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Yamaha D1030 Owner's manual
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FCC INFORMATION (U.S.A.)
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Relocate either this product or the device that is being affected by the interference.
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Introduction
The D1030 Digital Delay Line is a high-performance delay line with on-
board EQ designed for commercial sound applications — especially those
requiring excellent sound quality and extended dynamic range. It features a
1-in/3-out configuration with independently programmable delays of up to
1300 milliseconds (20-microsecond increments) for each output. 15 memory
locations are provided so preset programs including delay and EQ settings
can be prepared and easily recalled when needed. Programs may be recalled
via the front-panel controls, by using a contact-closure system, or via MIDI.
The D1030 offers sound quality, programmability and functional versa-
tility that make it ideal for a broad range of critical applications including
time alignment, distance delay compensation, electronically-assisted acous-
tics, special effects, and more.
Main Features
New technological 18-bit AID conversion and 18-bit D/A conversion.
Dynamic range over 100 dB.
THD less than 0.03%.
Full 20 kHz bandwidth.
Delays to 1300 milliseconds in 20-microsecond increments.
2 main operational modes:
DELAY & PARAMETRIC EQUALIZER: Independent 3-band paramet-
ric EQ for each delay output.
* DELAY & CROSSOVER: 3-way crossover with delay for each output
and 2-way crossover plus sub-woofer with delay for each output.
Delay time may be set in milliseconds, meters or feet.
Independently programmable attenuation (up to 50 dB or oo) for each
delay channel.
Balanced +4 dB analog input and outputs.
Front panel disable and internal memory protect functions.
EQ/crossover mode change lockout for system protection.
MIDI interface for real-time parameter control, memory select, parame-
ter adjust, and memory up/down loading.
CONTENTS
PRE CAUTIONS oot ttt ee coco ocoocecrooriaco, 3
CONTROLS 8: CONNECTORS/OPERATIONS SUMMARY ..............eececcccccceros 4
DELAY & PARAMETRIC EQUALIZER MODE ................e00e.e000 00 ec ee e. 7
PROGRAMS AND PROGRAM SELECTION .............00000000000rececoeaaoo A
FUNCTIONAL BLOCK DIAGRAM ............weooccooococecococecoorerereracaamecao 7
PARAMETRIC EQ PARAMETERS & PROCEDURE .............ñeoscoodeoedrorecoseo 8
EQ 8 SUBSONIC FILTER SWITCHING ..........eee.00s0ccococeocococecocroceaiaano 9
DELAY 8: CROSSOVER MODE ............. RS 22...10
PROGRAMS AND PROGRAM SELECTION ..........eeeeerrrcscccccceccerererr et; 10
THE COMPARE FUNCTION ........ PS eee ea 10
Ш A/B/C: 3-CHANNEL DELAY + 3-WAY CROSSOVER .............. ass a anna 11
FUNCTIONAL BLOCK DIAGRAM ...........eñeoorcooeoodeec0reroreneraaocóne. 11
BASIC SYSTEM CONFIGURATION oven ii, „11
3-WAY CROSSOVER PARAMETERS & PROCEDURE ............eeecdeccodoeras 12
Ш D/E/F: DELAY + 2-WAY CROSSOVER + SUB-WOOFER ooo, 14
FUNCTIONAL BLOCK DIAGRAM ..........eneeeeecevoocorocecerenoa OS 14
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2-WAY CROSSOVER PARAMETERS & PROCEDURE 15
DELAY, ATTENUATION & PHASE PARAMETERS & PROCEDURE .............. nao. 17
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UTILITY MODE FUNCTIONS 111 iii 21
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DEL AY DISPLAY ott ete 21
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MIDI CONTROL .............ee00s000000ecoaeeeareaaoooererocaocecirececaeodao, 21
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TIME ALIGNMENT BASICS ............. Lana aan ana a aa dada ana 24
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SPECIFICATIONS ern 26
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DIMENSIONS ....... RE 27
MIDI DATA FORMAT ........... PT Add-1
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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 humid-
ity — such as near radiators, stoves, etc. Also avoid
locations which are subject to excessive dust accu-
mulation or vibration which could cause mechanical
damage.
If the D1030 is to be rack mounted, make sure
that sufficient ventilation is provided.
Avoid Physical Shocks
Strong physical shocks to the unit can cause
damage. Handle it with care.
Do Not Open The Case Or Attempt Repairs
Or Modifications Yourself
This product contains no user-serviceable parts.
© Refer all maintenance to qualified YAMAHA serv-
ice personnel. Opening the case and/or tampering
with the internal circuitry will void the warranty.
Make Sure Power Is Off Before Making Or
Removing Connections
Always turn the power OFF prior to connecting
or disconnecting cables.
Handle Cables Carefully
Always plug and unplug cables — includin g the
AC cord — by gripping the connector, not the cord.
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.
Always Use the Correct Power Supply
The power requirements for the D1030 are
clearly marked on the rear panel. Make sure the
specified mains veltage matches the voltage in your
area before using the unit!
8. Electrical Interference
Since the D1030 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 D1030 further away
from the affected equipment.
Memory Backup
The D1030 contains a special long-life battery
that retains the contents of its internal RAM mem-
ory even when the power is turned OFF, The backup
battery should last for approximately 5 years. When
the battery voltage drops to a level that is too low to
maintain the memory contents, the following mes-
sage will appear on the D1030 display when the
power is turned ON:
If this display appears, have the backup battery
replaced by qualified Y AMAHA service personnel.
DO NOT ATTEMPT TO REPLACE THE BACKUP
BATTERY YOURSELF!
!! PLEASE READ THIS BEFORE PROCEEDING !!
CONTROLS & CONNECTORS/OPERATIONS SUMMARY
FRONT PANEL
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O Power Switch
Press to turn the power ON or OFF.
O Input & Output Level Indicators
These 8-element LED level meters provide ac-
curate peak-level readings for the input signal and
the output signals at each of the D1030’s three out-
puts. The lower 7 segments correspond to —42, —36,
—30, —24, —18, —12 and —6 dB. The highest segment
is a CLIP indicator that warns of circuit overload.
See the block diagram on page 27 for the level
indicator take-off points.
© Mode Indicators
Indicate whether the D1030 is in the “DELAY
& PARAMETRIC EQ (P.EQ)” or “DELAY &
CROSSOVER (X-OVER)” mode, selected by the
rear-panel MODE switch (® MODE switch, below).
@ MEMORY Display
This 7-segment LED display shows which of
the D1030’s available memory locations is selected
— 1 through F (hexadecimal). Memory locations 1
through 9 are used for storing DELAY & PAR-
AMETRIC EQUALIZER programs, locations A
‘through C store 3-way DELAY & CROSSOVER
programs, and locations D through F hold 2-way
DELAY & CROSSOVER programs.
See page 7 for further details.
O LCD Display
Two l6-character display lines show program
names, parameters and values for easy operation
and programming. The display is backlit for opti-
mum visibility.
сс STORE
® Cursor & Parameter Edit Keys
The horizontal arrow keys move the cursor to
the desired parameter within the display screen,
while the vertical arrow keys adjust the value of the
selected parameter.
Delay Key
Accesses the individual delay 1, delay 2 and
delay 3 parameters, as well as an overall delay off-
set parameter.
See page 17 for further details.
Attenuation/Phase Key
Allows individual adjustment of the attenuation
(up to 50 dB or o) and phase (normal or reverse) of
each delay channel.
See page 17 for further details.
EQ/Subsonic/Compare Key
Allows the equalizer and subsonic filter for each
channel to be independently turned on or off in the
DELAY & PARAMETRIC EQUALIZER mode.
Also activates the COMPARE function during DE-
LAY & CROSSOVER mode editing, allowing A/B
comparison between previously stored and new data.
See pages 9 and 10 for further details.
CH1/LOW, CH2/MID, CH3/HIGH Keys
These keys access the EQ parameters for the
corresponding channel when the DELAY AND
PARAMETRIC EQUALIZER mode is selected (i.e.
when a memory location between 1 and 9 is se-
lected), or the crossover filter parameters when the
—
DELAY & CROSSOVER mode is selected (memory
locations A through F).
See pages 8. 11 and 13 for further details.
MEMORY Select, STORE and RECALL
Keys | | |
Select and recall or store data in any of the
D1030 memory locations.
See page 7 for further details.
UTILITY Key
The UTILITY key accesses a range of utility
functions including program title edit, delay display
mode (milliseconds, feet or meters), level meter
peakhold ON/OFF, MIDI channel selection, MIDI
program change table assignments, MIDI controller
assignments, and bulk dump operations.
See page 21 for further details,
® DELAY BYPASS Key
One-touch delay bypass. When this key is
pressed its indicator will light and all delays are
completely bypassed. EQ and crossover parameters
are unaffected. Pressing the key a second time
causes its indicator to go out and restores normal
delay operation.
INPUT Level Control
Matches the sensitivity of the D1030 input to
the source signal. Use in conjunction with the “IN”
level indicator to set up the optimum input level for
various signals.
"REAR PANEL
MODE $ | PROTECT
. REMOTE Ole
(6 INPUT Connector
Electronically balanced main input to the D1030.
Nominal input level/impedance is +4 dB/10 kQ.
The pin connections are:
Pin 1: GROUND
Pin 2: HOT (+)
Pin 3: COLD (-)
“6 CHI, CH2 and CH3 OUTPUT Connectors
Electronically balanced outputs from each of the
D1030 delay/EQ channels. Nominal output level/im-
pedance is +4 dB/150 Q. The pin connections are the
same as for the input connector.
© MIDI IN and OUT Connectors
MIDI IN accepts MIDI program change, control
change messages to select specific memory locations
or control assigned EQ parameters or parameter
change, respectively. MIDI OUT allows program data
to be “bulk dumped” to a second D1030 or MIDI data
storage device, parameter change data to be “link” to
a second D1030, and also program change.
See pages 19 and 20 for more information.
® REMOTE Connector
Accepts a custom-built contact-closure system
for remote memory location selection.
See page 20 for further details.
® MODE Switch
Locks the D1030 in the P. EQ or CROSSOVER
mode to prevent speaker or system damage.
See pages 7 and 10 for further details.
@ PROTECT Switch
Has settings to either lock out the front panel
keys or prevent memory write operations.
о In the “OFF” position no protect function is ac-
tive.
* In the “MEM?” position the internal memory is
protected and can not be overwritten by either a
front-panel STORE operation or MIDI bulk data
reception.
In the “KEY” position all front-panel keys are
— locked out and have no effect on the D1030's op-
eration, except receiving MIDI bulk dump re-
quest. -
91] MODE/PROTECT Switch Cover
Prevents unwanted changes to the MODE and
PROTECT switch settings. The plastic cover is at-
tached with two screws — the cover can be removed
or installed by removing one screw and loosening the
other.
"DELAY & PARAMETRIC EQUALIZER MODE - Memory Locations 1... 9 —
DE.
The DELAY & PARAMETRIC EQUALIZER mode
is selected by setting the rear-panel MODE switch to the
“P.EQ” position. This should normally be done while the
power is OFF.
To prevent speaker and/or system damage, the D1030
is equipped with a muting function that is automatically -
activated if the MODE switch setting is changed while
the power is ON. If this occurs and the protection func-
tion is activated, the following display will appear:
Turn the [POWER] switch OFF and then ON again
to reset the muting function and activate the selected
mode.
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PROGRAMS AND
PROGRAM SELECTION
In the DELAY & PARAMETRIC EQUALIZER
mode, only programs (memory locations) 1 through 9
are available. The various programs are selected as fol-
lows:
1. Use the memory 4 and V keys to select the de-
sired program — the selected program number will
flash on the LED display to indicate that the pro-
gram has been selected but not recalled (the previ-
ously selected program is still active.
2. Press the [RECALL] key to actually recall and acti-
vate the selected program — the recalled program
number will light continuously.
Note: When the D1030 is initially shipped, all memory
locations contain “INITIAL” programs in which all
parameters are set to their “normal” values. Original
DELAY & PARAMETRIC EQUALIZER programs
you create by editing the various delay and EQ para-
meters can be stored in any memory location be-
tween 1 and 9 by using the STORE procedure de-
scribed on page 18. |
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PARAMETERS & PROCEDURE
The [CH1], [CH2] and [CH3] keys each select four
display screens in sequence, as shown below:
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CH1 CH2 CH3
LOW MID HIGH
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Use the <J and I> CURSOR keys to move the un- EQ Parameter Range
derline cursor to the required parameter. Use the A and
V parameter editing keys to set the value of the selected
parameter. |
The 4 or V key can be held for continuous incre-
menting or decrementing. Faster incrementing or decre-
menting can be achieved by pressing the opposite key
LOW F (Frequency)
MID F (Frequency)
HIGH F (Frequency)
G (Gain)
Q (Bandwidth, MID only)
40 Hz — 1.6 kHz
200 Hz —8 kHz
400 Hz — 16 kHz
+15 dB
0.1 — 10
while holding the 4 or V key.
The ranges of the equalizer parameters (not includ-
ing the “CTRL” screen parameters — see “REALTIME
MIDI PARAMETER CONTROL” on page 19) are as
follows: |
DELAY, ATTENUATION &
PHASE PARAMETERS & PROCEDURE
These parameters operate the same in all D1030
modes. See page 17 for details.
EQ & SUBSONIC FILTER SWITCHING
In the DELAY & PARAMETRIC EQUALIZER
mode, the [EQ/SUB] key alternately selects the follow-
ing two display screens:
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i indicates the channel-3 (CH3) parameter.
The “P.EQ” screen allows switching the parametric
equalizer ON or OFF for each channel, and the “SUB.”
allows switching the internal subsonic filter (20 Hz, —12
dB/oct.) ON or OFF for each channel.
Select the desired channel using the <I and >
CURSOR keys, then switch ON or OFF using the pa-
rameter editing 41 and V keys. |
"DELAY & CROSSOVER MODE - Programs À, B, C, D, E and F -
The DELAY & CROSSOVER mode is selected by
setting the rear-panel MODE switch to the “X-OVER”
position. This should normally be done while the power
is OFF.
To prevent speaker and/or system damage, the D1030
15 equipped with a muting function that is automatically
activated if the MODE switch setting is changed while
the power is ON. If this occurs and the protection func-
tion is activated, the following display will appear:
Turn the [POWER] switch OFF and then ON again
to reset the muting function and activate the selected
mode.
PROGRAMS AND
PROGRAM SELECTION
In the DELAY & CROSSOVER mode, only pro-
grams (memory locations) A through F are available.
The various programs are selected as follows:
1. Use the memory 4 and V keys to select the de-
sired program — the selected program number will
flash on the LED display to indicate that the pro-
gram has been selected but not recalled (the previ-
ously selected program is still active).
2. Press the [RECALL] key to actually recall and acti-
vate the selected program — the recalled program
number will light continuously. When switching
from a 3-way crossover to a 2-way Crossover pro-
gram, however, a “RECALL OK?” display will ap-
pear when the [RECALL] key is first pressed. This
is a precautionary measure intended to preventing
speaker and/or system damage caused by switching
to an inappropriate crossover configuration. When
the “RECALL OK?” display appears, press the
[RECALL] key a second time to recall the selected
program.
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Note: When the D1030 is initially shipped, all memory
locations contain “INITIAL” programs in which all
parameters are set to their “normal” values. Original
DELAY d: CROSSOVER programs you-create by
editing the various delay and EQ parameters can be
stored in any memory location between A and F (3-
Way types to programs A, B or C; 2-way types to
programs D, E or F) by using the STORE procedure
described on page 18. ;
THE COMPARE FUNCTION
In the DELAY & CROSSOVER mode, the [COM-
PARE/EQ/SUB] key activates the D1030 COMPARE
function (the EQ ON/OFF and SUBSONIC FILTER
parameters are not available in this mode). |
When the [COMPARE/EQ/SUB] key is pressed
while editing in this mode, its indicator will light and
the parameters of the program stored in the current
memory location are temporarily recalled so the sound
can be compared with that of the edited version. Press
the [COMPARE/EQ/SUB] key again to return to the
edited parameters (the [COMPARE/EQ/SUB] key indi-
cator will go out).
B A/B/C: 3-CHANNEL DELAY + 3-WAY CROSSOVER
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POWER AMPLIFIERS
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DELAY, ATTENUATION &
PHASE PARAMETERS & PROCEDURE
These parameters operate the same in all D1030
modes. See page 17 for details.
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PARAMETERS & PROCEDURE
The [CH1], [CH2] and [CH3] keys each select three
display screens in sequence, as shown below:
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Use the <J and I> CURSOR keys to move the un- 3-way Crossover Parameters Range
derline cursor to thé required parameter. Use the 4 and у | 5
V parameter editing keys to set the value of the selected LOW F (Frequency) 200 Hz — 2 kHz
parameter. MID-LO F (Frequency) 200 Hz — 2 kHz
The 1 or V key can be held for continuous incre- MID-HI F (Frequency) 1 kHz — 10 kHz
menting or decrementing. Faster incrementing of decre- HIGH F (Frequency) 1 kHz — 10 kHz
menting can be achieved by pressing the opposite key LOW - HPF F (Frequency) 20 Hz — 80 Hz
while holding the 4 or V key. HIGH - LPF F (Frequency) 10 kHz — 18 kHz
The ranges of the 3-way crossover parameters (not F.F (Frequency Fine) -10 — +10
including the “CTRL” screen parameters — see “REAL-
TIME MIDI PARAMETER CONTROL” on page 19)
are as follows:
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LOW, MID-LO, MID-HI
and HIGH SL. (Slope)
HPF and LPF SL. (Slope)
-6 — -24D* dB/oct.
THRU — -18D dB/oct.
All slope values except —6 dB/oct. (i.e. —12, —18 and
—24 dB/oct.) have four settings — A, B, C and D.
These correspond to different degrees of attenuation
at the cutoff frequency, as follows:
Display —**А | FFB | -**С —** >
Attenuation | -3 dB | A4 dB | -5 dB | -6 dB
—12A, —12B, —12C and —12D, for example, all
have —12 dB/octave slopes, but are 3, 4, 5, and 6 dB
down at the selected frequency, respectively. In par-
ticular, the —12D and -24D (-6 dB) settings produce
a Linkwitz-Riley filter response with constant-volt-
age characteristics and a gain of 1.
The optimum settings for a given sound system _
will depend on the type of speakers used and other
factors, and are best determined by ear. Aim for a
smooth, natural crossover between frequency
ranges. The only rule is that the LPF and HPF slopes
for the same crossover point should be set to the
b&b Ab
LEVEL (dB)
FREQUENCY
same attenuation value to avoid phase differences
that may adversely affect the response at and around
the crossover frequency.
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INPUT
—— | D1030 SUB-WOOFER
DELAY, ATTENUATION &
PHASE PARAMETERS & PROCEDURE
These parameters operate the same in all D1030
modes. See page 17 for details.
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A full-range auxilliary
speaker can be used in
place of a subwoofer if
the SUB-W parameter
is set ro its maximum
frequency of 18 kHz.
2-WAY CROSSOVER
PARAMETERS & PROCEDURE
The [CH1], [CH2] and [CH3] keys each select three
display screens in sequence, as shown below:
> с cD
CHI CH2 CH3
LOW MID — HIGH
Silk — HPF LOL — HFF HIGH SL.=-Z4H
E= 48 SL. =THRU F= 188 SL.=THEU F= l,6k F.F= À
Sh S.A LLO SL. =-Z40 HIGH — LFPF
F= 150 F.F= À r= lbe F,F= E F= 14E SL. =THEU
CTRL BO DLY CTRL BO [LY CTRL BO DL
0.0 + 190,9 0.0 + 199,6 0.0 + 199,6
Use the <J and "> CURSOR keys to move the un- 2-way Crossover Parameters Range
derline cursor to the required parameter. Use the A and y | 5
V parameter editing keys to set the value of the selected SUB-W F (Frequency) 80 Hz — 18 kHz
parameter.
The A or Ÿ key can be held for continuous incre-
menting or decrementing. Faster incrementing or decre-
menting can be achieved by pressing the opposite key -
while holding the 4 or V key.
The ranges of the 2-way crossover parameters (not
including the “CTRL” screen parameters — see “REAL -
TIME MIDI PARAMETER CONTROL” on page 19)
are as follows:
LOW F (Frequency)
HIGH F (Frequency)
SUB-W - HPF F (Frequency)
LOW - HPF F (Frequency)
HIGH - LPF F (Frequency)
F.F (Frequency Fine)
SUB-W, LOW
and HIGH SL. (Slope)
HPF and LPF SL, (Slope)
400 Hz — 6.3 kHz
400 Hz — 6.3 kHz
20 Hz — 80 Hz
20 Hz — 400 Hz
10 kHz — 18 kHz
-10 — +10
-6 — —24D* dB/oct.
THRU — -18D dB/oct.
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All slope values except —6 dB/oct. (i.e. -12, -18 and
—24 dB/oct.) have four settings — A, B, C and D.
These correspond to different degrees of attenuation A F
at the cutoff frequency, as follows: о |
| | ce
Display —-**A | —B | _#*C | —D DAN
, > N
Attenuation | -3 dB | dB | -5dB | —6 dB = A
—5 *
- —12A, —12B, —12C and —12D, for example, all -6
have 412 dB/octave slopes, but are 3, 4, 5, and 6 dB
down at the selected frequency, respectively. In par- g
ticular, the -12D and —24D (-6 dB) settings produce =
a Linkwitz-Riley filter response with constant-volt- i
age characteristics and a gain of 1.
The optimum settings for a given sound system FREQUENCY
will depend on the type of speakers used and other
factors, and are best determined by ear. Aim for a
smooth, natural crossover between frequency
ranges. The only rule is that the LPF and HPF slopes
for the same crossover point should be set to the
same attenuation value to avoid phase differences
that may adversely affect the response at and around
Note: The SUB-W F (frequency) parameter can be set as
high as 18 kHz to allow the use of a supplemental
full-range speaker system rather than a sub-woofer
the crossover frequency. system.
SUB-W SUB-W LOW-HPF LOW HIGH HIGH-LPF
| | | | |
THRU | | THRU! | | RU
CH1 (L) CH2 (M) CH3 (H)
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“DELAY, ATTENUATION & PHASE PARAMETERS & PROCEDURE
The D1030 delay, attenuation and phase parameters
are set in the same way and have the same effect regard-
less of the currently selected operating mode.
The [DELAY] and [ATT/@] keys each alternately
access two display screens, as shown below.
BLY OF
То
|
Pet ==}
TI
E
iZ
Е
Fe
Los
E
pas
‘ааа ба
- - mors
lam [ME
i Ea!
«LI LT
Ë
Ei indicates the channel-1 (CH1) parameter.
El indicates the channel-2 (CH2) parameter.
& indicates the channel-3 (CH3) parameter.
Use the <l and > CURSOR keys to move the un-
derline cursor to the required parameter (except in the
“DLY OFFSET” screen, which only has one parameter).
Use the /\ and V parameter editing keys to set the
value of the selected parameter.
The 4 or V key can be held for continuous incre-
menting or decrementing, Faster incrementing or decre-
menting can be achieved by pressing the opposite key
— while holding the 4 or V key.
THE PARAMETERS
DLY (Delay).
Range: 0... 1300 milliseconds.
0... 442 meters.
0... 1450 feet 1.5 inches.
Sets the delay time of the corresponding chan-
nel. The utility mode “DELAY DISPLAY” function
(see page 21) selects delay display in milliseconds,
meters, or feet.
DLY OFFSET (Delay Offset)
Range: 0 ... 1300 minus maximum DLY setting.
Sets an overall delay offset for all three chan-
nels. The maximum offset setting is equal to 1300
minus the highest current delay setting.
The DLY OFFSET display also appears in me-
ters or feet, according to the utility mode “DELAY
DISPLAY” setting.
PHASE (Phase).
Settings: NOR (Normal), REV (Reverse).
Selects normal or reverse phasing for the corre-
sponding channel. The phase control block for each
channel is located immediately following the delay
block, as shown in the block diagrams on pages 27.
ATT (Attenuation).
Range: 0 — 50 dB, ©.
Sets the input attenuation for the corresponding -
channel. The attenuator block for each channel is
located immediately following the phase control
block, as shown in the block diagrams on pages 27.
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PROGRAM STORE
Once you have finished editing a program, it can be
stored to the current memory location for later recall and
use. If you do not store the edited program and a differ-
ent program number or mode is selected, the edited pro-
gram will be lost (the previous program in that memory
location remains unchanged).
1. When finished editing, press the [STORE] key. A
display similar to the folowing will appear, asking
you to confirm the fact that you want to store the
edited data to the current memory location.
STORE ОК 7
MEM, 1 + MEM.
The program number will also flash on the
MEMORY LED display.
2. Press the [STORE] key a second time to actually
store the data. “MEMORY STORE” will appear
while the data is being stored. When the store opera-
tion is finished, the MEMORY LED display will
stop flashing.
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REALTIME MIDI PARAMETER CONTROL
This capability makes it possible to independently
control up to three delay, EQ or crossover parameters
via MIDI control change messages received at the MIDI
IN connector. Any MIDI device that is capable of trans-
mitting control change messages with control numbers Q
through 31, 64 through 95 and 102 through 120 can be
used. You could; for example, use a synthesizer modula-
tion wheel or data entry control to adjust any of the
variable parameters, or a sustain pedal to switch an “ON/
OFF” type parameter.
Control numbers are assigned to the three D1030
channels — channel 1 (Controller 1), channel 2 (Con-
troller 2) and channel 3 (Controller 3) — using the util-
ity mode “CONTROLLER ASSIGNMENT” function
described on page 22.
The “CTRL” displays accessed by the [CH1], [CH2]
and [CH3] keys are used to select the parameter to be
controlled in that program by the corresponding control-
ler, and the maximum available control range.
Different parameters can be controlled in the DE-
LAY & PARAMETRIC EQUALIZER and DELAY &
CROS SOVER modes, as follows:
DELAY & PARAMETRIC EQ MODE
DLY Delay time.
ATT. Attenuation. |
PHASE Phase NOR/REV.
P.EQ EQ ON/OFF.
SUB. Subsonic ON/OFF.
LOW-FRQ Low Frequency.
LOW-G Low Gain.
MID-FRQ Mid Frequency.
MID-G Mid Gain.
MID-Q Mid Bandwidth.
HI-FRQ High Frequency.
HI-G High Gain.
DELAY & CROSSOVER MODE
DLY Delay time.
ATT. Attenuation.
PHASE Phase NOR/REV.
The parameters on the bottom line of the display are
the minimum (to the left of the arrow) and maximum (to
the right of the arrow) control range limits, assuming the —
maximum control range to be from 0 to 100 (%). These
parameters make it possible to limit control to a speci-
fied position of the total range of the select parameter —
for example, you might want the full range of the con-
troller to change delay time only over a central 40 ...
60% portion of its range. In this case you would set the
range parameters to: “40 — 60”.
Editing procedure is the same as for all other D1030
functions: use the <1 and > CURSOR keys to select a
parameter, then the {\ and V parameter editing keys to
set the value of the selected parameter.
Note: In addition to controlling parameters using MIDI
control change messages, program change message
can be used to select programs. Refer to the utility
mode “MIDI PROGRAM CHANGE ASSIGNMENT
TABLE” function described on page 22.
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HARD-WIRED PROGRAM SELECTION
The 9-pin D-SUB REMOTE connector on the D1030
rear panel allows hard-wired remote selection of pro-
grams 1, 2, 3, and 4 (DELAY & PARAMETRIC
EQUALIZER mode only). The connector should be
wired as follows — using shielded cable. Also avoid
long cable runs which might pick up noise.
7”
OS roma
2 poser No.1
Q——
Program No. 2 |
—070——
Program Nos
—0°0—4
Program No.4 с |
р
7
MIDI LINK
PIN # SIGNAL
GND =
GND
GND
GND
GND
Program No.
Program No.
Program No.
Program No.
NO O Ja LA E 0 во =
=> LN =
* REMOTE connector wiring has no effect in the DE-
LAY & CROSSOVER mode.
* Tf more than one pin (6 ... 9) is grounded at the same
time, the lowest- numbered pin takes priority.
* If at least one pin (6 ... 9) is grounded, the front
panel keys and MIDI reception are locked out (ex-
cept receiving MIDI bulk dump request).
This function allows two D1030 units connected via
a MIDI cable to be programmed simultaneously. This
means that in stereo setups in which both channels re-
quire the same parameter settings, the editing procedure
need only be carried out once.
In practice, one D1030 functions as the “slave”.
Connect a MIDI cable from the MIDI OUT of the master
unit to the MIDI IN of the slave unit. This function is
used primarily to match the transmit channel of the mas-
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ter unit with the receive channel of the slave unit. Refer
to the utility mode “MIDI CONTROL” function de-
scribed on page 21. Any parameter changes made on the
master unit will then be transmitted directly to the slave
unit as well. The MIDI link functions will not operate,
however, if the rear-panel [PROTECT] switch is set to
the “KEY” position. |
UTILITY MODE FUNCTIONS
The D1030 utility functions are accessed in se-
quence by pressing the [UTILITY] key. The utility mode
is exited after the last function in the utility “list.” the
utility mode can also be exited at any time by holding
the [UTILITY] key for longer than about one second.
Once the utility mode has been selected, it is also
possible to cycle backward and forward through the util-
ity function list without exiting from the utility mode
after the last function by using the memory select {> and
V keys.
e TITLE EDIT
INITIAL P.EG
TITLE EDIT
The Program Title Edit function allows you to cre-
ate original titles for your D1030 programs, for easy
identification. When the Title Edit function is called the
LCD will appear something like the example above —
the program title will appear on the upper line. Use the
<] ап > CURSOR keys to move the cursor to the
desired character location, then use the 41 and V keys
to change the character at the cursor location. The
STORE key can be used to place a space at the cursor
position. Continue until the new title is complete.
The characters accessible via the A and V keys are
shown in the chart below, in their proper order.
ALEC IDO EFI HIT. EL | PE
ТЕР EY 2 а 16| |diea| | |
ElliminbafSrela|r|=|t|| | т
? |2 |414 ||| = |3 ||| ры
ЧОН ЕВЕ Е A E
ЗЕЕ |+ |214 | ЕО) |
LE = ECC | ||, ?
Sle =H Я 11213814 |8 |5 |789
* A SPACE can also be entered by pressing the
STORE key.
e DELAY DISPLAY
Depending on the application, it might be more con-
venient to have the D1030 display delay parameters in
milliseconds, meters or feet.
After selecting the DELAY DISPLAY function, use
the A and / keys to select the desired display mode.
O LEVEL METER
LEVEL METER
PERE ROLES CORR
This function determines whether the D1030 level
meters operate in the normal or peak-hold mode, In the
peak hold mode peak levels are held briefly to allow for
more accurate level readings.
Use the A and V keys to turn the PEAK HOLD
function ON or OFF. |
® MIDI CONTROL
This function is used to set the D1030 MIDI receive/
transmit channel.
Use the A and V keys to set the MIDI receive/
transmit channel (1 — 16), the OMNI mode (all chan-
nels can be received, transmit channel 1), or turn MIDI
reception OFF.
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© MIDI PROGRAM CHANGE TABLE
FEM 1 = MEM 1
nda
MIDI FEM CHOMGE
The D1030 makes it possible to select specific pro-
grams via external MIDI control (MIDI program change
messages). The D1030 receives a MIDI program change
number and selects the program that you have assigned
to it using the Program Change Table function described
here.
When this function is called the LCD will appear as
shown above, and it becomes possible to assign new
memory location numbers to each MIDI program change
number.
1. When the MIDI PGM CHANGE function is first
called, the underline cursor should be under the
PGM parameter.
2. Use the A and Y keys to select the program change
number to which a different memory location num-
ber is to be assigned. The range of available pro-
gram change numbers is from 1 to 128.
3. Move the underline cursor to the MEM parameter
by pressing the CURSOR >> key. Use the A and V
keys to select the memory location number contain-
ing the program which is to be assigned to the se-
lected program change number, or a dash (*-”) if no
memory location is to be assigned to that program
change number. Only the memory locations avail-
able in the current D1030 mode can be selected (i.e.
1 through 9, A through C, or D through F).
4. Move the underline cursor back to the PGM parame-
ter by pressing the CURSOR < key and repeat the
above steps to assign as many program change num-
bers as necessary.
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® CONTROLLER ASSIGNMENT
The D1030 allows three MIDI “controllers” to be
assigned for remote real-time control of delay, attenu-
ation, phase, EQ and crossover parameters. “MIDI con-
troller” actually refers to a MIDI CONTROL CHANGE
number between 0 and 127. Some of these numbers are
assigned to specific controllers — modulation wheel,
data entry, etc — and a MIDI device such as a keyboard
that has any of these controllers will transmit the corre-
sponding MIDI control change data when the controllers
are operated. You could, for example, assign a keyboard
modulation wheel to control delay time.
In order to use this kind of setup, the three “control-
lers” that the D1030 allows — Controller 1, Controller 2
, and Controller 3 — must be set to receive specific
MIDI control change data (i.e. receive data from a spe-
cific MIDI controller) using Controller Assignment
function. Controller 1 applies to output channel 1 (CHD),
controller 2 applies to channel 2 (CH2), and controller 3
applies to channel 3 (CH3).
1. When the CONTROLLER function is first called,
the underline cursor should be under the CONTROL-
LER parameter on the upper line of the display.
2. Usethe { and V keys to select the controller num-
ber — 1, 2 or 3 — to which a different MIDI control
change number is to be assigned. The range of avail-
able control change numbers is from 0 to 31, 64 to _
95 and 102 to 120, or control change reception can
be turned “OFF” for that controller.
3. Move the underline cursor to the control change
number parameter by pressing the CURSOR > key.
Use the 4 and V keys to select the control change
number which is to be assigned to the selected con-
troller. |
4. Move the underline cursor back to the CONTROL -
LER parameter by pressing the CURSOR <J key
and repeat the above steps to assign as many control
change numbers as necessary.
The following control change numbers and associ-
ated controllers (or none if no controller is specifi-
cally assigned) can be selected:
Control
Change # Controller Assignment
OFF ~ Controller OFF
0 No specific controller assigned.
1 MOD. WHEEL
2 BREATH CTRL
3 No specific controller assigned.
4 FOOT CTRL
5 PORT TIME
6 DATA ENTRY
7 MAIN VOLUME
8 — 31 No specific controller assigned.
64 SUST SWITCH
65 PORT SWITCH
66 SUST PEDAL
67 SOFT PEDAL
68 — 95, 102 — 120 No specific controller assigned.
© BULK OUT
EULE OUT ALL
MEME POM-TEL SYS
This function allows MIDI bulk dump transmission
of all D1030 data (“ALL”), the data for a single program
(“MEM”), all programs (“MEM*”), the MIDI program
change table (“PGM-TBL”), or the system setup data
(“SYS”). System setup data corresponds to the current
D1030 panel settings.
Use the <J and > CURSOR keys to select the type
of data to be transmitted. If the “MEM?” type is selected,
use the 41 and V keys to select the particular program
from which you want to dump the data or the asterisk
(“MEM*”) for all programs. Once the data to be trans-
mitted has been selected, press the memory [STORE]*
key to initiate transmission. The “** BULK OUT” dis-
play will appear during transmission.
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TIME ALIGNMENT BASICS
Time alignment is essential to achieving optimum
sound quality in critical multi-amped sound reinforce-
ment systems and other commercial sound installations.
The D1030’s DELAY & CROSSOVER mode makes ac-
curate time alignment quick and easy to achieve, in ad-
dition to providing a high-quality programmable elec-
tronic Crossover system.
Time alignment makes it possible to eliminate phase
differences between speaker output at the crossover fre-
quencies which, 1f left unresolved, can cause severe fre-
quency response aberrations and unstable imaging at
and around the crossover points. Refer to the example
below.
Speed of Sound (approx. 343 meters/sec. or 1127 feet/sec.)
Wavelength =
Frequency in Hertz
With a crossover frequency of 5,000 Hz
(wavelength = 343/5,000 = 0.0686 meters or
68.6 cm), a distance of 10 cm equals almost
one and a half wavelengths, putting signals
from the midrange driver and high-frequency
horn approximately 180° out of phase at and
around the crossover frequency.
Higher frequencies from cone-type
speaker originate primarily at center
of cone (dome), while the zero-phase
point for a horn is generally at the
mouth of the horn. |
If the zero-phase points of two drivers
are not aligned, their output will most
likely be out of phase at the crossover
frequency.
In this example, the 10-centimeter distance between
the zero-phase points of the midrange drivers and high-
frequency horn results in almost 180 degrees phase dif-
ference — the worst possible case. This situation can be
resolved quite easily with the D1030 in its 3-way DE-
LAY & CROSSOVER mode by setting the midrange
(CH2) delay to about 20 milliseconds — or 68 millime-
ters if the display mode is set to meters. Fine adjustment
is best carried out by ear. |
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DISTANCE COMPENSATION BASICS
In any sound reinforcement setup where rearward-
firing auxiliary speakers are used to feed sound to audi-
ence members located at some distance from the stage
and main house speaker system — but still within ear-
shot of the main system — delay between the sound
heard from the auxiliary and main speakers can cause
anything from subtle unintelligibility to complete confu-
sion,
STAGE
MAIN HOUSE SPEAKERS
The auxiliary speaker is located about
35 meters (115 feet) from the house
speaker. Listener "L" will hear the
sound from the auxiliary speaker
approximately 100 milliseconds
before that from the house speaker.
AUXILIARY REAR SPEAKERS L
Referring to the diagram above, we can see that
even relatively short distances can add up to consider-
able delays. Since the speed of sound in air is approxi-
mately 1127 feet/343 meters per second (at 20°), a mere
35 meters results in a delay of around 100 milliseconds
— more than enough to serious degrade the quality of
the sound. Delays of less than about 50 milliseconds can
be ignored because the “precedence effect” causes lis-
teners to discern only the initial sound, Longer delays,
however, should be eliminated. In the example case, the
D1030 could be set to delay the auxiliary speaker sound
by about 100 milliseconds (35 meters or 115 feet, de-
pending on the display mode), thereby restoring the in-
tegrity of the sound for all listeners.
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SPECIFICATIONS
Electrical Characteristics
Frequency Response
Dynamic Range
Total Harmonic Distortion
Input
Number of Inputs:
Nominal Level
Input Impedance
Outputs
Number of Outputs
Nominal Level
Output Impedance
A/D, D/A Conversion
Quantization
Sampling Rate
Delay Time
Memory
Number of Locations
1—9
A—F
MIDI In/Out
External Remote Connector
Displays
Level Meter
Memory Number
Parameter
Power Requirements
U.S. € Canadian models
General model
Power Consumption
Dimensions (W x H x D)
Weight
* 0 dB = 0.775 Vrms
20 Hz — 20 kHz
Greater than 100 dB
Less than 0.03% (1 kHz)
1 (Electronically balanced)
+4 dB
10 kQ
3 (Electronically Balanced)
+4 dB
150 ©
18 bits
50 kHz
0 — 1.3 sec (20 usec steps)
15: 1 — 9 апа А — Е
Delay + 3-band PEQ
, Delay + crossover
Program change for memory select, control change
for parameter adjust, bulk dump for up/down load
9-pin D-SUB (contact-closure memory select)
INPUT/OUTPUT 1 — 3
7-segment LED
16-char. x 2-line, backlit
120 V (105 — 130 V) 50/60 Hz
220 — 240 V (+10 %) 50/60 Hz
2W
480 x 45 x 323.2 mm (18-7/8” x 1-3/4” x 12-3/4”)
3.8 kg (8 165 6 oz)
* Specifications and appearance subject to change without notice.
* Internal circuit delays result in an overall delay of approximately 0.85 msec even when DELAY TIME
and DELAY OFFSET are both set to "0", or DELAY BYPASS is.engaged.
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MIDI DATA FORMAT
1. Transmission Conditions
[CHANNEL MESSAGE]
PROGRAM CHANGE (CnH)
[SYSTEM EXCLUSIVE MESSAGE]
BULK DUMP (FOH, 43H, OnH)
PARAMETER CHANGE (FOH, 43H, 1nH)
2. Transmission Data
MIDI OMNI .
CH
| | > ——> MIDI OUT
O OFF
All MIDI data transmitted only when MIDI channel is set to 1 — 16 or omni.
2-1 Channel Information
1) Channel Voice Message
(1) Program Change
Transmitted whenever a program is recalled (within the
same mode).
1100nnnn (CnH) STATUS BYTE n=0 (channel No.l) ~
15 (channel No.16)
Oppppppp PROGRAM NUMBER p=0~14
Add-1
2-2 System Information
1) System Exclusive Message
(1) Bulk Dump
The data group to be bulk dumped is selected in the utility
mode bulk dump function — MEM(No.), MEM*, PGM-TBL,
SYS, ALL.
e 1 Memory Bulk Data [MEM(No.)]
11110000 (FOH) STATUS BYTE
01000011 (43H) YAMAHA ID CODE
0000nnnn (OnH) n=DEVICE NUMBER
01111110 (7EH) FORMAT NUMBER
00000001 (01H) BYTE COUNT (MsB)
00100100 (24H) BYTE COUNT (LSB)
01001100 (4CH) "L"
01001101 (4DH) "M"
00100000 (20H) " "
00100000 (20H) " "
00111000 (38H) "8"
00110111 (37H) "7"
00110000 (30H) "O"
00110011 (33H) "3"
01001101 (4DH) "M" MEMORY
Ommmmmmm MEMORY NUMBER (m=1-15*)
Qddddddda
| feu (154 byte*)
Oddddddd
Oeeeecee CHECKSUM
11110111 (F7H) EOX
* The memory number and the mode represented by the
data type number must match.
MEMORY NO. Type No.
— P.EQ 1—9 О.
3SWAY 10 — 12 1
2WAY 13 — 15 2
e All Memory (15) Bulk Data [MEM*] e All Memory, Program Change Table, and Sys-
The “1 Memory Bulk Data” described above is transmitted tem Setup Bulk Data [ALL]
15 times — once for each memory location. The “All Memory Bulk Data,” “Program Change Table Bulk
Data,” and “System Setup Bulk Data” transmissions de-
® Program Change Table Bulk Data [PGM-TBL] . scribed above are carried out in sequence.
11110000 (FOH) STATUS BYTE
01000011 (43H) YAMAHA ID CODE
0000nnnn (OnH) n=DEVICE NUMBER
01111110 (7EH) FORMAT NUMBER
00000011 (03H) BYTE COUNT (MSB) (2) Parameter Change
00001010 (0AH) BYTE COUNT (LSB) Transmitted when parameter data is edited.
01001100 (4CH) "L"
01001101 (4DH) "M"
00100000 (20H) " "
00100000 (20H) " "
00111000 (38H) "8"
00110111 (37H) "7"
00110000 (30H) "O"
00110011 (33H) "3"
01010100 (54H) "T" TABLE
“00000001 (01H) "1" fix TABLE NUMBER
11110000 (FOH) STATUS BYTE
01000011 (43H) YAMAHA ID CODE
‚ O001nnnn (1nH) n=DEVICE NUMBER
00011101 (1DH) GROUP NUMBER
Oppppppp PARAMETER NUMBER (0-116)
0ddddddd
DATA (4 byte) *
0ddddddd |
11110111 (F7H) EOX
Oddddadd | *DATA CONVE 1 or 2
RSION b
DATA (384 byte) (1 byte) (1 or 2 byte to 4 byte)
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0ddadddd yt
00000000
Оеееееее CHECKSUM
aaaabbbb —— | 00000000
11110111 (F7H) EOX 5000
аааа
e System Setup Bulk Data [SYS] | 0000bbbb
(2 byte)
11110000 (FOH) STATUS BYTE aaaabbbb 0000aaaa
01000011 (43H) YAMAHA ID CODE | +
ссесаааа 0000bbbb
| 0000nnnn (OnH) n=DEVICE NUMBER 0000сесс
01111110 (7EH) FORMAT NUMBER ~0000dddd
00000000 (00H) BYTE COUNT (MSB)
00010010 (12H) BYTE COUNT (LSB)
The D1030 can be switched to two modes: PARAMETRIC
01001100 (4CH) "LI"
EQ and CROSSOVER. In the CROSSOVER mode it is
01001101 (4DH) "M" - further possible to select 3-way or 2-way operation. The
00100000 (20H) " " | number of parameters in each mode and their ID numbers
00100000 (20H) " " | аге shown in the chart below.
00111000 (38H) "8"
00110111 (37H) "7" | | | No. of Parameter
00110000 (30H) "O" - Parameters Number
00110011 (33H) "3" EQ Mode 46 0 — 45
01010011 (53H) "S" SYSTEM SETUP DATA CROSSOVER | 3WAY 36 “46 — 81
00100000 (20H) " " |
Ovvwwwvvv VERSION NUMBER (01) Mode 2WAY | 35 82 — 116
Orrrrrrr VERSION NUMBER (00) | | | (117 total)
0ddddddd | | |
| [om (6 byte)
— 0ddddddd—4 -
Оеееееее “ CHECKSUM
11110111 (F7H) EOX
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PARAMETER CHANGE TABLE
PARAMETER GROUP/SUB. GROUP NUMBER = 1DH
1. EQ MODE PARAMETER NUMBER (No.) = 0 — 45
No. PARAMETER NAME No. PARAMETER NAME No. PARAMETER NAME
0 | CH1 DELAY TIME 16 | CH1 LOW FREQUENCY 32 | CH3 MID FREQUENCY
1 | CH2 DELAY TIME 17 | CH1 LOW GAIN 33 | CH3 MID GAIN
2 | CH3 DELAY TIME 18 | CH1 MID FREQUENCY 34 | CH3MIDQ
3 | DELAY OFFSET 19 | CH1 MID GAIN 35 | CH3 HIGH FREQUENCY
4 | CH1 ATTENUATE 20 | CH1 MIDQ 36 | CH3 HIGH GAIN
5 | CH2 ATTENUATE 21 | CH1 HIGH FREQUENCY 37 | CH1 CTRL PARAMETER
6 | CH3 ATTENUATE 22 | CH1 HIGH GAIN 38 | CH1 CTRL MIN
7 | CH1 PHASE 23 | CH2 LOW FREQUENCY 39 | CH1 CTRL MAX
8 | CH2 PHASE 24 | CH2 LOW GAIN 40 | CH2 CTRL PARAMETER
9 | CH3 PHASE 25 | CH2 MID FREQUENCY 41 | CH2 CTRL MIN
10 | CH1 PARAMETRIC EQ 26 | CH2 MID GAIN 42 | CH2 CTRL MAX
11 | CH2 PARAMETRIC EQ 27 | CH MIDQ 43 | CH3 CTRL PARAMETER
12 | CH3 PARAMETRIC EQ 28 | CH2 HIGH FREQUENCY 44 | CH3 CTRL MIN
13 | CH1 SUBSONIC FILTER 29 | CH2 HIGH GAIN 45 | CH3 CTRL MAX
14 | CH? SUBSONIC FILTER 30 | CH3 LOW FREQUENCY
15 | CH3 SUBSONIC FILTER 31 [ CH3 LOW GAIN
2.CROSSOVERMODE >
(1) SWAY TYPE PARAMETER NUMBER (No.) = 46 — 81
No. PARAMETER NAME No. PARAMETER NAME No. PARAMETER NAME
46 | CH1 DELAY TIME 58 | CH1 LOW FREQUENCY 70 | CH3 HIGH-LPF FRQ
47 | CH2 DELAY TIME 59 | CH1 LOW FINE 71 | CH3 HIGH-LPF SLOPE
48 | CH3 DELAY TIME 60 | CH1 LOW SLOPE 72 | CH1 CTRL PARAMETER
49 | DELAY OFFSET 61 | CH2 LOW-MID FREQ 73 | CH1 CTRLMIN
50 | CH1 ATTENUATE 62 | CH2 LOW-MID FINE 74 | CH1 CTRL MAX
51 | CH2 ATTENUATE 63 | CH2 LOW-MID SLOPE 75 | CH2 CTRL PARAMETER
52 | CH3 ATTENUATE 64 | CH2 HIGH-MID FRQ 76 | CH2 CTRL MIN
53 | CH1 PHASE 65 | CH2 HIGH-MID FINE 77 | CH2 CTRL MAX
54 | CH2 PHASE 66 | CH2 HIGH-MID SLOPE 78 | CH3 CTRL PARAMETER
55 | CH3 PHASE 67 | CH3 HIGH FREQUENCY 79 | CH3 CTRLMIN
~ 56 | CH1 LOW-HPF FRQ 68 | CH3 HIGH FINE 80 | CH3 CTRL MAX
57 | CH1 LOW-HPF SLOPE 69 | CH3 HIGH SLOPE 81 | COMPARE
(2) 2WAY TYPE PARAMETER NUMBER (No.) = 82 — 116
No. PARAMETER NAME No. PARAMETER NAME No. PARAMETER NAME
82 | CH1 DELAY TIME 94 | CH1 S.WOOF-LOW FRQ 106 | CH3 HIGH-LPF SLOPE
83 | CH2 DELAY TIME 95 | CH1 S.WOOF-LOW FINE 107 | CH1 CTRL PARAMETER
84 | CH3 DELAY TIME 96 | CH1 S.WOOF-LOW SLOPE 108 | CH1 CTRL MIN
85 | DELAY OFFSET 97 | CH2 LOW-HPF FREQ 109 | CH1 CTRL MAX
86 | CH1 ATTENUATE 98 | CH2 LOW-HPF SLOPE 110 | CH2 CTRL PARAMETER
87 | CH2 ATTENUATE 99 | CH2 LOW FREQUENCY 111 | CH2 CTRLMIN
88 | CH3 ATTENUATE 100 | CH2 LOW FINE 112 | CH2 CTRL MAX
‚89 | CH1 PHASE 101 | CH2LOWSLOPE 113 | CH3 CTRL PARAMETER
90 | CH2 PHASE 102 | CH3 HIGH FREQUENCY 114 | CH3 CTRL MIN
91 | CH3 PHASE 103 | CH3 HIGH FINE 115 | CH3 CTRL MAX
92 | CH1 S.WOOF-HPF FRQ 104 | CH3 HIGH SLOPE 116 | COMPARE
93 | CH1 S.WOOF-HPF SLOPE 105 | CH3 HIGH-LPF FRQ
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3. Reception Conditions
[CHANNEL MESSAGE]
CONTROL CHANGE (BnH)
PROGRAM CHANGE (CnH)
MDI own | [SYSTEM EXCLUSIVE MESSAGE]
Ра > BULK DUMP (FOH, 43H, OnH)
MIDI IN 7
$— > PARAMETER CHANGE (FOH, 43H, 1nH)
O OFF | |
——> BULK DUMP REQUEST (FOH, 43H, 2nH)
4. Reception Data
All MID! data transmitted only when MIDI channel is set to 1 — 16 or omni.
4-1 Channel Information 4-2 System Information
1) Channel Voice Message 1) System Exclusive Message
(1) Control Change - (1) Bulk Dump
Controllers can be individually assigned to the D1030 CH1, The data group to be bulk dumped is selected in the utility
CH2 and CH3 using the utility mode CONTROLLER func- mode bulk dump function — MEM(No.), MEM", PGM-TBL,
tion. SYS, ALL. |
101lnnnn (BnH) STATUS BYTE n=0 (channel No.1)- e 1 Memory Bulk Data
| 15 (channel No.16) The data received is the same as that described in "1
Оссссссс CONTROL NUMBER C=0~31, 64~95, 102~120 Memory Bulk Data” in the preceding "Transmission Data"
| section.
Ovvvvvvv VALUE v=0~127
e All Memory (15) Bulk Data
The data received is the same as that described in “All
Memory (15) Bulk Data” in the preceding "Transmission
Data" section.
(2) Program Change e Program Change Table Bulk Data
The data received is the same as that described in “Pro-
gram Change Table Bulk Data” in the preceding “Trans-
15 (channel No.16) mission Data" section.
Oppppppp PROGRAM NUMBER p=0~127 |
1100nnnn (CnH) STATUS BYTE n=0 (channel No. 1)-
e System Setup Buik Data
The data received is the same as that described in “Sys-
tem Setup Bulk Data” in the preceding “Transmission Data”
section.
© Ali Memory, Program Change Table, and Sys-
tem Setup Bulk Data
The data received is the same as that described in “All
Memory, Program Change Table, and System Setup Bulk
Data” in the preceding “Transmission Data” section.
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(2) Parameter Change
The data received is the same as that described in “Pa-
rameter Change” in the preceding “Transmission Data”
section. The parameters of the currently selected program
are changed accordingly when this data is received.
(3) Bulk Dump Request
The data group to be bulk dumped is selected in the utility
mode bulk dump function — MEM(No.), MEM*, PGM-TBL,
SYS, ALL.
® Memory Data Bulk Dump Request e System Setup Data Bulk Dump Request
Bulk transmission of the system setup data occurs when
this data is received.
The data for the currently selected program is transmitted
when this data is received. |
11110000 (РОН) STATUS BYTE 11110000 (FOH) STATUS BYTE
01000011 (43H) YAMAHA ID CODE 01000011 (43H) YAMAHA ID CODE
0010nnnn (2nH) n=DEVICE NUMBER 0010nnnn (2nH) n=DEVICE NUMBER
01111110 (7EH) FORMAT NUMBER 01111110 (7EH) FORMAT NUMBER
01001100 (4CH) "LP 01001100 (4CH) "L"
01001101 (4DH) "M" 01001101 (4DH) "М"
00100000 (20H) * " 00100000 (20H) " "
00100000 (20H) " " 00100000 (20H) " "
00111000 (38H) "8" 00111000 (38H) "8"
00110111 (37H) "7" 00110111 (37H) "7"
00110000 (30H) "0" 00110000 (30H) "0"
00110011 (33H) "3" 00110011 (33H) "3"
01001101 (4DH) "M" MEMORY 01010011 (53H) "S" SYSTEM SETUP DATA
Ormmmmmm MEMORY NUMBER (m=1-15) 00100000 (20H) " "
11110111 (F7H) EOX 11110111 (F7H) EOX
® Program Change Table Bulk Dump Request
Bulk transmission of the program change table data oc-
curs when this data is received.
11110000
01000011
0010nnnn
01111110
01001100
01001101
00100000
00100000
00111000
00110111
00110000
00110011
01010100
00000001
11110111
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(FOH)
(43H)
(2nH)
(7EH)
(4CH)
(4DH)
(20H)
(20H)
(38H)
(37H)
(30H)
(33H)
(54H)
(01H)
(F 7H)
STATUS BYTE
YAMAHA ID CODE
n=DEVICE NUMBER
FORMAT NUMBER
пт
pp
"и
поп
wp
now
n3n
"T" TABLE
"1" fix TABLE NUMBER
EOX
YAMAHA [Г Digital Delay Line 1 Date : 10/07, 1989
| Model 01030 MIDI Implementation Chart Version : 1.0
ЧЕ — = = = ее ее ен ен пон етот не те не ен ее ен ен етот ен ен ен т = = ее ет т т ее ее но тен не ен ет ен ею ее ею ню ен ен = ен ен ен ен ен ее ноет = не кн неон но +
: : Transmitted : Recognized : Remarks :
: Function coe 3 : :
® = ет т = == == == == == == == == == == == ее == == == $ == e ет ен ee re e ет ее = == = == — ЧР == == == == == тт остов ее ме бе от ко e a e соо $ тео ото отт ен ен ен == = еее еек ото e оне ®
Basic ‚Default +1 - 16, off : 1 - 16, off + memorized
:Channel Changed : 1 - 16, off : 1 - 16, off : :
io en pe = ее em td 4 = = не нет == = — = == = = = = = — :
: Default : x : OMNIoff/OMNIon : memorized :
:Mode Messages : Xx . : Xx : :
: Altered : KkkXxkkkkxkkkkk : OX :
@ == == т тт мы ее = A ее не + — == — ооо оно но но он 2 = == = == = = + — — A me ar 0 0 7 ae vu ve ve ЧР == = a e a a Y
:Note : Xx : x : :
Number : True voice: on : x :
WI a a rm drm me hn ee mm + $ °
«Velocity Note ON . XxX : X : :
: Note OFF © x : Xx : :
№ ет == = но к Sn et Ge ie ot о ное ее == == Чо = = == ет === тосе се ее am ve ve си ооо о + — an нон оо = e те ee wo Je a e me 0 a 00 E UE as e e оо а и о .
‘After Key's : x : X : :
Touch Ch's : x : ox : :
e LL ен те ее ню оно о == = = ЧР == == = = == == == == == т ет отт == == == — НР == = = = = == = = = == == == == == == == rm rm mw и e Y
:Pitch Bender X © X : :
em me me ts vt re nm ne ee a Le но ее сы ен == = == == == == == == == == = = НР ен т ен он оно но ен ны ее ее те нею о ее нет сот ни он от кю о о т нон == = == = = = — $
: 60 - 31 : x : 0 : $
: 64 - 95 : x : O : :
:Control о; o : :
: 102 - 120 : x : O : :
Change + : : :
Imm ep pi +---------------- + :
:Prog : 0 0 - 14 : 0 0 - 127 . *l :
:Change : True + koro © : :
ен == == += === +--_----------- Неее :
: System Exclusive : O : O : :
Sn += Неее ее + неее;
:System : Song Pos : X . Xx : :
: + Song Sel : X : Xx : :
Common : Tune : X : X > :
en === Aa e ta ен + id + TN ND SD SD a Ma SUD AG ww mu du = sim + === = o VE Ma Vu Gu MU Ч MA UE Sua ma UU TEA == .
:System :Clock хо . Xx : :
:Real Time :Commands: x : Xx : :
№ = ее = == = = — = = = = = = = = = = У т ен ее = == ее те — = ее = = = = — фен = = = = = = = == = == == = = = — $ :
:Aux :Local ON/OFF : x » X . :
: :All Notes OFF: x Хх : :
:Mes- :Active Sense : x . Xx : :
:sages:Reset . X :oX : :
AE + = — = = = = = = = = — — = = += еее = a wm +
‘Notes: *1 = For program 1 - 128, memory #1 - AF is selected.
+ 00 00 se .. es se
$
Mode 1 : OMNI ON, POLY Mode 2 : OMNI ON, MONO | o : Yes
Mode 3 : OMNI OFF, POLY Mode 4 : OMNI OFF, MONO | X : No
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