 receives an Input Channel Setting Acquisition Request, it sends the Input Channel Settings in regard to Answer to the host.
① Get Command
In case of an Input Channel Setting Acquisition Request form the host, refer to the command format table below.
[例] g_input_channel_settings̺O̺0000̺00̺NC̺0̺↲
Table 4-35 Command format
No
Item
Description
Type
1 Command
Command String
string g_input_channel_settings
2 HandShake Select
Sequence execution method
string O
3 Model ID
Not in use
string 0000
Not in use
4 Unit No
Not in use
string 00
Not in use
5 Contine Select
Massage division method
string NC
Disable division
6 Parameter
Parameter
string 0
Input 1
1
Input 2
2
Input 3
3
Input 4
4
Input 5
5
Input 6
10
Input ST
Input Channel Select
7 End Character
Input channel select
Ending character of a message
35
Value
binary 0x0d
Value Description
CR
Remarks
②
Answer
Refer to the table below for Answer Command format from the ATDM-0604.
[例]
g_input_channel_settings̺O̺0000̺00̺NC̺0,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,̺↲
Table 4-36 Answer Command format
No Item
Description
Type
Value
1 Command
Command String
string
g_input_channel_settings
2 Model ID
Not in use
string
0000
Not in use
3 Unit No
Not in use
string
00
Not in use
4 Contine Select
Massage division method
string
NC
Disable division
5 Parameter
Parameter
Input Channel Select
Input Source
Input channel select
string
string
Phantom power
Phantom power
string
phase
phase
string
Low cut
AEC ON/OFF
string
AEC
Smart Mix ON/OFF
Link 5&6
Remarks
Abbreviating all is not available
Input Source
Low cut
Value Description
string
Smart Mix ON/OFF
string
Link 5&6
string
0
Input 1
1
Input 2
2
Input 3
3
Input 4
4
Input 5
5
Input 6
10
Input ST
0
MIC
1
LINE 0dBV
2
LINE +4dBu
3
LINE -10dBV
4
LINE -20dBV
5
USB
0
Off
1
On
0
Normal
1
Invert
0
Off
1
On
0
Off
1
On
0
Off
1
ON
0
UnLink
Input 5/6 ch only
1
Link
Input 5/6 ch only
0
Off
1
Smart Mix Pre Assign
Normal Assign
2
Smart Mix Post Assign
disabled if Smart Mix is not active
0
Off
1
Smart Mix Pre Assign
Normal Assign
2
Smart Mix Post Assign
disabled if Smart Mix is not active
ST only
Output Bus
Bus1
Bus2
Reserved
Output Bus 1
string
Output Bus 2
string
Reserved
string
0
This parameter is always 0 because
is not in use.
0
This parameter is always 0 because
is not in use.
0
This parameter is always 0 because
is not in use.
0
This parameter is always 0 because
is not in use.
0
This parameter is always 0 because
is not in use.
0
This parameter is always 0 because
is not in use.
0
This parameter is always 0 because
is not in use.
0
This parameter is always 0 because
is not in use.
Bus ST
CH Name
CH Color
Output Bus ST
string
Channel Name
Channel Color
0
Off
1
Smart Mix Pre Assign
Normal Assign
2
Smart Mix Post Assign
disabled if Smart Mix is not active
char
”
string
[ASCⅡ]
char
”
string
000000~FFFFFF
Maximum 10byte
RRGGBB
Red(9B4A42),Green(2E8050),Yellow(
A58E36),Brown(9A6433),Pink(9B427
7),Blue(42499B),Gray(808080),DarkG
6 End Character
Ending character of a message
binary 0x0d
36
CR
When the ATDM-0604 receives an Output Channel Setting Change Request, it sends the processing result regarding ACK or NAK to the host.
① Set Command
In case of a nOutput Channel Setting Change Request form the host, refer to the command format table below.
[例] s_output_channel_settings̺S̺0000̺00̺NC̺0,0,,2E8050̺↲
Table 4-37 Command format
No
Value Description
Description
Type
Value
1 Command
Command String
string
s_output_channel_settings
2 Sequence Select
Sequence execution method
string
S
3 Model ID
Not in use
string
0000
Not in use
4 Unit No
Not in use
string
00
Not in use
5 Contine Select
Massage division method
string
NC
Disable division
6 Parameter
Parameter
string
0
Output 1
1
Output 2
10
Output ST
0
+4dBu
1
0dBV
2
-10dBV
3
-33dBV
Item
Output Channel Select
Output Type
CH Name
CH Color
Output channel select
Output Type
Channel Name
Channel Color
Remarks
Abbreviating all is not available
string
char
”
string
[ASCⅡ]
char
”
string
000000~FFFFFF
Maximum 10byte
RRGGBB
Red(9B4A42),Green(2E8050),Yellow(A58
E36),Brown(9A6433),Pink(9B4277),Blue
(42499B),Gray(808080),DarkGray(4D4D
7 End Character
②
Ending character of a message
binary
ACK/NAK
Refer to Factory Default Setting Request②.
37
0x0d
CR
4D)
When the ATDM-0604 receives an Output Channel Setting Acquisition Request, it sends the Output Channel Settings in regard to Answer to the host.
① Get Command
In case of an Output Channel Setting Acquisition Request form the host, refer to the command format table below.
[例] g_output_channel_settings̺O̺0000̺00̺NC̺0̺↲
Table 4-38 Command format
No Item
Description
Type
1 Command
Command String
string g_output_channel_settings
2 HandShake Select
Sequence execution method
string O
3 Model ID
Not in use
string 0000
Not in use
4 Unit No
Not in use
string 00
Not in use
5 Contine Select
Massage division method
string NC
Disable division
6 Parameter
Parameter
string 0
Output 1
1
Output 2
10
Output ST
Input Channel Select
7 End Character
②
Input Channel Select
Ending character of a message
Value
binary 0x0d
Value Description
Remarks
CR
Answer
Refer to the table below for Answer Command format from the ATDM-0604.
[例] g_output_channel_settings̺O̺0000̺00̺NC̺0,0,,2E8050̺↲
Table 4-39 Answer Command format
No Item
Description
Type
1 Command
Command String
string g_output_channel_settings
2 Model ID
Not in use
string 0000
Not in use
3 Unit No
Not in use
string 00
Not in use
4 Contine Select
Massage division method
string NC
Disable division
5 Parameter
Parameter
string 0
Output 1
1
Output 2
10
Output ST
Output Channel Select
Output Type
CH Name
Output channel select
Output Type
Channel Name
Value
string 0
char
char
Channel Color
Remarks
Abbreviating all is not available
+4dBu
1
0dBV
2
-10dBV
3
-33dBV
”
string [ASCⅡ]
CH Color
Value Description
Maximum 10byte
”
string 000000~FFFFFF
RRGGBB
Red(9B4A42),Green(2E8050),Yello
w(A58E36),Brown(9A6433),Pink(9
B4277),Blue(42499B),Gray(808080
),DarkGray(4D4D4D)
6 End Character
Ending character of a message
binary 0x0d
38
CR
When the ATDM-0604 receives an Input EQ Setting Change Request, it sends the processing result regarding ACK or NAK to the host.
① Set Command
In case of an Input EQ Setting Change Request form the host, refer to the command format table below.
[例] s_input_eq̺S̺0000̺00̺NC̺0,0,0,2,16,36,6,1,80,36,6,1,400,36,6,1,2,464,36,6̺↲
Table 4-40 Command format
No Item
Description
Type
Value
1 Command
Command String
string
s_input_eq
2 Sequence Select
Sequence execution method
string
S
3 Model ID
Not in use
string
0000
Not in use
4 Unit No
Not in use
string
00
Not in use
5 Contine Select
Massage division method
string
NC
Disable division
6 Parameter
Parameter
Input Channel Select
string
EQ CH ON/OFF
Band#
Remarks
Abbreviating all is not available
Input channel select
EQ CH ON/OFF
Value Description
string
0
Input 1
1
Input 2
2
Input 3
3
Input 4
4
Input 5
5
Input 6
10
Input ST1
0
Off
1
On
0
Off
Band1
EQ Enable
EQ Enable
string
If enable/disable band1 EQ of
ATDM-0604, it affects band 1 to 4
entirely.
1
On
0
LPF/HPF
1
LSH/HSH
2
PEQ
It controls entire bands not only
for band1.
Filter Factors
Filter type
Filter type
string
Band2 and Band3 are fixed to
PEQ.
Frequency
Frequency
string
0~480
20Hz~20kHz
Refer to 6.2 Frequency Table
Gain
Gain
string
0~72
-18dB~+18dB
Refer to 6.4 EQ Gain Table
Q value
Q value
string
0~31
0.3~60
Refer to 6.3 Q Value Table
EQ Enable
string
0
Off
1
On
Frequency
Frequency
string
0~480
20Hz~20kHz
Refer to 6.2 Frequency Table
Gain
Gain
string
0~72
-18dB~+18dB
Refer to 6.4 EQ Gain Table
Q value
Q value
string
0~31
0.3~60
Refer to 6.3 Q Value Table
Band#
Band2
EQ Enable
Filter Factors
Band#
Band3
It has same parameter as band2.
Band#
Band4
It has same parameter as band1.
7 End Character
②
Ending character of a message
ACK/NAK
Refer to Factory Default Setting Request②.
39
binary 0x0d
CR
When the ATDM-0604 receives an Input EQ Setting Acquisition Request, it sends the Input EQ Setting in regard to Answer to the host.
① Get Command
In case of an Input EQ Setting Acquisition Request form the host, refer to the command format table below.
[例] g_input_eq̺O̺0000̺00̺NC̺0̺↲
Table 4-41 Command format
No
Item
Description
Type
Value
1 Command
Command String
string
g_input_eq
2 HandShake Select
Sequence execution method
string
O
3 Model ID
Not in use
string
0000
Not in use
4 Unit No
Not in use
string
00
Not in use
5 Contine Select
Massage division method
string
NC
Disable division
6 Parameter
Parameter
string
0
Input 1
1
Input 2
2
Input 3
3
Input 4
4
Input 5
5
Input 6
10
Input ST
Input Channel Select
7 End Character
②
Input channel select
Ending character of a message
Value Description
binary 0x0d
Remarks
CR
Answer
Refer to the table below for Answer Command format from the ATDM-0604.
[例] g_input_eq̺O̺0000̺00̺NC̺0,0,0,2,16,36,6,1,80,36,6,1,400,36,6,1,2,464,36,6̺↲
Table 4-42 Answer Command format
No Item
Description
Type
Value
1 Command
Command String
string
g_input_eq
2 Model ID
Not in use
string
0000
Not in use
3 Unit No
Not in use
string
00
Not in use
4 Contine Select
Massage division method
string
NC
Disable division
5 Parameter
Parameter
Input Channel Select
string
EQ CH ON/OFF
Band#
Remarks
Abbreviating all is not available
Input channel select
EQ CH ON/OFF
Value Description
string
0
Input 1
1
Input 2
2
Input 3
3
Input 4
4
Input 5
5
Input 6
10
Input ST1
0
Off
1
On
0
Off
Band1
EQ Enable
EQ Enable
string
If enable/disable band1 EQ of
ATDM-0604, it affects band 1 to 4
entirely.
1
On
It controls entire bands not only for
0
LPF/HPF
1
LSH/HSH
2
PEQ
Band2 and Band3 are fixed to PEQ.
band1.
Filter Factors
Filter type
Filter type
string
Frequency
Frequency
string
0~480
20Hz~20kHz
Refer to 6.2 Frequency Table
Gain
Gain
string
0~72
-18dB~+18dB
Refer to 6.4 EQ Gain Table
Q value
Q value
string
0~31
0.3~60
Refer to 6.3 Q Value Table
EQ Enable
string
0
Off
1
On
Frequency
Frequency
string
0~480
20Hz~20kHz
Refer to 6.2 Frequency Table
Gain
Gain
string
0~72
-18dB~+18dB
Refer to 6.4 EQ Gain Table
Q value
Q value
string
0~31
0.3~60
Refer to 6.3 Q Value Table
Band#
Band2
EQ Enable
Filter Factors
Band#
Band3
It has same parameter as band2.
Band#
Band4
It has same parameter as band1.
6 End Character
Ending character of a message
binary 0x0d
40
CR
When the ATDM-0604 receives an Output EQ Setting Change Request, it sends the processing result regarding ACK or NAK to the host.
①
Set Command
In case of an Output EQ Setting Change Request form the host, refer to the command format table below.
[例] s_output_eq̺0000̺00̺NC̺0,0,1,2,0,36,6,1,28,36,6,1,76,36,6,1,124,36,6,1,172,36,6,1,224,36,6,1,272,3
6,6,1,320,36,6,1,368,36,6,1,416,36,6,1,464,36,6,1,2,480,36,6̺↲
Table 4-43Command format
No Item
Description
Type
Value
1 Command
Command String
string
s_output_eq
2 Sequence Select
Sequence execution method
string
S
3 Model ID
Not in use
string
0000
Not in use
4 Unit No
Not in use
string
00
Not in use
5 Contine Select
Massage division method
string
NC
Disable division
6 Parameter
Parameter
Output Channel Select
EQ CH ON/OFF
Band#
Band1
EQ Enable
Filter Factors
Filter type
string
string
EQ Enable
string
Filter type
string
0
Output 1
1
Output 2
10
Output ST
0
Off
1
On
0
Off
1
On
0
LPF/HPF
1
LSH/HSH
2
PEQ
Band2 to Band11 are fixed to PEQ.
Frequency
Frequency
string
0~480
20Hz~20kHz
Refer to 6.2 Frequency Table
Gain
Gain
string
0~72
-18dB~+18dB
Refer to 6.4 EQ Gain Table
Q value
Q value
string
0~31
0.3~60
Refer to 6.3 Q Value Table
string
0
Off
1
On
Band#
Band2
EQ Enable
Filter Factors
EQ Enable
Frequency
Frequency
string
0~480
20Hz~20kHz
Refer to 6.2 Frequency Table
Gain
Gain
string
0~72
-18dB~+18dB
Refer to 6.4 EQ Gain Table
Q value
Q value
string
0~31
0.3~60
Refer to 6.3 Q Value Table
Band#
Band3
It has same parameter as band2.
Band#
Band4
It has same parameter as band2.
Band#
Band5
It has same parameter as band2.
Band#
Band6
It has same parameter as band2.
Band#
Band7
It has same parameter as band2.
Band#
Band8
It has same parameter as band2.
Band#
Band9
It has same parameter as band2.
Band#
Band10
It has same parameter as band2.
Band#
Band11
It has same parameter as band2.
Band#
Band12
It has same parameter as band1.
7 End Character
①
Remarks
Abbreviating all is not available
Output channel select
EQ CH ON/OFF
Value Description
Ending character of a message
binary
ACK/NAK
Refer to Factory Default Setting Request②.
41
0x0d
CR
When the ATDM-0604 receives an Output EQ Setting Acquisition Request, it sends the Output EQ Setting in regard to Answer to the host.
Get Command
In case of an Output EQ Setting Acquisition Request form the host, refer to the command format table below.
①
[例] g_output_eq̺O̺0000̺00̺NC̺↲
Table 4-44 Command format
No
Item
Description
Type
Value
1 Command
Command String
string
g_output_eq
2 HandShake Select
Sequence execution method
string
O
3 Model ID
Not in use
string
0000
Not in use
4 Unit No
Not in use
string
00
Not in use
5 Contine Select
Massage division method
string
NC
Disable division
6 Parameter
Parameter
string
0
Output 1
1
Output 2
10
Output ST
Output Channel Select
Output channel select
7 End Character
②
Ending character of a message
Value Description
binary 0x0d
Remarks
CR
Answer
Refer to the table below for Answer Command format from the ATDM-0604.
[例]
g_output_eq̺0000̺00̺NC̺0,0,1,2,0,36,6,1,28,36,6,1,76,36,6,1,124,36,6,1,172,36,6,1,224,36,6,1,272,3
6,6,1,320,36,6,1,368,36,6,1,416,36,6,1,464,36,6,1,2,480,36,6̺↲
Table 4-45 Answer Command format
No Item
Description
Type
Value
1 Command
Command String
string
g_output_eq
2 Model ID
Not in use
string
0000
Not in use
3 Unit No
Not in use
string
00
Not in use
4 Contine Select
Massage division method
string
NC
Disable division
5 Parameter
Parameter
string
0
Output 1
1
Output 2
10
Output ST
0
Off
1
On
0
Off
1
On
0
LPF/HPF
1
LSH/HSH
2
PEQ
Band2 to Band3 are fixed to PEQ.
Output Channel Select
EQ CH ON/OFF
Band#
Band1
EQ Enable
Filter Factors
Filter type
Remarks
Abbreviating all is not available
Output channel select
EQ CH ON/OFF
Value Description
string
EQ Enable
string
Filter type
string
Frequency
Frequency
string
0~480
20Hz~20kHz
Refer to 6.2 Frequency Table
Gain
Gain
string
0~72
-18dB~+18dB
Refer to 6.4 EQ Gain Table
Q value
Q value
string
0~31
0.3~60
Refer to 6.3 Q Value Table
EQ Enable
string
0
Off
1
On
Frequency
Frequency
string
0~480
20Hz~20kHz
Refer to 6.2 Frequency Table
Gain
Gain
string
0~72
-18dB~+18dB
Refer to 6.4 EQ Gain Table
Q value
Q value
string
0~31
0.3~60
Refer to 6.3 Q Value Table
Band#
Band2
EQ Enable
Filter Factors
Band#
Band3
It has same parameter as band2.
Band#
Band4
It has same parameter as band2.
Band#
Band5
It has same parameter as band2.
Band#
Band6
It has same parameter as band2.
Band#
Band7
It has same parameter as band2.
Band#
Band8
It has same parameter as band2.
Band#
Band9
It has same parameter as band2.
Band#
Band10
It has same parameter as band2.
Band#
Band11
It has same parameter as band2.
Band#
Band12
It has same parameter as band1.
7 End Character
Ending character of a message
binary 0x0d
42
CR
When the ATDM-0604 receives a FBS Setting Change Request, it sends the processing result regarding ACK or NAK to the host.
①
Set Command
In case of a FBS Setting Change Request form the host, refer to the command format table below.
[例] s_fbs̺S̺0000̺00̺NC̺0,0,0,,,,,,,,̺↲
Table 4-46Command format
No Item
Description
Type
1 Command
Command String
string s_fbs
2 Sequence Select
Sequence execution method
string S
3 Model ID
Not in use
string 0000
Not in use
4 Unit No
Not in use
string 00
Not in use
5 Contine Select
Massage division method
string NC
Disable division
6 Parameter
Parameter
Output Channel Select
Processing Type
Enable
FBS Enable
Band#
Remarks
string 0
Output 1
1
Output 2
10
Output ST
0
Band setting
1
Reset
2
Copy to Output EQ
string 0
Off
1
On
Band1
Filter Factors
Static
Static Select
string 0
2
Dynamics
Statics
Band#
Band2
It has same parameter as band1.
Band#
Band3
It has same parameter as band1.
Band#
Band4
It has same parameter as band1.
Band#
Band5
It has same parameter as band1.
Band#
Band6
It has same parameter as band1.
Band#
Band7
It has same parameter as band1.
Band#
Band8
It has same parameter as band1.
7 End Character
②
Value Description
Abbreviating all is not available
Output channel select
Processing Type
Value
Ending character of a message
ACK/NAK
Refer to Factory Default Setting Request②.
43
binary 0x0d
CR
When the ATDM-0604 receives a FBS Setting Acquisition Request, it sends the FBS Setting in regard to Answer to the host.
① Get Command
In case of a FBS Setting Acquisition Request form the host, refer to the command format table below.
[例] g_fbs̺O̺0000̺00̺NC̺0̺↲
Table 4-47Command format
No Item
Description
Type
Value
1 Command
Command String
string
g_fbs
2 HandShake Select
Sequence execution method
string
O
3 Model ID
Not in use
string
0000
Not in use
4 Unit No
Not in use
string
00
Not in use
5 Contine Select
Massage division method
string
NC
Disable division
6 Parameter
Parameter
string
0
Output 1
1
Output 2
10
Output ST
0x0d
CR
Output Channel Select
7 End Character
②
Output channel select
Ending character of a message
binary
Value Description
Remarks
Answer
Refer to the table below for Answer Command format from the ATDM-0604.
[例] g_fbs̺0000̺00̺NC̺0,0,0,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,̺↲
Table 4-48 Answer Command format
No Item
Description
Type
1 Command
Command String
string g_fbs
2 Model ID
Not in use
string 0000
Not in use
3 Unit No
Not in use
string 00
Not in use
4 Contine Select
Massage division method
string NC
Disable division
5 Parameter
Parameter
Output Channel Select
Processing Type
Enable
Enable
Band#
Band1
Filter Factors
Static
Value Description
Remarks
Abbreviating all is not available
Output channel select
Processing Type
Value
Static Select
string 0
Output 1
1
Output 2
10
Output ST
0
Band setting
1
Reset
Not in use
2
Copy to Output EQ
Not in use
string 0
Off
1
On
string 0
2
Dynamics
Statics
Frequency
Frequency
string 0~480 20Hz~20kHz
Refer to 6.2 Frequency Table
Gain
Gain
string 0~72
-18dB~+18dB
Refer to 6.4 EQ Gain Table
Q value
Q value
string 0~31
0.3~60
Refer to 6.3 Q Value Table
Band#
Band2
It has same parameter as band1.
Band#
Band3
It has same parameter as band1.
Band#
Band4
It has same parameter as band1.
Band#
Band5
It has same parameter as band1.
Band#
Band6
It has same parameter as band1.
Band#
Band7
It has same parameter as band1.
Band#
Band8
It has same parameter as band1.
6 End Character
Ending character of a message
44
binary 0x0d
CR
When the ATDM-0604 receives a FBS Common Setting Change Request, it sends the processing result regarding ACK or NAK to the host.
①
Set Command
In case of a FBS Common Setting Change Request form the host, refer to the command format table below.
[例]
s_fbs_general̺S̺0000̺00̺NC̺2,1̺↲
Table 4-49Command format
No Item
Description
Type
Value
1 Command
Command String
string
s_fbs_general
2 Sequence Select
Sequence execution method
string
S
3 Model ID
Not in use
string
0000
Not in use
4 Unit No
Not in use
string
00
Not in use
5 Contine Select
Massage division method
string
NC
Disable division
6 Parameter
Parameter
string
0
Low
1
Mid
2
High
0
slow
1
fast
Derection
Response
7 End Character
②
Derection
Response
string
Ending character of a message
ACK/NAK
Refer to Factory Default Setting Request②.
45
binary 0x0d
Value Description Remarks
CR
When the ATDM-0604 receives a FBS Common Setting Acquisition Request, it sends the FBS Common Setting in regard to Answer to the host.
①
Get Command
In case of a FBS Common Setting Acquisition Request form the host, refer to the command format table below.
[例] g_fbs_general̺O̺0000̺00̺NC̺↲
Table 4-50 Command format
No Item
②
Description
Type
Value
1 Command
Command String
string
g_fbs_general
2 HandShake Select
Sequence execution method
string
O
3 Model ID
Not in use
string
0000
Not in use
4 Unit No
Not in use
string
00
Not in use
5 Contine Select
Massage division method
string
NC
Disable division
6 Parameter
Parameter
7 End Character
Ending character of a message
binary 0x0d
Value Description Remarks
CR
Answer
Refer to the table below for Answer Command format from the ATDM-0604.
[例] g_fbs_general̺0000̺00̺NC̺2,1̺↲
Table 4-51 Answer Command format
No item
Description
Type
Value
1 Command
Command String
string
g_fbs_general
2 Model ID
Not in use
string
0000
Not in use
3 Unit No
Not in use
string
00
Not in use
4 Contine Select
Massage division method
string
NC
Disable division
5 Parameter
Parameter
string
0
Low
1
Mid
2
High
0
slow
1
fast
Derection
Response
6 End Character
Derection
Response
string
Ending character of a message
46
binary 0x0d
Value Description Remarks
CR
When the ATDM-0604 receives a Dynamics&Delay Setting Change Request, it sends the processing result regarding ACK or NAK to the host.
①
Set Command
In case of a Dynamics&Delay Setting Change Request form the host, refer to the command format table below.
[例] s_dynamics_delay̺0000̺00̺NC̺0,0,50,1,100,400,10,0,0,0̺↲
Table 4-52 Command format
No Item
Description
Type
1 Command
Command String
string s_dynamics_delay
2 Sequence Select
Sequence execution method
string S
3 Model ID
Not in use
string 0000
Not in use
4 Unit No
Not in use
string 00
Not in use
5 Contine Select
Massage division method
string NC
Disable division
6 Parameter
Parameter
Output Channel Select
Output channel select
Value
Value Description
Remarks
Abbreviating all is not available
string 0
OUT 1
1
OUT 2
10
OUT ST
Dynamics
Dynamics Enable
string 0
Off
1
On
Compressor Threshold
Compressor Threshold
string 0~60
-60 to 0dB
Compressor Ratio
Compressor Ratio
string 0
1:1.4
1
1:2
2
1:4
3
1:6
4
1:10
5
+∞
string 0,25,50,100,200,400,800
Compressor Attack
Compressor Attack
Compressor Release
Compressor Release
Output Gain
Output Gain
string 0~20
10 to -10dB
Limiter Threshold
,1600,3200,10000
string 50,100,200,400,800,100
0,2000
50 to 2000msec
Limiter Threshold
string 0~60
-60 to 0dB
Delay
string 0
Off
1
On
Delay Time
Delay Time
string 0~1000
0 to 1000msec
Ending character of a message
binary 0x0d
CR
ACK/NAK
Refer to Factory Default Setting Request②.
47
1.0 step
0 to 100msec
Delay
7 End Character
②
Dynamics On/Off
1.0 step
1.0 step
When the ATDM-0604 receives a Dynamics&Delay Setting Acquisition Request, it sends the Dynamics&Delay Setting in regard to Answer to the host.
① Get Command
In case of a Dynamics&Delay Setting Acquisition Request form the host, refer to the command format table below.
[例] g_dynamics_delay̺O̺0000̺00̺NC̺↲
Table 4-53Command format
No Item
Description
Type
Value
1 Command
Command String
string
g_dynamics_delay
2 HandShake Select
Sequence execution method
string
O
3 Model ID
Not in use
string
0000
Not in use
4 Unit No
Not in use
string
00
Not in use
5 Contine Select
Massage division method
string
NC
Disable division
6 Parameter
Parameter
string
0
Output 1
1
Output 2
10
Output ST
Output Channel Select
7 End Character
②
Output channel select
Ending character of a message
Value Description
binary 0x0d
Remarks
CR
Answer
Refer to the table below for Answer Command format from the ATDM-0604.
[例] g_dynamics_delay̺0000̺00̺NC̺0,0,50,1,100,400,10,0,0,0̺↲
Table 4-54 Answer Command format
No Item
Description
Type
1 Command
Command String
string g_dynamics_delay
2 Model ID
Not in use
string 0000
Not in use
3 Unit No
Not in use
string 00
Not in use
4 Contine Select
Massage division method
string NC
Disable division
5 Parameter
Parameter
string 0
Output 1
1
Output 2
10
Output ST
Output Channel Select
Output channel select
Value
Value Description
Remarks
Abbreviating all is not available
Dynamics
Delay
Delay Time
6 End Character
Dynamics Enable
Dynamics On/Off
string 0
Off
1
On
Compressor Threshold
Compressor Threshold
string 0~60
-60 to 0dB
Compressor Ratio
Compressor Ratio
string 0
1:1.4
1
1:2
2
1:4
3
1:6
4
1:10
5
+∞
string 0,25,50,100,200,400,80
Compressor Attack
Compressor Attack
Compressor Release
Compressor Release
Output Gain
Output Gain
string 0~20
10 to -10dB
Limiter Threshold
Limiter Threshold
string 0~60
-60 to 0dB
Delay
string 0
Off
1
On
0,1600,3200,10000
string 50,100,200,400,800,100
0,2000
0 to 100msec
50 to 2000msec
Delay Time
string 0~1000
0 to 1000msec
Ending character of a message
binary 0x0d
CR
48
1.0 step
1.0 step
1.0 step
When the ATDM-0604 receives an AEC Setting Change Request, it sends the processing result regarding ACK or NAK to the host.
① Set Command
In case of an AEC Setting Change Request form the host, refer to the command format table below.
[例] s_aec_general̺S̺0000̺00̺NC̺0,0,60,0,0,0,100,100,1,0,0̺↲
Table 4-55 Command format
No Item
Description
Type
Value
1 Command
Command String
string
s_aec_nc_general
2 Sequence Select
Sequence execution method
string
S
3 Model ID
Not in use
string
0000
Not in use
4 Unit No
Not in use
string
00
Not in use
5 Contine Select
Massage division method
string
NC
Disable division
6 Parameter
Parameter
string
0
Off
1
AEC
2
Noise Canceling
0
IN 1
1
IN 2
2
IN 3
3
IN 4
4
IN 5
5
IN 6
10
IN ST
12
OUT 1
13
OUT 2
22
OUT ST
AEC Mode
AEC Reference
AEC Mode
AEC Reference
Value Description
Remarks
Abbreviating all is not available
string
23
External
Reference Level
Reference Level
string
0~40
-20~+20dB
Send Reference
Send Reference
string
0
Off
1
On
AEC Sensitivity
AEC Sensitivity
string
0
Low
1
High
Output Bus
Output Bus
string
0
BUS1
1
BUS2
2
BUS ST
When Output Flip is ON,"ST" changed "L/R"
1.0 step
Noise Cancel Attenuation Level
AEC
AEC
string
0~200
0 to 20dB
0.1 step
Noise Canceling
Noise Canceling
string
0~200
0 to 20dB
0.1 step
Non Lineer Processing
string
0
Off
1
On
0
Low
1
High
0
Off
1
On
Non Lineer Processing
Non Lineer Processing Sensitivity
AEC Status Apply
7 End Character
②
Non Lineer Processing Sensitivity
Save AEC Parameter
Ending character of a message
string
string
binary 0x0d
ACK/NAK
Refer to Factory Default Setting Request②.
49
CR
It will return to 0 after FIR is saved
When the ATDM-0604 receives an AEC Setting Acquisition Request, it sends the AEC Setting in regard to Answer to the host.
①
Get Command
In case of an AEC Setting Acquisition Request form the host, refer to the command format table below.
[例] g_aec_general̺O̺0000̺00̺NC̺0̺↲
Table 4-56 Command format
No
Item
Description
Type
Value
1 Command
Command String
string
g_aec_nc_general
2 HandShake Select
Sequence execution method
string
O
3 Model ID
Not in use
string
0000
Not in use
4 Unit No
Not in use
string
00
Not in use
5 Contine Select
Massage division method
string
NC
Disable division
6 Parameter
Parameter
7 End Character
Ending character of a message
②
binary 0x0d
Value Description
Remarks
CR
Answer
Refer to the table below for Answer Command format from the ATDM-0604.
[例]g_aec_general̺0000̺00̺NC̺0,0,60,0,0,0,100,100,1,0,0̺↲
Table 4-57 Answer Command format
No Item
Description
Type
Value
1 Command
Command String
string
g_aec_nc_general
2 Model ID
Not in use
string
0000
Not in use
3 Unit No
Not in use
string
00
Not in use
4 Contine Select
Massage division method
string
NC
Disable division
5 Parameter
Parameter
string
0
Off
1
AEC
2
Noise Canceling
0
IN 1
1
IN 2
2
IN 3
3
IN 4
4
IN 5
5
IN 6
10
IN ST
12
OUT 1
13
OUT 2
22
OUT ST
23
External
AEC Mode
AEC Reference
AEC Mode
AEC Reference
Value Description
Abbreviating all is not available
string
Reference Level
Reference Level
string
0~40
-20~+20dB
Send Reference
Send Reference
string
0
Off
1
On
AEC Sensitivity
AEC Sensitivity
string
0
Low
1
High
0
BUS1
1
BUS2
2
BUS ST
Output Bus
Output Bus
Remarks
string
When Output Flip is ON,"ST" changed "L/R"
1.0 step
Noise Cancel Attenuation Level
AEC
AEC
string
0~200
0 to 20dB
0.1 step
Noise Canceling
Noise Canceling
string
0~200
0 to 20dB
0.1 step
Non Lineer Processing
Non Lineer Processing
string
0
Off
1
On
Non Lineer Processing Sensitivity
Non Lineer Processing Sensitivity
string
0
Low
1
High
0
Off
1
On
AEC Status Apply
6 End Character
Save AEC Parameter
Ending character of a message
string
binary 0x0d
50
CR
It will return to 0 after FIR is saved
When the ATDM-0604 receives an AEC Calibration Test Request、It sends the processing result to Information to the host.
①
Set Command
In case of an AEC Calibration Test Request form the host, refer to the command format table below.
[例] aec_calibration_test̺S̺0000̺00̺NC̺↲
Table 4-58 Command format
No
②
Item
Description
Type
Value
1 Command
Command String
string
aec_calibration_test
2 HandShake Select
Sequence execution method
string
S
3 Model ID
Not in use
string
0000
Not in use
4 Unit No
Not in use
string
00
Not in use
5 Contine Select
Massage division method
string
NC
Disable division
6 Parameter
Parameter
7 End Character
Ending character of a message
binary 0x0d
Value Description Remarks
CR
AEC Calibration Measurment Result Notice
When Host send AEC Calibration test request, ATDM-0604 send the test result or timeout message to information to the host.
Measurement result notification is called ace calibration notice, and is send to the PC that started measurement.
In case of a AEC calibration Measurement Result Notice to the host, refer to the command format table below.
[例] MD_aec_calibration_notice 0000 0 NC 0,0,0̺↲
Table 4-59 Answer Command format
No
Item
Description
Type
Value
1 Modify
MD
string
MD
2 Command
Command String
string
aec_calibration_notice
3 Model ID
Not in use
string
0000
Not in use
4 Unit No
Not in use
string
00
Not in use
5 Contine Select
Massage division method
string
NC
Disable division
6 Parameter
Parameter
string
0
Normal
1
Reverb Time NG
Result
Result
Value Description Remarks
While the reverbe time is
more than 250ms.
2
Delay Time NG
3
Time Out
While the delay time is
more than 160ms.
If thirty seconds passed
since command is sent.
Reverb Time
Reverb Time
string
0~
Reverb Time (ms) it's 0ms in test mode.
Delay Time
Delay Time
string
0~
Delay Time (ms)
Ending character of a message
binary 0x0d
7 End Character
Also, Information is described later in Chapter5.
51
CR
it's 0ms in test mode.
When the ATDM-0604 receives an AEC Calibration Start Request、It sends the processing result to Information to the host.
①
Set Command
In case of an AEC Calibration Start Request form the host, refer to the command format table below.
[例] aec_calibration_start̺S̺0000̺00̺NC̺↲
Table 4-60 Command format
No Item
②
Description
Type
Value
Value Description
1 Command
Command String
string
aec_calibration_start
2 HandShake Select
Sequence execution method
string
S
3 Model ID
Not in use
string
0000
Not in use
4 Unit No
Not in use
string
00
Not in use
5 Contine Select
Massage division method
string
NC
Disable division
6 Parameter
Parameter
7 End Character
Ending character of a message
binary 0x0d
Remarks
CR
AEC Calibration Measurment Result Notice
When Host send AEC Calibration Start request, ATDM-0604 send the test result or timeout message to information to the host.
Measurement result notification is called ace calibration notice, and is send to the PC that started measurement.
In case of a AEC calibration Measurement Result Notice to the host, refer to the command format table below.
[例] MD_aec_calibration_notice̺0000̺0̺NC̺↲
Table 4-61 Answer Command format
No Item
Description
Type
Value
1 Modify
MD
string
MD
2 Command
Command String
string
aec_calibration_notice
3 Model ID
Not in use
string
0000
Not in use
4 Unit No
Not in use
string
00
Not in use
5 Contine Select
Massage division method
string
NC
Disable division
6 Parameter
Parameter
string
0
Normal
1
Reverb Time NG
Result
Result
Value Description
Remarks
While the reverbe time
is more than 250ms.
2
Delay Time NG
While the delay time is
more than 160ms.
3
Time Out
If thirty seconds passed
since command is sent.
Reverb Time
Reverb Time
string
0~
Reverb Time (ms)
it's 0ms in test mode.
Delay Time
Delay Time
string
0~
Delay Time (ms)
it's 0ms in test mode.
Ending character of a message
binary 0x0d
7 End Character
CR
Also, Information is described later in Chapter5.
When the ATDM-0604 receives an AEC Calibration Stop Request, it sends the processing result regarding ACK or NAK to the host.
①
Set Command
In case of an AEC Calibration Stop Request form the host, refer to the command format table below.
[例] aec_calibration_stop̺S̺0000̺00̺NC̺↲
Table 4-62 Command format
No Item
②
Description
Type
1 Command
Command String
string aec_calibration_stop
2 HandShake Select
Sequence execution method
string S
3 Model ID
Not in use
string 0000
Not in use
4 Unit No
Not in use
string 00
Not in use
5 Contine Select
Massage division method
string NC
Disable division
6 Parameter
Parameter
7 End Character
Ending character of a message
binary 0x0d
CR
ACK/NAK
Refer to Factory Default Setting Request②.
52
Value
Value Description Remarks
When the ATDM-0604 receives a USB Out Setting Change Request, it sends the processing result regarding ACK or NAK to the host.
① Set Command
In case of a USB Out Setting Change Request form the host, refer to the command format table below.
[例] s_usb_out̺S̺0000̺00̺NC̺0,411̺↲
Table 4-63 Command format
No Item
Description
Type
Value
Value Description Remarks
1
Command
Command String
string
s_usb_out
2
Sequence Select
Sequence execution method
string
S
3
Model ID
Not in use
string
0000
Not in use
4
Unit No
Not in use
string
00
Not in use
5
Contine Select
Massage division method
string
NC
Disable division
6
Parameter
Parameter
Abbreviating all is not available
USB Out
Source Select
Send Level
7
②
End Character
Source pattern select
Pattern1
string
0
Off
Pattern2
string
1
OUT1
Pattern3
string
2
OUT2
Pattern4
string
3
ST
Pattern5
string
4
AEC
Pattern6
string
5
OUT1/OUT2
Pattern7
string
6
OUT1/AEC
Pattern8
string
7
OUT2/AEC
Send Level for USB Out
string
0~411
-∞,-120 to 0dB
Ending character of a message
binary 0x0d
ACK/NAK
Refer to Factory Default Setting Request②.
53
CR
Refer to 6.1 Fader Table
When the ATDM-0604 receives a USB Out Setting Acquisition Request, it sends the USB Out Setting in regard to Answer to the host.
①
Get Command
In case of a USB Out Setting Acquisition Request form the host, refer to the command format table below.
[例] g_usb_out̺O̺0000̺00̺NC̺↲
Table 4-64 Command format
No Item
②
Description
Type
Value
1 Command
Command String
string
g_usb_out
2 HandShake Select
Sequence execution method
string
O
3 Model ID
Not in use
string
0000
Not in use
4 Unit No
Not in use
string
00
Not in use
5 Contine Select
Massage division method
string
NC
Disable division
6 Parameter
Parameter
7 End Character
Ending character of a message
binary 0x0d
Value Description Remarks
CR
Answer
Refer to the table below for Answer Command format from the ATDM-0604.
[例] g_usb_out̺0000̺00̺NC̺0,411̺↲
Table 4-65 Answer Command format
No Item
Description
Type
Value
Value Description Remarks
1
Command
Command String
string
g_usb_out
2
Model ID
Not in use
string
0000
Not in use
3
Unit No
Not in use
string
00
Not in use
4
Contine Select
Massage division method
string
NC
Disable division
5
Parameter
Parameter
Abbreviating all is not
available
USB Out
Source Select
Send Level
6
End Character
Source pattern select
Pattern1
string
0
Off
Pattern2
string
1
OUT1
Pattern3
string
2
OUT2
Pattern4
string
3
ST
Pattern5
string
4
AEC
Pattern6
string
5
OUT1/OUT2
Pattern7
string
6
OUT1/AEC
Pattern8
string
7
OUT2/AEC
Send Level for USB Out
string
0~411
-∞,-120 to 0dB
Ending character of a message
binary 0x0d
54
CR
Refer to 6.1 Fader Table
When the ATDM-0604 receives a Smart Mix Setting Change Request, it sends the processing result regarding ACK or NAK to the host.
①
Set Command
In case of a Smart Mix Setting Change Request form the host, refer to the command format table below.
[例] s_smart_mix̺S̺0000̺00̺NC̺0,30,,,,0,0,40̺↲
Table 4-66 Command format
No Item
Description
Type
1 Command
Command String
string s_smart_mix
2 Sequence Select
Sequence execution method
string S
3 Model ID
Not in use
string 0000
Not in use
4 Unit No
Not in use
string 00
Not in use
5 Contine Select
Massage division method
string NC
Disable division
6 Parameter
Parameter
string 0
Input 1
1
Input 2
2
Input 3
3
Input 4
4
Input 5
5
Input 6
Input Channel Select
Value
Value Description
Remarks
Abbreviating all is not available
Input channel select
Smart Mix
Gain Share
Weight
Gain Share Weight
Group
Group
(Reserved)
(Reserved)
(Reserved)
(Reserved)
(Reserved)
0.5 step
string 0~60
-15 to 15
string 0
This parameter is always 0
because is not in use.
string 0
This parameter is always 0
because is not in use.
string 0
(Reserved)
This parameter is always 0
because is not in use.
Gate
Priority
Can Cut
Off attenuation of closed mic
7 End Character
②
Priority
Can Cut
Off attenuation of closed mic
string 0
Off
1
On
string 0
Off
1
On
string 0~60
Ending character of a message binary 0x0d
ACK/NAK
Refer to Factory Default Setting Request②.
55
0~-60dB
CR
1.0 step
When the ATDM-0604 receives a Smart Mix Setting acquisition Request, it sends the Smart Mix Setting in regard to Answer to the host.
① Get Command
In case of a Smart Mix Setting acquisition Request form the host, refer to the command format table below.
[例] g_smart_mix̺O̺0000̺00̺NC̺0̺↲
Table 4-67 Command format
No Item
Description
Type
Value
1 Command
Command String
string
g_smart_mix
2 HandShake Select
Sequence execution method
string
O
3 Model ID
Not in use
string
0000
Not in use
4 Unit No
Not in use
string
00
Not in use
5 Contine Select
Massage division method
string
NC
Disable division
6 Parameter
Parameter
string
0
Input 1
1
Input 2
2
Input 3
3
Input 4
4
Input 5
5
Input 6
Input Channel Select
Input channel select
7 End Character
②
Ending character of a message
Value Description
binary 0x0d
Remarks
CR
Answer
Refer to the table below for Answer Command format from the ATDM-0604.
[例] g_smart_mix̺0000̺00̺NC̺0,,30,,,,0,0,40̺↲
Table 4-68 Answer Command format
No Item
Description
Type
1 Command
Command String
string g_smart_mix
2 Model ID
Not in use
string 0000
Not in use
3 Unit No
Not in use
string 00
Not in use
4 Contine Select
Massage division method
string NC
Disable division
5 Parameter
Parameter
string 0
Input 1
1
Input 2
2
Input 3
3
Input 4
4
Input 5
5
Input 6
Input Channel Select
Value
Value Description
Remarks
Abbreviating all is not available
Input channel select
Smart Mix
Gain Share
Weight
Gain Share Weight
Group
(Reserved)
(Reserved)
(Reserved)
Group
0.5 step
string 0~60
-15 to 15
string 0
(Reserved)
This parameter is always 0
because is not in use.
string 0
(Reserved)
This parameter is always 0
because is not in use.
string 0
(Reserved)
This parameter is always 0
because is not in use.
Gate
Priority
Can Cut
Off attenuation of closed mic
6 End Character
Priority
Can Cut
string 0
Off
1
On
string 0
Off
1
On
Off attenuation of closed mic
string 0~60
0~-60dB
Ending character of a message
binary 0x0d
CR
56
1.0 step
When the ATDM-0604 receives a Smart Mix Common Setting Change Request, it sends the processing result regarding ACK or NAK to the host.
① Set Command
In case of a Smart Mix Common Setting Change Request form the host, refer to the command format table below.
[例] s_smart_mix_general̺S̺0000̺00̺NC̺2,0,2500,0,6,1̺↲
Table 4-69 Command format
No Item
Description
Type
Value
Value Description
1 Command
Command String
string s_smart_mix_general
2 Sequence Select
Sequence execution method
string S
3 Model ID
Not in use
string 0000
Not in use
4 Unit No
Not in use
string 00
Not in use
5 Contine Select
Massage division method
string NC
Disable division
6 Parameter
Parameter
Remarks
Abbreviating all is
not available
General Setting
Smart Mix Mode
Last Mic ON
Smart Mix Mode
string 0
Last Mic ON
Off
1
Gate
2
Gain Share
string 0
Off
1
On
string 500,1000,1500,2000,2500,300 500~10000 msec
Gate Hold Time
0,3500,4000,4500,5000,5500,
Gate Hold Time
6000,6500,7000,7500,8000,85
00,9000,9500,10000
7 End Character
②
NOMA
NOMA
string 0
Off
1
On
Num Of Open Mic
Num Of Open Mic
string 1~6
1 mic~6mic
Priority Mode
Priority Mode
string 0
Mode1
1
Mode2
Ending character of a message
ACK/NAK
Refer to Factory Default Setting Request②.
57
binary 0x0d
CR
When the ATDM-0604 receives a Smart Mix Common Setting acquisition Request, it sends the Smart Mix Common Setting in regard to Answer to the host.
① Get Command
In case of a Smart Mix Common Setting acquisition Request form the host, refer to the command format table below.
[例] g_smart_mix_general̺O̺0000̺00̺NC̺↲
Table 4-70 Command format
No Item
②
Description
Type
Value
Value Description
1 Command
Command String
string
g_smart_mix_general
2 HandShake Select
Sequence execution method
string
O
3 Model ID
Not in use
string
0000
Not in use
4 Unit No
Not in use
string
00
Not in use
5 Contine Select
Massage division method
string
NC
Disable division
6 Parameter
Parameter
7 End Character
Ending character of a message
binary 0x0d
Remarks
CR
Answer
Refer to the table below for Answer Command format from the ATDM-0604.
[例] g_smart_mix_general̺0000̺00̺NC̺2,0,2500,0,6,1̺↲
Table 4-71 Answer Command format
No Item
Description
Type
Value
Value Description Remarks
1 Command
Command String
string g_smart_mix_general
2 Model ID
Not in use
string 0000
Not in use
3 Unit No
Not in use
string 00
Not in use
4 Contine Select
Massage division method
string NC
Disable division
5 Parameter
Parameter
Abbreviating all is
not available
General Setting
Smart Mix Mode
Last Mic ON
Smart Mix Mode
string 0
Last Mic ON
Off
1
Gate
2
Gain Share
string 0
Off
1
On
string 500,1000,1500,2000,2 500~10000 msec
500,3000,3500,4000,4
Gate Hold Time
Gate Hold Time
500,5000,5500,6000,6
500,7000,7500,8000,8
500,9000,9500,10000
NOMA
6 End Character
NOMA
string 0
Off
1
On
Num Of Open Mic
Num Of Open Mic
string 1~6
1 mic~6mic
Priority Mode
Priority Mode
string 0
Mode1
1
Mode2
Ending character of a message
binary 0x0d
58
CR
When the ATDM-0604 receives a Logging Setting Change Request, it sends the processing result regarding ACK or NAK to the host.
①
Set Command
In case of a Logging Setting Change Request form the host, refer to the command format table below.
[例] s_log̺S̺0000̺00̺NC̺1,0̺↲
Table 4-72 Command format
No Item
Description
Type
1 Command
Command String
string s_log
2 HandShake Select
Sequence execution method
string S
3 Model ID
Not in use
string 0000 Not in use
4 Unit No
Not in use
string 00
Not in use
5 Contine Select
Massage division method
string NC
Disable division
6 Parameter
Parameter
Enabled
Output destination
Value Value Description Remarks
Abbreviating all is not available
Enabled
Output destination
string 0
Off
1
On
string 0
2
7 End Character
②
Ending character of a message
ACK/NAK
Refer to Factory Default Setting Request②.
59
Internal
Syslog
binary 0x0d CR
When the ATDM-0604 receives a Logging Setting Acquisition Request, it sends the Logging Setting in regard to Answer to the host.
①
Get Command
In case of a Logging Setting Acquisition Request form the host, refer to the command format table below.
[例] g_log̺O̺0000̺00̺NC̺↲
Table 4-73 Command format
No Item
②
Description
Type
Value Value Description Remarks
1 Command
Command String
string g_log
2 HandShake Select
Sequence execution method
string O
3 Model ID
Not in use
string 0000 Not in use
4 Unit No
Not in use
string 00
Not in use
5 Contine Select
Massage division method
string NC
Disable division
6 Parameter
Parameter
7 End Character
Ending character of a message
binary 0x0d CR
Answer
Refer to the table below for Answer Command format from the ATDM-0604.
[例] g_log̺0000̺00̺NC̺1,0̺↲
Table 4-74 Command format
No Item
Description
Type
1 Command
Command String
string g_log
2 Model ID
Not in use
string 0000 Not in use
3 Unit No
Not in use
string 00
Not in use
4 Contine Select
Massage division method
string NC
Disable division
5 Parameter
Parameter
string 0
Off
1
On
Enabled
Output destination
Enabled
Output destination
Value Value Description Remarks
string 0
2
6 End Character
Ending character of a message
60
Internal
Syslog
binary 0x0d CR
When the ATDM-0604 receives a Web Remote Operator Page Common Setting Change Request, it sends the processing result regarding ACK or NAK to
the host.
①
Set Command
In case of a Web Remote Operator Page Common Setting Change Request form the host, refer to the command format table below.
[例] s_operator_general̺S̺0000̺00̺NC̺1,6,0,1,0̺↲
Table 4-75 Command format
No Item
Description
Type
Value
Value Description
1 Command
Command String
string
s_operator_general
2 HandShake Select
Sequence execution method
string
S
3 Model ID
Not in use
string
0000
Not in use
4 Unit No
Not in use
string
00
Not in use
5 Contine Select
Massage division method
string
NC
Disable division
6 Parameter
Parameter
0
Off
1
On
1
1
2
2
3
3
4
4
5
5
6
6
0
Off
1
On
0
Off
1
On
Remarks
Operator Page Restrictions
Recall Preset
Recall Preset
string
Number of Preset
Number of Preset
string
Fader position Resume Fader position Resume
Logout Buttan
(Reserved)
7 End Character
②
Logout Buttan
string
string
(Reserved)
string
Ending character of a message
binary 0x0d
ACK/NAK
Refer to Factory Default Setting Request②.
61
This parameter is always 0
0
because is not in use.
CR
When the ATDM-0604 receives a Web Remote Operator Page Common Setting Acquisition Request, it sends the Web Remote Operator Page Setting in
regard to Answer to the host.
① Get Command
In case of a Web Remote Operator Page Common Setting Acquisition Request form the host, refer to the command format table below.
[例] g_operator_page̺O̺0000̺00̺NC̺↲
Table 4-76 Command format
No
Item
Description
Type
Value
1 Command
Command String
string
g_operator_general
2 HandShake Select
Sequence execution method
string
O
3 Model ID
Not in use
string
0000
Not in use
4 Unit No
Not in use
string
00
Not in use
5 Contine Select
Massage division method
string
NC
Disable division
6 Parameter
Parameter
7 End Character
Ending character of a message
②
binary 0x0d
Value Description
Remarks
CR
Answer
Refer to the table below for Answer Command format from the ATDM-0604.
[例] g_operator_page̺0000̺00̺NC̺1,6,0,1,0̺↲
Table 4-77 Answer Command format
No
Item
Description
Type
Value
Value Description
1 Command
Command String
string
g_operator_general
2 Model ID
Not in use
string
0000
Not in use
3 Unit No
Not in use
string
00
Not in use
4 Contine Select
Massage division method
string
NC
Disable division
5 Parameter
Parameter
string
0
Off
1
On
1
1
2
2
3
3
4
4
5
5
6
6
0
Off
1
On
0
Off
1
On
Remarks
Operator Page Restrictions
Recall Preset
Number of Preset
Recall Preset
Number of Preset
string
Fader position Resume Fader position Resume
string
Logout Buttan
string
(Reserved)
6 End Character
Logout Buttan
(Reserved)
string
Ending character of a message
binary 0x0d
62
This parameter is always 0
0
because is not in use.
CR
When the ATDM-0604 receives a Web Remote Operator Page Channel Setting Change Request, it sends the processing result regarding ACK or NAK to
the host.
① Set Command
In case of a Web Remote Operator Page Channel Setting Change Request form the host, refer to the command format table below.
[例] s_operator_channel̺S̺0000̺00̺NC̺1,0,”Mic”,0,70,0,100,1,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0̺↲
Table 4-78 Command format
No Item
Description
Type
1 Command
Command String
string s_operator_channel
Value
Value Description
2 HandShake Select
Sequence execution method
string S
3 Model ID
Not in use
string 0000
Not in use
4 Unit No
Not in use
string 00
Not in use
5 Contine Select
Massage division method
string NC
Disable division
6 Parameter
Parameter
string 1
Fader Ch1
2
Fader Ch2
3
Fader Ch3
4
Fader Ch4
5
Fader Ch5
6
Fader Ch6
7
Fader Ch7
8
Fader Ch8
Remarks
Fader Channel
Fader Channel Select
Fader Channel Select
Fader Setting
Show
Name
Show
Name
string 0
Off
1
On
char
"
string [ASCⅡ]
char
Icon
Level
Icon
Level
Maximum 10 Character
"
string 0
Mic
1
Aux
2
PC
3
Chat
4
Spk
5
Rec
string 0~100
0 to 100
Max Volume Enable Max Volume On/Off
string 0
Off
1.0step
1
On
When turneed ON,set to value
Max Volume
Max Volume
string 0~100
0 to 100
1.0step
Input1
string 0
Off
Assignment of Fader channel for IN or OUT
1
On
channel is exclusive.
string 0
Off
1
On
string 0
Off
1
On
string 0
Off
1
On
Assign
Input1
Input2
Input3
Input4
Input3
Input4
Input5
Input5
string 0
Off
1
On
Input6
Input6
string 0
Off
1
On
string 0
Off
1
On
Input ST
Input ST
Output 1
Output 1
string 0
Off
You can select from OUT1, OUT2 and ST.
1
On
And you can not select the OUT CH that
Output 2
Output 2
string 0
Off
1
On
string 0
Off
1
On
Output ST
7 End Character
②
Input2
Output ST
Ending character of a message
binary 0x0d
ACK/NAK
Refer to Factory Default Setting Request②.
63
CR
is selected already in other channel.
When the ATDM-0604 receives a Web Remote Operator Page Channel Setting Acquisition Request, it sends the Web Remote Operator Page Channel
Setting in regard to Answer to the host.
①
Get Command
In case of a Web Remote Operator Page Channel Setting Acquisition Request form the host, refer to the command format table below.
[例] g_operator_channel̺O̺0000̺00̺NC̺1̺↲
Table 4-79 Command format
No Item
Description
Type
Value
Value Description
1 Command
Command String
string g_operator_channel
2 HandShake Select
Sequence execution method
string O
3 Model ID
Not in use
string 0000
Not in use
4 Unit No
Not in use
string 00
Not in use
5 Contine Select
Massage division method
string NC
Disable division
6 Parameter
Parameter
string 1
Fader Ch1
2
Fader Ch2
3
Fader Ch3
4
Fader Ch4
5
Fader Ch5
6
Fader Ch6
7
Fader Ch7
8
Fader Ch8
Fader Channel
Fader Channel Setting
7 End Character
Fader Channel Setting
Ending character of a message
binary 0x0d
64
CR
Remarks
②
Answer
Refer to the table below for Answer Command format from the ATDM-0604.
[例] g_operator_channel̺S̺0000̺00̺NC̺1,0,”Mic”,0,70,0,100,1,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0,0̺↲
Table 4-80 Answer Command format
No Item
Description
Type
Value
Value Description
1 Command
Command String
string g_operator_channel
2 Model ID
Not in use
string 0000
Not in use
3 Unit No
Not in use
string 00
Not in use
4 Contine Select
Massage division method
string NC
Disable division
5 Parameter
Parameter
string 1
Fader Ch1
2
Fader Ch2
3
Fader Ch3
4
Fader Ch4
5
Fader Ch5
6
Fader Ch6
7
Fader Ch7
8
Fader Ch8
Remarks
Fader Channel
Fader Channel Setting
フェーダチャンネル設定
Fader Setting
Show
Name
Show
Name
string 0
Off
1
On
char
"
string [ASCⅡ]
char
Icon
Icon
Maximum 10 Character
"
string 0
Mic
1
Aux
2
PC
3
Chat
4
Spk
5
Rec
Level
Level
string 0~100
0 to 100
Max Volume Enable
Max Volume On/Off
string 0
Off
1
On
When turneed ON,set to value
Max Volume
1.0step
Max Volume
string 0~100
0 to 100
1.0step
Input1
string 0
Off
Assignment of Fader channel for IN or OUT
1
On
channel is exclusive.
string 0
Off
1
On
string 0
Off
1
On
Assign
Input1
Input2
Input3
Input2
Input3
Input4
Input4
string 0
Off
1
On
Input5
Input5
string 0
Off
1
On
Input6
Input6
string 0
Off
1
On
string 0
Off
1
On
string 0
Off
You can select from OUT1, OUT2 and ST.
1
On
And you can not select the OUT CH that
string 0
Off
1
On
Output ST
string 0
Off
1
On
Ending character of a message
binary 0x0d
Input ST
Output 1
Output 2
Output ST
6 End Character
Input ST
Output 1
Output 2
CR
65
is selected already in other channel.
When the ATDM-0604 receives a Preset Load Request, it sends the processing result regarding ACK or NAK to the host.
①
Set Command
In case of a Preset Load Request form the host, refer to the command format table below.
[例] call_preset̺S̺0000̺00̺NC̺1̺↲
Table 4-81 Command format
No Item
Description
Type
Value
1 Command
Command String
string
call_preset
2 HandShake Select
Sequence execution method
string
S
3 Model ID
Not in use
string
0000
Not in use
4 Unit No
Not in use
string
00
Not in use
5 Contine Select
Massage division method
string
NC
Disable division
6 Parameter
Parameter
Preset Number
string
1~6
Preset1~6
Ending character of a message
binary 0x0d
Preset Number
7 End Character
②
Value Description Remarks
abbreviating not available
CR
ACK/NAK
Refer to Factory Default Setting Request②.
①
When the ATDM-0604 receives a Preset Save Request, it sends the processing result regarding ACK or NAK to the host.
Set Command
In case of a Preset Save Request form the host, refer to the command format table below.
[例] save_preset̺S̺0000̺00̺NC̺1̺↲
Table 4-82 Command format
No Item
Description
Type
1 Command
Command String
string save_preset
2 HandShake Select
Sequence execution method
string S
3 Model ID
Not in use
string 0000
Not in use
4 Unit No
Not in use
string 00
Not in use
5 Contine Select
Massage division method
string NC
Disable division
6 Parameter
Parameter
Preset Number
string 1~6
Preset1~6
Ending character of a message
binary 0x0d
CR
Preset Number
7 End Character
②
ACK/NAK
Refer to Factory Default Setting Request②.
66
Value
Value Description Remarks
abbreviating not available
When the ATDM-0604 receives a Preset Name Change Request, it sends the processing result regarding ACK or NAK to the host.
①
Set Command
In case of a Preset Name Change Request form the host, refer to the command format table below.
[例] s_name_bank̺S̺0000̺00̺NC̺1,”BANK01”̺↲
Table 4-83 Command format
No Item
Description
Type
Value
Value Description
1 Command
Command String
string s_name_bank
2 HandShake Select
Sequence execution method
string S
3 Model ID
Not in use
string 0000
Not in use
4 Unit No
Not in use
string 00
Not in use
5 Contine Select
Massage division method
string NC
Disable division
6 Parameter
Parameter
Remarks
Preset Number
Preset Number
string 1~6
Disable division
abbreviating not available
Preset Name
Preset Name
string "
Beginning of the string
abbreviating not available
[UTF-8]
10 Characters
If " is included, it is defined continuously as ""
"
End of the string
abbreviating not available
7 End Character
②
Ending character of a message
binary 0x0d
CR
ACK/NAK
Refer to Factory Default Setting Request②.
67
When the ATDM-0604 receives a Preset Name Acquisition Request, it sends the Preset Name in regard to Answer to the host.
①
Get Command
In case of a Preset Name Acquisition Request form the host, refer to the command format table below.
[例] g_name_bank̺O̺0000̺00̺NC̺↲
Table 4-84 Command format
No Item
Description
Type
1 Command
Command String
string g_name_bank
2 HandShake Select
Sequence execution method
string O
3 Model ID
Not in use
string 0000
Not in use
4 Unit No
Not in use
string 00
Not in use
5 Contine Select
Massage division method
string NC
Disable division
6 Parameter
Parameter
7 End Character
Ending character of a message
binary
CR
②
Value
Value Description
0x0d
Remarks
Answer
Refer to the table below for Answer Command format from the ATDM-0604.
[例]
g_name_bank̺0000̺00̺CS̺1,”BANK01”̺↲
g_name_bank̺0000̺00̺CS̺2,”BANK02”̺↲
・
・
・
g_name_bank̺0000̺00̺CS̺6,”BANK06”̺↲
Table 4-85Command format
No Item
Description
Type
Value
Value Description
1 Command
Command String
string g_name_bank
2 Model ID
Not in use
string 0000
Not in use
3 Unit No
Not in use
string 00
Not in use
4 Contine Select
Massage division method
string CS/CM/CE
Disable division
5 Parameter
Parameter
Remarks
Preset Number
Preset Number
string 1~6
Disable division
abbreviating not available
Preset Name
Preset Name
string "
Beginning of the string
abbreviating not available
[UTF-8]
10 Characters
If " is included, it is defined continuously as ""
"
End of the string
abbreviating not available
6 End Character
Ending character of a message
binary 0x0d
CR
68
When the ATDM-0604 receives a Boot Up Preset Setting Change Request, it sends the processing result regarding ACK or NAK to the host.
Set Command
In case of a Boot Up Preset Setting Change Request form the host, refer to the command format table below.
①
[例] s_bootup_preset̺S̺0000̺00̺NC̺0̺↲
Table 4-86 Command format
No Item
Description
Type
Value
1 Command
Command String
string
s_bootup_preset
2 HandShake Select
Sequence execution method
string
S
3 Model ID
Not in use
string
0000
Not in use
4 Unit No
Not in use
string
00
Not in use
5 Contine Select
Massage division method
string
NC
Disable division
6 Parameter
Parameter
string
0
Disable
1~6
Preset1~6
Preset Number
7 End Character
②
Preset Number
Ending character of a message
Value Description Remarks
binary 0x0d
CR
ACK/NAK
Refer to Factory Default Setting Request②.
When the ATDM-0604 receives a Boot Up Preset Setting Acquisition Request, it sends the Boot Up Preset Setting in regard to Answer to the host.
① Get Command
In case of a Boot Up Preset Setting Acquisition Request form the host, refer to the command format table below.
[例] g_bootup_preset̺O̺0000̺00̺NC̺
Table 4-87 Answer Command format
No Item
②
Description
Type
Value
1 Command
Command String
string
g_bootup_preset
2 HandShake Select
Sequence execution method
string
O
3 Model ID
Not in use
string
0000
Not in use
4 Unit No
Not in use
string
00
Not in use
5 Contine Select
Massage division method
string
NC
Disable division
6 Parameter
Parameter
7 End Character
Ending character of a message
binary 0x0d
Value Description
Remarks
CR
Answer
Refer to the table below for Answer Command format from the ATDM-0604.
[例] g_bootup_preset̺0000̺00̺NC̺0̺↲
Table 4-88 Command format
No Item
Description
Type
Value
1 Command
Command String
string
g_bootup_preset
2 Model ID
Not in use
string
0000
Not in use
3 Unit No
Not in use
string
00
Not in use
4 Contine Select
Massage division method
string
NC
Disable division
5 Parameter
Parameter
string
0
Disable
1~6
Preset1~6
Preset Number
6 End Character
Preset Number
Ending character of a message
69
binary 0x0d
Value Description
CR
Remarks
When the ATDM-0604 receives a File Transfer Request, it sends the processing result regarding ACK or NAK to the host
①
Set Command
In case of a File Transfer Request form the host, refer to the command format table below.
[例]
file_transfer̺S̺0000̺00̺CS̺p1̺00000400̺1024̺[binary data]̺↲
file_transfer̺S̺0000̺00̺CM̺p1̺00000800̺1024̺[binary data]̺↲
・
・
・
file_transfer̺S̺0000̺00̺CM̺p1̺00001000̺1024̺[binary data]̺↲
file_transfer̺S̺0000̺00̺CE̺p1̺00001400̺256̺[binary data]̺↲
Table 4-89 Command format
No Item
Description
Type
Value
Value Description
1 Command
Command String
string
file_transfer
2 HandShake Select
Sequence execution method
string
S
3 Model ID
Not in use
string
0000
Not in use
4 Unit No
Not in use
string
00
Not in use
5 Contine Select
Massage division method
string
6 Parameter
Parameter
Remarks
NC/CS/CM/CE With segmentation
Kind
Transfer data Kind
Refer to 6.4 Transfer data Kind
abbreviating not available
File offset
File offset
string
abbreviating not available
00000000~
Set offset value in the update file by
FFFFFFFF
hexadecimal. Not giving "0x".
Return value from Ftell(FILE*) function.
Size
Size
string
0001~1024
Set the byte count of the size of transfer abbreviating not available
data by decimal.
Data
7 End Character
②
Data
binary
-
Set the transfer data by binary digits.
Ending character of a message
binary 0x0d
CR
ACK/NAK
Refer to Factory Default Setting Request②.
70
abbreviating not available
When the ATDM-0604 receives a File Transfer Cancelling Request, it sends the processing result regarding ACK or NAK to the host.
① Set Command
In case of a File Transfer Cancelling Request form the host, refer to the command format table below.
[例] file_transfer_cancel̺S̺0000̺00̺NC̺p1̺↲
Table 4-90 Command format
No Item
Description
Type
Value
1 Command
Command String
string
file_transfer_cancel
2 HandShake Select
Sequence execution method
string
S
3 Model ID
Not in use
string
0000
Not in use
4 Unit No
Not in use
string
00
Not in use
5 Contine Select
Massage division method
string
NC
Disable division
6 Parameter
Parameter
Kind
7 End Character
②
Value Description Remarks
Transfer data Kind
Refer to 6.4 Transfer data Kind
Ending character of a message
binary 0x0d
ACK/NAK
Refer to Factory Default Setting Request②.
71
CR
abbreviating not available
When the ATDM-0604 receives a Export Request, it sends the Export in regard to Answer to the host.
①
Get Command
In case of a Export Request form the host, refer to the command format table below.
[例] export̺O̺0000̺00̺NC̺p1̺↲
Table 4-91 Command format
No Item
Description
Type
Value
Command String
string
export
2 HandShake Select Sequence execution method
string
O
3 Model ID
Not in use
string
0000
Not in use
4 Unit No
Not in use
string
00
Not in use
5 Contine Select
Massage division method
string
NC
Disable division
6 Parameter
Parameter
1 Command
Kind
7 End Character
②
Value Description
Transfer data Kind
Refer to 6.4 Transfer data Kind
Ending character of a message
binary 0x0d
Remarks
abbreviating not available
CR
Answer
Refer to the table below for Answer Command format from the ATDM-0604.
[例] export̺0000̺00̺CS̺p1̺00000400̺1024̺[binary data]̺↲
export̺0000̺00̺CM̺p1̺00000800̺1024̺[binary data]̺↲
・
・
・
export̺0000̺00̺CM̺p1̺00001000̺1024̺[binary data]̺↲
export̺0000̺00̺CE̺p1̺00001400̺256̺[binary data]̺↲
Table 4-92 Command format
No Item
Description
Type
Value
Value Description
1 Command
Command String
string
export
2 Model ID
Not in use
string
0000
Not in use
3 Unit No
Not in use
string
00
Not in use
4 Contine Select
Massage division method
string
NC/CS/CM/CE
With segmentation
5 Parameter
Parameter
Remarks
Kind
Transfer data Kind
Refer to 6.4 Transfer data Kind
abbreviating not available
File offset
File offset
string
abbreviating not available
00000000~
Set offset value in the update file by
FFFFFFFF
hexadecimal. Not giving "0x".
Return value from Ftell(FILE*) function.
Size
Size
string
0001~1024
Set the byte count of the size of transfer
abbreviating not available
data by decimal.
Data
6 End Character
Data
binary -
Set the transfer data by binary digits.
Ending character of a message
binary 0x0d
CR
72
abbreviating not available
When the ATDM-0604 receives a Import Request , it sends the processing result regarding ACK or NAK to the host.
①
Set Command
In case of a Import Request form the host, refer to the command format table below.
[例] import̺S̺0000̺00̺NC̺p1̺↲
Table 4-93 Command format
No Item
Description
Type
Value
1 Command
Command String
string
import
2 HandShake Select
Sequence execution method
string
S
3 Model ID
Not in use
string
0000
Not in use
4 Unit No
Not in use
string
00
Not in use
5 Contine Select
Massage division method
string
NC
Disable division
6 Parameter
Parameter
Kind
7 End Character
②
Value Description
Transfer data kind
Refer to 6.4 Transfer data Kind
Ending character of a message
binary
0x0d
Remarks
abbreviating not available
CR
ACK/NAK
Refer to Factory Default Setting Request②.
When the ATDM-0604 receives a Level Meter Interval Change Request, it sends the processing result regarding ACK or NAK to the host.
① Get Command
In case of a Level Meter Interval Change Request form the host, refer to the command format table below.
[例]
s_level_meter_interval̺S̺0000̺00̺NC̺100̺↲
Table 4-94 Command format
No Item
Description
Type
Value
1 Command
Command String
string
s_level_meter_interval
2 HandShake Select
Sequence execution method
string
S
3 Model ID
Not in use
string
0000
Not in use
4 Unit No
Not in use
string
00
Not in use
5 Contine Select
Massage division method
string
NC
Disable division
6 Parameter
Parameter
Interval
7 End Character
②
Value Description
Remarks
abbreviating all is not available
Intervel time
string
Ending character of a message
binary 0x0d
ACK/NAK
Refer to Factory Default Setting Request②.
73
100~
msec
CR
Preliminary set to over 100msec
When the ATDM-0604 receives a Level Meter Acquisition Request, it sends the Level Meter in regard to Answer to the host.
①
Get Command
In case of a Level Meter Acquisition Request form the host, refer to the command format table below.
[例]
g_level_meter̺O̺0000̺00̺NC̺0̺↲
Table 4-95 Command format
No Item
Description
Type
Value
Value Description
Remarks
1 Command
Command String
string
g_level_meter
2 HandShake Select
Sequence execution method
string
O
3 Model ID
Not in use
string
0000
Not in use
4 Unit No
Not in use
string
00
Not in use
5 Contine Select
Massage division method
string
NC
Disable division
6 Parameter
Parameter
string
0
Input 1
1
Input 2
2
Input 3
3
Input 4
4
Input 5
5
Input 6
6
Input ST L
7
Input ST R
8
Output 1
9
Output 2
10
Output ST L
11
Output ST R
12
Input 1
Show the input level while
13
Input 2
changing gain.
14
Input 3
15
Input 4
16
Input 5
17
Input 6
18
Input ST L
19
Input ST R
20
ERL
show the attenuation in the
21
ERLE
level of AEC noise and echo .
22
TER
23
Reference Level
24
Input 1
Show the level that is adjusted
25
Input 2
automatically by Gain Share
26
Input 3
feature.
27
Input 4
28
Input 5
29
Input 6
30
Input ST L
31
Input ST R
32
Output 1
Show the input level of
33
Output 2
dynamics.
34
Output ST L
35
Output ST R
36
Output 1
37
Output 2
38
Output ST L
39
Output ST R
40
Output 1
41
Output 2
42
Output ST L
43
Output ST R
monitor point
Post Fader metor
Pre Fader metor
AEC
Gain Share
Dynamics
Input
Gain Reductiojn
Output
7 End Character
PostFader metor
PreFader metor
AEC
Gain Share
string
string
string
Show the level of input and
output page.
Dynamics
Input
Gain Reduction
Output
Ending character of a message
string
string
string
binary 0x0d
74
CR
Show the gain level suppressed
by compressor feature .
Show the dynamics output level.
②
Answer
Refer to the table below for Answer Command format from the ATDM-0604.
[例] g_level_meter̺0000̺00̺NC̺0,0̺↲
Table 4-96 Command format
No Item
Description
Type
Value
1 Command
Command String
string
g_level_meter
2 Model ID
Not in use
string
0000
Not in use
3 Unit No
Not in use
string
00
Not in use
4 Contine Select
Massage division method
string
NC
Disable division
5 Parameter
Parameter
string
0~43
Meter number
monitor point
monitor point
Value Description
Remarks
Refer to Level Parameter
Aquistion Request
level
6 End Character
level
string
0~61
Ending character of a message
binary 0x0d
level
CR
When the ATDM-0604 receives a Identify Request, it sends the processing result regarding ACK or NAK to the host.
①
Set Command
In case of a Identify Request form the host, refer to the command format table below.
[例] identify̺S̺0000̺00̺NC̺↲
Table 4-97 Command format
No Item
Description
Type
Value
1 Command
Command String
string
identify
2 HandShake Select
Sequence execution method
string
S
3 Model ID
Not in use
string
0000
Not in use
4 Unit No
Not in use
string
00
Not in use
5 Contine Select
Massage division method
string
NC
Disable division
6 Parameter
Parameter
7 End Character
Ending character of a message
②
ACK/NAK
Refer to Factory Default Setting Request②.
75
binary 0x0d
Value Description
CR
Remarks
When the ATDM-0604 receives a Date Setting Request, it sends the processing result regarding ACK or NAK to the host.
①
Set Command
In case of a Date Setting Request form the host, refer to the command format table below.
[例]
s_date̺S̺0000̺00̺NC̺20170125000000̺↲
Table 4-98 Command format
No Item
Description
Type
Value
1 Command
Command String
string
s_date
2 HandShake Select
Sequence execution method
string
S
3 Model ID
Not in use
string
0000
Not in use
4 Unit No
Not in use
string
00
Not in use
5 Contine Select
Massage division method
string
NC
Disable division
6 Parameter
Parameter
string
YYYYMMDDHHMMSS
Date and Time (A.D.) abbreviating not
Date
Date
Value Description
Remarks
available
7 End Character
②
Ending character of a message
binary 0x0d
CR
ACK/NAK
Refer to Factory Default Setting Request②.
When the ATDM-0604 receives a Reboot Request, it sends the processing result regarding ACK or NAK to the host.
①
Set Command
In case of a Reboot Request form the host, refer to the command format table below.
[例]
reboot̺S̺0000̺00̺NC̺↲
Table 4-99 Command format
No Item
Description
Type
Value
1 Command
Command String
string
reboot
2 HandShake Select
Sequence execution method
string
S
3 Model ID
Not in use
string
0000
Not in use
4 Unit No
Not in use
string
00
Not in use
5 Contine Select
Massage division method
string
NC
Disable division
6 Parameter
Parameter
7 End Character
Ending character of a message
②
ACK/NAK
Refer to Factory Default Setting Request②.
76
binary 0x0d
Value Description
CR
Remarks
5
UDP communication
For Information (State Change Notification) sent from the ATDM-0604, UDP protocol will be used.
Refer to chapter 4.1, for communication control flow
The Host executes a group registration for Multicast address.
No
1.
2.
Name
IPAddress
Port No
Table 5-1 Communication Control Parameter
Default Setting
Remarks
225.000.000.100
Multicast address
17000
If the state of the ATDM-0604 changes, the below State Change Notification will be executed.
<Example> Refer below for a conference state notification sequence.
ATDM-0604
Administration
Setting Function
IP Control
Host
Change of
conference setting
Open_Chann
el_notice
Graphic 5-1 Information Command Process Sequence
Refer to chapter 4.1.3.1 for transmitting error sequence.
The Host can delete the group registration at a random timing.
77
Level Meter Notification will be sent from the ATDM-0604 periodically.
Will be notified, in an interval set by the level meter setting request. (Default 100msec)
Will not be sent in case of 0 (not used) by IP Control Setting Audio Level Notification of Network setting (4.2.4).
[例]
MD̺leve̺l_meter_notice̺0000̺00̺NC̺61,61,61,61,61,61,61,61,61,61,61,61,60,60,60,60,60,60,60,
60,60,60,60,60,60,15,15,15,15,15,15,15,15,28,28,28,28,28,28,28,28,28,28,28,28̺↲
Table 5-2 Command format
No Item
Description
Type
Value
Value Description
1 Modify
MD
string
MD
2 Command
Command String
string
level_meter_notice
3 Model ID
Not in use
string
0000
Not in use
4 Unit No
Not in use
string
00
Not in use
5 Contine Select
Massage division method
string
NC
Disable division
6 Parameter
Parameter
Post Fader Meter
Level 0
Input 1
string
0~61
Level of Input 1
Level 1
Input 2
string
0~61
Level of Input 2
Level 2
Input 3
string
0~61
Level of Input 3
Level 3
Input 4
string
0~61
Level of Input 4
Level 4
Input 5
string
0~61
Level of Input 5
Level 5
Input 6
string
0~61
Level of Input 6
Level 6
Input ST L
string
0~61
Level of Input ST L
Level 7
Input ST R
string
0~61
Level of Input ST R
Level 8
Output 1
string
0~61
Level of Output 1
Level 9
Output 2
string
0~61
Level of Output 2
Level 10
Output ST L
string
0~61
Level of Output ST L
Level 11
Output ST R
string
0~61
Level of Output ST R
Level 12
Input 1
string
0~60
Level of Input 1
Level 13
Input 2
string
0~60
Level of Input 2
Level 14
Input 3
string
0~60
Level of Input 3
Level 15
Input 4
string
0~60
Level of Input 4
Level 16
Input 5
string
0~60
Level of Input 5
Level 17
Input 6
string
0~60
Level of Input 6
Level 18
Input ST L
string
0~60
Level of Input ST L
Level 19
Input ST R
string
0~60
Level of Input ST R
Level 20
ERL
string
0~60
Level of ERL
Level 21
ERLE
string
0~60
Level of ERLE
Level 22
TER
string
0~60
Level of TER
Level 23
Reference Level
string
0~60
Level of Reference
Level 24
Input 1
string
0~15
Level of Input 1
Level 25
Input 2
string
0~15
Level of Input 2
Level 26
Input 3
string
0~15
Level of Input 3
Level 27
Input 4
string
0~15
Level of Input 4
Level 28
Input 5
string
0~15
Level of Input 5
Level 29
Input 6
string
0~15
Level of Input 6
Level 30
Input ST L
string
0~15
Level of Input ST L
Level 31
Input ST R
string
0~15
Level of Input ST R
Level 32
Output 1
string
0~28
Level of Output 1
Level 33
Output 2
string
0~28
Level of Output 2
Level 34
Output ST L
string
0~28
Level of Output ST L
Level 35
Output ST R
string
0~28
Level of Output ST R
Level 36
Output 1
string
0~28
Level of Output 1
Level 37
Output 2
string
0~28
Level of Output 2
Level 38
Output ST L
string
0~28
Level of Output ST L
Level 39
Output ST R
string
0~28
Level of Output ST R
Level 40
Output 1
string
0~28
Level of Output 1
Level 41
Output 2
string
0~28
Level of Output 2
Level 42
Output ST L
string
0~28
Level of Output ST L
Level 43
Output ST R
string
0~28
Level of Output ST R
Ending character of a message
binary 0x0d
Pre Fader metor
AEC
Gain Share
Dynamics
7 End Character
78
CR
Remarks
When the Smart Mix is Enable and Active information is changed, Open Channel State Notification will be sent from the ATDM-0604.
Will not be sent in case of 0 (not used) by IP Control Setting Notification of Network setting (4.2.4).
[例]
MD̺open_channel_notice̺0000̺00̺NC̺1,1,1,1,1,1̺↲
Table 5-3 Command format
No Item
Description
Type
Value
Value Description
1 Modify
MD
string
MD
2 Command
Command String
string
open_channel_notice
3 Model ID
Not in use
string
0000
Not in use
4 Unit No
Not in use
string
00
Not in use
5 Contine Select
Massage division method
string
NC
Disable division
6 Parameter
Parameter
string
0
Close
1
Open
0
Close
1
Open
0
Close
1
Open
0
Close
1
Open
0
Close
1
Open
0
Close
1
Open
Input
Input 1
Input 2
Input 3
Input 4
Input 5
Input 6
7 End Character
Input 1
Input 2
string
Input 3
string
Input 4
string
Input 5
string
Input 6
string
Ending character of a message
binary 0x0d
79
CR
Remarks
When Smart Mix Setting is "Gate" and changes "Priority" or "Can Cut"in input channel, Can Cut state Notification will be sent from the ATDM-0604.
Will not be sent in case of 0 (not used) by IP Control Setting Notification of Network setting (4.2.4).
[例]
MD_cancut_notice̺0000̺00̺NC̺0,0,0,0,0,0̺↲
No Item
Description
Type
Value
Value Description
1 Modify
MD
string MD
2 Command
Command String
string cancut_notice
3 Model ID
Not in use
string 0000
Not in use
4 Unit No
Not in use
string 00
Not in use
5 Contine Select
Massage division method
string NC
Disable division
6 Parameter
Parameter
string 0
Off
Remarks
Input
Input 1
Input 1
If even one Off of "Priorty" and "Can
Cut".
1
On
When Both "Priority" and "Can Cut"
are Enable.
Input 2
Input 3
Input 4
Input 5
Input 6
7 End Character
Input 2
Input 3
Input 4
Input 5
Input 6
Ending character of a message
string 0
Off
1
On
string 0
Off
1
On
string 0
Off
1
On
string 0
Off
1
On
string 0
Off
1
On
binary 0x0d
It has same parameter as Input1.
It has same parameter as Input1.
It has same parameter as Input1.
It has same parameter as Input1.
It has same parameter as Input1.
CR
When loads designated Preset into current data state , Preset load Notification will be sent from the ATDM-0604.
Will not be sent in case of 0 (not used) by IP Control Setting Notification of Network setting (4.2.4).
No Item
Description
Type
Value
1 Modify
MD
string
MD
2 Command
Command String
string
recall_preset_notice
3 Model ID
Not in use
string
0000
Not in use
4 Unit No
Not in use
string
00
Not in use
5 Contine Select
Massage division method
string
NC
Disable division
6 Parameter
Parameter
Preset Number
string
1~6
Preset1~6
Ending character of a message
binary 0x0d
Preset Number
7 End Character
80
Value Description
CR
Remarks
When chaneges gain and level setting in input channel, Input Gain and Level setting Notification will be sent from the ATDM-0604.
Will not be sent in case of 0 (not used) by IP Control Setting Notification of Network setting (4.2.4)
No Item
Description
Type
Value
1 Modify
MD
string
MD
2 Command
Command String
string
input_gain_level_notice
3 Model ID
Not in use
string
0000
Not in use
4 Unit No
Not in use
string
00
Not in use
5 Contine Select
Massage division method
string
NC
Disable division
6 Parameter
Parameter
string
0
Input 1
1
Input 2
2
Input 3
3
Input 4
4
Input 5
5
Input 6
10
Input ST
0~40
+20dB to +60dB
0~40
-20dBu to -60dBu
Input Channel
Input Channel
Value Description
Remarks
gain
Mic
Line
Mic
string
Line
string
Refer to 6.5 Input Gain
Table
Level
Level
string
0~511
-∞,-120 to +10dB
Mute
Mute
string
0
Off
1
ON
Ending character of a message
binary
0x0d
CR
7 End Character
Refer to 6.5 Input Gain
Table
Refer to 6.1 Fader Table
When changes level setting in output channel , Output Level Setting Notification will be sent from the ATDM-0604.
Will not be sent in case of 0 (not used) by IP Control Setting Notification of Network setting (4.2.4).
No Item
Description
Type
Value
1 Modify
MD
string
MD
2 Command
Command String
string
output_level_notice
3 Model ID
Not in use
string
0000
Not in use
4 Unit No
Not in use
string
00
Not in use
5 Contine Select
Massage division method
string
NC
Disable division
6 Parameter
Parameter
string
0
Output 1
1
Output 2
10
Output ST
0~511
-∞,-120 to +10dB
Output Channel
Level
7 End Character
Output Channel
Level
string
Ending character of a message
binary 0x0d
81
Value Description
CR
Remarks
Refer to 6.1 Fader Table
When changes FBS state, FBS Notification will be sent from the ATDM-0604.
Will not be sent in case of 0 (not used) by IP Control Setting Notification of Network setting (4.2.4).
No Item
Description
Type
1 Modify
MD
string MD
2 Command
Command String
string fbs_notice
3 Model ID
Not in use
string 0000
Not in use
4 Unit No
Not in use
string 00
Not in use
5 Contine Select
Massage division method
string NC
Disable division
6 Parameter
Parameter
string 0
Output 1
1
Output 2
10
Output ST
Output Channel Select
Output Channel Select
Value
Value Description
Processing Type
Processing Type
string 0
Band setting
Enable
FBS On/Off
string 0
Off
1
On
Band#
Remarks
Band1
Filter Factors
Static
Static
string 0
Dynamics
Frequency
Frequency
string 0~480
20Hz~20kHz
Refer to 6.2 Frequency Table
Gain
Gain
string 0~72
-18dB~+18dB
Refer to 6.4 EQ Gain Table
Q value
Q value
string 0~31
0.3~60
Refer to 6.3 Q Value Table
2
Statics
Band#
Band2
It has same parameter as Band1.
Band#
Band3
It has same parameter as Band1.
Band#
Band4
It has same parameter as Band1.
Band#
Band5
It has same parameter as Band1.
Band#
Band6
It has same parameter as Band1.
Band#
Band7
It has same parameter as Band1.
Band#
Band8
It has same parameter as Band1.
7 End Character
Ending character of a message
binary 0x0d
CR
When changes level setting into operator page, Operator Channel setting Notification will be sent from the ATDM-0604.
Will not be sent in case of 0 (not used) by IP Control Setting Notification of Network setting (4.2.4).
No Item
Description
Type
Value
Value Description
1 Modify
MD
string
MD
2 Command
Command String
string
fbs_notice
3 Model ID
Not in use
string
0000
Not in use
4 Unit No
Not in use
string
00
Not in use
5 Contine Select
Massage division method
string
NC
Disable division
6 Parameter
Parameter
string
1
Fader Ch1
2
Fader Ch2
3
Fader Ch3
4
Fader Ch4
5
Fader Ch5
6
Fader Ch6
7
Fader Ch7
8
Fader Ch8
Remarks
Fader Channel
Fader Channel
Fader Channel
Fader Setting
Level
7 End Character
Level
string
0~100
0 to 100
Ending character of a message
binary
0x0d
CR
82
1.0step
6
Appendix
Value
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
Data[dB]
-Infinity
-120.0
-118.0
-116.0
-114.0
-112.0
-110.0
-108.0
-106.0
-104.0
-102.0
-100.0
-99.0
-98.0
-97.0
-96.0
-95.0
-94.0
-93.0
-92.0
-91.0
-90.0
-89.0
-88.0
-87.0
-86.0
-85.0
-84.0
-83.0
-82.0
-81.0
-80.0
-79.5
-79.0
-78.5
-78.0
-77.5
-77.0
-76.5
-76.0
-75.5
-75.0
-74.5
-74.0
-73.5
-73.0
-72.5
-72.0
-71.5
-71.0
-70.5
-70.0
-69.5
-69.0
-68.5
-68.0
-67.5
-67.0
-66.5
-66.0
-65.5
-65.0
-64.5
-64.0
Value
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
80
81
82
83
84
85
86
87
88
89
90
91
92
93
94
95
96
97
98
99
100
101
102
103
104
105
106
107
108
109
110
111
112
113
114
115
116
117
118
119
120
121
122
123
124
125
126
127
Data[dB]
-63.5
-63.0
-62.5
-62.0
-61.5
-61.0
-60.5
-60.0
-59.5
-59.0
-58.5
-58.0
-57.5
-57.0
-56.5
-56.0
-55.5
-55.0
-54.5
-54.0
-53.5
-53.0
-52.5
-52.0
-51.5
-51.0
-50.5
-50.0
-49.5
-49.0
-48.5
-48.0
-47.5
-47.0
-46.5
-46.0
-45.5
-45.0
-44.5
-44.0
-43.5
-43.0
-42.5
-42.0
-41.5
-41.0
-40.5
-40.0
-39.8
-39.6
-39.4
-39.2
-39.0
-38.8
-38.6
-38.4
-38.2
-38.0
-37.8
-37.6
-37.4
-37.2
-37.0
-36.8
Value
128
129
130
131
132
133
134
135
136
137
138
139
140
141
142
143
144
145
146
147
148
149
150
151
152
153
154
155
156
157
158
159
160
161
162
163
164
165
166
167
168
169
170
171
172
173
174
175
176
177
178
179
180
181
182
183
184
185
186
187
188
189
190
191
Data[dB]
-36.6
-36.4
-36.2
-36.0
-35.8
-35.6
-35.4
-35.2
-35.0
-34.8
-34.6
-34.4
-34.2
-34.0
-33.8
-33.6
-33.4
-33.2
-33.0
-32.8
-32.6
-32.4
-32.2
-32.0
-31.8
-31.6
-31.4
-31.2
-31.0
-30.8
-30.6
-30.4
-30.2
-30.0
-29.8
-29.6
-29.4
-29.2
-29.0
-28.8
-28.6
-28.4
-28.2
-28.0
-27.8
-27.6
-27.4
-27.2
-27.0
-26.8
-26.6
-26.4
-26.2
-26.0
-25.8
-25.6
-25.4
-25.2
-25.0
-24.8
-24.6
-24.4
-24.2
-24.0
Value
192
193
194
195
196
197
198
199
200
201
202
203
204
205
206
207
208
209
210
211
212
213
214
215
216
217
218
219
220
221
222
223
224
225
226
227
228
229
230
231
232
233
234
235
236
237
238
239
240
241
242
243
244
245
246
247
248
249
250
251
252
253
254
255
Data[dB]
-23.8
-23.6
-23.4
-23.2
-23.0
-22.8
-22.6
-22.4
-22.2
-22.0
-21.8
-21.6
-21.4
-21.2
-21.0
-20.8
-20.6
-20.4
-20.2
-20.0
-19.9
-19.8
-19.7
-19.6
-19.5
-19.4
-19.3
-19.2
-19.1
-19.0
-18.9
-18.8
-18.7
-18.6
-18.5
-18.4
-18.3
-18.2
-18.1
-18.0
-17.9
-17.8
-17.7
-17.6
-17.5
-17.4
-17.3
-17.2
-17.1
-17.0
-16.9
-16.8
-16.7
-16.6
-16.5
-16.4
-16.3
-16.2
-16.1
-16.0
-15.9
-15.8
-15.7
-15.6
83
Value
256
257
258
259
260
261
262
263
264
265
266
267
268
269
270
271
272
273
274
275
276
277
278
279
280
281
282
283
284
285
286
287
288
289
290
291
292
293
294
295
296
297
298
299
300
301
302
303
304
305
306
307
308
309
310
311
312
313
314
315
316
317
318
319
Data[dB]
-15.5
-15.4
-15.3
-15.2
-15.1
-15.0
-14.9
-14.8
-14.7
-14.6
-14.5
-14.4
-14.3
-14.2
-14.1
-14.0
-13.9
-13.8
-13.7
-13.6
-13.5
-13.4
-13.3
-13.2
-13.1
-13.0
-12.9
-12.8
-12.7
-12.6
-12.5
-12.4
-12.3
-12.2
-12.1
-12.0
-11.9
-11.8
-11.7
-11.6
-11.5
-11.4
-11.3
-11.2
-11.1
-11.0
-10.9
-10.8
-10.7
-10.6
-10.5
-10.4
-10.3
-10.2
-10.1
-10.0
-9.9
-9.8
-9.7
-9.6
-9.5
-9.4
-9.3
-9.2
Value
320
321
322
323
324
325
326
327
328
329
330
331
332
333
334
335
336
337
338
339
340
341
342
343
344
345
346
347
348
349
350
351
352
353
354
355
356
357
358
359
360
361
362
363
364
365
366
367
368
369
370
371
372
373
374
375
376
377
378
379
380
381
382
383
Data[dB]
-9.1
-9.0
-8.9
-8.8
-8.7
-8.6
-8.5
-8.4
-8.3
-8.2
-8.1
-8.0
-7.9
-7.8
-7.7
-7.6
-7.5
-7.4
-7.3
-7.2
-7.1
-7.0
-6.9
-6.8
-6.7
-6.6
-6.5
-6.4
-6.3
-6.2
-6.1
-6.0
-5.9
-5.8
-5.7
-5.6
-5.5
-5.4
-5.3
-5.2
-5.1
-5.0
-4.9
-4.8
-4.7
-4.6
-4.5
-4.4
-4.3
-4.2
-4.1
-4.0
-3.9
-3.8
-3.7
-3.6
-3.5
-3.4
-3.3
-3.2
-3.1
-3.0
-2.9
-2.8
Value
384
385
386
387
388
389
390
391
392
393
394
395
396
397
398
399
400
401
402
403
404
405
406
407
408
409
410
411
412
413
414
415
416
417
418
419
420
421
422
423
424
425
426
427
428
429
430
431
432
433
434
435
436
437
438
439
440
441
442
443
444
445
446
447
Data[dB]
-2.7
-2.6
-2.5
-2.4
-2.3
-2.2
-2.1
-2.0
-1.9
-1.8
-1.7
-1.6
-1.5
-1.4
-1.3
-1.2
-1.1
-1.0
-0.9
-0.8
-0.7
-0.6
-0.5
-0.4
-0.3
-0.2
-0.1
0.0
0.1
0.2
0.3
0.4
0.5
0.6
0.7
0.8
0.9
1.0
1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
1.5
1.6
1.7
1.8
1.9
2.0
2.1
2.2
2.3
2.4
2.5
2.6
2.7
2.8
2.9
3.0
3.1
3.2
3.3
3.4
3.5
3.6
Value
448
449
450
451
452
453
454
455
456
457
458
459
460
461
462
463
464
465
466
467
468
469
470
471
472
473
474
475
476
477
478
479
480
481
482
483
484
485
486
487
488
489
490
491
492
493
494
495
496
497
498
499
500
501
502
503
504
505
506
507
508
509
510
511
Data[dB]
3.7
3.8
3.9
4.0
4.1
4.2
4.3
4.4
4.5
4.6
4.7
4.8
4.9
5.0
5.1
5.2
5.3
5.4
5.5
5.6
5.7
5.8
5.9
6.0
6.1
6.2
6.3
6.4
6.5
6.6
6.7
6.8
6.9
7.0
7.1
7.2
7.3
7.4
7.5
7.6
7.7
7.8
7.9
8.0
8.1
8.2
8.3
8.4
8.5
8.6
8.7
8.8
8.9
9.0
9.1
9.2
9.3
9.4
9.5
9.6
9.7
9.8
9.9
10.0
value Frequency [Hz]
0
20
1
20.3
2
20.5
3
20.7
4
21
5
21.3
6
21.5
7
21.7
8
22
9
22.5
10
23
11
23.5
12
24
13
24.2
14
24.5
15
24.7
16
25
17
25.5
18
26
19
26.5
20
27
21
27.2
22
27.5
23
27.7
24
28
25
28.5
26
29
27
29.5
28
30
29
30.5
30
31
31
31.2
32
31.5
33
32
34
33
35
33.5
36
34
37
34.5
38
35
39
35.5
40
36
41
36.5
42
37
43
37.5
44
38
45
38.5
46
39
47
39.5
48
40
49
40.5
50
41
51
42
52
43
53
43.5
54
44
55
44.5
56
45
57
45.5
58
46
59
47
60
48
61
48.5
62
49
63
49.5
64
50
65
50.5
66
51
67
52
68
53
69
53.5
70
54
71
55
72
56
73
57
74
58
75
59
76
60
77
60.5
78
61
79
62
Display value Frequency [Hz]
Display value
Frequency [Hz]
Display value
Frequency [Hz]
Display value
Frequency [Hz]
Display value
Frequency [Hz]
Display
20.0 Hz
80
63 63.0 Hz
160
200
200 Hz
240
630
630 Hz
320
2000 2.00 kHz
400
6300 6.30 kHz
20.3 Hz
81
64 64.0 Hz
161
203
203 Hz
241
642
642 Hz
321
2030 2.03 kHz
401
6420 6.42 kHz
20.5 Hz
82
65 65.0 Hz
162
205
205 Hz
242
655
655 Hz
322
2050 2.05 kHz
402
6550 6.55 kHz
20.7 Hz
83
67 67.0 Hz
163
207
207 Hz
243
667
667 Hz
323
2080 2.08 kHz
403
6670 6.67 kHz
21.0 Hz
84
68 68.0 Hz
164
210
210 Hz
244
680
680 Hz
324
2100 2.10 kHz
404
6800 6.80 kHz
21.3 Hz
85
68.5 68.5 Hz
165
213
213 Hz
245
687
687 Hz
325
2140 2.14 kHz
405
6880 6.88 kHz
21.5 Hz
86
69 69.0 Hz
166
217
217 Hz
246
695
695 Hz
326
2170 2.17 kHz
406
6950 6.95 kHz
21.7 Hz
87
70 70.0 Hz
167
220
220 Hz
247
703
703 Hz
327
2200 2.20 kHz
407
7030 7.03 kHz
22.0 Hz
88
71 71.0 Hz
168
224
224 Hz
248
710
710 Hz
328
2240 2.24 kHz
408
7100 7.10 kHz
22.5 Hz
89
72 72.0 Hz
169
228
228 Hz
249
722
722 Hz
329
2280 2.28 kHz
409
7220 7.22 kHz
23.0 Hz
90
73 73.0 Hz
170
232
232 Hz
250
735
735 Hz
330
2320 2.32 kHz
410
7350 7.35 kHz
23.5 Hz
91
75 75.0 Hz
171
236
236 Hz
251
747
747 Hz
331
2360 2.36 kHz
411
7470 7.47 kHz
24.0 Hz
92
76 76.0 Hz
172
240
240 Hz
252
760
760 Hz
332
2400 2.40 kHz
412
7600 7.60 kHz
24.2 Hz
93
77 77.0 Hz
173
242
242 Hz
253
770
770 Hz
333
2430 2.43 kHz
413
7700 7.70 kHz
24.5 Hz
94
78 78.0 Hz
174
245
245 Hz
254
780
780 Hz
334
2450 2.45 kHz
414
7800 7.80 kHz
24.7 Hz
95
79 79.0 Hz
175
247
247 Hz
255
790
790 Hz
335
2470 2.47 kHz
415
7900 7.90 kHz
25.0 Hz
96
80 80.0 Hz
176
250
250 Hz
256
800
800 Hz
336
2500 2.50 kHz
416
8000 8.00 kHz
25.5 Hz
97
81 81.0 Hz
177
255
255 Hz
257
812
812 Hz
337
2550 2.55 kHz
417
8120 8.12 kHz
26.0 Hz
98
82 82.0 Hz
178
260
260 Hz
258
825
825 Hz
338
2600 2.60 kHz
418
8250 8.25 kHz
26.5 Hz
99
83 83.0 Hz
179
265
265 Hz
259
837
837 Hz
339
2650 2.65 kHz
419
8370 8.37 kHz
27.0 Hz 100
85 85.0 Hz
180
270
270 Hz
260
850
850 Hz
340
2700 2.70 kHz
420
8500 8.50 kHz
27.2 Hz 101
86 86.0 Hz
181
272
272 Hz
261
862
862 Hz
341
2730 2.73 kHz
421
8620 8.62 kHz
27.5 Hz 102
87 87.0 Hz
182
275
275 Hz
262
875
875 Hz
342
2750 2.75 kHz
422
8750 8.75 kHz
27.7 Hz 103
89 89.0 Hz
183
278
278 Hz
263
887
887 Hz
343
2770 2.77 kHz
423
8870 8.87 kHz
28.0 Hz 104
90 90.0 Hz
184
280
280 Hz
264
900
900 Hz
344
2800 2.80 kHz
424
9000 9.00 kHz
28.5 Hz 105
92 92.0 Hz
185
285
285 Hz
265
915
915 Hz
345
2850 2.85 kHz
425
9150 9.15 kHz
29.0 Hz 106
93 93.0 Hz
186
290
290 Hz
266
930
930 Hz
346
2900 2.90 kHz
426
9300 9.30 kHz
29.5 Hz 107
95 95.0 Hz
187
295
295 Hz
267
945
945 Hz
347
2950 2.95 kHz
427
9450 9.45 kHz
30.0 Hz 108
96 96.0 Hz
188
300
300 Hz
268
960
960 Hz
348
3000 3.00 kHz
428
9600 9.60 kHz
30.5 Hz 109
97 97.0 Hz
189
304
304 Hz
269
970
970 Hz
349
3040 3.04 kHz
429
9700 9.70 kHz
31.0 Hz 110
98 98.0 Hz
190
307
307 Hz
270
980
980 Hz
350
3070 3.07 kHz
430
9800 9.80 kHz
31.2 Hz 111
99 99.0 Hz
191
311
311 Hz
271
990
990 Hz
351
3110 3.11 kHz
431
9900 9.90 kHz
31.5 Hz 112
100
100 Hz
192
315
315 Hz
272
1000 1.00 kHz
352
3150 3.15 kHz
432
10000 10.0 kHz
32.0 Hz 113
101
101 Hz
193
321
321 Hz
273
1010 1.01 kHz
353
3210 3.21 kHz
433
10100 10.1 kHz
33.0 Hz 114
102
102 Hz
194
327
327 Hz
274
1020 1.02 kHz
354
3270 3.27 kHz
434
10300 10.3 kHz
33.5 Hz 115
103
103 Hz
195
333
333 Hz
275
1030 1.03 kHz
355
3340 3.34 kHz
435
10400 10.4 kHz
34.0 Hz 116
105
105 Hz
196
340
340 Hz
276
1050 1.05 kHz
356
3400 3.40 kHz
436
10500 10.5 kHz
34.5 Hz 117
106
106 Hz
197
344
344 Hz
277
1070 1.07 kHz
357
3440 3.44 kHz
437
10700 10.7 kHz
35.0 Hz 118
107
107 Hz
198
347
347 Hz
278
1080 1.08 kHz
358
3470 3.47 kHz
438
10900 10.9 kHz
35.5 Hz 119
108
108 Hz
199
351
351 Hz
279
1100 1.10 kHz
359
3510 3.51 kHz
439
11100 11.1 kHz
36.0 Hz 120
110
110 Hz
200
355
355 Hz
280
1120 1.12 kHz
360
3550 3.55 kHz
440
11200 11.2 kHz
36.5 Hz 121
112
112 Hz
201
361
361 Hz
281
1140 1.14 kHz
361
3610 3.61 kHz
441
11400 11.4 kHz
37.0 Hz 122
115
115 Hz
202
367
367 Hz
282
1160 1.16 kHz
362
3670 3.67 kHz
442
11600 11.6 kHz
37.5 Hz 123
118
118 Hz
203
374
374 Hz
283
1180 1.18 kHz
363
3750 3.75 kHz
443
11800 11.8 kHz
38.0 Hz 124
120
120 Hz
204
380
380 Hz
284
1200 1.20 kHz
364
3800 3.80 kHz
444
12000 12.0 kHz
38.5 Hz 125
121
121 Hz
205
385
385 Hz
285
1210 1.21 kHz
365
3850 3.85 kHz
445
12200 12.2 kHz
39.0 Hz 126
122
122 Hz
206
390
390 Hz
286
1220 1.22 kHz
366
3900 3.90 kHz
446
12300 12.3 kHz
39.5 Hz 127
123
123 Hz
207
395
395 Hz
287
1240 1.24 kHz
367
3950 3.95 kHz
447
12400 12.4 kHz
40.0 Hz 128
125
125 Hz
208
400
400 Hz
288
1250 1.25 kHz
368
4000 4.00 kHz
448
12500 12.5 kHz
40.5 Hz 129
127
127 Hz
209
408
408 Hz
289
1280 1.28 kHz
369
4070 4.07 kHz
449
12800 12.8 kHz
41.0 Hz 130
130
130 Hz
210
415
415 Hz
290
1300 1.30 kHz
370
4150 4.15 kHz
450
13000 13.0 kHz
42.0 Hz 131
133
133 Hz
211
422
422 Hz
291
1330 1.33 kHz
371
4220 4.22 kHz
451
13300 13.3 kHz
43.0 Hz 132
136
136 Hz
212
430
430 Hz
292
1360 1.36 kHz
372
4300 4.30 kHz
452
13600 13.6 kHz
43.5 Hz 133
137
137 Hz
213
435
435 Hz
293
1370 1.37 kHz
373
4350 4.35 kHz
453
13700 13.7 kHz
44.0 Hz 134
138
138 Hz
214
440
440 Hz
294
1380 1.38 kHz
374
4400 4.40 kHz
454
13800 13.8 kHz
44.5 Hz 135
139
139 Hz
215
445
445 Hz
295
1390 1.39 kHz
375
4450 4.45 kHz
455
13900 13.9 kHz
45.0 Hz 136
140
140 Hz
216
450
450 Hz
296
1400 1.40 kHz
376
4500 4.50 kHz
456
14000 14.0 kHz
45.5 Hz 137
143
143 Hz
217
457
457 Hz
297
1430 1.43 kHz
377
4570 4.57 kHz
457
14300 14.3 kHz
46.0 Hz 138
146
146 Hz
218
465
465 Hz
298
1460 1.46 kHz
378
4650 4.65 kHz
458
14600 14.6 kHz
47.0 Hz 139
149
149 Hz
219
472
472 Hz
299
1490 1.49 kHz
379
4730 4.73 kHz
459
14900 14.9 kHz
48.0 Hz 140
152
152 Hz
220
480
480 Hz
300
1520 1.52 kHz
380
4800 4.80 kHz
460
15200 15.2 kHz
48.5 Hz 141
154
154 Hz
221
485
485 Hz
301
1540 1.54 kHz
381
4850 4.85 kHz
461
15400 15.4 kHz
49.0 Hz 142
156
156 Hz
222
490
490 Hz
302
1560 1.56 kHz
382
4900 4.90 kHz
462
15600 15.6 kHz
49.5 Hz 143
158
158 Hz
223
495
495 Hz
303
1580 1.58 kHz
383
4950 4.95 kHz
463
15800 15.8 kHz
50.0 Hz 144
160
160 Hz
224
500
500 Hz
304
1600 1.60 kHz
384
5000 5.00 kHz
464
16000 16.0 kHz
50.5 Hz 145
162
162 Hz
225
507
507 Hz
305
1630 1.63 kHz
385
5080 5.08 kHz
465
16300 16.3 kHz
51.0 Hz 146
165
165 Hz
226
515
515 Hz
306
1650 1.65 kHz
386
5150 5.15 kHz
466
16500 16.5 kHz
52.0 Hz 147
167
167 Hz
227
522
522 Hz
307
1680 1.68 kHz
387
5220 5.22 kHz
467
16800 16.8 kHz
53.0 Hz 148
170
170 Hz
228
530
530 Hz
308
1700 1.70 kHz
388
5300 5.30 kHz
468
17000 17.0 kHz
53.5 Hz 149
172
172 Hz
229
538
538 Hz
309
1730 1.73 kHz
389
5380 5.38 kHz
469
17300 17.3 kHz
54.0 Hz 150
175
175 Hz
230
545
545 Hz
310
1750 1.75 kHz
390
5450 5.45 kHz
470
17500 17.5 kHz
55.0 Hz 151
177
177 Hz
231
552
552 Hz
311
1780 1.78 kHz
391
5530 5.53 kHz
471
17800 17.8 kHz
56.0 Hz 152
180
180 Hz
232
560
560 Hz
312
1800 1.80 kHz
392
5600 5.60 kHz
472
18000 18.0 kHz
57.0 Hz 153
183
183 Hz
233
570
570 Hz
313
1830 1.83 kHz
393
5700 5.70 kHz
473
18300 18.3 kHz
58.0 Hz 154
186
186 Hz
234
580
580 Hz
314
1860 1.86 kHz
394
5800 5.80 kHz
474
18600 18.6 kHz
59.0 Hz 155
189
189 Hz
235
590
590 Hz
315
1890 1.89 kHz
395
5900 5.90 kHz
475
18900 18.9 kHz
60.0 Hz 156
192
192 Hz
236
600
600 Hz
316
1920 1.92 kHz
396
6000 6.00 kHz
476
19200 19.2 kHz
60.5 Hz 157
194
194 Hz
237
608
608 Hz
317
1940 1.94 kHz
397
6080 6.08 kHz
477
19400 19.4 kHz
61.0 Hz 158
196
196 Hz
238
615
615 Hz
318
1960 1.96 kHz
398
6150 6.15 kHz
478
19600 19.6 kHz
62.0 Hz 159
198
198 Hz
239
623
623 Hz
319
1980 1.98 kHz
399
6230 6.23 kHz
479
19800 19.8 kHz
480
20000 20.0 kHz
84
#
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
Quality
0.3
0.35
0.41
0.47
0.55
0.64
0.75
0.87
1
1.2
1.4
1.6
1.9
2.2
2.5
3
3.5
4
4.5
5
6
7
8.4
10
12
14
16
19
22
25
30
60
#
Gain
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
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24
#
-18
-17.5
-17
-16.5
-16
-15.5
-15
-14.5
-14
-13.5
-13
-12.5
-12
-11.5
-11
-10.5
-10
-9.5
-9
-8.5
-8
-7.5
-7
-6.5
-6
Gain
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
#
-5.5
-5
-4.5
-4
-3.5
-3
-2.5
-2
-1.5
-1
-0.5
0
0.5
1
1.5
2
2.5
3
3.5
4
4.5
5
5.5
6
6.5
Gain
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
7
7.5
8
8.5
9
9.5
10
10.5
11
11.5
12
12.5
13
13.5
14
14.5
15
15.5
16
16.5
17
17.5
18
85
Value
Mic [dB]
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
Line [dB]
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
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20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
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32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
Aux [dB] Value
Mic [dB]
Line [dB] Aux [dB]
-30
21
41
41
-9
-29
22
42
42
-8
-28
23
43
43
-7
-27
24
44
44
-6
-26
25
45
45
-5
-25
26
46
46
-4
-24
27
47
47
-3
-23
28
48
48
-2
-22
29
49
49
-1
-21
30
50
50
0
-20
31
51
51
1
-19
32
52
52
2
-18
33
53
53
3
-17
34
54
54
4
-16
35
55
55
5
-15
36
56
56
6
-14
37
57
57
7
-13
38
58
58
8
-12
39
59
59
9
-11
40
60
60
10
-10
Value
Value Description
1
p1~p6
Preset1~6
2
i1~i20
4Band EQ
3
iall
All 4Band EQ
4
Type
Kind Transfer data kind string o1~o20
12Band EQ
5
oall
All 12Band EQ
6
l1~l2
Language file1~2
7
log
Logging file
86
Remarks
Input (4Band EQ)
Output (12Band EQ)
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