Yamaha MSS1 Owner's manual

Yamaha MSS1 Owner's manual
 YAMAHA
SYNCHRONISEUR MIDI
MIDI SYNCHRONIZER
OWNER'S MANUAL
MANUEL D'UTILISATION
BEDIENUNGSANLEITUNG
Congratulations on your acquisition of a Yamaha MSS1 MIDI Synchronizer! The MSS1
can precisely lock any clock-driven MIDI device to SMPTE time code replayed from
a multitrack, video tape or other SMPTE source, and it’s fully compatible with all four
SMPTE formats (30, 30 drop-frame, 25 or 24 frames/sec.). It even has its own precision
SMPTE time code generator built-in. A large 10-bank song memory offers plenty of
capacity for any application, and a chain mode automatically plays banks in sequence
allowing tempo and other changes to be made in the course of a single recording.
Internal memory data can also be saved to external RAM4 data cartridges for high-
volume, long-term storage. For extra MIDI control versatility, the MSS1 can be pro-
grammed to transmit MIDI program change and control change data at any specified
times. A number of utility and control functions are provided to make overall operation
as easy and as versatile as possible.
In order to obtain optimum performance from your MSS1, we urge you to continue
reading this operation manual.
CONTENTS
PRECAUTIONS ......................ceseceeieencecece reee renereec eee eee TO 4
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SETTING THE TIME CODE FRAME RATE..................eeexexvenennes ennuercanenrecocecocenronareeceraroanaone serena 8
GENERATING AND RECORDING THE TIME CODE.......................e.essecrreorrrcecencecececencecocernreene.. 9
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3: RECORDING THE SYNC TEMPO DATA..................eemeeeereeerenacareee reee neec re cenecennecene remeras 11
TEMPO DATA AND THE MSS1 INTERNAL MEMORY CONFIGURATIÓN............................ 11
SELECTING AND NAMING A BANK FOR RECORDING ...............e.e.eecereccccrcecenecerenenenrencontnene 11
NAMING THE CURRENTLY SELECTED BANK -...............ecencrcenaroineciccereeeo annsuss sans erasassanaaaaaeeee ns 12
SETTING THE TIME SIGNATURE ...................e.eesrieneseccacaccorercecencereeenenenerenenescenencocnerenencavenenececene. 13
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TEMPO RECORDING METHOD 1 — TIME CODE + CLICK TRACK FROM TAPE................ 15
TEMPO RECORDING METHOD 2 — TIME CODE FROM TAPE OR
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LOCATING A SPECIFIED MEASURE/BEAT USING THE SONG CUE FUNCTION................ 25
REPLACING TEMPO DATA...........eecececcerccccrnccceorercaooreoneveneasnneanosanereeenveo rencor ececeneeneneceeaceccene eran. 25
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DELETING TEMPO DATA...............ee.eeeercccrrecccccecaooroneneeecernecenenorenaarenoreeneee enero ener eee 26
INSERTING TEMPO DATA..................e..ecececacaccceonveccacicanerrecrececrrnaceroceneconeeereneneenne nene ore er enero. 27
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MIDI EVENT SEQUENCE RECORDING METHOD 1 — TIME CODE FROM TAPE OR
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MIDI EVENT SEQUENCE RECORDING METHOD 2 — STEP RECORDING................. een. 33
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7: EXTERNAL DATA STORAGE AND RETRIEVAL ......................eeeemeere Ds 38
FORMATTING A NEW RAM4 DATA CARTRIDGE...............rrrreemenesenecerreeeon ene eee eee 0e 38
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PRECAUTIONS
1. AVOID EXCESSIVE HEAT, HUMIDITY, DUST AND VIBRATION
Keep the unit away from locations where it is likely to be exposed to high temperatures or humidity -- such as
near radiators, stoves, etc. Also avoid locations which are subject to excessive dust accumulation or vibration which
could cause mechanical damage.
2. AVOID PHYSICAL SHOCKS
Strong physical shocks to the unit can cause damage. Handle it with care.
3. DO NOT OPEN THE CASE OR ATTEMPT REPAIRS OR MODIFICATIONS YOURSELF
This product contains no user-serviceable parts. Refer all maintenance to qualified Yamaha service personnel.
Opening the case and/or tampering with the internal circuitry will void the warranty.
4. MAKE SURE POWER IS OFF BEFORE MAKING OR REMOVING CONNECTIONS
Always turn the power OFF prior to connecting or disconnecting cables. This is important to prevent damage to
the unit itself as well as other connected equipment.
5. HANDLE CABLES CAREFULLY
Always plug and unplug cables -- including the AC cord -- by gripping the connector, not the cord.
6. CLEAN WITH A SOFT DRY CLOTH
Never use solvents such as benzine or thinner to clean the unit. Wipe clean with a soft, dry cloth.
7. ALWAYS USE THE CORRECT POWER SUPPLY
Make sure that the power supply voltage specified on the rear panel matches your local AC mains supply.
U.S./Canadian Model: 110 -- 120 V AC, 50/60 Hz General Model: 220 -- 240 V AC, 50/60 Hz
8 ELECTRICAL INTERFERENCE
Since the MSS1 contains digital circuitry, it may cause interference and noise if placed too close to TV sets, radios
or similar equipment. If such a problem does occur, move the MSS1 further away from the affected equipment.
9. BACKUP BATTERY
The MSS1 contains a long-life lithium battery which maintains the contents of the RAM memory even when the
unit is turned OFF. With normal use the battery should last for approximately 5 years. If battery failure occurs, have
the battery replaced by a qualified Yamaha service center. Do not attempt to replace the battery yourself!
10. POWER-ON PROCEDURE
Always turn the MSS1 power ON first in a chain of connected MIDI devices. This is to prevent random data sometimes
generated at power-on from being transmitted to subsequent devices.
1: CONTROLS AND CONNECTIONS
Controls and Displays
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2 SONG SELECT 2 SONG SELECT “2 SONG SELECT 7 BANK DELETE 2 SONG SELECT "2 5MPTE READ TEST __ 7 SAVE
3 TOTAL TIME 3 TIME SIGNATURE 3 TOTAL TIME 3 TOTAL TIME 3 INTERVAL TIME 8 LOAD
_4 TIME SIGNATURE — 4 CHAINEDN A COUNT IN 9 INDEPENDENT PLAY
5 SMPTE OFFSET 5 DEVICE NUMBER 10 MIDI EVENT MODE
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O MESSAGESIDATA Display (LCD)
This 16-character backlit liquid -crystal display shows the MSS1's operating modes,
some programming data and user prompts when needed.
O Time Code Display
The upper LED TIME CODE display shows SMPTE time code values in hours,
minutes, seconds, frames and bits.
© MIDI Data Display
In the recording and playback modes, the lower LED MIDI display shows bank,
measure, beat and tempo data. In the MIDI event mode, the same display areas
show command type, step number, MIDI channel number and command data.
@ SYNC LOCK Indicator
This green LED indicator shows whether the MSS1 is in its internal non-sync or
sync (chase) mode. The SYNC LOCK indicator is off while the MSS1 is waiting
for time code data from tape, and lights when the MSS1 is locked to the received
data.
O Mode Keys
These 5 keys select the MSS1's PLAY, RECORD, EDIT, CHAIN and GENERATOR
modes.
O UTILITY Key
The UTILITY key selects a list of utility functions including data storage and retrieval,
and a SMPTE read test.
@ Function Keys
These 6 keys access the JOB, SONG CUE, TIME CUE, BANK, CHASE and MET-
RONOME keys. While in the EDIT mode, the last 4 keys in this row access the
REPLACE, COPY, DELETE and INSERT editing functions.
O 10-key Numeric Entry Pad
A 10-key numeric entry pad for entering virtually all types of data required by the
MSS1 is included on the front panel. The <NO and YES> keys allow YES/NO
selection of certain types of data as well as incrementing and decrementing data.
© START & STOP Keys
The START and STOP keys, as their names imply, START and STOP most of the
MSS1's major functions such as recording and playback. The STOP key is also
used to cancel or exit from almost any function.
D RUN and METRONOME LEDs
The RUN LED lights while the MSS1 is recording or playing, and the METRONOME
LED provides a visual tempo display.
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The MIDI IN connector receives MIDI data from an external MIDI device. This is
useful for reloading data which has been bulk-dumped from the MSS1 to an external
MIDI data recorder or similar storage device using the MSS1's MIDI BULK OUT
function. The two MIDI OUT connectors transmit MIDI timing data and control
change/program change messages to the MIDI device to be synchronized by the
MSS1. Internally generated MIDI data is selectively merged with data received at
the MIDI IN connector and delivered via MIDI OUT.
@ FOOT SW Jack
A Yamaha FC4/FC5 footswitch or equivalent connected to this jack can be used
for foot control of the MSS1 START and STOP functions.
© METRONOME OUT Jack
This 1/4” mono phone jack transmits the MSS1 metronome signal to an external
amplifier or tape recorder. The internal metronome speaker is shut off when a plug
Is inserted into this jack.
O SMPTE IN and OUT Jacks
These 1/4" mono phone jacks receive and transmit the SMPTE time code from
and to the video or audio recorder used with the MSS1. The SMPTE QUT jack
transmits SMPTE time code from MSS1's internal generator.
O CLICK IN Jack and LEVEL Control
The 1/4” mono CLICK IN phone jack receives the click track signal from the tape
to which the MIDI device is to be synchronized in order to compute and generate
appropriate MIDI timing data. The LEVEL control adjusts the sensitivity of the CLICK
IN input for reliable operation.
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2: TIME CODE
— “SMPTE” is an acronym that stands for Society of Motion Picture and Television
SMPTE TIME CODE Engineers, and the SMPTE Time Code is a standard adopted by this organization
in 1969 for the synchronization of audio, video and film reproduction equipment
(although its primary use was in video). SMPTE time code is an “absolute” time
addressing system since it consists of data which specifies a precise time in hours,
minutes, seconds and frames. The number of frames per second used depends on
the application: 30 frames per second (fps) for monochrome NTSC-standard TV,
29.97 frames per second (drop-frame) for color NTSC-standard TV, 25 frames per
second for European PAL-standard TV, and 24 frames per second for film. Thus,
using the 30 fps rate, 30 complete time addresses (hours, minutes, seconds and
frames) are recorded on every second's worth of tape. A single time address is
generally referred to as a “frame,” and each time-code frame consists of 80 data
bits.
Before using the MSS1 to record or read time code, it must be set to use the ap-
SETTING THE TIME propriate frame rate. The rate you choose will be determined by your own appli-
CODE FRAME RATE cation. If the rate is unimportant (i.e. you won't be dealing with tapes or equipment
which function with a specific or variable rates), then the factory-programmed 30
fps rate is a good choice.
1. From either the RECORD, EDIT or GENERATOR mode (if you are not in one
of these modes, first press the RECORD, EDIT or GENERATOR key), press the
UTILITY key.
2. Note that the FRAME/S job is number 1 in the UTILITY job list printed at the
top right of the panel. If a number other than (01) appears following the “UTL
NO. :” display on the LCD, press the “1” key on the 10-key numeric entry pad.
Press the ENTER key to call the selected utility job.
4. Use the NO and YES keys to select either the 30, 30DF (drop frame), 25 or
24 FRAME/S rate.
5. Press the ENTER key to set the selected frame rate and exit from the UTILITY
mode.
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GENERATING AND
RECORDING THE
TIME CODE
If you're dealing with tape -- audio or video -- on which the time code has already
been recorded, this step is not necessary. If you're starting with blank tape, however,
the first step is to record the time code on one track of the tape. On a multitrack
audio tape one of the outermost tracks are usually used -- normally the highest-
numbered track. Time code is recorded on an audio or “cue” track of a video tape.
You should always record a segment of time code just a little longer than the music
to be worked on, or record time code for the entire length of the tape.
1. Make sure the SMPTE OUT terminal is connected to the appropriate input on
your audio or video recorder.
2. Press the GENERATOR key.
3. Press the JOB key.
4. Note that START TIME is job number 1 on the GENERATOR job list printed
at the top of the MSS1 panel. If a number other than (1) appears following
the “JOB NO. :” display on the LCD, enter “1” via the 10-key numeric entry
pad.
Press the ENTER key to call the START TIME job.
6. Enter the desired start hour via the 10-key pad when the “Set hour” display
appears on the LCD, then press ENTER.
7. Enter the desired start minute via the 10-key pad when the “Set minute” display
appears on the LCD, then press ENTER.
8. Enter the desired start second via the 10-key pad when the “Set second” display
appears on the LCD, then press ENTER.
9. Enter the desired start frame via the 10-key pad when the “Set frame” display
appears on the LCD, then press ENTER.
10. Press the START key to begin time code generation from the specified time.
11. Press the STOP key to end time code generation.
e Press the STOP key to exit and cancel at any stage before the last step is per-
formed.
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TEST
This handy test has been incorporated to let you check that the time code has been
properly recorded on the tape and can be read accurately.
1. Make sure that the appropriate output from the recorder is connected to the
MSS1 SMPTE IN terminal. The MSS1 will accept time code signal levels be-
tween about -24 and +4 dB.
Press the UTILITY key and enter the number “2” via the 10-key pad.
3. Press ENTER: “SMPTE READ TEST” will appear for a few seconds, then the
“Waiting!” display will appear.
Rewind and play back the tape on which the time code track has been recorded.
5. If the time code is properly read the SYNC LOCK indicator will light and the
received time code will be displayed on the TIME CODE LED display.
6. Press the STOP key to exit the SMPTE READ TEST.
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3: RECORDING THE SYNC TEMPO DATA
TEMPO DATA AND THE
MSS1 INTERNAL
MEMORY
CONFIGURATION
SELECTING AND
NAMING A BANK
FOR RECORDING
The main purpose of the MSS1 is to generate MIDI timing signals which are
synchronized to a SMPTE time code signal received from an audio or video tape.
The MID! timing signals generated are used to synchronize MIDI equipment (se-
quencers, rhythm programmers, a digital mixer such as the Yamaha DMP7 Digital
Mixing Processor, etc.) to material recorded on tape. Since the SMPTE time code
provides a precise time index but no tempo information, the tempo data required
by the music being worked on must be recorded into the MSS1's internal memory.
Tempo data can be recorded using any of the three methods outlined below.
The MSS1 has 10 internal memory “BANKS,” each of which can be individually
selected, given a title, and used to record tempo data. The data for ten 10 individual
“pieces” can therefore be separately recorded, selected and played back. The BANKS
can also be played back in sequence using the CHAIN PLAY function described
in the next section. A total of 7178 beats can be recorded in all 10 BANKS (max.
7168 in one bank). In terms of playing time, that's approximately 60 minutes at a
tempo of 120 in 4/4 time.
Selecting a Bank (0 — 9)
1. Press the BANK key. If the “Set bank” display does not appear on the LCD,
press the STOP key to exit whichever mode the MSS1 was in and press the
BANK key again.
Enter the number of the desired bank via the 10-key pad (0 — 9). The entered
bank number will be displayed on the BANK/COMMAND area of the MIDI
data LED display. The YES> and <NO keys can also be used to move between
banks.
3. Press ENTER to set the selected bank and exit the bank selection mode.
e Press the STOP key to exit and cancel at any stage before the last step.is per-
formed.
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NAMING THE
CURRENTLY
SELECTED BANK
Although it's not necessary to do this, giving an appropriate name to each bank
recorded makes it easier to identify their contents later (e.g. “INTRO,” “BALLAD,”
etc.). Bank names can be a maximum of 8 characters in length.
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In either the EDIT, RECORD or PLAY mode, press the JOB key.
Note that BANK NAME is number 1 in the EDIT job list printed at the top of
the MSS1 panel. Enter the number “1” via the 10-key pad.
Press ENTER to select the BANK NAME EDIT job. The “NAME :” display will
appear and an underline cursor will appear under the first character position.
A down-arrow in the rightmost character position indicates that the lower-case
character mode is selected, while an up-arrow indicates the upper-case mode.
Use the NO and YES keys to select the upper or lower-case character set.
Enter the first character of the bank name. Each of the numeric entry keys (0
— 9) accesses a number and three characters in sequence, as follows:
KEY ACCESSES
(Upper case mode)
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3 3JKL
4 4 MNO
5 5 POR
6 6 STU
7 7 VWX
8 8 Y Z (Space)
9 9 # & +
Move the cursor to the next character position by pressing the START key.
The STOP key can be used to move the cursor back to a previous character
position.
Enter the next character and continue until the name is complete.
Press ENTER to set the name and exit the BANK NAME mode.
e If job 1 (BANK NAME) is selected in the CHAIN PLAY mode, the programmed
bank name will be displayed for a few seconds but no changes can be made.
EDIT RECORD PLAY
Naming (steps 4-7)
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SETTING THE TIME
SIGNATURE
The MSS1 must be programmed with the time signature of the piece in order to
produce the correct MEASURE and BEAT displays as well as MIDI song position
pointer output. The MIDI song position pointer transmitted via the MID! QUT
terminal is used to lock the measure and beat positions of compatible MIDI se-
quencers, drum machines and other equipment to those of the MSS1, so the MIDI
device driven will accurately “follow” the operation of the MSS1. The MSS1 permits
changing time signatures during the course of a piece by specifying different time
signatures at different measure numbers.
Setting the Starting Time Signature
1.
In the EDIT mode (press the EDIT key) press the JOB key and select job number
4: TIME SIGNATURE (press JOB, enter “4” then press ENTER). The default
4/4 time signature for measure 1 will be displayed on the LCD.
To change the starting (measure 1) time signature, press the EDIT-REPLACE
(TIME CUE) key.
Select the first figure of the time signature using the YES and NO keys, or directly
enter the number via the 10-key pad (numbers 1 through 16 are acceptable).
Press ENTER.
Select the second figure of the time signature using the YES and NO keys, or
enter the figure directly via the 10-key pad (2, 4, 8 and 16 are acceptable).
Press ENTER.
Press the STOP key to exit the time signature mode, or go on to the “Inserting
a Time Signature Change” steps below.
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After entering the EDIT mode and selecting job 4 (see step 1, above), press
the EDIT-INSERT (METRONOME) key. Measure and time signature values
of zero will appear on the LCD.
Select the measure number at which the time signature change is to occur using
the YES> and <NO keys, or enter the measure number directly using the 10-key
pad.
Press ENTER.
Select the first figure of the time signature using the YES and NO keys, or directly
enter the number via the 10-key pad (numbers 1 through 16 are acceptable).
Press ENTER.
Select the second figure of the time signature using the YES and NO keys, or
enter the figure directly via the 10-key pad (2, 4, 8 and 16 are acceptable).
Press ENTER.
Press the STOP key twice to exit the time signature mode, or go back to step
2 to insert more changes.
EDIT MODE
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ENTER
More insert changes ` ;
| STOP | Press once or twice
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TEMPO RECORDING
METHOD 1 — TIME CODE
+ CLICK TRACK FROM
TAPE
Deleting a Time Signature Change
1.
After entering the EDIT mode and selecting job 4 (see step 1, above), use the
YES> and <NO keys to scroil forward and backward through the list of time
signature changes until you locate the change to be deleted.
Press the EDIT-DELETE (CHASE) key. The MSS1 will ask you to confirm your
intention to delete the selected time signature change with the “Sure? (Yes/No)”
display.
Press the YES key to delete the selected change, or the NO key to cancel.
Press the STOP key to exit the time signature mode, or go back to step 1 to
delete more changes.
e The measure 1 time signature can not be deleted. It can only be REPLACED
as described in “Setting the Starting Time Signature,” above.
EDIT MODE
Job 4 selection
Locate the change to be deleted
| CHASE | |
Sure? (Yes/No)
Press YES or NO
To delete more changes \ 7
STOP
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This method of recording tempo data is ideal when you have both a time code track
and click (tempo) track recorded on the master tape. The click track can be created
by recording the metronome output from a MIDI sequence recorder or similar device.
N
Make sure that the outputs from both the time code track and click track on
the recorder are connected to the SMPTE IN and CLICK IN terminals on the
MSS1, respectively.
Press the RECORD key to enter the RECORD mode.
If the SYNC LOCK indicator is not lit, press the CHASE key, press the YES key
to select <ON>, then press ENTER to set the CHASE mode ON and return to
the RECORD mode. The SYNC LOCK indicator should now be lit.
Press the START key. The SYNC LOCK indicator will go out and the “Waiting!”
display will appear on the LCD.
Play back the tape from a point a few seconds before the beginning of the
music to be recorded. When the MSS1 locks on to the received time code, the
SYNC LOCK indicator will light and the TIME CODE LED display will display
the received time code data. When the click track is received the MIDI MEA-
SURE, BEAT and TEMPO displays will follow according to the programmed
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TEMPO RECORDING
METHOD 2 — TIME CODE
FROM TAPE OR
INTERNAL TIME
CODE + MANUAL TAP
time signature (see “SETTING THE TIME SIGNATURE,” above). As each beat
is recorded, the remaining memory display to the right of the LCD is decremented
by one. Recording is stopped automatically when the memory display reaches
0000.
6. When the click track ends, press the MSS1 STOP key to automatically exit the
RECORD mode and enter the PLAY mode. Stop and rewind the tape recorder.
RECORD |
No SYNC LOCK indication r—> SYNC LOCK indication ON
Waiting!
Piayback
0000
©
These two similar recording methods are ideal if a recorded click track is not available.
The second version permits recording tempo data without receiving a time code
signal from the master tape, and thus saves time as well as wear-and-tear on the
master tape.
Time Code from Tape + Manual Tap
1. Make sure that the output from the time code track on the recorder is connected
to the SMPTE IN terminal on the MSS1.
2. Press the RECORD key to enter the RECORD mode.
3. If the SYNC LOCK indicator is not lit, press the CHASE key, press the YES key
to select <ON>, then press ENTER to set the CHASE mode ON and return to
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the RECORD mode. The SYNC LOCK indicator should now be lit.
Press the START key. The SYNC LOCK indicator will go out and the “Waiting!”
display will appear on the LCD.
Play back the tape from a point a few seconds before the beginning of the
music to be recorded. When the MSS1 locks on to the received time code, the
SYNC LOCK indicator will light and the TIME CODE LED display will display
the received time code data.
Tap the START key at the desired tempo to record the tempo data. Tap-enter
the tempo for the entire length of the piece to be recorded. The MIDI MEASURE,
BEAT and TEMPO displays will follow according to the programmed time
signature (see “SETTING THE TIME SIGNATURE,” on page 13). As each beat
is recorded, the remaining memory display to the right of the LCD is decremented
by one. Recording is stopped automatically when the memory display reaches
0000.
When the tempo for the entire piece has been “tapped in,” press the MSS1
STOP key to automatically exit the RECORD mode and enter the PLAY mode.
Stop and rewind the tape recorder.
==
No SYNC LOCK LL F— SYNC LOCK indication ON
A CHASE —
|
START |
{
Waiting!
Playback
“TAP IN”
STOP
Internal Time Code + Manual Tap
1.
2.
Press the RECORD key to enter the RECORD mode.
If the SYNC LOCK indicator is lit, press the CHASE key, press the NO key to
select <OFF>, then press ENTER to set CHASE OFF and return to the RECORD
mode. The SYNC LOCK indicator should now be out.
Press the START key. The internal time code generator will begin running and
the time code will be displayed on the TIME CODE LED display.
Tap the START key at the desired tempo to record the tempo data. Tap-enter
the tempo for the entire length of the piece to be recorded. The MIDI MEASURE,
BEAT and TEMPO displays will follow according to the programmed time
signature (see “SETTING THE TIME SIGNATURE,” on page 13). As each beat
is recorded, the remaining memory display to the right of the LCD is decremented
by one. Recording is stopped automatically when the memory display reaches
0000.
When the tempo for the entire piece has been “tapped in,” press the MSS1
STOP key to automatically exit the RECORD mode and enter the PLAY mode.
[re]
D
SYNC LOCK indication ON r——> SYNC LOCK indication OFF
El,
“TAP IN”
STOP |
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TEMPO RECORDING
METHOD 3 — STEP
RECORDING
This method will only work if the currently selected bank contains no previous-
ly-recorded data.
1.
2.
3.
Press the EDIT key to enter the EDIT mode.
Press the START key. The “Recording:(7168)” display will appear on the LCD,
the TIME CODE display will go out and the MIDI TEMPO display will go out.
Enter the starting tempo via the 10-key pad. The TEMPO figure may also be
incremented or decremented using the YES> and <NO keys.
Press the ENTER key once for each beat you wish to record at the previously
entered tempo. The MIDI MEASURE and BEAT displays will advance according
to the programmed time signature (see "SETTING THE TIME SIGNATURE,”
on page 13). As each beat is recorded, the remaining memory display to the
right of the LCD is decremented by one. Recording is stopped automatically
when the memory display reaches 0000. A new tempo value can be entered
on any beat.
When the required number of beats and tempo changes have been entered,
press the STOP key to exit the step recording mode and return to the EDIT
mode.
Cet,
mE : (7168) (Remaining memory)
Enter o tempo
E
Press for each beat
STOP
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RECORDING WITH A
COUNT-IN
Frequently, a click track will have a one-bar count-in which you do not want to
record as tempo data. The UTILITY mode COUNT IN function allows you to specify
a count-in of any number of beats for the first two tempo recording methods de-
scribed above.
1. From the RECORD or EDIT mode (press the RECORD or EDIT key) press the
UTILITY key, enter “4” via the 10-key pad and press ENTER.
2 Enter the desired number of beats for the count-in via the 10- key pad or by
using the YES> and <NO keys.
3. Press ENTER to exit.
e Press the STOP key to exit and cancel at any stage before the last step is per-
formed.
RECORD EDIT
NL
ES
Enter "A"
| ENTER SO |
Ÿ
COUNT IN: 00 bt
|
Enter no. of beats
ex
S
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4: PLAYBACK
E
Two modes of playback are available: non-sync and chase. In the former case, playback is based on internally
generated time code and can be used for rehearsing and refining playback of the recorded tempo data. The second,
chase (synchronized) mode, is used to synchronize the MSS1 to audio or video tape playback.
NON-S YNC
PLAYBACK
CHASE-MODE
S YNCHRONIZED
PLAYBACK
1.
WN
Press the PLAY key to enter the PLAY mode.
If the SYNC LOCK indicator is lit, press the CHASE key, press the NO key to
select <OFF>, then press ENTER to set the CHASE mode OFF and return to
the PLAY mode. The SYNC LOCK indicator should now be out.
Press the START key. The internal time code generator will begin running and
the current time will be displayed on the TIME CODE LED display. The pro-
grammed MIDI tempo data will be transmitted via the MIDI OUT terminal in
synchronization with the internally generated time code.
Playback will stop when the end of the recorded tempo data is reached. The
STOP key may be pressed to stop playback at any time.
SYNC LOCK indication ON — SYNC indication OFF
PLAY
Make sure that the output from the time code track on the recorder is connected
to the SMPTE IN terminal on the MSS1.
Press the PLAY key to enter the PLAY mode.
If the SYNC LOCK indicator is not lit, press the CHASE key, press the YES key
to select <ON>, then press ENTER to set the CHASE mode ON and return to
the PLAY mode. The SYNC LOCK indicator should now be lit.
Press the START key. The SYNC LOCK indicator will go out and the “Waiting!”
display will appear on the LCD.
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5. Play back the tape from a point a few seconds before the beginning of the
music. When the MSS1 locks on to the received time code, the SYNC LOCK
indicator will light and the TIME CODE LED display will display the received
time code data. The programmed MIDI tempo data will be transmitted via the
MIDI OUT terminal in synchronization with the received time code.
6. Playback will stop when the end of the recorded tempo data is reached. The
STOP key may be pressed to stop playback at any time.
DZ
No SYNC LOCK indication r—— — —» SYNC indication ON
Waiting!
Playback
STOP upon reaching
end of data or
N
The TIME CUE and SONG CUE functions can be used to specify a time-code time
STARTING or specific measure/beat from which to begin playback. It is also possible to use
PLAYBACK FROM A the YES> and <NO keys to locate a specific time or cue position for playback.
SPECIFIED POSITION +. . cue
1. Press the TIME CUE key.
2. Enter the desired start hour via the 10-key pad when the “Set hour” display
appears on the LCD, then press ENTER.
3. Enter the desired start minute via the 10-key pad when the “Set minute” display
appears on the LCD, then press ENTER.
4. Enter the desired start second via the 10-key pad when the “Set second” display
appears on the LCD, then press ENTER.
5. Press the START key to begin playback from the specified time in the non-chase
mode. If in the chase mode (SYNC LOCK indicator ON), the “Waiting!” display
will appear on the LCD and playback will begin when the time code corre-
sponding to the programmed time cue is received from the tape.
e Press the STOP key to exit and cancel at any stage before the last step is per-
formed.
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| TIME CUE |
BELLA J
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Set ва
ed
Set second
Enter + hour
Enter start second
ST E.
Set minute
Enter start minute | START 5.
Song Cue
1. Press the SONG CUE key.
2. Enter the desired start measure via the 10-key pad when the “Set measure”
display appears on the LCD, then press ENTER.
3. Enter the desired start beat via the 10-key pad when the “Set beat” display
appears on the LCD, then press ENTER.
4. Press the START key to begin playback from the specified measure and beat
in the non-chase mode. If in the chase mode (SYNC LOCK indicator ON), the
“Waiting!” display will appear on the LCD and playback will begin when the
time code corresponding to the position of the programmed measure and beat
IS received from the tape.
e Press the STOP key to exit and cancel at any stage before the last step is per-
formed.
|
Set measure
Enter start measure
Set beat
Enter start beat
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CHAIN EDIT &
PLAYBACK
The CHAIN modes permits automatic sequential playback of any or all of the the
MSS1's 10 banks, in any order. Before using the CHAIN PLAY function, a chain
playback sequence must be set up using the CHAIN EDIT job.
1.
o
Press the CHAIN key (the “CHAIN PLAY” display should appear on the LCD),
press the JOB key, enter “4” via the 10-key pad and press ENTER. The “CHAIN
EDIT” display will appear for a few seconds, and then then “CHAIN: “ display.
The desired chain sequence is entered following the colon (:) in the “CHAIN:
“ display. The first bank to be played in the chain is entered using the 10-key
pad or YES> and <NO keys.
Move the cursor to the next chain bank location by pressing the START key.
The cursor can be moved back one step by pressing the STOP key.
Continue entering the numbers of the banks to be played in the corresponding
sequence -- up to a total of ten steps in the chain. The same bank may be entered
twice: e.g. “1231.”
Press ENTER to return to the CHAIN PLAY mode.
Press START to begin chain playback.
|
CHAIN
PO
CE
Enter “4”
|
X
TS
CHAIN EDIT
—
1 :
Enter chain mad (steps 2-4)
CN
Y
CHAIN PLAY
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5: EDITING
The MSS1 editing mode makes it possible to make changes to recorded tempo data. You can replace tempo data
at specific measure/beats, copy a block of tempo data from any portion of a recorded piece to any other, delete
tempo data at specific measure/beats, or insert new tempo data.
LOCATING A
SPECIFIED
MEASURE [BEAT
1.
Press the SONG CUE key.
Enter the desired measure via the 10-key pad when the “Set measure” display
appears on the LCD, then press ENTER.
Enter the desired beat via the 10-key pad when the “Set beat” display appears
on the LCD, then press ENTER.
USING THE SONG e Press the STOP key to exit and cancel at any stage before the last step is per-
CUE FUNCTION
REPLACING TEMPO
DATA
3.
4.
formed.
| SONG CUE |
EEN
Set measure
| Y
Set beat
| Enter beat
Enter measure
[5 A
CO
In the EDIT mode (press the EDIT key), use the YES> and <NO keys or the
SONG CUE function to locate the measure and beat at which a new tempo
value is to be programmed. °
Press the EDIT-REPLACE (TIME CUE) key. The MIDI TEMPO display will
go out.
Enter the new tempo value for the currently displayed location via the 10-key
pad or by using the YES> and <NO keys.
Press the ENTER key.
e Press the STOP key to exit and cancel at any stage before the last step is per-
formed. [o]
Locate measure and beat
TIME CUE |
[ve cue
|
Enter tempo value
Eel
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COPYING TEMPO
DATA
DELETING TEMPO
DATA
о —
8.
9.
In the EDIT mode (press the EDIT key), press the EDIT-COPY (BANK) key.
Enter the number of the measure at the beginning of the block you wish to
copy via the 10-key pad or by using the YES> and <NO keys.
Press ENTER.
Enter the number of the measure at the end of the block you wish to copy via
the 10-key pad or by using the YES> and <NO keys.
Press ENTER.
Enter the number of times you want the specified block to be copied via the
10-key pad or by using the YES> and <NO keys.
Press ENTER.
Enter the number of the measure to which the specified block is to be copied
via the 10-key pad or by using the YES> and <NO keys.
Press ENTER.
e Press the STOP key to exit and cancel at any stage before the last step is per-
3.
4.
formed.
| EDIT |
|
Y
| Enter no. of times to be copied
Enter first measure of block to be copied
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ii
Po —
tr pp EEE
Enter measure to copy to
Enter last measure of block to be copied |
| ENTER |
In the EDIT mode (press the EDIT key), use the YES> and <NO keys or the
SONG CUE function to locate to the measure and beat from which the tempo
value is to be deleted.
Press the EDIT-DELETE (CHASE) key. The “Sure? (Yes/No)” display will
appear on the LCD.
Press the YES key to delete the currently displayed tempo data, or the NO key
to cancel.
All tempo data from the delete location forward is moved back one beat.
e Press the STOP key to exit and cancel at any stage before the last step is per-
formed.
| EDIT | |
Locate measure and beat
| CHASE | °
Y
Sure? (Yes/No)
YES to delete NO to cancel
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INSERTING TEMPO
DATA
— ió
BANK DELETE
In the EDIT mode (press the EDIT key), use the YES> and <NO keys or the
SONG CUE function to locate to the measure and beat at which a new tempo
value is to be inserted.
Press the EDIT-INSERT (METRONOME) key. The MIDI TEMPO display will
go out.
Enter the new tempo value for the currently displayed location via the 10-key
pad or by using the YES> and <NO keys.
Press the ENTER key. All tempo data from the insert location forward is moved
up one beat to accommodate the inserted data.
e Press the STOP key to exit and cancel at any stage before the last step is per-
formed.
e
Locate measure and beat
OME
Enter new tempo
This job clears all tempo data from the currently selected bank.
1.
In the EDIT mode (press the EDIT key), press the JOB key, enter “7” and press
ENTER. The “BANK DELETE” message will be displayed on the LCD for a
moment, followed by the “Sure? (Yes/No)” message.
Press the YES key to delete all data from the currently selected bank, or the
NO key to cancel.
f
BANK DELETE
Y
Sure? (Yes/No)
YES to delete NO to cancel
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BANK COPY
————_
SMPTE OFFSET
This job copies all tempo data from the currently selected bank to any other specified
bank.
1. Inthe EDIT mode (press the EDIT key), press the JOB key, enter “6” and press
ENTER.
2. Enter the number of the bank (0 — 9) to which you want to copy the data from
the currently selected bank via the 10-key pad or by using the YES> and <NO
keys.
3. Press ENTER to copy the data and return to the EDIT mode.
If the destination bank already contains data, the “Sure?” display will appear.
In this case, press YES and the copy operation will be executed.
[=
Fe
Enter “6”
Ze
Enter bank no.
ENTER |
TS
The SMPTE OFFSET job makes it possible to offset playback of the recorded tempo
data in relation to the received time code by any amount. This is handy for making
slight adjustments in the sync timing of the MIDI output, or for re-synchronizing
the MIDI data to a newly-recorded SMPTE time code track.
1.
2.
In the EDIT mode (press the EDIT key), press the JOB key, enter “5” and press
ENTER.
Enter the desired offset hour via the 10-key pad when the “Set hour” display
appears on the LCD, then press ENTER.
Enter the desired offset minute via the 10-key pad when the “Set minute” display
appears on the LCD, then press ENTER.
Enter the desired offset second via the 10-key pad when the “Set second” display
appears on the LCD, then press ENTER.
Enter the desired offset frame via the 10-key pad when the “Set frame” display
appears on the LCD, then press ENTER.
Enter the desired offset bit via the 10-key pad when the “Set bit” display appears
on the LCD, then press ENTER.
e Press the STOP key to exit and cancel at any stage before the last step is per-
formed.
e
TO
Enter “5”
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| ENTER y
Enter offset second
J
Set hour le
Enter offset hour
| Set Г
= [wren Enter A frame
[oes] ENTER o
Set = L——c
Enter N minute Set - 1t
ВЕ | ete) Enter offset bit
Set second
|
This function sets the MSS1 to transmit a MIDI song number between O and 99,
SONG SELECT or none (off), to select the appropriate “song” on the synchronized MIDI! seguencer,
rhythm programmer or other device. A different song number can be set for each
bank so that the appropriate song in the synchronized MIDI device is automatically
recalled when a bank is selected on the MSS1. Not all MIDI devices recognize song
number data.
1. From the RECORD or EDIT mode: press the JOB key, enter “2” via the 10-key
pad, and press ENTER. The “SONG SELECT:nn” display will appear.
2. Enter the desired song number for the currently selected bank using the 10-key
pad or YES> and <NO keys (00 — 99). Song select can be turned off (no number
transmitted) by pressing the <NO key from the “00” setting. Press YES> to
turn back on.
3. Press ENTER to set the selected song number and return to the previous mode,
or press the STOP key to cancel.
RECORD EDIT
es,
Enter “2”
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SONG SELECT: nn (n=0~9)
Enter song no.
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A пООООНОНОННН ООО Оооо АОН НООООННУРННООВОНООООНОООННН ОНО
6: MIDI EVENT RECORDING, PLAYBACK AND EDITING
Unlike the the normal recording and playback modes which deal with synchronizing MIDI timing information to
SMPTE time code, the MIDI EVENT mode is used to transmit a sequence of MIDI program change and control
change numbers in synchronization with the received time code. This can be used, for example, to synchronize
operation of the Yamaha DMP7 Digital Mixing Processor to tape playback.
In the MIDI EVENT mode, each “event” to be transmitted is recorded as a single “STEP” on the MIDI LED display.
A total of 1793 steps can be stored in the MSS1's internal memory.
TO SWITCH INTO
AND OUT OF THE
MIDI EVENT MODE
течет ee
NAMING THE MIDI
EVENT SEQUENCE
1.
2.
From the PLAY mode (press the PLAY key), press the UTILITY key, enter “10”
via the 10-key pad and press ENTER.
The “ME PLAY:" display will appear, followed by the sequence name if pro-
grammed, indicating that the MIDI EVENT mode is active.
Perform step 1 again to switch back to the normal PLAY mode.
PLAY MODE
+
| UTILITY
Enter “10”
ENTER
К
|
ME PLAY:
As with the BANK NAME job, naming the MIDI event sequence is not absolutely
necessary but it helps to identify the contents of the sequence.
1.
2.
w
From the "ME PLAY”, “ME REC” or “ME EDIT” mode (press the RECORD or
EDIT key), press the JOB key, enter “1” then press ENTER.
The “NAME :” display will appear and an underline cursor will appear under
the first character position. A down-arrow in the rightmost character position
indicates that the lower-case character mode is selected, while an up-arrow
indicates the upper-case mode.
Use the NO and YES keys to select the upper or lower-case character set.
Enter the first character of the bank name. Each of the numeric entry keys
(0 — 9) accesses a number and three characters in sequence, as follows:
KEY ACCESSES
(Upper-case mode)
О АВС
1 1 DEF
2 2 GH |
3 3 J KL
4 4 MNO
5 5 POR
6 ESTU
7 7 VWX
8 8 \ 2 (Space)
9 9 # & +
EEE —
MIDI EVENT SEQUENCE
RECORDING METHOD 1
— TIME CODE FROM
TAPE OR INTERNAL
TIME CODE + MANUAL
TAP
7.
Move the cursor to the next character position by pressing the START key.
The STOP key can be used to move the cursor back to a previous character
position.
Enter the next character and continue until the name is complete.
Press ENTER to set the name and exit the NAME mode.
ME PLAY ME REC ME EDIT
~~] —
зов |
[=e
Enter “1”
NAME:
Enter bank name (steps 3 —6)
ENTER |
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With this method it is possible to specify steps in real time while reading the time
code track from a tape or using the internally generated time code. Note, however,
that in this case the steps are only reserved, and the EDIT mode must then be used
to assign program change or control change data to be transmitted at each step.
Time Code from Tape + Manual Tap
1.
2.
3.
Make sure that the output from the time code track on the recorder is connected
to the SMPTE IN terminal on the MSS1.
Press the RECORD key to enter the ME REC mode.
If the SYNC LOCK indicator is not lit, press the CHASE key, press the YES key
to select <ON>, then press ENTER to set the CHASE mode ON and return to
the ME REC mode. The SYNC LOCK indicator should now be lit.
Press the START key. The SYNC LOCK indicator will go out and the “Waiting!”
display will appear on the LCD.
Play back the tape from a point just before the beginning of the piece to be
recorded. When the MSS1 locks on to the received time code, the SYNC LOCK
indicator will light and the TIME CODE LED display will display the received
time code data.
Tap the START key at each point you want to program an event transmission.
Tap-enter the steps required for the entire length of the piece to be recorded.
The MIDI STEP display will follow accordingly. Recording is stopped auto-
matically when the memory display on the LCD reaches 0000.
When the steps for the entire piece have been “tapped in,” press the MSS1
STOP key to automatically exit the ME REC mode and enter the ME PLAY
mode. Stop and rewind the tape recorder.
Use the ME EDIT mode REPLACE function to assign event data to the pro-
grammed steps (see "EDITING A MIDI EVENT SEQUENCE, Event Replace”
on page 35).
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| RECORD | ©
No SYNC LOCK indication ——SYNC LOCK indication ON
= START |
N / Ÿ
YES» o
| Waiting!
Playback
| ENTER |
| “TAP IN”
Internal Time Code + Manual Tap
1.
2.
Press the RECORD key to enter the ME REC mode.
If the SYNC LOCK indicator is lit, press the CHASE key, press the NO key to
select <OFF>, then press ENTER to set the CHASE mode OFF and return to
the ME REC mode. The SYNC LOCK indicator should now be out.
Press the START key. The internal time code generator will begin running and
the time code will be displayed on the TIME CODE LED display.
Tap the START key at each point you want to program an event transmission.
Tap-enter the steps required for the entire length of the piece to be recorded.
The MIDI STEP display will follow accordingly. Recording is stopped auto-
matically when the memory display on the LCD reaches 0000.
When the steps for the entire piece have been “tapped in,” press the MSS1
STOP key to automatically exit the ME REC mode and enter the ME PLAY
mode. Stop and rewind the tape recorder.
Use the ME EDIT mode REPLACE function to assign event data to the pro-
grammed steps (see “EDITING A MIDI EVENT SEQUENCE, Event Replace”
on page 35).
| RECORD |
>
SYNC LOCK indication ON — > SYNC LOCK indication OFF
“TAP IN”
[x]
p= Ea
a (=,
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MIDI EVENT SEQUENCE
RECORDING METHOD 2
— STEP RECORDING
This method will only work if no data has been previously recorded.
1. Press the EDIT key to enter the ME EDIT mode.
2. Press the START key. The “Set commd:(1793)" display will appear on the LCD
and STEP 0001 will be displayed on the MIDI STEP LED display.
3. Select the desired MIDI event command type using the YES> and <NO keys.
А Э onthe MIDI COMMAND LED display defines a program change com-
mand, while a C defines a control change command.
4. Press ENTER and the “Set chanl:” display will appear on the LCD.
5. Enter the number of the MIDI channel on which the command for the current
step is to be transmitted (1 through 16) via the 10- key pad or by using the
YES> and <NO keys. À setting of “00” inhibits transmission of the command.
6. Press ENTER and the “Set data1:” display will appear on the LCD.
7. Enter the value of the first data byte of the command via the 10-key pad or
by using the YES> and <NO keys.
8. Press ENTER and, if a contro! change command was selected, the “Set data2:”
display will appear on the LCD. If a program change command was selected
skip to step 11.
9. Enter the value of the second data byte of the command via the 10-key pad
or by using the YES> and <NO keys.
10. Press ENTER and the “Set hour” display will appear on the LCD.
11. Enter the hour at which the command is to be transmitted via the 10-key pad,
then press ENTER.
12. Enter the minute at which the command is to be transmitted via the 10-key
pad when the “Set minute” display appears on the LCD, then press ENTER.
13. Enter the second at which the command is to be transmitted via the 10-key
pad when the “Set second” display appears on the LCD, then press ENTER.
14. Enter the frame at which the command is to be transmitted when the “Set frame”
display appears on the LCD, then press ENTER.
15. Enter the bit at which the command is to be transmitted when the “Set bit”
display appears on the LCD, then press ENTER.
16. The STEP display is automatically advanced to the next step number. Go back
to step 3, above, to enter the next step.
17. When the required number of steps have been entered, press the STOP key
to exit the step recording mode and return to the ME EDIT mode.
| EDIT | |
| START
y MIDI STEP LED
(Remaining memory) | Set commd: (1793) STEP 0001
Select MIDI event command type
Y
E
к
y |
Set chanl: (1793)
Enter MIDI channel no.
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r , y
| ENTER | Enter minute
7
y
ENTER |
Set data 1: (1793) End
}
Enter 1st data byte value Set second
| ren |
| ENTER
CONTROL CHANGE _ NO [eres |
COMMAND SELECTED XX
|
Enter second
YES y
Set data 2: (1793)
Set frame
Enter frame
Enter 2nd data byte value
| | _ Set bit
Set hour
Enter bit
Ÿ
Enter hour
ENTER
+ O
| SO STOP |
TH
i
3
Set minute
EDITING A MIDI
EVENT SEQUENCE
\
As in the normal record and playback mode, the MSS1 provides several functions
for editing recorded event data.
Locating a Specific Event Using the “STEP CUE” Function
1. In the ME EDIT mode press the SONG CUE button. The “Set step” display
will appear on the LCD.
2. Enter the desired step number via the 10-key pad, then press ENTER.
e Press the STOP key to exit and cancel at any stage before the last step is per-
formed.
ME EDIT MODE
Y
me
Set step
Enter step no.
| even |
KL
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Event Replace
1.
о >
9.
In the ME EDIT mode (press the EDIT key), use the YES> and <NO keys or
the STEP CUE function to locate the step at which new data is to be pro-
grammed.
Press the EDIT-REPLACE (TIME CUE) key. The MIDI COMMAND, CHANNEL
and DATA displays will go out. The “Set commd:(1793)" display will appear
on the LCD.
Select the desired MIDI event command type using the YES and NO keys. A
J on the MIDI COMMAND LED display defines a program change command,
while a € defines a control change command.
Press ENTER and the “Set chanl:” display will appear on the LCD.
Enter the number of the MIDI channel on which the command for the current
step is to be transmitted (1 through 16) via the 10- key pad or by using the
YES> and <NO keys. A setting of “00” inhibits transmission of the command.
Press ENTER and the “Set datal:” display will appear on the LCD.
Enter the value of the first data byte of the command via the 10-key pad or
by using the YES> and <NO keys.
Press ENTER and, if a control change command was selected, the “Set data2:”
display will appear on the LCD. If a program change command was selected
the MSS1 returns to the ME EDIT mode.
Enter the value of the second data byte of the command via the 10-key pad
or by using the YES> and <NO keys.
10. Press ENTER to return to the ME EDIT made.
e Press the STOP key to exit and cancel at any stage before the last step is per-
ME EDIT MODE
formed.
Locate step | ENTER |
TIME CUE |
SO Set data 1: (1793)
Y
:
Set commd: (1793)
Select MID! event command type <.
Enter 1st data byte value
|
ENTER
NO
CONTROL CHANGE —— Back to ME EDIT mode
COMMAND SELECTED
i YES
Set chanl: (1793)
Enter 2nd data byte vaiue
| ENTER |
—)
Enter channel no.
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Event Delete
1. In the ME EDIT mode (press the EDIT key), use the YES> and <NO keys or
the STEP CUE function to locate the step to be deleted.
2. Press the EDIT-DELETE (CHASE) key. The “Sure? (Yes/No)” display will
appear on the LCD.
3. Pressthe YES key to delete the currently displayed step, or the NO key to cancel.
e Press the STOP key to exit and cancel at any stage before the last step is per-
formed.
ME EDIT MODE
y
Locate step
Sure? (Yes/No)
YES to delete NO to cancel
Event Insert
1. In the ME EDIT mode, press the EDIT-INSERT (METRONOME) key. The
MIDI COMMAND, CHANNEL and DATA displays will go out. The “Set
commd:(1793)" display will appear on the LCD.
2. Select the desired MIDI event command type using the YES and NO keys. À
3 on the MIDI COMMAND LED display defines a program change command,
while a © defines a control change command.
Press ENTER and the “Set chanl:” display will appear on the LCD.
4. Enter the number of the MIDI channel on which the command for the current
step is to be transmitted (1 through 16) via the 10- key pad or by using the
YES> and <NO keys. A setting of “00” inhibits transmission of the command.
5. Press ENTER and the “Set data1:” display will appear on the LCD.
6. Enter the value of the first data byte of the command via the 10-key pad or
by using the YES> and <NO keys.
7. Press ENTER and, if a control change command was selected, the “Set data2:”
display will appear on the LCD. If a program change command was selected
skip to step 11.
8. Enter the value of the second data byte of the command vía the 10-key pad
or by using the YES> and <NO keys.
Press ENTER and the “Set hour” display will appear on the LCD.
10. Enter the hour at which the command is to be transmitted via the 10-key pad,
then press ENTER.
11. Enter the minute at which the command is to be transmitted via the 10-key
pad when the “Set minute” display appears on the LCD, then press ENTER.
12. Enter the second at which the command is to be transmitted via the 10-key
pad when the “Set second” display appears on the LCD, then press ENTER.
13. Enter the frame at which the command is to be transmitted when the “Set frame”
display appears on the LCD, then press ENTER.
14. Enter the bit at which the command is to be transmitted when the “Set bit”
display appears on the LCD, then press ENTER. The INSERT mode is exited
and the ME EDIT mode is automatically re- entered.
e Press the STOP key to exit and cancel at any stage before the last step is per-
formed.
©
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ME EDIT MODE
|
| T Lo
Set commd: (1793)
Select command type
Enter hour
vy
{TS
Set minute
Set chanl: (1793)
Enter channel no.
Enter minute
—
Set second
Set data 1: (1793)
Enter second
=
|
Enter 1st data byte value
kE
y
Set frame
Set data 2: (1793)
Enter frame
ея |
TO
Enter 2nd data byte value
EL,
Set bit
Set hour
Deleting AII Steps
Enter bit
|
Y #
/
Caren]
—
1. In the ME EDIT mode (press the EDIT key), press the JOB key, enter “3” and
press ENTER. The “ALL EVENT DELETE” message will be displayed on the
LCD for a few seconds, followed by the “Sure? (Yes/No)” message.
2. Press the YES key to delete all programmed steps, or the NO key to cancel.
ME EDIT MODE
JOB
oO)
Enter "3"
ENTER
CON
y
ALL EVENT DELETE
y
Sure? (Yes/No)
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YES to delete
NO to cancel
7: EXTERNAL DATA STORAGE AND RETRIEVAL
|
These functions permit storing the internal BANK (0 through 9) and MIDI EVENT SEQUENCE data on an external
Yamaha RAM4 Data Cartridge. RAM4 Data Cartridges are available from your Yamaha dealer.
The BULK OUT function permits dumping the same data via the MIDI OUT terminal, so it can be stored on a MIDI
data recorder or similar storage device.
ee New RAM4 cartridges MUST be formatted by the MSS1 before they can be used
FORMATTING A NEW to store MSS1 data.
RAM4 DATA 1. Make sure the RAM4 cartridge memory protect switch is turned OFF, and the
cartridge is properly inserted into the MSS1 cartridge slot.
CARTRIDGE 2. Press the UTILITY key, enter “6” via the 10-key pad, and press ENTER.
3. In response to the “Format cartrg?” display on the LCD, press the YES key to
format the cartridge or the NO key to cancel.
e If you attempt to format a cartridge on the which the memory protect switch is
set to ON, the “Cartrg protected” display will appear and the format operation
will be canceled.
e If you attempt to format a cartridge of the wrong type, the “Cartrg other typ”
display will appear and the format operation will be canceled.
e If you attempt to run the format job when no cartridge is inserted, the “Cartrg
not ready” display will appear and the format operation will be canceled.
| UTILITY |
Enter “6”
ENTER |
Y ©
Format cartrg?
YES to format NO to cancel
— = This job accesses both the cartridge save and MIDI bulk dump functions.
SAVE TO 1. Make sure that a properly formatted cartridge is used, that the RAM4 cartridge
CARTRIDGE OR MIDI memory protect switch is turned OFF, and the cartridge is properly inserted into
the MSS1 cartridge slot.
BULK DUMP
N
Press the UTILITY key, enter “7” via the 10-key pad, and press ENTER.
3. Use the YES> and <NO keys to select either the “Cartridge?” or “Bulk dump?”
function.
4. Press ENTER to execute the selected operation.
5. The LCD display will display “Executing!” while saving to cartridge, or
“Transmitting” while performing a bulk dump.
e if you attempt to save to a cartridge on the which the memory protect switch
is set to ON, the “Cartrg protected” display will appear and the save operation
will be canceled.
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LOAD FROM
CARTRIDGE OR
RECEIVE BULK
DUMP
If you attempt to save to a cartridge of the wrong type, the “Cartrg other typ”
display will appear and the save operation will be canceled.
If you attempt to run the save job when no cartridge is inserted, the “Cartrg not
ready” display will appear and the save operation will be canceled.
If you attempt to save to a cartridge which has not been properly formatted
by the MSS1, the “Format conflict” display will appear and the save operation
will be canceled.
If a verify error occurs during the save operation, the “>1/0 Errori<” message
will appear and the save operation will be canceled.
| UTILITY |
Enter “7”
=)
(ET
Select function
AO
Cartridge Bulk dump
>
ren |
This job accesses both the cartridge load and MIDI bulk dump receive functions.
1.
>
Make sure that a properly formatted cartridge is used, and the cartridge is
properly inserted into the MSS1 cartridge slot.
Press the UTILITY key, enter “8” via the 10-key pad, and press ENTER.
Use the YES> and <NO keys to select either the “Cartridge?” or “Bulk dump?”
function.
Press ENTER to execute the selected operation.
The LCD display will display “Executing!” while loading or receiving a bulk
dump. |
If you attempt to load from a cartridge of the wrong type, the “Cartrg other typ”
display will appear and the load operation will be canceled.
If you attempt to run the load job when no cartridge is inserted, the “Cartrg not
ready” display will appear and the load operation will be canceled.
If you attempt to load from a cartridge which has not been properly formatted
by the MSS1, the “Format conflict” display will appear and the load operation
will be canceled.
If a verify error occurs during the load operation, the “1/0 Error!” message will
appear and the load operation will be canceled.
| UTILITY | y
A | Select function
Enter “8”
| Cartridge Bulk dump
>
e
Executing!
AE OA EEE ООО я
8: OTHER FUNCTIONS
The metronome function turns audible output of the MSS1's internal metronome
METRONOME ON or OFF.
1. From the PLAY, RECORD or CHAIN mode press the METRONOME key.
2. Use the YES> and <NO keys to turn the metronome ON or OFF.
3. Press ENTER
PLAY CHAIN RECORD
>
| METRONOME
T5
METRONOME ON/OFF
“ £
ENTER
—
— — This job displays the total time of the recorded tempo data in the currently selected
TOTAL TIME bank, and allows modifying the total time of the recorded data.
1. From the PLAY, EDIT or CHAIN mode, press the JOB key, enter “3” and press
ENTER.
2. The total time will be displayed on the TIME CODE display and, if called from
the EDIT mode, the “Change? (Yes/No)” display will appear on the LCD.
3. Press <NO if you do not want to change the total time, or YES> to program
a new total time.
4. |f you pressed YES>, the MSS1 will prompt you for the new time in hours:
“Set hour.” Enter the desired total time hour via the 10-key pad when the “Set
hour” display appears on the LCD, then press ENTER.
5. Enter the desired total time minute via the 10-key pad when the “Set minute”
display appears on the LCD, then press ENTER.
6. Enter the desired total time second via the 10-key pad when the “Set second”
display appears on the LCD, then press ENTER.
7. Enter the desired total time frame via the 10-key pad when the “Set frame”
display appears on the LCD, then press ENTER.
8. Enter the desired total time bit via the 10-key pad when the “Set bit” display
appears on the LCD, then press ENTER.
The MSS1 will then rearrange the data to fit within the new total time. If, for example,
the original total time was 1 minute at a tempo of 120 and you enter a new total
time of 2 minutes, the tempo will be changed to 60 and the data transmitted ac-
cordingly.
e The MSS1 tempo range is from 20 to 275. Total time settings that would create
a tempo outside this range will be ignored.
e Press the STOP key to exit and cancel at any stage before the last step is per-
formed.
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INTERVAL TIME
PLAY EDIT CHAIN
E.
O EZ
Enter “3” =
|
\ y Set second
ENTER
joe | | |
Enter second
If called from EDIT MODE '
Change? (Yes/No) E
DEN ENTER |
ps
YES to change NO not to change y
Set frame
Set hour
Enter frame
Enter hour
< > ENTER
| ENTER | TX
TS |
! Set bit
Set minute
Enter bit
=
e
Data rearranged
Enter minute
This job eliminates lock start-up errors caused by the time required for some MIDI
devices to compute the start point using the received MIDI song position pointer.
Specifically, the INTERVAL TIME job sets the interval between transmission of the
song position pointer and the MIDI start message. Interval range is from 0.1 to
59 seconds.
1. Press the UTILITY key, enter “3” via the 10-key pad and press ENTER. The
“SYSTEM WAIT:nns” display will appear.
2. Enter the desired interval time using the 10-key pad or YES> and <NO keys.
3. Press ENTER. |
| UTILITY ©
Enter “3”
=O
SYSTEM WAIT: nns. (n=0~9)
Enter interval time
N
ee
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DEVICE NUMBER
INDEPENDENT PLAY
This job sets the MIDI device number of the MSS1.
1.
2.
From the RECORD or EDIT mode, press the UTILITY key, enter “5” and press
ENTER.
Enter the desired MIDI device number via the 10-key pad or by using the YES>
and <NO keys. Available device numbers a 1 through 16, with the “all” setting
enabling the MSS1 on all device numbers.
RECORD EDIT
|
UTILITY
O
Enter “5”
©
Enter MIDI no.
Device
ENTER
“
Jr
ENTER
e
I
This job sets the MSS1 to output MIDI data timing data at any specified tempo.
1.
N
4.
5.
Press the UTILITY key, enter “9” via the 10-key pad and press ENTER. The
“INDEPENDENT PLAY” display will appear on the LCD, and all LED digits
except the TEMPO display will go out.
Set the desired tempo using the 10-key pad or YES> and <NO keys.
Press START to begin transmitting MIDI timing data via the MIDI OUT terminals
at the selected tempo. The tempo may be varied as described in step 2 while
in the RUN mode.
Press the STOP key to stop transmission of MIDI timing data. The STOP key
can be pressed again to continue transmission of MIDI timing data.
Press the UTILITY key to exit from the INDEPENDENT PLAY mode.
e The tempo can be changed at any time by entering the desired tempo using the
10-key pad and pressing ENTER.
UTILITY |
RÁ — 1
| |
ma START
y
INDEPENDENT PLAY | UTILITY
Set tempo
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9: MSST SPECIFICATIONS
Synchronization ............................... MIDI clock signal to SMPTE time code (30, 30 drop-frame, 25, 24 fps).
MeEeMOrY....cccoiii EEE 16 k-bytes, lithium battery backup.
Max. 150 tempo change points.
Max. 1793 program/control change points.
Max. memory (7178 beats, 7168 in one bank) @ tempo 120, 4/4: approx.
60 minutes.
Connectors............................e.eeee e... CLICK IN, SMPTE IN, SMPTE OUT, METRONOME QUT, FOOT SW IN,
MIDI IN, MIDI OUT (x2), RAM CARTRIDGE.
CV eee PLAY, RECORD, EDIT, CHAIN, GENERATOR, UTILITY, JOB, SONG CUE,
TIME CUE, BANK SELECT, CHASE, METRONOME, INC, DEC, ENTER,
STOP, START, 10-key numeric pad.
Variable Control....................... Click input level control.
LEDS O SYNC, METRONOME, RUN, 7-segment x 20
LOD oe 16 characters x 1 line, backlit.
SMPTE IN menear —24 dBm ~ +4 dBm
Generator OUfte —10 dBm £2 dBm
Metronome out.......................—.—.—.—... —11 dBm +2 dBm
Click in... vii, —-20 dBm - +4
Power Regquirements...................... U.S. & Canada: 120 V AC 50/60 Hz, 15 W
General Model: 220 - 240 V AC 50/60 Hz, 15 W
Dimensions (W x H x D)............... 439 x 73.5 x 286 mm
Weight... 3.8 kg.
Accessories... MIDI cable x 1
RCA <> phone plug adapters x 2
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SE CUTE TT НААОННЕНОНЛООООООЕЕООЕНЕН ОАО
1. APPLICABILIT Y
2. #8978 EXCLUSIVE
MESSAGE
MSS1 MIDI DATA
The following data applies specifically to the MSS1.
2-1. BULK DUMP FORMAT
bin hex description
11110000 $FO MIDI STATUS BYTE (SYSTEM EXCLUSIVE)
01000011 $43 YAMAHA ID NUMBER
0000nnnn son SUB STATUS=0, DEVICE NUMBER=n
01111110 S7E FORMAT NUMBER=$7E (UNIVERSAL BULK DUMP)
Obbbbbbb BYTE COUNT (H)
Obbbbbbb BYTE COUNT (L)
01001100 $4C (L) HEADER (CLASSIFICATION NAME) "LM
01001101 $40 (М)
00100000 $20 ( )
00100000 $20 ( )
00111000 $38 (8) (DATA FORMAT NAME) "8978
00111001 $39 (9)
00110111 $37 (7)
00111000 $38 (8)
00100000 $20 ( )
00100000 $20 ( )
Oddddddd SYM INTERNAL DATA
Oddddddd
Оеееееее CHECK SUM
11110111 $F7 END OF EXCLUSIVE
= = = = LL Le Em mm nn
The byte count represents the total number of bytes in the header and internal
data.
The checksum is the lower seven bits of the sum of the 2's complement of the
header and internal data.
The internal data is in ASCII form. (The most significant and least significant
4 bits of the binary data are separated and converted to ASCII.)
When the data is transmitted, the internal data is divided up so that the byte
count will be less than 4096. A byte count, header and checksum are added
to each block. An interval of more than 100 milliseconds is provided between
transmission of each block. “EOX” is transmitted after all blocks have been
transmitted.
Transmission from the MSS1 consists of eight 3594 byte counts. One 2236
byte count is transmitted last.
The DEVICE NUMBER is set via the MSS1 DEVICE NUMBER utility function.
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2-2. DUMP REQUEST FORMAT
bin hex description
11110000 $FO MIDI STATUS BYTE (SYSTEM EXCLUSIVE)
01000011 $43 YAMAHA ID NUMBER
0010nnnn $2n SUB STATUS=2, DEVICE NUMBER=n
01111110 S7E FORMAT NUMBER=$7E
11110111 $F7 END OF EXCLUSIVE
3-1
3. TRANSMITTED
DATA bin hex description
11111000 $F8 TIMING CLOCK
11111010 SFA START
11111011 $FB CONTINUE
11111100 $FC STOP
11110010 $F2 SONG POSITION POINTER
01111111 1111111: (LEAST SIGNIFICANT)
Ohhhhhhh hhhhhhh: (MOST SIGNIFICANT)
11110011 $F3 SONG SELECT
Osssssss sssssss: (song #)
e The above MIDI message is transmitted in the PLAY or CHAIN PLAY mode.
e The SONG SELECT number is entered using the MSS1 SONG SELECT job.
e The SONG SELECT default is OFF.
3-2.
bin hex description
1011nnnn $Bn CONTROL CHANGE
Оссссссс ccccccc: (CONTROL #)
Ovvvvvvv vvvvvvv: (CONTROL VALUE)
nnnn: (CHANNEL #)
1100nnnn $Cn PROGRAM CHANGE
Oppppppp ppppppp: (PROGRAM NUMBER)
nnnn: (CHANNEL #)
e The above MIDI message is transmitted in the MIDI EVENT PLAY/MIDI EVENT
EDIT mode.
e The channel number, control number, control value and program number are
entered via the MSS1 front panel.
® The MSS1 will only recognize a DUMP REQUEST when it is not currently
4. DATA performing any other operation.
RECOGNITION e EXCLUSIVE DATA is only recognized when the MSS1 is in the DATA LOAD
READY state.
e The MSS1 will not recognize data in any other mode.
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5. TRANSFERRED
RECEIVE DATA
description
== == == == == == mk зе EE AE EF EE EN EE ET ET EE We We mw mm == == == == «== de == EE EA ME ME ln ML EM EL AL EN ER AN EF FW WR TE EE Rm We we dA GE AR AE)
11110000
Onnnnnnn
11110111
11110110
1011nnnn
Оссссссс
Ovvvvvvv
1 000nnnn
Okkkkkkk
Ovvvvvvv
1001nnnn
Okkkkkkk
Ovvvvvvv
101Onnnn
Okkkkkkk
Ovvvvvvv
1011nnnn
Оссссссс
Ovvvvvvv
1100nnnn
Oppppppp
1101nnnn
Ovvvvvvv
111Onnnn
Ovvvvvvv
Ovvvvvvv
$8n
$9n
SAn
$Bn
$Cn
$Dn
$En
SYSTEM EXCLUSIVE MESSAGE
END OF EXCLUSIVE MESSAGE
TUNE REQUEST
MODE MESSAGE
NOTE OFF
NOTE ON
POLYPHONIC KEY PRESSURE
CONTROL CHANGE
PROGRAM CHANGE
CHANNEL PRESSURE
PITCH BENDER CHANGE
We Mm Em mm mm mm mm Em mr ww mr we fr SE SE EE EE EN EE WE WE EE em EE т we GE MU ME EN ES SN Em EE We we We Se = EE AE AE EE WE EN EN WE WE dr ie ML ML MR ER ER EF ED 4m SR WF BF AE SR Sm == = = Em Em Em EF SS WR Em mom
® No data is transmitted when the MSS1 is in the GENERATOR or RECORD
mode.
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| MIDI Synchronizer | Date : 522, 1987
Model MSS MIDI implementation Chart Version : 1.0
Ann +
: : Transmitted : Recognized ; Remarks :
: Function : : :
la +---------------- +---------------- +---------------- :
: Basic Default : x : x : :
:Channel Changed ‘ X ох : :
TT +--—- уе +----------------- :
Default : X ‘ X :
: Mode Messages | E ON Xl : :
Altered о AXXAXAXAXALAAAAXE : x :
:------------------- FT +---------------- +--------------- :
: Note ; X ; X Ki: :
s Number : True voice: XXXXXXXXXXXXXX : x
poe mm +---- +----=---------- +-------==-------
:Velocity Note ÓN : X iX Xi :
: Note OFF X : x xi
у ето тт + +------------- + :
‚After Rey's : x DON il :
: Touch Ch's ; X iX kl
POT = = ее — +------------- не +---------------- :
Pitch Bender i X OE 1 : :
POT ттт ттт тот т Foo +---------------- :
: 2 — 121 + © : X Xi : in MIDI event :
: : : play mode :
(Control :
: Change : : :
fmm mmm mm += +---------------- +----------------
:Prog O ; X 41 :; in MIDI event :
‚Change : True # с KXXXXXXXXXXXXX : : play mode :
pe + +-=- +
(System Exclusive : O : 42,41 : :
mm еее тете +------------- +----------------:
system : Song Pos : © DOE : in play or :
: : Song Sel : © iX : chain play ,
:Common : Tune 1 x Dx Xi : :
NT in +---------------- +---------------- +---------------- :
: System (Clock i 6 X3 : x ; :
:Real Time :Commands: o X3 : x :
PTT mmm mm mm me +---------------- +---------------- +---------------- :
:Aux :Local ON/OFF : x ох X1 :
: :All Notes OFF! x X il : :
:Mes- ‘Active Sense : x DOE :
:5ages: Reset DON LO :
iz + +---------- +---------------- :
:Notes: X1 = Excluding generator or record mode, these messages are :
: bypassed to MIDI OUT. :
: kz = Dump reguest is not recognized when machine is running. :
Bulk data is received in data load mode. ;
: X3 = Messages are not transmitted in generator or record mode.
Mode 1 : OMNI ON, POLY Mode 2 : OMNI ON, MONO o : Yes
Mode 3 : OMNI OFF, POLY Mode 4 : OMNI CFF, MONO x : No
== © YAMAHA
HAMAMATSU, JAPAN
VD76660| §7 08 0.6 A? CR Printed in Japan
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