CM Labs Sixtyfour Owner`s manual

CM Labs Sixtyfour Owner`s manual
Owner’s Manual
12/29/03
http://www.cmlabs.net
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Soft Lock .......................................................... 6
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Memory Recall .................................................. 6
Published by:
CM Labs
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U.S.A.
Level Mode ........................................................ 7
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Patch Map ......................................................... 7
Autoscanning .................................................... 6
Unlocking .......................................................... 6
Route Mode ....................................................... 6
Meter Mode ........................................................ 7
Utility Mode ........................................................ 7
Stereo Pairs ....................................................... 8
Copyright © 2001 CM Labs™
All rights reserved
Master / Slave .................................................... 9
Meter Sensitivity ..................................................9
Audio Interconnect & Quickstart ......................... 4
Locks .................................................................. 9
Pinout ................................................................ 4
Save ................................................................... 9
Quickstart .......................................................... 4
Undo ................................................................... 9
Troubleshooting ................................................. 4
Multi Unit Control ............................................... 10
Audio Block Diagram ......................................... 5
Specifications .................................................... 11
Front Panel Controls ......................................... 5
Creating Labels ................................................. 12
GPI Input .......................................................... 12
Serial Control Specifications .............................. 14
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Installation & Quickstart
Audio Interconnect.
Quick Start.
The SixtyFour has 8 DB25 female connectors on the rear
panel for all the audio inputs (sources) and outputs
(destinations). Each DB25 connector carries 8 balanced
audio inputs or outputs. Connect your audio devices to
the SixtyFour by 2 methods.
1.) Power on the SixtyFour. Both the “SAVE” and
“ROUTE” LED’s will blink in unison to show that it is “Soft
Locked”.
2.) Press the SAVE and ROUTE switches together to turn
soft lock off.
3.) Press in the Encoder and rotate until it says “P 5” and
release it. You have just recalled memory # 5. The
memory is not actually recalled until you release the
encoder.
4.) Press the ROUTE switch to enter route mode. Press
SOURCE 3 switch to select source 3.
5.) Press DESTINATION 1 switch. You have just routed
source 3 to destination 1. You will notice that the decimal
point is blinking to indicate that the current settings are
different from memory # 5.
1.) Standard DB25 audio snakes. Simply connect the
snakes to the SixtyFour rear panel and tighten the screws
included with the snakes. Each DB-25 connector is fully
compatible with “Tascam” style snakes and connectors.
2.) The CM Labs DB-8 terminal strip adaptor. Wire the
DB-8 up according to the pin connections given on it.
Use the (+) and (G) connections to hook up single ended
(unbalanced) devices to the SixtyFour. Since the
SixtyFour has gain control, you can level match unbalanced to balanced devices.
Pinout:
Channel
1 , 9 , 17 , 25
2 , 10 , 18 , 26
3 , 11 , 19 , 27
4 , 12 , 20 , 28
5 , 13 , 21 , 29
6 , 14 , 22 , 30
7 , 15 , 23 , 31
8 , 16 , 24 , 32
Pin
24 ,12 , 25
10 , 23 , 11
21 , 9 , 22
7 , 20 , 8
18 , 6 , 19
4 ,17 , 5
15 ,3 , 16
1 ,14 , 2
Signals
+ , - , GND
+ , - , GND
+ , - , GND
+ , - , GND
+ , - , GND
+ , - , GND
+ , - , GND
+ , - , GND
CM Labs DB - 8 audio adaptor
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6.) Push in the encoder, and notice that all the routes you
made were just undone.
7.) Press the LEVEL switch to enter level mode. Press
SOURCE 1 switch to select source 1. The display now
shows the level setting (in dB Gain) for source 1.
8.) Rotate the encoder to change the level setting of
source 1.
9.) Press DESTINATION 1 switch to select destination 1.
The display now shows the level setting (in dB Gain) for
destination 1.
10.) Rotate the encoder to change the level setting of
destination 1.
Troubleshooting
If your SixtyFour does not respond properly please Email
us at [email protected] and let us know the
nature of the problem and your phone number. We’ll do
our best to get you going in a hurry.
Installation & Quickstart
Audio Block Diagram.
Source Switch Field.
The diagram below shows how audio signals are dealt
with inside the SixtyFour.
Each input channel (source) has a switch to select it.
Only one source can be activated at one time. When
working with STEREO sources you will select sources as
pairs. When a yellow source LED is lit, it indicates a
selected source.
The audio inputs are buffered and sent both into a level
control element and a meter input. This meter point
meters exactly what is coming into the SixtyFour from
the outside world. The signal then passes into a level
control element and then into the 1024 point switch. This
switch does all the routing inside the SixtyFour.
Coming out of the 1024 point switch, audio is sent to a
level control element and then to the output buffer and
meter. The output meter shows what is coming out the
SixtyFour outputs. If you have a level turned down or an
output unrouted, the meter will show this.
Destination Switch Field.
Each output channel (destination) has a switch to select
it. When working with STEREO destinations, you will
select them as pairs. When a red destination LED is lit, it
indicates a selected destination.
Save.
This switch, when pushed is used to activate SAVE mode
to store current settings defined by the user. You have 90
different program memories.
Route.
This switch activates ROUTE mode and is used to
determine the routing of a source to desired destinations.
Level.
This switch activates LEVEL mode and is used to adjust
source and destination levels.
Meter.
This switch activates METER mode and is used to verify
audio signal strength of sources and destinations.
Front Panel Controls.
There are 3 audio functions of the SixtyFour. They are
Route, Set Levels, and Meter signals. The “Route”,
“Level”, and “Meter” switches control these 3 functions.
There are 32 “Source” switches each with a Yellow LED,
and 32 “Destination” switches each with a Red LED.
These switches are used to select your audio sources
and destinations while performing these 3 functions.
Encoder.
Used to select program memories (save, undo and
recall), set source and destination levels, adjust all
system parameters.
Numeric Readout.
Displays: Program memory, source/destination level
setting, stereo balance and system parameters such as
device number.
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Operations
“Soft Lock”.
The SixtyFour powers on with “Soft Lock” on. The two
yellow LED’s above “Lock” & “Save” will be flashing
indicating the unit is “Soft Locked”. The SixtyFour also
has several other lock features that are described in the
Utility portion of this manual.
Operations available while
“Soft Lock” is engaged.
1. Pushing a source or destination switch will show
routing already assigned.
2. You can see source levels or destination levels and
stereo balance settings. Press the LEVEL switch to enter
level mode. Now choose the source or destination you
wish to examine. To see destination stereo balance, push
in the encoder.
3. You can meter a source or destination. Press the
METER switch to enter METER mode. Now choose the
source or destination you wish to examine.
Autoscanning.
Autoscanning can be done with “Soft Lock” on or off.
Autoscan provides quick review of current routes, levels,
or audio amplitudes. Press and hold the ROUTE, LEVEL
or METER switches for more than one second to begin
the scanning. Control the speed of scanning with the
rotary control knob. To stop the scanning, press the
ROUTE, LEVEL or METER, SOURCE or DESTINATION
switch.
Unlocking the SixtyFour.
In order to recall from, or save to memory, route, set
levels or access utility mode, you first must “unlock” the
SixtyFour. To unlock, simply press the two switches
labeled “Save” & “Route” at the same time. Notice that
just below these two switches, the graphic labels the pair
as “Lock”. (When you are ready to lock the unit, simply
press the same two switches. The LED’s above “Save” &
“Route” will now flash indicating the “Soft Lock” is back
on.)
Memory Recall.
1. Push in the encoder knob, and the letter “P” will appear
on the display, and the current memory number will flash
on and off.
Note: If the current settings have been changed since a
memory was recalled, the right most decimal point will
flash on and off. Pushing in the encoder will undo these
changes first, before you can recall from memory.
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2. Rotate the encoder to scroll through the memories.
During this scrolling, none of the audio routing or levels
are changed. The panel of the SixtyFour is updated to
show the routes or levels in the memory, but no actual
recall occurs.
3. To select the memory and recall the settings, push in
the encoder. The “P” will dissapear, and the patch
number will light solid. The routing, level settings, and
Patch Map will all be recalled.
4. If you do not push in the encoder the second time, after
about 4 seconds you will return to the original memory
number, the “P” will dissapear, and the original patch
number will light solid.
Route Mode.
1. With “Soft Lock” off, press the desired source switch.
The source yellow LED will light up indicating that source
is selected.
2. Choose all intended destinations for that source by
pressing destination switches. The Red destination LED’s
will light to show the destination is routed to the current
source. You may choose as many destinations as
necessary to assign to a source.
3. Repeat this procedure for each source. You may not
combine multiple sources at the same destination. In
order to have multiple sources combine at a common
destination, you will have to install a remote mixer at the
output.
Note: If you route a destination which is already routed to
another source, it will be automatically unrouted from
that source before it can be routed to the current source.
If you want to undo the routing changes made, press the
rotary control knob, the original routing choices will be
restored.
Routing Stereo.
1. Enter Route Mode .
2. Choose a stereo source. It does not matter which of
the two source switches you push.
3. Push the left switch of the stereo destination pair to
create a left to left/right to right route (both LEDs will glow
steadily). Push the right switch of the stereo destination
pair, the left switch LED will start flashing to indicate a
left to right - right to left route.
Routing Undo.
You can undo any routing changes at any time before
saving by simply pressing the encoder knob to revert to
the previously saved setting.
Operations
-30 -25 -20 -15 -10 -5 -2 0 +2 +5 +10 +
Level Mode.
Audio levels can be addressed for both source and
destination. Source level changes affect all destinations
routed to that source. Destination level changes only
affect the destination (specific). You can change the level
on only one source or one destination at a time. You can
undo any level changes at any time before saving. Simply
press the encoder knob to revert to the previously saved
setting.
Source Levels.
1. Unlock the SixtyFour and select a source to be
adjusted by pressing the appropriate source switch.
2. Then press the LEVEL switch on the front panel. The
numerical display will show the current source level in
relative decibels from -96 to +10.
3. Rotate the encoder knob to set the level. Note that by
simply rotating the encoder knob you will change levels
in 1 dB increments. By pressing and rotating the encoder
knob, levels will change in 10 dB increments for mono
destinations.
Destination Levels.
1. WIth the SixtyFour unlocked and in LEVEL mode,
select a destination to be adjusted by pressing the
appropriate destination switch. The numerical readout
will indicate current level for that destination.
2. Rotate the encoder knob until the desired level is
chosen. Note that by simply rotating the encoder knob
you will change levels in 1 dB increments. By pressing
and rotating encoder knob, levels will change in 10 dB
increments.
Stereo Balance.
If a stereo source or destination is selected, press and
hold in the encoder knob while rotating it to adjust stereo
balance between left and right channels of a destination.
Utility Mode.
Utility menu choices are:
A. Create Patch Map.
B. Create Stereo Pairs
C. Set Master/Slave
D. Set Device Number
E. Set Locks.
WIth Soft Lock off, press both LEVEL & METER switches
at the same time. Both LED’s above the switches light to
indicate you are in utility mode.
Each time you press and then release the rotary control
knob, the next menu selection will appear in the
numeric display.
A. Create Patch Map.
Shows as NAP in numeric display. Sources #1 - 16 will
begin flashing. Each source light corresponds to a MIDI
channel.
1. Press source button #1 and the numeric display will
show its status.
2. If “Off”, press rotary control knob to turn on. Rotate the
knob until the desired MIDI command appears in the
numeric display.
4. Go on to Source #2 and repeat the assignment
procedure. Once you have made all your assignments,
save this information before exiting utility mode.
*Note: If there is a blinking period in the lower right-hand
corner of the numeric display once you have exited utility
mode, it means you have changed the patch map but
have not yet saved the change. You will loose any
changes at this point if the unit powers down for any
reason and you have not executed the save function.
Meter Mode.
Metering can be addressed for both source and
destination. You can meter only one source or one
destination at a time.
When you are monitoring a source, you are seeing the
raw input signal before any control of levels. When you
are monitoring a destination, you are seeing the
final result of all routing, and level settings (see block
diagram).
1. To monitor a source or destination, choose the desired
source or destination first.
2. Now press the control button labeled “meter”. the
display will now give the readout for that choice.
If source or destination is stereo, meters only reference
one channel at a time.
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B. Stereo Pairs.
Shows as STE in the numeric display. Factory default is
no stereo pairs assigned.
TWO WARNINGS!
1.) Only adjacent Sources and Destinations can be
assigned as stereo pairs. You can assign #1 & #2 as a
stereo pair, but you cannot assign #1 & #3 as a stereo
pair. Additionally, Sources or Destinations 16 and 17
cannot be assigned together as stereo pairs.
2.) When routing, stereo Sources can only be assigned to
stereo Destinations.
Stereo Sources.
To define stereo Source pairs (in Utility Mode):
1. Press the left channel Source switch (which lites that
LED) and then the right channel Source switch. Both
LED’s will now be on to indicate that a stereo pair now
exists.
2. Push the rotary control knob to exit or to assign further
stereo pairs.
3. To confirm assignment, press either Source switch,
and both LED’s will light up indicating they are now a
stereo pair.
4.) If you wish to unlink them at this point, press the right
channel switch and they will be unlinked.
Repeat steps 1 and 2 above to define more stereo
Sources.
Stereo Source levels.
Once a stereo Source has been defined, the pair will use
the left channel level setting to control the level of the
stereo pair.
Stereo Destinations.
To define stereo destination pairs (in Utility Mode):
1. Press the left channel Destination switch (which lites
that LED) and then the right channel Destination switch.
Both LED’s will now be on to indicate that a stereo pair
now exists.
2. Push the rotary control knob to exit or to assign further
stereo pairs.
3. To confirm assignment, press either Destination
switch, and both LED’s will light up indicating they are
now a stereo pair.
4.) If you wish to unlink them at this point, press the right
channel switch and they will be unlinked.
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Repeat steps 1 and 2 above to define more stereo
Destinations.
Stereo Destination levels.
Once a stereo Destination has been defined, the pair will
use the left channel level setting to control the level of the
stereo pair, and the right channel as the stereo balance
setting. If the right channel setting was at unity gain, it will
now be at Left 40, and not Center. You will need to reset
the balance to unity for each memory.
To do this, power the unit on and hold down the Save,
Route, Level and Meter switches while the ROM version
is being displayed. You will see “CLR NEN” scroll across
the display and then all 90 memories will be cleared. This
will set levels to unity gain and set stereo balance to
center. All 90 program memories will be ready to go.
Operations
C. Master/Slave.
Shows as either NST or SLV in numeric display. Simply
turn the rotary control knob until the desired choice
appears in the numeric display. Since several SixtyFour’s
can be joined together to form a large system, the first
unit in the chain must be master and all following units
must be slave. Be aware that all setup procedures
such as assigning, routing or stereo pairs must still be
executed on each unit in the chain. Once the system is
set up, you can control all units in the chain via the
master’s rotary control knob or the host computer.
When the SixtyFours are locked, you can preview
program memories. When units are unlocked, you
canpreview and recall program memories. This allows
you to operate all the units in the chain from the master’s
rotary control knob.
Save.
Save program data to the internal memories by:
1. Press the SAVE switch on front panel once. This
enters the save mode. The yellow LED next to the SAVE
switch will flash, and the numerical display will have the
letter “P” in the first position.
2. Rotate the encoder knob to select the desired memory
location.
3. Press the SAVE button a second time.
All routes and level settings are then saved for all 32
sources and destinations.
There is no “undo” function at this point in the procedure,
nor is there a “revert to last saved” function, so be sure
that information is correct before saving.
Exit “Save”.
If you want to exit “save” mode without actually saving,
press any of the other 3 command switches or press the
rotary encoder knob and you will exit the “save”
mode and undo all changes made to the program
Undo.
D. Meter Sensitivity.
1. In Utility Mode, push rotary control knob until “sen”
scrolls through the numeric display.
2. At this point - turn the rotary control knob and the
choices “+ 4” or “-10” will appear.
3. Make your choice now and then exit utility mode by
pressing the two buttons labeled “Level” and “Meter”.
Remember, when you are in any of the command modes
(route, utility or level) and you make some changes but
decide you don’t wish to save those changes,you can
undo those changes by simply pressing the encoder knob
before you have pressed the “save” button the second
time. This will undo the changes you have just made and
return the program memory to the previously saved
settings.
E. Set Locks
These are the “One Patch Lockout” and “Overall
Lockout”.
1. In Utility Mode, push rotary control knob until “loc”
scrolls through the numeric display.
3. At this point - turn the rotary control knob and the
choices “Off”, “One” or “All” will appear.
4. Make your choice now and then exit utility mode by
pressing the two buttons labeled “Level” and “Meter”.
*Note: Regarding saving this information, in utility mode only patch maps must be manually saved. All other
programing information is automatically saved at
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Multi Unit Control.
RS-232 to Master configuration.
MIDI to Master configuration.
The connection diagram below shows how to connect
multiple units together using an RS-232 port to drive the
Master unit. Note that the last unit in the chain has its
MIDI out connected to the master unit MIDI in.
The connection diagram below shows how to connect
multiple units together using a MIDI port to drive the
Master unit. Note that the last unit in the chain has its
MIDI out connected to the Host Computer MIDI in.
Master
Master
to Host Computer
to Host Computer
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Slave 1
Slave 1
Slave 2
Slave 2
Slave 3
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Specifications
Meter Range:
-30 dB to +20 dB with 12 Meter LED’s at -30, -25, -20,
-15, -IO, -5, -2, 0, +2, +5, +10, +20.
Calibration Mode shows input levels with +/- 1/4 dB
accuracy around 0 dB. Meter sensitivity can be set at
either +4 dBv or -10 dBu.
Program Memory:
Inputs:
Electronically balanced with >40 dB common mode
rejection. 40 kOhm input impedance.
Outputs:
Electronically balanced with 200 ohm output impedance.
All outputs are “Phantom” power protected.
90 programs stored in nonvolatile memory. Each
program stores routing info, 32 input levels and 32 output
levels and 16 Channel MIDI Patch Map. Input and
Output labels are also stored internally in nonvolatile
memory.
Com Ports:
MIDI Patch Mapping:
Power Input:
Each of the 90 programs can be mapped to send up to
16 MIDI patch change commands to other devices in the
MIDI chain.
103 - 130 volts or 208-252 volts AC. 50/60 Hz, 22 watts.
Built in line filter with external 110/220 selector and fuse.
Bandwidth:
1.) Standard RS-232 serial data port on DB9 male
connector. Baud rate is 38.4 k.
2.) MIDI input/output port
Power on Patch #1
Dimensions:
3.5” by 19” by 9.5” (HxWxD) steel chassis.
2 Hz to 120 kHz (-3dB)
Dynamic Range:
Weight:
9 pounds net.
119 dB.
Materials:
Noise Floor:
-92 dBV (20 Hz - 20 kHz)
Maximum Input/Output:
+27 dBV. (Balanced)
Distortion:
All circuit boards are epoxy glass FR-4 with 94-VO flame
retardant rating. Power transformers are to U.L., C.S.A.,
and C.E. standards. All AC components
are U.L. recognized.
Origin:
Made in the USA.
.004% THD + N @ 1 kHz,
Crosstalk:
Any channel to any other channel: -7O dB at IO kHz.
Connectors:
Gold plated DB25 Female connectors for each 8 inputs/
outputs (uses standard Tascam pinout) and (optional)
terminal strip adaptors for custom installations (point to
point wiring).
Pinout:
Channel
1 , 9 , 17 , 25
2 , 10 , 18 , 26
3 , 11 , 19 , 27
4 , 12 , 20 , 28
5 , 13 , 21 , 29
6 , 14 , 22 , 30
7 , 15 , 23 , 31
8 , 16 , 24 , 32
Pin
24 ,12 , 25
10 , 23 , 11
21 , 9 , 22
7 , 20 , 8
18 , 6 , 19
4 ,17 , 5
15 ,3 , 16
1 ,14 , 2
Signals
+ , - , GND
+ , - , GND
+ , - , GND
+ , - , GND
+ , - , GND
+ , - , GND
+ , - , GND
+ , - , GND
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Creating Labels
Label strip creation and installation.
GPI Input
Tools Needed
1.) Xacto Knife.
2.) Microsoft Excel(tm) or compatible spread sheet
program.
3.) Laser or Ink-jet printer.
4.) Glue stick.
To use the rear panel GPI input, connect 2 wires to the
GPI connector that was supplied with your SixtyFour. At
the other end of the 2 wires, connect either a momentary
or latching switch. Plug the connector end into the GPI
input on the rear panel of the SixtyFour.
Label creation
1.) Open the Excel template “SixtyFour Labeller.xls”
included on CD-ROM.
2.) Type your desired labels into the Source and Destination fields.
3.) Execute a Save-As with a new filename.
4.) Print the labels on standard Laser or Ink-jet paper.
5.) Using a straight edge and an Xacto knife trim the 2
sides of the strips to just outside the black line.
6.) Carefully cut along the rows to separate all 8 strips.
Label installation
1.) Slide the 4 white plastic backing strips to the right out
of the label holders.
2.) Locate the label strip for Sources 1 - 8.
3.) Apply 1/2” of glue to one end of a white backing strip.
4.) Place the Source 1 end of the label strip over the glue
and press down.
5.) Apply 1/2” of glue to the middle of the white backing
strip just past the end of the Source 1 - 8 labels.
6.) Place the Source 9 end of the label strip over the glue
and press down.
7.) Continue until all labels are applied.
8.) Position the Source1 - 32 label strip at the right side of
the top label holder.
9.) With your right hand, slowly slide the white backing
strip to the left. Use your left hand to guide the paper
labels into the label holder.
10.) Continue until all 4 strips are installed.
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When the GPI switch is closed, the SixtyFour will recall
memory number 90 with all its levels and routing information. The panel will display “GPI”. When the switch is
opened, the SixtyFour will recall its previous state exactly
as it was before the GPI switch was closed.
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Serial Control Specifications
SixtyFour MIDI/RS232 Implementation Chart (ROM Version 1.31)
Note: All numbers in hexadecimal unless otherwise noted. Tx = Transmitted; Rx = Received
RS-232 is 38.4k Baud N, 8,1 N = Channel from 0 to F Pin3 is TX, Pin2 is Rx
Echo = Recieved and Echoed out Echoinc = Recieved and Echoed on MIDI channel + 1
Make Master/Slave selection in SixtyFour Util Mode
% = Responds only if Soft Lock Off
* = MIDI and RS232
*Master/Slave
Message
Tx/Rx/Echo/Echoinc
Message
Rx
Rx
BN-60-00
BN-60-01
Lock Messages
*Master/Slave
*Master/Slave
Soft Lock Off
Soft Lock On
*Master/Slave
*Master/Slave
*Master/Slave
*Master/Slave
Lock Mode Read
Rx
Hard Locks Off
Rx, Tx
Hard Lock One (locks Memory #1) Rx,Tx
Hardlock All (Locks Memories 1-90) Rx, Tx
BN-61-7F
BN-61-00
BN-61-01
BN-61-02
Status Messages
*Master/Slave
*Master/Slave
*Master/Slave
*Master/Slave
Status Read
Patch Change and Save OFF
Patch Change Mode ON
Save Mode ON
Rx
Tx
Tx
Rx,Tx
BN-61-7E
BN-60-06
BN-60-07
BN-60-08
Patch Control Messages
*% Master/Slave
*Master/Slave
*Master/Slave
*Master/Slave
Patch Change
Rx
Request current Patch Number Rx, (Echo if N is not mychan)
Store current Settings to Patch Rx
Current Patch Number
Tx
CN-Patch (00 to 59)
BN-61-71
BN-70-Patch#
BN-71-Patch#
Mode Control Messages
*Master/Slave
*Master/Slave
*Master/Slave
*Master/Slave
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Route Mode On
Level Mode On
Meter Mode On
Modes Off
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Rx
Rx
Rx
Rx
BN-60-02
BN-60-03
BN-60-04
BN-60-05
Serial Control Specifications
*Master/Slave
Message
Tx/Rx/Echo/Echoinc
Message
Route Mode Control Messages
*Master/Slave
Route Mode On
Rx
*Master/Slave
Select Source
Rx, Tx
* % Master/Slave
Destination OFF
Rx, Tx
* % Master/Slave
Destination ON
Rx, Tx
*Master/Slave
Read Source assignments
Rx
*Master/Slave
Read Destination Source
Rx
*Master/Slave
Read Source Stereo assignments Rx
*Master/Slave
Source Stereo assignments
Rx, Tx
Note: Source (R) not equal Source (L) + 1 = turn stereo off
BN-60-02
BN-62-Source
BN-63-Destination
BN-64-Destination
BN-65-Source
BN-66-Destination
BN-67-Source
BN-68-Source
BN-68-Source (R)
*Master/Slave
Read Dest Stereo assignments Rx
*Master/Slave
Destination Stereo assignments Rx, Tx
Note: Destination (R) not equal Destination (L) + 1 = turn stereo off
BN-69-Destination
BN-6A-Destination (L)
BN-6A-Destination (R)
Level Mode Control Mesages
*Master/Slave
Level Mode On
*Master/Slave
Read Source Level
*Master/Slave
Source Level
Note: Level from 00 to 106 (decimal) is -96dB to +10dB
*Master/Slave
Source Right Channel
Rx
Rx
Rx, Tx
BN-60-03
BN-6B-Source
BN-Source-Level
Tx
BN-Source-7F
*Master/Slave
*Master/Slave
*Master/Slave
Destination Level
Destination Level
Destination Balance
Rx
Rx, Tx
Tx
BN-6C-Destination
BN-Destination + 20-Level
AN-Destinatio + 40-Balance
*Master/Slave
*Master/Slave
*Master/Slave
Set Source 1-16 Absolute
Set Source 17-32 Absolute
Set Source 1-32 Absolute
Rx
Rx
Rx
BN-40-Level (Absolute)
BN-41-Level (Absolute)
BN-42-Level (Absolute)
*Master/Slave
Set Source 1-16 Relative
Rx
*Master/Slave
Set Source 17-32 Relative
Rx
*Master/Slave
Set Source 1-32 Relative
Rx
(Note: Relative, 3F = no change. Above 3F is positive, below 3F is negative .)
BN-43-Level (Relative)
BN-44-Level (Relative)
BN-45-Level (Relative)
*Master/Slave
*Master/Slave
*Master/Slave
BN-46-Level (Absolute)
BN-47-Level (Absolute)
BN-48-Level (Absolute)
Set Destin 1-16 Absolute
Set Destin 17-32 Absolute
Set Destin 1-32 Absolute
Rx
Rx
Rx
*Master/Slave
Set Destin 1-16 Relative
Rx
*Master/Slave
Set Destin 17-32 Relative
Rx
*Master/Slave
Set Destin 1-32 Relative
Rx
(Note: Relative, 3F = no change. Above 3F is positive, below 3F is negative .)
BN-49-Level (Relative)
BN-4A-Level (Relative)
BN-4B-Level (Relative)
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Serial Control Specifications
*Master/Slave
Read MIDI Patch Map
Rx
*Master/Slave
MIDI Patch Map
Rx, Tx
BN-6E-Patch (Chan1)
Note: If Patch = 7F Then it is Off BN-6E-Patch (Chan2)
BN-6E-Patch (Chan3)
...
BN-6E-Patch (Chan16)
BN-6D-7F
BN-6D-00
*Master/Slave
Read label
*Master/Slave
Label
BN-Source or Dest+20 CHAR 0
BN-Source or Destination+20 CHAR 1
BN-Source or Destination+20 CHAR A
Note: Char Is ASCII Character
BN-6F-Source or Dest+20
Rx
Rx, Tx
*Master/Slave
Master/Slave
Master/Slave
Store current Settings to Patch Rx
Current Patch Number
Tx
Blank Patch Number
Tx
BN-70-Patch#
BN-71-Patch#
BN-71-7F
*Master MIDI
*Master MIDI
GPI on
GPI off
Rx, Tx, Echo
Rx, Tx, Echo
B0-7F-7E
B0-7F-7F
*Slave MIDI
*Slave MIDI
GPI on
GPI off
Rx, Echo
Rx, Echo
B0-7F-7E
B0-7F-7F
Master
*Slave
*Slave
Encoder Push
Encoder Push
Encoder Push
Tx
Rx, Echo
Rx, (Echo if N is not mychan)
B0-7F-7B
B0-7F-7B
BN-7F-7B
Master
Master
Encoder Release - (LOCKED) Tx
Encoder Release - (UNLOCKED) Tx
B0-7F-7C
B0-7F-7D
Master
*Slave
Encoder Rotate
Scroll Memory
Tx
Rx, (Echo if N is not mychan)
B0-7F-Patch
BN-7F-Patch
Master
Master
Ping Hi
Ping Lo
Tx
Tx
80-XX-01
80-XX-00
*Slave
*Slave
*Slave
*Slave
Ping Hi
Ping Lo
Ping Hi Echoinc
Ping Lo Echoinc
Rx
Rx
Tx
Tx
8N-XX-01
8N-XX-00
8(N+1)-XX-01
8(N+1)-XX-00
Note: XX = 00 if Patch edit buffer is same as Patch data (no edits in process)
Note: XX = 01 if Patch edit buffer is different from Patch data (edits in process)
Note: The decimal point on the most significant 7 segment display of a slaved SixtyFour is blinked by the ping
messages input to it.
Meter Messages
Master&Slave
Audio Meter N = MIDI Channel Rx
Audio Chan is 00 to 1F for sources and 20 to 3F for destinations.
Value 00 to 0C corresponding to -30, -25,-20,-15,-1 0,-5,-2,0,+2,+5,+1 0,+20
*% Master&Slave Source Level 32 destinations from 00 to 1F Rx BO-Source-Level
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Serial Control Specifications
Sysex Messages:
Note: Header= FO-00-01-OF-00-10, CH is MIDI channel from 00 to OF
Request all 90 patch memories:
Header - 40 - CH - F7 Rx
Request one patch memory:
Header - 41 - CH - Patch # - F7 Rx
Request current audio settings:
Header - 42 - CH - F7 Rx
Request channel labels:
Header - 43 - CH - F1 Rx
Request stereo assignments:
Header - 44 - CH - F7 Rx
Request system parameters:
Header - 48 - CH - F7 Rx (One MIDI channel)
Switch meters on/off:
Header - 49 - CH - State - F7 Rx
State = 00 for Meter Off State = 01 for Meter On. State = 02 for meter scan
Request system Parameters:
Any MIDI Channel)
Header - 7F - 00 - F7 Rx
Patch memory update:
Header - 01-CH - Patch# - Body - F7 Tx, Rx
Wait 1/10 Second between sending these messages.
Switch Matrix Assignments:
Note: Bit 7=O, Bit 6=0, Bit 5=0, Bit 4=0
Bit 3
Destination 1
Byte # 0
Source 4
Byte # 1
Source 8
Byte # 2
Source 12
Byte # 3
Source 16
Bit 2
Bit 1
Bit 0
Source 3
Source 7
Source 11
Source 15
Source 2
Source 6
Source 10
Source 14
Source 1
Source 5
Source 09
Source 13
Destination 2
Byte # 4
Byte # 5
Byte # 6
Byte # 7
..........
Destination 32
Byte # 124
Byte # 125
Byte # 126
Byte # 121
Source 4
Source 8
Source 12
Source 6
Source 3
Source 7
Source 11
Source 15
Source 2
Source 6
Source 10
Source 14
Source 1
Source 5
Source 09
Source 13
Source 4
Source 8
Source 12
Source 16
Source 3
Source 7
Source 11
Source 15
Source 2
Source 6
Source 10
Source 14
Source l
Source 5
Source 09
Source 13
Destination 1
Byte # 128
Byte # 129
Byte # 130
Byte # 131
Source 20
Source 24
Source 28
Source 32
Source 19
Source 23
Source 27
Source 31
Source 18
Source 22
Source 26
Source 30
Source 11
Source 21
Source 25
Source 29
Source 20
Source 24
Source 28
Source 32
Source 19
Source 23
Source 27
Source 31
Source 18
Source 22
Source 26
Source 30
Source 17
Source 21
Source 25
Source 29
Source 20
Source 24
Source 28
Source 32
Source 19
Source 23
Source 27
Source 31
Source 18
Source 22
Source 26
Source 30
Source 17
Source 21
Source 25
Source 29
Destination 2
Byte # 132
Byte # 133
Byte # 134
Byte # 135
... ... ... ... ...
Destination 32
Byte # 252
Byte # 253
Byte # 254
Byte # 255
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Serial Control Specifications
Source Levels: Note: 60 is Unity Gain, 6A is +lOdB Gain
Byte # 256
Source 1 level from 00 to 6A
Byte # 257
Source 2 level from 00 to 6A
Byte # 288
Source 32 level from 00 to 6A
...
Byte # 322
Low Nibble Patch # to send out on MIDI Channel 1
Byte # 323
High Nibble Patch # to send out on MIDI Channel 1
Byte # 324
Low Nibble Patch # to send out on MIDI Channel 2
Byte # 325
High Nibble Patch # to send out on MIDI Channel 2l
Byte # 360
Low Nibble Patch # to send out on MIDI Channel 16
Byte # 361
High Nibble Patch # to send out on MIDI Channel 16
Current audio settings:
Header - 02 - CH - 00 - Body - F7 Rx, Tx
Where Body includes the some as above.
Source/Destination Labels: Header - 03 - CH - 00 - Labels - F7
Where Labels includes:
Source l 10 ASCII Characters
Source 2 10 ASCII Characters
...
Source 32 10 ASCII Characters
Destination 1 10 ASCII Characters
Destination 2 10 ASCII Characters
...
Destination 32 10 ASCII Characters
Stereo Assignments:
Header- 04- CH -Stereo- F7 Rx, Tx
Where Stereo includes:
Note: Both nibbles = OF means not assigned stereo.
Byte # (Decimal)
Byte # 0 Low Nib of Source 1 Stereo Pair. 01H or 0FH, Byte # l High Nib of Source 1 Stereo Pair 00H or 0FH
Byte # 2 Low Nib of Source 2 Stereo Pair. 00H or 0FH, Byte # 3 High Nib of Source 2 Stereo Pair. 00H or 0FH
Byte # 4 Low Nib of Source 3 Stereo Pair. 03H or 0FH, Byte # 5 High Nib of Source 3 Stereo Pair. 00H or 0FH
Byte # 6 Low Nib of Source 4 Stereo Pair. 02H or 0FH, Byte # 7 High Nib of Source 4 Stereo Pair. 00H or 0FH
...
Byte # 60 Low Nib of Source 31 Stereo Pair. 0FH or 0FH, Byte # 61 High Nib of Source 31 Stereo Pair. 01H or 0FH
Byte # 62 Low Nib of Source 32 Stereo Pair. 0EH or 0FH, Byte # 63 High Nib of Source 32 Stereo Pair. 01H or 0FH
Byte # 64 Low Nib of Dest 1 Stereo Pair. 01H or 0FH, Byte # 65 High Nib of Dest 1 Stereo Pair. 00H or 0FH
Byte # 66 Low Nib of Dest 2 Stereo Pair. 00H or 0FH, Byte # 67 High Nib of Dest 2 Stereo Pair. 00H or 0FH
Byte # 68 Low Nib of Source 3 Stereo Pair. 03H or 0FH, Byte # 69 High Nib of Source 3 Stereo Pair. 00H or 0FH
Byte # 70 low Nib of Source 4 Stereo Pair. 02H or 0FH, Byte # 71 High Nib of Source 4 Stereo Pair. 00H or 0FH
...
Byte # 124 Low Nib of Dest 31 Stereo Pair. 0FH or OFF, Byte # 125 High Nib of Dest 31 Stereo Pair. 01H or 0FH
Byte # 126 Low Nib of Dest 32 Stereo Pair. 0EH or 0FH, Byte # 127 High Nib of Dest 32 Stereo Pair. 01H or 0FH
System Parameters: Header - 08 - Params - F7 Rx, Tx
Where Params includes:
Byte # 0 MIDIChannel 00-0F
Byte # 1 Lock type 0 = Off, 01= One, 02=All
Byte # 2 Autoscan time 08 (fast)- AF (slow)
Byte # 3 102 (Fixed)
Byte # 4 System Flags Bit # 0 is Master/Slave status. 0 = Master, 1 = Slave
Meter sensitivity is Bit #1. 0 = +4 dBv, 1 = -10 dBu.
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