Yamaha Programmable Mixer 01 User`s guide

User’s Guide
Manuel de référence
Bedienungsanleitung
Manual de uso
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FCC INFORMATION (U.S.A.)
1. IMPORTANT NOTICE: DO NOT MODIFY THIS UNIT!
This product, when installed as indicated in the instructions contained in this manual, meets FCC requirements. Modifications not expressly approved by
Yamaha may void your authority, granted by the FCC, to use the product.
2. IMPORTANT: When connecting this product to accessories and/or another product use only high quality shielded cables. Cable/s supplied with this product
MUST be used. Follow all installation instructions. Failure to follow instructions could void your FCC authorization to use this product in the USA.
3. NOTE: This product has been tested and found to comply with the requirements listed in FCC Regulations, Part 15 for Class “B” digital devices. Compliance
with these requirements provides a reasonable level of assurance that your use of this product in a residential environment will not result in harmful interference
with other electronic devices. This equipment generates/uses radio frequencies and, if not installed and used according to the instructions found in the users
manual, may cause interference harmful to the operation of other electronic devices. Compliance with FCC regulations does not guarantee that interference
will not occur in all installations. If this product is found to be the source of interference, which can be determined by turning the unit “OFF” and “ON”, please
try to eliminate the problem by using one of the following measures:
Relocate either this product or the device that is being affected by the interference
Utilize power outlets that are on different branch (circuit breaker of fuse) circuits or install AC line filter/s.
In the case of radio or TV interference, relocate/reorient the antenna. If the antenna lead-in is 300 ohm ribbon lead, change the lead-in to coaxial type cable.
If these corrective measures do not produce satisfactory results, please contact the local retailer authorized to distribute this type of product. If you can not locate
the appropriate retailer, please contact Yamaha Corporation of America. Electronic Service Division, 6600 Orangethorpe Ave, Buena Park, CA 90620
This applies only to products distributed by YAMAHA CORPORATION OF AMERICA
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CANADA
Dette apparat overholder det gaeldende EF-direktiv vedtrørende
radiostøj.
THIS DIGITAL APPARATUS DOES NOT EXCEED THE “CLASS
B” LIMITS FOR RADIO NOISE EMISSIONS
FROM DIGITAL APPARATUS SET OUT IN THE RADIO INTERFERENCE REGULATION OF THE CANADIAN DEPARTMENT
OF COMMUNICATIONS.
Cet appareil est conforme aux prescriptions de la directive
communautaire 87/308/CEE.
Diese Geräte entsprechen der EG-Richtlinie 82/499/EWG und/
oder 87/308/EWG.
LE PRESENT APPAREIL NUMERIQUE N’EMET PAS DE BRUITS
RADIOELECTRIQUES DEPASSANT LES LIMITES APPLICABLES
AUX APPAREILS NUMERIQUES DE LA “CLASSE B”
PRESCRITES DANS LE REGLEMENT SUR LE BROUILLAGE
RADIOELECTRIQUE EDICTE PAR LE MINISTERE DES COMMUNICATIONS DU CANADA.
This product complies with the radio frequency interference requirements of the Council Directive 82/499/EEC and/or 87/308/
EEC.
Questo apparecchio è conforme al D.M.13 aprile 1989 (Direttiva
CEE/87/308) sulla soppressione dei radiodisturbi.
Este producto está de acuerdo con los requisitos sobre interferencias
de radio frequencia fijados por el Consejo Directivo 87/308/CEE.
YAMAHA CORPORATION
IMPORTANT NOTICE FOR
THE UNITED KINGDOM
Connecting the Plug and Cord
WARNING: THIS APPARATUS MUST BE EARTHED
IMPORTANT: The wires in this mains lead are coloured in accordance with
the following code:
GREEN-AND-YELLOW : EARTH
BLUE
: NEUTRAL
BROWN
: LIVE
As the colours of the wires in the mains lead of this apparatus may not
correspond with the coloured markings idenlifying the terminals in your
plug, proceed as follows:
The wire which is coloured GREEN and YELLOW must be connected to the
terminal in the plug which is marked by the letter E or by the safety earth
symbol or coloured GREEN and YELLOW.
The wire which is coloured BLUE must be connected to the terminal which
is marked with the letter N or coloured BLACK.
The wire which is coloured BROWN must be connected to the terminal
which is marked with the letter L or coloured RED.
* This applies only to products distributed by YAMAHA KEMBLE MUSIC (U.K.)
LTD.
This applies only to products distributed by YAMAHA CANADA
MUSIC LTD.
*
Litiumbatter!
Bör endast bytas av servicepersonal.
Explosionsfara vid felaktig hantering.
VAROITUS!
Lithiumparisto, Räjähdysvaara.
Pariston saa vaihtaa ainoastaan aian
ammattimies.
ADVARSELl!
Lithiumbatter!
Eksplosionsfare. Udskiftning må kun foretages
af en sagkyndig, –og som beskrevet i
servicemanualen.
CONNEXIONS DES MICROPHONES ET DE LEURS CÂBLES
POUR ÉVITER TOUT ENDOMMAGEMENT, S’ASSURER DE
BRANCHER UNIQUEMENT DES MICROPHONES ET DES
CÂBLES DE MICROPHONES CONCUS SELON LA NORME
IEC268-15A.
MICROPHONE CABLES AND MICROPHONES CONNECTION
TO PREVENT HAZARD OR DAMAGE, ENSURE THAT ONLY
MICROPHONE CABLES AND MICROPHONES DESIGNED TO
THE IEC268-15A STANDARD ARE CONNECTED.
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Brief Contents
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Touring ProMix 01 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
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User Interface . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
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Mixer Functions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
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Auxiliaries and Effects . . . . . . . . . . . . 29
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CUE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49
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Groups and Pairs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55
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Scene Memories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 61
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Dynamics Processors . . . . . . . . . . . . 67
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MIDI . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 79
10 Other Functions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 89
Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 93
Appendix . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 95
Glossary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 109
Index . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 113
Additions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Add-1
MIDI Data Format . . . . . . . . . . . . . Add-16
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Full Contents
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Touring ProMix 01 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1
Top Panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2
Rear Panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
ProMix 01 Block Diagram . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
An Analog Mixer Analogy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
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User Interface . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
About the User Interface . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
LCD Display . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Cursor Buttons . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
PARAMETER Wheel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
ENTER Button . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
SEL Buttons . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
LCD Functions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Mixer Functions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
Phantom Power . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Pad . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Gain . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Metering . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Phase . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
EQ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
EQ Library . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
EQ Presets . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Faders . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
ON Buttons . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Pan and Balance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Stereo Output Balance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Stereo-Pair Pans . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Stereo Width . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Auxiliaries and Effects . . . . . . . . . . . . 29
About Auxiliaries . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
About Effects . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Preset Effects Programs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Stereo Input Channel and Sends . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Applying Effects . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Sending a Channel Signal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
SEND1 and SEND2 Pre or Post . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Returning the Processed Signal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Recalling Effects Programs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Editing Effects Programs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Storing Effects Programs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Preset Effects Program Parameters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
SEND3 and SEND4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
SEND3 and SEND4 Pre or Post . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
SEND3-4 Stereo Pair . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
SEND3-4 Channel Pans & Balance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
SEND3-4 Output Balance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
SEND3-4 Block Diagram . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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CUE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49
About CUE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
CUE Modes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Group CUE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Setting the CUE Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
CUE Signal Sources . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
CUE/2TR IN Switch . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
CUE LCD Function Info . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Dynamics Processors . . . . . . . . . . . . 67
ProMix 01 Dynamics Processors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Preset Dynamics Programs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Processor Types . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Patching in a Processor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Dynamics Processor Meters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Pre-Fader or Post-Fader Patches . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Recalling a Dynamics Program . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Editing a Dynamics Program . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Storing a Dynamics Program . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Preset Dynamics Processor Parameters . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Scene Memories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 61
What are Scene Memories? . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
What’s Stored in a Scene Memory? . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
What is the Edit Buffer? . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Mix Scene 00 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Storing Mix Scenes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Recalling Mix Scenes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Protecting Scene Memories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Groups and Pairs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55
Grouping Faders . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Listening to Groups . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Group Block Diagram . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Pairing Channels . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Pair Block Diagram . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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MIDI . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 79
MIDI and ProMix 01 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
MIDI Setup . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Program Change . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Control Change . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Bulk Dump/Request . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Local ON/OFF . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Memory Control Change Out . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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10 Other Functions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 89
Using the Oscillator . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Checking the Battery . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
ProMix 01 Initialization . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Fader Calibration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 93
Appendix . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 95
LCD Function Map . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 96
Button Protector . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 97
Data Types . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 98
Error Messages . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 100
ProMix 01 Compatible Products . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 104
General Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 105
Input Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 106
Output Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 106
Digital OUT & MIDI Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 107
Digital Out Channel Status . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 107
Glossary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 109
Index . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 113
Additions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Add-1
ProMix 01 Level Diagram . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
ProMix 01 Dimensions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Optional Rack-Mount Ears . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Optional Wooden Side Panels . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Mix Scene to Program Change Assignment Table . .
Control Change to Parameter Assignment Table . .
Add-1
Add-2
Add-3
Add-3
Add-4
Add-5
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MIDI Data Format . . . . . . . . . . . . . Add-16
1 General Items . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
2 Transmission/Reception . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
3 Transmission Condition . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
4 Receive Condition . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
5 Bulk Dump Request Format . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Button Number Table . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Add-16
Add-16
Add-18
Add-18
Add-19
Add-28
Touring ProMix 01
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Touring ProMix 01
In this chapter...
Top Panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Rear Panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
ProMix 01 Block Diagram . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
An Analog Mixer Analogy . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Chapter 1: Touring ProMix 01
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ST OUT
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Top Panel
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1. PAD switches
These switch the input Pad, which attenuates the input signal by
20 dB. See “Pad” on page 18 for more details.
2. GAIN controls
These control the gain of the input preamp. See “Gain” on page 18
for more details.
3. LCD
This is a 240 x 64 dot backlit graphic LCD and it displays the LCD
functions and their parameter values graphically and numerically.
4. SCENE MEMORY buttons
These buttons are used to select, store, and recall mix scenes. See
“Scene Memories” on page 61 for more details.
5. Function buttons
These buttons access the various LCD functions. The name of the currently selected LCD function is shown in the FUNCTION area on the
LCD.
6. SEL buttons
The SEL buttons are used to select channels. Input channel and stereo
input channel [SEL] buttons select their respective channels. The
RTN/SEND [SEL] button, however, is used to select SEND3, SEND4,
RTN1, and RTN2. Pressing it repeatedly cycles through the four
options. The currently selected RTN/SEND channel is indicated by
the highlighted arrow at the right side of the LCD. When a channel is
selected, its [SEL] button LED lights up.
7. ON buttons
These buttons are used to turn channels ON and OFF. Input channel
and stereo input channel [ON] buttons turn their respective channels
ON and OFF. The RTN/SEND [ON] button, however, is used to turn
SEND3, SEND4, RTN1, and RTN2 ON and OFF. You must, therefore,
use the RTN/SEND [SEL] button to select the RTN/SEND channel
that you want to turn ON or OFF beforehand. When a channel is ON,
its [ON] button LED lights up. When a channel is turned OFF, the
LED goes OFF.
8. Faders
These are multifunction controls, which means they are used to control more than one signal. They’re motorized, too, which means that
they position themselves automatically when, for example, a mix
scene is recalled, a number of faders are grouped, or an automated
mix via MIDI is played back. See “Faders” on page 25 for more details.
9. CUE/2TR IN switch
This switch determines the signal source for the monitor output and
phones. CUE selects the Cue bus, and 2TR IN selects the 2TR IN connection.
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10.PHONES LEVEL control
This is used to adjust the headphone output level.
11.MONITOR OUT LEVEL control
This is used to adjust the monitor output level.
12.LCD Contrast control
This is used to adjust the LCD contrast. Set it so that the LCD appears
clear and easy to read. You may need to adjust it again when
ProMix 01 warms up or when the LCD is viewed from a different
height or angle.
13.ENTER button
The exact operation of this button depends on the selected LCD function. Essentially, it performs two operations. First, to enter/confirm
settings made using the PARAMETER wheel. Second, to set parameters that have only two options. For example, EQ ON/OFF and Peak
Hold ON/OFF.
14.PARAMETER wheel
This is used to adjust parameter values. Turn it clockwise to increase
a value, and counterclockwise to decrease it.
15.Cursor buttons
These are used to select parameters and options on the LCD.
16.Stereo output meters
These 12-segment LED meters display the stereo output levels. See
“Metering” on page 19 for more details.
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Rear Panel
Rear Panel
1
3
2
4
PHANTOM
MASTER
CH1~8
ON OFF
(+48V)
–10dB
R (UNBAL) L
2TR IN
R
+4dB
(UNBAL)
L
16
15
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13
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11
8
9
10
6
7
INPUT
ST IN
5
4
2
3
1
(BAL)
ANALOG
DIGITAL
POWER
ON
OFF
R
+4dB
(UNBAL)
L
4
+4dB
(UNBAL)
3
L
R
R
–10dB
(UNBAL)
L
COAXIAL
OUT
IN
+4dB (BAL)
PHONES
5
MONITOR OUT
6
7
AUX SEND
8
STEREO OUT
9
REC OUT
0
MIDI
A
1. PHANTOM MASTER switch
This switch is used to turn the +48V DC phantom power ON and
OFF. Phantom power is switched simultaneously for input channels
1 through 8.
2. 2TR IN
These are RCA/phono jacks with a –10 dB nominal input level. Signals input here are fed through to the CUE/2TR IN switch and are
monitored via the monitor out and headphones. The outputs of a
2-track master recorder can be connected here for confidence monitoring and playback.
Note: When no plugs are inserted into the ST IN phone jacks, the 2TR
IN signals are fed through to the stereo input channel. This means that
you can apply EQ, etc., to the 2TR IN signals. When plugs are inserted
into the ST IN phone jacks, however, this connection is broken.
3. ST IN
These are unbalanced 1/4" phone jacks with a +4dB nominal input
level. Signals input here are fed through to the stereo input channel.
The outputs of an external effects processor, or other device with stereo line-level outputs can be connected here.
When no plugs are inserted, the 2TR IN signals are fed through to the
stereo input channel (see above note).
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4. INPUT (BAL)
Hot
Ground
1
2
3
Cold
Cold
Ground
Hot
Input channels 1 through 8 have balanced XLR-3-31 type connectors
for connecting microphones. The nominal input level is –60dB to
+4dB. They are wired according to the IEC 268 standard: Pin
1–ground, pin 2–hot (+), and pin 3–cold (–). Phantom powering is
available for condenser type microphones, and it is set using the
PHANTOM MASTER switch.
Input channels 9 through 16 have balanced phone jack connectors.
The nominal input level is –60dB to +4dB. Wiring is sleeve–ground,
tip–hot (+), and ring–cold (–). They can be used with balanced or
unbalanced plugs.
Besides connector type and phantom power, the input circuits for
inputs 1 through 16 are the same. So with an adaptor cable, inputs 9
through 16 can also be used with balanced microphones.
Note: Make sure that the balanced devices you connect to the INPUTs
also use pin 2–hot, pin 3–cold wiring. If they’re wired differently, undesirable phase shifts may occur. Refer to their user manuals for details.
5. POWER switch
This is a push-type power switch. It’s recessed to prevent accidental
operation. Press once to power ON; press again to power OFF.
6. PHONES
This is a stereo (TRS) 1/4" phone jack. A pair of stereo headphones
can be connected here for monitoring. The phones output signal
source is the same as that of the monitor output. The headphone level
is set using the PHONES LEVEL control.
7. MONITOR OUT
These are unbalanced 1/4" phone jacks with a +4dB nominal output
level. They output the monitor signals, and can be connected to the
inputs on a monitor amplifier. The monitor signal source is determined by the CUE/2TR IN switch and CUE modes. The output level
is set using the MONITOR OUT LEVEL control.
8. AUX SEND
These are unbalanced 1/4" phone jacks with a +4dB nominal output
level. They output the SEND3 and SEND4 signals, and can be used
to feed external effects processors, foldback amplifiers, or multitrack
recording equipment.
SEND3 and SEND4 can be configured as a stereo pair. In this case,
an additional pan control on each input channel and a balance control
on the stereo input channel allows input signals to be panned between
these outputs. See “SEND3-4 Stereo Pair” on page 46 for more details.
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9. STEREO OUT
Ground
1
2
Hot
3
Cold
These are balanced XLR-3-32 type connectors with a +4dB nominal
output level. They are wired pin 1–ground, pin 2–hot (+), and pin
3–cold (–).They output the main stereo signals and can be connected
to power amplifiers in sound reinforcement applications.
Note: When the STEREO OUT XLRs are used with unbalanced connectors, their maximum output level is reduced by 6dB. This means that
the STEREO OUT signal actually clips when the 12dB LED lights up,
which is 8dB before the CLIP LED.
10.REC OUT
The ANALOG outputs are RCA/phono jacks with a –10dB nominal
output level. They output the main stereo signals for recording, and
can be connected to cassette and other analog recorders. They can also
be used instead of the XLR STEREO OUTs to connect ProMix 01 to
your home hi-fi system.
The DIGITAL COAXIAL output is an RCA/phono jack. It outputs the
main stereo signals for recording, and can be connected to DAT, MD,
and DCC digital recorders via a 75 ohm coaxial cable. The digital output format is IEC958 (Consumer).
11.MIDI
These are standard MIDI IN and OUT connections. They can be used
to connect a controlling computer or MIDI sequencer for automated
control. They can also be used for control of other ProMix 01s in a
multiple system. See “MIDI” on page 79.
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2TR IN L
–10dB
(UNBAL) R
R
L
CH9–16
ST IN
+4dB
(UNBAL)
INPUT
(BAL)
CH1–8
20dB
OSCILLATOR
INTERNAL
EFFECT2
INTERNAL
EFFECT 1
AD
AD
Same as
CH 1–8
PAD
AD
GAIN
HA
20dB
PAD
OFF
PHANTOM MASTER (+48V)
ON
METER
METER
METER
ø
ø
METER
ø
METER
3BAND
PEQ
3BAND
PEQ
3BAND
PEQ
3BAND
PEQ
3BAND
PEQ
3BAND
PEQ
3BAND
PEQ
LEVEL
RTN2
FADER
RTN1
FADER
ON
CUE
CUE
ON
ST IN FADER
ON
CH FADER
ON
ON
CUE
CUE
ST OUT
DUAL
PAN
DUAL
PAN
SEND4
SEND3
SEND2
SEND1
DUAL
PAN
SEND4
SEND3
SEND2
SEND1
PAN
SEND4
SEND3
ASSIGN
PRE/POST
ST SEND CUE
LR1234LR
COMP
COMP
COMP
COMP
CUE
CUE
ON
SEND4
FADER
ON
ON
ST OUT
BALANCE
SEND3
FADER
3BAND
PEQ
3BAND
PEQ
ST OUT
FADER
COMP
METER
METER
METER
COMP
COMP
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DA
DA
DA
DA
DA
DA
EVEN/R IN
KEY IN
ODD/L IN
LEVEL
PHONES
MONITOR OUT
+4dB(UNBAL)
SEN D 4
+4dB(UNBAL)
SEN D 3
+4dB(UNBAL)
R
L
PHONES
DIGITAL
COAXIAL
REC OUT
STEREO OUT
+4dB(BAL)
L ANALOG
–10dB
R (UNBAL)
R
L
EVEN/R OUT
ODD/L OUT
LCD functions
Multifunction faders and switches
CUE/ MONITOR OUT
2TR IN
LEVEL
FORMAT
CONVERTER
ENVELOPE
FOLLOWER
COMP (×3)
GAIN
REDUCTION OUTPUT
METER
METER
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ProMix 01 Block Diagram
COMP
ProMix 01 Block Diagram
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An Analog Mixer Analogy
If ProMix 01 had an analog mixer interface, it might look something like this. If you’re familiar with analog
mixers, you may find this illustration reassuring, and the cross references will certainly help you locate information quickly. Remember that ProMix 01 offers a lot more than what’s shown below, i.e., scene memories,
full MIDI control, two internal effects, three dynamics processors...
Phantom kP.18
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–16
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PEAK
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–15
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0
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LEVEL
SEND3
L
SEND4
CUE
CUE
0
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PHONES
CUE/2TR IN
0
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SEND1
0
10
SEND2
PRE/POST
0
10
SEND1
PRE/POST
0
10
SEND2
PRE/POST
0
10
SEND3
MONITOR CUE/ST FIX
PRE/POST
PRE/POST
–15
+15
HIGH
PRE/POST
–15
+15
MID
F
F
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Q
Q
Q
SHELF
PEAK
–15
+15
HIGH
SHELF
PEAK
F
0
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SEND3
PRE/POST
Q
0
10
SEND4
PRE/POST
–15
+15
LOW
Q
L
R
DUAL PAN
PAN
L
R
DUAL PAN
Q
–15
+15
LOW
CUE
CUE
CLIP
+12
+6
0
–40
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0
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6
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Q
–15
+15
LOW
EQ ON
0
ON
CUE
CLIP
+12
+6
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–40
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–40
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EQ ON
L
R
DUAL PAN
CUE
CLIP
+12
+6
0
–40
6
F
–15
+15
MID
SHELF
PEAK
ON
ON
ON
SHELF
PEAK
F
EQ ON
R
–15
+15
HIGH
F
–15
+15
MID
SHELF
PEAK
L
CUEkP.50
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PANkP.26
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CUE/2TR
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LEVEL
SHELF
PEAK
EQ ON
0
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SEND4
CUEkP.50
PHONES,
MONITOR
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F
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15
12
9
6
3
0
–6
–12
–18
–24
–40
CLIP
+12
+6
0
–40
ON
F
Q
SHELF
PEAK
CLIP
+12
+6
0
–40
Q
–15
+15
HIGH
F
–15
+15
MID
SEND1, 2
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40
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40
60
∞
RTN1
∞
RTN2
∞
ST OUT
FaderskP.25
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User Interface
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User Interface
In this chapter...
About the User Interface . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
LCD Display . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Cursor Buttons . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
PARAMETER Wheel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
ENTER Button . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
SEL Buttons . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
LCD Functions . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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About the User Interface
ProMix 01 user interface is straightforward and easy to use. It consists
of a large backlit LCD display, four cursor buttons, a detented
PARAMETER wheel, ENTER button, and the channel [SEL] buttons.
Each of these are explained in detail in the following sections. Functions without dedicated controls are organized into LCD functions,
which are selected using the function buttons to the left of the LCD.
LCD Display
The large backlit 240 x 64 dot graphic LCD display provides clear indication of mix settings and operating status. As well as showing parameter values numerically, faders and rotary controls are represented
graphically, so you can actually see pan positions and fader positions.
In addition, EQ curves are displayed graphically and signal levels are
metered. The following illustration shows information that is always
displayed and explains what it means.
The FUNCTION area
shows the name of
the selected LCD
function
The MEMORY area
shows the current mix
scene name and
number
The highlighted arrow
indicates the channel
selected using the
RTN/SEND [SEL] button
FUNCTION
RTN
1
RTN
2
MEMORY
SEND 3
SEL CH
SEND 4
The SEL CH area
shows the currently
selected channel
This icon indicates that
another display is available to the right. When
that display is selected,
the icon moves to the left
side of the display
The following table shows what can appear in the FUNCTION,
MEMORY, and SEL CH areas of the LCD.
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LCD Area
Displayed
FUNCTION
UTILITY, MIDI, SCENE MEMORY, GROUP, PAIR, METER, PAN/∅,
COMP, CUE, SEND1, SEND2, SEND3, SEND4, SEND3-4, EQ, LIBRARY
MEMORY
Name and number of the current mix scene: 00 to 50
SEL CH
CH1–CH16, ST IN, RTN1, RTN2, SEND3, SEND4, SEND3-4, ST OUT
Cursor Buttons
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Cursor Buttons
The cursor buttons are used to select parameters and options on the
LCD. The selected parameter or option appears highlighted.
Highlighted
The [√] and [®] cursor buttons move the cursor left and right, and
the [π] and [†] cursor buttons move the cursor up and down.
Cursor buttons are also used to position the cursor in a name when
naming mix scenes, user effects programs, user EQ programs, and
user dynamics programs. They are also used to select LCD functions
listed on the UTILITY and MIDI LCD function menus.
When a display left or right icon appears at the left or right side of the
display, indicating that another display is available, the [√] and [®]
cursor buttons are used to select the display.
Display left–right icons.
PARAMETER Wheel
The PARAMETER wheel is used to adjust the parameter selected
using the cursor buttons. Its detented action gives it a positive feel,
allowing quick and accurate parameter adjustments. Turning it clockwise increases the selected parameter value, or turns the parameter
ON. Turning it counterclockwise decreases the selected parameter
value, or turns the parameter OFF. The faster you turn it, the faster
the parameter value changes.
The PARAMETER wheel is also used to scroll through mix scenes,
effects programs, EQ programs, and dynamics processor programs.
When naming mix scenes, user effects programs, user EQ programs,
and user dynamics programs, the PARAMETER wheel is used scroll
through the available characters.
ENTER Button
ENTER
The [ENTER] button is used to confirm settings made using the
PARAMETER wheel and to toggle two-option parameters such as EQ
ON/OFF and Effect ON/OFF. It is also used to access LCD functions
listed on the UTILITY and MIDI LCD function menus.
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SEL Buttons
SEL
The [SEL] buttons are used in conjunction with the LCD functions.
To perform an action on a channel, first select it using a [SEL] button,
then choose a function using the function buttons to the left of the
LCD. This form of editing is similar to computer word processing.
First, you select your text, then execute a function.
The input channel, stereo input channel, and stereo output [SEL]
buttons select their respective channels. The RTN/SEND [SEL] button, on the other hand, is used to select RTN1, RTN2, SEND3, and
SEND4. Pressing it repeatedly cycles through the options in the following order:
RTN1—>RTN2—>SEND3—>SEND4—>
When SEND3 and SEND4 are used as a stereo pair, SEND3 and
SEND4 are selected together. The order then becomes:
RTN1—>RTN2—>SEND3-4—>
RTN1, RTN2, SEND3, and SEND4 are selected automatically when
the corresponding [SEND] button is pressed. For example, pressing
[SEND1] selects RTN1 and pressing [SEND3] selects SEND3.
When a channel is selected, its [SEL] button LED lights up and its
name appears in the SEL CH area of the LCD. Stereo-pair channels
are selected together. The channel currently selected by the
RTN/SEND [SEL] button is indicated by the highlighted arrow head
at the right side of the LCD.
Selected RTN/SEND channel
RTN1
RTN2
SEND3
SEND4
Selected channel
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LCD Functions
ProMix 01 functions without dedicated controls are organized into
LCD functions. They are selected using the function buttons to the
left of the LCD. The name of the selected LCD function appears in
the FUNCTION area of the display.
The following table lists all LCD functions and explains what they do.
LCD Function
Description
UTILITY
Lists the utility functions: OSCILLATOR, SEND3, 4 CONFIGURATION, OUTPUT COMP PATCH POINT, MEMORY PROTECT,
and BATTERY CHECK.
MIDI
Lists the MIDI functions: MIDI SETUP, PROGRAM CHANGE ASSIGN, CONTROL CHANGE ASSIGN, BULK DUMP/REQUEST,
LOCAL ON/OFF, and MEMORY CONTROL CHANGE OUT.
SCENE MEMORY Store and recall mix scenes.
GROUP
Set up the four fader groups.
PAIR
Set up channel pairs.
METER
Meter CH1–16, ST IN, RTN1, RTN2, SEND3, and SEND4 levels.
There are two displays.
PAN/∅
Set pan, balance, and phase. There are three displays.
COMP
Store, recall, and edit COMP1, COMP2, COMP3.
CUE
Set the CUE mode and display channel information.
SEND1
Store, recall, and edit effects programs for internal Effect 1.
SEND2
Store, recall, and edit effects programs for internal Effect 2.
SEND3
Set up SEND3.
SEND4
Set up SEND4.
SEND3-4
This LCD function appears instead of SEND3 and SEND4 in
SEND3-4 stereo mode. There are two displays. The second display contains the channel-to-SEND3-4 pan controls.
EQ
Set the EQ.
LIBRARY
Store and recall EQ programs.
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Mixer Functions
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Mixer Functions
In this chapter...
Phantom Power . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Pad . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Gain . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Metering . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Phase . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
EQ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
EQ Library . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
EQ Presets . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Faders . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
ON Buttons . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Pan and Balance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Stereo Output Balance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Stereo-Pair Pans . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Stereo Width . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Chapter 3: Mixer Functions
Phantom Power
PHANTOM
MASTER
CH1~8
ON OFF
(+48V)
Phantom power provides a +48V DC power source for condenser
type microphones. It is applied to XLR input channels 1 through 8.
The PHANTOM MASTER switch on the rear panel is used to turn it
ON and OFF. Phantom power is applied simultaneously to all eight
inputs. It cannot be set for individual inputs.
With phantom power set to ON, non-phantom powered microphones, dynamic microphones, and balanced line-level sources can
still be connected to inputs 1 through 8. However, be careful with
unbalanced sources.
Pad
PAD
20dB
The Pad function attenuates input signals by 20dB. This is useful
when inputting high level signals that overload the input preamp. By
increasing the effective range of the GAIN control, high-level signals
can be adjusted accurately. Pad can be set individually for the 16 input
channels. The PAD switch at the top of each channel is used to turn
it ON and OFF: switch up for OFF, down for ON.
Gain
–16 –60
GAIN
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The GAIN controls are used to optimize the input channel signal levels. Use them with the METER LCD function, which shows the input
signal levels. Ideally the level should be set relatively high and it’s OK
for it to reach CLIP occasionally. If CLIP is reached often, however,
back off the GAIN control a little, otherwise signal distortion may
occur. The GAIN control should be set with some care, because if it
is set too low, the S/N performance will suffer, and if it is set too high,
unpleasant signal clipping and distortion may occur.
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Metering
1. Press [METER].
The METER LCD function
appears.
2. To turn the Peak Hold function ON and OFF, press
[ENTER] or use the PARAMETER wheel.
3. Use the [√] [®] cursor buttons or press [ENTER] to
switch between the two
METER displays.
CLIP
15
12
9
6
3
0
–6
–12
–18
–24
–40
R
L
Stereo output meters
ProMix 01 features comprehensive signal level metering. Input channels, the stereo input channel, RTN1, RTN2, SEND3, and SEND4 are
all metered using the METER LCD function. The stereo output is
metered using the dedicated 12-segment LED meters. Peak hold is
available for all meters.
The METER LCD function consists of two displays. One shows the
16 input channels. The other, the stereo input (ST IN), RTN1, RTN2,
SEND3, and SEND4. Both displays are shown below.
The Peak Hold function can be turned ON and OFF on either display.
Peak hold levels are cancelled when Peak Hold is turned OFF or
another LCD function is selected. The stereo output meter peak hold
is not affected when other LCD functions are selected.
Note: It’s OK for signal levels to reach CLIP occasionally. If CLIP is
reached often, however, back off the GAIN control a little, otherwise signal distortion may occur.
The following table lists the meter signal source points.
Signal
Input channel
Source Point
Post GAIN and A/D converter—pre phase and EQ
Stereo input channel (ST IN) Post GAIN and A/D converter—pre phase and EQ
Stereo output
Post fader and balance—pre D/A converter
RTN1, RTN2
Post internal effect—pre EQ and fader
SEND3, SEND4
Post fader—pre D/A converter
Note: When the STEREO OUT XLRs are used with unbalanced connectors, their maximum output level is reduced by 6dB. This means that
the STEREO OUT signal actually clips when the 15dB LED lights up,
which is 5dB before the CLIP LED.
When the stereo output meter’s 0dB LED lights up, the DIGITAL REC
OUT still has 20dB of headroom.
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Phase
1. Select a channel using the
[SEL] buttons.
2. Press [PAN/∅].
The PHASE LCD function
appears. If the PAN display
appears, press [PAN/∅]
again.
The Phase function reverses the polarity of the hot and cold feeds in
a balanced input (i.e. pins 2 and 3). The phase can be set for the input
channels and stereo input channel. It can be used to compensate for
incorrectly wired cables and connectors. It is also useful, for example,
when a snare drum is miked top and bottom. In this case the bottom
microphone signal needs to be phase reversed.
Shown below is the PHASE LCD function.
3. To change the phase, press
[ENTER] or use the PARAMETER wheel.
Other channels can be
selected using the [SEL] buttons or cursor buttons.
The parameters are:
N — normal phase.
R — reverse phase.
Stereo-pair channels are controlled together, as shown below.
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EQ
1. Select a channel using the
[SEL] buttons.
2. Press [EQ LOW], [MID], or
[HIGH].
The EQ LCD function appears.
3. Press [EQ LOW], [MID], or
[HIGH] repeatedly to select
the parameters for each
band.
You can also use the cursor
buttons to select parameters.
ProMix 01 EQ is three-band fully parametric, with variable Q, frequency, gain, and ON/OFF parameters. Initially the EQ is configured
as a conventional three-band EQ, with shelving-type low and high
and peaking-type mid. However, high and low can also be configured
as peaking types. EQ can be applied to the inputs channels, stereo
input channel, RTN1, RTN2, and stereo output. Stereo-pair input
channels are controlled together.
Shown below is the EQ LCD function. The top-half shows the EQ
response curve, the bottom-half, the EQ parameters. The vertical dotted line indicates the frequency of the selected band.
4. To turn the EQ ON or OFF,
press [ENTER] or select the
ON/OFF parameter and use
the PARAMETER wheel.
EQ parameters are:
LOW
MID
HIGH
Q
1/6, 1/4, 1/3,
1/2, 3/4, 1, 3/2,
2, 3 oct, SHELF
1/6, 1/4, 1/3,
1/2, 3/4, 1, 3/2,
2, 3 oct
1/6, 1/4, 1/3,
1/2, 3/4, 1, 3/2,
2, 3 oct, SHELF
9 steps
F
32 Hz–1 kHz
32 Hz–18 kHz
1 kHz–18 kHz
1/6 octave steps
G
±15 dB
±15 dB
±15 dB
1 dB steps
Q is stated in musically intuitive octave values. The following table
compares octave values with conventional decimal Q values.
Octave
Q
1/6
8.65
1/4
5.76
1/3
4.32
1/2
2.87
3/4
1.90
1
1.41
3/2
0.92
2
0.67
3
0.40
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EQ Library
Recalling EQ Programs
1. Select a channel using the
[SEL] buttons.
2. Press [LIBRARY].
The LIBRARY LCD function
appears.
3. Use the PARAMETER wheel
to select an EQ program.
4. Press [ENTER] to recall.
The EQ program is recalled.
Storing EQ Programs
1. Select STORE.
2. Use the PARAMETER wheel
to select an EQ program.
The EQ library is used to store EQ settings. Settings are stored as EQ
programs, and there are 30 preset programs (1–30) and 20 user programs (31–50) for you to store your own EQ settings. When STORE
is selected on the LIBRARY LCD function, user program 31, the first
user program, is selected automatically. You cannot select preset programs 1 through 30 while the STORE option is selected. User EQ programs can be named for easy identification.
Shown below is the LIBRARY LCD function. The response curve of
the selected EQ program is shown to the right. Library programs are
listed in the center and the name of the EQ program last recalled or
stored is highlighted. Also there is an equal symbol (=) between the
program’s name and number, not a period like the other programs.
The PARAMETER wheel is used to scroll through the program list.
When another program is selected, its name flashes. If it is recalled,
it stops flashing, appears highlighted, and the period between its
name and number changes to an equal symbol (=).
3. Press [ENTER].
The LIBRARY NAME LCD function appears.
4. Use the [√] [®] cursor buttons and PARAMETER
wheel to name the program.
If you want to cancel the store
operation, select CANCEL and
press [ENTER].
Shown below is the MEMORY NAME LCD function. The selected
character in the name is highlighted. Available characters scroll
through the box in the center. Use the cursor buttons to position the
cursor in the name and the PARAMETER wheel to scroll through the
characters.
5. Press [ENTER] to store.
The EQ program is stored.
EQ program names can be up to 15 characters long and the following
characters are available.
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The preset EQ programs provide a good starting point and
reference for making adjustments.
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ
abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz
()[]{}<>#$%&@!?+-*/÷=– ,.:;",ÙÛ◊
0123456789
Spaces are available between the above character rows.
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EQ Presets
Program #
Program Name
Description
1
RESET
Reset the EQ (G = 0dB, F and Q = their
initial values...same as mix scene 00).
2
LOUDNESS
Same as loudness function on a hi-fi
amp. Improves listening at low volume levels.
3
EQ DISCO
Low and high boost for disco and
dance.
4
EQ POPS
Mid and high range emphasis for pop
music.
5
EQ ROCK
Low and high range emphasis for rock
music.
6
EQ LIVE
Low, Mid, and high emphasis for a live
sound.
7
TIGHT DRUMS
Tight EQ for pop music drums.
8
LOUD DRUMS
Loud EQ for rock drums.
9
KICK DRUM
Kick drum EQ that emphasizes beater
attack and drum shell echo.
10
SNARE 1
Tight and clean snare.
11
SNARE 2
Big snare sound.
12
CYMBALS
Cymbal EQ that emphasizes stick hit
and bell ride.
13
HI-HATS
Tight EQ for hi-hats.
14
TOMS
Tom-tom EQ that emphasizes echo
and attack.
15
E.BASS
Electric bass EQ for a clear bottom end
and a greater sense of pitch.
G
F
Q
G
F
Q
G
F
Q
G
F
Q
G
F
Q
G
F
Q
G
F
Q
G
F
Q
G
F
Q
G
F
Q
G
F
Q
G
F
Q
G
F
Q
G
F
Q
G
F
Q
Low
0dB
80Hz
SHELF
+5dB
80Hz
SHELF
+5dB
90Hz
3oct
0dB
100Hz
SHELF
+4dB
80Hz
1oct
+3dB
125Hz
SHELF
+5dB
80Hz
3/4oct
+5dB
110Hz
SHELF
+8dB
80Hz
3/4oct
+2dB
200Hz
SHELF
+5dB
200Hz
3/4oct
+2dB
200Hz
SHELF
-3dB
80Hz
SHELF
+4dB
200Hz
SHELF
+5dB
90Hz
1oct
Parameter
Mid
0dB
2.0kHz
3/2oct
+3dB
200Hz
2oct
-4dB
700Hz
1/6oct
+2dB
2.8kHz
3oct
+2dB
2.5kHz
1oct
+1dB
700Hz
2oct
-5dB
400Hz
1/3oct
+2dB
2.0kHz
3/2oct
-7dB
400Hz
1/6oct
+1dB
1.4kHz
3/2oct
-6dB
700Hz
1/6oct
0dB
2.0kHz
3/2oct
-2dB
250Hz
1/6oct
-1dB
900Hz
3/2oct
-1dB
450Hz
1/4oct
High
0dB
10kHz
SHELF
0dB
10kHz
SHELF
+4dB
12kHz
3oct
+2dB
10kHz
3oct
+4dB
12kHz
SHELF
+2dB
12kHz
SHELF
+4dB
2.5kHz
3/2oct
+1dB
12kHz
3oct
+5dB
2.5kHz
1/3oct
+3dB
5.6kHz
3oct
+5dB
3.2kHz
3oct
+4dB
12kHz
SHELF
+3dB
8.0kHz
SHELF
+3dB
4.0kHz
3oct
+4dB
2.5kHz
1oct
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Program #
Program Name
Description
16
WOOD BASS
Wooden bass EQ with low range emphasis.
17
ACOUSTIC GUITAR
Acoustic guitar EQ with high range
emphasis.
18
TRUMPET
EQ for sustaining trumpet.
19
SAXOPHONE
EQ for sustaining saxophone.
20
PIANO
EQ for a natural piano sound.
21
MALE VOCAL
Male vocal EQ with low and mid
range emphasis.
22
FEMALE VOCAL
Female vocal EQ with mid and high
emphasis.
23
CHORUS
EQ for male, female, or mixed chorus.
24
MALE ANNOUNCER
Male announcer EQ providing clarity.
25
FEMALE ANNOUNCER
Female announcer EQ with mid range
emphasis.
26
TELEPHONE VOICE
Telephone voice EQ. Low and high
range cut.
27
NOTCH 4kHz
Notch filter tuned to 4kHz for reducing acoustic feedback.
28
HUM REDUCE 50Hz
Notch filters for 50Hz mains-born
hum reduction.
29
HUM REDUCE 60Hz
Notch filters for 60Hz mains-born
hum reduction.
30
W. NOISE REDUCE
High range cut for reducing analog
tape noise.
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F
Q
G
F
Q
G
F
Q
G
F
Q
G
F
Q
G
F
Q
G
F
Q
G
F
Q
G
F
Q
G
F
Q
G
F
Q
G
F
Q
G
F
Q
G
F
Q
G
F
Q
Low
+2dB
80Hz
3oct
+2dB
180hz
2oct
+1dB
360Hz
3oct
+3dB
315Hz
2oct
+2dB
140Hz
SHELF
+3dB
280Hz
3oct
-1dB
220Hz
SHELF
+1dB
280Hz
3oct
-3dB
100Hz
1oct
-3dB
200Hz
SHELF
-15dB
500Hz
SHELF
0dB
80Hz
SHELF
-9dB
50Hz
1/6oct
-9dB
60Hz
1/6oct
0dB
80Hz
SHELF
Parameter
Mid
+1dB
315Hz
3/2oct
+3dB
4.0kHz
2oct
+1dB
1.4kHz
1oct
+1dB
900Hz
1/4oct
+1dB
2.0kHz
2oct
+1dB
1.8kHz
3/4oct
+1dB
2.0kHz
3oct
+2dB
1.4kHz
3/2oct
+2dB
4.5kHz
3oct
+3dB
2.0kHz
1oct
+12dB
1.1kHz
2oct
0dB
2.0kHz
3/2oct
-10dB
160Hz
1/6oct
-10dB
180Hz
1/6oct
0dB
2.0kHz
3/2oct
High
+2dB
2.2kHz
SHELF
+4dB
7.0kHz
SHELF
+4dB
5.6kHz
2oct
+3dB
3.6kHz
SHELF
+1dB
5.0kHz
3oct
+2dB
5.0kHz
SHELF
+2dB
7.0kHz
3oct
+5dB
5.6kHz
SHELF
-4dB
7.0kHz
SHELF
-1dB
8.0kHz
SHELF
-10dB
9.0kHz
3/4oct
-10dB
4.0kHz
1/6oct
0dB
10kHz
SHELF
0dB
10kHz
SHELF
-13dB
16kHz
SHELF
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Faders
ProMix 01 faders are motorized, which means that they can position
themselves automatically. So all faders in a group or stereo pair move
automatically when you move any fader in that group or stereo pair.
Fader positions are stored in mix scenes, so when a mix scene is
recalled the faders move automatically to their new positions. Fader
positions are stored when ProMix 01 is powered OFF. So even if faders
have been moved, they return automatically to their previous positions when ProMix 01 is powered ON again.
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0
5
10
20
The faders are multifunction controls, which means they are used to
control more than one signal. The signal controlled by a fader at any
given time depends on the selected LCD function. The following table
shows how it works. Essentially, faders work as conventional mixer
faders unless the SEND1, SEND2, SEND3, or SEND4 LCD function
is selected. In this case, they work as channel-to-send level controls.
The current LCD function is shown in the FUNCTION area on the
display. When a SEND LCD function is selected, a flashing fader icon
appears. When there’s no flashing fader icon, you know the faders are
working as channel-to-mix level controls.
40
60
00
All LCD functions
except—>
Channel 1 fader
Channel 1—Fader
SEND1
SEND2
SEND3
SEND4
Channel 1—SEND1
Channel 1—SEND2
Channel 1—SEND3
Channel 1—SEND4
~
~
~
~
~
~
Channel 16 fader
Channel 16—Fader
Channel 16—SEND1 Channel 16—SEND2 Channel 16—SEND3 Channel 16—SEND4
ST IN fader
ST IN—Fader
ST IN—SEND1
ST IN—SEND2
ST IN—SEND3
RTN/SEND fader
Selected RTN/SEND
channel
RTN1 (Internal
Effect1 return)
RTN2 (Internal
Effect2 return)
SEND3 (master send SEND4 (master send
level)
level)
ST OUT fader
ST IN—SEND4
Stereo Output (main stereo outputs)
Note: Fader travel is divided into 128 steps. If a fader is on the border
between steps, it may, in rare circumstances, move one step on its own.
Probably due to a temperature change. In this case, the EDIT indicator
appears and the corresponding Control Change message is output.
ON Buttons
ON
The [ON] buttons are used to turn channels ON and OFF. The input
channel, stereo input channel, and stereo output [ON] buttons turn
their respective channels ON and OFF. The RTN/SEND [ON] button,
on the other hand, is used to turn RTN1, RTN2, SEND3, and SEND4
ON and OFF. Therefore, you must use the RTN/SEND [SEL] button
to select the channel that you want to turn ON and OFF beforehand.
When a channel is turned ON, its [ON] button LED lights up. When
it’s turned off, the LED goes off. Stereo-pair channels are turned ON
and OFF together.
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Pan and Balance
1. Select a channel using the
[SEL] buttons.
2. Press [PAN/∅].
The PAN LCD function
appears. If the PHASE display
appears, press [PAN/∅]
again.
3. Use the PARAMETER wheel
to set the pan or balance.
Other channels can be
selected using the [SEL] buttons or cursor buttons.
The PAN LCD function is used to pan and balance signals. Input
channels, the stereo input channel, RTN1, and RTN2 can be panned,
and the stereo output can be balanced.
The PAN LCD function consists of two displays. One shows the 16
input channel pans. The other, the stereo input (ST IN), RTN1, and
RTN2 pans, and stereo output balance (ST OUT). Pressing a channel
[SEL] button selects the corresponding display and pan control automatically. You can also use the cursor buttons to select pan controls
and switch between the displays. Pressing the [PAN/∅] button repeatedly cycles through the displays (also the PHASE display). Both displays are shown below.
The number of the selected channel is highlighted. Channel pan positions are indicated by marker lines, just like the ones on real knobs.
The horizontal bar, at the bottom the display, shows the pan position
and value of the selected channel.
Including center, there are 33 pan positions.
Left
Center
Right
L16←L15←···←L2←L1← C →R1→R2→···→R15→R16
Stereo Output Balance
The ST OUT control allows you to balance the left and right signals
of the stereo output. As the control is moved away from center, the
level of one signal is increased, while the other is decreased. This control does not affect the stereo width. The balance control range is the
same as for pan (33 positions).
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Stereo-Pair Pans
When input channels are paired, their pan controls appear as one
dual-concentric control (i.e. one control inside the other), as shown
below. Horizontal bars, at the bottom of the display, show the pan
positions and values of the selected channel pair. When channels are
paired using ST RESET, the odd channel is automatically panned
hard-left and the even channel, hard-right. See “Pairing Channels” on
page 58.
GANG and INDIVIDUAL modes provide simultaneous and individual pan adjustment, respectively. The current mode is shown at the
bottom right of the display and can be set by pressing [ENTER]. It
can also be set by selecting the GANG or INDIVIDUAL parameter
with the cursor buttons and then using the PARAMETER wheel.
Stereo Width
In INDIVIDUAL mode, the width of a stereo signal can be set. When
the pan controls are set hard-left and hard-right, the stereo width is
100%. With both pans set to center the stereo width is 0%. Setting the
controls to a position in between allows you to set the stereo width
from 0% to 100%. To maintain a central balance, however, you must
set both controls to the same left and right values. For example,
L5–R5, or L10–R10.
Switching back to GANG mode allows you to reposition the stereo
signal within the stereo field. Note that this is not stereo balance,
which is the individual adjustment of the left and right signal levels.
The following display shows paired input channels 1 and 2 with a
reduced stereo width. Input channels 3 and 4 also have a reduced stereo width and have been repositioned in the stereo field using GANG
mode.
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Auxiliaries and Effects
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Auxiliaries and Effects
In this chapter...
About Auxiliaries . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
About Effects . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Preset Effects Programs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Stereo Input Channel and Sends . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Applying Effects . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Sending a Channel Signal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
SEND1 and SEND2 Pre or Post . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Returning the Processed Signal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Recalling Effects Programs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Editing Effects Programs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Storing Effects Programs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Preset Effects Program Parameters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
SEND3 and SEND4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
SEND3 and SEND4 Pre or Post . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
SEND3-4 Stereo Pair . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
SEND3-4 Channel Pans & Balance . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
SEND3-4 Output Balance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
SEND3-4 Block Diagram . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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About Auxiliaries
ProMix 01 has four auxiliary sends: SEND1, SEND2, SEND3, and
SEND4. And two auxiliary returns: RTN1 and RTN2. Auxiliary sends
can be configured pre-fader or post-fader. SEND1 and SEND2 are
used to feed the internal effects processors: Effect1 and Effect2. RTN1
and RTN2 are used to return the processed signals.
SEND3 and SEND4 can be used to feed external effects processors,
foldback amplifiers, or multitrack recording equipment. When
SEND3 or SEND4 is used to feed an external effects processor, the
processed signal can be returned via the stereo input channel or an
unused input channel. SEND3 and SEND4 can also be used as a stereo
pair. See “SEND3-4 Stereo Pair” on page 46 for more details.
About Effects
ProMix 01 features two stereo internal multi-effects processors:
Effect1 and Effect2. These are fed by SEND1 and SEND2, and the processed signals are returned via RTN1 and RTN2, respectively. Effects
can be applied to input channels and the stereo input channel. Effects
are organized into programs. There are 30 preset effects programs
(1–30) and 10 user effects programs (31–40) for you to store your own
settings.
Preset Effects Programs
These are the preset effects programs.
1
Reverb Hall 1
16
Chorus–>Delay L-C-R
2
Reverb Hall 2
17
Delay–>Chorus
3
Reverb Room 1
18
Karaoke Echo 1
4
Reverb Room 2
19
Karaoke Echo 2
5
Reverb Stage
20
Stereo Pitch Change
6
Reverb Plate
21
Vocal Doubler
7
Rev Ambience 1
22
Funny Pitch
8
Rev Ambience 2
23
Chorus
9
Rev Live Room 1
24
Broad Chorus
10
Rev Live Room 2
25
Symphonic
11
Reverb Vocal
26
Flange
12
Chorus–>Reverb
27
Super Flange
13
Flange–>Reverb
28
Phasing
14
Delay L–C–R
29
Tremolo
15
Mono Delay->Chorus
30
Auto Pan
See “Preset Effects Program Parameters” on page 37 for a detailed listing of the preset effects program parameters.
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Stereo Input Channel and Sends
Input channels 1 through 16 handle only a single signal. The stereo
input channel, however, handles two signals: left and right. So before
feeding the stereo input signal to the SEND1, SEND2, SEND3, and
SEND4 send level controls, the left and right signals are summed to
form a mono L+R mix.
When SEND3 and SEND4 are used as a stereo pair, however, only the
stereo input signals feeding SEND1 and SEND2 are summed. For
SEND3-4, the left signal is fed to SEND3 and the right signal is fed to
SEND4. The stereo input-to-SEND3-4 left and right signals can be
balanced using the ST IN balance control on the SEND3-4 pan display. See “SEND3-4 Stereo Pair” on page 46 for more details about the
SEND3-4 stereo pair.
Applying Effects
There are three steps to applying effects:
1. Send a channel signal via SEND1 or SEND2 (set the level).
2. Return the processed signal via RTN1 or RTN2 (EQ, level, pan).
3. Set up Effect1 or Effect2 (recall, edit, and store).
These steps are explained fully in the following sections.
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Sending a Channel Signal
1. Press [SEND1] or [SEND2].
The SEND1 or SEND2 LCD
function appears. If you didn’t
exit after your last effect edit,
the EFFECT EDIT LCD function
appears instead.
The channel faders are now
controlling channel-to-send
levels and the RTN/SEND
fader, the corresponding
return (RTN1 or RTN2).
Sending a channel signal via SEND1 or SEND2 is the first step to using
effects. There are no master send level controls, so you only need to
set the channel send levels.
Shown below is the SEND1 LCD function. The SEND2 LCD function
is essentially the same. Level meters for the stereo effects return signals
are on the right. Meter signals are sourced after the effects. Ideally the
level should be set relatively high and it’s OK to reach CLIP occasionally. If CLIP is reached often, however, reduce the send level a little,
otherwise signal distortion may occur.
2. Raise the channel fader.
0dB is a good fader position
to start with. You can always
readjust later.
For post-fader sends you must
set the normal fader too.
The LCD meters display the
stereo effects return levels.
3. Raise the RTN/SEND fader.
The processed signal is fed
back into the stereo mix.
Effects returns can be EQ’d
and panned. See “Returning
the Processed Signal” on
page 33.
SEND1 and SEND2 Pre or Post
SEND1 and SEND2 can be configured as pre-fader or post-fader, and
the current setting is shown at the bottom right of the display. This
setting affects all channels, so if SEND1 is set to PRE, all channel
SEND1s are pre-fader. Initially, SEND1 and SEND2 are configured as
post-fader, the usual setting for effects sends.
This setting can be changed by selecting the SEND: parameter and
pressing [ENTER] to toggle between POST and PRE.
POST — the send signal is sourced after the channel fader. This
means that the send signal is also affected by the normal channel
fader. So you must have that fader raised as well. The idea being that
the channel-to-mix and channel-to-effects signal levels can be controlled together. With the former supplying the dry, unaffected signal
and the latter suppling the wet, affected signal. This is useful when,
for example, you fade-out a channel, since the channel-to-mix and
channel-to-effects signals are reduced together.
PRE — the send signal is sourced before the channel fader. This
means that the send signal is unaffected by the normal channel fader
and its level can be set independently.
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Returning the Processed Signal
Returning the processed signal via RTN1 or RTN2 is the second step
to using effects. As explained in the “Sending a Channel Signal” procedure on page 32, the processed signal can be returned into the mix
just by raising the RTN/SEND fader. However, RTN1 and RTN2 also
feature the following functions.
Meters — See “Sending a Channel Signal” on page 32.
Faders — these are used to set the level of processed signal that is fed
into the mix. When the SEND1 LCD function is selected, the
RTN/SEND fader is automatically set to RTN1. Likewise, when the
SEND2 LCD function is selected, it is automatically set to RTN2. The
RTN/SEND [SEL] button can also be used to select RTN1 and RTN2.
EQ — RTN1 and RTN2 feature the same three-band parametric EQ
as that of the input channels. The EQ Library can also be used. See
“EQ” on page 21 and “EQ Library” on page 22.
CUE — RTN1 and RTN2 signals can be monitored in stereo
(pre-ON/OFF switch) using CUE. See “CUE” on page 49 for more
details.
ON/OFF — RTN1 and RTN2 signals can be turned ON and OFF
using the RTN/SEND [ON] button. When the SEND1 LCD function
is selected, the RTN/SEND [ON] button is automatically set to RTN1.
Likewise, when the SEND2 LCD function is selected, it is automatically set to RTN2. The RTN/SEND [SEL] button can also be used to
select RTN1 and RTN2. See “ON Buttons” on page 25 for more
details.
Pan — RTN1 and RTN2 pan controls appear on the PAN LCD function. See “Pan and Balance” on page 26 for more details.
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Recalling Effects Programs
1. Press [SEND1] or [SEND2].
The SEND1 or SEND2 LCD
function appears. If you didn’t
exit after your last effect edit,
the EFFECT EDIT LCD function
appears instead.
2. Select RECALL.
3. Use the PARAMETER wheel
to select a program.
4. Press [ENTER] to recall.
The effects program is
recalled.
!
Remember that when a SEND
button is pressed the faders control channel-to-send levels. To
return the faders to normal operation, select an LCD function
other than a SEND.
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There are 30 preset effects programs (1–30) and 10 user effects programs (31–40).
Shown below is the SEND1 LCD function. The SEND2 LCD function
is essentially the same. The flashing fader icon in the FUNCTION area
of the display indicates that the faders are now controlling channel-to-send levels. Effects programs are listed in the center and the name
of the current effects program is highlighted. Also there is an equal
symbol (=) between the program’s name and number, not a period
like the other programs. The PARAMETER wheel is used to scroll
through the program list. When another program is selected, its name
flashes. If it is recalled, it stops flashing, appears highlighted, and the
period between its name and number changes to an equal symbol (=).
Effects and Mix Scenes
Effects settings are stored in mix scenes, so you can instantly change
effects just by recalling a mix scene. If you are using a controlling computer or MIDI sequencer, you can also record effects setting adjustments as MIDI Control Change messages. Your effects adjustments
can then be replayed automatically. See “Control Change” on page 83
for more details. Note that mix scenes store only the current program
names, numbers, and parameter settings for Effect1 and Effect2. They
do not store the entire effects library of 40 programs.
Editing Effects Programs
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Editing Effects Programs
1. Press [SEND1] or [SEND2].
The SEND1 or SEND2 LCD
function appears. If you didn’t
exit after your last effect edit,
the EFFECT EDIT LCD function
appears instead.
2. Select EDIT.
You can edit all effects programs, however, you can store only to user
effects locations. So if you edit a preset program, you must store it as
a user program.
A typical Edit display is shown below. The name and number of the
effects program are shown at the top, and the effects parameters are
shown in the center. The cursor buttons are used to scroll through the
parameters and the PARAMETER wheel is used to set them.
3. Press [ENTER].
The EFFECT EDIT LCD function appears.
4. Use the [π] [†] cursor buttons to select parameters
and the PARAMETER wheel
to set them.
You can go to another LCD
function and return to the
EFFECT EDIT LCD function at
any time.
See “Preset Effects Program Parameters” on page 37 for a detailed listing of effects parameters, their ranges, and preset settings.
5. When you’ve finished editing, select EXIT and press
[ENTER], or simply press
[ENTER] twice.
To name and store the program, see “Storing Effects Programs” on page 36.
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Storing Effects Programs
1. Press [SEND1] or [SEND2].
The SEND1 or SEND2 LCD
function appears. If you didn’t
exit after your last effect edit,
the EFFECT EDIT LCD function
appears instead.
2. Select STORE and press
[ENTER].
The PROGRAM NAME display
appears.
3. Use the [√] [®] cursor buttons and PARAMETER
wheel to name the effects
program.
There are 10 user effects programs (31–40) for you to store your own
effects settings. When STORE is selected on the SEND LCD function,
user program 31, the first user location, is selected automatically. You
cannot select preset programs 1 through 30 while the STORE option
is selected. User programs can be named for easy identification.
Shown below is the SEND1 LCD function. The SEND2 LCD function
is essentially the same. Effects programs are listed in the center and
the name of the effects program last recalled or stored is highlighted.
Also there is an equal symbol (=) between the program’s name and
number, not a period like the other programs. The PARAMETER
wheel is used to scroll through the program list. When another program is selected, its name flashes. If it is stored, it stops flashing,
appears highlighted, and the period between its name and number
changes to an equal symbol (=).
If you want to cancel the store
operation, select CANCEL and
press [ENTER].
4. Press [STORE] to store.
The effects program is stored.
!
By recalling a program and
storing it to another user location, you can copy and reorganize your effects programs.
Shown below is the PROGRAM NAME LCD function that appears
when [ENTER] is pressed in step 2. The type of effects used in the program is shown in parenthesis. The program name and number are
shown above that. The selected character in the name is highlighted.
Available characters scroll through the box in the center. Use the cursor buttons to position the cursor in the name, and the PARAMETER
wheel to scroll through the characters.
Effects program names can be up to 15 characters long and the following characters are available.
--
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ
abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz
()[]{}<>#$%&@!?+-*/÷=– ,.:;",ÙÛ◊
0123456789
Spaces are available between the above character rows.
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Preset Effects Program Parameters
Program 1—REVERB HALL 1
Simulates the reverb of a large concert hall.
Parameter
Setting
Range
Description
Rev.time
2.8s
0.3–30.0s
Reverb time.
High Ratio
0.8
0.1–1.0
High frequency decay ratio.
Diffusion
6
0–10
Reverb diffusion.
Ini.Dly
40.0ms
0.1–200.0ms
Initial delay between the direct sound and early reverb reflections.
LPF
7.0kHz
1.0kHz–16.0kHz, THRU
Low pass filter cutoff frequency.
HPF
THRU
THRU, 32Hz–8kHz
High pass filter cutoff frequency.
Program 2—REVERB HALL 2
This is a variation of program 1.
Parameter
Setting
Rev.time
3.2s
High Ratio
0.7
Diffusion
8
Ini.Dly
38.0ms
LPF
6.3kHz
HPF
THRU
Range
Description
Same as program 1
Same as program 1
Program 3—REVERB ROOM 1
Simulates the reverb of a concrete-walled room that produces a lot of echo. Use it to add a live atmosphere to drum sounds.
Parameter
Setting
Rev.time
1.4s
High Ratio
0.8
Diffusion
7
Ini.Dly
5.0ms
LPF
THRU
HPF
280Hz
Range
Description
Same as program 1
Same as program 1
Program 4—REVERB ROOM 2
This is a variation of program 3.
Parameter
Setting
Rev.time
1.8s
High Ratio
0.6
Diffusion
6
Ini.Dly
17.0ms
LPF
9.0kHz
HPF
80Hz
Range
Description
Same as program 1
Same as program 1
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Program 5—REVERB STAGE
Similar to REVERB HALL, but brighter. You can create a live atmosphere by applying a little of this effect to the mix.
Parameter
Setting
Rev.time
3.4s
High Ratio
0.9
Diffusion
8
Ini.Dly
45.0ms
LPF
THRU
HPF
70Hz
Range
Description
Same as program 1
Same as program 1
Program 6—REVERB PLATE
Simulates the reverb effect of a steel plate reverb system. Good with most sounds, especially vocals, drums, and percussion.
Parameter
Setting
Rev.time
2.4s
High Ratio
0.7
Diffusion
8
Ini.Dly
16.0ms
LPF
8.0kHz
HPF
THRU
Range
Description
Same as program 1
Same as program 1
Program 7—REV AMBIENCE 1
Simulates the close ambient reverb of an instrument. Good with vocals, chorus, and percussion.
Parameter
Setting
Rev.time
1.2s
High Ratio
1.0
Diffusion
8
Ini.Dly
19.0ms
LPF
9.0kHz
HPF
45Hz
Range
Description
Same as program 1
Same as program 1
Program 8—REV AMBIENCE 2
A variation of program 7.
Parameter
Setting
Rev.time
0.8s
High Ratio
0.6
Diffusion
8
Ini.Dly
0.1ms
LPF
THRU
HPF
56Hz
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Description
Same as program 1
Same as program 1
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Program 9—REV LIVE ROOM 1
Simulates the reverb of a live room. Reverb reflections are stronger than those of REVERB ROOM.
Parameter
Setting
Rev.time
2.4s
High Ratio
0.8
Diffusion
7
Ini.Dly
0.1ms
LPF
7.0kHz
HPF
THRU
Range
Description
Same as program 1
Same as program 1
Program 10—REV LIVE ROOM 2
A variation of program 9.
Parameter
Setting
Rev.time
2.2s
High Ratio
0.5
Diffusion
6
Ini.Dly
12.0ms
LPF
4.0kHz
HPF
THRU
Range
Description
Same as program 1
Same as program 1
Program 11—REVERB VOCAL
A reverb simulation ideal for vocals and chorus.
Parameter
Setting
Rev.time
1.9s
High Ratio
0.5
Diffusion
6
Ini.Dly
16.0ms
LPF
12.0kHz
HPF
100Hz
Range
Description
Same as program 1
Same as program 1
Program 12—CHORUS->REVERB
Stereo chorus followed by reverb.
Parameter
Setting
Range
Description
Mod.Freq
0.8Hz
0.1–20.0Hz
Modulation speed.
Mod.Depth
40%
0–100%
Modulation depth. The amount of modulation.
Mod.Dly
1.3ms
0.0–24.0ms
Modulation delay. The delay time before modulation starts.
Rev.time
2.4s
0.3–30.0s
Reverb time.
High Ratio
0.7
0.1–1.0
High-frequency decay ratio.
Diffusion
7
0–10
Reverb diffusion.
Ini.Dly
30.0ms
0.1–139.0ms
Initial delay between the direct sound and early reverb reflections.
LPF
6.3kHz
1.0kHz–16.0kHz, THRU
Low pass filter cutoff frequency.
HPF
THRU
THRU, 32Hz–8kHz
High pass filter cutoff frequency.
Rev.Depth
24%
0–100%
Reverb depth. The amount of reverb.
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Program 13—FLANGE->REVERB
Stereo flange followed by reverb.
Parameter
Setting
Range
Description
Mod.Freq
1.4Hz
0.1–20.0Hz
Flange modulation speed.
Mod.Depth
22%
0–100%
Flange modulation depth. The amount of modulation.
FB.Gain
+45%
–99...+99%
Feedback gain. The amount of processed signal fed back into the flanger.
Mod.Dly
13.0ms
0.0–15.5ms
Flange modulation delay. The delay time before modulation starts.
Rev.time
2.4s
0.3–30.0s
Reverb time.
Diffusion
8
0–10
Reverb diffusion.
Ini.Dly
26.0ms
0.1–160.0ms
Reverb initial delay between the direct sound and early reverb reflections.
LPF
4.5kHz
1.0kHz–16.0kHz, THRU
Reverb low pass filter cutoff frequency.
HPF
45Hz
THRU, 32Hz–8kHz
Reverb high pass filter cutoff frequency.
Rev.Depth
30%
0–100%
Reverb depth. The amount of reverb.
Program 14—DELAY L-C-R
A three-part delay with independent delay time parameters for left, right, and center.
Parameter
Setting
Range
Description
Dly(L)
250.0ms
0.1–661.0ms
Left channel delay time.
Dly(R)
500.0ms
0.1–661.0ms
Right channel delay time.
Dly(C)
125.0ms
0.1–661.0ms
Center channel delay time.
Level(C)
70
0–100
Center delay volume level.
FB.Dly
500.0ms
0.1–661.0ms
Feedback delay. The delay time before feedback starts.
FB.Gain
+40%
–99...+99%
Feedback gain. The amount of delayed signal fed back into the delay.
High Ratio
0.8
0.1–1.0
Feedback high-frequency decay ratio.
Program 15—MONODLY->CHORUS
Mono delay followed by stereo chorus.
Parameter
Setting
Range
Description
Delay
400.0ms
0.1–618.0ms
Delay time.
FB.Gain
+32%
–99...+99%
Delay feedback gain. The amount of delayed signal fed back into the delay.
High Ratio
0.6
0.1–1.0
Delay feedback high-frequency decay ratio.
Mod.Freq
0.4Hz
0.1–20.0Hz
Chorus modulation speed.
Mod.Depth
10%
0–100%
Chorus modulation depth. The amount of modulation.
Mod.Dly
0.1ms
0.0–24.0ms
Chorus modulation delay. The delay time before modulation starts.
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Program 16—CHORUS->DLY LCR
Stereo chorus followed by a three-part (L-C-R) delay with feedback.
Parameter
Setting
Range
Description
Mod.Freq
0.8Hz
0.1–20.0Hz
Chorus modulation speed.
Mod.Depth
24%
0–100%
Chorus modulation depth. The amount of modulation.
Mod.Dly
5.9ms
0.0–24.0ms
Chorus modulation delay. The delay time before modulation starts.
Dly(L)
26.4ms
0.1–618.0ms
Left channel delay time.
Right channel delay time.
Dly(R)
33.2ms
0.1–618.0ms
Dly(C)
13.1ms
0.1–618.0ms
Center channel delay time.
Level(C)
60
0–100
Center delay volume level.
FB.Dly
40.5ms
0.1–618.0ms
Feedback delay. The delay time before feedback starts.
FB.Gain
–48%
–99...+99%
Feedback gain. The amount of delayed signal fed back into the delay.
High Ratio
0.1
0.1–1.0
Feedback high-frequency decay ratio.
Program 17—DELAY->CHORUS
Two-stage delay followed by stereo chorus.
Parameter
Setting
Range
Description
Dly(1)
250.0ms
0.1–618.0ms
Delay 1 delay time.
Dly(2)
500.0ms
0.1–618.0ms
Delay 2 delay time.
FB.Dly
500.0ms
0.1–618.0ms
Feedback delay. The delay time before feedback starts.
FB.Gain
+33%
–99...+99%
Feedback gain. The amount of delayed signal fed back into the delay.
High Ratio
0.7
0.1–1.0
Feedback high-frequency decay ratio.
Mod.Freq
1.2Hz
0.1–20.0Hz
Chorus modulation speed.
Mod.Depth
25%
0–100%
Chorus modulation depth. The amount of modulation.
Mod.Dly
10.0ms
0.0–24.0ms
Chorus modulation delay. The delay time before modulation starts.
Program 18—KARAOKE ECHO 1
Typical karaoke type echo.
Parameter
Setting
Range
Description
Dly(L)
220.0ms
0.1–322.0ms
Left channel delay.
FB.Gain(L)
+40%
–99...+99%
Left channel feedback gain. The amount of delayed signal fed back.
Dly(R)
223.0ms
0.1–322.0ms
Right channel delay.
FB.Gain(R)
+40%
–99...+99%
Right channel feedback gain. The amount of delayed signal fed back.
High Ratio
0.4
0.1–1.0
Feedback high-frequency decay ratio.
Program 19—KARAOKE ECHO 2
A variation of program 18.
Parameter
Setting
Dly(L)
220.0ms
FB.Gain(L)
+44%
Dly(R)
180.0ms
FB.Gain(R)
–55%
High Ratio
0.2
Range
Description
Same as program 18
Same as program 18
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Program 20—ST.PITCH CHANGE
Two-part stereo pitch shifter. Each part has independent pan parameter for stereo effects.
Parameter
Setting
Range
Description
Pitch
0
–12...+12
Coarse pitch setting for pitch changers 1 and 2.
Fine(1)
+10
–50...+50
Fine pitch for pitch changer 1.
Fine pitch for pitch changer 2.
Fine(2)
–10
–50...+50
Out.Lvl(1)
+100
–100...+100
Output volume level for pitch changer 1.
Out.Lvl(2)
+100
–100...+100
Output volume level for pitch changer 2.
Pan(1)
L100
L100–R100
Pitch changer 1 panpot.
Pan(2)
R100
L100–R100
Pitch changer 2 panpot.
FB.Gain(1)
+28%
–99...+99%
Pitch changer 1 feedback gain. The amount of processed signal fed back.
FB.Gain(2)
–28%
–99...+99%
Pitch changer 2 feedback gain. The amount of processed signal fed back.
FB.Dly
25.0ms
0.1–223.0ms
Feedback delay. The delay time before feedback starts.
Program 21—VOCAL DOUBLER
Vocal-doubling pitch shift. Good with guitar glissando.
Parameter
Setting
Pitch
0
Fine(1)
+8
Fine(2)
–8
Out.Lvl(1)
+100
Out.Lvl(2)
+100
Pan(1)
L6
Pan(2)
R6
FB.Gain(1)
+20%
FB.Gain(2)
–20%
FB.Dly
50.0ms
Range
Description
Same as program 20
Same as program 20
Program 22—FUNNY PITCH
Funny voice pitch shift for weird sounds.
Parameter
Setting
Pitch
–2
Fine(1)
+8
Fine(2)
–8
Out.Lvl(1)
+100
Out.Lvl(2)
+100
Pan(1)
L90
Pan(2)
R90
FB.Gain(1)
+90%
FB.Gain(2)
–90%
FB.Dly
4.0ms
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Range
Description
Same as program 20
Same as program 20
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Program 23—CHORUS
A stereo chorus. Produces a rich thickening effect. Good with guitar, bass, and strings.
Parameter
Setting
Range
Description
Mod.Freq
0.6Hz
0.1–20.0Hz
Modulation speed.
AM Depth
49%
0–100%
Amplitude modulation depth. The amount of amplitude modulation.
PM Depth
35%
0–100%
Pitch modulation depth. The amount of pitch modulation.
Mod.Dly
12.1ms
–99...+99%
Modulation delay. The delay time before modulation starts.
Program 24—BROAD CHORUS
A variation of program 23 with a wider chorus effect.
Parameter
Setting
Mod.Freq
0.5Hz
AM Depth
64%
PM Depth
90%
Mod.Dly
38.0ms
Range
Description
Same as program 23
Same as program 23
Program 25—SYMPHONIC
Produces a rich and grand chorus effect, bigger than chorus alone.
Parameter
Setting
Range
Description
Mod.Freq
0.6Hz
0.1–20.0Hz
Modulation speed.
Mod.Depth
8%
0–100%
Modulation depth. The amount of modulation.
Mod.Dly
2.4ms
0.0–40.0ms
Modulation delay. The delay time before modulation starts.
Program 26—FLANGE
Stereo flanger. Produces a swishing, tunneling effect. Good with guitar, bass, piano, cymbals, and other rich harmonic sounds.
Parameter
Setting
Range
Description
Mod.Freq
1.2Hz
0.1–20.0Hz
Modulation speed.
Mod.Depth
25%
0–100%
Modulation depth. The amount of modulation.
FB.Gain
+45%
–99...+99%
Feedback gain. The amount of processed signal fed back into the flanger.
Mod.Dly
14.6ms
0.0–15.0ms
Modulation delay. The delay time before modulation starts.
Program 27—SUPER FLANGE
A variation of program 26 with extra flange.
Parameter
Setting
Mod.Freq
0.2Hz
Mod.Depth
80%
FB.Gain
+83%
Mod.Dly
0.4ms
Range
Description
Same as program 26
Same as program 26
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Program 28—PHASING
Stereo phaser. Similar to flange, but different. Good with guitar, strings, and other rich harmonic sounds.
Parameter
Setting
Range
Description
Mod.Freq
0.5Hz
0.1–20.0Hz
Modulation speed.
Mod.Depth
58%
0–100%
Modulation depth. The amount of modulation.
FB.Gain
+47%
–99...+99%
Feedback gain. The amount of processed signal fed back into the phaser.
Phase Ofst
24
0–100
Phase offset. The amount that the signal phase is offset.
Program 29—TREMOLO
Stereo tremolo. Just like that of the classic guitar amps. Good with guitars.
Parameter
Setting
Range
Description
Mod.Freq
2.8Hz
0.1–20.0Hz
Modulation speed.
AM Depth
86%
0–100%
Amplitude modulation depth. The amount of amplitude modulation.
PM Depth
0%
0–100%
Pitch modulation depth. The amount of pitch modulation.
Program 30—AUTO PAN
Auto pan. Automatic panning across the stereo image. Helps to maintain interest in repetitive phrases.
Parameter
Setting
Range
Description
Mod.Freq
0.8Hz
0.1–20.0Hz
Modulation speed.
L/R Depth
98%
0–100%
Pan depth between the left and right channels.
F/R Depth
15%
0–100%
Pan depth from front to rear.
L←→R, Turn L, Turn R
Auto pan direction.
L←→R: from left to right, right to left, left to right, and so on.
Turn L: from left to right. Always turning direction at the left.
Turn R: from right to left. Always turning direction at the right.
Direction
L←→R
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SEND3 and SEND4
1. Press [SEND3] or [SEND4].
The SEND3 or SEND4 LCD
function appears.
The channel faders are now
controlling channel-to-send
levels and the RTN/SEND
fader, the corresponding send
(SEND3 or SEND4).
2. Raise the channel fader.
0dB is a good fader position
to start with. You can always
readjust later.
For post-fader sends you must
set the normal fader too.
3. Raise the RTN/SEND fader.
The send signal is output and
its level is metered on the LCD.
SEND3 and SEND4 can be used to feed external effects processors,
foldback amplifiers, or multitrack recording equipment. When used
to feed an external effects processor, the processed signal can be
returned via the stereo input channel or an unused input channel.
Input channel and stereo input channels signals can be fed to SEND3
and SEND4.
The master send level is set using the RTN/SEND fader. When the
SEND3 LCD function is selected, the RTN/SEND fader is automatically set to SEND3. Likewise, when the SEND4 LCD function is
selected, it is automatically set to SEND4. The RTN/SEND [SEL] button can also be used to select SEND3 and SEND4.
Shown below is the SEND3 LCD function. The SEND4 LCD function
is essentially the same. A level meter for the send signal is on the right.
The meter signal is sourced after the RTN/SEND fader. Ideally the
level should be set relatively high and it’s OK to reach CLIP occasionally. If CLIP is reached often, however, reduce the send level a little,
otherwise signal distortion may occur.
SEND3 and SEND4 Pre or Post
SEND3 and SEND4 can be configured pre-fader or post-fader, and
the current setting is shown at the bottom right of the display. This
setting affects all channels, so if SEND3 is set to PRE, all channel
SEND3s are pre-fader. Initially, SEND3 and SEND4 are configured
pre-fader, the usual setting for foldback sends.
This setting can be toggled between PRE and POST by pressing
[ENTER] or turning the PARAMETER wheel.
PRE — the send signal is sourced before the channel fader. So it’s
unaffected by the normal channel fader. This means that the
channel-to-mix and channel-to-foldback levels can be set independently.
POST — the send signal is sourced after the channel fader. This
means that the send signal is also affected by the normal channel
fader. So you must have that fader raised as well. This setting is used
mainly for effects sends. See “SEND1 and SEND2 Pre or Post” on
page 32 for more details.
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SEND3-4 Stereo Pair
1. Press [UTILITY].
The UTILITY menu appears.
2. Select SEND3, 4 CONFIGURATION and press [ENTER].
The SEND3, 4 CONFIGURATION LCD function appears.
3. To change the mode, press
[ENTER] or use the PARAMETER wheel.
4. Select the SEND3-4 MODE
parameter, then press
[ENTER] or use the PARAMETER wheel to set it.
5. To exit this function and
return to the UTILITY menu,
select EXIT and press
[ENTER], or just press [UTILITY].
The UTILITY menu reappears.
SEND3 and SEND4 can be linked for use as a stereo pair. In this way
they can, essentially, be used as another pair of stereo outputs, allowing for another stereo mix to be set up. This is called SEND3-4 Stereo
mode. Independent, or normal operation is called Mono mode.
In Stereo mode, the SEND3 and SEND4 LCD functions are combined
into the SEND3-4 LCD function. This LCD function can be selected
by pressing either [SEND3] or [SEND4]. When either button is
pressed, the RTN/SEND fader is automatically set to SEND3-4.
When set to Stereo, the following changes occur:
• For individual input channels, the SEND3 and SEND4 send level
controls become a single send level control, and a SEND3-4 pan
control appears (set to center) on the SEND3-4 PAN display.
• For stereo-pair input channels, the SEND3 and SEND4 send level
controls become single send level controls, and a SEND3-4 pan
control appears on the SEND3-4 PAN display. Odd channels are
panned hard-left (i.e. to SEND3) and even channels are panned
hard-right (i.e. to SEND4).
• For the stereo input channel, the left signal feeds SEND3 bus and
the right signal feeds SEND4 bus. Levels are controlled together.
A balance control appears on the SEND3-4 PAN display.
• SEND3 and SEND4 dynamics processor patches are cancelled.
• The SEND3-4 output comp patch point is set to the SEND3 setting.
• The SEND3-4 fader level is set to the SEND3 setting.
• SEND3-4 ON/OFF and PRE/POST are set to the SEND3 settings.
Shown below is the SEND3, 4 CONFIGURATION LCD function that
is used to select the Stereo and Mono modes.
Shown below is the SEND3-4 LCD function. The right-arrow icon
indicates that the SEND3-4 pan display is available to the right.
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SEND3-4 Channel Pans & Balance
In SEND3-4 Stereo mode, a SEND3-4 pan control is available on each
input channel and a SEND3-4 balance control is available on the stereo input channel (ST IN). These controls appear on the SEND3-4
LCD function, shown below. After pressing either [SEND3] or
[SEND4], press the [®] cursor button to access the SEND3-4 pan display. Alternatively, press the [SEND3] or [SEND4] button again. See
“Pan and Balance” on page 26 for operation details.
SEND3-4 Output Balance
In Stereo mode, the stereo SEND3-4 output balance can be set. This
control appears on the PAN LCD function, shown below. This balance control operates the same as the stereo output balance control.
See “Stereo Output Balance” on page 26 for more details.
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SEND3-4 Block Diagram
This block diagram shows what happens when SEND3 and SEND4
are configured as a stereo pair: Input channel SEND3 and SEND4
controls become a single control, and a SEND3-4 pan control
appears. On the stereo input channel, a SEND3-4 balance control
appears. The left signal feeds SEND3 and the right signal feeds
SEND4. Levels are controlled together. On the SEND3-4 outputs, a
SEND3-4 output balance control appears. See “SEND3 and SEND4”
on page 45 for more details.
CH1–8
METER
OFF
PAD
INPUT
(BAL)
20dB
CH9–16
PAD
COMP
PHANTOM MASTER (+48V)
ON
HA
AD
ø
ST SEND CUE
LR1234LR
CH FADER
PAN
3BAND
PEQ
GAIN
PRE/POST
ON
SEND1
SEND2
Same as
CH 1–8
CUE
ST IN
+4dB
(UNBAL)
R
LCD functions
SEND3-4
PAN
20dB
L
Multifunction faders and switches
SEND3-4
METER
ST IN FADER
AD
ø
3BAND
PEQ
AD
ø
3BAND
PEQ
DUAL
PAN
SEND1
SEND2
SEND3-4
SEND3-4
BALANCE
CUE
COMP
L
COMP
ON
2TR IN
–10dB
(UNBAL)
SEND3
FADER
R
SEND3
+4dB
(UNBAL)
METER
DA
ON
CUE
COMP
COMP
SEND3-4
BALANCE
SEND4
FADER
SEND4
+4dB
(UNBAL)
METER
DA
ON
CUE
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CUE
In this chapter...
About CUE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
CUE Modes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Group CUE . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Setting the CUE Mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
CUE Signal Sources . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
CUE/2TR IN Switch . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
CUE LCD Function Info . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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About CUE
ProMix 01 CUE provides comprehensive monitoring of virtually all
inputs and outputs. The CUE signal is output to the MONITOR
OUTPUT and PHONES. Output levels are controlled using the
MONITOR OUT LEVEL control and PHONES LEVEL control,
respectively.
CUE Modes
There are three CUE modes: MIX, LAST CUE, and ST FIX. The following table shows how they work in relation to the LCD functions.
CUE MODE
MIX
LAST CUE
ST FIX
Selected LCD Function
CUE
MIX
LAST CUE
GROUP
Others
GROUP
LAST CUE
ST FIX
MIX — this mode can be used only when the CUE LCD function is
selected. When this mode is selected, the message “Select a channel
to CUE” appears and the selected channel’s [SEL] button LED goes
OFF. The [SEL] buttons can then be used to add channels to the CUE
mix. Stereo-pair channels are cued together. This mode is equivalent
to the CUE function on a conventional mixer.
LAST CUE — in this mode, the currently selected channel is cued.
Stereo-pair channels are cued together. This mode is active when LCD
functions other than GROUP are selected.
ST FIX — in this mode, CUE follows the main stereo output (i.e. it’s
fixed to ST OUT). It is not affected when either the CUE or GROUP
LCD function is selected.
Group CUE
When the GROUP LCD function is selected, you can listen to a
post-fader mix of all channels in the selected group via CUE. This
makes it easy to balance faders in a group. It works only when the CUE
mode is set to MIX or LAST CUE, not when it’s set to ST FIX. When
another LCD function is selected, CUE returns to normal operation.
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Setting the CUE Mode
1. Press [CUE].
The CUE LCD function
appears.
2. Use the PARAMETER wheel
to select a CUE mode.
CUE modes are set on the CUE LCD function, shown below. The
name of the current CUE mode is highlighted. The PARAMETER
wheel is used to select modes. When another mode is selected, its
name flashes. If it is activated by pressing [ENTER], it stops flashing,
appears highlighted, and becomes the current CUE mode.
3. Press [ENTER] to activate
the selected mode.
The name of the CUE mode
appears highlighted.
CUE Signal Sources
The following table shows where the various CUE signals are sourced.
Channels
CH1–16 mono
CUE Modes
MIX & LAST CUE
GROUP LCD Function
Mono/pre-fader
Mono/post-fader, pre-pan
Mono/pre-fader (L+R mix)
Mono/post-fader, pre-pan
(L+R mix)
Stereo input
Stereo/pre-fader
Stereo/post-fader, pre-pan
RTN1, RTN2
Stereo/pre-fader
n/a
SEND3, SEND4
Mono/pre-fader
n/a
SEND3-4
Stereo/pre-fader
n/a
Stereo output
Stereo/pre-fader
n/a
CH1–16 stereo pair
n/a: not applicable.
CUE/2TR IN Switch
This switch determines the signal source for the monitor output and
phones. CUE selects the CUE bus; 2TR IN selects the 2 TR IN inputs.
CUE is used for normal mixing operations. 2TR IN, for 2-track playback and confidence monitoring.
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CUE LCD Function Info
As well as being used to set the CUE mode, the CUE LCD function
displays various information about the currently selected channel.
The exact information shown depends on the type of channel
selected. CUE displays for each type of channel are shown below.
Input Channel
This is the CUE LCD function when an input channel is selected.
Channel ON/OFF
SEND PRE/POST
Group
Phase
Pan
CUE mode
COMP patch
and ON/OFF
EQ ON/OFF EQ curve
Selected
channel
CH: channel-to-mix fader
S1: channel-to-SEND1 fader
S2: channel-to-SEND2 fader
S3: channel-to-SEND3 fader
S4: channel-to-SEND4 fader
COMP GR
meter
Meter for
selected channel
Stereo-Pair Input Channels
This is the CUE LCD function when stereo-pair input channels are
selected. It is, essentially, the same as the one above apart from the
differences indicated. This example display also shows how the fader
knob marker is filled when a fader is set at the 0dB position. Markers
are also filled when faders are set at minimum (∞).
Dual pan
Selected
channel pair
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Meters for
selected pair
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Stereo Input Channel
This is the CUE LCD function for the stereo input channel.
ST IN ON/OFF
SEND PRE/POST
Group Phase Dual Pan
ST IN selected
CUE mode
EQ ON/OFF EQ curve
ST IN meters
ST IN: ST IN-to-mix fader
S1: ST IN-to-SEND1 fader
S2: ST IN-to-SEND2 fader
S3: ST IN-to-SEND3 fader
S4: ST IN-to-SEND4 fader
SEND3, SEND4
This is the CUE LCD function for SEND3 and SEND4.
CUE mode
SEND ON/OFF
Selected SEND
SEND output fader
COMP patch
and ON/OFF
COMP GR
meter
SEND meter
SEND3-4 (Stereo Pair)
This is the CUE LCD function for SEND3-4 as a stereo pair.
SEND3-4 output balance
SEND3-4 ON/OFF
SEND3-4
SEND3-4 output fader
SEND3-4 meters
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RTN1, RTN2
This is the CUE LCD function for RTN1 and RTN2.
RTN balance
CUE mode
RTN ON/OFF
Selected RTN
RTN-to-mix fader
EQ ON/OFF EQ curve
RTN meter
Stereo Output
This is the CUE LCD function for the stereo output.
ST OUT balance
ST OUT ON/OFF
ST OUT
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ST OUT fader
CUE mode
COMP patch
and ON/OFF
EQ curve
COMP GR
meter
ST OUT meters
Groups and Pairs
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Groups and Pairs
In this chapter...
Grouping Faders . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Listening to Groups . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Group Block Diagram . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Pairing Channels . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Pair Block Diagram . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Grouping Faders
1. Press [GROUP].
The GROUP LCD function
appears.
2. Use the [π] [†] cursor buttons to select groups.
3. Use the [SEL] buttons to add
and remove channels to
and from groups.
Stereo-pair channels are
added and removed together.
4. To adjust an individual fader
in a group, press [ENTER] to
turn BAL ADJ ON, adjust the
fader, then press [ENTER]
again.
Faders can be grouped for multiple fader control using one fader. This
makes it easy to control several faders simultaneously. The input
channel and stereo input channel faders can be used in groups. There
are four groups available: A, B, C, and D.
Note: Only faders feeding the stereo bus are grouped. When faders are
used to adjust channel-to-send levels, grouping is not active.
Shown below is the FADER GROUP LCD function. Channel numbers are listed along the top, and group letters to the left side. The
selected group is highlighted and its name is shown at the bottom of
the display. A dot appears when a channel is added to a group and disappears when it is removed.
All faders move when one
fader in a group is adjusted.
Move only one fader in a group at a time. If you try to adjust more,
the first one adjusted should have priority, but you may upset their
relative positions.
!
The quickest way to select
groups is to repeatedly press the
[GROUP] button.
You can temporarily disable a group to make adjusts to individual
faders using the Balance Adjust function. When disabled (i.e. the Balance Adjust function is ON), the [SEL] buttons of the channels in the
group flash.
Listening to Groups
When the GROUP LCD function is selected, you can listen to a
post-fader mix of all channels in the selected group via CUE. This
makes it easy to balance faders in a group. It works only when the CUE
mode is set to MIX or LAST CUE, not when it’s set to ST FIX. When
another LCD function is selected, CUE returns to normal operation.
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Group Block Diagram
This block diagram shows what happens when channels are grouped.
Faders are linked for simultaneous control and the group CUE function is active. See “Listening to Groups” on page 56 for details about
group CUE. Note that fader grouping works only for channel-to-mix
faders, not channel-to-send faders.
METER
OFF
PAD
20dB
COMP
PHANTOM MASTER (+48V)
ON
HA
AD
ø
ST SEND CUE
LR1234LR
CH FADER
PAN
3BAND
PEQ
PRE/POST
GAIN
ON
SEND1
SEND2
SEND3
Phantom
power feed
COMP
SEND4
METER
PAD
20dB
HA
AD
ø
CUE
CH FADER
PAN
3BAND
PEQ
GAIN
GROUP
CUE
PRE/POST
ON
SEND1
SEND2
SEND3
SEND4
Multifunction faders and switches
LCD functions
CUE
Grouped fader link
GROUP
CUE
Group CUE is available when the
GROUP LCD function is selected
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Pairing Channels
1. Press [PAIR].
The PAIR LCD function
appears.
2. Press a [SEL] button or use
the cursor buttons to select
a channel pair.
3. Use the PARAMETER wheel
to select an option.
4. Press [ENTER] to activate.
Adjacent input channels can be paired for stereo operation. This
makes it easy to work with stereo input signals, because you only have
to adjust one channel to control both left and right signals. Up to eight
stereo pairs are available. The following parameters are linked:
PHASE, EQ, COMP patch, ON/OFF, fader, CUE, SEND1, SEND2,
SEND3, and SEND4.
Shown below is the PAIR LCD function. The eight channel pairs are
shown in boxes, and the selected pair is highlighted. When channels
are paired, a stereo symbol appears in the corresponding box. The
selected channels and available options are shown under the boxes.
The currently set option is highlighted and the other options flash
when selected.
For mono channels (
) the options are:
MONO x 2 — this indicates that the channels are not paired.
ST (1–>2) — this copies the settings of the odd input channel to the
even input channel and sets them as a stereo pair.
ST (2–>1) — this copies the settings of the even input channel to the
odd input channel and sets them as a stereo pair.
ST (RESET) — this resets both channels and sets them as a stereo
pair. Odd channels are panned hard-left and even channels,
hard-right.
For stereo-pair channels (
)the options are:
STEREO — this indicates that the channels are paired.
ST (RESET) — this option maintains the stereo pair, but resets both
channels. Odd channels are panned hard-left and even channels,
hard-right.
MONO x 2 — this option cancels the stereo pair and leaves channel
settings as they are.
Note: When channels using a dynamics processor are paired, the patch
is cancelled. A message appears to warn you of this. When grouped channels are paired, they are removed from the group.
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Pair Block Diagram
This block diagram shows what happens when adjacent input channels are paired: PHASE, EQ, COMP patch, faders, ON/OFF, CUE,
SEND1, SEND2, SEND3, and SEND4 are linked for simultaneous
control. The dotted lines show which channel functions are linked.
The send PRE/POST switches are always linked.
METER
OFF
ODD
Channel
PAD
20dB
COMP
PHANTOM MASTER (+48V)
ON
HA
AD
ø
ST SEND CUE
LR1234LR
CH FADER
PAN
3BAND
PEQ
PRE/POST
GAIN
ON
SEND1
SEND2
SEND3
Phantom
power feed
COMP
SEND4
METER
EVEN
Channel
PAD
20dB
HA
AD
ø
CUE
CH FADER
PAN
3BAND
PEQ
GAIN
PRE/POST
ON
SEND1
SEND2
SEND3
SEND4
Multifunction faders and switches
LCD functions
CUE
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Scene Memories
In this chapter...
What are Scene Memories? . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
What’s Stored in a Scene Memory? . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
What is the Edit Buffer? . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Mix Scene 00 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Storing Mix Scenes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Recalling Mix Scenes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Protecting Scene Memories . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Chapter 7: Scene Memories
What are Scene Memories?
Scene memories are memory locations used to store mix scenes. A
mix scene consists of all ProMix 01 mix settings. Up to 50 mix scenes
can be stored and each can be named for easy identification. They can
be stored and recalled manually using the [STORE] and [RECALL]
buttons. They can be recalled using MIDI Program Changes from a
computer, MIDI sequencer, or MIDI footswitch. See “Program
Change” on page 82 for more details. Mix scenes can also be saved to
a MIDI data filer. See “Bulk Dump/Request” on page 85.
Name and number
of the mix scene
last recalled
The name and number of the mix scene recalled last are always shown
at the left side of the display.
What’s Stored in a Scene Memory?
Virtually all ProMix 01 mix settings are stored in a scene memory. For
a full listing, see “Mix Scene Data” on page 98. Settings that are not
stored consist mainly of analog controls and switches. They are: pad
switches, gain controls, MONITOR OUT LEVEL control, PHONES
LEVEL control, CUE/2TR IN switch, LCD contrast, and PHANTOM
MASTER switch. MIDI setup and assignment table data is not stored.
What is the Edit Buffer?
The EDIT indicator
appears when the
mix settings have
changed since the
last mix scene was
recalled
The Edit Buffer is an internal memory area that stores the current mix
settings. When a mix scene is stored, the Edit Buffer mix settings are
written to the selected scene memory. When a mix scene is recalled,
the mix settings of the selected scene memory are written back to the
Edit Buffer. The Edit Buffer mix settings can also be saved to a MIDI
data recorder. See “Bulk Dump/Request” on page 85.
When a parameter is adjusted after a mix scene has been recalled, the
EDIT indicator appears in the Memory area of the display. This indicates that the current mix settings (i.e. those in the Edit Buffer) do
not match those of the mix scene recalled last.
Mix Scene 00
Mix scene 00 is a little different to mix scenes 1 through 50. It is a
read-only memory and contains the initial ProMix 01 settings. You
can recall it, but you cannot store it. When you want to reset all mix
settings to their initial values, recall mix scene 00.
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Storing Mix Scenes
1. Press [STORE].
The MEMORY STORE LCD
function appears.
There are 50 scene memories, so you can store up to 50 mix scenes.
More can be saved to a MIDI data filer. See “Bulk Dump/Request” on
page 85. Mix scenes can be named for easy identification.
2. Use the [INC+] [DEC–] buttons to select a mix scene.
Note: When a mix scene is stored, all data in the selected scene memory
is overwritten. Be careful not to overwrite an important mix scene.
3. Use the [√] [®] cursor buttons and PARAMETER
wheel to name the mix
scene.
If you want to cancel the store
operation, select CANCEL and
press [ENTER].
4. Press [STORE].
Shown below is the MEMORY STORE LCD function. Mix scenes are
listed in the center and the name of the mix scene last recalled or
stored is highlighted. Also there is an equal symbol (=) between the
program’s name and number, not a period like the other programs.
The PARAMETER wheel is used to scroll through the list. When
another mix scene is selected, its name flashes. If it is stored, it stops
flashing, appears highlighted, and the period between its name and
number changes to an equal symbol (=).
The mix scene is stored and its
number appears in the MEMORY area of the display.
!
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ
abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz
()[]{}<>#$%&@!?+-*/÷=– ,.:;",ÙÛ◊
0123456789
--
By recalling a mix scene and
then storing it to another location, you can copy and reorganize your mix scenes.
Mix scene names can be up to eight characters long. The selected
character in the name is highlighted. Available characters scroll
through the box in the center. Use the cursor buttons to position the
cursor in the name, and the PARAMETER wheel to scroll through the
characters. The following characters are available.
! When recalling mix scenes, be
aware that volume levels may
change suddenly as channels are
switched ON and faders moved.
Nobody likes sudden surprises
or speaker damage!
Spaces are available between the above character rows.
Note: When storing mix scenes, make sure there are no mix settings in
the Edit Buffer that you do not want to store. Maybe some settings have
been adjusted accidentally or by someone else. If you are not sure about
the Edit Buffer’s exact contents, first recall the last mix scene, make the
adjustments that you really want, and then store. You may want to store
the current mix settings to an unused scene memory, just in case.
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Recalling Mix Scenes
1. Press [RECALL].
The MEMORY RECALL LCD
function appears. You can
also go to the MEMORY LCD
function by pressing the
[INC+] [DEC–] buttons.
2. Use the [INC+] [DEC–] buttons or the PARAMETER
wheel to select a mix scene.
3. Press [RECALL] to recall.
The mix scene is recalled and
its name and number appear
in the MEMORY area of the
display.
Mix scenes are recalled using the [RECALL] button. They can also be
recalled using MIDI Program Changes. See “Program Change” on
page 82.
Shown below is the MEMORY RECALL LCD function that appears
when [RECALL] is pressed. Mix scenes are listed in the center and the
name of the mix scene last recalled or stored is highlighted. Also there
is an equal symbol (=) between the program’s name and number, not
a period like the other programs. When another mix scene is selected,
its name flashes. If it is recalled, it stops flashing, appears highlighted,
and the period between its name and number changes to an equal
symbol (=).
Note: When you recall a mix scene, all mix settings in the Edit Buffer
(current mix scene) are overwritten. So you may want to store the Edit
Buffer to an unused scene memory before recalling, just in case.
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Protecting Scene Memories
1. Press [UTILITY].
The UTILITY menu appears.
2. Select MEMORY PROTECT
and press [ENTER].
The MEMORY PROTECT LCD
function appears.
3. Select Scene Memories
01–25 or 26–50, then press
[ENTER] or use the PARAMETER wheel to turn protect
ON and OFF.
You can protect stored mix scenes against accidental overwriting
using this Memory Protect function. This is useful when you’ve set
up many mix scenes for repeated use, or when non-experienced users
operate ProMix 01.
With Memory Protect set to ON, mix scenes cannot be stored using
the [STORE] button. And mix scene data received as MIDI Bulk
Dump is ignored. Scene memories are divided into two groups, 01–25
and 26–50, and protection can be set separately for each group.
Shown below is the MEMORY PROTECT LCD function.
4. To exit this function and
return to the UTILITY menu,
select EXIT and press
[ENTER], or just press [UTILITY].
The UTILITY menu reappears.
When MEMORY PROTECT is set to ON, the word PROTECT
appears on the MEMORY LCD function when a mix scene in the protected group is selected, as shown below.
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Dynamics Processors
In this chapter...
ProMix 01 Dynamics Processors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Preset Dynamics Programs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Processor Types . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Patching in a Processor . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Dynamics Processor Meters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Pre-Fader or Post-Fader Patches . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Recalling a Dynamics Program . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Editing a Dynamics Program . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Storing a Dynamics Program . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Preset Dynamics Processor Parameters . . . . . . . . . . .
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ProMix 01 Dynamics Processors
ProMix 01 features three stereo dynamics processors, for compression, limiting, gating, and ducking. They can be patched into input
channels, SEND3, SEND4, and the stereo outputs. Processor settings
are organized as programs, and there are 10 preset programs (1–10)
and 10 user programs (11–20) for you to store your own settings.
Preset Dynamics Programs
These are the preset dynamics programs.
1
Total Comp
6
Comp Heavy2
2
Radio Comp
7
Gate Fast
3
Comp Fast
8
Gate Slow
4
Comp Slow
9
Ducking
5
Comp Heavy1
10
BGM Ducking
See “Preset Dynamics Processor Parameters” on page 78 for a detailed
listing of the preset dynamics program parameters.
Processor Types
Dynamics processors are generally used to correct or control signal
levels. However, they can also be used creatively to shape a sound’s
volume envelope. The four types of dynamics processor and their
general applications are explained below.
Compressor
Vocalists that tend to move toward and away from the microphone
while singing produce fluctuating signal levels; sometimes loud,
sometimes soft. Likewise, acoustic instruments with a large dynamic
range produce sound levels from pianissimo (very soft) through to
fortissimo (very loud). In these situations, it is often difficult to set an
average fader level that will allow a voice or instrument to be heard
clearly throughout a song or piece of music.
This is where the compressor comes in with automatic level control.
By automatically reducing high levels, thus effectively reducing the
dynamic range, the compressor makes it much easier to control signals and set appropriate fader levels. Reducing the dynamic range also
means that recording levels can be set higher, therefore improving
S/N performance. To provide a more consistent signal level and to
squeeze more out of the dynamic range offered by AM and FM broadcasting, radio and TV stations often compress their audio output.
Typical radio compressor settings are provided by preset program #2
(RADIO COMP).
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Compressor parameters are:
Threshold (–40...+18dB) — This determines the level of input signal required to trigger the compressor. Signals at a level below the
threshold pass through unaffected. Signals at and above the threshold
level are compressed by the amount specified using the Ratio parameter. The trigger signal is sourced using the KEY IN parameter.
dB
+20
Compression
ratio = 2:1
+10
0
Output level
-10
Threshold = -10dB
-20
-30
-40
-50
-60
-70
dB
-70 -60 -50 -40 -30 -20 -10 0 +10+20
Ratio (1:1–∞:1) — This determines the amount of compression.
That is, the change in output signal level relative to change in input
signal level. For a 2:1 ratio, for example, a 10dB change in input level
(above the threshold) results in a 5dB change in output level. For a
5:1 ratio, a 10dB change in input level (above the threshold) results
in a 2dB change in output level.
Compression ratios commonly used for vocals, piano, and bass range
from 2:1 to 6:1. A stereo mix maybe compressed 2:1 to add punch and
provide a more consistent volume level.
Input level
Attack (0–120ms) This determines how soon the signal is compressed once the compressor has been triggered. With a fast attack
time, the signal is compressed almost immediately. With a slow attack
time, however, the initial transient of a sound passes through unaffected. Attack times from 1–5ms are a good place to start.
Release (0.1–6.0s) — This determines how soon the compressor
returns to its normal gain once the trigger signal level drops below
the threshold. If the release time is too short, the gain will recover too
quickly causing level pumping (i.e. noticeable gain fluctuations). If it
is set too long, the compressor may not have time to recover before
the next high level signal appears, and it will be compressed incorrectly. Release times from 0.1–0.5s are a good place to start.
Out Gain (–18...+18dB) — This sets the compressor’s output signal
level. Compression tends to reduce the average signal level. Out Gain
can be used to counter this level reduction and set an appropriate level
for the next stage in the audio path.
Limiter
dB
A limiter is essentially a compressor with a high ratio setting. Compression ratios above 10:1 are considered to limit signals rather than
compress them. When an input signal exceeds the specified threshold
level, its level is automatically reduced to the threshold level. This
means that the limiter’s output level never actually exceeds the threshold level. Limiters are often used to prevent signals from overloading
amplifiers and tape recorders. A limiter with a relatively high threshold, for example, could be patched into the stereo outputs to prevent
amplifier and speaker overload.
+20
+10
Compression
ratio = 10:1
0
Output level
-10
-20
-30
Threshold = -20dB
-40
-50
-60
-70
dB
Limiter parameters are the same as those for the compressor.
-70 -60 -50 -40 -30 -20 -10 0 +10+20
Input level
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Gate
A gate, or noise gate is essentially an audio switch used to mute signals
below a set threshold level. It can be used to cut background noise
picked up by open microphones, noise and hiss from guitar valve
amps and effects pedals, and leakage between drum microphones. It
also has many creative uses too. For example, gating a drum sound
with a short decay time tightens up the sound. Also, patching a gate
into a droning bass synth channel and then triggering it from the kick
drum channel allows the bass synth through only when the kick drum
is struck, adding extra wallop on the beat.
Gate parameters are:
dB
Threshold (–50...+10dB) — This determines the level at which the
gate closes, cutting off the signal. Signals above the threshold level
pass through unaffected. Signals at or below the threshold, however,
cause the gate to close. The trigger signal is sourced using the KEY IN
parameter.
+20
+10
0
Output level
-10
Threshold = -10dB
-20
-30
Range = -30dB
-40
-50
-60
Range = -80dB
-70
dB
-70 -60 -50 -40 -30 -20 -10 0 +10+20
Input level
Attack (0–120ms) — This determines how fast the gate opens when
the signal exceeds the threshold level. Slow attack times can be used
to remove the initial transient edge of percussive sounds. Too slow an
attack time makes some sounds appear backwards.
Hold (3–341ms) — This determines how long the gate stays open
once the trigger signal has fallen below the threshold level.
Decay (85ms–10.9s) — This determines how fast the gate closes
once the hold time has expired. A longer decay time produces a more
natural gating effect, allowing the natural decay of an instrument to
pass through. With a maximum decay time of 10.9 seconds, you could
even use this for fade-outs.
Range (–80dB...0dB) — This determines the level to which the gate
closes. Think of it as a brick holding a garden gate open so that a certain amount of signal always flows through. For a setting of –80dB,
the gate closes completely when the input signal falls below the
threshold. For a setting of –30dB, however, the gate only closes so far.
For a setting of 0dB, the gate has no effect. When signals are gated
abruptly, the sudden disappearance can sometimes sound odd. This
parameter causes the gate to reduce the signal level rather than cut it
completely.
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Ducking
Ducking is commonly used for voice-over applications, where the
background music level is reduced automatically when an announcer
speaks. Ducking is achieved by triggering a compressor with a different sound source. For example, a ducker is patched into the background music channel, and the KEY IN signal is sourced from the
announcer’s microphone channel. When the announcer’s microphone level exceeds the specified threshold, the background music
level is reduced automatically, allowing the announcer to be heard
clearly. The same technique can also be used for vocals in a mix. For
example, ducking backing sounds such as rhythm guitar and synth
pad during vocal phrases allows the vocals to be heard clearly. This
can also be used to bring solo instruments up in a mix.
Ducking parameters are:
Threshold (–50...+10dB) — This determines the level of trigger signal (KEY IN) required to activate ducking. Trigger signal levels below
the threshold do not activate ducking. Trigger signals at and above the
threshold level, however, activate ducking, and the signal level is
reduced to a level set by the Range parameter. The trigger signal is
sourced using the KEY IN parameter.
dB
+20
+10
0
Output level
-10
Threshold = -20dB
-20
-30
-40
-50
-60
Range = -30dB
-70
dB
-70 -60 -50 -40 -30 -20 -10 0 +10+20
Input level
Attack (0–120ms) — This determines how soon the signal is ducked
once the ducker has been triggered. With a fast attack time, the signal
is ducked almost immediately. With a slow attack time, however,
ducking appears to fade the signal. Too fast an attack time may sound
abrupt.
Hold (3–341ms) — This determines how long ducking remains
active once the trigger signal has fallen below the threshold level.
Decay (85ms–10.9s) — This determines how soon the ducker
returns to its normal gain once the trigger signal level drops below
the threshold.
Range (–80...0dB) — This determines the level to which the signal
is ducked. For a setting of –80dB, the signal is virtually cutoff. For a
setting of –30dB, however, the signal is ducked by 30dB. For a setting
of 0dB, the ducker has no effect.
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Patching in a Processor
1. Press [COMP] repeatedly to
select a processor: 1, 2, or 3.
The COMP LCD function
appears. If you didn’t exit
after your last COMP edit, the
COMP EDIT LCD function
appears instead.
2. Use the cursor buttons to
select the ON/OFF, PATCH,
and KEYIN parameters and
the PARAMETER wheel to
set them.
Dynamics processors can be patched into the input channels, SEND3,
SEND4, and stereo output. The SEND3, SEND4, and stereo outputs
patches can configured to pre-fader or post-fader. See “Pre-Fader or
Post-Fader Patches” on page 74. Although a stereo dynamics processor can be used in mono (i.e. on a single channel), it cannot be used
as two independent mono processors.
Shown below is the COMP LCD function. Dynamics setup parameters appear in the top part of the display. Programs are listed in the
center.
3. You must press [ENTER] to
activate the PATCH and
KEYIN parameters.
The parameters are:
ON/OFF — this is used to turn a dynamics processor ON and OFF.
PATCH — this is used to patch a dynamics processor into a channel.
The current setting is highlighted. Other settings flash when selected.
Settings are activated by pressing [ENTER]. Stereo-pair channels are
patched together.
Note: Patch points that are in use by the other dynamics processors are
not available.
The options are:
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PATCH
Patch Point
OFF
No patch
CH1–CH16
An input channel: post-EQ, pre-fader
SEND3
SEND3
SEND4
SEND4
STEREO
Stereo output
Can be pre-fader or post-fader.
See “Pre-Fader or Post-Fader
Patches” on page 74.
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KEY IN — this is used to select the processor trigger source. (i.e. the
signal that triggers, or activates the processor). The current setting is
highlighted. Other settings flash when selected. Settings are activated
by pressing [ENTER].
The options are:
KEY IN
Source
SELF
Same as PATCH
CH1–CH16
An input channel: post-EQ, pre-fader
SEND3
SEND3
SEND4
SEND4
ST-L
Stereo output left channel
ST-R
Stereo output right channel
Can be pre-fader or post-fader.
See “Pre-Fader or Post-Fader
Patches” on page 74.
IN — this parameter appears only when PATCH is set to STEREO. It
determines whether a dynamics processor is patched into just the
left/odd channel (L), right/even channel (R), or both (BOTH).
Note: The ON/OFF, PATCH, KEY IN, and IN parameters are not stored
in dynamics programs. They are, however, stored in mix scenes.
Dynamics Processor Meters
The amount of processor gain reduction (GR) and the output signal
levels are metered on the COMP LCD function, as shown below. Gain
reduction is the amount by which a signal’s level is reduced. The output signal levels work from bottom-to-top as conventional level
meters. The GR level meter, however, works from top-to-bottom.
For compression, limiting, and ducking, the GR meter operates when
the processor is active (i.e. has been triggered by the KEY IN signal)
and it shows the amount of signal level reduction. For a gate, however,
the processor is active when the input signal is below the threshold.
So the GR meter operates when the input signal is below the threshold
and also when there is no input signal.
Gain reduction
Output levels
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Pre-Fader or Post-Fader Patches
1. Press [UTILITY].
The UTILITY menu appears.
2. Select OUTPUT COMP
PATCH POINT and press
[ENTER].
The OUTPUT COMP PATCH
POINT LCD function appears.
3. Use the cursor buttons to
select parameters and the
[ENTER] button or PARAMETER wheel to set them.
4. To exit this function and
return to the UTILITY menu,
select EXIT and press
[ENTER], or just press [UTILITY].
The UTILITY menu reappears.
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SEND3, SEND4, and stereo output dynamics processor patch points
can be configured pre-fader or post-fader. These settings are made on
the OUTPUT COMP PATCH POINT LCD function, shown below.
Initially, they are all configured post-fader.
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Recalling a Dynamics Program
1. Press [COMP] repeatedly to
select a processor: 1, 2, or 3.
The COMP LCD function
appears. If you didn’t exit
after your last COMP edit, the
COMP EDIT LCD function
appears instead.
2. Select RECALL.
3. Use the PARAMETER wheel
to select a program.
There are 10 preset programs (1–10) and 10 user programs (11–20).
Shown below is the COMP LCD function. Setup parameters appear
in the top part of the display. Programs are listed in the center and
the name of the program last recalled or stored is highlighted. Also
there is an equal symbol (=) between the program’s name and number, not a period like the other programs. The PARAMETER wheel
is used to scroll through the program list. When another program is
selected, its name flashes. If it is recalled, it stops flashing, appears
highlighted, and the period between its name and number changes
to an equal symbol (=).
4. Press [ENTER] to recall.
The program is recalled.
Dynamics Processors and Mix Scenes
Dynamics processor settings are stored in mix scenes, so you can
instantly change processors just by recalling a mix scene. If you are
using a controlling computer or MIDI sequencer, you can also record
processor setting adjustments as MIDI Control Change messages.
Your adjustments can then be replayed automatically. See “Control
Change” on page 83 for more details. Note that mix scenes store only
the current program names, numbers, and parameter settings for
COMP1, COMP2, and COMP3. They do not store the entire dynamics processor library of 20 programs.
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Editing a Dynamics Program
1. Press [COMP] repeatedly to
select a processor: 1, 2, or 3.
The COMP LCD function
appears. If you didn’t exit
after your last COMP edit, the
COMP EDIT LCD function
appears instead.
2. Select EDIT and press
[ENTER].
The COMP EDIT LCD function
appears.
3. Use the [π] [†] cursor buttons to select parameters
and the PARAMETER wheel
to set them.
You can go to another LCD
function and return to the
COMP EDIT LCD function at
any time.
You can edit all dynamics programs, however, you can store only to
user locations. So if you edit a preset program, you must store it as a
user program.
A typical edit display is shown below. The name and number of the
program are shown at the top, and the dynamics parameters are
shown in the center. The cursor buttons are used to scroll through the
parameters and the PARAMETER wheel is used to set them. The gain
graph to the right of the parameter list shows how the output signal
level (vertical) changes relative to the input signal level (horizontal).
This is affected by the Threshold, Ratio, and Range parameters.
The ON/OFF parameter at the bottom of the display allows you to
turn the selected dynamics processor ON and OFF. This parameter
is the same as the ON/OFF parameter that appears on the COMP
LCD function. The PATCH parameter indicates which channel the
selected dynamics processor is patched to. This parameter is set on
the COMP LCD function.
4. When you’ve finished editing, select EXIT and press
[ENTER], or simply press
[ENTER] twice.
To name and store the program, see “Storing a Dynamics Program” on page 77.
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See “Preset Dynamics Processor Parameters” on page 78 for a detailed
listing of dynamics parameters, their ranges, and the preset program
settings.
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Storing a Dynamics Program
1. Press [COMP] repeatedly to
select a processor: 1, 2, or 3.
The COMP LCD function
appears. If you didn’t exit
after your last COMP edit, the
COMP EDIT LCD function
appears instead.
2. Select STORE.
3. Use the PARAMETER wheel
to select a program and
press [ENTER].
The COMP NAME LCD function appears.
There are 10 user dynamics programs (11–20) for you to store your
own settings. When STORE is selected on the COMP LCD function,
user program 11, the first user program, is selected automatically. You
cannot select preset programs 1 through 10 while the STORE option
is selected. User programs can be named for easy identification.
Shown below is the COMP LCD function. Dynamics setup parameters appear in the top part of the display. Programs are listed in the
center and the name of the program last recalled or stored is highlighted. Also there is an equal symbol (=) between the program’s
name and number, not a period like the other programs. The
PARAMETER wheel is used to scroll through the program list. When
another program is selected, its name flashes. If it is stored, it stops
flashing, appears highlighted, and the period between its name and
number changes to an equal symbol (=).
4. Use the [√] [®] cursor buttons and PARAMETER
wheel to name the program.
If you want to cancel the store
operation, select CANCEL and
press [ENTER].
5. Press [STORE] to store.
The program is stored.
Shown below is the COMP NAME LCD function that appears when
[ENTER] is pressed in step 2. The type of dynamics processor used
in the program is shown in parenthesis. The program name and number are shown above that. The selected character in the name is highlighted. Available characters scroll through the box in the center. Use
the cursor buttons to position the cursor in the name, and the
PARAMETER wheel to scroll through the characters.
!
By recalling a program and
then storing it to another location, you can copy and reorganize your dynamics programs.
Dynamics program names can be up to 15 characters long and the
following characters are available.
--
ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZ
abcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz
()[]{}<>#$%&@!?+-*/÷=– ,.:;",ÙÛ◊
0123456789
Spaces are available between the above character rows.
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Preset Dynamics Processor Parameters
Type
Program # Program Name
Duck
Parameters
Threshold
Ratio
Attack
Release
Out Gain
–40...+18dB
1:1–∞:1
0–120ms
0.1–6.0s
–18...+18dB
1
TOTAL COMP
Typical mix compression for
adding punch and definition.
0dB
2:1
50ms
3.0s
+1dB
2
RADIO COMP
Typical FM radio compression.
+6dB
4:1
18ms
5.0s
+3dB
3
COMP FAST
Fast attack compression to
catch all signal transients.
+2dB
4:1
5ms
2.5s
+3dB
4
COMP SLOW
Slow attack compression to allow signal transients to pass
through unaffected.
–2dB
4:1
70ms
5.0s
+1dB
5
COMP HEAVY1 Strong signal limiting.
–3dB
10:1
14ms
0.5s
+2dB
6
COMP HEAVY2 Medium signal limiting.
0dB
6:1
18ms
1.5s
+3dB
Comp
Gate
Description
Threshold
Attack
Hold
Decay
Range
–50...+10dB
0–120ms
3–341ms
85ms–10.9s
0...–80dB
7
GATE FAST
Quick close noise gate.
–6dB
1ms
101ms
1.3s
–20dB
8
GATE SLOW
Slow close noise gate.
–2dB
5ms
315ms
8.2s
–25dB
9
DUCKING
10
Ducking for background music
BGM DUCKING
voice-overs.
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Typical signal ducking
Threshold
Attack
Hold
Decay
Range
–50...+10dB
0–120ms
3–341ms
85ms–10.9s
0...–80dB
–8dB
9ms
296ms
6.5s
–9dB
–18dB
9ms
341ms
10.9s
–14dB
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MIDI and ProMix 01 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
MIDI Setup . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Program Change . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Control Change . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Bulk Dump/Request . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Local ON/OFF . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Memory Control Change Out . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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MIDI and ProMix 01
OUT
IN
MIDI
The true power of ProMix 01 can be realized with MIDI. Used in conjunction with a controlling computer or MIDI sequencer, mix scenes
can be recalled automatically, providing snapshot mix automation. In
addition, all mix parameters can be controlled in real time, providing
dynamic mix automation. Various data, including mix scenes and the
Edit Buffer, can be stored to a computer or MIDI data filer. ProMix 01
uses the following MIDI messages:
• Program Change — to recall mix scenes.
• Control Change — to control mix parameters in real time.
• Bulk Dump (System Exclusive) — to store data.
MIDI connections are made using standard MIDI IN and OUT type
connectors. Although there is no dedicated MIDI THRU connection,
the same result can be achieved using the ECHO function, which
appears on the MIDI SETUP LCD function. When set to ON, Program Change and Control Change messages received at MIDI IN are
fed directly through to MIDI OUT.
MIDI Menu
MIDI LCD functions are accessed through the MIDI menu, shown
below. The MIDI menu appears when the [MIDI] button is pressed.
There are six MIDI related LCD functions available. These are
explained in the following sections.
MIDI Indicator
MIDI receive indicator
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When ProMix 01 is receiving MIDI data, the MIDI indicator appears
in the Memory area of the display.
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MIDI Setup
1. Press [MIDI].
The MIDI menu appears.
The MIDI SETUP LCD function shown below is used to set basic
MIDI parameters.
2. Select MIDI SETUP and
press [ENTER].
The MIDI SETUP LCD function
appears.
3. Use the cursor buttons to
select parameters and the
PARAMETER wheel to set
them.
Tx, Rx, OMNI, and ECHO
parameters can also be set
using [ENTER].
4. To exit this function and
return to the MIDI menu,
select EXIT and press
[ENTER], or just press
[MIDI].
The MIDI menu reappears.
The parameters are:
Tx Ch — this determines which MIDI Channel ProMix 01 uses to
transmit Program Change, Control Change, and Bulk Dump messages. MIDI Channels 1 through 16 can be selected.
Rx Ch — this determines which MIDI Channel ProMix 01 uses to
receive Program Change, Control Change, and Bulk Dump messages.
MIDI Channels 1 through 16 can be selected.
Note: In Channel mode, Control Changes are transmitted and received
on several MIDI Channels. See “Control Change” on page 83.
The following parameters can be set independently for Program
Change (PROGRAM), Control Change (CONTROL), and Bulk
Dump (BULK).
Tx — this determines whether ProMix 01 transmits MIDI data.
When set to ON, MIDI data is transmitted as normal. When set to
OFF, no MIDI data is transmitted.
Rx — this determines whether ProMix 01 receives MIDI data. When
set to ON, MIDI data is received as normal. When set to OFF, received
MIDI data is ignored.
OMNI — this determines whether ProMix 01 receives MIDI data on
all MIDI Channels. When set to OFF, MIDI data is received on the
MIDI Channels specified using Rx Ch. When set to ON, however,
MIDI data is received on all MIDI Channels, regardless of Rx Ch settings.
ECHO — this determines whether MIDI data received at MIDI IN is
echoed through to MIDI OUT. When set to OFF, data is not echoed.
When set to ON, it is echoed.
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Program Change
1. Press [MIDI].
The MIDI menu appears.
2. Select PROGRAM CHANGE
ASSIGN and press [ENTER].
The PROGRAM CHANGE
ASSIGN LCD function
appears.
3. Use the cursor buttons to
select Program Changes
(PGM) and the PARAMETER
wheel to assign mix scenes
(MEM).
4. To exit this function and
return to the MIDI menu,
select EXIT and press
[ENTER], or just press
[MIDI].
The MIDI menu reappears.
MIDI Program Change messages are used to recall ProMix 01 mix
scenes, providing snapshot mix automation. When a mix scene is
recalled using the [RECALL] button, a Program Change message is
output. This allows for simultaneous mix scene recall on multiple
ProMix 01s. It can also be used to recall data on other MIDI devices.
Such as an effects program on an external effects processor, or a voice
on a synthesizer. Recalling mix scene #10, for example, could be used
to recall voice #10 on a synthesizer. Mix scenes can also be recalled by
transmitting Program Change messages from other MIDI devices.
For example, most synthesizers are set to transmit a Program Change
message when a voice is selected. This could be used to recall the corresponding mix scene on ProMix 01. So with just one button press,
your mixer, synthesizer, and other MIDI devices are instantly ready
for the next song. You can also use a MIDI footswitch.
Program Change messages really come into there own when used
with a controlling computer or MIDI sequencer. For example, with
your MIDI sequencer in record, [RECALL] button presses are
recorded along with your song data. During playback, mix scenes are
then recalled automatically. You can also edit and enter Program
Changes in songs using your sequencer’s edit functions.
Initially, mix scenes 1 through 50 are assigned to Program Changes 1
through 50. Mix scene 00 is assigned to Program Change 128. You can,
however, change these assignments using the PROGRAM CHANGE
ASSIGN LCD function. A Mix scene to Program Change Assignment
table is provided in the Additions section of this User’s Guide.
! Remember to set the relevant
parameters on the MIDI SETUP
LCD function before trying to
transmit or receive Program
Changes.
Shown below is the PROGRAM CHANGE ASSIGN LCD function.
Program Changes are listed in three columns. The mix scene (MEM)
assigned to the selected Program Change (PGM) is highlighted. “--”
means no assign.
To reset these assignments to their initial values, select RESET and
press [ENTER]. An “Are your sure” message appears. Select YES to
reset, NO to cancel, then press [ENTER] again.
Mix scene to Program Change assignments can be stored using MIDI
Bulk Dump. See “Bulk Dump/Request” on page 85.
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Control Change
1. Press [MIDI].
The MIDI menu appears.
2. Select CONTROL CHANGE
ASSIGN and press [ENTER].
The CONTROL CHANGE
ASSIGN LCD function
appears.
3. With the cursor in the
No./NAME column, use the
PARAMETER wheel to scroll
through the ProMix 01
parameters.
4. Use the cursor buttons to
select the Bank and Control
Change (No.) columns and
the PARAMETER wheel to
set them.
5. When the Bank or Control
Change (No.) column is
selected, the [π] [† ] cursor
buttons can be used to
select ProMix 01 parameters.
In conjunction with a controlling computer or MIDI sequencer,
MIDI Control Change messages are used to control ProMix 01 mix
parameters in real time, providing dynamic mix automation. When
a ProMix 01 mix setting is adjusted, a Control Change message is output. If this message is recorded to computer or MIDI sequencer, during playback your mix adjustments can be replayed automatically.
ProMix 01 mix settings can also be controlled by transmitting Control Changes from other MIDI devices, using, for example, the assignable sliders on a synthesizer. This allows you to control ProMix 01
from your synthesizer, or any other device that transmits Control
Changes.
There are 531 controllable mix parameters, 0 through 530, and 1,536
Control Changes, divided into 16 banks of 96. All parameters are initially assigned to Control Changes. However, you can change these
using the CONTROL CHANGE ASSIGN LCD function. The Control
Change to Parameter Assignment table in the Additions section of
this User’s Guide lists the initial assignments.
Shown below is the CONTROL CHANGE ASSIGN LCD function.
The PARAMETER wheel is used to scroll through the parameters, and
the selected parameter is highlighted. In the Control Change Bank
and No. columns, “--” means no assign.
6. To exit this function and
return to the MIDI menu,
select EXIT and press
[ENTER], or just press
[MIDI].
The MIDI menu reappears.
The MODE option sets the mode: Channel or Register.
Channel — each bank of Control Changes uses a separate MIDI
Channel. The MIDI Channel used depends on the Tx Ch parameter
on the MIDI SETUP LCD function and is determined as follows:
=
! Remember to set the relevant
parameters on the MIDI SETUP
LCD function before trying to
transmit or receive Control
Changes.
+
So, for example, when Tx Ch is set to 1, bank 0 data uses MIDI Channel 1 (1 + 0 = 1) and bank 5 data uses MIDI Channel 6 (5 + 1 = 6).
When Tx Ch is set to 7, bank 0 data uses MIDI Channel 7 (7 + 0 = 7)
and bank 5 data uses MIDI Channel 12 (5 + 7 = 12). If the result is
higher than 16, start again from 1. For example, a value of 19 is MIDI
Channel 3.
The Control Change (CONTROL) OMNI parameter on the MIDI
SETUP LCD function is ignored in Channel mode.
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Register — all Control Changes use the Tx Ch MIDI Channel, and
Control Change #98 (Non-Registered Parameter LSB) is used to specify banks.
To reset the Control Change assignments to their initial values, select
RESET and press [ENTER]. An “Are your sure” message appears.
Select YES to reset, NO to cancel, then press [ENTER] again.
If several parameters are assigned to the same Control Change in the
same bank, the lowest numbered parameter is controlled when that
Control Change is received. When any one of the parameters is
adjusted, the assigned Control Change is output as normal.
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Bulk Dump/Request
1. Press [MIDI].
The MIDI menu appears.
2. Select BULK DUMP
REQUEST and press
[ENTER].
The BULK DUMP REQUEST
LCD function appears.
3. Select MODE and press
[ENTER] or use the PARAMETER wheel to select BULK
DUMP or BULK REQUEST.
The BULK DUMP/REQUEST LCD function has two operating
modes: Bulk Dump and Bulk Request. Bulk Dump outputs the
selected data as MIDI Bulk Dump data. This is used to store
ProMix 01 data to a controlling computer, MIDI sequencer, or MIDI
data filer. Bulk Request, on the other hand, outputs a Bulk Request
message requesting the selected data. The controlling computer that
receives this message responds by transmitting the requested data.
The Dump and Request functions can also be used to exchange data
between ProMix 01s in a multiple system.
Shown below is the BULK DUMP/REQUEST LCD function.
4. Use the cursor buttons to
select a data type. Use the
PARAMETER wheel to select
mix scenes.
5. Press [ENTER] to execute
the dump or request.
A message appears showing
dump or request status.
6. To exit this function and
return to the MIDI menu,
select EXIT and press
[ENTER], or just press
[MIDI].
The MIDI menu reappears.
The parameters are:
MODE — this determines the mode: Bulk Dump or Bulk Request.
When Bulk Dump is selected, the selected data is output as MIDI Bulk
Dump. When Bulk Request is selected, a Bulk Request message
requesting the selected data is output.
ALL — this is all ProMix 01 data.
SCENE — this is mix scene data. You can select all mix scenes
(01–50), just one (10–10), or a range (05–15).
EDIT BUFFER — this is the Edit Buffer data. For more details about
this and other data types, see “Data Types” on page 98.
SETUP MEMORY — this is the Setup Memory data.
CONTROL — this is the Control Change to Parameter Assignment
table data.
! Remember to set the relevant
BULK parameters on the MIDI
SETUP LCD function before trying to transmit or receive Bulk
Dump data.
PROGRAM — this is the Mix Scene to Program Change Assignment
table data.
INTERVAL TIME — this determines the interval between MIDI data
blocks. MIDI devices with a relatively small MIDI buffer sometimes
require longer intervals. Refer to your MIDI device’s user manuals to
see what interval is recommended. For data transfer between
ProMix 01s, use the 300ms setting.
While Bulk Dump or Bulk Request is in progress, the name of the data
being output or requested is shown at the bottom of the display.
To cancel Bulk Dump, press a cursor button or select another LCD
function.
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Local ON/OFF
1. Press [MIDI].
The MIDI menu appears.
2. Select LOCAL ON/OFF and
press [ENTER].
The LOCAL ON/OFF LCD function appears.
3. Press [ENTER] or use the
PARAMETER wheel to turn
LOCAL ON/OFF ON and
OFF.
4. Use the cursor buttons to
select the LOCAL ON/OFF
parameter and the [ENTER]
button to set it.
The LOCAL ON/OFF LCD function allows you to use the ProMix 01
faders and CH1–16 [SEL] buttons to control another ProMix 01, or
a MIDI device that responds to MIDI Control Change and Program
Change messages. This is similar to the Local ON/OFF function of a
synthesizer, where the keyboard is disconnected from the tone generator so that both parts can be used independently. Using the
ProMix 01 faders you could, for example, control parameters on a
synthesizer or effects processor. The ProMix 01 [SEL] buttons could
be used to select voices, programs, patches, etc., on a MIDI device.
Shown below is the LOCAL ON/OFF LCD function. Faders are listed
in two boxed rows. Each box contains the fader’s number and its current position, specified as a hexadecimal MIDI value.
5. To exit this function and
return to the MIDI menu,
select EXIT and press
[ENTER], or just press
[MIDI].
The MIDI menu reappears.
!
Make sure that PROGRAM Tx
and CONTROL Tx are set to
ON. Otherwise, Control Change
and Program Change messages
are not output. Go to the MIDI
SETUP LCD function.
LOCAL ON/OFF — this turns the Local function ON and OFF.
When set to ON, the faders and [SEL] buttons control the ProMix 01
as normal. When set to OFF, the faders and [SEL] buttons do not control the ProMix 01 (i.e. Edit Buffer). When a fader is moved, a Control
Change message is output, and when a CH1–16 [SEL] button is
pressed, a Program Change message is output. The message “Program
Change Transmitted” appears when a [SEL] button is pressed. The ST
IN, RTN/SEND, and ST OUT faders are set to minimum automatically.
When Local is set to OFF, ProMix 01 can still be controlled by another
device using Control Change messages. The Control Change to
Parameter Assignment table in the Additions section of this User’s
Guide lists the initial parameter assignments.
Note: Local OFF is effective only when the MIDI LOCAL ON/OFF LCD
function is selected. When another LCD function is selected, the faders
and [SEL] buttons control the ProMix 01 as normal.
Once the LOCAL ON/OFF parameter has been set to OFF, you can
toggle between Local Off mode and normal operation very quickly.
Simply press a function button to go to another LCD function. Then,
to return to Local Off mode, just press the [MIDI] button.
When ProMix 01 is powered ON, Local ON/OFF is set to ON automatically.
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Memory Control Change Out
1. Press [MIDI].
The MIDI menu appears.
2. Select MEMORY CONTROL
CHANGE OUT and press
[ENTER].
The MEMORY CONTROL
CHANGE OUT LCD function
appears.
The MEMORY CONTROL CHANGE OUT LCD function allows you
to selectively output mix scene data as MIDI Control Change messages. This can be used to selectively update mix scene data on another
ProMix 01 or a controlling computer.
Shown below is the MEMORY CONTROL CHANGE OUT LCD
function.
3. Use the cursor buttons to
select parameters and the
PARAMETER wheel and
[ENTER] button to set them.
4. Select OUTPUT:EXECUTE
and press [ENTER].
The selected data is output
and the message “EXECUTING” appears. The message
changes to “....DONE” when
finished.
5. To exit this function and
return to the MIDI menu,
select EXIT and press
[ENTER], or just press
[MIDI].
OUTPUT: EXECUTE — this executes Control Change Out.
The following data types can be selected:
MEMORY
This selects the mix scene whose data is output. You can also select the
Edit Buffer (i.e. current mix settings).
ON/OFF
CH1–16, ST IN, RTN1, RTN2, SEND3, SEND4, ST OUT ON/OFF
(# 22–43).
LEVEL
CH1–16, ST IN, RTN1, RTN2, SEND3, SEND4, ST OUT level (#0–21).
EQ
CH1–16, ST IN, RTN1, RTN2, ST OUT EQ ON/OFF (#196–215).
CH1–16, ST IN, RTN1, RTN2, ST OUT EQ F/G/Q (#216–395).
COMP1–3 ON/OFF (#458–460).
COMP1–3 # (#446–448).
The MIDI menu reappears.
COMP1–3 PATCH Channel (#449–451).
COMP
COMP1–3 KEYIN Channel (#452–454).
COMP1–3 KEYIN Mode (#455–457).
COMP1–3 Parameter 1–(5) (#461–475). The number of parameters
depends on the program selected.
PAN
CH1–16, ST IN L-R, RTN1 L-R, RTN2 L-R, SEND3, SEND4, ST OUT Pan,
Balance (# 44–67).
CH1–16, ST IN SEND3-4 Pan, Balance (# 140–156).
! Make sure that Control Tx is
set to ON before trying to output
mix scene data. Go to the MIDI
SETUP LCD function.
SEND
SEND1, SEND2, SEND3, SEND4 Pre/Post (# 136–139).
CH1–16, ST IN, SEND1, SEND2, SEND3, SEND4 Level (# 68–135).
Effect1, Effect2 Type (# 404–405).
EFFECT
OTHERS
Effect1, Effect2 Parameter 1–(10) (# 406–445). The number of parameters depends on the program selected.
CH1–16, ST IN Phase Normal/Reverse (# 179–195).
CH1–16, ST IN Group (# 484–500).
The following data is output with each of the above data types: CH1–16 Stereo Pair
Flag (# 396–406) and SEND3, 4 Configuration Flag (# 476).
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Other Functions
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Other Functions
In this chapter...
Using the Oscillator . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Checking the Battery . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
ProMix 01 Initialization . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Fader Calibration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Using the Oscillator
1. Press [UTILITY].
The UTILITY menu appears.
2. Select OSCILLATOR and
press [ENTER].
The OSCILLATOR LCD function appears.
3. Assign the oscillator.
4. Turn the OSC ON.
5. Set the frequency (FREQ).
6. Set the level.
7. To exit this function and
return to the UTILITY menu,
select EXIT and press
[ENTER], or just press [UTILITY].
ProMix 01 features a useful sine wave oscillator that can be assigned
to SEND3, SEND4, and the stereo output. Since it’s digital, it is highly
accurate and produces a very clean sine wave. It can also produce pink
noise. You can use it when setting recording levels on multitrack, two
track, cassette, and DAT recorders. It’s also useful for system troubleshooting and other studio tasks.
Note: Before turning the oscillator ON, it’s a good idea to set the SEND3,
SEND4, or ST OUT faders to a minimal level. This will prevent any sudden tone burst surprises in your monitors or foldback headphones.
Shown below is the OSCILLATOR LCD function. Oscillator parameters appear to the left of the LEVEL fader, and level meters for
SEND3, SEND4, and ST OUT to the right.
The UTILITY menu reappears.
The parameters are:
ASSIGN — use these parameters to assign the oscillator to SEND3,
SEND4, and the stereo output (ST OUT).
OSC — use this parameter to turn the oscillator ON and OFF. This
is automatically set to OFF when another LCD function is selected.
FREQ — use this parameter to select a sine wave frequency: 100Hz,
1kHz, 10kHz, or PINK noise.
LEVEL — use this parameter to set the oscillator level. The fader
graphic indicates the level setting. The fader knob changes, too.
LEVEL = –∞dB
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Other levels
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Checking the Battery
1. Press [UTILITY].
The UTILITY menu appears.
2. Select BATTERY CHECK and
press [ENTER].
The BATTERY CHECK LCD
function appears.
3. To exit this function and
return to the UTILITY menu,
select EXIT and press
[ENTER], or just press [UTILITY].
ProMix 01 uses a long-life battery to backup its RAM memory. The
battery should last for up to five years, and you can check its condition
using the BATTERY CHECK function.
If the BATTERY CHECK function indicates that the battery needs
replacing, please contact your Yamaha dealer.
Important: Do not try to replace the battery yourself.
Shown below is the BATTERY CHECK LCD function.
The UTILITY menu reappears.
Possible messages are:
Battery is OK!! — battery is OK.
Warning! Low battery — battery power is getting low. Ask your
Yamaha dealer to install a new battery.
Warning! No battery — no battery is installed. Ask your Yamaha
dealer to install a new battery.
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ProMix 01 Initialization
1. Power OFF ProMix 01.
2. Press and hold down
[STORE] and [INC+].
3. Power ON ProMix 01.
The message “Initializing
Memory” appears.
4. When the “Initializing
Memory” message disappears, release the buttons.
When the faders return to
their minimum positions, initialization is complete.
This function allows you to reset all ProMix 01 mix settings, mix
scenes, user effects programs, user EQ programs, and user dynamics
programs to their initial settings (i.e. their factory settings).
Note: If you want to reset just the mix settings, recall mix scene 00
instead. See “Mix Scene 00” on page 62.
Initialization consists of:
• Clearing all user RAM areas: mix scenes, user effects programs,
user EQ programs, and user dynamics programs.
• Initializing the Edit Buffer (i.e. all mix settings).
• Initializing the Mix Scene to Program Change table.
• Initializing the Control Change to Parameter Assignment table.
• Copying mix scene 00 to mix scenes 1 through 50.
• Initializing the I/O ports.
• Calibrating the faders (don’t worry about the noise).
• Refreshing the LCD.
• Resetting.
Fader Calibration
1. Power OFF ProMix 01.
2. Press and hold down
[ENTER].
3. Power ON ProMix 01.
The faders are calibrated.
When the faders return to
their previous positions, calibration is complete.
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If ProMix 01 is not used for some time, is moved to a new location,
or the faders are obstructed in some way, fader movements may
become irregular. In this case the faders need calibrating. This calculates the torque required by each fader motor to drive its fader accurately and smoothly. Fader calibration takes about 30 seconds, and
the message “Calibrating Faders” is shown while it’s in progress.
Note: Do not touch or obstruct the faders while calibration is in progress.
If you do so accidentally, calibrate the faders again.
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Troubleshooting
Trouble
Remedy
Make sure that the ProMix 01 power cable is connected to an AC receptacle of the type
marked on the rear panel.
ProMix 01 cannot be powered ON.
Make sure that the POWER switch is in the ON position.
If installed, check the mains plug fuse.
The signal phase sounds odd.
Make sure that the PHASE LCD function is set correctly.
Make sure that your balanced cables are wired correctly.
The input signal sounds distorted but
the level looks OK on the METER LCD
function.
For signals at a relatively high level, applying a lot of EQ boost may cause signal distortion.
Since the METER LCD function meters signals before the EQ, the signal level will still look OK.
To remedy this, back off the GAIN control a little or reduce the amount of EQ boost.
Configured a stereo pair, but it sounds
like it’s in mono.
Make sure that the odd channel is panned hard-left and the even channel hard-right. When
setting up the stereo pair, use the ST RESET option to set the pans automatically.
Cannot control the channel-to-mix level
using the faders.
Probably because one of the SEND LCD functions is selected. Select another LCD function to
return the faders to their normal mode.
On the display it says that a fader group
is ON, yet it doesn’t seem to work.
This is because ON indicates that the Balance Adjust function in ON (i.e. the fader group is
disabled temporarily). Switch the Balance Adjust function OFF.
This is normal when no plugs are inserted into the ST IN phone jacks. The 2TR IN signal is
The signals connected to the 2TR IN infed to the stereo input channel. When plugs are inserted into the ST IN phone jack inputs,
puts appear on the stereo input channel.
however, this connection is broken.
Cannot select preset effects programs 1
through 30.
Probably because the STORE option is currently selected.
Cannot select preset EQ programs 1
through 30.
Probably because the STORE option is currently selected.
The stereo outputs are clipping even
though the CLIP LED is not lighting.
When unbalanced connectors are connected to the STEREO OUT XLRs, their maximum output level is reduced by 6dB. This means that the STEREO OUT signal actually clips when the
12dB LED lights up. This is 8dB before the CLIP LED.
Cannot patch a dynamics processor into
a channel.
Possibly because a dynamics processor is already patched into that channel.
Cannot monitor via CUE.
Make sure that the CUE/2TR IN switch is set to CUE, not 2TR IN.
Make sure that ProMix 01 is set to receive on the correct MIDI Channel and that Program
Cannot recall mix scenes using MIDI Pro- Change receive is set to ON. Go to the MIDI SETUP LCD function.
gram Changes.
Make sure that the Mix Scene to Program Change assignments are correct.
Cannot control mix settings using MIDI
Control Changes.
Make sure that the correct mode is selected (i.e. Register or Channel) and that Control
Change receive is set to ON. Go to the CONTROL CHANGE ASSIGN and MIDI SETUP LCD
functions.
Make sure that the Control Change to Parameter assignments are correct.
Fader operation seems odd.
Calibrate the faders.
Fader movement is not smooth.
Initially the faders may not move very smoothly. They will, however, get smoother as they
are used. This is because they have an ageing, or run-in period. This does not affect the internal data, so ProMix 01 sonic performance is not affected.
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Appendix
In this chapter...
LCD Function Map . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 96
Button Protector . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 97
Data Types . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 98
Error Messages . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 100
ProMix 01 Compatible Products . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 104
General Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 105
Input Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 106
Output Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 106
Digital OUT & MIDI Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . 107
Digital Out Channel Status . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 107
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Appendix
LCD Function Map
UTILITY menu
OSCILLATOR kP.90
SEND3, 4 CONFIGURATION kP.49
OUTPUT COMP PATCH POINT kP.74
MEMORY PROTECT kP.65
BATTERY CHECK kP.91
MIDI menu
MIDI SETUP kP.81
PROGRAM CHANGE ASSIGN kP.82
CONTROL CHANGE ASSIGN kP.83
BULK DUMP/REQUEST kP.85
LOCAL ON/OFF kP.86
MEMORY CONTROL CHANGE OUT kP.87
MEMORY kP.63
GROUP kP.56
PAIR kP.58
METER kP.21
PAN/∅
kP.28
COMP kP.72
CUE kP.51
SEND1 kP.34
SEND2 kP.34
SEND3 kP.48
SEND4 kP.48
SEND3-4 kP.49
EQ kP.23
LIBRARY kP.24
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Button Protector
If you find that your hand accidentally presses the ST OUT [ON] button when operating the PARAMETER wheel, affix the self-adhesive
Button Protector as shown below.
PARAMETER
ENTER
CLIP
15
12
9
6
3
0
–6
–12
–18
–24
–40
R
L
14
15
16
ST IN
RTN/
SEND
ST OUT
SEL
SEL
SEL
SEL
SEL
SEL
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
ON
6
6
6
6
6
6
0
0
0
0
0
0
5
5
5
5
5
5
10
10
10
10
10
10
20
20
20
20
20
20
40
60
00
40
60
00
40
60
00
40
60
00
40
60
00
40
60
00
14
15
16
ST IN
RTN/
SEND
Button protector
ST OUT
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Data Types
Mix Scene Data
Data
Source
Mix scene name
ON/OFF buttons
Details
Eight characters
CH1–16, ST IN, SEND3, SEND4,
RTN1, RTN2, ST OUT
ON/OFF
Phase settings
CH1–16, ST IN
Normal/reverse
EQ
CH1–16, ST IN, RTN1, RTN2, ST
OUT
ON/OFF, frequency,
gain, Q/shelf
Pan
CH1–16, ST IN, RTN1, RTN2. In
SEND3-4 stereo mode:
CH1–16-to-SEND3-4
33-position
Balance
ST OUT.
In SEND3-4 stereo mode: SEND3-4
output, ST IN-to-SEND3-4
33-position
Fader
CH1–16, ST IN, SEND3, SEND4,
RTN1, RTN2, ST OUT
128-position resolution
SEND faders
CH1–16 and ST IN to SEND1,
SEND2, SEND3, SEND4
128-position resolution
SEND Pre/Post
CH1–16, ST IN (all set together)
Pre/post
Channel pairs
CH1–16
ON/OFF
Group data
A, B, C, D
CH1–16, ST IN
Effect1, Effect2
Program numbers and
10 effects parameters
from Effect1 and Effect2 (20 in total)
COMP1, COMP2, COMP3
Patch point, ON/OFF,
KEYIN, program numbers, and 5 parameters
from each (15 in total)
Effects parameters
Dynamics
parameters
SEND3, 4 config
Stereo/mono
SEND3, SEND4
and STEREO
COMP PATCH
POINT
Post-fader/pre-fader
Edit Buffer Data
Same as Mix Scene data.
Control Data
This is the MIDI Control Change to ProMix 01 Parameter Assignment Table. See the Additions section at the end of this User’s Guide.
Program Data
This is the ProMix 01 Mix Scene to MIDI Program Change Assignment Table. See the Additions section at the end of this User’s Guide.
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Setup Memory Data
MIDI Data
Details
Tx channel
1–16
Rx channel
1–16
Control Change mode
Channel/register
Control Change Tx
ON/OFF
Control Change Rx
ON/OFF
Control Change OMNI
ON/OFF
Control Change ECHO
ON/OFF
Program Change Tx
ON/OFF
Program Change Rx
ON/OFF
Program Change OMNI
ON/OFF
Program Change ECHO
ON/OFF
Bulk Tx
ON/OFF
Bulk Rx
ON/OFF
Bulk OMNI
ON/OFF
MIDI Tx interval
0–1sec (100ms steps)
MIDI Local ON/OFF
ON/OFF
MIDI Local fader levels
CH1–16 fader positions
Memory Control Change Out parameters
Memory, ON/OFF, Pan, Level, Send, EQ, Effect, Comp, Others
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Error Messages
ERROR! System Error[1]
A fatal error has occurred. Initialize ProMix 01. See “ProMix 01 Initialization” on page 92.
ERROR! System Error[2]
A fatal error has occurred. Initialize ProMix 01. See “ProMix 01 Initialization” on page 92.
ERROR! System Error[3]
A fatal error has occurred. Initialize ProMix 01. See “ProMix 01 Initialization” on page 92.
ERROR! System Error[4]
A fatal error has occurred. Initialize ProMix 01. See “ProMix 01 Initialization” on page 92.
ERROR! System Error[5]
A fatal error has occurred. Initialize ProMix 01. See “ProMix 01 Initialization” on page 92.
ERROR! System Error[6]
A fatal error has occurred. Initialize ProMix 01. See “ProMix 01 Initialization” on page 92.
ERROR! System Error[7]
A fatal error has occurred. Initialize ProMix 01. See “ProMix 01 Initialization” on page 92.
MIDI Rx Buffer Full Error
A MIDI receive error has occurred. Reduce the transmission data.
SUB->MAIN CPU Receive Buffer Full Error
An error has occurred while receiving fader data from the CPU.
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MIDI Parity Error
A MIDI receive error has occurred. Check the transmission data and
connecting cable.
MIDI Framing Error
A MIDI receive error has occurred. Check the transmission data and
connecting cable.
MIDI Over Run Error
A MIDI receive error has occurred. Reduce the transmission data.
SUB->MAIN CPU Parity Error
An error has occurred while receiving fader data from the CPU.
SUB->MAIN CPU Framing Error
An error has occurred while receiving fader data from the CPU.
SUB->MAIN Over Run Error
An error has occurred while receiving fader data from the CPU.
MIDI Transmit Buffer Full Error
A MIDI receive error has occurred. Reduce the transmission data.
MAIN->SUB CPU Transmit Buffer Full Error
An error has occurred while receiving fader data from the CPU.
MAIN->SUB CPU Receive Buffer Full Error
An error has occurred while receiving fader data from the CPU.
SUB->MAIN CPU Transmit Buffer Full Error
An error has occurred while receiving fader data from the CPU.
MAIN->SUB PUT Parity Error
An error has occurred while receiving fader data from the CPU.
MAIN->SUB Framing Error
An error has occurred while receiving fader data from the CPU.
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MAIN->SUB Over Run Error
An error has occurred while receiving fader data from the CPU.
WARNING! No battery.
No battery is installed. Ask your Yamaha dealer to install one.
WARNING! Low battery.
Battery power is getting low. Ask your Yamaha dealer to install a new
battery.
Scene memory 00 is read only.
Mix scene 00 is read only. Select another mix scene.
Scene memories 01-25 are protected.
Scene memories 1 through 25 are protected. To store, first turn OFF
the protection on the MEMORY PROTECT LCD function.
Scene memories 26-50 are protected.
Scene memories 26 through 50 are protected. To store, first turn OFF
the protection on the MEMORY PROTECT LCD function.
CAUTION! COMP1 patch will be cancelled.
Due to a channel mode change, the COMP1 patch has been cancelled.
Re-patch COMP1 when the channel mode has been set.
CAUTION! COMP2 patch will be cancelled.
Due to a channel mode change, the COMP2 patch has been cancelled.
Re-patch COMP2 when the channel mode has been set.
CAUTION! COMP3 patch will be cancelled.
Due to a channel mode change, the COMP3 patch has been cancelled.
Re-patch COMP3 when the channel mode has been set.
Duplicate Grouping!
This channel is already assigned to a group. To make a new group, first
cancel that group.
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BULK Transmit(TX) OFF!
Set BULK TX to ON on the MIDI SETUP LCD function, then try
again.
Control Change Transmit(TX) OFF!
Set CONTROL TX to ON on the MIDI SETUP LCD function, then
try again.
Parameter not assigned.
A parameter not assigned to a Control Change was found when trying
to transmit mix scene data. Assign the parameter to a Control change,
then try again.
This COMP is still in use.
A COMP is patched into the selected channel. Cancel the COMP
patch, then try again.
BULK transmission will be cancelled.
Bulk Dump transmission has been cancelled.
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ProMix 01 Compatible Products
MFC1 MIDI Foot Controller
The MFC1 is a MIDI foot controller that can transmit MIDI Program
Change messages. This could be used with ProMix 01 for recalling
mix scenes. With the addition of an optional FC7 Foot Controller and
footswitch, the MFC1 can also transmit MIDI Control Change messages, which could be used for real-time ProMix 01 parameter
control.
QX3 MIDI Sequencer
The QX3 is a dedicated 16-track MIDI sequencer. As well as recording
MIDI data from musical instruments, it can be used to record
ProMix 01 Program Change and Control Change messages for automated mixdowns.
MDF2 MIDI Data Filer
The MDF2 MIDI Data Filer provides convenient MIDI data storage
for ProMix 01. Data can be bulk dumped from the ProMix 01 to the
MDF2 for storage, and recalled at anytime. The MDF2 also provides
real-time MIDI recording and playback.
MIDI Boxes (YME8, YMM2, YMC10)
The YME8 is a 1-in, 8-out MIDI expander box. It can also be used as
a 2-in, 4-out expander. This type of MIDI distribution box minimizes
MIDI delays, which can occur when MIDI devices’ MIDI THRU connections are used. The YMM2 is a 2-in MIDI merge box. It can, for
example, be used to merge the MIDI data from two MIDI controllers
for connection to a MIDI sequencer with only one MIDI input. The
YMC10 is an FSK to MIDI converter box. It provides an FSK type
code for tape striping. During playback it converts that code into
MIDI clock pulses for a MIDI sequencer or drum machine to sync to.
DMC1000
The DMC1000 is an 8-input, 8-bus, 8-monitor digital mixing console, with 28-bit internal processing and full automation. The
ProMix 01 can be used as a sub mixer to expand the number of
DMC1000 channels. ProMix 01 can be connected directly to one of
the DMC1000’s CD/DAT format digital inputs.
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General Specifications
20 Hz–20 kHz +1, –3 dB (@ +4 dB into 600 Ω)
Less than 0.1% (20 Hz–20 kHz @ +14 dB into 600 Ω)
105dB typ. (ST IN to ST OUT AD/DA converters)
–128dB Equivalent Input Noise
Hum & Noise (20Hz–20kHz)*
–88dB residual stereo output noise (ST OUT = OFF)
Rs = 150 ohms. Input gain max.
Input pad = 0dB. Input sensitivity = –60dB. –88dB (92dB S/N) stereo output (ST OUT fader nominal, CH faders min.)
–64dB (68dB S/N) (ST OUT fader nominal, 1 channel fader at nominal)
76dB input channel to stereo output
76dB input channel to sends 3 & 4 (pre-fader)
Maximum Voltage Gain
12dB stereo input to stereo output
76dB input channel to monitor output (via ST bus)
–70dB adjacent input channels
Crosstalk (@1kHz)
–70dB input to output
Sampling Frequency
48 kHz
A/D Converter
20-bit linear 64-times oversampling
Stereo Out
20-bit linear 8-times oversampling
D/A Converter
Monitor out, SEND3, 4
18-bit linear 8-times oversampling
Internal
24-bit linear
Processing
EQ
36-bit linear
Signal Delay
Less than 3.5ms (input channel to stereo output)
GAIN control
44dB (–60...–16dB) continuously variable
PAD
0/20dB attenuation
PAN
33-position
Low
F= 32 Hz–1 kHz; G= ±15 dB; Q=1/6, 1/4, 1/3, 1/2, 3/4, 1, 3/2, 2, 3 oct, shelving
Parametric EQ
Mid
F= 32 Hz–18 kHz; G= ±15 dB; Q=1/6, 1/4, 1/3, 1/2, 3/4, 1, 3/2, 2, 3 oct
High
F= 1 kHz–18 kHz; G= ±15 dB; Q=1/6, 1/4, 1/3, 1/2, 3/4, 1, 3/2, 2, 3 oct, shelving
Effects Types
Reverb, delay, chorus, symphonic, flange, pitch change, phasing, tremolo, auto pan
Compressor Types
Compressor, Gate, Ducking
Type
60 mm motorized
Faders
Resolution
+6dB...–66dB, –∞dB (128 position)
Scenes
50
Internal Effects
30 preset, 10 user
Memories
EQ Presets
30 preset, 20 user
COMP
10 preset, 10 user
LCD display
240 x 64 dot backlit graphic LCD display
Meters
2 × 12-segment LED bars
US & Canada model
120V AC, 60Hz
Power requireGeneral model
230V AC, 50Hz
ments
British model
240V AC, 50Hz
Power Consumption
70 W
Weight
12.5 kg (27.6 lb)
Dimensions (W × H × D)
435 × 124.7 × 487.4 mm (17.1" × 5" × 19.2")
Free-air operating temperature range
10˚C–35˚C (50˚F–95˚F)
Supplied Accessories
Button protector
Rack-Mount kit (RK01)
Wooden side panels (W01SP)
Optional Extras
Carrying case
Color fader knob set (FK8R, G, B, W, Y)
* Hum & noise measured with a 6dB/octave 12.7kHz LPF, equivalent to a 20kHz filter with infinite dB/octave attenuation.
Frequency Response
THD
Dynamic Range
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Input Specifications
Input connection
PAD *4
GAIN
0
–60
CH INPUT
CH1–CH8
Actual load
impedance
3k Ω
0
–16
For use with
nominal
50–600 Ω
mics &
600 Ω lines
20
0
CH INPUT
CH9–CH16
–60
10k Ω
0
–16
50–600 Ω
mics &
600 Ω lines
20
Input level
Sensitivity
*1
Nominal
Max.
before clip
–72dB
(194µV)
–60dB
(775µV)
–40dB
(7.75mV)
–28dB
(30.9mV)
–16dB
(123mV)
+4dB
(1.23V)
–8dB
(309mV)
+4dB
(1.23V)
+24dB
(12.3V)
–72dB
(194µV)
–60dB
(775µV)
–40dB
(7.75mV)
–28dB
(30.9mV)
–16dB
(123mV)
+4dB
(1.23V)
–8dB
(309mV)
+4dB
(1.23V)
+24dB
(12.3V)
Mixer connector
XLR-3-31 type *2
Phone jack (TRS)
*3
STEREO IN [L, R]
—
—
10k Ω
600 Ω lines
–8dB
(309mV)
+4dB
(1.23V)
+24dB
(12.3V)
Phone jack *4
2TR IN [L, R]
—
—
10k Ω
600 Ω lines
–10dB
(245mV)
–10dB
(245mV)
+6dB
(1.55V)
RCA/phono *5
*1. Sensitivity is the lowest input level that will produce an output of +4dB (1.23V),
the nominal output level when ProMix 01 is set to maximum gain (all level controls
and faders set to maximum).
*2. XLR-type connectors are balanced (1=GND, 2=HOT, 3=COLD).
*3. MIC INPUT phone jacks are balanced (Tip=HOT, Ring=COLD, Sleeve=GND).
*4. STEREO IN phone jacks are unbalanced.
*5. 2TR IN RCA/phono jacks are unbalanced.
*6. In these specifications, dB represents specific voltages. 0dB is referenced to 0.775
volts RMS.
Output Specifications
Actual source
impedance
For use with
nominal
ST OUT (L, R)
150 Ω
REC OUT (L, R)
600 Ω
MONITOR OUT (L, R)
AUX SEND (3, 4)
PHONES
100 Ω
Output connection
Output level
Mixer connector
Nominal
Max. before clip
600 Ω lines
+4dB (1.23V)
+24dB (12.3V)
XLR-3-32 type *1
10k Ω lines
–10dB (245mV)
+10dB (2.45V)
RCA/phono *2
600 Ω
10k Ω lines
+4dB (1.23V)
+20dB (7.75V)
Phone jack *2
600 Ω
10k Ω lines
+4dB (1.23V)
+20dB (7.75V)
Phone jack *2
8 Ω phones
1 mW
25 mW
40 Ω phones
3 mW
110 mW
Stereo phone jack *2
*1. Balanced connection (1=GND, 2=HOT, 3=COLD).
*2. Unbalanced connection.
* In these specifications, dB represents specific voltages. 0dB is referenced to 0.775
volts RMS.
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Digital OUT & MIDI Specifications
Output connection
Format
Level
Mixer connector
S/PDIF
0.5Vpk-pk/75 Ω
RCA/phono
MIDI IN
MIDI
—
5-pin DIN
MIDI OUT
MIDI
—
5-pin DIN
DIGITAL OUT (COAXIAL)
Digital Out Channel Status
Format
Consumer
Category
AD converter
Copy Prohibit
No
Emphasis
No
Type
2 Channel audio signal
Clock Accuracy
Level 2 (300 ppm)
All specifications subject to change without notice.
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Glossary
A/D converter — An electronic device that converts analog signals
into digital signals.
Aliasing — A type of signal distortion that occurs during A/D conversion if the sampling frequency is less than twice that of the highest
audio frequency. A/D converters employ aliasing filters to filter out
audio frequencies higher than half the sampling frequency. See also
Nyquist Sampling Theorem.
BGM (Background Music) — Music played in the background as
a backdrop to a main event. Can be used as an accompaniment, or to
create a mood.
Bulk Dump — A ProMix 01 MIDI function that allows data transfer
between ProMix 01s. Data is transmitted as MIDI System Exclusive.
Bus — In an audio mixer, a common conductor used to collect and
distribute signals. The ProMix 01 has the following buses: SEND1,
SEND2, SEND3, SEND4, ST, and CUE.
IEC958 (Consumer) — A digital interface format that is used to
transfer digital audio data between consumer type digital audio
equipment such as CD players, consumer DAT recorders, DCC, and
Mini Disc recorders. Two channels of digital audio (left & right) are
carried in one connection, usually a phono/RCA jack type connection. This format is often called S/PDIF (Sony/Phillips Digital Interface Format). ProMix 01 DIGITAL REC OUT uses this format.
Channel mode — The mode in which each bank of MIDI Control
Change messages used to control ProMix 01 parameters are transmitted on individual MIDI channels.
Confidence monitoring — Monitoring directly from a recording
medium to make sure that program material is being recorded correctly. On an analog tape recorder, signals are picked up by the playback head immediately after being recorded to tape by the record
head. This allows for confidence monitoring. It is not possible on a
tape recorder with combined record and play heads. A DAT must have
4 heads (inside one drum) for confidence monitoring.
Control Change — A type of MIDI message that offers real-time
control. Typical Control Changes include Modulation, Volume, Pan,
and Portamento. All ProMix 01 mix parameters can be controlled
using MIDI Control Change messages
D/A converter — An electronic device that converts digital signals
into analog signals.
DSP (Digital Signal Processor) — A chip designed specifically for
processing large amounts of data at high speed in real time. This type
of processor is ideal for handling digital audio data.
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Dynamic mix automation — Mixdown automation where mix
settings are adjusted in real time.
Dynamic range — The difference between the loudest and quietest
signal levels in a system. In an audio device, usually the difference
between the maximum output level and the residual noise floor. In a
digital system, the available dynamic range is determined by the data
resolution, about 6dB per digital bit. Hence, a 16-bit system theoretically provides a 96dB dynamic range.
Edit Buffer — The internal RAM area that stores the current
ProMix 01 mix settings (i.e. the current mix scene). When a mix scene
is stored, the Edit Buffer data is copied to the selected scene memory.
When a mix scene is recalled, the data of the selected scene memory
is copied back to the Edit Buffer.
LCD function — A ProMix 01 function that does not have dedicated
hardware controls. LCD function parameters are selected on the LCD
display and set using the PARAMETER wheel.
LED (Light Emitting Diode) — An electronic component that
lights up when an electric current is applied. ProMix 01 [SEL] and
[ON] buttons and stereo output meters use LEDs.
MIDI — An acronym for Musical Instrument Digital Interface. An
internationally agreed standard that allows electronic musical instruments to communicate with each other.
Mix scene — A set of mixer settings at a particular point in a song.
Just like a play, a piece of music consists of various scenes, each requiring different mixer settings. Mix scenes are stored in scene memories,
and can be recalled using front panel buttons or MIDI Program
Changes. These messages can be sent from a computer, MIDI footswitch, keyboard, or sequencer. See also Scene Memory.
Modulation — in general audio, using an LFO (low frequency oscillator) to control a signal’s frequency (pitch) or amplitude (level). The
LFO frequency is set using modulation frequency parameters and the
amount of LFO control is set using modulation depth parameters.
Delay time and auto-pan speed parameters are also modulated.
Nyquist Sampling Theorem — This theorem states that the sampling frequency of a digital audio system must be at least twice that
of the highest audio frequency, otherwise waveform distortion called
aliasing will occur. See also Aliasing.
Oversampling — Sampling an audio signal at a rate higher than the
normal sampling frequency. The net effect is that noise from quantization errors is reduced.
PAM — An abbreviation for Pulse Amplitude Modulation. In the
first part of the A/D conversion, pulses occurring at the sampling frequency are modulated by an analog audio signal. See also PCM.
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Peaking — A type of EQ circuit used to cut and boost a band of frequencies. It produces a mountain-peak type response curve. The
width of the frequency band is controlled by the Q parameter. Midband EQ is usually of the peaking type. Compare with Shelving.
PCM — An abbreviation for Pulse Code Modulation. In the second
part of the A/D conversion, the pulses derived using PAM are converted into binary data words using PCM. See also PAM.
Q — The unit used to measure an EQ circuit’s selectivity. For high
values the frequency band is narrow. For low values, it is wide.
ProMix 01 Q is stated in musically intuitive octaves.
Quantization — The PCM process where PAM pulses are approximated to the nearest binary value available. In the ProMix 01 20-bit
system, pulses can be approximated to any one of 1,048,576 binary
values. That’s four times more than a 16-bit CD system. These
approximations can result in quantization errors (i.e. noise). However, this is reduced by oversampling, as featured on ProMix 01.
Pink noise — A type of random noise that contains an equal amount
of energy per octave. The bands 100–200, 800–1600, and 3000–6000
all contain the same amount of energy. White noise, on the other
hand, has an equal amount of energy per frequency band. That is,
100–200, 800–900, and 3000–3100.
Program Change — A type of MIDI message that is used to recall
programs and patches. On the ProMix 01 they recall mix scenes.
RAM (Random Access Read & Write Memory) — A type of
memory chip that stores data that can be edited, but requires a continuous electrical charge. ProMix 01 mix settings and mix scenes are
stored in RAM. An internal backup battery provides the continuous
charge. Contrast with ROM.
Register mode — The mode in which all MIDI Control Change
messages used to control ProMix 01 parameters are transmitted on
the same MIDI channel and MIDI Control Change 98 (Non Registered Parameter LSB) is used to identify banks.
ROM (Read Only Memory) — A type of memory chip that stores
data that cannot be edited, but does not require a continuous electrical charge. The ProMix 01 operating system is stored in ROM. Contrast with RAM.
Sampling frequency — The number of times per second that an
analog audio signal is sampled (measured) during A/D conversion.
The value of each sample is stored as a data word. Once in the digital
domain, the data usually remains at the same sampling frequency
until final D/A conversion.
Scene memory — A ProMix 01 memory location used to store a
mix scene. See also Mix scene.
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Shelving — A type of EQ circuit used to cut and boost frequencies
above or below a set frequency. It produces a shelf-looking response
curve. High and low EQs are usually of the shelving type. ProMix 01
high and lows, however, can also be configured as peaking types.
Compare with Peaking.
Snapshot — See Mix scene.
S/N (Signal to Noise ratio) — In an audio system, the difference
between the nominal signal level and the residual noise floor, usually
expressed as a ratio in decibels.
System Exclusive — A type of MIDI message that is used to transmit data between MIDI devices exclusively. The ProMix 01 uses System Exclusive messages to transmit mix scene and setup data between
ProMix 01s. See also Bulk Dump.
Further Reading
If you want to know more about ProMix 01 related subjects, here are
a few suggested books.
• Practical Recording Techniques, Bruce and Jenny Bartlett, Sams,
1992. A step-by-step guide to modern recording techniques.
• Introducing Digital Audio, Ian R Sinclair, second edition, PC Publishing, 1992. A good all-around introduction to digital audio for
experienced analog users. Second edition explains oversampling
and bitstream techniques.
• Principles of Digital Audio, Ken C. Pohlmann, Howard W.Sams &
Co, 1989. Covering all aspects of digital audio, this book is ideal
for the newcomer who wants to know the basics — plus a bit more.
• The Art of digital Audio, John Watkinson, Focal Press (Butterworth
Group), 1990. An essential read for digital audio professionals —
but only for the serious!
• The MIDI Ins, Outs & Thrus, Jeff Rona, Hal Leonard Publishing,
1992. An excellent introduction to MIDI with many illustrations
for easy understanding.
• MIDI Systems & Control, Francis Rumsey, second edition, Focal
Press, 1994. Covers all MIDI topics in detail and looks at how
MIDI can be used to control systems (i.e. digital mixers, synths).
• Yamaha Sound Reinforcement Handbook, Gary Davis and Ralph
Jones, second edition, Hal Leonard Publishing Corporation, 1990.
Although primarily concerned with sound reinforcement, many
of the subjects covered also apply to ProMix 01 applications. The
second edition also includes a comprehensive section on MIDI.
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Index
A/D converter 109
About
auxiliaries 30
CUE 50
dynamics processors 68
effects 30
user interface 12
Aliasing 109
Analog mixer analogy 9
Attack
compressor 69
ducker 71
gate 70
AUTO PAN 44
Auxiliaries
about 30
and ST IN 31
CHORUS->REVERB 39
CLIP, metering 19
Coaxial, see Digital out
COMP FAST 78
COMP HEAVY1 78
COMP HEAVY2 78
COMP SLOW 78
COMP, LCD function 72
COMP, see Dynamics processors
Compatible Yamaha products 104
Compressor 68
Confidence monitoring 109
Contrast control, LCD 4
Control Change
assigning 83
Channel mode 83
memory Control Change out 87
on/off 81
Register mode 83
CONTROL CHANGE ASSIGN, LCD
function 83
CUE
about 50
channel info 52
CUE/2TR IN switch 51
groups 50
mode setting 51
modes 50
signal sources 51
CUE, LCD function 51
Cursor buttons 13
B
D
Backlit LCD 12
Balance 26
BATTERY CHECK, LCD function 91
Battery, checking 91
BGM 109
BGM DUCKING 78
Block diagram 8
groups 57
pairs 59
ProMix 01 8
SEND3-4 48
BROAD CHORUS 43
Bulk Dump
interval time 85
on/off 81
BULK DUMP/REQUEST, LCD function 85
Bus 109
Button protector 97
D/A converter 109
Data types 98
Decay
ducker 71
gate 70
DELAY L-C-R 40
DELAY->CHORUS 41
Digital out
channel status 107
meter level 19
spec 107
DSP 109
Ducking 71
DUCKING, preset 78
Dynamic automation 110
Dynamic range 110
Dynamics processors
about 68
compressor 68
ducking 71
editing 76
gate 70
limiter 69
meters 73
patching 72
pre/post fader 74
Numerics
2TR IN
connection 5
operation 51
48V phantom power 18
A
C
Calibration, faders 92
Channel mode 83
CHORUS 43
CHORUS->DLY LCR 41
preset program parameters 78
preset programs 68
recalling programs 75
storing 77
with mix scenes 75
E
ECHO on/off 81
Edit buffer 62
data 98
scene memories 62
EDIT indicator 62
Editing
dynamics processors 76
effects programs 35
Effects
about 30
applying 31
editing 35
pre/post fader sends 32
preset program parameters 37
recalling 34
returning the signal 33
sending a channel signal 32
storing 36
with mix scenes 34
ENTER button 13
EQ 21
LCD function 21
library 22
preset programs 23
Error messages 100
F
Faders
calibration 92
grouping 56
using 25
FLANGE 43
FLANGE->REVERB 40
Function buttons 3
FUNCTION, LCD area 12
FUNNY PITCH 42
Further reading 112
G
Gain 18
Gate 70
GATE FAST 78
GATE SLOW 78
GR, gain reduction 73
GROUP, LCD function 56
Groups
block diagram 57
CUE 50
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using 56
H
High EQ 21
Hold
ducker 71
gate 70
I
IEC268, wiring standard 6
IEC958, digital format 109
IN, dynamics processors 73
Initialization 92
Input channel, CUE info 52
Interval time, Bulk Dump 85
K
KARAOKE ECHO 1 41
KARAOKE ECHO 2 41
KEYIN, dynamics processors 73
L
Last CUE, CUE mode 50
LCD
contrast 4
display 12
LCD functions
BATTERY CHECK 91
BULK DUMP/REQUEST 85
COMP 72
complete list 15
CONTROL CHANGE ASSIGN 83
CUE 51
EQ 21
GROUP 56
LIBRARY 22
LOCAL ON/OFF 86
map 96
MEMORY 63
MEMORY CONTROL CHANGE OUT
87
MEMORY PROTECT 65
METER 19
MIDI SETUP 81
OSCILLATOR 90
OUTPUT COMP PATCH POINT 74
PAIR 58
PAN 26
PROGRAM CHANGE ASSIGN 82
SEND1, 2 32
SEND3, 4 45
SEND3, 4 CONFIGURATION 46
LED 110
Library, EQ 22
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Limiter 69
Local on/off 86
LOCAL ON/OFF, LCD function 86
Low EQ 21
M
Map, LCD functions 96
MEM 82
MEMORY CONTROL CHANGE OUT,
LCD function 87
MEMORY PROTECT, LCD function 65
MEMORY, LCD area 12
MEMORY, LCD function 63
METER, LCD function 19
Metering
dynamics processors 73
inputs and outputs 19
peak hold 19
Mid EQ 21
MIDI
and ProMix 01 80
Bulk Dump 85
Bulk Dump request 85
connections 7
Control Change 83
Control Change out 87
local on/off 86
MIDI menu 80
Program Change 82
receive channel 81
receive indicator 80
setup 81
transmit channel 81
MIDI SETUP, LCD function 81
Mix scenes
data 98
dynamics processors 75
edit buffer 62
EDIT indicator 62
effects 34
Program Change assign 82
recalling 64
scene 00 62
storing 63
Mix, CUE mode 50
Modulation 110
MONITOR OUT
connection 6
using 50
MONO x 2, channel pairs 58
MONODLY->CHORUS 40
N
Noise gate 70
Non-registered parameter LSB 84
Normal, phase 20
Nyquist theorem 110
O
Octave, Q values 21
OMNI on/off 81
ON buttons 25
Oscillator 90
OSCILLATOR, LCD function 90
Out gain
compressor 69
OUTPUT COMP PATCH POINT, LCD
function 74
Oversampling 110
P
Pad 18
PAIR, LCD function 58
Pairs
block diagram 59
using 58
PAM 110
Pan 26
stereo pairs 27
PAN, LCD function 26
PARAMETER wheel 13
Patch points, pre/post fader 74
PATCH, dynamics processors 72
Patching dynamics processors 72
PCM 111
Peak hold 19
Peaking
setting 21
what is it? 111
PGM 82
Phantom master switch 5
Phantom power 18
Phase 20
PHASING 44
PHONES
connection 6
using 50
Pink noise
oscillator 90
what is it? 111
Post
dynamics patch points 74
SEND1, 2 32
SEND3, 4 45
POWER switch 6
Pre
dynamics patch points 74
SEND1, 2 32
SEND3, 4 45
Preset effects programs 30
Presets
dynamics program parameters 78
dynamics programs 68
115
effects program parameters 37
effects programs 30
EQ programs 23
Program Change
assigning 82
on/off 81
PROGRAM CHANGE ASSIGN, LCD
function 82
ProMix 01
block diagram 8
initialization 92
rear panel 5
top panel 2
Protecting scene memories 65
Q
Q
setting 21
what is it? 111
Quantization 111
R
RADIO COMP 78
RAM 111
Range
ducker 71
gate 70
Ratio, compressor 69
Rear panel 5
REC OUT
analog 7
digital 7
Recalling
dynamics processors 75
effects programs 34
mix scenes 64
Receive channel, MIDI 81
Receive indicator, MIDI 80
Register mode 83
Release, compressor 69
REV AMBIENCE 1 38
REV AMBIENCE 2 38
REV LIVE ROOM 1 39
REV LIVE ROOM 2 39
REVERB HALL 1 37
REVERB HALL 2 37
REVERB PLATE 38
REVERB ROOM 1 37
REVERB ROOM 2 37
REVERB STAGE 38
REVERB VOCAL 39
Reverse, phase 20
ROM 111
RTN/SEND
fader select 14
RTN1, 2
CUE info 54
dual pan 26
returning effects signals 33
S
S/N ratio 112
S/PDIF, see Digital out
Sampling frequency 111
Scene memories
mix scene 00 62
protecting 65
what are they? 62
what do they store? 62
SCENE MEMORY buttons 3
SEL buttons 14
SEL CH, LCD area 12
SEND1, 2
LCD function 32
pre/post fader 32
SEND3, 4
connections 6
CUE info 53
LCD function 45
pre/post fade 45
using 45
SEND3, 4 CONFIGURATION, LCD
function 46
SEND3-4
block diagram 48
channel pan 47
CUE info 53
output balance 47
ST IN balance 47
stereo pair 46
Setup memory data 99
Shelving
setting 21
what is it? 112
Snapshot 112
Specifications
digital out & MIDI 107
general 105
input 106
output 106
ST FIX, CUE mode 50
ST IN
and sends 31
connection 5
CUE info 53
dual pan 26
ST OUT
balance 26
CUE info 54
meters 19
ST RESET, channel pairs 58
ST.PITCH CHANGE 42
Stereo pair
configuring 58
CUE info 52
pan 27
Stereo width 27
Storing
dynamics processors 77
effects programs 36
mix scenes 63
SUPER FLANGE 43
SYMPHONIC 43
System Exclusive 112
T
Threshold
compressor 69
ducker 71
gate 70
Top panel 2
TOTAL COMP 78
Touring ProMix 01 1
Transmit channel, MIDI 81
TREMOLO 44
Troubleshooting 93
U
User interface 12
V
VOCAL DOUBLER 42
W
Wiring details
phone jack INPUT 6
XLR INPUT 6
XLR STEREO OUT 7
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-160
-150
-140
-130
-120
-110
-100
-90
-80
-70
-60
-50
-40
-30
-20
-10
+4
0
-210
-200
-190
-180
-170
-160
-150
-140
-130
-120
-110
-100
-90
-80
-70
-60
-50
-40
-30
-20
-10
0
+10
dB
dB
+24
+20
Analog
36
35
34
33
32
31
30
29
28
27
26
25
24
23
22
21
20
19
18
17
16
15
14
13
12
11
10
9
8
7
6
5
4
3
2
1
0
Bit
Digital
Gain max
Gain min
Gain
Analog
Pad
AD
DC Cut
Digital
Meter
RTN1, 2
Phase
EQ
Patch
ON/OFF
Level
Pan
CLIP
ST Bus
Patch
EQ
Master
Level
Master
Master
Balance ON/OFF Patch
DA
DEQ Noise Floor
DSP Noise Floor
SEND3, 4
Meter
Digital
Analog
Stereo out
SEND3, 4
Monitor out
Add-1
Additions
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ProMix 01 Dimensions
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64.4
430
W: 435
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D: 487.4
8
395
110.1
27.8
H: 124.7
Add-3
Optional Rack-Mount Ears
Optional Wooden Side Panels
Use only the screws supplied
Utilisez uniquement les vis fournies.
Verwenden Sie ausschließlich die beiliegenden Schrauben.
Use solamente los tornillos proporcionados.
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Mix Scene to Program Change Assignment Table
Program
Change #
Initial Mix
Scene #
1
Program
Change #
Initial Mix
Scene #
Program
Change #
Initial Mix
Scene #
1
44
44
87
—
2
2
3
3
45
45
88
—
46
46
89
4
—
4
47
47
90
—
5
5
48
48
91
—
6
6
49
49
92
—
7
7
50
50
93
—
8
8
51
—
94
—
9
9
52
—
95
—
10
10
53
—
96
—
11
11
54
—
97
—
12
12
55
—
98
—
13
13
56
—
99
—
14
14
57
—
100
—
15
15
58
—
101
—
16
16
59
—
102
—
17
17
60
—
103
—
18
18
61
—
104
—
19
19
62
—
105
—
20
20
63
—
106
—
21
21
64
—
107
—
22
22
65
—
108
—
23
23
66
—
109
—
24
24
67
—
110
—
25
25
68
—
111
—
26
26
69
—
112
—
27
27
70
—
113
—
28
28
71
—
114
—
29
29
72
—
115
—
30
30
73
—
116
—
31
31
74
—
117
—
32
32
75
—
118
—
33
33
76
—
119
—
34
34
77
—
120
—
35
35
78
—
121
—
36
36
79
—
122
—
37
37
80
—
123
—
38
38
81
—
124
—
39
39
82
—
125
—
40
40
83
—
126
—
41
41
84
—
127
—
42
42
85
—
128
0
43
43
86
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Scene #
User Mix
Scene #
User Mix
Scene #
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Control Change to Parameter Assignment Table
Param #
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
Initial Setup
Control
Bank
Change #
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
0
ProMix 01 Parameter
Channel Input 1 Level
Channel Input 2 Level
Channel Input 3 Level
Channel Input 4 Level
Channel Input 5 Level
Channel Input 6 Level
Channel Input 7 Level
Channel Input 8 Level
Channel Input 9 Level
Channel Input 10 Level
Channel Input 11 Level
Channel Input 12 Level
Channel Input 13 Level
Channel Input 14 Level
Channel Input 15 Level
Channel Input 16 Level
Stereo Input Level
Effect Return 1 Level
Effect Return 2 Level
Send 3 Level
Send 4 Level
Stereo Output Level
Channel Input 1 On/Off
Channel Input 2 On/Off
Channel Input 3 On/Off
Channel Input 4 On/Off
Channel Input 5 On/Off
Channel Input 6 On/Off
Channel Input 7 On/Off
Channel Input 8 On/Off
Channel Input 9 On/Off
Channel Input 10 On/Off
Channel Input 11 On/Off
Channel Input 12 On/Off
Channel Input 13 On/Off
Channel Input 14 On/Off
Channel Input 15 On/Off
Channel Input 16 On/Off
Stereo Input On/Off
Effect Return 1 On/Off
Effect Return 2 On/Off
Send 3 On/Off
Send 4 On/Off
Stereo Output On/Off
Channel Input 1 Panpot
Channel Input 2 Panpot
Channel Input 3 Panpot
Data
Value
User Setup
Control
Bank
Change #
128
2
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Param #
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
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
Initial Setup
Control
Bank
Change #
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
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
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ProMix 01 Parameter
Channel Input 4 Panpot
Channel Input 5 Panpot
Channel Input 6 Panpot
Channel Input 7 Panpot
Channel Input 8 Panpot
Channel Input 9 Panpot
Channel Input 10 Panpot
Channel Input 11 Panpot
Channel Input 12 Panpot
Channel Input 13 Panpot
Channel Input 14 Panpot
Channel Input 15 Panpot
Channel Input 16 Panpot
Stereo Input Lch Panpot
Stereo Input Rch Panpot
Effect Return 1 Lch Panpot
Effect Return 1 Rch Panpot
Effect Return 2 Lch Panpot
Effect Return 2 Rch Panpot
Send 3/4 Balance(Send 3/4 Configuration=Stereo)
Stereo Output Balance
Channel Input 1 to Effect Send 1 Level
Channel Input 2 to Effect Send 1 Level
Channel Input 3 to Effect Send 1 Level
Channel Input 4 to Effect Send 1 Level
Channel Input 5 to Effect Send 1 Level
Channel Input 6 to Effect Send 1 Level
Channel Input 7 to Effect Send 1 Level
Channel Input 8 to Effect Send 1 Level
Channel Input 9 to Effect Send 1 Level
Channel Input 10 to Effect Send 1 Level
Channel Input 11 to Effect Send 1 Level
Channel Input 12 to Effect Send 1 Level
Channel Input 13 to Effect Send 1 Level
Channel Input 14 to Effect Send 1 Level
Channel Input 15 to Effect Send 1 Level
Channel Input 16 to Effect Send 1 Level
Stereo Input to Effect Send 1 Level
Channel Input 1 to Effect Send 2 Level
Channel Input 2 to Effect Send 2 Level
Channel Input 3 to Effect Send 2 Level
Channel Input 4 to Effect Send 2 Level
Channel Input 5 to Effect Send 2 Level
Channel Input 6 to Effect Send 2 Level
Channel Input 7 to Effect Send 2 Level
Channel Input 8 to Effect Send 2 Level
Channel Input 9 to Effect Send 2 Level
Channel Input 10 to Effect Send 2 Level
Channel Input 11 to Effect Send 2 Level
Data
Value
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User Setup
Control
Bank
Change #
Add-7
Param #
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
128
129
130
131
132
133
134
135
136
137
138
139
140
141
142
143
Initial Setup
Control
Bank
Change #
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
1
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
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ProMix 01 Parameter
Channel Input 12 to Effect Send 2 Level
Channel Input 13 to Effect Send 2 Level
Channel Input 14 to Effect Send 2 Level
Channel Input 15 to Effect Send 2 Level
Channel Input 16 to Effect Send 2 Level
Stereo Input to Effect Send 2 Level
Channel Input 1 to Send 3 Level
Channel Input 2 to Send 3 Level
Channel Input 3 to Send 3 Level
Channel Input 4 to Send 3 Level
Channel Input 5 to Send 3 Level
Channel Input 6 to Send 3 Level
Channel Input 7 to Send 3 Level
Channel Input 8 to Send 3 Level
Channel Input 9 to Send 3 Level
Channel Input 10 to Send 3 Level
Channel Input 11 to Send 3 Level
Channel Input 12 to Send 3 Level
Channel Input 13 to Send 3 Level
Channel Input 14 to Send 3 Level
Channel Input 15 to Send 3 Level
Channel Input 16 to Send 3 Level
Stereo Input to Send 3 Level
Channel Input 1 to Send 4 Level
Channel Input 2 to Send 4 Level
Channel Input 3 to Send 4 Level
Channel Input 4 to Send 4 Level
Channel Input 5 to Send 4 Level
Channel Input 6 to Send 4 Level
Channel Input 7 to Send 4 Level
Channel Input 8 to Send 4 Level
Channel Input 9 to Send 4 Level
Channel Input 10 to Send 4 Level
Channel Input 11 to Send 4 Level
Channel Input 12 to Send 4 Level
Channel Input 13 to Send 4 Level
Channel Input 14 to Send 4 Level
Channel Input 15 to Send 4 Level
Channel Input 16 to Send 4 Level
Stereo Input to Send 4 Level
Effect Send 1 Pre/Post
Effect Send 2 Pre/Post
Send 3 Pre/Post
Send 4 Pre/Post
Channel Input 1 to Send3/4 Panpot(Configuration=Stereo)
Channel Input 2 to Send3/4 Panpot(Configuration=Stereo)
Channel Input 3 to Send3/4 Panpot(Configuration=Stereo)
Channel Input 4 to Send3/4 Panpot(Configuration=Stereo)
Data
Value
User Setup
Control
Bank
Change #
128
2
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Param #
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
Initial Setup
Control
Bank
Change #
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
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85
86
87
88
89
90
91
92
93
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ProMix 01 Parameter
Channel Input 5 to Send3/4 Panpot(Configuration=Stereo)
Channel Input 6 to Send3/4 Panpot(Configuration=Stereo)
Channel Input 7 to Send3/4 Panpot(Configuration=Stereo)
Channel Input 8 to Send3/4 Panpot(Configuration=Stereo)
Channel Input 9 to Send3/4 Panpot(Configuration=Stereo)
Channel Input 10 to Send3/4 Panpot(Configuration=Stereo)
Channel Input 11 to Send3/4 Panpot(Configuration=Stereo)
Channel Input 12 to Send3/4 Panpot(Configuration=Stereo)
Channel Input 13 to Send3/4 Panpot(Configuration=Stereo)
Channel Input 14 to Send3/4 Panpot(Configuration=Stereo)
Channel Input 15 to Send3/4 Panpot(Configuration=Stereo)
Channel Input 16 to Send3/4 Panpot(Configuration=Stereo)
Stereo Input to Send3/4 Balance(Configuration=Stereo)
Channel Input 1 to Cue On/Off
Channel Input 2 to Cue On/Off
Channel Input 3 to Cue On/Off
Channel Input 4 to Cue On/Off
Channel Input 5 to Cue On/Off
Channel Input 6 to Cue On/Off
Channel Input 7 to Cue On/Off
Channel Input 8 to Cue On/Off
Channel Input 9 to Cue On/Off
Channel Input 10 to Cue On/Off
Channel Input 11 to Cue On/Off
Channel Input 12 to Cue On/Off
Channel Input 13 to Cue On/Off
Channel Input 14 to Cue On/Off
Channel Input 15 to Cue On/Off
Channel Input 16 to Cue On/Off
Stereo Input to Cue On/Off
Effect Return 1 to Cue On/Off
Effect Return 2 to Cue On/Off
Send 3 to Cue On/Off
Send 4 to Cue On/Off
Stereo Output to Cue On/Off
Channel Input 1 Phase
Channel Input 2 Phase
Channel Input 3 Phase
Channel Input 4 Phase
Channel Input 5 Phase
Channel Input 6 Phase
Channel Input 7 Phase
Channel Input 8 Phase
Channel Input 9 Phase
Channel Input 10 Phase
Channel Input 11 Phase
Channel Input 12 Phase
Channel Input 13 Phase
Data
Value
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User Setup
Control
Bank
Change #
Add-9
Param #
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
Initial Setup
Control
Bank
Change #
0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
2
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
ProMix 01 Parameter
Channel Input 14 Phase
Channel Input 15 Phase
Channel Input 16 Phase
Stereo Input Phase
Channel Input 1 Equalizer On/Off
Channel Input 2 Equalizer On/Off
Channel Input 3 Equalizer On/Off
Channel Input 4 Equalizer On/Off
Channel Input 5 Equalizer On/Off
Channel Input 6 Equalizer On/Off
Channel Input 7 Equalizer On/Off
Channel Input 8 Equalizer On/Off
Channel Input 9 Equalizer On/Off
Channel Input 10 Equalizer On/Off
Channel Input 11 Equalizer On/Off
Channel Input 12 Equalizer On/Off
Channel Input 13 Equalizer On/Off
Channel Input 14 Equalizer On/Off
Channel Input 15 Equalizer On/Off
Channel Input 16 Equalizer On/Off
Stereo Input Equalizer On/Off
Effect Return 1 Equalizer On/Off
Effect Return 2 Equalizer On/Off
Stereo Output Equalizer On/Off
Channel Input 1 Low Equalizer Frequency
Channel Input 2 Low Equalizer Frequency
Channel Input 3 Low Equalizer Frequency
Channel Input 4 Low Equalizer Frequency
Channel Input 5 Low Equalizer Frequency
Channel Input 6 Low Equalizer Frequency
Channel Input 7 Low Equalizer Frequency
Channel Input 8 Low Equalizer Frequency
Channel Input 9 Low Equalizer Frequency
Channel Input 10 Low Equalizer Frequency
Channel Input 11 Low Equalizer Frequency
Channel Input 12 Low Equalizer Frequency
Channel Input 13 Low Equalizer Frequency
Channel Input 14 Low Equalizer Frequency
Channel Input 15 Low Equalizer Frequency
Channel Input 16 Low Equalizer Frequency
Stereo Input Low Equalizer Frequency
Effect Return 1 Low Equalizer Frequency
Effect Return 2 Low Equalizer Frequency
Stereo Output Low Equalizer Frequency
Channel Input 1 Low Equalizer Gain
Channel Input 2 Low Equalizer Gain
Channel Input 3 Low Equalizer Gain
Channel Input 4 Low Equalizer Gain
Data
Value
User Setup
Control
Bank
Change #
2
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Param #
240
241
242
243
244
245
246
247
248
249
250
251
252
253
254
255
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
Initial Setup
Control
Bank
Change #
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
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
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Channel Input 5 Low Equalizer Gain
Channel Input 6 Low Equalizer Gain
Channel Input 7 Low Equalizer Gain
Channel Input 8 Low Equalizer Gain
Channel Input 9 Low Equalizer Gain
Channel Input 10 Low Equalizer Gain
Channel Input 11 Low Equalizer Gain
Channel Input 12 Low Equalizer Gain
Channel Input 13 Low Equalizer Gain
Channel Input 14 Low Equalizer Gain
Channel Input 15 Low Equalizer Gain
Channel Input 16 Low Equalizer Gain
Stereo Input Low Equalizer Gain
Effect Return 1 Low Equalizer Gain
Effect Return 2 Low Equalizer Gain
Stereo Output Low Equalizer Gain
Channel Input 1 Low Equalizer Q/Shelf
Channel Input 2 Low Equalizer Q/Shelf
Channel Input 3 Low Equalizer Q/Shelf
Channel Input 4 Low Equalizer Q/Shelf
Channel Input 5 Low Equalizer Q/Shelf
Channel Input 6 Low Equalizer Q/Shelf
Channel Input 7 Low Equalizer Q/Shelf
Channel Input 8 Low Equalizer Q/Shelf
Channel Input 9 Low Equalizer Q/Shelf
Channel Input 10 Low Equalizer Q/Shelf
Channel Input 11 Low Equalizer Q/Shelf
Channel Input 12 Low Equalizer Q/Shelf
Channel Input 13 Low Equalizer Q/Shelf
Channel Input 14 Low Equalizer Q/Shelf
Channel Input 15 Low Equalizer Q/Shelf
Channel Input 16 Low Equalizer Q/Shelf
Stereo Input Low Equalizer Q/Shelf
Effect Return 1 Low Equalizer Q/Shelf
Effect Return 2 Low Equalizer Q/Shelf
Stereo Output Low Equalizer Q/Shelf
Channel Input 1 Mid Equalizer Frequency
Channel Input 2 Mid Equalizer Frequency
Channel Input 3 Mid Equalizer Frequency
Channel Input 4 Mid Equalizer Frequency
Channel Input 5 Mid Equalizer Frequency
Channel Input 6 Mid Equalizer Frequency
Channel Input 7 Mid Equalizer Frequency
Channel Input 8 Mid Equalizer Frequency
Channel Input 9 Mid Equalizer Frequency
Channel Input 10 Mid Equalizer Frequency
Channel Input 11 Mid Equalizer Frequency
Channel Input 12 Mid Equalizer Frequency
Data
Value
31
10
56
User Setup
Control
Bank
Change #
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Param #
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
320
321
322
323
324
325
326
327
328
329
330
331
332
333
334
335
336
Initial Setup
Control
Bank
Change #
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
3
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
23
24
25
26
27
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
ProMix 01 Parameter
Channel Input 13 Mid Equalizer Frequency
Channel Input 14 Mid Equalizer Frequency
Channel Input 15 Mid Equalizer Frequency
Channel Input 16 Mid Equalizer Frequency
Stereo Input Mid Equalizer Frequency
Effect Return 1 Mid Equalizer Frequency
Effect Return 2 Mid Equalizer Frequency
Stereo Output Mid Equalizer Frequency
Channel Input 1 Mid Equalizer Gain
Channel Input 2 Mid Equalizer Gain
Channel Input 3 Mid Equalizer Gain
Channel Input 4 Mid Equalizer Gain
Channel Input 5 Mid Equalizer Gain
Channel Input 6 Mid Equalizer Gain
Channel Input 7 Mid Equalizer Gain
Channel Input 8 Mid Equalizer Gain
Channel Input 9 Mid Equalizer Gain
Channel Input 10 Mid Equalizer Gain
Channel Input 11 Mid Equalizer Gain
Channel Input 12 Mid Equalizer Gain
Channel Input 13 Mid Equalizer Gain
Channel Input 14 Mid Equalizer Gain
Channel Input 15 Mid Equalizer Gain
Channel Input 16 Mid Equalizer Gain
Stereo Input Mid Equalizer Gain
Effect Return 1 Mid Equalizer Gain
Effect Return 2 Mid Equalizer Gain
Stereo Output Mid Equalizer Gain
Channel Input 1 Mid Equalizer Q
Channel Input 2 Mid Equalizer Q
Channel Input 3 Mid Equalizer Q
Channel Input 4 Mid Equalizer Q
Channel Input 5 Mid Equalizer Q
Channel Input 6 Mid Equalizer Q
Channel Input 7 Mid Equalizer Q
Channel Input 8 Mid Equalizer Q
Channel Input 9 Mid Equalizer Q
Channel Input 10 Mid Equalizer Q
Channel Input 11 Mid Equalizer Q
Channel Input 12 Mid Equalizer Q
Channel Input 13 Mid Equalizer Q
Channel Input 14 Mid Equalizer Q
Channel Input 15 Mid Equalizer Q
Channel Input 16 Mid Equalizer Q
Stereo Input Mid Equalizer Q
Effect Return 1 Mid Equalizer Q
Effect Return 2 Mid Equalizer Q
Stereo Output Mid Equalizer Q
Channel Input 1 High Equalizer Frequency
Data
Value
User Setup
Control
Bank
Change #
56
31
9
25
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Param #
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
Initial Setup
Control
Bank
Change #
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
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
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ProMix 01 Parameter
Channel Input 2 High Equalizer Frequency
Channel Input 3 High Equalizer Frequency
Channel Input 4 High Equalizer Frequency
Channel Input 5 High Equalizer Frequency
Channel Input 6 High Equalizer Frequency
Channel Input 7 High Equalizer Frequency
Channel Input 8 High Equalizer Frequency
Channel Input 9 High Equalizer Frequency
Channel Input 10 High Equalizer Frequency
Channel Input 11 High Equalizer Frequency
Channel Input 12 High Equalizer Frequency
Channel Input 13 High Equalizer Frequency
Channel Input 14 High Equalizer Frequency
Channel Input 15 High Equalizer Frequency
Channel Input 16 High Equalizer Frequency
Stereo Input HighEqualizer Frequency
Effect Return 1 High Equalizer Frequency
Effect Return 2 High Equalizer Frequency
Stereo Output High Equalizer Frequency
Channel Input 1 High Equalizer Gain
Channel Input 2 High Equalizer Gain
Channel Input 3 High Equalizer Gain
Channel Input 4 High Equalizer Gain
Channel Input 5 High Equalizer Gain
Channel Input 6 High Equalizer Gain
Channel Input 7 High Equalizer Gain
Channel Input 8 High Equalizer Gain
Channel Input 9 High Equalizer Gain
Channel Input 10 High Equalizer Gain
Channel Input 11 High Equalizer Gain
Channel Input 12 High Equalizer Gain
Channel Input 13 High Equalizer Gain
Channel Input 14 High Equalizer Gain
Channel Input 15 High Equalizer Gain
Channel Input 16 High Equalizer Gain
Stereo Input High Equalizer Gain
Effect Return 1 High Equalizer Gain
Effect Return 2 High Equalizer Gain
Stereo Output High Equalizer Gain
Channel Input 1 High Equalizer Q/Shelf
Channel Input 2 High Equalizer Q/Shelf
Channel Input 3 High Equalizer Q/Shelf
Channel Input 4 High Equalizer Q/Shelf
Channel Input 5 High Equalizer Q/Shelf
Channel Input 6 High Equalizer Q/Shelf
Channel Input 7 High Equalizer Q/Shelf
Channel Input 8 High Equalizer Q/Shelf
Data
Value
26
31
10
User Setup
Control
Bank
Change #
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Param #
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
Initial Setup
Control
Bank
Change #
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
4
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
ProMix 01 Parameter
Channel Input 9 High Equalizer Q/Shelf
Channel Input 10 High Equalizer Q/Shelf
Channel Input 11 High Equalizer Q/Shelf
Channel Input 12 High Equalizer Q/Shelf
Channel Input 13 High Equalizer Q/Shelf
Channel Input 14 High Equalizer Q/Shelf
Channel Input 15 High Equalizer Q/Shelf
Channel Input 16 High Equalizer Q/Shelf
Stereo Input High Equalizer Q/Shelf
Effect Return 1 High Equalizer Q/Shelf
Effect Return 2 High Equalizer Q/Shelf
Stereo Output High Equalizer Q/Shelf
Channel Input 1/2 Stereo Pair Flag On/Off
Channel Input 3/4 Stereo Pair Flag On/Off
Channel Input 5/6 Stereo Pair Flag On/Off
Channel Input 7/8 Stereo Pair Flag On/Off
Channel Input 9/10 Stereo Pair Flag On/Off
Channel Input 11/12 Stereo Pair Flag On/Off
Channel Input 13/14 Stereo Pair Flag On/Off
Channel Input 15/16 Stereo Pair Flag On/Off
Internal Effect 1 Type
Internal Effect 2 Type
Internal Effect 1 Parameter 1 High Byte
Internal Effect 1 Parameter 1 Low Byte
Internal Effect 1 Parameter 2 High Byte
Internal Effect 1 Parameter 2 Low Byte
Internal Effect 1 Parameter 3 High Byte
Internal Effect 1 Parameter 3 Low Byte
Internal Effect 1 Parameter 4 High Byte
Internal Effect 1 Parameter 4 Low Byte
Internal Effect 1 Parameter 5 High Byte
Internal Effect 1 Parameter 5 Low Byte
Internal Effect 1 Parameter 6 High Byte
Internal Effect 1 Parameter 6 Low Byte
Internal Effect 1 Parameter 7 High Byte
Internal Effect 1 Parameter 7 Low Byte
Internal Effect 1 Parameter 8 High Byte
Internal Effect 1 Parameter 8 Low Byte
Internal Effect 1 Parameter 9 High Byte
Internal Effect 1 Parameter 9 Low Byte
Internal Effect 1 Parameter 10 High Byte
Internal Effect 1 Parameter 10 Low Byte
Internal Effect 2 Parameter 1 High Byte
Internal Effect 2 Parameter 1 Low Byte
Internal Effect 2 Parameter 2 High Byte
Internal Effect 2 Parameter 2 Low Byte
Internal Effect 2 Parameter 3 High Byte
Internal Effect 2 Parameter 3 Low Byte
Internal Effect 2 Parameter 4 High Byte
Data
Value
User Setup
Control
Bank
Change #
10
2
40
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Param #
433
434
435
436
437
438
439
440
441
442
443
444
445
446
447
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
Initial Setup
Control
Bank
Change #
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
63
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
4
ProMix 01 Parameter
Internal Effect 2 Parameter 4 Low Byte
Internal Effect 2 Parameter 5 High Byte
Internal Effect 2 Parameter 5 Low Byte
Internal Effect 2 Parameter 6 High Byte
Internal Effect 2 Parameter 6 Low Byte
Internal Effect 2 Parameter 7 High Byte
Internal Effect 2 Parameter 7 Low Byte
Internal Effect 2 Parameter 8 High Byte
Internal Effect 2 Parameter 8 Low Byte
Internal Effect 2 Parameter 9 High Byte
Internal Effect 2 Parameter 9 Low Byte
Internal Effect 2 Parameter 10 High Byte
Internal Effect 2 Parameter 10 Low Byte
Comp 1 Type
Comp 2 Type
Comp 3 Type
Comp 1 Patch Point
Comp 2 Patch Point
Comp 3 Patch Point
Comp 1 Keyin Channel
Comp 2 Keyin Channel
Comp 3 Keyin Channel
Comp 1 In Mode(Both/Odd/Even)
Comp 2 In Mode(Both/Odd/Even)
Comp 3 In Mode(Both/Odd/Even)
Comp 1 On/Off
Comp 2 On/Off
Comp 3 On/Off
Comp 1 Parameter 1
Comp 1 Parameter 2
Comp 1 Parameter 3
Comp 1 Parameter 4
Comp 1 Parameter 5
Comp 2 Parameter 1
Comp 2 Parameter 2
Comp 2 Parameter 3
Comp 2 Parameter 4
Comp 2 Parameter 5
Comp 3 Parameter 1
Comp 3 Parameter 2
Comp 3 Parameter 3
Comp 3 Parameter 4
Comp 3 Parameter 5
Send 3/4 Configuration Flag (Individual/Stereo)
Oscillator On/Off
Oscillator Level
Oscillator Frequency
A. Depends on selected effects type.
B. Depends on selected dynamics type.
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Data
Value
A
20
21
3
2
B
2
128
4
User Setup
Control
Bank
Change #
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Param #
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
512
513
514
515
516
517
518
519
520
521
522
523
524
525
526
527
528
529
530
Initial Setup
Control
Bank
Change #
0
1
5
2
--4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
5
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
ProMix 01 Parameter
Oscillator SEND3 Assign
Oscillator SEND4 Assign
Oscillator ST OUT Assign
Cue mode MIX/LAST CUE/GROUP CUE/STEREO OUT FIX
Channel Input 1 Group No. (0: OFF, 1–4: A–D)
Channel Input 2 Group No.
Channel Input 3 Group No.
Channel Input 4 Group No.
Channel Input 5 Group No.
Channel Input 6 Group No.
Channel Input 7 Group No.
Channel Input 8 Group No.
Channel Input 9 Group No.
Channel Input 10 Group No.
Channel Input 11 Group No.
Channel Input 12 Group No.
Channel Input 13 Group No.
Channel Input 14 Group No.
Channel Input 15 Group No.
Channel Input 16 Group No.
Stereo Input Group No.
Panpot Control Mode (Individual/Gang)
Group Select (A/B/C/D)
“Ch Input 1/2 Pair Execute(MONO,Odd->Even,Even->Odd,Reset)”
“Ch Input 3/4 Pair Execute(MONO,Odd->Even,Even->Odd,Reset)”
“Ch Input 5/6 Pair Execute(MONO,Odd->Even,Even->Odd,Reset)”
“Ch Input 7/8 Pair Execute(MONO,Odd->Even,Even->Odd,Reset)”
“Ch Input 9/10 Pair Execute(MONO,Odd->Even,Even->Odd,Reset)”
“Ch Input 11/12 Pair Execute(MONO,Odd->Even,Even->Odd,Reset)”
“Ch Input 13/14 Pair Execute(MONO,Odd->Even,Even->Odd,Reset)”
“Ch Input 15/16 Pair Execute(MONO,Odd->Even,Even->Odd,Reset)”
Stereo Master Patch Point Pre/Post
Send3 Master Patch Point Pre/Post
Send4 Master Patch Point Pre/Post
“Send3,4 Configuration Execute(Monaural/Stereo)”
MIDI Local Off Fader No.1
MIDI Local Off Fader No.2
MIDI Local Off Fader No.3
MIDI Local Off Fader No.4
MIDI Local Off Fader No.5
MIDI Local Off Fader No.6
MIDI Local Off Fader No.7
MIDI Local Off Fader No.8
MIDI Local Off Fader No.9
MIDI Local Off Fader No.10
MIDI Local Off Fader No.11
MIDI Local Off Fader No.12
MIDI Local Off Fader No.13
MIDI Local Off Fader No.14
MIDI Local Off Fader No.15
MIDI Local Off Fader No.16
Data
Value
User Setup
Control
Bank
Change #
2
4
5
2
4
4
2
128
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MIDI Data Format
1 General Items
1-1 This section describes the ProMix 01 MIDI specifications.
1-2 Electrical characteristics and signal specifications conform to the MIDI Standard 1.0.
2 Transmission/Reception
ProMix 01 transmits and receives Program Change, Control Change, and System Exclusive messages. Real-time
messages, Active Sensing, and MIDI Reset are received only.
2-1 Program Change
Transmission Channel number (Tx Channel No.) is used for transmission. Messages are received only when the
receive Channel number (Rx Channel No.) matches, or when OMNI is set to ON.
Receiving a Program Change message recalls the scene memory assigned to that Program number. When a scene
memory is recalled using the RECALL button, the corresponding Program Change message is output. Program
Changes can be assigned to scene memories by the user.
2-2 Control Change
Control Change messages can be transmitted and received in Channel mode or Register mode. In Channel mode,
the MIDI Channel No. is the Transmission/Receive Channel (Tx/Rx Channel No.) plus parameter Bank Number(Bank). If the resultant value exceeds 16, the remainder will be the Channel number. If all parameters are
transmitted and received in this mode, many MIDI Channels are used. See <Cf1> below.
In Register mode, the Channel number uses the transmission/receive Channel number (Tx/Rx Channel No.),
and the parameter Bank Number(Bank) is specified by Non-Registered Parameter Number(NRPN) 62h (98 in
decimal). In this mode, only one MIDI Channel is required, and OMNI operation is available. See <Cf2> below.
The ProMix 01 parameter corresponding to the Control Change Bank number and Control Change number is
adjusted.
If an assigned parameter is adjusted using the front panel controls, the corresponding Control Change message
is output. Parameters can be assigned to Control Changes by the user.
<Cf1> The data format will be as follows:
When you adjust a parameter of Channel #10, Bank #2, and Control #72:
BB 48 dd (dd is data)
When you adjust a parameter of Channel #13, Bank #5, and Control #20:
B1 14 dd (dd is data)
<Cf2> The data format will be as follows:
When you adjust a parameter of Channel #10, Bank #2, and Control #72:
B9 62 02 B9 48 dd (dd is data)
For MIDI data transmission, a parameter’s minimum internal data value is expressed by 00h, and the maximum
value is expressed by 7fh. For example, for Panpot data the internal data value “0” is expressed by 00h, and the
internal data value “32 (MAX)” is” expressed by 7fh.
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To derive the midway value of the internal data, the following calculation is used (MIDI midway value = 64).
First, 128 (the maximum value used in MIDI) is divided by the internal Data Value (Panpot = 33) to obtain the
MIDI data number equivalent to one internal data number. The internal Data Values for all parameters are given
in the Control Change to Parameter Assignment tables.
ex. Panpot: 128 / 33 = 3...29
To express the midway value of the internal data using the MIDI midway value (64), the remainder obtained
from the above calculation is added to both sides of the MIDI range. If there is another remainder, “1” is added
to the result.
ex. Panpot: 29 / 2 = 14...1 14 + 1 = 15
Therefore, when MIDI data is x, the internal data is calculated using the following formula:
ex. Panpot: INTEGER ((x - 15) / 3)
If the resultant value is below 0, it becomes the minimum internal data value.
If the resultant value exceeds the maximum internal data value, it becomes the maximum internal data value.
For data that consists of two bytes (Effect Parameter), 16,384 (14-bit value) is used instead of “128” (Minimum:
0000h, Maximum: 3fffh).
Usually, Control Change messages are output only when the internal data is changed. Incoming messages are
processed so that they do not contradict the internal data (i.e. abnormal settings that are not acceptable to
ProMix 01). However, the following are exceptions:
If the status of a stereo pair is changed, a Stereo Pair Flag Control Change is output, then the Control Change
of the changed parameter is output. When ProMix 01 receives a Stereo Pair Flag Control Change, only the flag
is changed. When the information about channels for a stereo pair is received afterward, the parameter of the
other receive channel is also changed. Also, at the moment of operation, the parameters for both channels are
changed. Therefore, the Control Change that has the same function as the pair processing on the unit is assigned
to the other number. The parameters labelled “Execute” or “Ex.” can prevent contradiction occurring when the
message is received. Also, when the unit receives the Control Change message of this number, the parameter
changed by this message will, in turn, output a control change message.
The above also applies to SEND3, 4 Configuration.
When a Control Change message to change the level of a channel in a group is received, the other channels are
not affected. The group is temporarily released, the fader adjusted, then grouping is reactivated.
2-3 System Exclusive Message
Transmission Channel number (Tx Channel No.) is used for transmission. Messages are received only when the
receive Channel number (Rx Channel No.) matches, or when OMNI is set to ON.
The ProMix 01 transmits and receives scene memory contents, Program Change Assignment Table, Control
Change Assignment Table, Edit Buffer contents, Setup Memory contents, Backup Memory contents, Key Remote
Message, Effect User Memory contents, Compressor User Memory contents, and EQ User Library contents.
2-4 Real Time Message
Only Active Sensing (FEh), and MIDI Reset (FFh) are received. Running Status is cleared if the unit dose not
receive any data for more than 300 ms after receiving Active Sensing, or when MIDI Reset is received.
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3 Transmission Condition
CONTROL TX
CONTROL CHANGE $BnH
ON
PROGRAM TX
PROGRAM CHANGE $CnH
MIDI TX
ON
SYSTEM EXCLUSIVE
BULK DUMP $F0H, $43H
BULK TX
MIDI OUT
ON
REQUEST $F0H, $43H
ON
CONTROL ECHO
ON
PROGRAM ECHO
MIDI IN
ON
4 Receive Condition
CONTROL RX
ON
PROGRAM RX
MIDI RX
MIDI IN
ON
BULK RX
CONTROL OMNI
(REGISTER MODE ONLY)
ON
PROGRAM OMNI
ON
ON
$BnH CONTROL CHANGE
$CnH PROGRAM CHANGE
SYSTEM EXCLUSIVE
$F0H, $43H, $0nH BULK DUMP
$F0H, $43H BULK REQUEST
ON
BULK OMNI
ON
CONTROL ECHO
ON
PROGRAM ECHO
ON
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5 Bulk Dump Request Format
5-1 One Memory Mixing Program Bulk Dump Data Format
STATUS
ID No.
SUB STATUS
FORMAT No.
BYTE COUNT(HIGH)
BYTE COUNT(LOW)
DATA NAME
MEMORY NO.
DATA*1
CHECK SUM*2
EOX
11110000
01000011
0000xxxx
01111110
00000110
00111010
01001100
01001101
00100000
00100000
00111000
01000001
00110100
00110001
01001101
0xxxxxxx
F0
43
0n
7E
06
3A
4C
4D
20
20
38
41
34
31
4D
mm
0xxxxxxx
0xxxxxxx
:
0xxxxxxx
0xxxxxxx
0xxxxxxx
11110111
dsH
dsL
:
deH
deL
ee
F7
System Exclusive Message
Manufacturer’s ID No. (YAMAHA)
n=0-15(Tx/Rx Channel No.)
Universal Bulk Dump
826(408x2+10)bytes
‘L’
‘M’
‘ ‘
‘ ‘
‘8’
‘A’
‘4’
‘1’
‘M’
“mm=1(01h)-50(32h)...Scene Memory No.,”
127(7Fh)...Edit Buffer
Scene Memory Data(408x2bytes)*3
ee=(INVERT(‘L’+’M’+...+dsH+...+deL)+1) AND 7Fh
End Of Exclusive
5-2 All Program Change Assignment Table Bulk Dump Data Format
STATUS
ID No.
SUB STATUS
FORMAT No.
BYTE COUNT(HIGH)
BYTE COUNT(LOW)
DATA NAME
MEMORY NO.
DATA*1
CHECK SUM*2
EOX
11110000
01000011
0000xxxx
01111110
00000010
00001010
01001100
01001101
00100000
00100000
00111000
01000001
00110100
00110001
01010000
00100000
0xxxxxxx
0xxxxxxx
:
0xxxxxxx
0xxxxxxx
0xxxxxxx
11110111
F0
43
0n
7E
02
0A
4C
4D
20
20
38
41
34
31
50
20
dsH
dsL
:
deH
deL
ee
F7
System Exclusive Message
Manufacturer’s ID No. (YAMAHA)
n=0-15(Tx/Rx Channel No.)
Universal Bulk Dump
266(128x2+10)bytes
‘L’
‘M’
‘ ‘
‘ ‘
‘8’
‘A’
‘4’
‘1’
‘P’
‘ ‘
Program Change Table(128x2bytes)*4
ee=(INVERT(‘L’+’M’+...+dsH+...+deL)+1) AND 7Fh
End Of Exclusive
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5-3 All Control Change Assignment Table Bulk Dump Data Format
STATUS
ID No.
SUB STATUS
FORMAT No.
BYTE COUNT(HIGH)
BYTE COUNT(LOW)
DATA NAME
MEMORY NO.
DATA*1
CHECK SUM*2
EOX
11110000
01000011
0000xxxx
01111110
00010010
00001010
01001100
01001101
00100000
00100000
00111000
01000001
00110100
00110001
01000011
00100000
0xxxxxxx
0xxxxxxx
:
0xxxxxxx
0xxxxxxx
0xxxxxxx
11110111
F0
43
0n
7E
12
0A
4C
4D
20
20
38
41
34
31
43
20
dsH
dsL
:
deH
deL
ee
F7
System Exclusive Message
Manufacturer’s ID No. (YAMAHA)
n=0-15(Tx/Rx Channel No.)
Universal Bulk Dump
2314(96x6x2x2+10)bytes
‘L’
‘M’
‘ ‘
‘ ‘
‘8’
‘A’
‘4’
‘1’
‘C’
‘ ‘
Control Change Table(96x6x2x2bytes)*5
ee=(INVERT(‘L’+’M’+...+dsH+...+deL)+1) AND 7Fh
End Of Exclusive
5-4 Setup Memory Bulk Dump Data Format
STATUS
ID No.
SUB STATUS
FORMAT No.
BYTE COUNT(HIGH)
BYTE COUNT(LOW)
DATA NAME
DATA*1
CHECK SUM*2
EOX
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11110000
01000011
0000xxxx
01111110
00000000
00111110
01001100
01001101
00100000
00100000
00111000
01000001
00110100
00110001
01010011
00100000
0xxxxxxx
0xxxxxxx
:
0xxxxxxx
0xxxxxxx
0xxxxxxx
11110111
F0
43
0n
7E
00
3E
4C
4D
20
20
38
41
34
31
53
20
dsH
dsL
:
deH
deL
ee
F7
System Exclusive Message
Manufacturer’s ID No. (YAMAHA)
n=0-15(Tx/Rx Channel No.)
Universal Bulk Dump
62(26x2+10)bytes
‘L’
‘M’
‘ ‘
‘ ‘
‘8’
‘A’
‘4’
‘1’
‘S’
‘ ‘
Setup Memory(26x2bytes)*6
ee=(INVERT(‘L’+’M’+...+dsH+...+deL)+1) AND 7Fh
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5-5 Backup Memory Bulk Dump Data Format
STATUS
ID No.
SUB STATUS
FORMAT No.
BYTE COUNT(HIGH)
BYTE COUNT(LOW)
DATA NAME
DATA*1
CHECK SUM*2
EOX
11110000
01000011
0000xxxx
01111110
00000001
00011010
01001100
01001101
00100000
00100000
00111000
01000001
00110100
00110001
01000010
00100000
0xxxxxxx
0xxxxxxx
:
0xxxxxxx
0xxxxxxx
0xxxxxxx
11110111
F0
43
0n
7E
01
1A
4C
4D
20
20
38
41
34
31
42
20
dsH
dsL
:
deH
deL
ee
F7
System Exclusive Message
Manufacturer’s ID No. (YAMAHA)
n=0-15(Tx/Rx Channel No.)
Universal Bulk Dump
154(72x2+10)bytes
‘L’
‘M’
‘ ‘
‘ ‘
‘8’
‘A’
‘4’
‘1’
‘B’
‘ ‘
Backup Memory(72x2bytes)*7
ee=(INVERT(‘L’+’M’+...+dsH+...+deL)+1) AND 7Fh
End Of Exclusive
5-6 Effect User Memory Bulk Dump Data Format
STATUS
ID No.
SUB STATUS
FORMAT No.
BYTE COUNT(HIGH)
BYTE COUNT(LOW)
DATA NAME
MEMORY NO.
DATA*1
CHECK SUM*2
EOX
11110000
01000011
0000xxxx
01111110
00000000
01010010
01001100
01001101
00100000
00100000
00111000
01000001
00110100
00110001
01000101
0xxxxxxx
0xxxxxxx
0xxxxxxx
:
0xxxxxxx
0xxxxxxx
0xxxxxxx
11110111
F0
43
0n
7E
00
52
4C
4D
20
20
38
41
34
31
45
mm
dsH
dsL
:
deH
deL
ee
F7
System Exclusive Message
Manufacturer’s ID No. (YAMAHA)
n=0-15(Tx/Rx Channel No.)
Universal Bulk Dump
82(36x2+10)bytes
‘L’
‘M’
‘ ‘
‘ ‘
‘8’
‘A’
‘4’
‘1’
‘E’
“mm=1(00h)-10(09h)...Effect User Memory No.,”
Effect User Memory Data(36x2bytes)*8
ee=(INVERT(‘L’+’M’+...+dsH+...+deL)+1) AND 7Fh
End Of Exclusive
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5-7 Compressor User Memory Bulk Dump Data Format
STATUS
ID No.
SUB STATUS
FORMAT No.
BYTE COUNT(HIGH)
BYTE COUNT(LOW)
DATA NAME
MEMORY NO.
DATA*1
CHECK SUM*2
EOX
11110000
01000011
0000xxxx
01111110
00000000
00110110
01001100
01001101
00100000
00100000
00111000
01000001
00110100
00110001
01001111
0xxxxxxx
0xxxxxxx
0xxxxxxx
:
0xxxxxxx
0xxxxxxx
0xxxxxxx
11110111
F0
43
0n
7E
00
36
4C
4D
20
20
38
41
34
31
4F
mm
dsH
dsL
:
deH
deL
ee
F7
System Exclusive Message
Manufacturer’s ID No. (YAMAHA)
n=0-15(Tx/Rx Channel No.)
Universal Bulk Dump
54(22x2+10)bytes
‘L’
‘M’
‘ ‘
‘ ‘
‘8’
‘A’
‘4’
‘1’
‘O’
“mm=1(00h)-10(09h)..Compressor User Memory No,”
Compressor User Memory Data(22x2bytes)*9
ee=(INVERT(‘L’+’M’+...+dsH+...+deL)+1) AND 7Fh
End Of Exclusive
5-8 Equalizer User Library Bulk Dump Data Format
STATUS
ID No.
SUB STATUS
FORMAT No.
BYTE COUNT(HIGH)
BYTE COUNT(LOW)
DATA NAME
MEMORY NO.
DATA*1
CHECK SUM*2
EOX
ProMix 01 User’s Guide
11110000
01000011
0000xxxx
01111110
00000000
00111010
01001100
01001101
00100000
00100000
00111000
01000001
00110100
00110001
01010001
0xxxxxxx
0xxxxxxx
0xxxxxxx
:
0xxxxxxx
0xxxxxxx
0xxxxxxx
11110111
F0
43
0n
7E
00
3A
4C
4D
20
20
38
41
34
31
51
mm
dsH
dsL
:
deH
deL
ee
F7
System Exclusive Message
Manufacturer’s ID No. (YAMAHA)
n=0-15(Tx/Rx Channel No.)
Universal Bulk Dump
58(24x2+10)bytes
‘L’
‘M’
‘ ‘
‘ ‘
‘8’
‘A’
‘4’
‘1’
‘Q’
“mm=1(00h)-20(13h)...Equalizer User Library No.,”
Equalizer User Memory Data(24x2bytes)*10
ee=(INVERT(‘L’+’M’+...+dsH+...+deL)+1) AND 7Fh
End Of Exclusive
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5-9 Key Remote Bulk Dump Data Format (Receive only)
STATUS
ID No.
SUB STATUS
FORMAT No.
BYTE COUNT(HIGH)
BYTE COUNT(LOW)
DATA NAME
MEMORY NO.
DATA*1
CHECK SUM*2
EOX
11110000
01000011
0000xxxx
01111110
00000000
00001011
01001100
01001101
00100000
00100000
00111000
01000001
00110100
00110001
01001011
0xxxxxxx
0xxxxxxx
0xxxxxxx
11110111
F0
43
0n
7E
00
0B
4C
4D
20
20
38
41
34
31
4B
Kn
DT
ee
F7
System Exclusive Message
Manufacturer’s ID No. (YAMAHA)
n=0-15(Rx Channel No.)
Universal Bulk Dump
11(1+10)bytes
‘L’
‘M’
‘ ‘
‘ ‘
‘8’
‘A’
‘4’
‘1’
‘K’
Key Number*11
Key Data*12
ee=(INVERT(‘L’+’M’+...+dsH+...+deL)+1) AND 7Fh
End Of Exclusive
5-10 Error/Warning Report Bulk Dump Data Format (Transmission only)
STATUS
ID No.
SUB STATUS
FORMAT No.
BYTE COUNT(HIGH)
BYTE COUNT(LOW)
DATA NAME
DATA*1
CHECK SUM*2
EOX
11110000
01000011
0000xxxx
01111110
0xxxxxxx
0xxxxxxx
01001100
01001101
00100000
00100000
00111000
01000001
00110100
00110001
01011000
01000101
0xxxxxxx
0xxxxxxx
0xxxxxxx
:
0xxxxxxx
0xxxxxxx
11110111
F0
43
0n
7E
nn
nn
4C
4D
20
20
38
41
34
31
58
45
EnH
EnL
Ms
:
Me
ee
F7
System Exclusive Message
Manufacturer’s ID No. (YAMAHA)
n=0-15(Tx Channel No.)
Universal Bulk Dump
nn([Message]x2+10)bytes
‘L’
‘M’
‘ ‘
‘ ‘
‘8’
‘A’
‘4’
‘1’
‘X’
‘E’
Message No.(HIGH)*13
Message No.(LOW)
Message*14
ee=(INVERT(‘L’+’M’+...+dsH+...+deL)+1) AND 7Fh
End Of Exclusive
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5-11 One Memory Mixing Program Bulk Request Data Format
STATUS
ID No.
SUB STATUS
FORMAT No.
DATA NAME
MEMORY NO.
11110000
01000011
0010xxxx
01111110
01001100
01001101
00100000
00100000
00111000
01000001
00110100
00110001
01001101
0xxxxxxx
F0
43
2n
7E
4C
4D
20
20
38
41
34
31
4D
mm
EOX
11110111
F7
System Exclusive Message
Manufacturer’s ID No. (YAMAHA)
n=0-15(Tx/Rx Channel No.)
Universal Bulk Dump
‘L’
‘M’
‘ ‘
‘ ‘
‘8’
‘A’
‘4’
‘1’
‘M’
“mm=1(01h)-50(32h)...Scene Memory No.,”
127(7Fh)...Edit Buffer
End Of Exclusive
5-12 All Program Change Assignment Table Bulk Request Data Format
STATUS
ID No.
SUB STATUS
FORMAT No.
DATA NAME
EOX
11110000
01000011
0010xxxx
01111110
01001100
01001101
00100000
00100000
00111000
01000001
00110100
00110001
01010000
00100000
11110111
F0
43
2n
7E
4C
4D
20
20
38
41
34
31
50
20
F7
System Exclusive Message
Manufacturer’s ID No. (YAMAHA)
n=0-15(Tx/Rx Channel No.)
Universal Bulk Dump
‘L’
‘M’
‘ ‘
‘ ‘
‘8’
‘A’
‘4’
‘1’
‘P’
‘ ‘
End Of Exclusive
5-13 All Control Change Assignment Table Bulk Request Data Format
STATUS
ID No.
SUB STATUS
FORMAT No.
DATA NAME
EOX
ProMix 01 User’s Guide
11110000
01000011
0010xxxx
01111110
01001100
01001101
00100000
00100000
00111000
01000001
00110100
00110001
01000011
00100000
11110111
F0
43
2n
7E
4C
4D
20
20
38
41
34
31
43
20
F7
System Exclusive Message
Manufacturer’s ID No. (YAMAHA)
n=0-15(Tx/Rx Channel No.)
Universal Bulk Dump
‘L’
‘M’
‘ ‘
‘ ‘
‘8’
‘A’
‘4’
‘1’
‘C’
‘ ‘
End Of Exclusive
Add-25
5-14 Scene Memory Store Bulk Request Data Format*17
STATUS
ID No.
SUB STATUS
FORMAT No.
DATA NAME
EOX
11110000
01000011
0010xxxx
01111110
01001100
01001101
00100000
00100000
00111000
01000001
00110100
00110001
01010111
00100000
11110111
F0
43
2n
7E
4C
4D
20
20
38
41
34
31
57
20
F7
System Exclusive Message
Manufacturer’s ID No. (YAMAHA)
n=0-15(Tx/Rx Channel No.)
Universal Bulk Dump
‘L’
‘M’
‘ ‘
‘ ‘
‘8’
‘A’
‘4’
‘1’
‘W’
‘ ‘
End Of Exclusive
5-15 All Data Bulk Request Data Format*18
STATUS
ID No.
SUB STATUS
FORMAT No.
DATA NAME
EOX
11110000
01000011
0010xxxx
01111110
01001100
01001101
00100000
00100000
00111000
01000001
00110100
00110001
01000001
00100000
11110111
F0
43
2n
7E
4C
4D
20
20
38
41
34
31
41
20
F7
System Exclusive Message
Manufacturer’s ID No. (YAMAHA)
n=0-15(Tx/Rx Channel No.)
Universal Bulk Dump
‘L’
‘M’
‘ ‘
‘ ‘
‘8’
‘A’
‘4’
‘1’
‘A’
‘ ‘
End Of Exclusive
5-16 Setup Memory Bulk Request Data Format
STATUS
ID No.
SUB STATUS
FORMAT No.
DATA NAME
EOX
11110000
01000011
0010xxxx
01111110
01001100
01001101
00100000
00100000
00111000
01000001
00110100
00110001
01010011
00100000
11110111
F0
43
2n
7E
4C
4D
20
20
38
41
34
31
53
20
F7
System Exclusive Message
Manufacturer’s ID No. (YAMAHA)
n=0-15(Tx/Rx Channel No.)
Universal Bulk Dump
‘L’
‘M’
‘ ‘
‘ ‘
‘8’
‘A’
‘4’
‘1’
‘S’
‘ ‘
End Of Exclusive
ProMix 01 User’s Guide
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5-17 Backup Memory Bulk Request Data Format
STATUS
ID No.
SUB STATUS
FORMAT No.
DATA NAME
EOX
11110000
01000011
0010xxxx
01111110
01001100
01001101
00100000
00100000
00111000
01000001
00110100
00110001
01000010
00100000
11110111
F0
43
2n
7E
4C
4D
20
20
38
41
34
31
42
20
F7
System Exclusive Message
Manufacturer’s ID No. (YAMAHA)
n=0-15(Rx Channel No.)
Universal Bulk Dump
‘L’
‘M’
‘ ‘
‘ ‘
‘8’
‘A’
‘4’
‘1’
‘B’
‘ ‘
End Of Exclusive
5-18 Effect User Memory Bulk Request Data Format
STATUS
ID No.
SUB STATUS
FORMAT No.
DATA NAME
MEMORY NO.
EOX
11110000
01000011
0010xxxx
01111110
01001100
01001101
00100000
00100000
00111000
01000001
00110100
00110001
01000101
0xxxxxxx
11110111
F0
43
2n
7E
4C
4D
20
20
38
41
34
31
45
mm
F7
System Exclusive Message
Manufacturer’s ID No. (YAMAHA)
n=0-15(Rx Channel No.)
Universal Bulk Dump
‘L’
‘M’
‘ ‘
‘ ‘
‘8’
‘A’
‘4’
‘1’
‘E’
“mm=1(00h)-10(09h)...Effect User Memory No.,”
End Of Exclusive
5-19 Compressor User Memory Bulk Request Data Format
STATUS
ID No.
SUB STATUS
FORMAT No.
DATA NAME
MEMORY NO.
EOX
ProMix 01 User’s Guide
11110000
01000011
0010xxxx
01111110
01001100
01001101
00100000
00100000
00111000
01000001
00110100
00110001
01001111
0xxxxxxx
11110111
F0
43
2n
7E
4C
4D
20
20
38
41
34
31
4F
mm
F7
System Exclusive Message
Manufacturer’s ID No. (YAMAHA)
n=0-15(Rx Channel No.)
Universal Bulk Dump
‘L’
‘M’
‘ ‘
‘ ‘
‘8’
‘A’
‘4’
‘1’
‘O’
“mm=1(00h)-10(09h)..Compressor User Memory No,”
End Of Exclusive
Add-27
5-20 Equalizer User Library Bulk Request Data Format
STATUS
ID No.
SUB STATUS
FORMAT No.
DATA NAME
MEMORY NO.
EOX
11110000
01000011
0010xxxx
01111110
01001100
01001101
00100000
00100000
00111000
01000001
00110100
00110001
01010001
0xxxxxxx
11110111
F0
43
2n
7E
4C
4D
20
20
38
41
34
31
51
mm
F7
System Exclusive Message
Manufacturer’s ID No. (YAMAHA)
n=0-15(Rx Channel No.)
Universal Bulk Dump
‘L’
‘M’
‘ ‘
‘ ‘
‘8’
‘A’
‘4’
‘1’
‘Q’
“mm=1(00h)-20(13h)...Equalizer User Library No.,”
End Of Exclusive
5-21 Memory Control Change Out Bulk Request Data Format
STATUS
ID No.
SUB STATUS
FORMAT No.
DATA NAME
MEMORY NO.
11110000
01000011
0010xxxx
01111110
01001100
01001101
00100000
00100000
00111000
01000001
00110100
00110001
01011001
0xxxxxxx
F0
43
2n
7E
4C
4D
20
20
38
41
34
31
59
mm
EOX
11110111
F7
System Exclusive Message
Manufacturer’s ID No. (YAMAHA)
n=0-15(Rx Channel No.)
Universal Bulk Dump
‘L’
‘M’
‘ ‘
‘ ‘
‘8’
‘A’
‘4’
‘1’
‘Y’
“mm=1(01h)-50(32h)...Scene Memory No.,”
127(7Fh)...Edit Buffer
End Of Exclusive
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Button Number Table
Button #
Button Name
Button #
Button Name
#0
MEMORY STORE
# 38
ST OUT SEL
#1
MEMORY UP
# 39
CH1 ON
#2
UTILITY
# 40
CH2 ON
#3
MIDI
# 41
CH3 ON
#4
MEMORY RECALL
# 42
CH4 ON
#5
MEMORY DOWN
# 43
CH5 ON
#6
GROUP
# 44
CH6 ON
#7
PAIR
# 45
CH7 ON
#8
METER
# 46
CH8 ON
#9
PAN/PHASE
# 47
CH9 ON
# 10
COMP
# 48
CH10 ON
# 11
CUE
# 49
CH11 ON
# 12
SEND1
# 50
CH12 ON
# 13
SEND2
# 51
CH13 ON
# 14
SEND3
# 52
CH14 ON
# 15
SEND4
# 53
CH15 ON
# 16
EQ LOW
# 54
CH16 ON
# 17
EQ MID
# 55
ST IN ON
# 18
EQ HIGH
# 56
RTN/SEND ON
# 19
EQ LIBRARY
# 57
ST OUT ON
# 20
CH1 SEL
# 58
CURSOR UP
# 21
CH2 SEL
# 59
CURSOR DOWN
# 22
CH3 SEL
# 60
CURSOR LEFT
# 23
CH4 SEL
# 61
CURSOR RIGHT
# 24
CH5 SEL
# 62
ENTER
# 25
CH6 SEL
# 63
PARAMETER UP
# 26
CH7 SEL
# 64
PARAMETER DOWN
# 27
CH8 SEL
# 28
CH9 SEL
# 29
CH10 SEL
# 30
CH11 SEL
# 31
CH12 SEL
# 32
CH13 SEL
# 33
CH14 SEL
# 34
CH15 SEL
# 35
CH16 SEL
# 36
ST IN SEL
# 37
RTN/SEND SEL
ProMix 01 User’s Guide
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*1 How to calculate data format. For example, Internal Data: Ds,D1,D2,D3,...,Dx,...,De (Dx is 1 byte data). The
data ranges between 00h and FFh.
DxH = ASCII ((Dx/16) AND 0Fh) (Character code ‘0’ to ‘F’)
DxL = ASCII (Dx AND 0Fh) (Character code ‘0’ to ‘F’)
*2 Check sum. Sum is calculated for the sum after the BYTE COUNT (LOW), namely ‘L’ to the data immediately
before the CHECK SUM, all bits are inverted (one’s compliment), and then add 1 (one), and then the MSB (bit7)
is set 0 (zero) for obtaining the CHECK SUM (two’s compliment).
*3 Data between D0 and D407
*4 Data between D0 and D127 (See the Program Change Assign Map)
*5 Data between D0 and D1151 (See the Control Change Assign Map)
*6 Data between D0 and D25
*7 Data between D0 and D71
*8 Data between D0 and D35
*9 Data between D0 and D21
*10 Data between D0 and D23
*11 Data between 0 and 45 (See the Button Number Table)
*12 SWITCH: “ON=7Fh, OFF=00h” DATA ENTRY:01-7Fh
*13 See the Error Message List
*14 How to calculate data format. For example, Strings character: Ms,M1,M2,M3,...,Mx,...,Me (Mx is ASCII code
1 byte data. The data ranges between 00h and FFh).
Mx = Mx (Character code) LF (Return) = 0Ah
*15 The following is how to calculate data format. For example, Internal Data: Ds, D1, D2, D3, ..., Dx, ..., De
(Dx is 1 byte data. The data ranges between 00h and 3Fh.) Dx = Dx
*16 Data between D0 and D2559
*17 This request signal is output when storing a scene memory on the STORE key, thus enabling the current
setup within the EDIT BUFFER to be stored into a specified memory.
*18 All Data= [1 Memory Mixing Program No. 1–50, Edit Buffer] + [All Program Change Assignment Table]
+ [All Control Change Assignment Table] + [Setup Memory] + [Backup Memory] + [1 Effect User Memory
No. 0–9] + [1 Compressor User Memory No. 0–12] + [1 EQ User Library No. 0–19].
ProMix 01 User’s Guide
YAMAHA [Digital Mixer]
Date: 3 June 1994
Model: ProMix 01
MIDI Implementation Chart
Function...
Version: 1.0
Transmitted
Recognized
Remarks
Basic
Channel
Default
Changed
1 – 16
1 – 16
1 – 16
1 – 16
Memorized
Mode
Default
Messages
Altered
X
X
****************
OMNI off / OMNI on
OMNI on/off
X
Memorized
True Voice
X
****************
X
X
Note
Number
Velocity
Note On
Note Off
X
X
X
X
After Touch
Keys
Ch’s
X
X
X
X
X
X
O
X
O
X
O
X
O
X
Pitch bend
Control
Change
Prog
Change
0–95
96–97
98–99
100–120
O
:True#
System Exclusive
0–127
****************
O
0–127
0–50
O
O
System
Common
:Song Pos
:Song Sel
:Tune
X
X
X
X
X
X
System
Real Time
:Clock
:Commands
X
X
X
X
Aux
Messages
:Local ON/OFF
:All Notes OFF
:Active Sense
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
Notes
*1
*2
Bulk Dump/Request
*1: Each parameter can be assigned to any Control Change and these assignment tables can be
stored in memory.
*2: For program 1–128, memory #0–#50 is selected.
Mode 1: OMNI ON, POLY
Mode 3: OMNI OFF, POLY
Mode 2: OMNI ON, MONO
Mode 4: OMNI OFF, MONO
O: Yes
X: No
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