Yamaha | MDF3 | product brochure - Warehouse Sound Systems

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f you’re ready for your first digital mixer, or if you
could use a rack-mountable, full-featured
programmable digital mixer with 24 inputs to tidy up
an elaborate music system that’s not as flexible as
you’d like, then you’re ready for the Yamaha 01V
Digital Mixing Console.
available for the money, the 01V will let you take your
music wherever you want to go — and deliver it in style.
The awesome offspring of the 01, 02R and 03D line
— the world’s most popular family of digital mixers
— the 01V is an enormously powerful digital mixer
in its own right, featuring a wealth of professionallevel signal routing, processing and mixing options,
as well as crystal clean sound with 105dB dynamic
range — and even the capability to easily link
another 01V for 48 input channels — all at an
enticing entry-level price.
The 01V is the ideal digital mixer for project studios,
broadcast, private studios, live sound applications,
and more. Simply the most flexible digital mixer
Main features
● 24 input channels, including 16 built-in analog inputs (with
+48V phantom powering on 12 channels), plus 8 optional
digital inputs (ADAT, TASCAM, AES/EBU formats available)
● 4 freely assignable analog outputs, plus expansion options for
4 additional analog outputs, or 8 assignable digital outputs
● Digital I/O expansion slot for optional multitrack recorder
interface card (ADAT, TASCAM, AES/EBU format options), plus
8 channels analog input card options
● Input delays of up to 250ms and output delays of up to 300ms
● 22 dynamics processors permitting individual dynamics
processing, and a dynamics library with 40 preset programs
and 40 user programs
● 99 scene memories for instant recall of mixer settings at the
touch of a button, or recall via MIDI program change
messages
● Coaxial-type digital stereo input and output, and balanced
XLR-type stereo outputs
● Channel data copy and swapping, flexible effect routing,
dedicated controls for EQ and pan, and a dedicated effect
return signal control section
● Total 120 bands of EQ — all processed with 44-bit precision
— including 4-band parametric equalization on all main input
and output mixing channels, and 2-band EQ on secondary
input channels, plus an EQ library with 40 preset programs
and 40 user programs
● Comprehensive MIDI implementation which permits
automated mixing via program change, control change and
system exclusive messages received from an external
sequencer, plus MMC capability and user definable remote
control options
● Centrally located, dedicated panel controls for the four bands
of EQ — just like the 02R — and a dedicated pan control
● TO HOST port which permits direct connection to a personal
computer, as well as to another 01V for double the mixing
power — the 01V Link function lets you easily create a 48input digital mixing system for an unprecedented low price
● 2 internal stereo multi-effects processors with the same DSP
as the Yamaha ProR3 and REV500, and an effects library with
42 preset programs and 57 user programs
Front Panel
Fast Internal Processing And Superior Sonic Specs
Fast and reliable internal digital
audio processing, as well as LCD
refreshing and fader control, is
guaranteed by Yamaha’s custom
32-bit DSP chips.
Uncompromising sonic
quality and performance are
guaranteed by 20-bit, 128-times
oversampling ADs on each input
and 20-bit, 8-times
oversampling DAs on the stereo
outputs, and 44-bit EQ processing.
The 01V’s audio dynamic range is an impressive
105dB for analog input to analog stereo output.
Optional Expansion Cards With Maximum Compatibility
Rear Panel
The 01V’s mini YGDAI (Yamaha General Digital Audio
Interface) slot located on the rear panel provides a
convenient means for expanding your mixing power in
a variety of ways.
There are cards available separately which provide
an additional 8 digital inputs and 8 assignable digital
outputs for direct digital connection to major modular
digital multitrack recorders such as Alesis ADAT,
Tascam DA98/DA88/DA38, and AES/EBU format
systems. The digital outputs can be configured as bus
outs, aux sends, direct outs, or stereo outs at will.
There is also a card available separately which
provides 4 additional analog outputs. So although the
01V is essentially a 4 bus mixer, it can easily be
expanded to achieve eight-track simultaneous digital
recording.
Options
Model
Connector
I/O Interface
Card
TASCAM
MY8-TD
D-sub 25pin x 1
ADAT
MY8-AT
OPTICAL x 2
AES/EBU
MY8-AE
D-sub 25pin x 1
DA Interface
D/A
MY4-DA
XLR x 4
AD Interface
A/D
MY8-AD
TRS Phone x 8
RACK MOUNT KIT
MY8-TD
RK124
MY8-AT
MY8-AE
This photograph shows a model with optional MY8-TD (TASCAM) card.
MY4-DA
MY8-AD
Streamlined Panel Design Makes Operation Easy And Intuitive
Flexible Input/Output Configuration And Signal Routing
If you’ve never operated a Yamaha digital mixer
before, you’ll be pleasantly surprised to discover how
convenient and natural the overall “feel” of the 01V is,
as well as how quickly you’ll be able to master the
operation of it. The 01V’s panel layout makes access
to all features and adjustment of parameter values as
quick and easy as the press of one of the many
dedicated buttons and spin of the detented data dial.
The large 320 x 80 dot LCD provides plenty of
visual feedback of mixer status, and an LED on each
panel button lights to indicate which parameter is
currently selected. Pressing the HOME button once or
more lets you call up one of a number of screens
which provide instant views of overall mixer status,
while VIEW screens give you at-a-glance confirmation
of the various channel settings.
Channel and Stereo Master control is especially
easy. Dedicated ON buttons let you select only what
you want to hear. Pressing a SEL (Select) button
displays channel or Master status in the LCD, and
each channel has a dedicated SOLO button for
singling out a specific track for aural scrutiny.
The 01V’s flexible configuration of inputs and outputs
and signal routing capabilities makes it suitable for an
extremely wide range of recording, main mixing,
submixing and even live mixing applications.
Included are 12 analog input channels and 2
analog stereo inputs — making a total of 16 analog
inputs — plus 4 “Omni” outputs which are freely
assignable, along with a main stereo mix bus and
stereo monitor outputs.
All analog inputs are equipped with latest
generation 20-bit AD and DA converters, which let the
01V achieve over 105dB dynamic range from analog
input to output.
There are also stereo 2-track inputs and outputs
for direct connection to an analog 2-track recorder for
master mixes, and even coaxial-type digital stereo
input and output for direct connection to a digital 2track recorder such as DAT or MD.
Add to all this the option to install an expansion
card with an additional 8 digital inputs and 8 digital
outputs (via a rear panel mini YGDAI slot), and you
can see how the 01V is designed to hold its own in
practically any recording and mixing situation. In fact,
in its full capacity, the 01V has nothing less than 24
inputs and 12 assignable outputs that can be
interfaced to outboard equipment.
Also, the Return control section lets you adjust each
effect return level with the twist of a knob, as well as
solo or turn each on and off at will.
Add to all this 99 scene memories in which to
store “snapshots“ of all parameter settings for instant
recall — complete with scene naming — as well as
convenient channel data copy and swap functions,
and you can see how the 01V will literally save you
hours and hours of setup time before and during
sessions, so you can spend your quality time
concentrating on creativity and making a marvelous
mix.
Particularly handy is the centrally located panel
parametric EQ control section which gives you instant
access to each of the four bands of equalization, plus
frequency and gain adjustment — just like the 02R.
The VIEW screens give you at-a-glance confirmation of all selected channel
parameter settings, including fader positions for channel level, aux send and effect
send levels and pre/post fader configurations, and more.
The HOME screens let you visually monitor input levels, or effect return and bus
output levels, or stereo output levels and more.
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settings, effect send levels and dynamics setting is
also quick and convenient, thanks to dedicated
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Analog channel inputs provide the means to
satisfy even the most demanding mixing engineer.
Input channels 1-12 have mic preamps, XLR and
balanced stereo 1/4" phone connectors, and +48 volt
phantom power which can be applied to the XLR
inputs. These channels can accept input levels from 60dB to +10dB, and feature a PAD switch which can
provide 26dB level attenuation.
Inputs 13-16 feature balanced stereo 1/4"
connectors and support line level signals between -20
and +10dB. All 16 channels feature a continuously
variable GAIN control to permit accurate microphone
or line level matching with the widest possible range
of input sources.
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The 4 Omni outputs are balanced stereo 1/4" type
connectors, and can be freely configured to output
aux, bus, channel direct, and stereo signals. The Omni
outputs can also be paired together for stereo
operation and can be routed to the control room
monitors for cue mixes, with onboard effects returns
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The coaxial stereo digital I/O 24-bit connectors
permit direct connection to DAT recorders and other
compatible digital devices. The stereo digital input
signals can be routed to the stereo bus for submixing,
or to a stereo input channel for processing and
mixing. The number of inputs can be increased by
digitally cascading two 01Vs together using the TO
HOST port, with SOLO functions linked stereo 24-bit
SUB-IN.
The 01V’s parametric equalizers and onboard
dynamics processors provide the same tried and true,
professional quality signal processing as the 02R,
since they use the same Yamaha custom 32-bit DSP,
and feature the same parameters selected after close
consultation with the world’s top professional
recording engineers.
Comprehensive libraries of preset EQ and
dynamics settings provide a great place to start or for
reference, and plenty of user programs are available to
store your own.
There are 26 four-band parametric EQs which are
available for all 16 individual channel inputs, the 2
onboard stereo effects returns, the 4 aux sends, and
main stereo outputs. (A 2-band PEQ is available for
optional digital input channels 17-24.)
Each of the four EQ bands has a range from 20 Hz
to 20kHz which can be adjusted in 1/12 octave steps,
and a 0.1 - 10 Q range. High and low EQ bands can
be configured as shelving or peaking, with the high
band capable of being configured as LPF, and the low
band as HPF. EQ gain settings range from -18 to
+18dB. EQ settings can also be copied between
channels via the equalizer library.
The Monitor Setup screen lets you quickly configure the 01V to suit your
monitoring needs.
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The panel EQ section gives you direct access to frequency and gain control of each
band of the PEQ for the selected channel, and channel panning too.
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With the 01V, routing signals to any of the four Omni outputs is quick and easy, as
is setting Bus Master levels and Omni Out Select configuration.
The EQ library’s collection of 40 preset EQ
programs include specific settings which can be
applied to everything from acoustic and electronic
instruments to percussion to vocals. Including the 40
memories for storing your own EQ settings, a total of
80 EQ programs are available for instant recall.
There are 40 preset programs in the Dynamics Library which you can freely edit to
suit your needs and then store in 40 user programs for instant recall at any time.
There are 22 onboard dynamics processors for 16
individual channels, 4 aux sends, and main stereo
outs which provide a choice of compressor, expander,
gate, ducker and compander functions to apply to
individual channel as well as stereo inputs. Any input
channel (1-16 or stereo input) can be used as a key
trigger.
The dynamics library’s collection of 40 preset
dynamics programs include settings appropriate for
the mixing of strings, brass sections, sampled
percussion, vocals and much more, and 40 user
dynamics programs are available for storing your own
settings for instant recall.
2 Internal Effects Processors With Libraries, Storage And Auxiliary Routing
60mm Motorized Faders With Channel Pairing And Fader And Mute Grouping
Comprehensive MIDI Functions And User-definable Remote Control
Two of the 01V’s 6 aux sends are “hot-wired” directly
to the onboard 32-bit effects processors which utilize
the same DSP and some of the same algorithms as
Yamaha’s professional ProR3 and REV500 models.
There are 42 basic preset effects which make up a
library of various reverb, delay, echo, chorus, flange,
pitch shifting and other effect types to choose from, as
well as freeze (sampling) and guitar amp simulation
effects. Each effect type has a host of parameters
which can be freely edited and then stored in any of
the 57 user programs — to make a total of 99 effects
on hand.
The 01V’s 15 quick-response 60mm motorized faders
serve multiple functions. Besides their role as
conventional mixer faders to adjust channel output
signal levels, they also function as auxiliary send level
controls for each of the 4 aux sends, as well as
onboard effects aux send level controls.
A true product of the digital age, the 01V features
MIDI IN, OUT and THRU terminals which permit
control of all parameters in real-time using MIDI
Control Change and System Exclusive messages,
providing Dynamic Automation via MIDI.
This means you can “record” all fader movements,
channel on/off selections, scene selections, effect
selections, as well as panning, EQ and other
parameter adjustments to an external MIDI sequencer,
then have the sequencer “play” them back in order to
create an automated mixdown.
You can also perform MIDI bulk dump operations
to a MIDI data filer (such as the Yamaha MDF3 MIDI
Data Filer) or MIDI sequencer to save your scene data,
as well as user EQ, dynamics and effects programs.
01V faders and user definable buttons in the menu
can be used to control other MIDI devices such as
digital audio recorders and processors via MMC
(MIDI Machine Control) commands.
The 01V’s MIDI remote function is extremely
powerful. MIDI remote allows the 01V’s motorized
faders to remotely control the internal levels in a
digital audio workstation, and then — at the press of
a button — the faders can be used to edit the internal
parameters of an external effects processor. You can
define which MIDI command can be transmitted along
with fader movement or channel on/off without
affecting the performance of the internal processor.
A TO HOST (RS422) port permits direct
connection to a personal computer without a MIDI
interface. You can also use it to connect two 01Vs for
double the mixing power. The 01V Link function
allows two mixers to behave like one mixer, which
gives you the freedom to build a 48 channel digital
mixdown system.
The 2 onboard professional effects processors include 42 preset programs in the
Effects Library which you can freely edit and then store in 57 user programs.
Besides the 2 onboard effects, the 4 Omni outputs
can be used as additional auxiliary sends. Thus, the
01V has powerful submixing applications with as
many as 6 effects available for signal processing.
The 01V also features channel input delays of up
to 250ms which are useful for microphone-placement
compensation for live recording and video editing.
Channel delays can also be mixed with the dry signal
to provide delay and echo effects. Output delays of up
to 300ms for the stereo and 4 Omni outs are useful for
applications which require delay-compensation on the
outputs.
When a scene memory is recalled, the faders
automatically position themselves to the levels stored.
Likewise, when an aux or effects function is selected,
they position themselves precisely at the send level
settings.
The 01V’s channel Group function lets you
configure 3 separate fader groups and 3 separate mute
groups which work independently so you can build up
complicated mixes quickly. Moving one fader within a
group will automatically adjust the other faders in the
group by the same relative amount. Similarly,
pressing one ON button in a mute group will
automatically turn the other channels in the group on
or off.
A stereo-pairing function is handy for linking
adjacent odd/even number channels, with panning
either independent or “ganged”. When channels are
paired, moving either channel fader will automatically
adjust the other channel level by the same amount.
The 4 aux sends and 4 bus outs can also be paired.
The 01V’s Fade Time function can be used to specify a cross fade time between
0-25 seconds in 0.1 second steps at which fader levels move to their respective
new positions. This can be used to create cross fades between scene recalls.
Fader grouping and channel stereo pairing functions let you control two or more
channel levels by moving only a single fader in the group or pair.
A Local Control function lets you control specific parameters of an external 01V.
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Specifications
General Specifications
Analog Inputs Specifications
Internal: 44.1 kHz
Sampling frequency
External: 44.1 kHz (–10%) to 48 kHz (+6%)
Signal delay
Less than 2.5 ms @fs=44.1 kHz, CH INPUT to ST OUT
Fader
15 x 60 mm motorized
Input
Terminals
PAD
GAIN
CH INPUT
CH 1-12
0
–60
Actual Load
Impedance
0
+6 to –72, –∞ dB (128 steps/60 mm) other faders
Less than 0.1% 20 Hz to 20 kHz, @+14 dB into 600Ω
(Input Gain= Min.)
Less than 0.02% 1 kHz, @+18 dB into 600Ω, CH IN to ST OUT
Frequency response
+1, –3 dB 20 Hz to 20 kHz, @+4 dB into 600Ω
Dynamic range
110 dB typ. DA converter (ST OUT)
(maximum level to noise level)
105 dB typ. AD+DA (to ST OUT)
Hum & Noise
–128 dB Equivalent input noise
(20 Hz to 20 kHz) Rs=150Ω, Input gain= Max.,
Input pad=0 dB, Input sensitivity= –60 dB
Measured with a 6dB/oct filter
@12.7 kHz; equivalent to a 20kHz filter
with an infinite dB/oct attenuation
–94 dB Residual output noise. ST OUT, ST OUT off
–94 dB (98 dB S/N)
–20
10 kΩ
10 kΩ
600Ω Lines
ST OUT, ST fader at nominal level and one
36 dB CH IN (CH 13-16) to ST OUT
Output Terminals
Actual Source For Use With
Impedance
Nominal
–16 dB
(123 mV)
–2 dB
(616 mV)
+4 dB
(1.23 V)
+10 dB
(2.45 V)
+24 dB
(12.3 V)
–26 dB
(38.8 mV)
–20 dB
(77.5 mV)
–6 dB
(388 mV)
+4 dB
(1.23 V)
+10 dB
(2.45 V)
+24 dB
(12.3 V)
–10 dBV
(316 mV)
–10 dBV
(316 mV)
+4 dBV
(1.58 V)
XLR-3-31 type
(Balanced)*1
&
(Balanced)*2
Phone jack (TRS)
(Balanced)*2
RCA Pin jack
(Unbalanced)
–70 dB adjacent input channels (CH 1-12)
–70 dB input to output
99
EQ
80 (40 preset, 40 user)
Effects
99 (42 preset, 57 user)
Dynamics
80 (40 preset, 40 user)
INPUT (1-12)
PAD (0/26), GAIN (–16 to –60)
PHANTOM +48 V switch (simultaneously suplied to CH 1-6, 7-12)
Connector in Console
Max. Before Clip
150Ω
600Ω Lines
+4 dB
(1.23 V)
+18 dB
(6.16 V)
XLR-3-32 type
(Balanced)*1
OMNI OUT [1–4]
150Ω
10 kΩ Lines
+4 dB
(1.23 V)
+18 dB
(6.16 V)
Phone jack
(TRS balanced)*2
2TR OUT [L, R]
600Ω
10 kΩ Lines
–10 dBV
(316 mV)
+4 dBV
(1.58 V)
RCA Pin jack
(Unbalanced)
MONITOR OUT [L, R]
150Ω
10 kΩ Lines
+4 dB
(1.23 V)
+18 dB
(6.16 V)
Phone jack
(TRS balanced)*2
PHONES
100Ω
ST phone jack (TRS)
(Unbalanced)*4
–60 dB adjacent input channels (CH 13-16)
Scene
Output Level
Nominal
STEREO OUT [L, R]
76 dB CH IN (CH 1-12) to MONITOR OUT (via ST bus)
Controls Analog section
–22 dB
(61.6 mV)
Analog Outputs Specifications
70 dB CH IN (CH 1-12) to OMNI(AUX) OUT (via pre input fader)
Memory/Libraries
–46 dB
(3.88 mV)
CH IN faders at minimum level.
–64 dB (68 dB S/N)
70 dB CH IN (CH 1-12) to ST OUT/OMNI(BUS) OUT
Crosstalk (@1 kHz)
–60 dB
(775 µV)
600Ω Lines
+10
2TR IN (L, R)
–66 dB
(388 µV)
Phone jack (TRS)
26
CH INPUT
CH 13-16
Connector in
Nominal Max. Before Clip Console
ST OUT, ST fader at nominal level and all
CH IN fader at nominal level.
Maximum voltage gain
Mics &
600Ω Lines
3 kΩ
–16
0 to –96, –∞ dB (128 steps/60 mm) ST OUT fader
Total harmonic distortion
Sensitivity
50–600Ω
0 to –72, –∞ dB (128 steps/60 mm) master faders except ST OUT
Fader resolution
Input level
For Use With
Nominal
8Ω phones
4 mW
25 mW
40Ω phones
12 mW
75 mW
*1: STEREO OUT XLR-type connectors are balanced (pin 1 = GND, pin 2 = HOT, pin 3 = COLD).
INPUT (13/14)
GAIN (+10 to –20)
*2: BUS, AUX, and MONITOR OUT TRS phone jacks are balanced (tip = HOT, ring = COLD, sleeve = GND).
INPUT (15/16)
GAIN (+10 to –20), INPUT SELECT (15/16, 2TR IN)
*3: Input channel insert connections are unbalanced (tip = SEND, ring = RETURN, sleeve = GND).
OUTPUT
MONITOR SELECT (2TR IN, MONITOR)
*4: The PHONES stereo phone jack is unbalanced (tip = LEFT, ring = RIGHT, sleeve = GND).
MONITOR LEVEL CONTROL
*5: When dB represents a specific voltage, 0 dB is referenced to 0.775 V rms.
PHONES LEVEL CONTROL
*6: For REC OUT levels, 0 dBV is referenced to 1.00 V rms.
Digital section ON & SEL Keys
CH 1-12, CH 13/14, CH 15/16
STEREO/MASTER (AUX 1-4, EFFECT 1, 2), RETURN 1, 2
FADERS
CH 1-12, CH 13/14, CH 15/16
STEREO/MASTER (AUX 1-4, EFFECT 1, 2)
ENCODERS
RETURN 1, 2
SOLO Keys
CH 1-12, CH 13/14, CH 15/16, RETURN 1, 2
FADER MODE Keys
HOME, EFFECT 1, EFFECT 2, OPTION I/O, REMOTE, AUX 1,
Terminals
AUX2, AUX 3, AUX 4
SELECTED CHANNEL
EQ Keys
HIGH, HI-MID, LO-MID, LOW
ENCODERS
PAN, F (EQ), G (EQ)
INPUT CONTROL Keys EQ/ATT, Ø/DELAY, DYNAMICS, PAN/ROUTING, VIEW
SET UP Keys
Format
Level
DIGITAL STEREO IN (COAXIAL)
IEC-60958
24-bit
0.5 Vpp (75Ω)
RCA Pin jack
DIGITAL STEREO OUT (COAXIAL)
IEC-60958
24-bit
0.5 Vpp (75Ω)
RCA Pin jack
UTILITY, MIDI, SETUP, MEMORY
DATA ENTRY
Display
Digital I/O Specifications
TO HOST
Connector
—
RS-422
ENCODER
PARAMETER (24 detents/rotation)
KEYS
+1/INC, –1/DEC, ENTER (push to fix parameter)
MIDI IN
MIDI
—
DIN Connector 5P
CURSOR Keys
LEFT, RIGHT, UP, DOWN
MIDI THRU
MIDI
—
DIN Connector 5P
LCD
320 x 80 dots
MIDI OUT
MIDI
—
DIN Connector 5P
Graphic LCD w/backlight and a contrast control pot.
LEDs
mini DIN Connector 8P
ST OUT meter, 12 elements x 2
SOLO mode LED
Power Requirements
U.S.A. & Canada
120 V AC, 60 Hz
European
230 V AC, 50 Hz
Power Consumption
70 W
Dimensions (W x H x D)
430 x 148 x 520 mm (16.9” x 5.8” x 20.4”)
Weight
12.5 kg (27.5 lbs)
Security cover
Four M3 fixing holes for user-made cover
TEAC, TASCAM are registered trademarks of TEAC Corporation.
ADAT, ALESIS are registered trademarks of Alesis Corporation.
ADAT Digital Interface is a trademark of Alesis Corporation.
*Specifications and appearance subject to change without notice.
Yamaha PA Web Site
http://www.yamaha.co.jp/product/proaudio/homeenglish/
For details please contact:
LPA400
Printed in Japan
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