PM1D System Software V1.4 Supplementary Manual
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Contents
New functionality in system software V1.4 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Digital gain for input channels / insert inputs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Procedure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Digital gain added to 2TR IN . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
BALANCE control for input channels / ST IN channels . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Procedure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Temporary monaural setting for paired input channels / ST IN channels . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Front panel operating procedure. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Screen operating procedure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Operation when monaural is selected . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
M/S decoding. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Procedure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Tracking Recall function . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
Procedure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
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New functionality in system software V1.4
Thank you for purchasing the CS1D. This booklet
explains the functionality that was added or changed in
version 1.4 of the PM1D software.
New functionality in system software V1.4
The following functionality and specifications have been
added in version 1.4 of the PM1D system software.
• Digital gain has been added to input channels/
insert inputs
Digital gain has been added to input channels and
insert inputs, allowing you adjust the input sensitivity in the digital domain. Digital gain can be used in
input channels and insert inputs to which an AD
card, digital I/O card, 2TR IN, GEQ, or EFF are
assigned.
Digital gain has been added to the six 2TR IN inputs.
The sensitivity of the signal that is input to each 2TR
IN can be adjusted in the digital domain, independently for L and R.
• BALANCE has been added to PAN mode of the
input channels
The PAN parameter of an input channel can now be
switched to a BALANCE parameter.
For adjacent odd-numbered/even-numbered input
channels, you can switch the PAN parameter to a
BALANCE parameter.
• New capability to temporarily set paired input
channels/ST IN channels to monaural
The signals from paired input channels or ST IN
channels can now be converted into monaural. As
the monaural conversion method, you can select LMONO (only the signal of the odd-numbered channel), R-MONO (only the signal of the even-numbered channel), or L,R-MONO (the signals of both
channels mixed).
• M/S decoding functionality
“M/S decoding functionality” has been added, allowing a two-channel signal input from a MS mic to be
converted into a L/R signal
• Tracking Recall function
The newly added “Tracking Recall” function lets you
add a previously-specified offset value to the value of
each fader when you recall a scene.
Changes
• In the PAN/ROUTING function CH to MIX
screen, the send level knob to the MATRIX bus is
now displayed in gray to match the color of the
encoder on the CS1D. This makes it easier to distinguish the MIX send level knob from the send
level knob of the MATRIX/ST ROUTING function that sends the signal to the MATRIX bus.
• The rotational angle of the encoder-type knobs in
the screen now matches the angle of the encoder
knobs of the CS1D front panel. The index markings have changed in conjunction with this.
• Since V1.4 adds BALANCE to the PAN mode, the
line in the screen that indicates the encoder knob
position is now displayed in red for PAN (same as
before) and white for BALANCE, to make it easier to distinguish the setting. In the MATRIX/ST
function MATRIX/ST ROUTING screen as well,
the encoder knob positions are displayed in red
for PAN (same as before) and white for BALANCE.
Digital gain for input channels/insert inputs
Digital gain has been added to input channels or insert
inputs that are assigned to AD cards, digital I/O cards,
2TR IN, GEQ, or EFF. By using this, the input sensitivity
can be adjusted in the digital domain even for input
sources that do not have an analog head amp.
Since digital gain has been added, the input channel/
insert input displays in the IN HA/INSERT, IN CH
VIEW, INPUT UNIT, and MONITOR A/MONITOR B
screens have changed as follows.
■ If an AD card (LMY4-AD) is assigned
Digital gain
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■ If a digital I/O card (MY card) is assigned
■ If a GEQ output is assigned
Digital gain
Digital gain
Digital gain can be used to adjust the input sensitivity in
a range of +10 dB– –20 dB (the knob will not turn any
further to the right beyond –20 dB).
■ If 2TR IN is assigned
Digital gain
■ If the output of an effect return is assigned
Digital gain
Only in the case of the digital gain for an input channel,
you can also use the [GAIN] encoder of the CS1D's
INPUT block to adjust the setting. In this case as well,
the adjustable range for the input is +10 dB– –20 dB (the
knob will not turn any further to the right beyond –20
dB). Internally, the input sensitivity is adjusted in a gain
range of –10 dB to +20 dB. If you want a digital source to
be input at nominal level, set the GAIN knob in the
screen to 0 dB.
GAIN
+10
GAIN
-68
+10
-68
If a mic/line input card (LMY2-ML) is assigned to
an input channel/insert input, the screen will show
an analog gain knob (range: +10 dB– –68 dB), just
as in the previous software version.
If TB (talkback) is assigned to an input channel/
insert input, the input level will be adjusted by the
panel TALKBACK [LEVEL] volume, just as in the
previous software version.
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Digital gain for input channels/insert inputs
If 2TR IN is assigned to an input channel/insert
input, the gain settings of the 2TR IN screen and
the HA/INSERT screen will be linked. These settings cannot be set to different positions.
The digital gain of an input channel/insert input to
which 2TR IN is assigned will not be saved in the
scene memory.
Hint
Settings for the digital gain of an input card are saved
in the unit library. Also, if the UNIT parameters of
the corresponding channel are set to Recall Safe, the
Recall Safe setting will also apply to the digital gain of
the input card.
Settings for the digital gain of EFF/GEQ are saved in
the scene memory. If the corresponding internal
effect/GEQ is set to Recall Safe, the Recall Safe setting
will also apply to the digital gain of the corresponding EFF/GEQ.
Procedure
To adjust the digital gain of an input channel/insert
input, use the following procedure.
1. In the INPUT PATCH screen (IN PATCH function),
assign either an ML card or a source other than TB
to the desired input channel/insert input.
4. If you want to link the gain setting of adjacent
channels, click GAIN GANG switch to turn it on.
If the GAIN GANG button is on, adjacent odd-numbered/even-numbered channels will have their gain
setting linked (while maintaining the offset value).
2. Access the corresponding screen of the IN HA/
INSERT function.
The following illustration shown an example of
when an AD card (LMY4-AD) is assigned to the
input channel/insert input.
You can also use the GAIN GANG button to link
analog gain and digital gain. However, when either
the analog gain or the digital gain reaches the limit
of its adjustment, neither channel will be adjustable
beyond this point.
3. Move the cursor to the GAIN knob in the screen,
and turn the [DATA] encoder to adjust the digital
gain.
In the case of an input channel, you can also use the
[GAIN] encoder in the INPUT block of the CS1D, or
the [GAIN] encoder in the SELECTED INPUT
CHANNEL block.
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Digital gain added to 2TR IN
Digital gain has been added to the six 2TR IN inputs,
allowing you to adjust the input sensitivity in the digital
domain. The sensitivity of the signal that is input to each
2TR IN can be adjusted independently for L and R.
In conjunction with this, the display in the 2TR IN
screen (MON/CUE function) has changed as follows.
Hint
Digital gain is valid even if ANALOG is selected as
the source for 2TR IN 1 or 2TR IN 2. In this case, the
setting adjusts the sensitivity after AD conversion.
BALANCE control for input channels/ST IN channels
To do this, access the PAN/ROUTING function CH to
MIX screen, and turn on the PAN MODE section BALANCE button.
■ STEREO bus
The PAN parameter that sends the signal to the STEREO
bus will change to a BALANCE parameter. (A BAL knob
will be displayed instead of a PAN knob in the PAN/
ROUTING function CH to MIX screen.)
STEREO L
STEREO R
As necessary, you can now control the BALANCE
parameter instead of the PAN parameter for adjacent
odd-numbered/even-numbered input channels or ST IN
channels.
INPUT CHANNEL 1
ON
BALANCE
INPUT CHANNEL 2
ON
BALANCE button
When the BALANCE button is on, the signal flow from
those two channels to the various buses will change as
follows.
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In this case, the signal of the odd-numbered input channel will be sent only to the L channel, and the signal of
the even-numbered input channel will be sent only to
the R channel. The BAL knob will adjust the volume of
the two channels in tandem.
BALANCE control for input channels/ST IN channels
■ VARI type MIX bus
If a VARI type MIX bus is paired, the PAN parameter of
the MIX bus will change to a BALANCE parameter. (A
BAL knob will be displayed instead of a PAN knob in the
PAN/ROUTING function CH to MIX screen.)
In addition, if the VARI PAN LINK button is on for
either of these two channels, the MIX bus BAL knob will
be linked with the STEREO bus BAL knob. If you operate either BAL knob of the STEREO bus or MIX bus, the
remaining three BAL knobs will operate in tandem.
BAL knob
BALANCE
INPUT CHANNEL 2
ON
BALANCE
Hint
Even if the BALANCE button is on, the signal that is
sent from those input channels to a VARI type MIX
bus will not be affected unless the MIX bus is paired.
■ FIX type MIX bus
If the FIXED MIX PAN button is on for either of the two
channels whose PAN MODE is set to BALANCE, the signal that flows from the corresponding input channel
through the BALANCE parameter will be sent to the FIX
type MIX bus. At this time, the signal of the odd-numbered input channel will be sent only to the odd-numbered MIX bus, and the signal of the even-numbered
input channel will be sent only to the even-numbered
MIX bus.
INPUT CHANNEL 1
ON
STEREO L
STEREO R
ON
MIX 1
MIX 2
INPUT CHANNEL 1
STEREO L
STEREO R
MIX 1 (VARI)
MIX 2 (VARI)
In this case, the signal of the odd-numbered input channel will be sent only to the odd-numbered MIX bus, and
the signal of the even-numbered input channel will be
sent only to the even-numbered MIX bus. The BAL
knob will adjust the volume of the two signals in tandem.
BALANCE
INPUT CHANNEL 2
ON
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Hint
Even if the BALANCE button is on, the signal that is
sent from those input channels to a FIX type MIX
bus will not be affected if the FIXED MIX PAN button is turned off for both channels.
In addition, the operation will change as follows if the
PAN MODE “BALANCE” button is on.
• Of the two channels for which the BALANCE button
is turned on, if you save one of the channels in the
channel library, the PAN MODE setting will be saved
for the other channel even if it is not paired.
• When you recall data from the channel library, the
PAN MODE or PAN value will not be recalled if the
PAN MODE setting differs between the recall source
and recall destination. However only if the recall destination is paired, the PAN MODE and PAN value
will be recalled.
• When you copy channel data, the PAN MODE and
PAN value will not be copied if the PAN MODE setting differs between the copy source and copy destination. However, the PAN MODE and PAN value
will be copied only if the copy destination is paired.
• When recalling a channel library or copying a channel, if the channel that is not being recalled or copied
is set to a PAN mode of BALANCE or if VARI PAN
LINK is turned on, the MIX “BALANCE” value will
be the same as the TO ST “BALANCE” in order to
avoid inconsistencies between the TO ST value and
MIX BALANCE value of the recalled or copied channels.
• When recalling scene data from a scene memory, and
the PAN MODE setting of odd-numbered/evennumbered input channels does not match because
one of the channels is set to Recall Safe, the PAN
MODE or PAN values will not be recalled.
• For an input channel whose MIX send is set to Recall
Safe, the PAN/BALANCE of the MIX send will also
be subject to Recall Safe. For this reason if the PAN
MODE settings of the recall source and recall destination do not match, it will not be possible to recall
the PAN MODE or PAN/BALANCE values.
• In the case of an input channel in which the PAN
MODE is BALANCE and the MIX send is set to
Recall Safe, recalling a scene in which “PAN
MODE=BALANCE, VARI PAN LINK=on” will cause
the BALANCE value of the STEREO send to be
recalled, but the BALANCE of the MIX send will be
subject to Recall Safe. In this state, it is possible that
BALANCE values of the STEREO send and MIX
send will be inconsistent, so VARI PAN LINK will
therefore be forcibly switched off. The PAN parameter fade function (INPUT CH PANNING, located in
the SCENE function FADE TIME screen) can also be
used when the BALANCE button is on. However,
you must enable INPUT CH PANNING for both the
odd-numbered and even-numbered channels.
• If the PAN MODE is switched from PAN to BALANCE (or vice versa) while the PAN parameter fade
function is being executed, the PAN parameter fade
function will be aborted for that channel.
Procedure
Here's the procedure for operating the BALANCE
parameter of input channels/ST IN channels.
1. Access the PAN/ROUTING function CH to MIX
screen.
2. In the VARI & FIX area, turn on the TO ST button
for adjacent odd-numbered/even-numbered channels or for a ST IN channel.
3. In the PAN MODE area, turn on the BALANCE button of the corresponding channels.
The PAN knobs in the screen (position indicator displayed in red) will change to BAL knobs (position
indicator displayed in white), and will function as
the balance parameter.
Hint
The BALANCE parameter is valid even if you do not
enable pairing between the input channels.
4. Move the cursor to one of the BAL knobs, and turn
the [DATA] encoder to adjust the value of the BALANCE parameter.
The BAL knobs of both channels will move in tandem.
The BALANCE parameter can also be controlled
from the INPUT block [PAN] encoder on the CS1D's
front panel, or from the SELECTED INPUT CHANNEL block [PAN] encoder. In this case, the LEDs surrounding the [PAN] encoder will display as follows.
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Temporary monaural setting for paired input channels/ST IN channels
Value of the BALANCE parameter
PAN
PAN
R
Always lit
Odd-numbered (L) channel
Always lit
Even-numbered (R) channel
L
■ Set to L-MONO
The channels will remain paired, but the signal will temporarily become a monaural signal containing only the
odd-numbered channel.
When PAN MODE is other than BALANCE
INPUT CHANNEL 1
PAN=CENTER
STEREO L
STEREO R
The [ON] switch of the even-numbered channel will be
forced off, and the PAN (BALANCE) of the odd-numbered channel will be set to the center.
When PAN MODE is other than BALANCE
INPUT CHANNEL 1
Fixed at OFF
INPUT CHANNEL 2
PAN=CENTER
ON
When PAN MODE is BALANCE
INPUT CHANNEL 1
STEREO L
STEREO R
The input signal from paired input channels or ST IN
channels can now be temporarily converted to monaural. You can select one of the following three modes.
STEREO L
STEREO R
Temporary monaural setting for paired input channels/ST IN channels
Fixed at OFF
ON
INPUT CHANNEL 2
BALANCE=CENTER
INPUT CHANNEL 2
ON
INPUT CHANNEL 1
BALANCE=CENTER
ON
■ Set to LR-MONO
The channels will remain paired, but the signal will temporarily become a monaural signal containing both channels.
The PAN (BALANCE) of both channels will be set to the
center.
When PAN MODE is other than BALANCE
INPUT CHANNEL 2
INPUT CHANNEL 1
PAN=CENTER
STEREO L
STEREO R
When PAN MODE is BALANCE
STEREO L
STEREO R
Fixed at OFF
Fixed at OFF
ON
The [ON] switch of the odd-numbered channel will be
forced off, and the PAN (BALANCE) of the even-numbered channel will be set to the center.
INPUT CHANNEL 2
PAN=CENTER
ON
When PAN MODE is BALANCE
INPUT CHANNEL 1
BALANCE=CENTER
STEREO L
STEREO R
■ Set to R-MONO
The channels will remain paired, but the signal will temporarily become a monaural signal containing only the
even-numbered channel.
ON
INPUT CHANNEL 2
BALANCE=CENTER
ON
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Even if L-MONO or R-MONO is selected, you can
edit the parameters of the channel that was forced
off. (However, the [ON] switch will be fixed at Off
until you defeat the L-MONO or R-MONO setting,
and cannot be changed.)
A new preference setting [L,R-MONO SELECT ON
PANEL] has been added to the UTILITY function
PREFERENCE screen, allowing you to switch to the
LR-MONO setting from the front panel.
In previous versions of the system software, it was
always possible to switch between PAIR and
MONO from the front panel. However, a new preference setting [PROHIBIT PAIR CHANGE ON
PANEL] has been added to the UTILITY function
PREFERENCE screen, allowing you to enable/disable this function from being operated from the
front panel.
Front panel operating procedure
Here's how paired input channels/ST IN channels can be
temporarily set to monaural from the front panel.
1. Access the UTILITY function PREFERENCE
screen, and turn on the L,R-MONO SELECT ON
PANEL button.
This allows the temporary change from stereo to
monaural to be made from the front panel.
You can use the same procedure as described above to
change one temporary monaural setting to a different
temporary monaural setting.
On the panel, the INPUT [NAME] indicator will blink
alternately between the name of the channel that was set to
temporary monaural and the name of the monaural mode.
For a channel that is turned off, the INPUT [NAME] indicator will dimly display the channel name. The [NAME]
indicator will also be displayed in the same way when these
channels are recalled to a DCA fader. For details on operation when a monaural setting is selected, refer to page 11.
• Name indicator
For L-MONO:
L ch
2. Specify pairing for any two adjacent odd-numbered/even-numbered input channels.
3. Use the front panel [SEL] switches and [SHIFT]
switches to select one of the following three ways in
which the channels will be temporarily set to monaural.
• While holding down the [SHIFT]
switch Press and hold the [SEL]
switch of the odd-numbered (L)
channel ......................................... select L-MONO
• While holding down the [SHIFT]
switch Press and hold the [SEL]
switch of the even-numbered (R)
channel ........................................ select R-MONO
• While holding down the [SHIFT]
switch Press and hold the [SEL]
switches of both channels ............select LR-MONO
For the [SHIFT] switch described above, you may use
any of the [SHIFT] switches in CHANNEL SELECT section of the SELECTED INPUT CHANNEL block or
SELECTED OUT CHANNEL block, or the [SHIFT]
switch of the data entry block.
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R ch
L ch: Alternately display
and the channel name (the brightness depends on the
on/off status)
R ch: Alternately display
and the channel name (dimly)
For R-MONO:
L ch
R ch
L ch: Alternately display
and the channel name (dimly)
R ch: Alternately display
and the channel name (the brightness depends on the
on/off status)
For LR-MONO:
L ch
R ch
and the chanL ch: Alternately display
nel name (the brightness depends on the
on/off status)
R ch: Alternately display
and the channel name (the brightness depends on the
on/off status)
4. To defeat the temporary monaural setting, press
the same combination of switches as you pressed in
step 3.
Temporary monaural setting for paired input channels/ST IN channels
The temporary monaural mode will be defeated, and the
PAN (BALANCE) will return to the positions specified
for the pair.
The MIX send PAN setting (or BALANCE setting)
will be set to the same position as TO ST.
Hint
In order to prevent accidents, it is possible to prohibit the operator from using the [SEL] switches to
set/cancel pairing. To prohibit this, go to the PREFERENCE screen and turn the PROHIBIT PAIR
CHANGE ON PANEL button on.
Screen operating procedure
Here's how paired input channels/ST IN channels can be
temporarily set to monaural from within the screen.
Each button has the following meaning.
...............................Specify L-MONO
1. Specify pairing for the desired adjacent odd-numbered/even-numbered input channels.
2. Access a screen (such as the IN HA/INSERT function) that shows the heart symbols, and for the
channels that you want to temporarily set to monaural, click the pair/stereo indicator heart symbol
while you hold down the [SHIFT] switch of the data
entry block. Alternatively, move the cursor to the
heart symbol, then hold down the [SHIFT] switch
and press the [ENTER] switch.
The following popup window will appear.
...............................Specify R-MONO
...............................Specify LR-MONO
If none of the above three buttons are on, the channels
will be paired.
When you make the monaural setting, the heart symbol
will change as follows.
L-MONO
R-MONO
LR-MONO
Conventional
PAIR
Hint
The same type of popup window will appear if you
hold down the [SHIFT] switch and press the
[ENTER] switch on the heart symbol of an unpaired
channel. However, it will not be possible to select LMONO/R-MONO/LR-MONO.
Only the [SHIFT] switch of the data entry block
can be used to select the temporary monaural setting from the screen.
Hint
If you click without holding down the [SHIFT]
switch, you will switch between conventional pairing/monaural.
3. Move the cursor to the desired button, and press
the [ENTER] key. The setting will be made the
instant you press the [ENTER] key.
4. To cancel the temporary monaural setting, hold
down the [SHIFT] switch and click the above heart
symbol once again, press the same button as you
selected in step 3, and press OK.
The monaural setting will be cancelled, and the PAN
(BALANCE) will return to its position at the time it
was paired.
Hint
By moving the cursor to a different button and pressing the [ENTER] switch, you can move to a different
channel for which to make temporary monaural settings.
Also, pairing can be defeated in the usual way even if
channels are temporarily set to monaural.
Operation when monaural is selected
The following points describe details of operation when
the L-MONO, R-MONO, or LR-MONO settings are
selected.
• Input channels that are temporarily set to monaural
can be changed to L-MONO, R-MONO, LR-MONO,
pairing defeated, or paired settings. However, the
input signal of a ST IN channel cannot be set to
monaural (pairing defeated).
• When you return to a paired state after selecting temporary monaural, the PAN setting and PAN mode
will return to the PAN/BALANCE position that had
been in effect when pairing was specified.
• When the signal of an input channel is sent to a MIX
bus, any temporary monaural mode L-MONO, RMONO, or LR-MONO will operate in the same way
as normal monaural (pairing defeated) mode.
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However, CUE on/off and Recall Safe that are not set
independently for L and R in a ST IN channel will be
linked or non-linked as a pair, even if LR-MONO is
selected.
For a ST IN channel, these parameters will always be
linked regardless of the temporary monaural setting.
• If the STEREO bus send PAN mode is set to BALANCE for an input channel, the MIX bus is paired,
and the MIX bus type is VARI, the MIX bus PAN
mode will also be BALANCE.
(The BALANCE value can be set individually.)
However if the channel is changed from a temporary
monaural setting to Pair, the MIX bus PAN position
will return to the same position as the STEREO bus
PAN/BALANCE that was in effect when the channel
was paired.
• In the front panel SELECTED INPUT CHANNEL
block, the CHANNEL SELECT indicators MONO and
PAIR will both light if any of the temporary monaural
modes L-MONO/R-MONO/LR-MONO are selected.
Other displays are the same as in software version 1.3.
• Copying between paired channels that are temporarily set to monaural can be performed between
paired channels. Copying to channels that are temporarily set to monaural can be performed only from
a L-MONO/R-MONO/LR-MONO/PAIR channel. It
is not possible to copy from a temporarily monaural
channel to a monaural channel.
• For a temporarily monaural channel, the display in
the CH VIEW screen that is accessed by the front
panel LCD FUNCTION ACCESS [CH VIEW] switch
will be the same as the MONO display.
• Channel libraries can be stored or recalled in monaural if paired channels are set to any temporary monaural setting L-MONO, R-MONO, or LR-MONO.
Libraries cannot be recalled or stored as a pair.
• CUE will function according to the pairing on/off setting, and will not be affected by this temporary monaural setting. Just as in software version 1.3, CUE will
operate in the same way as CUE for paired channels,
regardless of this temporary monaural setting. CUE
on/off is linked for L/R channels, and in the case of
PFL, the L channel signal will be sent to the L side of
the CUE bus, and the R channel signal to the R side of
the CUE bus (i.e., CUE in stereo). In the case of AFL,
operation will be the same as CUE for paired channels.
If the L-MONO or R-MONO temporary monaural
setting is selected, turning off either channel will cause
that channel to no longer be sent to the CUE bus.
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• Recall Safe will operate according to the pair on/off
setting, regardless of the temporary monaural setting. If Recall Safe is specified for only one of the two
channels, and you recall a scene for channels that are
set to monaural, a warning message will be displayed
to inform you that monaural will be cancelled even if
the channel contains Recall Safe parameters. Then
pairing will be cancelled. Only the channel that is not
set to Recall Safe will be recalled. In the case of LMONO, recalling the R channel will cause that channel to be recalled in an Off state. In the case of LMONO, recalling the L channel will cause that channel to be recalled in an Off state.
• If you recall channel library no.00, these temporary
monaural settings will be the same as for unpaired
channels. In other words, the PAN mode will remain
as it was, and the PAN/BALANCE will be set to the
center. For paired channels, the PAN mode will be
forced to INDIVIDUAL, and operation will be the
same as in software version 1.30.
• The fade time will operate according to the pair on/
off setting, without being affected by this temporary
monaural setting. When paired, the fade time of the
two channels will be linked.
• Insert on/off, insert point, and direct point can now
be set separately for L/R even if one of the temporary
monaural modes L-MONO/R-MONO/LR-MONO
are selected. (This setting is stored in the scene memory.)
• If a channel library is recalled to the channel that is
forced off by a L-MONO or R-MONO setting (i.e.,
the R channel in the case of L-MONO, or the L channel in the case of R-MONO), the recalled channel
will be forced off.
• The KEY IN link for GATE or COMP will not be
changed by any of these temporary monaural settings. LINK will be turned on only if monaural is
changed to pair. LINK will not be turned off when
the setting is changed from pair to link.
Temporary monaural setting for paired input channels/ST IN channels
If PAN is changed:
MONO mode
PAIR
PAIR mode
L-MONO
R-MONO
PAN*1 → BALANCE
BALANCE → PAN .*1
• BALANCE will be CENTER.*2
• The PAN that is sent to a MIX bus that is both
paired and VARI-type will change to BALANCE,
and set to CENTER.
• The L channel PAN will be set to far left, and the
R channel PAN will be set to far right.*2
• The BALANCE that is sent to a paired VARI-type
MIX bus will change to PAN, and panned to left
and right as above.
*1:
PAN refers to any of the pan modes INDIVIDUAL PAN, GANG PAN, or INVERTED GANG PAN.
*2:
This is the operation that occurs when the PAN MODE is changed in the screen. If it is changed by a scene recall, it will follow the stored PAN/BALANCE setting.
If PAIR is changed:
Cancel pairing → Specify pairing
PAN
Paired → Pairing defeated
*1
• PAN setting remains as is.
BALANCE
*1:
PAN refers to any of the pan modes INDIVIDUAL PAN, GANG PAN, or INVERTED GANG PAN.
Paired → L-MONO
PAN
*1
BALANCE
• The PAN value of the L/R channels and the PAN
MODE setting will be temporarily preserved.
• The L/R channel PAN will be CENTER.*2
• PAN to a paired VARI-type MIX bus will also be
set to CENTER.
• The R channel ON/OFF will be turned OFF, and
cannot be turned ON.
• The BALANCE value of the L/R channels and
the PAN MODE setting will be temporarily preserved.
• The L/R channel PAN will be CENTER.*2
• BALANCE to a paired VARI-type MIX bus will
change to PAN, and set to CENTER.
• The R channel ON/OFF will be turned OFF.
(Cannot be turned ON.)
• PAN MODE will be set to INDIVIDUAL PAN.
L-MONO → Paired
• The PAN/BALANCE value of the L/R channels
and the PAN MODE will return to the settings
that were in effect when the channels were
paired.*2
• PAN to a paired VARI-type MIX bus will change
to PAN or BALANCE, and will be set to the same
value as the temporarily preserved PAN value
for TO ST.
• R-channel parameters other than PAN will be
set identically to the L channel.*3
*1:
PAN refers to any of the pan modes INDIVIDUAL PAN, GANG PAN, or INVERTED GANG PAN.
*2:
This is the operation that will occur when pairing settings are changed in the screen or panel. If pairing settings were changed as a result of a scene recall, the stored
PAN/BALANCE status will be followed.
*3:
“Parameters” refers to parameters that are linked when channels are paired.
Paired → R-MONO
PAN
*1
BALANCE
• The PAN value of the L/R channels and the PAN
MODE setting will be temporarily preserved.
• The L/R channel PAN will be CENTER.*2
• PAN to a paired VARI-type MIX bus will also be
set to CENTER.
• The L channel ON/OFF will be turned OFF, and
cannot be turned ON.
• The BALANCE value of the L/R channels and
the PAN MODE setting will be temporarily preserved.
• The L/R channel PAN will be CENTER.*2
• BALANCE to a paired VARI-type MIX bus will
change to PAN, and set to CENTER.
• The L channel ON/OFF will be turned OFF.
(Cannot be turned ON.)
• PAN MODE will be set to INDIVIDUAL PAN.
R-MONO → Paired
• The PAN/BALANCE value of the L/R channels
and the PAN MODE will return to the settings
that were in effect when the channels were
paired.*2
• PAN to a paired VARI-type MIX bus will change
to PAN or BALANCE, and will be set to the same
value as the temporarily preserved PAN value
for TO ST.
• L-channel parameters other than PAN will be set
identically to the R channel.*3
*1:
PAN refers to any of the pan modes INDIVIDUAL PAN, GANG PAN, or INVERTED GANG PAN.
*2:
This is the operation that will occur when pairing settings are changed in the screen or panel. If pairing settings were changed as a result of a scene recall, the stored
PAN/BALANCE status will be followed.
*3:
“Parameters” refers to parameters that are linked when channels are paired.
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Paired → LR-MONO
PAN
*1
BALANCE
• The PAN value of the L/R channels and the PAN
MODE setting will be temporarily preserved.
• The L/R channel PAN will be CENTER.*2
• PAN to a paired VARI-type MIX bus will also be
set to CENTER.
• The BALANCE value of the L/R channels and
the PAN MODE setting will be temporarily preserved.
• The L/R channel PAN will be CENTER.*2
• BALANCE to a paired VARI-type MIX bus will
change to PAN, and set to CENTER.
• PAN MODE will be set to INDIVIDUAL PAN.
LR-MONO → Paired
• The PAN/BALANCE value of the L/R channels
and the PAN MODE will return to the settings
that were in effect when the channels were
paired.*2
• PAN to a paired VARI-type MIX bus will change
to PAN or BALANCE, and will be set to the same
value as the temporarily preserved PAN value
for TO ST.
• R-channel parameters other than PAN will be
set identically to the L channel.*3
*1:
PAN refers to any of the pan modes INDIVIDUAL PAN, GANG PAN, or INVERTED GANG PAN.
*2:
This is the operation that will occur when pairing settings are changed in the screen or panel. If pairing settings were changed as a result of a scene recall, the stored
PAN/BALANCE status will be followed.
*3:
“Parameters” refers to parameters that are linked when channels are paired.
L-MONO → Pairing defeated
R-MONO → Pairing defeated
LR-MONO → Pairing defeated
PAN
*1
BALANCE
*1:
*1
BALANCE
*1
BALANCE
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• These operations are invalid.
L-MONO → R-MONO
R-MONO → L-MONO
• The PAN value of the L/R channels and the PAN
MODE setting will not change.
• PAN to a paired VARI-type MIX bus will also
remain unchanged.
• The R channel ON/OFF will be set to the same
setting as the L channel, and the L channel ON/
OFF setting will be turned OFF.
• The PAN value of the L/R channels and the PAN
MODE setting will not change.
• PAN to a paired VARI-type MIX bus will also
remain unchanged.
• The L channel ON/OFF will be set to the same
setting as the R channel, and the R channel ON/
OFF setting will be turned OFF.
• The BALANCE value of the L/R channels and
the PAN MODE setting will not change.
• BALANCE to a paired VARI-type MIX bus will
also remain unchanged.
• The R channel ON/OFF will be set to the same
setting as the L channel, and the L channel ON/
OFF setting will be turned OFF.
• The BALANCE value of the L/R channels and
the PAN MODE setting will not change.
• BALANCE to a paired VARI-type MIX bus will
also remain unchanged.
• The L channel ON/OFF will be set to the same
setting as the R channel, and the R channel ON/
OFF setting will be turned OFF.
PAN refers to any of the pan modes INDIVIDUAL PAN, GANG PAN, or INVERTED GANG PAN.
PAN
*1:
• The BALANCE setting of the L/R channels and
the PAN MODE setting will not change.
• The PAN setting to a paired VARI-type MIX bus
will not change.
PAN refers to any of the pan modes INDIVIDUAL PAN, GANG PAN, or INVERTED GANG PAN.
PAN
*1:
• The L/R channel PAN setting and PAN MODE
will not change.
• PAN to a paired VARI-type MIX bus will not
change.
Pairing defeated → L-MONO
Pairing defeated → R-MONO
Pairing defeated → LR-MONO
L-MONO → LR-MONO
R-MONO → LR-MONO
• The PAN value of the L/R channels and the PAN
MODE setting will not change.
• PAN to a paired VARI-type MIX bus will also
remain unchanged.
• The R channel ON/OFF will be set to the same
setting as the L channel, and the L channel ON/
OFF setting will not change.
• The PAN value of the L/R channels and the PAN
MODE setting will not change.
• PAN to a paired VARI-type MIX bus will also
remain unchanged.
• The L channel ON/OFF will be set to the same
setting as the R channel, and the R channel ON/
OFF setting will not change.
• The PAN (BALANCE) value of the L/R channels
and the PAN MODE setting will not change.
• PAN to a paired VARI-type MIX bus will also
remain unchanged.
• The R channel ON/OFF will be set to the same
setting as the L channel, and the L channel ON/
OFF setting will not change.
• The PAN (BALANCE) value of the L/R channels
and the PAN MODE setting will not change.
• PAN to a paired VARI-type MIX bus will also
remain unchanged.
• The L channel ON/OFF will be set to the same
setting as the R channel, and the R channel ON/
OFF setting will not change.
PAN refers to any of the pan modes INDIVIDUAL PAN, GANG PAN, or INVERTED GANG PAN.
M/S decoding
LR-MONO → L-MONO
LR-MONO → R-MONO
PAN *1
• The PAN value of the L/R channels and the PAN
MODE setting will not change.
• PAN to a paired VARI-type MIX bus will also
remain unchanged.
• The R channel ON/OFF will be turned OFF, and
the L channel ON/OFF setting will not change.
• The PAN value of the L/R channels and the PAN
MODE setting will not change.
• PAN to a paired VARI-type MIX bus will also
remain unchanged.
• The L channel ON/OFF will be turned OFF, and
the R channel ON/OFF setting will not change.
BALANCE
• The PAN (BALANCE) value of the L/R channels
and the PAN MODE setting will not change.
• PAN to a paired VARI-type MIX bus will also
remain unchanged.
• The R channel ON/OFF will be turned OFF, and
the L channel ON/OFF setting will not change.
• The PAN (BALANCE) value of the L/R channels
and the PAN MODE setting will not change.
• BALANCE to a paired VARI-type MIX bus will
also remain unchanged.
• The L channel ON/OFF will be turned OFF, and
the R channel ON/OFF setting will not change.
*1:
PAN refers to any of the pan modes INDIVIDUAL PAN, GANG PAN, or INVERTED GANG PAN.
M/S decoding
M/S decoding functionality is now provided, allowing a two-channel signal input from a MS mic through adjacent oddnumbered/even-numbered input channels to be converted into L/R signals.
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1
3
4
1 M/S DECODE ON/OFF button
This switches the M/S decoding function on/off, in
groups of two adjacent odd-numbered/even-numbered channels (or a stereo input channel). The M/S
decode function can be turned on even for channels
that are not specified as a stereo pair.
2 S-GAIN knob
This sets the level difference of the S mic, relative to
the level of the M mic. The current value is shown in
the numerical box at the right.
At the MONO position, the S mic level will be -infinity. At the EXP.ST position, the S mic level will be
+10 dB.
At the STEREO position, the levels of the M mic and
S mic will be the same.
3 Unit type/ID number/channel number
These indicate the type of input assigned to the corresponding channel, the ID number, and the channel
number of the input jack.
4 Channel/Pair settings
These indicate the number of the currently displayed
input channel and the pairing status. You can also
click the heart symbol in this screen to set or defeat
pairing.
Procedure
Here's how to decode an MS mic input signal.
1. Connect the MS mics to two channels of an input
unit, and assign them to two adjacent odd-numbered/even-numbered channels.
Assign the M mic to the odd-numbered (L) channel,
and the S mic to the even-numbered (R) channel.
2. If necessary, specify the above two channels as a
pair.
MS decoding can be used even if the input channels
are not paired.
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3. Access the PAN/ROUTING function M/S screen.
• The input unit meter displayed in the INPUT UNIT
screen (SYS/W.CLOCK function)
UNIT
PATCH
PEAK
METER
(PRE ATT.)
DEEMPHASIS
M/S DECODE
ATT.
A headroom margin of approximately 18 dB is
maintained before M/S decoding. If the signal clips
while you are using M/S decoding, you can use the
attenuator to lower the level and input an
unclipped signal if the clipping is below the headroom margin.
4. Click the M/S DECODE ON/OFF button for the
corresponding two channels, to turn the button on.
With this setting, the odd-numbered (L) channel will
input the (M+S) signal, and the even-numbered (R)
channel will input the (M–S) signal (the M signal
summed with the inverted-phase S signal).
Even if only one signal (the M signal or S signal)
is patched to an input channel, turning M/S
DECODE on will send the signal to both channels.
5. Move the cursor to the S-GAIN knob, and turn the
[DATA] encoder to adjust the level of the S mic relative to the M mic.
At the MONO position, S = –infinity. At the STEREO position, M = S. At the EXP.ST position, S =
+10 dB.
M/S decoding is performed immediately after DEEMPHASIS and immediately before ATT. (attenuator).
For this reason, please note that when M/S decoding is on, the following meters will show the signal
level before M/S decoding.
• The input unit meter displayed in the HA/INSERT
function screen
• The screen/panel meters when the METER function
METERING POINT setting is set to PRE ATT.
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Since M/S decoding is a special function, it cannot
be copied between channels or saved in a channel
library. Also, the RESET BOTH button in the
CHANNEL PAIRING popup window will not be
valid.
Tracking Recall function
Tracking Recall function
A “Tracking Recall” function has been added, which lets
you add a pre-specified offset value to the value of each
fader when a scene is recalled.
You can use this Tracking Recall function when (for example) you want to make fine adjustments to the faders of
specific channels, so that the specified offset value will
automatically be added each time a scene is recalled.
3
1
2
1 TRACKING RECALL button
This button switches Tracking Recall on/off. Tracking Recall is on when ENABLE is displayed (the button will turn green).
2 MODE buttons
These buttons select the group of channels (input
channels 1–48, input channels 49–96, MIX channels,
MATRIX channels) for which you will make Tracking
Recall settings. The channels displayed in the screen
will change according to the button you select. (However, STEREO A/B and DCA will always be displayed
regardless of the MODE button that is selected.)
3 SET ALL button
When this button is turned on, the ON buttons (6)
of all channels (including channels that are not currently displayed in the screen) will be turned on, and
tracking will be specified for all channels.
4 CLEAR ALL button
When this button is turned on, the ON buttons (6)
of all channels (including channels that are not currently displayed in the screen) will be turned off, and
tracking will be defeated for all channels.
4
5
6
7
8
6 ON buttons
These buttons enable/defeat tracking for each channel.
If the TRACKING RECALL button is set to ENABLE,
tracking will be enabled for channels for which this
button is displayed as ON.
7 Faders
These faders specify an offset value in the range of +/
–15 dB that will be applied to each channel when
tracking is enabled.
8 Offset values
These indicate the offset value for each channel.
5 OFFSET LOCK button
When this button is turned on, the sliders of all channels (including channels that are not currently displayed in the screen) will be displayed in gray, and it
will not be possible to change the offset value further.
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Procedure
Here's how to use the Tracking Recall function.
1. Access the SCENE function TRACKING RECALL
screen.
In the TRACKING RECALL screen, tracking can be
turned on/off for each channel, and you can specify
the offset value that will be applied to each channel
for which Tracking Recall is on.
2. Press a MODE button (INPUT 1-48, INPUT 49-96,
MIX, MATRIX) so that the desired channels appear
in the screen.
3. Click the ON button of the channels for which you
want to use tracking.
At this point, the fader position of a channel that you
have turned on by clicking will be memorized as the
reference position. Thus, the offset value will be set
to 0.
Hint
By clicking the SET ALL or CLEAR ALL buttons in
the upper right of the screen, you can enable/defeat
tracking for all channels (including channels that are
not currently displayed in the screen).
4. Raise or lower the faders of channels for which
tracking is turned on, to specify their offset value.
Move the front panel faders from the reference positions that were memorized in step 3. The distance of
this movement will be set as the offset value. The offset value can also be specified by moving the sliders
in the screen. However if you use the sliders in the
screen to specify the offset, the front panel faders will
not change position.
The offset value can be specified in a range of –15–0–
+15 dB. After you have specified the desired offset
values, you can turn on the OFFSET LOCK button in
the screen to make the sliders turn gray, disabling any
further change in the offset values.
If you move the front panel faders while OFFSET
LOCK is on, the offset value will not be re-set even
if you then defeat OFFSET LOCK. This is because
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you may wish to defeat OFFSET LOCK in order to
make manual changes in the screen. If you move
the faders after defeating OFFSET LOCK, the offset
will be calculated from the reference position of
step 3 before tracking is recalled (an offset value of
0 dB), and set accordingly.
5. In the upper left of the screen, click the TRACKING
RECALL button to switch it to ENABLE.
In this example, the Tracking function was enabled
in step 5. However, the TRACKING RECALL button
can be operated at any time.
6. Recall the desired scene.
The offset values you specified in step 4 will be added
to the value of each fader in the recalled scene.
The faders of channels that are set to Recall Safe will
not change even if Tracking Recall is turned on. Nor
will the offset value change.
If the ENABLE button of the TRACKING RECALL
area is off, the specified offset value will not be
added to the recalled faders. The offset value will
return to zero when recall occurs unless the OFFSET LOCK button is on. If you want to set a specific
scene to the reference position (offset 0), you
should turn off the ENABLE button of the TRACKING RECALL area and also turn off the OFFSET
LOCK button before recalling the scene.
If the ENABLE button of the TRACKING RECALL
area is on, and you recall a scene not set to Recall
Safe, the fader values that were stored in the scene
will be offset by the specified value for each channel
for which the Tracking function is on, and the faders will move to the closest possible location for the
calculated value.
In the case of channels that are newly paired due to
a recall, offset will be considered to be off unless the
ON buttons of those two channels are both turned
on, and the offset value will not be added. If the ON
buttons of both channels are on, then the offset
value will be the average of the two values.
• If the OFFSET LOCK button is off for a channel that
is recalled from the channel library, the offset value
will be 0.
Tracking Recall function
• If the OFFSET LOCK button is off for a channel that
is channel-copied, the offset value will also be copied.
When the power of the CS1D is turned off, and
then on once again, the ENABLE button of the
TRACKING RECALL area will be turned off for the
sake of safety, disabling the Tracking Recall function.
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