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DIGITAL RECORDING PROCESSOR
CBX-D5
Owner's Manual 1
SYSTEM SETUP GUIDE
Chapter Introduction
1 : Introduction 1
1
1 Introduction
This guide explains how to setup a number of CBX-D5 based recording systems.
Table of contents
Introduction – page 1
Cubase Audio & Atari ST/STE System – page 2
Cubase Audio & Atari TT System – page 4
Digital Performer & Apple Macintosh System – page 6
Future updates
From time to time this guide will be updated using single sheet supplements. Please see
your Yamaha dealer for the latest supplement.
Trademarks
Appleand Macintosh are registered trademarks of Apple Computer, Inc.
Atari, ST, TT, and STE are registered trademarks of Atari Corporation.
Mark of the Unicorn is a registered trademark of Mark of the Unicorn, Inc.
All other trademarks are the property of their respective holders.
NOTE: Although the system setups shown in the manual are valid at the time of
printing, there is a possibility that future software upgrades may require
different setups. Therefore, please refer to the manual of the controlling
software, for the latest setup requirements.
2 2 Chapter
Chapter
2 : Cubase
2 : Cubase
Audio
Audio
& Atari
& Atari
ST/STE
ST/STE
System
System
2 Cubase Audio & Atari ST/STE System
An overview
In this system the CBX-D5 is used with an Atari ST/STE computer and the supporting
software is Cubase Audio by Steinberg.
What you will need
1) The CBX-D5, a power cable, two MIDI cables, a 50-way SCSI cable, and a SCSI
terminator (all these except for one MIDI cable are provided with the CBX-D5).
2) An Atari ST computer and an Atari video monitor.
3) Steinberg’s Cubase Audio software (Atari version).
4) A SCSI hard disk and a 25-pin D-SUB to 50-way SCSI cable.
5) A Steinberg DMA to SCSI Converter II, its power supply, and a 19-pin D-SUB to
19-pin D-SUB cable.
Making the connections
1) Connect the Atari computer’s “MIDI OUT” connector to the CBX-D5’s “MIDI IN”
connector, and the computer’s “MIDI IN” connector to the CBX-D5’s “MIDI OUT”
connector using the MIDI cables.
2) Connect the Atari computer’s “HARD DISK” connector to the SCSI adaptor’s
“DMA IN” connector using the 19-pin D-SUB to 19-pin D-SUB cable.
3) Connect the SCSI adaptor’s “SCSI” connector to one of the hard disk’s SCSI
connectors using the 25-pin D-SUB to 50-way SCSI cable.
4) Connect the other hard disk SCSI connector to one of the CBX-D5’s SCSI
connectors using the 50-way SCSI cable.
5) Insert the CBX-D5’s SCSI terminator into the CBX-D5’s unused SCSI connector.
6) Connect the CBX-D5 to an AC receptacle using the supplied power cable.
7) Connect the Atari computer and its video monitor to an AC receptacle.
8) Connect the SCSI adaptor’s power supply (refer to its Operating Manual for details).
NOTE: Clinch the SCSI connector’s spring retaining clips and tighten the 25-pin
D-SUB connector’s locking screws for secure connections.
Settings
1) Set the CBX-D5 to SCSI ID “5 or 6” using the thumb wheel switch on the rear of the
CBX-D5.
2) Set the CBX-D5’s “TO HOST” switch to “MIDI”.
3) Set the hard disk to SCSI ID “0” (refer to its Operating Manual for details).
NOTE: 1. Hard disks must be set with continuous SCSI IDs starting from 0
(0, 1, 2, 3…).
2. Do not set the ID number of the CBX-D5 so that it is consecutive to
the ID number of the “HARD DISK”.
4) Set the SCSI adaptor as specified in its Operating Manual.
Switching
Switching
on the
on the
power
power 3
3
Figure 1. System connections
POWER
SUPPLY
50-WAY to 25-PIN
SCSI CABLE
SCSI
HARD
DISK
SCSI
50-WAY SCSI
CABLE
POWER
CABLE
DMA to SCSI
Converter @
DMA IN
19-PIN to 19-PIN
D-SUB CABLE
POWER
CABLE
ATARI
ST/STE
SCSI
TERMINATOR
SCSI
HARD DISK
CBX-D5
MIDI OUT
MIDI OUT
MIDI IN
POWER
CABLE
MIDI IN
MIDI CABLES
Switching on the power
1) Switch on the SCSI devices: CBX-D5, hard disk, SCSI adaptor.
2) Switch on the Atari computer and load Cubase Audio.
What to do next
• The SCSI hard disk must be formatted before it can be used (refer to the hard disk’s
Operating Manual). See also “Working with Hard Disks” on page 18 of the CBX-D5
Operating Manual.
• For recording and playback you should refer to the Cubase Audio Operating
Manuals. See also “Recording” on page 20 and “Playback” on page 23 of the
CBX-D5 Operating Manual.
Notes:
• Other MIDI devices can be connected in this system as shown in “MIDI” on page 30
of the CBX-D5 Operating Manual.
• For audio device connection, see “Inputs & Outputs Explained” on page 26 of the
CBX-D5 Operating Manual.
• For more details about SCSI hard disks and connecting extra disks, see “Connecting
Hard Disk Drives” on page 13 of the CBX-D5 Operating Manual.
• In this system, only one external hard disk is used. It is, however, highly
recommended, for the sake of data integrity, that you use at least two hard disks: one
disk for your computer software and data such as Cubase Audio, MIDI song files,
etc., and the other disk purely for recording CBX-D5 sound files.
4 4 Chapter
Chapter
3 : Cubase
3 : Cubase
Audio
Audio
& Atari
& Atari
TT TT
System
System
3 Cubase Audio & Atari TT System
An overview
In this system the CBX-D5 is used with an Atari TT computer and the supporting
software is Cubase Audio by Steinberg.
What you will need
1) The CBX-D5, a power cable, two MIDI cables, a 50-way SCSI cable, and a SCSI
terminator (all these except for one MIDI cable are provided with the CBX-D5).
2) An Atari TT computer and an Atari video monitor.
3) Steinberg’s Cubase Audio software (Atari version).
4) A SCSI hard disk and a 25-pin D-SUB to 50-way SCSI cable.
Making the connections
1) Connect the Atari computer’s “MIDI OUT” connector to the CBX-D5’s “MIDI IN”
connector, and the computer’s “MIDI IN” connector to the CBX-D5’s “MIDI OUT”
connector using the MIDI cables.
2) Connect the Atari computer’s “SCSI” connector to the hard disk’s SCSI connector
using the 25-pin D-SUB to 50-way SCSI cable.
3) Connect the other hard disk SCSI connector to one of the CBX-D5’s SCSI
connectors using the 50-way SCSI cable.
4) Insert the CBX-D5’s SCSI terminator into the CBX-D5’s unused SCSI connector.
5) Connect the CBX-D5 to an AC receptacle using the supplied power cable.
6) Connect the Atari computer and its video monitor to an AC receptacle.
NOTE: Clinch the SCSI connector’s spring retaining clips and tighten the 25-pin
D-SUB connector’s locking screws for secure connections.
Settings
1) Set the CBX-D5 to SCSI ID “5 or 6” using the thumb wheel switch on the rear of the
CBX-D5.
2) Set the CBX-D5’s “TO HOST” switch to “MIDI”.
3) Set the hard disk to SCSI ID “1” (refer to its Operating Manual for details).
NOTE: 1. External hard disks must be set with continuous SCSI IDs starting
from 1 (1, 2, 3, 4…). The TT’s internal hard disk is set to ID 0.
2. Do not set the ID number of the CBX-D5 so that it is consecutive to
the ID number of the “HARD DISK”.
Switching
Switching
on the
on the
power
power 5
5
Figure 2. System connections
HARD
DISK
POWER
CABLE
SCSI
50-WAY SCSI
CABLE
POWER
CABLE
25-pin DSUB to
50-WAY SCSI CABLE
ATARI
TT
SCSI
TERMINATOR
SCSI
CBX-D5
MIDI OUT
SCSI
MIDI OUT
MIDI IN
POWER
CABLE
MIDI IN
MIDI CABLES
Switching on the power
1) Switch on the SCSI devices: CBX-D5, hard disk.
2) Switch on the Atari computer and load Cubase Audio.
What to do next
• The SCSI hard disk must be formatted before it can be used (refer to the hard disk’s
Operating Manual). See also “Working with Hard Disks” on page 18 of the CBX-D5
Operating Manual.
• For recording and playback you should refer to the Cubase Audio Operating
Manuals. See also “Recording” on page 20 and “Playback” on page 23 of the
CBX-D5 Operating Manual.
Notes:
• Other MIDI devices can be connected in this system as shown in “MIDI” on page 30
of the CBX-D5 Operating Manual.
• For audio device connection, see “Inputs & Outputs Explained” on page 26 of the
CBX-D5 Operating Manual.
• For more details about SCSI hard disks and connecting extra disks, see “Connecting
Hard Disk Drives” on page 13 of the CBX-D5 Operating Manual.
• The Atari TT’s internal hard disk should be used to store your computer software and
data such as Cubase Audio, MIDI song files, etc., and the external hard disk should
be used purely for recording CBX-D5 sound files. An external hard disk must be used
in this system, because it supplies the termination power that is required by the SCSI
bus.
6 6 Chapter
Chapter
4 : Digital
4 : Digital
Performer
Performer
& Apple
& Apple
Macintosh
Macintosh
System
System
4 Digital Performer & Apple Macintosh System
An overview
In this system the CBX-D5 is used with an Apple Macintosh computer and the
supporting software is Digital Performer by Mark of the Unicorn.
What you will need
1) The CBX-D5, a power cable, two MIDI cables, a 50-way SCSI cable, and a SCSI
terminator (all these except for one MIDI cable are provided with the CBX-D5).
2) An Apple Macintosh computer and a video monitor recommended by your dealer.
3) Mark of the Unicorn’s Digital Performer software (Macintosh version).
4) A SCSI hard disk and a 25-pin D-SUB to 50-way SCSI cable.
5) An external MIDI interface.
Making the connections
1) Connect either the Mac’s Modem or printer ports to the external MIDI interface.
Then connect one of the “MIDI OUT” connectors on the interface to the CBX-D5’s
“MIDI IN” connector, and the “MIDI IN” connector on the interface to the
CBX-D5’s “MIDI OUT” connector using the MIDI cables.
2) Connect the Mac’s 25-pin “SCSI” connector to one of the hard disk’s SCSI
connectors using the 25-pin D-SUB to 50-way SCSI cable.
3) Connect the other hard disk SCSI connector to one of the CBX-D5’s SCSI
connectors using the 50-way SCSI cable.
4) Insert the CBX-D5’s SCSI terminator into the CBX-D5’s unused SCSI connector.
5) Connect the CBX-D5 to an AC receptacle using the supplied power cable.
6) Connect the Mac and its video monitor to an AC receptacle.
NOTE: Clinch the SCSI connector’s spring retaining clips and tighten the 25-pin
D-SUB connector’s locking screws for secure connections.
Settings
1) Set the CBX-D5 to SCSI ID “1” using the thumb wheel switch on the rear of the
CBX-D5.
2) Set the “TO HOST” switch on the CBX-D5 to MIDI.
3) Set the hard disk to SCSI ID “2” (refer to its Operating Manual for details).
Switching
Switching
on the
on the
power
power 7
7
Figure 3. System connections
POWER
CABLE
SCSI
HARD
DISK
SCSI
50-WAY to 25-PIN
SCSI CABLE
POWER
CABLE
APPLE
MAC
SCSI
TERMINATOR
50-WAY SCSI
CABLE
SCSI
SCSI PORT
CBX-D5
MIDI OUT
POWER
CABLE
MODEM/
PRINTER
PORT
MIDI IN
MIDI IN
MIDI OUT
MAC MIDI
Label
INTERFACE
8-PIN MINI
DIN CABLE
Switching on the power
1) Switch on the SCSI devices: CBX-D5, hard disk.
2) Switch on the Mac and load Digital Performer.
What to do next
• The SCSI hard disk must be formatted before it can be used (refer to the hard disk’s
Operating Manual). See also “Working with Hard Disks” on page 18 of the CBX-D5
Operating Manual.
• For recording and playback you should refer to the Digital Performer Operating
Manuals. See also “Recording” on page 20 and “Playback” on page 23 of the
CBX-D5 Operating Manual.
Notes:
• Other MIDI devices can be connected in this system as shown in “Mac” on page 31
of the CBX-D5 Operating Manual.
• For audio device connection, see “Inputs & Outputs Explained” on page 26 of the
CBX-D5 Operating Manual.
• For more details about SCSI hard disks and connecting extra disks, see “Connecting
Hard Disk Drives” on page 13 of the CBX-D5 Operating Manual.
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