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Contents
EQ and Dynamics ..................................................................... 56
About EQ and dynamics .........................................................................................
Using EQ ................................................................................................................
Using dynamics ......................................................................................................
Using the EQ or Dynamics libraries .........................................................................
How to Use This Reference Manual .......................................................................... 1
Function Tree ............................................................................ 4
Grouping and linking .............................................................. 64
About DCA groups and Mute groups .....................................................................
Using DCA groups..................................................................................................
Using mute groups.................................................................................................
Channel Link function ............................................................................................
Copying, moving, or initializing a channel..............................................................
SELECTED CHANNEL section ...................................................... 6
About the SELECTED CHANNEL section ................................................................... 6
Operations in the SELECTED CHANNEL section ....................................................... 6
SELECTED CHANNEL VIEW screen ........................................................................... 7
Centralogic section ................................................................. 11
About scene memories ........................................................................................... 77
Using scene memories ............................................................................................ 77
Editing scene memories.......................................................................................... 82
Using the Global Paste function.............................................................................. 85
Using the Focus function ........................................................................................ 87
Using the Recall Safe function................................................................................. 88
Using the Fade function.......................................................................................... 91
Outputting a control signal to an external device in tandem with scene recall
(GPI OUT) ................................................................................................... 93
Playing back an audio file that links to a scene recall............................................... 94
Using Preview mode............................................................................................... 96
Input and output patching..................................................... 15
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Input channels ........................................................................ 27
Signal flow for input channels................................................................................
Specifying the channel name, icon and channel color............................................
Making HA (Head Amp) settings............................................................................
Sending a signal from an input channel to the STEREO/MONO buses ...................
Sending a signal from an input channel to a MIX/MATRIX bus ..............................
Correcting delay between channels (Input Delay) ..................................................
Channel library operations .....................................................................................
Monitor and Cue functions ..................................................... 97
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About the Monitor and Cue functions .................................................................... 97
Using the Monitor function .................................................................................... 98
Using the Cue function......................................................................................... 101
Operating the Cue function.................................................................................. 102
Talkback and Oscillator......................................................... 106
About the Talkback and Oscillator functions ......................................................... 106
Using Talkback ..................................................................................................... 106
Using the Oscillator function ................................................................................ 108
Output channels ..................................................................... 46
Signal flow for output channels .............................................................................
Specifying the channel name, icon and channel color............................................
Sending signals from MIX channels to the STEREO/MONO bus .............................
Sending signals from MIX channels and STEREO/MONO channels to
MATRIX buses.............................................................................................
Correcting delay between channels (Output Delay) ...............................................
Channel library operations .....................................................................................
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Scene memory ......................................................................... 77
About the Centralogic section................................................................................ 11
Operations in the Centralogic section .................................................................... 11
OVERVIEW screen .................................................................................................. 12
CL console internal patching and Dante audio network patching ..........................
Changing the output patch settings ......................................................................
Changing the input patch settings.........................................................................
Inserting an external device into a channel ............................................................
Directly outputting an INPUT channel ...................................................................
Recording or playing back using DAW on a computer ...........................................
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Meters.................................................................................... 111
Operations in the METER screen ........................................................................... 111
Using an MBCL meter bridge (optional) on the CL3 or CL1 console ..................... 113
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Graphic EQ, effects, and Premium Rack ............................... 114
About the virtual rack ..........................................................................................
Virtual rack operations .........................................................................................
Graphic EQ operations.........................................................................................
About the internal effects.....................................................................................
Using the Premium Rack ......................................................................................
Using the graphic EQ, effect, and Premium Rack libraries.....................................
Loading a text file from a USB flash drive.............................................................. 193
Viewing Help ........................................................................................................ 194
Using USER DEFINED keys to recall Help directly................................................... 194
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Other functions ..................................................................... 196
About the SETUP screen ....................................................................................... 196
Word clock and slot settings ................................................................................. 198
Using cascade connections ................................................................................... 200
Basic settings for MIX buses and MATRIX buses .................................................... 202
Switching the entire phantom power supply on/off.............................................. 203
Specifying the brightness of the touch screen, LEDs, channel name displays,
and lamps ................................................................................................. 204
Setting the date and time of the internal clock ..................................................... 204
Setting the network address ................................................................................. 205
Initializing the unit to factory default settings ....................................................... 206
Adjusting the detection point of the touch screen (Calibration function) .............. 207
Adjusting the faders (Calibration function) ........................................................... 208
Fine-tuning the input and output gain (Calibration function) ............................... 209
Adjusting the channel color (Calibration function)................................................ 211
Adjusting the brightness of the channel name display .......................................... 212
Adjusting the contrast of the channel name display .............................................. 213
Dante audio network settings ............................................................................... 213
Using GPI (General Purpose Interface) .................................................................. 221
I/O device and external head amp ....................................... 138
Using an I/O device .............................................................................................
I/O device patching .............................................................................................
Remotely controlling an Rio unit ..........................................................................
Remotely controlling an amp...............................................................................
Using an external head amp ................................................................................
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MIDI....................................................................................... 149
MIDI functionality on the CL series console..........................................................
Basic MIDI settings ..............................................................................................
Using Program Changes to recall scenes and library items ...................................
Using Control Changes to control parameters .....................................................
Using Parameter Changes to control parameters .................................................
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User settings (Security) ........................................................ 158
User Level settings ...............................................................................................
Preferences ..........................................................................................................
USER DEFINED keys .............................................................................................
USER DEFINED knobs...........................................................................................
Assignable encoders ............................................................................................
Custom fader bank ..............................................................................................
Master fader ........................................................................................................
Console Lock .......................................................................................................
Saving and loading setup data to and from a USB flash drive...............................
Formatting a USB flash drive ................................................................................
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Appendices ............................................................................ 227
EQ Library List ......................................................................................................
DYNAMICS Library List .........................................................................................
Dynamics Parameters ...........................................................................................
Effect Type List .....................................................................................................
Effects Parameters.................................................................................................
Premium Rack Processor Parameters .....................................................................
Effects and tempo synchronization .......................................................................
Parameters that can be assigned to control changes.............................................
NRPN parameter assignments ..............................................................................
Mixing parameter operation applicability .............................................................
Functions that can be assigned to USER DEFINED keys .........................................
Functions that can be assigned to USER DEFINED knobs.......................................
Functions that can be assigned to the assignable encoders ...................................
MIDI Data Format ................................................................................................
Warning/Error Messages.......................................................................................
Electrical characteristics ........................................................................................
Mixer Basic Parameters .........................................................................................
MIDI Implementation Chart .................................................................................
Index....................................................................................................................
Recorder................................................................................ 181
About the USB memory recorder .........................................................................
Assigning channels to the input and output of the recorder.................................
Recording audio to a USB flash drive....................................................................
Playing back audio files from a USB flash drive .....................................................
Editing the title list...............................................................................................
Using the CL console with Nuendo Live...............................................................
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Help function ........................................................................ 193
Loading a Help file from a USB flash drive ............................................................ 193
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Function Tree
SEND TO/SEND FROM
TO STEREO/MONO
Page numbers in parentheses ( ) are the page numbers of the
Owner’s Manual (booklet).
Main
SELECTED CHANNEL
OVERVIEW
FUNCTION ACCESS AREA
6
GAIN/PATCH
(20)
16, 29, 48
31
1ch
31
8ch
32
CH1-48
32
CH49-72/ST IN
32
OUTPUT
138
CH1-48
50
DANTE INPUT PATCH
138
CH49-72/ST IN
50
DANTE OUTPUT PATCH
140
OUTPUT
50
LIBRARY
CHANNEL LIBRARY
45
EQ LIBRARY
63
DYNAMICS LIBRARY
63
GEQ LIBRARY
137
EFFECT LIBRARY
137
Portico5033/Portico5043/U76/Opt-2A/
EQ-1A/DynamicEQ LIBRARY
137
DANTE INPUT PATCH LIBRARY
139
44
VIRTUAL RACK
CH1-48
45
DELAY SCALE
44
21
1ch
21, 23
8ch
22, 24
HPF/EQ
56
1ch
56
8ch
57
CH1-48
58
CH49-72/ST IN
58
OUTPUT
58
DYNAMICS
59
1ch
59
KEY IN SOURCE SELECT
115
RACK MOUNTER
116
GEQ EDIT
118
GEQ LINK
61
CH1-48
62
CH49-72/ST IN
62
OUTPUT
62
141
DANTE OUTPUT PATCH
142
AMP
143
DANTE OUTPUT PATCH
EXTERNAL HA
143
146
EXTERNAL HA EDIT
147
EXTERNAL HA PORT SELECT
147
MONITOR
MONITOR
98
103
99
OSCILLATOR
109
TALKBACK
107
119
EFFECT RACK
EFFECT EDIT
EFFECT TYPE
PREMIUM RACK
122
METER
125
INPUT METER
111
126
OUTPUT METER
111
130
PREMIUM RACK MOUNTER
131
PREMIUM RACK EDIT
132
SETUP
USER SETUP
168
USER DEFINED KEYS SETUP
169
USER DEFINED KNOBS SETUP
170
171
USER DEFINED KNOB SETUP (List)
171
ASSIGNABLE ENCODER SETUP
172
CUSTOM FADER BANK/MASTER FADER
173
FADER ASSIGN SELECT
4
196
PREFERENCE
USER DEFINED KEY SETUP (List)
62
8ch
140
REMOTE HA EDIT
CUE
8ch
INSERT/DIRECT OUT
Rio
MONITOR
Indication only
45
138
DANTE SETUP
RACK
CH49-72/ST IN
DANTE PATCH
49
44
INPUT DELAY
49
I/O DEVICE
8ch
12
CHANNEL PARAMETER
PATCH/NAME
41, 52
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SETUP
CH JOB
158
CH LINK MODE
71
CREATE KEY
160
DCA GROUP ASSIGN
64
SAVE KEY
165
MUTE GROUP ASSIGN
66
LOGIN
161
RECALL SAFE MODE
88
SAVE/LOAD
177
CH COPY MODE
73
WORD CLOCK/SLOT
198
CH MOVE MODE
74
CH DEFAULT MODE
76
USER LEVEL/CREATE USER KEY
CASCADE IN/OUT PATCH
OUTPUT PORT
MIDI/GPI
200, 202
18
149, 221
MIDI SETUP
150
PROGRAM CHANGE
152
CONTROL CHANGE
155
GPI
222
FADER START
225
BUS SETUP
202
CONSOLE LOCK
175
DATE/TIME
204
NETWORK
205
DANTE SETUP
213
PATCH
22, 24, 100, 104,
139, 201
PORT SELECT
19, 117, 174,
175, 182
CH SELECT
Others
CONFIRMATION
168
SOFT KEYBORD
(21)
LOGIN
161
Startup Menu
SCENE
SCENE LIST
MODE SELECT
79
GLOBAL PASTE
85
FADE TIME
91
SONG SELECT
95
FOCUS RECALL
87
PREVIEW
96
RECORDER
USB
181
NUENDO LIVE
188
206
INITIALIZE ALL MEMORIES
206
INITIALIZE CURRENT MEMORIES
206
TOUCH SCREEN CALIBRATION
207
INPUT PORT TRIM
210
OUTPUT PORT TRIM
210
SLOT OUTPUT TRIM
210
FADER CALIBRATION
208
CHANNEL COLOR CALIBRATION
211
NOTE
• The explanations in this reference manual will use the CL5.
• In the case of the CL3/CL1, some screens will not show
channels and faders that do not exist on those models.
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SELECTED CHANNEL section
2.
SELECTED CHANNEL section
This chapter explains how to use the SELECTED CHANNEL section and the SELECTED CHANNEL
VIEW screen to control the selected channel.
Press one of the knobs in the SELECTED CHANNEL section.
Press a knob in the SELECTED CHANNEL section to display the SELECTED CHANNEL VIEW
screen for the currently-selected channel. If you leave this screen displayed, you will always be able
to view the settings in the screen while operating the knobs in the SELECTED CHANNEL
section.
NOTE
About the SELECTED CHANNEL section
If you have turned on the option “POPUP APPEARS WHEN KNOB(S) PRESSED” on the
PREFERENCE tab (accessed by pressing the SETUP button, then the USER SETUP button),
pressing a knob repeatedly will open or close the popup window (1ch).
The SELECTED CHANNEL section located to the left of the display corresponds to the mixer module
on a conventional analog mixer, and enables you to manually adjust all the major parameters of the
currently-selected channel.
Operations in this section will affect the channel that was most recently selected by its [SEL] key. If you
have assigned an ST IN channel or STEREO channel to a single channel strip, either the L or the R
channel will be selected, and the major parameters for L and R channels will be linked. You can use the
knobs on the panel to control mix parameters such as head amp gain, HPF/EQ settings, the threshold
setting of the dynamics processors, pan/balance settings, and send levels to the MIX/MATRIX buses.
Even if a different screen is selected, the knobs in the SELECTED CHANNEL section will always
affect the currently-selected channel. In this case, a window indicating the value of that parameter
will appear on screen when you operate a knob.
Operations in the SELECTED CHANNEL section
Follow the steps below to perform operations in the SELECTED CHANNEL section.
1.
Use a [SEL] key to select the channel you want to control.
To select a channel, press a [SEL] key in the top panel channel strip section, the Centralogic
section, or the master section.
Press the appropriate bank select key so that the
Channel number
channels you want to control are assigned to the
Channel name
top panel.
The number and name of the currently-selected
channel is shown in the channel select field
located in the Function Access Area of the touch
screen.
NOTE
• If an ST IN channel or STEREO channel has
been assigned to a single channel strip, you can switch between L and R by repeatedly pressing
the same [SEL] key.
• You can also switch channels by pressing the channel select field located in the Function Access
Area. Press the left side of the field to select the preceding channel. Press the right side of the
field to select the next channel.
3.
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Use the knobs in the SELECTED CHANNEL section and the buttons on the
SELECTED CHANNEL VIEW screen to edit the parameters of the selected channel.
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SELECTED CHANNEL section
SELECTED CHANNEL VIEW screen
If the destination bus channels are two mono channels:
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2
3
1 SEND knob
Sets the send level to the corresponding bus.
2 PRE indicator
Indicates the send point of the corresponding bus. If the PRE button on the MIX SEND 8ch screen
is turned ON, this PRE indicator will be turned on.
3 ON button
Switches the send signal to the corresponding bus on or off.
If the destination bus is a stereo channel:
1
2
■ SEND field
In this field, you can view the send level from the channel to each MIX/
MATRIX bus, switch the on/off status of the send signals, and switch between
pre and post.
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1
1 SEND/PAN knob
The right-hand knob adjusts the level of the signal sent to a pair of bus channels (even-numbered
and odd-numbered). The left-hand knob adjusts the pan and balance of the same signal.
1 Tabs
Enable you to select a group of 16 output bus channels to be displayed
in the SEND field.
• MIX1–16 tab.............................. displays MIX buses 1–16.
• MIX17–24/MATRIX tab ......... displays MIX buses 17–24 and
MATRIX buses 1–8.
2 PRE indicator
Indicates the send point of the corresponding bus. If the PRE button on the MIX SEND 8ch screen
is turned ON, this PRE indicator will be turned on.
3 ON button
Press the right-hand button to switch on or off the signal sent to two bus channels.
The view and the function of the knobs and buttons in the SEND field vary
depending on whether a pair of bus channels (odd-numbered and evennumbered) are comprised of two mono channels or a stereo channel.
NOTE
• If the indices of a SEND/PAN knob are white, the send point is assigned as PRE; if the indices
are black, it is assigned as POST.
• If the send point is PRE, you can specify the PRE point as either VARI [PRE EQ] or VARI [PRE
FADER] in the BUS SETUP popup that appears when you press the SETUP button → BUS
SETUP button.
• If the type of the destination bus is set to FIXED, controllers 1–2 mentioned above will not be
displayed. The send level will be fixed at nominal level, and the send point will be fixed at POST
FADER. For details, see “Basic settings for MIX buses and MATRIX buses” on page 202.
• Press the SEND LEVEL knob or PAN knob on screen to open the SEND 8ch popup window.
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■ GAIN/PATCH field
This field enables you to make HA (head amp) analog gain settings, and view the operational status of
the head amp.
1 GAIN knob
Sets the analog gain of the head amp.
For a channel to which the head amp has not been
patched, a gray circle appears, instead of the knob. Press
the knob to open the GAIN/PATCH 1ch popup window. 1
If the Gain Compensation function is turned on, an
indicator appears, showing the level of the signal output
to the audio network.
2 ST/MONO button
Switches the on/off status of a signal sent from the
channel to the STEREO/MONO bus.
If an INPUT/MIX channel is set to LCR mode, the LCR
button appears in location 2.
The LCR button is an overall on/off switch for the signals
sent from the channel to the STEREO/MONO bus.
2
When a MATRIX, STEREO, or MONO channel is selected:
3
1 BALANCE knob
4
If the signal on the selected channel is stereo, the
BALANCE knob will appear, enabling you to adjust the
volume balance for the left and right channels. If the
channel signal is monaural, a gray circle will appear in
this location.
Press the knob to open the TO STEREO 8ch popup
window.
2 OVER indicator
Warns you when the signal is clipping.
3 +48V indicator
Indicates the phantom power on or off status for the head amp.
4 Ø (Phase) indicator
■ INPUT DELAY field
This field enables you to view the delay settings.
Indicates the input phase setting for the head amp.
NOTE
• For an input channel that is patched to an input that has no head amp, 1 will be a gray circle
and 3 will not be shown. For an output channel, 1 will be a gray circle, and 2–4 will not be
shown.
• If GAIN KNOB FUNCTION is set to DIGITAL GAIN in the USER SETUP → PREFERENCE
screen, the digital gain knob will appear for 1, and 3 will not be displayed.
For details, refer to “Making HA (Head Amp) settings” on page 30.
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1
1 ON indicator
Indicates the on/off status of the delay. If the delay is off,
the indicator will not be displayed.
2
2 Delay time
The delay value is displayed by milliseconds (ms) and also by currently-selected scale. If the scale
uses units of ms, the value in the bottom row will not be displayed. Only the ms value appears in
the middle row.
Press this field to open the INPUT DELAY 8ch popup window.
■ PAN/BALANCE field
This field enables you to switch the on/off status of the signal sent from the selected channel to the
STEREO/MONO bus, and adjust the pan and balance.
The view and the function of the controllers in this field vary depending on the type of the selected
channel.
■ HPF field (input channels only)
This field enables you to set the HPF.
When an input channel or MIX channel is selected:
1 HPF knob
2
1
Sets the HPF cutoff frequency.
1 TO STEREO PAN knob
Sets the pan position of a signal routed to the STEREO
bus.
1
Press the knob to open the STEREO/MONO 8ch popup
window. If the ST IN channel is selected, you can specify
whether to view the PAN knob or the BALANCE knob in
this popup window. For a MIX channel, the PAN knob
will appear if the signal is mono, and the BALANCE
knob will appear if the signal is stereo.
2
2 ON button
Switches the HPF on or off.
2
If an output channel is selected, a gray circle will appear in location 1, and button 2 will be hidden.
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■ EQ parameter field
This field displays the 4-band EQ parameter settings.
■ EQ graph field
This field graphically indicates the approximate response of the EQ. Press this field to open the HPF/
EQ 1ch popup window, in which you can set the attenuator, HPF and EQ.
1 Q knob
Specifies the Q for each band.
If the HIGH band filter type is set to LPF or H. SHELF (highshelving), or the LOW band filter type is set to L. SHELF (lowshelving), the Q knob will not be displayed. Only the filter type
name will be displayed.
■ DYNAMICS 1/DYNAMICS 2 field
This field enables you to view and set the Dynamics 1/2 parameters.
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1
2
2
3
NOTE
3
• Fully rotating the HIGH band Q knob on the panel counter-clockwise while pressing and holding
it down will set the filter type to LPF. Fully rotating the Q knob clockwise while pressing and
holding it down will set the filter type to high-shelving.
• Fully rotating the LOW band Q knob on the panel clockwise while pressing and holding it down
will set the filter type to low-shelving.
• If an output channel has been selected, fully rotating the LOW band Q knob on the panel counterclockwise while pressing and holding it down will set the filter type to HPF.
• You can also switch the filter type on the HPF/EQ 1ch popup window.
4
1 OVER indicator
Warns you when the signal is clipping.
2 FREQUENCY knob
2 Level meter
Sets the center frequency (or cutoff frequency) for each band.
Displays the output signal level (green) and the amount of gain reduction (orange) when the
Dynamics is on. The current threshold setting is shown as a white vertical line.
3 GAIN knob
3 Threshold
Sets the amount of cut/boost for each band.
Specifies the threshold.
NOTE
• If the HIGH band filter type is set to LPF, you can switch LPF on or off using the HIGH band GAIN
knob on the panel.
• If the LOW band filter type is set to HPF, you can switch HPF on or off using the LOW band GAIN
knob on the panel.
• Press each knob to open the HPF/EQ 1ch popup window.
4 Parameters
Indicate the values of parameters that vary depending on the currently-selected dynamics type.
Press this field to open the DYNAMICS 1/DYNAMICS 2 1ch popup window, in which you can
make detailed parameter settings.
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■ INSERT field
This field enables you to make insert settings.
■ FADER field
This field enables you to view and make settings for the channel on/
off status and the level.
1
1 Popup button
2 ON button
4
Displays the current level.
Use the faders on the top panel to set the levels.
3
Displays the current level setting by numerical value. If the
signal is clipping at any point in the channel, the ΣCLIP indicator will light.
3 RACK EDIT popup button
Appears if an effect or Premium Rack is inserted. Press this button to display the edit screen for
the inserted rack.
3 ON button
Switches the channel status on or off. The button is linked with the corresponding [ON] key on
the top panel.
4 IN indicator
Appears if a port has been assigned to the insert-in patch. It lights when the signal is sent to the
insert-in.
■ DCA/MUTE field
This field enables you to view and select the DCA or mute group to which
the channel is assigned.
■ DIRECT OUT field
This field enables you to make insert settings.
1
Select DCA or mute as a group to set. Press the selected tab once again
to open the DCA/MUTE GROUP ASSIGN MODE popup window.
2
2 DCA group select buttons
Switches the Direct Out on or off.
Press this button to open the RECALL SAFE popup window.
2 ON button
3
When the DCA group tab is selected:
2 ON button
1 Popup button
1
1 Tabs
1 Popup button
■ RECALL SAFE field
This field enables you to make Recall Safe settings.
3
1
2 Level indicator
Switches the insert on or off.
Press this button to open the INSERT/DIRECT OUT 1ch
popup window. The Direct Out level value will appear below
the button.
2
1 Fader
2
Press this button to open the INSERT/DIRECT OUT 1ch
popup window.
2
Select the DCA group to which the channel is assigned.
3 Mute group indicators
Indicate the mute group to which the channel is assigned.
1
3
When the mute group tab is selected:
2
4 Mute group select buttons
5
Select the mute group to which the channel is assigned.
Switches the Recall Safe status on or off.
NOTE
3 PARTIAL indicator
If the dimmer level is set to the mute group, this button lights
orange.
This will light if recall safe applies only to some of the parameters, not to all channel settings.
5 MUTE SAFE button
6
4
Temporarily removes the channel from the mute group.
6 DCA group indicators
Indicate the DCA group to which the channel is assigned.
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Centralogic section
Centralogic section
Operations in the Centralogic section
Follow the steps below to perform operations in the Centralogic section.
This chapter explains how to use the Centralogic section and the OVERVIEW screen to simultaneously
control up to eight channels.
1.
About the Centralogic section
Use the Bank Select keys in the Centralogic section to select the channels or DCA
groups that you want to control.
When you press a Bank Select key, the LED of that key will light. The touch screen will display the
OVERVIEW screen, and the parameters of the eight channels you selected will appear.
NOTE
The Centralogic section is located below the touch screen, and lets you recall and simultaneously
control a set of up to eight input channels, output channels, or DCA groups. Use the Bank Select keys
in the Centralogic section to select the channels that you want to control.
When the SELECTED CHANNEL VIEW screen is displayed, you can switch to the OVERVIEW
screen by pressing any of the multifunction knobs 1–8. This is convenient if you want to quickly
switch to the OVERVIEW screen while leaving the same channels or DCA groups selected for
control.
2.
Use the faders and [ON] keys in the Centralogic section to adjust the level of the
group of up to eight selected channels and switch them on or off.
NOTE
• The bottom line of the OVERVIEW screen shows the channels or DCA groups that can be
controlled by the faders, [ON] keys and [CUE] keys in the Centralogic section.
• The top line of the OVERVIEW screen shows the channels that can be controlled by multifunction
knobs 1–8 in the Centralogic section.
3.
Use the fields on the OVERVIEW screen and the multifunction knobs to adjust the
parameters for the group of up to eight channels.
Bank Select keys
If you press one of the Bank Select keys, the channels or DCA groups corresponding to that key will be
assigned to the Centralogic section, and can be controlled using the faders, [ON] keys, and [CUE] keys
in the Centralogic section.
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■ GAIN/PATCH field
This field enables you to make HA (head amp) analog or digital gain settings and view the operational
status of the head amp.
The view and the function of the controllers in this field vary depending on the type of the selected
channel.
OVERVIEW screen
If the head amp is patched:
1 GAIN knob
2
3
4
1
Sets the analog gain of the head amp.
• Press this field to assign the GAIN knob to the corresponding
knob in the Centralogic section, which enables you to adjust the gain. If the Gain
Compensation function is turned on, an indicator appears, showing the level of the signal
output to the audio network.
• If the GAIN knob has been assigned to a knob in the Centralogic section, press the knob to open
the GAIN/PATCH 8ch popup window.
2 OVER indicator
Lights when the signal at the input port or from the rack output exceeds the full scale level. This
indicator is available only if an input channel is selected.
3 +48V indicator
Indicates the phantom power (+48V) on or off status for the head amp. This indicator is not
displayed unless the head amp is patched to the channel.
4 Ø (Phase) indicator
Indicates the input phase setting for the head amp. This indicator is available only if an input
channel is selected.
NOTE
• If the slot is not connected to the head amp, the patch and the type of the MY card will be
displayed.
• If GAIN KNOB FUNCTION is set to DIGITAL GAIN in the PREFERENCE screen, the digital GAIN
knob will appear instead of knob 1, and indicator 3 will not be displayed.
If the Gain Compensation function is turned on, an indicator appears, showing the level of the
signal output to the audio network.
■ CHANNEL NAME field
This field appears at the top and bottom of the screen and displays the channel number, name, and icon
for the currently-selected eight channels. The name of the currently-selected channel is highlighted.
: Selected channel
If the slot is patched:
The slot name will appear.
: Unselected channel
If the rack is connected:
The patch and module name will appear.
NOTE
If you have retained the channels assigned to the faders in the Centralogic section by pressing
and holding down a Bank Select key, the channel names shown at the top and bottom of the
OVERVIEW screen may differ.
If the output is connected:
Only the patch will appear.
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■ INPUT DELAY field
This field displays the delay status for the input channel. If an output channel has been selected, this
field will be blank. Press this field to open the INPUT DELAY 8ch popup window.
■ SEND field
This field displays the send level, send on/off status, and pre/post settings for 16
buses.
To select the 16 destination buses, use the [MIX 1–16] or [MIX 17–24/MATRIX]
key in the SELECTED CHANNEL section on the panel.
Use the Centralogic multifunction knobs to adjust the send level for each bus.
Touch the knob of the bus you want to operate; it will be assigned to the
Centralogic multifunction knobs. If it is assigned to the multifunction knobs,
touching that knob once again will display the SEND 8ch popup screen.
This field varies depending on the type of the destination bus.
1
1 DELAY ON/OFF indicator
Indicates the on/off status of the delay.
■ INSERT/DIRECT OUT field
This field enables you to make insert and Direct Out settings. Press this field to open the INSERT/
DIRECT OUT 8ch popup window.
If the destination bus is VARI (mono):
The knob color and scale color indicate the send on/off and pre/post status. If
the send is off, the knob color turns gray. With the post setting, the knob scale
color turns black.
1
2
1 INSERT ON/OFF indicator
Indicates the insert on/off status.
2 DIRECT OUT ON/OFF indicator (input channels only)
If the destination bus is VARI (stereo):
If a pair of buses (odd-numbered and even-numbered) are in stereo, the lefthand knob will function as the PAN knob, and the right-hand knob will function
as the SEND knob.
Indicates the Direct Out on/off status.
■ EQ field
This field graphically indicates the approximate response of the EQ.
Press this field to open the HPF/EQ 1ch popup window, in which
you can set the HPF and EQ.
NOTE
If DCA or monitor has been selected, this field will be blank.
■ DYNAMICS 1/2 field
This field displays the threshold value and meter for Dynamics 1/2.
Press this field to open the DYNAMICS 1/2 1ch popup window.
If the destination bus is set to FIXED:
The SEND ON/OFF button will appear instead of each knob.
NOTE
If DCA or monitor has been selected, this field will be blank.
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■ TO STEREO/MONO field
This field displays the on/off status and pan/balance setting of the signal sent to the STEREO/MONO
bus.
If you press this field, the knob will be assigned to the corresponding knob in the Centralogic section.
If you press the field once again, the TO STEREO/MONO 8ch popup window will appear.
This field varies depending on the type of the selected channel.
■ DCA group field
A DCA group (1–16) to which the channel is assigned is displayed on the first or second row in this
field.
Press this field to open the DCA/MUTE GROUP ASSIGN MODE popup window.
When an input channel or MIX channel is selected:
1
■ Mute group field
A mute group (1–8) to which the channel is assigned is displayed on the third row in this field. If the
channel has been temporarily removed from the mute group, “S” (Safe) will appear on the third row.
If the dimmer level has been set for a mute group, the color of the characters changes from red to
orange.
Press this field to open the DCA/MUTE GROUP ASSIGN MODE popup window.
2
1 TO STEREO PAN knob
Sets the pan position of a signal routed to the STEREO bus.
Press the knob to open the STEREO/MONO 8ch popup window. If the ST IN channel is selected,
you can specify whether to view the PAN knob or the BALANCE knob in this window. For a MIX
channel, the PAN knob will appear if the signal is mono, and the BALANCE knob will appear if
the signal is stereo.
2 ST/MONO indicator
Indicates the status of a signal sent to the STEREO/MONO bus.
If an input or MIX channel is set to LCR mode, the LCR indicator will
be displayed in location 2.
2
When a MATRIX channel (monaural) or MONO channel is selected:
The ΣCLIP indicator appears, indicating that the signal is clipping at some point in the channel.
For a stereo MATRIX channel or STEREO channel, the BALANCE knob appears, indicating the
balance of the left/right channels.
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Input patching
CL series consoles and I/O devices feature two types of patching: Dante audio network patching and
CL console internal patching.
For Dante audio network patching, you will use the DANTE INPUT PATCH popup window. In this
window, you can patch CL console and I/O device inputs. Sixty-four (64) channels can be input from a
Dante audio network to a CL series console. You can choose up to 64 channels from maximum of 512
channels (logical value) of Dante audio network signals. Select the I/O devices (within 64 channels) that
you want to control from the CL series console.
Then, route the input signals (that were patched in the DANTE INPUT PATCH popup window) to
channels on the CL series console. To do this, choose input ports from DANTE 1–64 in the GAIN/
PATCH popup window.
This chapter explains how to edit the input patching and output patching, how to connect inserts, and
how to use direct outputs.
CL console internal patching and Dante audio
network patching
The following diagram shows the signal flow through the CL series console, I/O devices, and Dante
audio network.
NOTE
I/O device
I/O device
By default, DANTE 1–64 are assigned to input channels 1–64.
ID #1
ID #3
Dante-MY16-AUD
Dante Network
Up to 512 channels
(logical value)
I/O device
Output patching
ID #2
Use the OUTPUT PORT popup window to patch CL console’s output channels and Dante audio
network. In this window, assign output channel signals to DANTE 1–64 ports.
SW
64/512
OMNI
8
MY
16
MY
16
MY
16
Dante
patching
NOTE
By default, MIX 1–24 are assigned to DANTE 1–24, MATRIX 1–8 are assigned to DANTE 25–32,
STEREO L/R are assigned to DANTE 33/34, and MONO is assigned to DANTE 35.
“Dante” (ports)
64
INPUT PATCH
Next, patch the output signals from DANTE 1–64 (assigned in the OUTPUT PORT popup window) to
I/O device outputs. Use the OUTPUT PATCH popup window of the I/O device to make these
assignments.
CL internal
patching
CL series console
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Changing the output patch settings
In the PATCH/NAME popup window you can change the channel name, icon, and output port
assigned to each output channel. The window includes the following items.
To change the patching, you can either select the output port that will be the output destination of each
output channel, or you can select the output channel that will be the output source for each output port.
3
4
5
Selecting the output port for each output channel
1.
1
Use the Bank Select keys in the Centralogic section to access the OVERVIEW screen
containing the output channel for which you want to assign the output port.
Channel number/Channel name
2
7
6
1 PATCH button
Indicates the port that is patched to the input or output channel. Press this button to enable the
PATCH tab at the bottom of the screen. The PORT SELECT popup window will appear, enabling
you to select the network and port.
2 Channel select button
Selects the channel to set.
NOTE
Switching channels on this screen will not affect the channel selection on the console.
2.
In the top part of the screen, press the channel number/channel name field to
access the PATCH/NAME popup window.
3 Channel icon button
Indicates the icon and color that are currently selected for the corresponding channel. Press this
button to enable the ICON tab at the bottom of the screen. The CH COLOR/ICON popup
window will appear, enabling you to select the color, icon, and channel name.
4 Channel number display box
Indicates the channel number. This item cannot be changed.
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5 Channel name edit box
Selecting the output channel for each output port
Indicates the currently-specified channel. Press the inside of this box to enable the NAME tab at
the bottom of the screen. The SOFT KEYBOARD popup window will appear, enabling you to edit
the channel name.
1.
In the Function Access Area, press the SETUP button to access the SETUP screen.
OUTPUT PORT button
6 Category select list
Selects the type of the port you want to display on the screen.
7 Port select buttons
Enable you to select a port in the current category. To cancel the selection, press the same button
once again.
3.
Use the output port select tabs and the output port select buttons to specify the
output port that will be assigned to that channel.
If the output port select buttons are not shown at the bottom of the window, press the PATCH tab.
4.
Use the Bank Select keys and the [SEL] keys to switch the output channels being
controlled, and specify their output ports in the same way.
5.
When you have finished making settings, press the “x” symbol located in the upper
right to close the window.
You will return to the OVERVIEW screen.
2.
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In the SYSTEM SETUP field located in the center of the screen, press the OUTPUT
PORT button to open the OUTPUT PORT popup window.
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6 DELAY button
In the OUTPUT PORT popup window, you can assign the source channel for each output port.
This popup window includes the following items.
Switches the output port delay on or off.
2
7 Ø (Phase) button
Switches the phase of the signal assigned to the output port between normal phase and reverse
phase.
1
3
4
8 GAIN knob
Adjusts the output gain of the output port. To adjust this value, press the knob on screen to select
it, and then operate multifunction knobs 1–8. Rotate the knob to set the value in the range of –96
to +24 dB in 1.0 dB steps. Rotate the knob while pressing and holding it down to set the value in
0.1 dB steps. The current value appears immediately below the knob.
5
6
7
9 Level meter
8
0 Output port select tabs
Indicates the level of the signal assigned to the output port.
Switch the output ports controlled in the popup window in groups of up to eight ports. Tabs are
categorized into three groups: DANTE, SLOT, and PATCH VIEW. To display tabs in the desired
group, press the group name button located at the right or left end of the bottom row.
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3.
0
Use the output port select tabs at the bottom of the popup window to select the
output port you want to control.
The tabs correspond to the following output ports.
• DANTE 1–8, 9–16, 17–24, 25–32, 33–40, 41–48, 49–56, 57–64
These tabs control the output channels of the Dante connectors.
1 Slot number/Card type
If an output channel of slot 1–3 is selected for operations, this area indicates the slot number and
the type of I/O card installed in that slot.
• SLOT1 1–8, 9–16
• SLOT2 1–8, 9–16
• SLOT3 1–8, 9–16
These tabs enable you to control output channels 1–8 and 9–16 of slots 1–3 respectively.
2 DELAY SCALE button
Press this button to open the DELAY SCALE popup window, in which you can select the unit for
the delay time.
• OMNI 1–8
This tab enables you to control OMNI jacks 1–8.
3 Output port
• DIGITAL OUT
This tab enables you to control the L/R channels of the DIGITAL OUT connector.
This is the type and number of the output port to which the channel is assigned.
4 Channel select popup button
• PATCH VIEW1
• PATCH VIEW2
These tabs display lists of patches.
Enables you to select the channel that you want to assign to the output port. The name of the
currently-selected channel is displayed.
5 Delay time knob
4.
Sets the delay time of the output port. Press this knob to select it, and then use multifunction
knobs 1–8 to adjust the settings. The millisecond delay time value is indicated above the knob,
and the delay time value in the units selected in the DELAY SCALE popup window is indicated
below the knob.
To assign a channel to an output port, press the channel select popup window for
that port.
NOTE
If you have selected ms (millisecond) as the scale, the delay time value will not appear above the
knob.
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5.
The CH SELECT popup window will appear. This popup window includes the following items.
Use the channel select tabs and the channel select buttons to select the source
channel, and press the CLOSE button.
You will return to the OUTPUT PORT popup window.
NOTE
If PATCH CONFIRMATION is ON, a confirmation dialog box will appear when you attempt to
change the patch settings. If STEAL PATCH CONFIRMATION is ON, a confirmation dialog box
will appear when you attempt to change a location that is already patched elsewhere.
6.
7.
8.
2
1
Make settings for delay, phase, and output gain as necessary.
Repeat steps 3–6 to assign channels to other output ports.
When you have finished making settings, click the “x” symbol in the upper right of
the window to return to the previous screen.
Changing the input patch settings
This section explains how to change the patching of each input channel.
1 Category select list
1.
Use the Bank Select keys in the Centralogic section to access the OVERVIEW screen
for the input channel to which you want to assign the input source.
2.
In the top part of the screen, press the channel number/channel name field to
access the PATCH/NAME popup window.
Selects the category of channel shown in the popup window. The categories correspond to the
following channels. They vary depending on the output port type.
• MIX/MATRIX.................................. MIX 1–MIX 24, MATRIX 1–MATRIX 8
• ST/MONO/MONI/CUE ................. STEREO L, STEREO R, MONO(C), MONI L, MONI R,
MONI C, CUE L, CUE R
• DIRECT OUT 1–32......................... CH1–CH32 Direct Outs
• DIRRECT OUT 33–64.................... CH33–CH64 Direct Outs
• DIRECT OUT 65–72 ...................... CH65–CH72 Direct Outs
• INSERT OUT 1–32.......................... CH1–CH32 Insert-outs
• INSERT OUT 33–64 ....................... CH33–CH64 Insert-outs
• INSERT OUT 65–72 ....................... CH65–CH72 Insert-outs
• INSERT OUT MIX/MATRIX ....... Insert-outs for MIX1-MIX24, MATRIX 1-MATRIX8
• INSERT OUT ST/MONO .............. Insert-outs for STEREO L, STEREO R, and MONO (C)
• CASCADE MIX/MATRIX............. MIX1–MIX24, MATRIX1–MATRIX8
• CASCADE ST/MONO/CUE.......... STEREO L, STEREO R, MONO(C), CUE L, CUE R
NOTE
In the case of the CL3/CL1, channels that do not exist on those models will not be shown.
2 Channel select buttons
Select the channel to be assigned to the output port you selected in step 3.
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In the PATCH/NAME popup window you can view and change the channel name, icon, channel
color, and input port assigned to each input channel.
2
• EFFECT RACK......... FX1L(A)–FX8R(B)
• PREMIUM RACK.... PR1L(A)–PR2R(B)
3
5 Input port select buttons
Assign an input port to the currently-selected input channel.
6 Tabs
1
Enable you to switch between items.
3.
Access the input port selection screen of the PATCH/NAME popup window, and
then use the input port select tabs and input port select buttons to select an input
port.
NOTE
If PATCH CONFIRMATION is ON, a confirmation dialog box will appear when you attempt to
change the patch settings. If STEAL PATCH CONFIRMATION is ON, a confirmation dialog box
will appear when you attempt to change a location that is already patched elsewhere.
5
4.
4
When you have finished making settings, press the “x” symbol located in the upper
right to close the window.
You will return to the OVERVIEW screen.
NOTE
You can also select input ports from the GAIN/PATCH popup window.
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5.
Repeat step 2–4 to assign input ports for other channels.
1 PATCH button
Indicates the currently-selected input port. If you press this button when selecting an icon or
changing the channel name, you will return to the input port select screen.
2 Channel icon button
Indicates the icon that is selected for the corresponding channel. When you press this button, a
screen will appear in which you can select an icon or sample name.
3 Channel name input box
Indicates the name that is assigned to the corresponding channel. When you press this field, a
keyboard window allowing you to assign a name will appear.
4 Category select list
Selects the category of input port shown in the popup window. The categories correspond to the
following input ports. They vary depending on the channel type.
• DANTE1–32 ..............DANTE1–DANTE32
• DANTE33–64 ............DANTE33–DANTE64
• OMNI/PB OUT.........OMNI1–OMNI8, PB OUT(L), PB OUT(R)
• SLOT1 .........................SLOT1(1)–SLOT1(16)
• SLOT2 .........................SLOT2(1)–SLOT2(16)
• SLOT3 .........................SLOT3(1)–SLOT3(16)
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3 INSERT ON/OFF button
Inserting an external device into a channel
Switches the insert on or off.
To change the currently-selected insert point, press one of the three blocks that does not contain
any buttons.
If desired, you can insert an effect processor or other external device into the signal path of an INPUT,
MIX, MATRIX, STEREO, or MONO channel. When doing so, the type of input/output port used for
the insertion and the location of the insert-out/in points can be specified individually for each channel.
1.
As desired, connect your external equipment to an OMNI IN/OUT jack or to an
I/O card installed in slots 1–3.
NOTE
If you install a digital I/O card in a slot and digitally connect an external device, you must
synchronize the word clock of the CL console and the external device (see page 198).
NOTE
You can set the I/O ports to function as an insert for each block.
2.
3.
Use the Bank Select keys in the Centralogic section to access the OVERVIEW screen
for the channel to which you want to assign the input source.
4 APPLY TO ALL INPUT button (input channels only)
Press the INSERT/DIRECT OUT field to access the INSERT/DIRECT OUT popup
window.
In the INSERT/DIRECT OUT popup window, you can view or change the type of input/output
port used for insertion and the location at which insertion will occur. There are two variations of
this popup window; one-channel and eight-channel.
Each window view includes the following items.
5 APPLY TO ALL OUTPUT button (output channels only)
Specifies whether the insert position/Direct Out position will be applied to all input channels.
Specifies whether the insert position settings will be applied to all output channels.
■ INSERT IN HA field
This field will appear if you have selected an input port (that features a head amp) as the insert-in.
6
7 8
INSERT/DIRECT OUT popup window (1ch)
3
6 +48V button
1
2
Switches head amp phantom power (+48V) on or off.
7 A.GAIN knob
Indicates the analog gain setting for the head amp. Press this knob so that you will be able to use
the multifunction knob to adjust the gain.
8 HA meter
4
Displays the level of the HA input signal.
5
1 INSERT OUT button
Press this button to open the PORT SELECT popup window, in which you can select an output
port. The name of the currently-selected port appears on the button.
2 INSERT IN button
Press this button to open the PORT SELECT popup window, in which you can select an input
port. The name of the currently-selected port appears on the button.
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4.
INSERT/DIRECT OUT popup window (8ch)
1
Access either the one-channel or the eight-channel INSERT/DIRECT OUT popup
window, and then press the INSERT OUT button.
The PORT SELECT popup window will appear, allowing you to select the output port used for
insert-out. The window includes the following items.
2
3
4
2
1
1 Channel select button
Selects the channel to set. The channel icon, color, and number appear on the button.
1 Category select list
2 INSERT OUT button
Selects the category of output port shown in the popup window. The categories correspond to the
following output ports. They vary depending on the channel type.
• OMNI .......................................... OMNI1–OMNI8
• SLOT1 ......................................... SLOT1(1)–SLOT1(16)
• SLOT2 ......................................... SLOT2(1)–SLOT2(16)
• SLOT3 ......................................... SLOT3(1)–SLOT3(16)
• GEQ RACK ................................ GEQ1L(A)–GEQ16R(B) (MIX, MATRIX, STEREO, and
MONO channels only)
• EFFECT RACK.......................... FX1L(A)–FX8R(B)
• PREMIUM RACK..................... PR1L(A)–PR8R(B)
Press this button to open the PORT SELECT popup window, in which you can select an output
port. The name of the currently-selected port appears on the button.
3 INSERT ON/OFF button
Switches the insert on or off. The currently-specified insert point setting appears above the
button.
4 INSERT IN button
Press this button to open the PORT SELECT popup window, in which you can select an input
port. The name of the currently-selected port appears on the button. You can also view the insertin level by checking the indicator located to the right of the port button (that is displayed as an
option).
2 Output port select buttons
These buttons assign the output port that will be used as insert-out for the currently-selected
channel.
NOTE
If a rack in which a GEQ or Premium Rack is mounted is specified as the insert-out or insert-in,
the other patch point will automatically be assigned to the same rack. Also, insert mode will
automatically be switched on. Additionally, if you defeat the insert-out or insert-in of a rack in
which a GEQ or Premium Rack is mounted, the other patch point will automatically be defeated
and at the same time insert mode will automatically be switched off.
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5.
6.
Directly outputting an INPUT channel
Use the category and the output port select buttons to specify the output port that
will be used as insert-out, and press the CLOSE button.
You will return to the INSERT/DIRECT OUT popup window.
The signal of an INPUT channel can be output directly from an OUTPUT jack on the I/O device, from
the desired OMNI OUT jack, or from the output channel of a desired slot.
Press the INSERT IN button.
The PORT SELECT popup window will appear, allowing you to select the input port used for
insert-in. The categories correspond to the following input ports.
• OMNI.......................................... OMNI1–OMNI8
• SLOT1 ......................................... SLOT1(1)–SLOT1(16)
• SLOT2 ......................................... SLOT2(1)–SLOT2(16)
• SLOT3 ......................................... SLOT3(1)–SLOT3(16)
• GEQ RACK ................................ GEQ1L(A)–GEQ16R(B) (Output channels only)
• EFFECT RACK ......................... FX1L(A)–FX8R(B)
• PREMIUM RACK .................... PR1L(A)–PR2R(B)
7.
Specify the input port you will use for insert-in, and press the CLOSE button.
8.
Press the INSERT ON/OFF button to turn it ON.
In this state, insert-out/in is enabled. Adjust the input/output levels of your external device if
necessary.
1.
Connect your external device to an OMNI OUT jack, OUTPUT jack, or to an I/O card
installed in slot 1–3.
NOTE
If you install a digital I/O card in a slot and digitally connect an external device, you must
synchronize the word clock of the CL console and the external device (see page 198).
2.
Use the Bank Select keys in the Centralogic section to access the OVERVIEW screen
that includes the input channel that you want to output directly.
3.
Press the INSERT/DIRECT OUT field to access the INSERT/DIRECT OUT popup
window.
There are two variations of this popup window; one-channel and eight channel. Each window
view includes the following items.
INSERT/DIRECT OUT popup window (1ch)
NOTE
• If you have selected the OMNI IN jack on the CL console
as the input port for insert-in, make the HA settings in the
INSERT IN HA field.
• Even if the INSERT ON/OFF button is OFF, the signal
selected for insert-out will continue to be sent.
9.
If you want to change the insert-out/in position, access the one-channel INSERT/
DIRECT OUT popup button, and press one of the three INSERT fields.
The INSERT field you pressed will be enabled.
10.
When you have finished making all settings, press the “x” symbol located in the
upper right to close the window.
You will return to the OVERVIEW screen.
11.
As desired, make insert settings for other channels as well.
1
4
2
3
5
1 DIRECT OUT field
Enables you to make settings for direct output. Press one of four fields to choose PRE HPF
(immediately before the HPF), PRE EQ (immediately before the EQ) or PRE FADER
(immediately before the fader), or POST ON (immediately after the [ON] key) as the direct
output position.
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4.
2 DIRECT OUT PATCH button
Press this button to open the PORT SELECT popup window, in which you can select a Direct Out
output port. The name of the currently-selected port appears on the button.
3 DIRECT OUT ON button
Access either the one-channel or the eight-channel INSERT/DIRECT OUT popup
window, and press the DIRECT OUT popup button.
The PORT SELECT popup window will appear, allowing you to select the output port used for
direct output. The window includes the following items.
Switches the Direct Out on or off.
4 DIRECT OUT LEVEL knob
Indicates the output level of the Direct Out. Press this knob to control the level using the
multifunction knob.
5 APPLY TO ALL INPUT button (input channels only)
Specifies whether the insert point/Direct Out point settings will be applied to all input channels.
2
1
INSERT/DIRECT OUT popup window (8ch)
1 Category select list
Selects the category of output port shown in the popup window. The categories correspond to the
following output ports. They vary depending on the channel type.
• OMNI/REC ............... OMNI1–OMNI8, REC IN(L), REC IN(R)
• SLOT1 ........................ SLOT1(1)–SLOT1(16)
• SLOT2 ........................ SLOT2(1)–SLOT2(16)
• SLOT3 ........................ SLOT3(1)–SLOT3(16)
• DANTE1–32.............. DANTE1–DANTE32
• DANTE33–64............ DANTE33–DANTE64
1
2
3
2 Output port select buttons
1 DIRECT OUT ON button
These buttons assign the output port used for direct output of the currently-selected INPUT
channel.
Switches the Direct Out on or off. The currently-selected Direct Output point is indicated above
the button.
5.
2 DIRECT OUT PATCH button
Press this button to open the PORT SELECT popup window, in which you can select a Direct Out
output port. The name of the currently-selected port will appear on the button.
Use the output port select tabs and the output port select buttons to specify the
output port that will be used for direct output, and press the CLOSE button.
You will return to the INSERT/DIRECT OUT popup window.
3 DIRECT OUT LEVEL knob
Indicates the output level of the Direct Out. Press this knob to control the level using the
multifunction knob.
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6.
Recording or playing back using DAW on a
computer
Press the DIRECT OUT ON/OFF button to turn it ON.
In this state, direct output is enabled. Adjust the input level of your external device as necessary.
NOTE
If you plan to add DAW software, such as Steinberg Nuendo, to an audio network that includes a CL
console and I/O devices, you must use Dante Virtual Soundcard (DVS) driver software. DVS works as
an audio interface, making it possible to transmit signals between a DAW and an audio network (that
includes a CL series console and I/O devices). In this way, you will be able to make multi-track
recordings of live performances or use live recordings that were made a day earlier for a virtual sound
check.
This section explains how to perform the setup to add DAW software to an audio network.
With the factory settings, all are turned off.
7.
If you want to change the position of the direct output, access the one-channel
INSERT/DIRECT OUT popup button, and press one of the DIRECT OUT fields.
The DIRECT OUT field you pressed will be enabled.
8.
If you want to adjust the level of the direct output, access either the one-channel
or the eight-channel INSERT/DIRECT OUT popup window, and operate the DIRECT
OUT LEVEL knob.
9.
When you have finished making all settings, click the “x” symbol located in the
upper right to close the window.
You will return to the OVERVIEW screen.
10.
As desired, make direct output settings for other channels as well.
Required devices and software
• CL series console; I/O device
• A computer (Windows or Mac) equipped with an Ethernet port that supports a Giga-bit Ethernet
(GbE) network; DAW software
• A GbE-compatible network switch
• CAT5e cable
• Dante Virtual Soundcard driver software
• Dante Controller control software
NOTE
You must have a license ID to use Dante Virtual Soundcard. The license ID is included in the CL
unit package.
The latest information about the Dante Virtual Soundcard and the Dante Controller is available at
the following website:
http://www.yamahaproaudio.com/
Using Nuendo Live
Steinberg’s Nuendo Live DAW software can be used with the CL series console, taking advantage of
functionality that makes them work well together. For details, refer to “Using the CL console with
Nuendo Live” on page 188.
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Word clock settings
Setting up Dante Controller
In a Dante network, the master device supplies accurate word clock to other devices on the network. If
the master device is removed from the network or breaks down, another device will automatically take
over as the clock master.
To make this setting, in the Function Access Area, press the SETUP button, then WORD CLOCK/
SLOT button to access the WORD CLOCK/SLOT popup window.
Connect the network port on the computer to a GbE-compatible network switch. Configure the
computer to obtain an IP address automatically (this is the default setting).
The following settings can be made via Dante Controller.
• For multi-track recording: Patch audio signals from the I/O device to DVS for multi-track recording.
• For virtual sound check: Patch audio signals in such a way that they will be output from the computer
to the Dante audio network, then routed to the channels on the CL console.
Please refer to the Dante Controller manual for more information about operations and settings of the
Dante Controller.
Setting up DAW software
You must make driver settings in your DAW software. In the device setting window, select “Dante
Virtual Soundcard-ASIO” (for Windows PC) or “Dante” (for Mac).
Some DAW software may require internal patching with the driver. For more information, refer to the
DAW software manual.
If you’re using Nuendo Live DAW software, see also “Using the CL console with Nuendo Live” on
page 188.
Audio recording and playback
After you have made the driver settings in your DAW software, you can record and play back audio.
For multi-track recording, set the input ports for tracks in DAW software to the ports that receive audio
signals from the I/O device.
For a virtual sound check, you must route recorded audio signals to the input channels on the CL
console. To do so, to patch the signals so that the signals will be output from the DAW software to
DANTE 1–64 on the CL console. It may be convenient for you later if you store two sets of the DANTE
INPUT PATCH settings in the library: one set for routing audio signals from the I/O device, and
another set for routing audio signals from DAW software. In this way, you will be able to switch between
patch settings without starting Dante Controller. In addition, you will be able to patch a specific channel
(such as a vocal) to the I/O device to monitor during a virtual sound check.
Setting up Dante Virtual Soundcard
Install a Dante Virtual Soundcard (DVS) and the
Dante Controller in a computer that you want to
use for audio recording.
Then, connect the GbE-compatible network port
on the computer to a GbE-compatible network
switch. Configure the computer to obtain an IP
address automatically (this is the default setting).
Before you start DVS, select the desired audio
format (e.g., 48kHz, 24-bit) and Dante latency.
(Select a higher latency value to maintain network
stability during the use of many channels.) For
Advanced settings, select the number of channels
to be used for recording and playback (the default is 8 x 8). Please refer to the Dante Virtual Soundcard
User’s Guide for more information on the ASIO setting (Windows).
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Input channels
STEREO channel
These channels are used to process stereo signals. When the CL series console is in the default state, the
input signal from the EFFECT RACK 1–8 is assigned.
This chapter explains various operations for input channels.
MIX
1 2
Signal flow for input channels
ST IN 1L–8R
INPUT PATCH
MONO channel
These channels are used to process monaural signals. When the CL series console is in the default state,
the input signal from the Dante connector is assigned.
MIX
.
.
1 2 .
2324
M
O
N
O MATRIX
.
.7 8
L R (C) 1 2 .
ST
L R
Digital
GAIN
INPUT PATCH
HPF
INSERT
ATT
4BAND
EQ
PRE EQ POST EQ
PRE HPF
OSCILLATOR
DIRECT OUT 1-72{64,48}
LEVEL
PAN
DYNA1OUT
EQ OUT
DYNA2OUT
METER
METER
METER
GR METER
GR METER
PRE EQ
METER
PRE HPF
METER
72
{64,
48}
ON
PRE HPF / PRE EQ / PRE FADER/POST ON
PRE EQ
INSERT OUT
Keyin
Self PRE EQ
Self POST EQ
MIX21-24 OUT
CH[1-8,9-16,17-24,25-32,33-40,41-48, 49-56, 57-64, 65-72]POST EQ(CL5)
CH[1-8,9-16,17-24,25-32,33-40,41-48, 49-56, 57-64]POST EQ(CL3)
CH[1-8,9-16,17-24,25-32,33-40,41-48]POST EQ(CL1)
GATE
COMP
DUCK
COMPAND
EXPAND
DE-ESSER
COMP
KEYIN CUE
Keyin Filter
To MIX
PRE FADER
METER
INSERT
DELAY
Max
1000ms
To MIX
To MIX
POST ON
POST PAN L
POST PAN R
PRE EQ / PRE FADER / POST ON
VARI
To MIX
VARI
STEREO
To MATRIX
PRE EQ / PRE FADER / POST ON
PRE EQ / PRE FADER / POST ON
VARI
To MATRIX
(PRE FADER)PFL / (POST ON)AFL / POST PAN L
VARI
STEREO
ON
(PRE FADER)PFL / (POST ON)AFL / POST PAN R
ON
ON
PRE EQ / PRE FADER / POST ON
LR MONO
POST PAN L
POST PAN R
TO MONO TO ST
LCR
INSERT
To OUTPUT PATCH
PAN MODE
ST R
POST ON
POST ON
INSERT OUT
ON
MIX1,3...23
ON
ON
MIX2,4...24
ON
ON
ON
ON
LEVEL
ON
ON
LEVEL
ON
ON
LEVEL
PAN
OSCILLATOR
All parameters for L and R are
linked to each other (except for
Ø (phase), Digital GAIN, Delay,
and PAN).
Keyin
Self PRE EQ
Self POST EQ
MIX21-24 OUT
ST IN 1L-4R POST EQ
PRE FADER
POST ON
METER
ON
LR MONO
LCR
PAN MODE
ST L
MONO(C)
TO LCR
ST R
CSR
POST ON
PAN LINK
MIX1,3...23
To MIX
To MATRIX
LEVEL/
DCA1-16
DELAY
Max
1000ms
SAME as INPUT1-72{64,48}
SAME as INPUT1-72{64,48}
MIX2,4...24
MATRIX1,3...7
MATRIX2,4...8
(PRE FADER)PFL / (POST ON)AFL / POST PAN L
ON
CUE L
(PRE FADER)PFL / (POST ON)AFL / POST PAN R
ON
CUE R
• 4 BAND EQ (4 band equalizer)
A parametric EQ with four bands: HIGH, HIGH MID, LOW MID, and LOW.
ON
ON
PRE EQ POST EQ
PRE FADER
METER
• HPF (High Pass Filter)
This is a high pass filter that cuts the region below the specified frequency.
PAN LINK
ON
PRE HPF
ATT
GATE
COMP
DUCK
COMPAND
EXPAND
DE-ESSER
COMP
KEYIN CUE
Keyin Filter
• DIGITAL GAIN
Attenuates/boosts the level of the input signal.
ST L
MONO(C)
TO LCR
CSR
PRE FADER
PRE FADER
INSERT OUT
FIXED
FIXED
STEREO
POST ON
METER
LEVEL/
DCA1-16
HPF
4BAND
EQ
L R
• Ø (phase)
Switches the phase of the input signal.
INSERT POINT
POST ON INSERT OUT
PRE FADER INSERT OUT
PRE EQ
INSERT OUT
16
Digital
GAIN
POST PAN L
POST PAN R
TO MONO TO ST
CUE
• INPUT PATCH
Assigns input signals to the input channels.
CUE
CH 1-72{64,48}
To RACKIN PATCH
To OUTPUT PATCH
DYNA1OUT
EQ OUT
DYNA2OUT
METER
METER
METER
GR METER
GR METER
PRE EQ
METER
PRE HPF
METER
The input channels comprise the section that processes signals received from the I/O devices, rear panel
input jacks, or slots 1–3, and sends them to the STEREO bus, MONO bus, MIX buses, or MATRIX
buses. There are two types of input channels, as follows.
CH INSERT OUT
1-72{64,48}
CH INSERT IN
1-72{64,48}
PAN/BAL
M
O
N
O MATRIX
L R (C) 1 2 7 8
ST
2324
ON
ON
LEVEL
MATRIX1,3...7
ON
ON
LEVEL
MATRIX2,4...8
ON
ON
LEVEL
PAN
• DYNAMICS 1
This is a dynamics processor that can be used for gating, ducking, expander, or compressor.
• DYNAMICS 2
This is a dynamics processor that can be used as a compressor, compander, or de-esser.
CUE L
CUE R
• INPUT DELAY
Corrects input signal delay. You can specify up to 1000ms.
• LEVEL/DCA 1–16
Adjusts the input level of the channel.
• ON (on/off)
Turns the input channel on or off. If this is off, the corresponding channel will be muted.
• PAN
Adjusts the panning of signals sent from the input channel to the STEREO bus. For the STEREO
channel, you can switch between PAN and BALANCE. The BALANCE parameter adjusts the
volume balance of the left/right signals sent from the STEREO channel to the STEREO bus. You
can turn on PAN LINK in the BUS SETUP popup window so that the setting of the PAN
parameter will also be applied to signals sent to two MIX or MATRIX buses that are set to stereo.
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• LCR (Left/Center/Right)
Sends the input channel signal to the STEREO bus/MONO bus as a three-channel signal that
consists of the L/R channel plus the center channel.
Specifying the channel name, icon and channel
color
• MIX ON/OFF (MIX send on/off)
This is an on/off switch for signals sent from the input channel to MIX buses 1–24.
On the CL series unit, you can specify the on-screen name and icon for each input channel. This section
explains how to specify the channel name, icon and channel color.
• MATRIX LEVEL 1–24 (MATRIX send levels 1–24)
Adjusts the send level of signals sent from the input channel to VARI type MIX buses 1–24. As the
position from which the signal is sent to the MIX bus, you can choose from the following:
immediately before EQ, pre-fader, or post-fader.
1.
Access the OVERVIEW screen that includes the input channel for which you want
to specify the channel name, icon and channel color.
Channel number/Channel name field
• MATRIX ON/OFF (MATRIX send on/off)
This is an on/off switch for signals sent from the input channel to MATRIX buses 1–8.
• MATRIX LEVEL 1–8 (MATRIX send levels 1–8)
Adjusts the send level of the signal sent from the input channel to MATRIX buses 1–8. As the
position from which the signal is sent to the MATRIX bus, you can choose from the following:
immediately before the EQ, pre-fader, or post-fader.
• INSERT (MONO channels only)
You can patch the desired output/input ports to insert an external device such as an effect
processor. For the position of the insert-out/insert-in point, you can choose immediately before
the EQ, immediately before the fader, or immediately after the [ON] key.
• DIRECT OUT (MONO channels only)
You can patch this to any output port to send out the input signal directly from the corresponding
output port. For the position of the direct output, you can choose immediately before the HPF,
immediately before the EQ, immediately before the fader, or immediately after the [ON] key.
• METER
Meters the input channel level. You can switch the position at which the level is detected
(see page 112).
2.
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Access the PATCH/NAME popup window by pressing the channel number/channel
name field of the channel to which you want to assign the channel name, icon and
channel color.
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3.
This popup window contains the following items:
2
3
Press the desired channel icon button.
The lower part of the popup window will change as follows.
1
1
2
3
4
1 Channel color select buttons
1 PATCH button
Select a channel color. Pressing the button will immediately apply the change.
Indicates the currently-patched port. Press this button to enable the PATCH tab at the bottom of
the screen. The PORT SELECT popup window will appear, enabling you to select the network and
port.
2 Icon select buttons
Select a channel icon. Pressing the button will immediately apply the change.
2 Channel icon button
3 Sample name setup buttons
Indicates the icon and color that are currently selected for the corresponding channel. Press this
button to enable the ICON tab at the bottom of the screen. The CH COLOR/ICON popup
window will appear, enabling you to select the color, icon, and channel name.
Select a preset sample name. You can edit the name on the NAME tab later.
4.
Use the icon select buttons to select the icon you want to use for the channel. You
can use the channel color select buttons to select the color of the channel.
The selected icon or color will appear on the icon button in the upper part of the window.
5.
To edit the channel name based on a sample name, use the sample name setup
buttons to select a sample name.
The sample name you selected will be entered in the channel name field in the upper part of the
window.
To enter the channel name directly, proceed to Step 6.
3 Channel name edit box
Indicates the currently-specified channel. Press the inside of this box to enable the NAME tab at
the bottom of the screen. The SOFT KEYBOARD popup window will appear, enabling you to edit
the channel name.
4 Tabs
Use these tabs to switch between items.
NOTE
You can also add or edit characters in the channel name field after you have entered the sample
name. If you want to quickly assign channel names that consist of a common name plus a
consecutive number, such as “Vocal 1” or “Vocal 2,” enter a sample name first, and then add a
number.
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6.
Making HA (Head Amp) settings
If you want to enter a channel name directly (or edit a sample name that has been
entered), press the channel name field in the upper part of the window.
The keyboard window will appear in the lower part of the screen, allowing you to enter or edit the
characters.
This section explains how to make HA (Head Amp) related settings (phantom power on/off, gain,
phase) for each input channel.
Setting the analog gain
1.
To adjust only the HA analog gain, use the GAIN knob in the SELECTED CHANNEL
section.
2.
To edit detailed parameter settings such as phantom power on/off or phase, use
the Bank Select keys in the Centralogic section to access the OVERVIEW screen that
includes the input channel for which you want to adjust the head amp.
GAIN/PATCH field
7.
Use the [SEL] keys to switch input channels, and specify the icon or channel name
for other channels in the same way.
When the PATCH/NAME popup window is displayed, you can use the [SEL] keys to switch the
channel to be controlled.
8.
When you finish your data input, press the × symbol in the upper right of the
window.
NOTE
Press the TAB button to switch to the next channel. You can also press the ENTER button to close
the popup window in the same way as using the “x” symbol.
3.
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Press the GAIN/PATCH field of the channel for which you want to adjust the head
amp. The GAIN/PATCH popup window will appear.
This popup window features four types of view. Use the tabs near the bottom of the window to
select one of these four views. Each window view includes the following items.
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GAIN/PATCH popup window (1ch)
1
• Gain compensation meter
Indicates the level of the signal output to the audio network after gain compensation.
8
3 INPUT PORT button
Indicates the port that is assigned to the channel. Press the button to display the PATCH popup
window, in which you can select a port to patch.
4 Icon/Channel name button
Indicates the channel number, icon, and name. Press this button to access the PATCH/NAME
popup window, in which you can patch the input port and specify the channel name.
5 Ø (Phase) button
Switches between normal and reverse phase settings of signals input.
2
3
4
5 6
6 D. GAIN (digital gain) knob
7
Indicates the digital gain value. Use the multifunction knob to adjust the level.
7 Digital gain meter
1 Channel icon/Channel number/Channel name indicator
Indicates the level after digital gain.
Displays the channel icon, channel number, and channel name.
8 GC ALL ON button/GC ALL OFF button
2 HA section
Switch Gain Compensation on or off for all input channels simultaneously.
Appears if the head amp is patched to the input channel. This section enables you to operate the
following HA-related controllers:
• +48V button
Switches head amp phantom power (+48V) on or off.
• A.GAIN (analog gain) knob
Indicates the analog gain of the head amp. Use the multifunction knob to adjust the level. If the
Gain Compensation function is turned on, an indicator will appear, showing the position of the
analog gain when the function is turned on.
• HA meter
Displays the level of the HA input signal.
NOTE
• If a slot is patched to the channel, this section 2 will display the type of the slot/MY card and slot
meter instead.
• If a rack is patched to the channel, this section 2 will display the rack type and the effect type.
• If nothing is patched, section 2 will be blank.
• GC (Gain Compensation) ON/OFF button
Turns the Gain Compensation (gain correction function) on or off. If the Gain Compensation
function is turned on, the level of the signal output from the I/O device to the audio network will
be stabilized. For example, if the FOH console and the monitoring console are sharing the input
signal from the I/O device, and if the analog gain is adjusted on the FOH console, this function
will prevent the level of the signal received on the monitoring console from fluctuating. If the Gain
Compensation function is turned off, the analog gain and digital gain will return to the level that
was obtained when you turned on the function. Therefore, the level on the digital network will
remain the same.
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6 GC (Gain Compensation) button
GAIN/PATCH popup window (8ch)
Switches the Gain Compensation function on or off for that channel.
7 Ø (Phase) button
Switches the phase of the input signal.
1
8 D. GAIN (digital gain) knob
Indicates the digital gain value. Press this knob so that you will be able to use the multifunction
knob to adjust the gain.
2
3
9 Digital gain meter
Indicates the level after digital gain.
4
5
6
GAIN/PATCH popup window
(1-48, 49-72/ST IN(CL5), 49-64/ST IN(CL3), ST IN(CL1))
7
This window displays the head amp settings of the corresponding input channels. Here you can also
adjust the head amp gain in groups of the selected eight channels by using the multifunction knobs in
the Centralogic section.
8
2
9
1
2
1
3
1 Channel select button
Indicates the channel icon, number, and name. When you press this button, the corresponding
channel will become a target for operations in the SELECTED CHANNEL section, and the
corresponding [SEL] key will light.
2 PATCH button
Press this button to display the PORT SELECT popup window to patch the input port to the input
channel.
3 +48V button
This button will appear for the input channel to which the head amp has been patched. Press the
button to switch phantom power (+48V) on or off.
1 Parameter select buttons
NOTE
If the slot (for which the connection to the head amp is not recognized) is patched, the type of the
mini-YGDAI card will be displayed.
Select one of the following parameters to view in the window.
• ANALOG GAIN........................ Analog gain
• DIGITAL GAIN ........................ Digital gain
• PATCH ........................................ Patch selection
4 A.GAIN (analog gain) knob
Indicates the analog gain of the head amp. Press this knob so that you will be
able to use the multifunction knob to adjust the gain.
If the Gain Compensation function is turned on, an indicator will appear,
showing the position of the analog gain when the function is turned on.
2 GC ALL ON/GC ALL OFF buttons
Switch Gain Compensation on or off for all input channels simultaneously.
3 Channel select button
5 Level meter
Selects the channel. You can select multiple channels simultaneously.
Indicates the input signal level.
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■ If you press the PATCH parameter select button:
■ If you press the ANALOG GAIN parameter select button:
2
3
4
1
1
1 PATCH button
1 GAIN knob
Press this button to open the PORT SELECT popup window, in which you can select an input port
to patch to the channel.
Indicates the analog gain setting for each channel. Press this knob to control the gain value using
the multifunction knob. If the Gain Compensation function is turned on, an indicator will appear,
showing the position of the analog gain when the function is turned on.
2 OVER indicator
Lights when a signal at the input port or from the rack output exceeds the full scale level. This
indicator is available only if an input channel is selected.
4.
Access either the 1ch or 8ch GAIN/PATCH popup window.
5.
Use the on-screen buttons or the multifunction knobs to edit the head amp gain,
phase, and phantom power on/off settings.
NOTE
3 +48V indicator
• The PAD will be switched on or off internally when the HA gain is adjusted between +17 dB and
+18 dB.
• Keep in mind that noise may be generated when using phantom power if there is a difference
between the Hot and Cold output impedance of an external device connected to the INPUT jack.
• The GAIN knob and +48V button are valid only on channels for which the assigned input port is
an INPUT jack on the I/O device, the OMNI IN on the CL unit, or a slot that is connected to an
external head amp device (e.g., Yamaha AD8HR or SB168-ES).
Indicates the +48V on/off status for each channel.
4 Ø (Phase) indicator
Indicates the phase setting for each channel.
NOTE
If the input channel is patched to a slot for which the connection to the head amp is not
recognized, the knob 1 will be replaced with the slot/port number of the patch destination. In
addition, the indicator 3 will not be displayed.
If the input channel is patched to the VIRTUAL RACK, the knob 1 will be replaced with the port
ID of the rack.
If nothing is patched to the input channel, the knob 1 will be replaced with a dotted line “----”.
6.
Perform the same operations for other input channels as desired.
If you are viewing the 1ch GAIN/PATCH popup window, you can also use the [SEL] keys to
switch the channel for editing.
If you are viewing the 8ch GAIN/PATCH popup window, you can use the Bank Select keys in the
Centralogic section to switch the channels being controlled in groups of eight.
7.
When you finish editing, press the × symbol in the upper right of the window.
■ If you press the DIGITAL GAIN parameter select button:
2
1
3
1 GAIN knob
Indicates the digital gain setting for each channel. Press this knob to control the gain value using
the multifunction knob.
2 OVER indicator
Lights when a signal at the input port or from the rack output exceeds the full scale level. This
indicator is available only if an input channel is selected.
3 Ø (Phase) indicator
Indicates the phase setting for each channel.
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Setting the Gain Compensation function
Adjusting the digital gain
If you are using an I/O device (such as an Rio3224-D) on a Dante network, you can maintain the
constant level of signal output to the audio network by using the Gain Compensation function. If the
FOH console and the monitoring console are sharing an I/O device, or if you are performing digital
recording via Dante connections, using this function will maintain the signal output at a constant level
from the I/O device to the network even if the analog gain value on the I/O device is changed.
If the Gain Compensation function is turned on, digital gain will be used to adjust the level of the signal
input to the CL’s input channels.
Follow the steps below:
To do so, follow the steps below:
1.
Sets the analog gain as described previously.
2.
Press one of the knobs in the SELECTED CHANNEL section.
The SELECTED CHANNEL VIEW screen for the selected channel will appear.
3.
Press the GAIN field in the SELECTED CHANNEL VIEW screen.
The GAIN/PATCH popup window will appear.
4.
Press the GC button located to the right of the A. GAIN knob.
1.
Press the [SEL] key for the input channel that you want to control.
2.
Press one of the knobs in the SELECTED CHANNEL section.
The SELECTED CHANNEL VIEW screen for the selected channel will appear.
3.
Press the GAIN field.
The GAIN/PATCH popup window will appear.
4.
Use multifunction knob 8 to adjust the D. GAIN parameter.
NOTE
• Press the SETUP button, then the USER SETUP button, select the PREFERENCE tab, and then
set the GAIN KNOB FUNCTION to DIGITAL GAIN. You will be able to adjust the digital gain value
by using the GAIN knob on the corresponding channel strip or the GAIN knob in the SELECTED
CHANNEL section.
• You can also operate the digital gain by assigning INPUT GAIN → DIGITAL GAIN to a USER
DEFINED knob, or by assigning an ALTERNATE function to a USER DEFINED key.
When the function is turned on, the button will light. Press the button once again to turn it off.
If you adjust the analog gain value while the Gain Compensation function is turned on, the head
amp level will change accordingly. However, the level of the signal output to the audio network
will automatically be corrected to the level obtained when you turned Gain Compensation on. If
you turn Gain Compensation off while in this state, the analog gain and the compensated gain
within the I/O device will return to the settings that were in effect when you turned Gain
Compensation on. Therefore, the signal level on the audio network will remain the same.
NOTE
Since the compensated gain is the gain used to automatically compensate the gain within the I/
O device, it is not shown as a parameter. The position at the moment this was turned on will be
displayed.
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Relationship between analog and digital gain while Gain
Compensation is on
Sending a signal from an input channel to the
STEREO/MONO buses
If Gain Compensation is on, adjusting the analog gain by a specific amount will cause the I/O device to
output to the audio network a signal that is attenuated by the same amount. Therefore, the signals on
the audio network will maintain a constant corrected level in the digital domain.
For example, assume that the analog gain value has been set to +30 dB and Gain Compensation is now
turned on. Under this condition, if you raise the analog gain value to +45 dB, the level of the signal sent
to the audio network will stay at +30 dB (that is, attenuated by –15 dB).
This section explains how to send a signal from an input channel to the STEREO bus or MONO bus.
The STEREO bus and MONO bus are used mainly to send signals to the main speakers. There are two
ways to send signals to the STEREO bus or MONO bus: ST/MONO mode and LCR mode. You can
select the mode individually for each channel. These two modes differ as follows.
■ ST/MONO mode
This mode sends signals from the input channel to the STEREO bus and to the MONO bus
independently.
• Signals sent from an input channel to the STEREO bus and to the MONO bus can be switched on or
off individually.
• The panning of a signal sent from an input channel to the STEREO bus L/R is controlled by the TO
ST PAN knob. (Signals sent to the MONO bus are not affected by this knob.)
• The left/right volume balance of a signal sent from an ST IN channel to the STEREO bus is controlled
by this knob. (Signals sent to the MONO bus are not affected by this knob.)
If PAN/BALANCE mode is set to PAN, you will be able to adjust the pan position of signals sent to
the STEREO bus L/R individually (see page 37).
At this time, the gain of each signal input to the CL series unit will be adjusted by the digital gain
parameter of the CL series console. If the FOH console and the monitoring console are sharing one I/
O device, adjusting the analog gain on the FOH console will not affect the input level on the monitoring
console, because the level of the signal on the audio network is maintained at a constant level.
However, please note that if the signal is distorted due to a high level of analog gain, you must first turn
the Gain Compensation function off, set the gain to an appropriate input level, and then turn the
function back on. If you try to lower the analog gain level while the Gain Compensation function is on,
the signal on the audio network will be amplified by the same amount due to the Gain Compensation
function, and the signal will remain distorted.
■ LCR mode
This mode sends input channel signals to three buses (STEREO (L/R) and MONO (C)) simultaneously.
• Signals sent from an input channel to the STEREO bus and MONO bus will be switched on or off
collectively.
• The CSR (Center Side Ratio) knob specifies the level ratio between signals sent from an input
channel to the STEREO (L/R) bus and to the MONO (C) bus.
• The TO ST PAN knob/BALANCE knob specifies the level of signals sent from an input channel to
the STEREO (L/R) bus and MONO (C) bus.
NOTE
You can perform this operation rapidly if you’ve assigned Gain Compensation on/off for the SET
BY SEL function to one of the USER DEFINED keys.
NOTE
If you want to monitor the signal of the STEREO bus or MONO bus through headphones or
similar devices, press the MONITOR button in the Function Access Area to select “LCR” as the
monitor source before you continue with the following procedure.
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1.
2.
TO STEREO/MONO popup window (8ch)
Make sure that an input source is connected to the input channel you are adjusting.
Set the phantom power, gain, and phase of the head amp to obtain the optimum
input signal.
Here you can control the on/off and pan/balance settings of signals sent from input channels to the
STEREO (L/R) bus and MONO (C) bus, in groups of eight channels.
Use the Bank Select keys in the Centralogic section to access the OVERVIEW screen
that includes the input channel from which you want to send the signal to the
STEREO/MONO bus.
1
2
3
4
5
6
1 Channel select button
Selects the channel. You can select multiple channels simultaneously.
2 Mode LEDs
3 MODE (ST/MONO/LCR mode select) button
Press this button repeatedly to toggle between ST/MONO and LCR. The LED of the currentlyselected mode will light.
4 ST/MONO buttons
STEREO/MONO field
3.
These buttons are individual on/off switches for signals sent from each channel to the STEREO
bus/MONO bus when the MONO button is set to ST/MONO mode.
In the STEREO/MONO field, press a knob to select the channel you want to adjust,
and then press the knob once again to access the TO STEREO/MONO popup
window.
5 Σ clipping indicator
Lights to indicate a signal is clipping at some point in the channel.
6 TO ST PAN/TO ST BALANCE knob
In the TO STEREO/MONO popup window you can control signals that is sent from an input channel
to the STEREO/MONO bus. This popup window features four views. Use the tabs near the bottom of
the window to select one of the four views. Each window view includes the following items.
For MONO channels, this acts as a PAN knob that adjusts the left/right panning of signals sent to
the STEREO bus. For STEREO channels, this acts as a PAN knob, and also as a BALANCE knob
that adjusts the volume of the left and right signals sent to the STEREO bus. To adjust the value,
press the knob to select it, and then operate the corresponding multifunction knob.
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TO STEREO/MONO popup window
(CH1-48, CH49-72/ST IN(CL5), CH49-64/ST IN(CL3), ST IN(CL1))
Adjusts the status of a signal sent from the corresponding input channel to the STEREO/MONO bus.
You can also adjust the pan or balance setting in groups of eight selected channels.
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1
2
3
4
7 PAN/BALANCE MODE button
Switches the knob function of the TO ST PAN/TO ST BALANCE knob on the STEREO channel.
If the ST/MONO/LCR mode select button is set to LCR mode, the following button and knob are
displayed instead of the ST/MONO button 4.
8
9
8 LCR button
This button is an overall on/off button for signals sent from a channel to the STEREO bus and
MONO bus. If this button is off, no signal will be sent from the corresponding input channel to
the STEREO bus or MONO bus.
1 Channel select button
9 CSR knob
Selects the channel. You can select multiple channels simultaneously.
Adjusts the relative level of signals sent from the channel to the STEREO (L/R) bus and to the
MONO (C) bus, in the range of 0–100%. To adjust the value, press the knob to select it, and then
operate the corresponding multifunction knob. (see page 38)
2 Σ clipping indicator
Lights to indicate a signal is clipping at some point in the channel.
3 TO ST PAN/TO ST BALANCE knob
Adjusts the panning or balance.
To adjust the value, press the knob to select it, and then operate the corresponding multifunction
knob.
If the signal reaches the overload point at any meter detection point in that channel, the indicator
to the right of the knob will light.
4 ST/MONO indicators
If a channel is set to ST/MONO mode, these indicators will individually indicate the on/off status
of signals sent from the channel to the STEREO bus/MONO bus.
If a channel is set to LCR mode, the LCR indicator will be displayed in this location. The LCR
indicator indicates the on/off status of all signals sent from that channel to the STEREO bus/
MONO bus.
4.
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Use the MODE button to select either ST/MONO mode or LCR mode for each
channel.
6.
In the MASTER section on the top panel, make sure that the [ON] key for the
STEREO channel/MONO channel is turned on, and then raise the fader to an
appropriate level.
7.
In the INPUT section on the top panel, make sure that the [ON] key is turned on
for the input channel you want to control, and then raise the fader to an
appropriate position.
10.
In the TO STEREO/MONO popup window, use the TO ST PAN knob to set the
panning of signals sent from the input channel to the STEREO bus and MONO (C)
bus.
If the CSR knob is set to 0%, operating the TO ST PAN knob of an INPUT channel will change
the level of signals sent to the STEREO (L/R) bus and MONO (C) bus, as shown in the following
diagram. In this case, the TO ST PAN knob operates as a conventional PAN knob, and no signal
is sent to the MONO (C) bus.
Signal level
5.
The subsequent steps will differ depending on whether ST/MONO mode or LCR mode was selected
for the channel in step 5.
Signal sent to the STEREO (L) bus
Signal sent to the STEREO (R) bus
■ Channels for which ST/MONO mode is selected
8.
9.
In the TO STEREO/MONO popup window, use the STEREO/MONO button to
individually turn on/off the signal sent from the input channel to the STEREO bus/
MONO bus.
For a channel that is set to ST/MONO mode, signals sent to the STEREO bus and to the MONO
bus can be switched on or off individually.
L
C
TO ST PAN knob
R
Operating the TO ST BALANCE knob of a STEREO channel will change the level of signals sent
from the STEREO L/R channels to the STEREO (L/R) bus and MONO (C) bus, as shown in the
following diagram. In this case, the TO ST PAN knob operates as a conventional BALANCE knob,
and no signal is sent to the MONO (C) bus.
In the TO STEREO/MONO popup window, use the TO ST PAN knob to set the
panning of a signal sent from the input channel to the STEREO bus.
In the TO STEREO/MONO popup window, use the LCR button to turn signals sent
from the input channel to the STEREO bus/MONO bus on or off collectively.
For a channel that is set to LCR mode, signals sent to the STEREO bus and to the MONO bus are
switched on or off collectively.
9.
In the TO STEREO/MONO popup window, use the CSR knob to adjust the level
difference between signals sent from that channel to the STEREO (L/R) bus and to
the MONO (C) bus.
Signal sent from the STEREO (L) channel to
the STEREO (L) bus
L
C
TO ST BALANCE knob
R
Signal level
8.
Signal level
■ Channels for which LCR mode is selected
Signal sent from the STEREO (R) channel to
the STEREO (R) bus
L
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TO ST BALANCE knob
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Sending a signal from an input channel to a MIX/
MATRIX bus
If the CSR knob is set to 100%, operating the INPUT TO ST PAN knob will change the level of
signals sent to the STEREO (L/R) bus and MONO (C) bus, as shown in the following diagram.
This section explains how to send a signal from an input channel to MIX buses 1–24 and MATRIX
buses 1–8.
The MIX buses are used mainly for the purpose of sending signals to foldback speakers on stage, or to
effect processors. The MATRIX buses are used to produce a mix that is independent of the STEREO
bus or MIX buses, and is typically sent to a master recorder or to a backstage monitoring system.
You can send a signal from an input channel to a MIX/MATRIX bus in the following three ways.
Signal level
Signal sent to the MONO (C) bus
Signal sent to the STEREO (L) bus
Signal sent to the STEREO (R) bus
L
C
PAN knob
■ Using the SELECTED CHANNEL section
With this method, you use the knobs in the SELECTED CHANNEL section to adjust the send levels to
the MIX/MATRIX buses. When using this method, signals sent from a specific input channel to all
MIX/MATRIX buses can be adjusted collectively.
R
Operating the TO ST BALANCE knob of an ST IN channel will change the level of signals sent
from the STEREO L/R channels to the STEREO (L/R) bus and MONO (C) bus, as shown in the
following diagram.
■ Using the Centralogic section
With this method, you use the multifunction knobs in the Centralogic section to adjust the level of
signals sent to the MIX/MATRIX buses. When using this method, the signals sent from eight
consecutive input channels to a specific MIX/MATRIX bus can be adjusted simultaneously.
Signal level
Signal sent from the ST IN (L) channel to
the MONO (C) bus
■ Using the faders (SENDS ON FADER mode)
With this method, you switch the CL series unit to SENDS ON FADER mode, and use the faders on the
top panel to adjust the level of signals sent to the MIX/MATRIX buses. When using this method, signals
sent from all input channels to a specific MIX/MATRIX bus can be adjusted simultaneously.
Signal sent from the ST IN (L) channel to
the STEREO (L) bus
L
Using the SELECTED CHANNEL section
C
R
TO ST BALANCE knob
This section explains how to use the knobs in the SELECTED CHANNEL section to adjust the send
levels of signals sent from a specific input channel to all MIX/MATRIX buses.
1.
Make sure that an output port is assigned to each MIX/MATRIX bus to which you
want to send signals, and that your monitor system, external effect processor, or
other device is connected to the corresponding output port.
2.
Use the [SEL] keys on the top panel to select the input channels that will send
signals to the MIX/MATRIX buses.
Signal level
Signal sent from the ST IN (R) channel to
the MONO (C) bus
Signal sent from the ST IN (R) channel to
the STEREO (R) bus
L
C
R
TO ST BALANCE knob
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3.
Press a knob in the SELECTED CHANNEL section to access the SELECTED CHANNEL
VIEW screen.
If necessary, you can specify two adjacent odd/even-numbered MIX/MATRIX buses as a stereo
bus and link the main parameters.
If the send-destination MIX/MATRIX bus is assigned as stereo, the left knob of the two adjacent
TO MIX/MATRIX SEND LEVEL knobs will operate as the TO MIX/MATRIX PAN knob. (If
BALANCE mode is selected in the TO STEREO/MONO popup window, it will operate as a
BALANCE knob).
4.
For a MONO channel, the right knob will adjust the common send level to the two MIX/MATRIX
buses, and the left knob will adjust the panning between the two MIX/MATRIX buses. Rotating
the left TO MIX/MATRIX SEND PAN knob counter-clockwise will increase the amount of signal
sent to the odd-numbered MIX/MATRIX bus, and rotating it clockwise will increase the amount
sent to the even-numbered MIX/MATRIX bus.
For a STEREO channel, if BALANCE mode has been selected on the TO STEREO/MONO popup
window (8ch), the right knob adjusts the common send level for the two MIX/MATRIX buses,
and the left knob adjusts the volume balance of the left and right signals sent to the two MIX/
MATRIX buses. Rotating the left TO MIX/MATRIX SEND BAL knob counter-clockwise will
increase the amount of signal sent from the L-channel to the odd-numbered MIX/MATRIX bus,
and rotating it clockwise will increase the amount sent from the R-channel to the even-numbered
MIX/MATRIX bus. If PAN mode has been selected in the TO STEREO/MONO popup window
(8ch), the left knob will function as the PAN knob. The right knob will function as send level, just
as in BALANCE mode.
In the TO MIX/MATRIX field on screen, make sure that the MIX1–16 button or
MIX17–24/MATRIX button is turned on.
The TO MIX/TO MATRIX field displays the corresponding knobs and buttons. If this button is
off, press the button to turn it on.
MIX buses can be either a FIXED type that features a fixed send level, or a VARI type that features
a variable send level. The MATRIX buses are all VARI type. You can switch between FIXED and
VARI types for each two adjacent odd/even-numbered MIX buses. To do so, press the SETUP
button, the USER SETUP button, and then the BUS SETUP button to open the BUS SETUP
popup window.
If the send-destination MIX bus is a FIXED type, a circle ( ) is displayed instead of the TO MIX
SEND LEVEL knob. In this case, you cannot adjust the send level.
5.
Make sure that the TO MIX/MATRIX SEND ON/OFF button is turned on for the
send-destination MIX bus.
If this button is off, press the button on screen to turn it on.
6.
In the SELECTED CHANNEL section, use the MIX/MATRIX SEND LEVEL knobs to
adjust the send levels to the MIX/MATRIX buses.
NOTE
If you want to monitor the signal being sent to a specific MIX/MATRIX bus, use the Bank Select
keys in the Centralogic section to access the corresponding MIX/MATRIX channel, and then
press the appropriate [CUE] key in the Centralogic section.
If the send-destination MIX bus is a VARI type, or if the send-destination is a MATRIX bus, the
TO MIX SEND LEVEL knob will be displayed in the same color as the corresponding knob in the
SELECTED CHANNEL section. In this case, you can use the corresponding knob in the
SELECTED CHANNEL section to adjust the send level.
7.
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You can use the [SEL] keys on the top panel to switch input channels and control
the send level to all MIX/MATRIX buses in the same way.
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4.
Using the Centralogic section
You can use the multifunction knobs in the Centralogic section to adjust the send level of signals sent
from eight consecutive input channels to a specific MIX/MATRIX bus.
1.
2.
Make sure that an output port is assigned to each MIX/MATRIX bus to which you
want to send signals, and that your monitor system, external effect, or other device
is connected to the corresponding output port.
Use multifunction knobs 1–8 to adjust the send level of signals sent from the (up
to) eight input channels to the selected MIX/MATRIX bus.
If necessary, you can use the Bank Select keys to switch the input channels that you want to assign
to the Centralogic section, and adjust the send levels from other input channels to the selected
MIX/MATRIX bus.
NOTE
If you want to monitor a signal being sent to a specific MIX/MATRIX bus, use the Bank Select
keys to assign the corresponding MIX channel to the Centralogic section, and then press the
[CUE] key for that MIX/MATRIX channel.
Use the Bank Select keys in the Centralogic section to access the OVERVIEW screen
that includes the input channel that you want to control.
In the OVERVIEW screen, you can use the TO MIX/TO MATRIX field to adjust the send levels
to the MIX/MATRIX bus.
5.
If you want to make detailed settings for MIX/MATRIX sends, press the TO MIX/
MATRIX SEND LEVEL knob inside the bold frame once again.
When you press the currently-selected TO MIX/MATRIX SEND LEVEL knob a second time, the
MIX SEND popup window or the MATRIX SEND popup window will appear. This window
includes the following items.
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6
7
8
9
5
6
7
8
9
0
0
3
1 ALL PRE button
Sets the send point to “PRE.” (The send point is the point at which signals are sent from all sendsource channels — including the input and output channels — to the selected send destination.)
At this time, the PRE/POST button will light.
2 ALL POST button
3.
Sets the send point to “POST.” (The send point is the point at which signals are sent from all sendsource channels — including the input and output channels — to the selected send destination.)
At this time, the PRE/POST button will turn off.
Press the TO MIX/MATRIX SEND LEVEL knob for the desired send-destination MIX/
MATRIX bus.
A bold frame will appear around all TO MIX/MATRIX SEND LEVEL knobs for that MIX/
MATRIX bus.
3 SEND FROM MODE button
Press this button to switch to the “SEND from 8ch” popup window.
4 Send destination indicator
Indicates the currently-selected send destination.
5 Send destination select buttons
Select MIX/MATRIX buses as the send destination.
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6 Channel select button
The knob for the mode selected here will appear.
Selects the send-source channel that you wish to control. The current channel icon, number, and
color appear on the button, and the channel name appears immediately below the button.
7 PRE/POST button
Switches the send point of each send-source channel between PRE and POST. If the button is on,
the send point is set to PRE.
8 SEND ON/OFF button
Switches the send of each send-source channel on or off.
9 SEND PAN/BALANCE knob
Sets the panning or balance of signals sent to the stereo send destination. If the send destination
is set to monaural or FIXED, this knob will not appear.
If the send source is monaural, this knob functions as a PAN knob.
0 SEND LEVEL knob
Indicates the level of signals sent to the selected send destination. Press this knob to control the
level using the multifunction knobs.
If the send destination is set to FIXED, only a gray circle will appear.
If the send source is stereo, you can use the PAN/BALANCE mode
setting in the TO STEREO/MONO popup window to select whether
PAN/BALANCE will function as a PAN or BALANCE knob.
6.
Use the TO MIX/MATRIX SEND ON/OFF buttons to switch signals sent from the
input channels to the currently-selected MIX/MATRIX bus on or off.
7.
If necessary, use the PRE buttons to select the send point of a signal that is sent
from each input channel to a VARI type MIX/MATRIX bus.
NOTE
• If the PRE button is on, you can also select PRE EQ (immediately before the EQ) or PRE FADER
(immediately before the fader) for each MIX/MATRIX bus. This setting is made in the BUS SETUP
popup window (see page 202).
• The PRE button is not displayed for FIXED type MIX buses.
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Using the faders (SENDS ON FADER mode)
3.
Press the MIX1-16, MIX17-24/MATRIX switch button repeatedly to select MIX1-16
or MIX17-24/MATRIX.
In this way, you can use the MIX/MATRIX bus select buttons to specify the destination MIX/
MATRIX buses.
4.
Use the MIX/MATRIX bus selection buttons in the Function Access Area to select
the send-destination MIX/MATRIX bus.
You can use the faders on the top panel to adjust signals that are sent from all input channels to a specific
MIX/MATRIX bus.
1.
Make sure that an output port is assigned to each MIX/MATRIX bus to which you
want to send signals, and that your monitor system, external effect, or other device
is connected to the corresponding output port.
2.
In the Function Access Area, press the SENDS ON FADER button.
The CL series unit will switch to SENDS ON FADER mode. The faders in the Channel Strip
section and Master section will move to the send levels of the signals that are routed from each
channel to the currently-selected MIX/MATRIX bus. The [ON] keys will also change to the SEND
ON status.
NOTE
• Alternatively, press a SEND LEVEL knob in the SELECTED CHANNEL section to display a
popup window from which you can select a MIX/MATRIX bus.
• You can also select a MIX/MATRIX bus by using the Bank Select keys and the [SEL] keys in the
Centralogic section. If you select the buses by pressing the [SEL] keys, the setting of the MIX116, MIX17-24/MATRIX switch button will be changed automatically.
• If you press the currently-selected MIX/MATRIX bus select button again, cue monitoring will be
turned on for the related MIX/MATRIX channel. This method is convenient if you want to monitor
a signal that is being sent to the selected MIX/MATRIX bus.
If you’ve used the bank select keys to assign input channels to the Centralogic section, the
corresponding channels will change to indicating the send levels and ON settings for the signals
sent from those channels to the currently selected MIX/MATRIX bus. If the Centralogic section
has been assigned to output channels, and the send-destination bus is MIX, each channel will still
show the fader value and ON setting. If the send-destination bus is MATRIX, the Centralogic
section will change to show the send level and ON setting for the signals sent from the MIX/
STEREO/MONO channels to the currently selected MATRIX bus. MATRIX channels will
continue showing the channel fader values and ON setting.
In SENDS ON FADER mode, the Function Access Area in the display will show the buttons that
enable you to switch between MIX1-16 ON FADER mode and MIX17-24/MATRIX ON FADER
mode, and the buttons that enable you to select the destination MIX/MATRIX buses.
5.
Use the faders in the Channel Strip section on the top panel to adjust the send level
of signals routed from the input channels to the selected MIX/MATRIX bus.
NOTE
You can assign the SENDS ON FADER function to a USER DEFINED key. This lets you quickly
switch to SENDS ON FADER mode for a specific MIX/MATRIX bus, and quickly switch back
again.
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6.
Repeat steps 4–5 to adjust the send level for other MIX/MATRIX buses in the same
way.
7.
When you have finished adjusting the MIX/MATRIX send levels, press the “x”
symbol in the Function Access Area.
The Function Access Area display will return to its prior state, and the CL console will exit SENDS
ON FADER mode and return to normal mode.
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Correcting delay between channels (Input Delay)
INPUT DELAY (8ch)
1
This section explains how to correct delay between input channels by using Input Delay function.
This function is useful when you want to correct the phase variance, caused by microphone locations
on the stage, to add depth to the sound by using phase variance, or to correct a delay (a gap) that may
exist between video and audio that are sent from a site for broadcast on TV.
1.
Use the [SEL] keys on the top panel to select the input channel that will send
signals to the MIX/MATRIX bus.
2.
Press a knob in the SELECTED CHANNEL section to access the SELECTED CHANNEL
VIEW screen.
2
3
INPUT DELAY field
1 DELAY SCALE button
Press the button to display the DELAY SCALE popup window, in which you can select the unit
for the delay time.
You can select one of the four delay scales: meter (meter/sec), feet (feet/sec), sample (number of
samples), and ms (millisecond).
2 Channel select button
Lights to indicate the currently-selected input channel. Press the button to select the channel.
3 Delay setting knob (input channels only)
3.
Indicates the channel delay value. You can use the multifunction knob to adjust it. You can view
the current value immediately above the knob (in unit of ms) and below the knob (in the
currently-selected scale). If ms (millisecond) has been selected for the DELAY SCALE, nothing
will appear above the knob.
Press the INPUT DELAY field to access the INPUT DELAY popup window.
In the INPUT DELAY popup window you can set the on/off status and the value of the input
channel delay. This popup window features three types of view. Use the tabs near the bottom of
the window to select one of four views. Each window view includes the following items.
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Channel library operations
INPUT DELAY (CH1-48, CH49-72/ST IN(CL5),
CH49-64/ST IN(CL3), ST IN(CL1))
Channel libraries include “INPUT CHANNEL LIBRARY,” which enables you to store and recall various
parameters (including the head amp settings) for input channels.
To recall a library, press the corresponding LIBRARY button in the SELECTED CHANNEL VIEW
screen.
1
2
3
LIBRARY button
For details on using the library, refer to the “Using the library” section in the separate Owner’s Manual.
1 DELAY SCALE button
Press the button to display the DELAY SCALE popup window, in which you can select the unit
for the delay time.
2 Channel select button
Lights to indicate the currently-selected input channel. Press the button to select the channel.
3 Delay setting knob (input channels only)
Indicates the channel delay value. Press this knob to adjust the value using the multifunction
knob. You can view the current value immediately above the knob (in unit of ms) and below the
knob (in the currently-selected scale).
NOTE
If ms (millisecond) has been selected for the DELAY SCALE, nothing will appear to the right of the
knob.
4.
5.
6.
Access the INPUT DELAY (8ch) popup window.
7.
When you finish editing, press the × symbol in the upper right of the window.
Use the on-screen buttons and the multifunction knobs to set the delay.
Perform the same operations for other input channels as desired.
If you are viewing the 8ch INPUT DELAY popup window, you can use the Bank Select keys in the
Centralogic section to switch the channels being controlled in groups of eight.
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Output channels
STEREO channel/MONO (C) channel
Each of these channels processes the signal sent from the input channels to the STEREO bus or MONO
(C) bus, and send it to the corresponding output port or MATRIX bus. If input channels are in LCR
mode, the STEREO (L/R) channels and the MONO (C) channel can be used together as a set of three
output channels.
This chapter explains output channels (MIX channels, MATRIX channels, STEREO channels, MONO
channels).
Signal flow for output channels
MIX
1 2
2324
M
O
N
O MATRIX
L R (C) 1 2 7 8
ST
CUE
L R
STEREO L,R,MONO(C)
The output channel section takes the signals sent from the input channels to the various buses,
processes them with EQ and dynamics, and sends them to output ports or other buses. The following
types of output channels are provided.
INSERT POINT
To RACKIN PATCH
To OUTPUT PATCH
STEREO
INSERT OUT L,R,MONO(C)
STEREO
INSERT IN L,R,MONO(C)
POST ON INSERT OUT
PRE FADER INSERT OUT
PRE EQ
INSERT OUT
PRE EQ
METER
INSERT
MIX channels
MIX
1 2
2324
ATT
COMP
COMPAND
EXPAND
4BAND
EQ
PRE EQ POST EQ
PRE EQ
INSERT OUT
These channels process signals sent from input channels to MIX buses, and output them to the
corresponding output port, MATRIX bus, STEREO bus, or MONO (C) bus.
M
O
ST ON MATRIX
L R (C) 1 2 7 8
EQ OUT
DYNA OUT
METER
METER
GR METER
CUE ON
LEVEL
ON
MATRIX2,4...8
LEVEL
ON
LEVEL
ON
MIX 1-24
INSERT POINT
To RACKIN PATCH
To OUTPUT PATCH
MIX
INSERT OUT 1-24
MIX
INSERT IN 1-24
PRE FADER
INSERT OUT
PRE EQ
METER
EQ OUT
DYNA OUT
METER
METER
GR METER
ATT
4BAND
EQ
PRE EQ POST EQ
PRE EQ
INSERT OUT
CUE ON
INSERT
PRE FADER
Keyin
Self PRE EQ/Self POST EQ/MIX21-24 OUT/
ST(L,R,MONO(C)) POST EQ
POST ON
INSERT OUT
To OUTPUT PATCH
To MONITOR SELECT
POST ON
PRE FADER / POST ON To MATRIX
VARI
PRE FADER / POST ON
To MATRIX
VARI
STEREO
COMP
COMPAND
EXPAND
LEVEL
BAL
ON
INSERT
INSERT
PRE FADER
INSERT OUT
MATRIX channel
POST ON
METER
PRE FADER
METER
PRE FADER
Keyin
Self PRE EQ/Self POST EQ/MIX21-24 OUT/
MIX(1-8,9-16,17-24) POST EQ
MIX OUT1-24
POST ON
INSERT OUT
These channels process the signals sent from input channels, MIX channels, and STEREO/MONO
channels to MATRIX buses, and send them to the corresponding output ports.
(21-24)To KEYIN
To RACKIN PATCH
To OUTPUT PATCH
To MONITOR SELECT
POST ON
MIX
(PRE FADER)PFL / (POST ON)AFL
MATRIX1,3...7
LEVEL
ON
MATRIX2,4...8
LEVEL
ON
LEVEL
ON
PAN/BAL
MONO(C)
STEREO OUT
L,R,MONO(C)
ON
POST ON INSERT OUT
PRE FADER INSERT OUT
PRE EQ
INSERT OUT
INSERT
ST L
BAL
INSERT
PAN/BAL
L R
LEVEL
(PRE FADER)PFL / (POST ON)AFL
MATRIX1,3...7
CUE
POST ON
METER
PRE FADER
METER
PRE FADER / POST ON
PRE FADER / POST ON
1 2
To MATRIX
CUE
L R
MATRIX 1-8
VARI
To RACKIN PATCH
To OUTPUT PATCH
To MATRIX
VARI
STEREO
2324
M
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N
O MATRIX
L R (C) 1 2 7 8
ST
PAN MODE TO ST TO MONO
TO LCR
MATRIX
INSERT OUT 1-8
MATRIX
INSERT IN 1-8
PAN/BAL
LR MONO
LCR
ST R
INSERT POINT
POST ON INSERT OUT
PRE FADER INSERT OUT
PRE EQ
INSERT OUT
PRE EQ
METER
EQ OUT
DYNA OUT
METER
METER
GR METER
POST ON
CSR
INSERT
ATT
4BAND
EQ
PRE EQ POST EQ
PRE EQ
INSERT OUT
CUE ON
COMP
COMPAND
EXPAND
POST ON
METER
PRE FADER
METER
LEVEL
INSERT
PRE FADER
INSERT OUT
PRE FADER
Keyin
Self PRE EQ/Self POST EQ/MIX21-24 OUT/
MATRIX1-8 POST EQ
BAL
ON
MATRIX OUT 1-8
INSERT
POST ON
INSERT OUT
To OUTPUT PATCH
To MONITOR SELECT
POST ON
(PRE FADER)PFL / (POST ON)AFL
• 4 BAND EQ (4 band equalizer)
A parametric EQ with four bands: HIGH, HIGH MID, LOW MID, and LOW.
• DYNAMICS 1
This is a dynamics processor that can be used as a compressor, expander, or compander.
• LEVEL
Adjusts the output level of the channel.
• ON (on/off)
Turns the output channel on or off. If this is off, the corresponding channel will be muted.
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• MATRIX ON/OFF (MATRIX send on/off)
This is an on/off switch for signals sent from the MIX channels, STEREO (L/R) channel, or
MONO (C) channel to each MATRIX bus.
Specifying the channel name, icon and channel
color
• MATRIX (MATRIX send level)
Adjusts the send level of signals sent from the MIX channels, STEREO (L/R) channel, or MONO
(C) channel to each MATRIX bus 1–8. For the position from which the signal will be sent to the
MATRIX bus, you can choose either immediately before the fader, or immediately after the [ON]
key.
If the send-destination MATRIX bus is set to stereo, you can use the PAN knob to adjust the
panning between the two MATRIX buses. If the send-source is a stereo MIX channel or the
STEREO channel, use the BALANCE knob to adjust the volume balance of the left and right
channels sent to the two MATRIX buses.
This section explains how to specify the channel name, icon and channel color for each output channel.
1.
Use the Bank Select keys in the Centralogic section to access the OVERVIEW screen
that includes the output channel for which you want to specify the channel name,
icon and channel color.
Channel number/Channel name field
• INSERT
You can patch the desired output/input ports to insert an external device such as an effect
processor. You can switch the insert-out and insert-in locations.
• METER
Indicates the level of the output channel.
You can switch the position at which the level is detected.
• KEY IN (MIX channels 21–24 only)
You can send the output signals of MIX channels 21–24 to dynamics processors and use them as
key-in signals to control the dynamics.
• RACK IN PATCH
Patches the output signal of an output channel to an input of the rack.
• OUTPUT PATCH
Assigns an output port to an output channel.
• MONITOR SELECT
Selects the output signal of an output channel as a monitor source.
2.
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Access the PATCH/NAME popup window by pressing the channel number/channel
name field of the channel to which you want to assign the channel name, icon and
channel color.
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Sending signals from MIX channels to the STEREO/
MONO bus
3
This section explains how to send a signal from a MIX channel to the STEREO bus or MONO bus.
There are two ways to send signals to the STEREO bus or MONO bus: ST/MONO mode and LCR
mode. You can select the mode individually for each channel. Features of each mode are the same as for
input channels.
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1.
Use the Bank Select keys in the Centralogic section to access the OVERVIEW screen
that includes the MIX channel from which you want to send the signal to the
STEREO/MONO bus.
4
Follow the steps for the input channels (see page 29).
STEREO/MONO field
2.
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In the STEREO/MONO field, press a knob to select the channel you want to adjust,
and then press the knob once again to access the TO STEREO/MONO popup
window.
In the TO STEREO/MONO popup window, you can control a signal that is sent from the MIX
channel to the STEREO/MONO bus. This popup window features four types of view. Use the tabs
near the bottom of the window to select one of the four views. These windows include the
following items.
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TO STEREO/MONO popup window (8ch)
If the ST/MONO/LCR mode select button is set to LCR mode, the following button and knob are
displayed instead of the ST/MONO button (4).
You can control the on/off and pan/balance settings of the signal sent from MIX channels to the
STEREO (L/R) bus and MONO (C) bus, in groups of eight channels.
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2
3
4
7 LCR button
This button is an overall on/off button for signals sent from a channel to the STEREO bus and
MONO bus. If this button is off, no signals will be sent from the corresponding input channel to
the STEREO bus or MONO bus.
5
6
8 CSR knob
Adjusts the relative level of signals sent from the channel to the STEREO (L/R) bus and to the
MONO (C) bus, in the range of 0–100%. To adjust the value, press the knob to select it, and then
operate the corresponding multifunction knob.
1 Channel select button
Selects the channel. You can select multiple channels simultaneously.
2 Mode LEDs
3 MODE (ST/MONO/LCR mode select) button
Press this button repeatedly to toggle between ST/MONO and LCR. The LED of the currentlyselected mode will light.
4 ST/MONO buttons
These buttons are individual on/off switches for signals that are sent from each channel to the
STEREO bus/MONO bus when the MONO button is set to ST/MONO mode.
5 Σ clipping indicator
Lights to indicate a signal is clipping at some point in the channel.
6 TO ST PAN/TO ST BALANCE knob
If the type of the MIX channel signal is MONO, this knob will function as a PAN knob that adjusts
the left and right pan position of the signal sent to the STEREO bus. If the type of MIX channel
signal is STEREO, this knob will function as a BALANCE knob that adjusts the volume level
balance of left and right signals sent to the STEREO bus. To adjust the value, press the knob to
select it, and then operate the corresponding multifunction knob.
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TO STEREO/MONO popup window (CH1-48,
CH49-72/ST IN(CL5), CH49-64/ST IN(CL3), ST IN(CL1), OUTPUT)
3.
Access the eight-channel TO STEREO/MONO popup window.
4.
Use the MODE button to select either ST/MONO mode or LCR mode for each
channel.
5.
In the MASTER section on the top panel, make sure that the [ON] key for the
STEREO channel/MONO channel is turned on, and then raise the fader to an
appropriate level.
6.
Press one of the Output Bank Select Keys in the Centralogic section so that the MIX
channels you want to control are recalled to the Centralogic section.
7.
Make sure that the [ON] keys for those channels are on, and use the fader in the
Centralogic section to raise the master level of the MIX channel to an appropriate
position.
This window displays the status of signals sent from the corresponding channel to the STEREO bus/
MONO bus. You can also adjust the pan or balance setting in groups of eight selected channels.
1
2
3
4
The subsequent steps will differ depending on whether ST/MONO mode or LCR mode was selected
for the channel in step 4.
■ Channels for which ST/MONO mode is selected
1 Channel select button
Selects the channel. You can select multiple channels simultaneously.
8.
In the TO STEREO/MONO popup window, use the STEREO/MONO button to turn
a signal sent from the MIX channel to the STEREO bus/MONO bus on or off.
For a channel that is set to ST/MONO mode, signals sent to the STEREO bus and to the MONO
bus can be switched on/off individually.
9.
In the TO STEREO/MONO popup window, use the TO ST PAN knob to set the
panning of a signal sent from the MIX channel to the STEREO bus.
2 Σ clipping indicator
■ Channels for which LCR mode is selected
Lights to indicate a signal is clipping at some point in the channel.
3 TO ST PAN/TO ST BALANCE knob
Adjusts the panning and balance.
To adjust the value, press the knob to select it, and then operate the corresponding multifunction
knob.
If the signal level reaches the overload point at any meter detection point in that channel, the Σ
clipping indicator to the right of the knob will light.
8.
Make sure that the LCR button is turned on in the TO STEREO/MONO popup
window.
Channels for which the LCR button is off will not send a signal to the STEREO bus or MONO bus.
9.
In the TO STEREO/MONO popup window, press the CSR knob to select it, and use
multifunction knobs 1–8 to adjust the level difference between signals sent from
that channel to the STEREO (L/R) bus and to the MONO (C) bus.
The CSR knob settings are the same as for input channels.
10.
In the TO STEREO/MONO popup window, press the TO ST PAN knob to select it,
and use multifunction knobs 1–8 to adjust the panning of signals sent from the
MIX channel to the STEREO (L/R) bus and MONO (C) bus, and the level balance of
signals sent to the MONO (C) bus and STEREO (L/R) bus.
Refer to page 38 for details on how the signal level sent from an LCR mode MIX channel to each
bus will change according to the operation of the TO ST PAN knob.
4 ST/MONO indicator
If a channel is set to ST/MONO mode, these indicators will individually indicate the on/off status
of signals sent from the channel to the STEREO bus/MONO bus.
If a channel is set to LCR mode, the LCR indicator is displayed in this location. The LCR indicator
indicates the on/off status of all signals sent from that channel to the STEREO bus/MONO bus.
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Sending signals from MIX channels and STEREO/
MONO channels to MATRIX buses
4.
Press a knob in the SELECTED CHANNEL section to access the SELECTED CHANNEL
VIEW screen.
5.
Make sure that the TO MATRIX SEND ON/OFF button is turned on for the senddestination MATRIX bus.
If this button is off, press the button on screen to turn it on.
6.
In the SELECTED CHANNEL section, use the MIX/MATRIX SEND LEVEL knobs to
adjust the send levels to the MATRIX buses.
This section explains how to send a signal from a MIX or STEREO/MONO channel to MATRIX buses
1–8. You can do this in either of the following three ways.
■ Using the SELECTED CHANNEL section
With this method, you use the knobs in the SELECTED CHANNEL section to adjust the send levels to
the MATRIX buses. This method allows you to simultaneously control signals sent from a specific MIX,
STEREO (L/R), or MONO (C) channel to all MATRIX buses.
■ Using the Centralogic section
With this method, you use the multifunction knobs in the Centralogic section to adjust the send levels
to the MATRIX buses. This method allows you to simultaneously control signals sent from up to eight
MIX, STEREO (L/R), or MONO (C) channels to a specific MATRIX bus.
■ Using the faders (SENDS ON FADER mode)
With this method, you switch the CL series unit to SENDS ON FADER mode, and use the faders on the
top panel to adjust the level of signals sent to the MATRIX buses. When using this method, signals sent
from MIX and STEREO/MONO channels to a specific MIX/MATRIX bus can be adjusted
simultaneously.
Using the SELECTED CHANNEL section
Use the knobs in the SELECTED CHANNEL section to adjust the send level of signals sent from the
desired MIX, STEREO (L/R) or MONO (C) channel to all MATRIX buses.
1.
2.
3.
Make sure that an output port is assigned to the MATRIX bus to which you want
to send signals, and that an external device is connected.
Using the Bank Select keys of the Centralogic section, assign MIX channels or
STEREO/MONO channels to the Centralogic section.
NOTE
If you want to monitor the signal being sent to a specific MATRIX bus, use the Bank Select keys
in the Centralogic section to access the corresponding MIX/MATRIX channel, and then press the
appropriate [CUE] key in the Centralogic section.
Use the [SEL] keys in the Centralogic section to select the channels that will send
signals to the MATRIX buses.
You can also use the [SEL] key in the MASTER section to directly select the STEREO/MONO
channels.
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Use the Bank Select keys and the [SEL] keys in the Centralogic section to switch
channels, and adjust the send level from other channels to the MATRIX buses in
the same way.
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4.
Using the Centralogic section
This method lets you use the multifunction knobs (in the Centralogic section) to simultaneously adjust
the send levels from the eight channels selected in the Centralogic section to the desired MATRIX bus.
Use multifunction knobs 1–8 to adjust the send level of the signals sent from up to
eight MIX channels or the STEREO/MONO channels to the selected MATRIX bus.
If necessary, you can use the Bank Select keys and the [SEL] keys in the Centralogic section to
switch the send-source channel.
1.
NOTE
2.
Make sure that an output port is assigned to the MATRIX bus to which you want
to send signals, and that your external device is connected to the corresponding
output port.
• If you want to monitor signals being sent to a specific MATRIX bus, use the Bank Select keys to
access the corresponding MATRIX channel in the Centralogic section, and then press the [CUE]
key for that MATRIX channel.
• If you again press the currently-selected MATRIX bus select button, cue monitoring will be turned
on for the related MATRIX channel. This method is convenient if you want to monitor a signal that
is being sent to the selected MATRIX bus.
Use the Bank Select keys in the Centralogic section to access the OVERVIEW screen
that includes the channels (MIX channels or STEREO/MONO channels) that you
want to control.
In the OVERVIEW screen, you can use the TO MATRIX field to adjust the send levels to the
MATRIX bus.
5.
If you want to make detailed settings for MATRIX sends, press the TO MATRIX
SEND LEVEL knob inside the bold frame once again.
When you press the currently-selected TO MATRIX SEND LEVEL knob a second time, the
MATRIX SEND popup window will appear. The window includes the following items.
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2
3
5
6
7
8
9
0
1 ALL PRE button
3.
Sets the send point to “PRE.” (The send point is the point at which signals are sent from all sendsource channels — including the input and output channels — to the selected send destination.)
Press the TO MATRIX SEND LEVEL knob for the desired send-destination MATRIX
bus.
A bold frame will appear around all TO MATRIX SEND LEVEL knobs for that MATRIX bus.
2 ALL POST button
Sets the send point to “POST.” (The send point is the point at which signals are sent from all sendsource channels — including the input and output channels — to the selected send destination.)
3 SEND FROM MODE button
Press this button to switch to the “SEND from 8ch” popup window.
4 Send destination indicator
Indicates the currently-selected send destination.
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5 Send destination select buttons
The knob for the mode selected here will appear.
Select MIX/MATRIX buses as the send destination.
6 Channel select button
Selects the send-source channel that you wish to control. The current channel icon, number, and
color appear on the button, and the channel name appears immediately below the button.
7 PRE/POST button
Switches the send point of each send-source channel between PRE and POST. If the button is on,
the send point is set to PRE.
8 SEND ON/OFF button
Switches the send of each send-source channel on or off.
9 SEND PAN/BALANCE knob
Sets the panning or balance of signals sent to the stereo send destination. If the send destination
is set to monaural or FIXED, this knob will not appear.
If the send source is monaural, this knob functions as a PAN knob.
0 SEND LEVEL knob
Indicates the level of signals sent to the selected send destination. Press this knob to control the
level using the multifunction knobs.
6.
Use the TO MATRIX SEND ON/OFF buttons to switch signals sent from the MIX and
STEREO/MONO channels to the currently-selected MATRIX bus on or off.
7.
If necessary, you can use the PRE buttons to select the point from which the signal
is sent from the MIX or STEREO/MONO channel to the MATRIX bus.
8.
Repeat steps 3–6 to adjust the send level for other MATRIX buses in the same way.
If the send source is stereo, you can use the PAN/BALANCE mode
setting in the TO STEREO/MONO popup window to select whether
PAN/BALANCE will function as a PAN or BALANCE knob.
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4.
Using the faders (SENDS ON FADER mode)
You can use the faders on the top panel to adjust signals that are sent from the MIX and STEREO/
MONO channels to a specific MATRIX bus.
1.
Make sure that an output port is assigned to the MATRIX bus to which you want
to send signals, and that your monitor system etc. is connected to the
corresponding output port.
2.
In the function access area, press the SENDS ON FADER button.
The CL series unit will switch to SENDS ON FADER mode. The faders in the Channel Strip
section and Master section will move to the send levels of the signals that are routed from each
channel to the currently-selected MIX/MATRIX bus. The [ON] keys will also change to the SEND
ON status.
In SENDS ON FADER mode, the Function Access Area in the display will show the buttons that
enable you to switch between MIX 1-16 ON FADER mode and MIX 17-24/MATRIX ON FADER
mode, and the buttons that enable you to select the destination MIX/MATRIX buses.
3.
Use the MIX/MATRIX bus selection buttons in the function access area to select the
send-destination MATRIX bus.
NOTE
• Alternatively, press a SEND LEVEL knob in the SELECTED CHANNEL section to display a
popup window, from which you can select a MIX/MATRIX bus.
• You can also select a MIX/MATRIX bus by using the Bank Select keys and the [SEL] keys in the
Centralogic section. If you switch buses by pressing the [SEL] keys, the setting of the MIX 1-16
and MIX 17-24/MATRIX ON FADER switch buttons will also be change automatically.
• If you press the currently-selected MIX/MATRIX bus select button again, cue monitoring will be
turned on for the corresponding MIX/MATRIX channel. This method is convenient if you want to
monitor the signal that is being sent to the selected MIX/MATRIX bus.
5.
Use the faders in the top panel Centralogic section to adjust the send level from
the MIX and STEREO/MONO channels to the selected MATRIX bus.
NOTE
You can assign the SENDS ON FADER function to a USER DEFINED key. This lets you quickly
switch to SENDS ON FADER mode for a specific MIX/MATRIX bus, and quickly switch back
again.
6.
Repeat steps 4–5 to adjust the send level for other MATRIX buses in the same way.
7.
When you’re finished adjusting the MATRIX send levels, press the X symbol in the
function access area.
The Function Access Area display will return to its prior state, and the CL console will exit SENDS
ON FADER mode and return to normal mode.
Use the MIX 1-16 and MIX 17-24/MATRIX select buttons to switch between MIX 116 and MIX 17-24/MATRIX.
Now you can use the MIX/MATRIX bus select buttons to specify the destination MIX/MATRIX
buses.
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Correcting delay between channels (Output Delay)
This section explains how to correct delay between output channels by using the Output Delay
function.
This Output Delay function is useful when you want to correct the timing of output signals sent to
speakers that are located at a distance from each other.
Output delay settings are made in the OUTPUT PORT popup window, which will appear when you
press the OUTPUT PORT button from the SETUP screen.
For details on operations in the OUTPUT PORT screen, refer to “Selecting the output channel for each
output port” on page 17.
Channel library operations
Channel libraries include “OUTPUT CHANNEL
LIBRARY,” which enables you to store and recall various
parameters (including the head amp settings) for output
channels.
To recall the library, while an output channel is selected,
press the LIBRARY button on the SELECTED CHANNEL
VIEW screen.
LIBRARY button
For details on using the library, refer to the “Using libraries” section in the separate Owner’s Manual.
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EQ and Dynamics
HPF/EQ popup window (1ch)
This lets you view and edit all EQ parameters of the currently-selected channel. This is convenient if
you want to make detailed EQ settings for a specific channel.
This chapter explains the EQ (equalizer) and dynamics that are provided on each channel of the CL
series console.
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About EQ and dynamics
Each input channel and output channel on a CL series console provides a four-band EQ and dynamics.
EQ can be used on all input channels and all output channels. An attenuator is provided immediately
before the EQ, allowing you to attenuate the level of the input signal so that the GAIN setting for EQ
will not cause the signal to clip. Input channels also provide a high-pass filter that is independent of the
EQ.
Input channels provide two dynamics processors: Dynamics 1 can be used as a gate, ducking device,
compressor, or expander, while Dynamics 2 can be used as a compressor, hard compander, soft
compander, or de-esser. Output channels provide one dynamics processor, which can be used as a
compressor, expander, hard compander, or soft compander.
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Using EQ
This section explains the four-band EQ that is provided on input channels and output channels.
1.
Use the Bank Select keys in the
Centralogic section to access the
OVERVIEW screen that includes
the channel for which you want to
control the EQ.
The EQ field shows the response of the
EQ. In this OVERVIEW screen, you can
edit the parameter by using the EQ
knobs in the SELECTED CHANNEL
section.
1 LIBRARY button
Press this button to open the EQ Library popup window.
2 DEFAULT button
Press this button to reset all EQ/filter parameters to the initial values.
3 COPY button
All EQ parameter settings will be stored in buffer memory.
EQ field
4 PASTE button
Press this button to paste the setting in buffer memory to the current EQ. If no valid data has been
stored in the buffer memory, nothing will happen.
5 COMPARE button
2.
Press this button to swap between the current EQ settings and the data stored in buffer memory.
If no valid data has been stored in the buffer memory, nothing will happen.
If you want to edit while watching the ATT/HPF/EQ parameter values, press the EQ
field in the OVERVIEW screen to access the HPF/EQ popup window.
In the HPF/EQ popup window, you can edit the EQ and high-pass filter parameters and switch
them on/off.
This popup window features five types of views. Each window view includes the following items.
6 Channel icon/Channel number/Channel name
This area indicates the icon, number and name of the currently-selected channel.
7 LOW SHELVING ON/OFF button
Turn on this button to select the shelving-type filter for the LOW band.
8 HPF ON/OFF button (input channels only)
Turn on this button to select the high pass filter for the LOW band.
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9 EQ FLAT button
HPF/EQ popup window (8ch)
Press this button to reset the GAIN parameters of all EQ band to 0 dB.
This window displays the input channel or output channel EQ settings in groups of eight channels
simultaneously.
Use the knobs in the SELECTED CHANNEL section to edit the EQ settings. You can adjust the HPF
settings of all eight channels displayed.
0 HIGH SHELVING ON/OFF button
Turn on this button to select the shelving type filter for the HIGH band.
A LPF ON/OFF button
Turn on this button to select the low pass filter for the HIGH band.
1
B EQ ON/OFF button
Switches the EQ on or off.
2
C EQ type select button
Switches between TYPE I (an algorithm used in previous Yamaha digital mixers) and TYPE II (an
algorithm that reduces interference between bands).
3
D EQ graph
4
This graph displays real-time parameter values for the EQ and filter.
5
E EQ IN/OUT level meters
Indicate the peak level of signals before and after the EQ. For a stereo channel, these meters
indicate the level of both the L and R channels.
1 Channel select button
F ATT knob
Selects the channel that you want to control. The current channel icon and number appear on the
button, and the channel name appears immediately below the button.
Indicates an attenuation amount before the signal enters the EQ. You can use the multifunction
knobs to adjust this.
2 EQ graph
G HPF ON/OFF button (input channels only)
This graph displays the parameter values for the EQ and filter. The currently-selected EQ type
appears below the graph.
Switches the HPF on or off.
H HPF FREQUENCY knob (input channels only)
3 EQ ON/OFF button
Indicates the cutoff frequency of the HPF. You can use the multifunction knobs to adjust this.
Switches the EQ on or off. The OVER indicator (located to the right above the button) lights if the
post-EQ signal is clipping.
I HPF type select button
Switches the HPF attenuation per octave between –12 dB/oct and –6 dB/oct.
4 HPF FREQUENCY knob
Indicates the cutoff frequency of the HPF. You can use the multifunction knobs to adjust this.
J EQ parameter setting knobs
Indicate the Q, FREQUENCY, and GAIN parameters for the LOW, LOW MID, HIGH MID, and
HIGH bands. Press these knobs to control the parameter values using the multifunction knobs.
5 HPF ON/OFF button
Switches the HPF on or off.
NOTE
• If shelving type has been selected for the LOW band, or if HPF is selected for the output
channels, the LOW band Q parameter will not appear.
• If shelving type has been selected for the HIGH band, or if LPF is selected, the HIGH band Q
parameter will not appear.
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4.
HPF/EQ popup window (CH1-48, CH49-72/ST IN(CL5),
CH49-64/ST IN(CL3), ST IN(CL1), OUTPUT)
This window displays the corresponding input channels (or output channels) simultaneously. This page
is only for display, and does not allow the parameters to be edited. It is useful when you need to quickly
check multiple EQ settings, or when you want to copy and paste EQ settings between distant channels.
If you want to use the high-pass filter on an input channel, operate the HPF knob
or HPF ON/OFF button in the HPF/EQ popup window.
Input channels provide a high-pass filter that is independent of the four-band EQ. The HPF ON/
OFF button switches the high-pass filter on or off, and the HPF knob adjusts the cutoff frequency.
NOTE
• Output channels do not feature a high-pass filter that is independent of the EQ. However, you can
turn on the high-pass filter button on the popup window to use the LOW band EQ as a high-pass
filter.
• For both input channels and output channels, you can turn on the low-pass filter button to use the
HIGH band EQ as a low-pass filter.
1
2
5.
If you want to copy EQ settings to another channel, or initialize the EQ settings,
use the tool buttons in the HPF/EQ popup window.
For details on how to use these buttons, refer to “Using the tool buttons” in the separate Owner’s
Manual.
NOTE
• EQ settings can be saved and recalled at any time using the dedicated library. You can also take
advantage of a wide variety of presets suitable for various instruments or situations.
• You can also access the SELECTED CHANNEL VIEW screen, and use the knobs in the
SELECTED CHANNEL section to edit the EQ and high-pass filter (see page 8).
• Even when the HPF/EQ popup window is displayed, you can use the knobs in the SELECTED
CHANNEL section to control the EQ.
3
1 Channel select button
Selects the channel that you want to control in the SELECTED CHANNEL section. The current
channel icon, number, and color appear on the button.
2 EQ graph
Indicates the total frequency response of the EQ or filter.
3 Tabs
Use these tabs to select a channel that you want to view on the screen.
3.
Access the HPF/EQ popup window (1ch), and then press the EQ ON button to
enable the EQ.
If the HPF/EQ popup window (1ch) is displayed, you will be able to edit all of the EQ parameters.
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DYNAMICS 1/2 popup window (1ch)
Input channels feature two dynamics processors; output channels feature one dynamics processor.
This window displays only the currently-selected channel. All dynamics parameters can be viewed and
edited. This is convenient if you want to make detailed dynamics settings for a specific channel.
1.
8
Use the Bank Select keys to access the OVERVIEW screen that includes the channel
for which you want to control the dynamics.
The DYNAMICS 1/2 field displays the dynamics on/off status and the amount of gain reduction.
1
2
3
4
5
6
0
7
C
Dynamics 1 field
B
Dynamics 2 field
A
9
1 LIBRARY button
2.
Press this button to open the DYNAMICS Library popup window.
In the OVERVIEW screen, press the DYNAMICS 1/2 field to access the DYNAMICS
1/2 popup window.
In the DYNAMICS 1/2 popup window, you can edit the dynamics settings and turn the processor
on or off.
This popup window features five types of views. Each window view includes the following items.
2 DEFAULT button
Press this button to reset all dynamics parameters to the initial values.
3 COPY button
All dynamics parameter settings will be stored in buffer memory.
4 PASTE button
Press this button to apply the settings in buffer memory to the current dynamics. If no valid data
has been stored in the buffer memory, nothing will happen.
5 COMPARE button
Press this button to swap between the current dynamics settings and the data stored in buffer
memory. If no valid data has been stored in the buffer memory, nothing will happen.
6 Channel icon/Channel number/Channel name
This area indicates the icon, number, and name of the currently-selected channel.
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7 Dynamics type buttons
• GATE or DUCKING:
Enable you to select the dynamics type. You can choose from the following dynamics types.
• Dynamics 1 for an input channel
GATE, DUCKING, COMPRESSOR, EXPANDER
• COMPRESSOR or EXPANDER:
• COMPANDER-H or COMPANDER-S:
• Dynamics 2 for an input channel
COMPRESSOR, COMPANDER-H, COMPANDER-S, DE-ESSER
• DE-ESSER:
0 Dynamics IN/OUT level meters, GR meter
• Dynamics 1 for an output channel
COMPRESSOR, EXPANDER, COMPANDER-H, COMPANDER-S
These meters indicate the peak level of the signals before and after the dynamics processing, and
the amount of gain reduction. For a stereo channel, these meters indicate the level of both the L
and R channels.
A KEY IN SOURCE select button
Press this button to display the KEY IN SOURCE popup window, in which you can select a keyin signal that will trigger the dynamics.
B KEY IN FILTER parameter area (Displayed only for GATE or DUCKING)
Enables you to make various settings for a filter that lets the key-in signal pass.
• Filter select buttons .................. Select the type of filter from HPF, BPF, or LPF. To disable the
filter, press the button that is turned on.
• Q knob......................................... Indicates the filter Q. You can adjust the value by using the
multifunction knob.
• FREQUENCY knob .................. Indicates the filter cutoff frequency. You can adjust the value by
using the multifunction knob.
8 Dynamics graph
This graph displays the input/output response of the dynamics processors.
9 Dynamics parameter setting knobs
Indicate the dynamics parameter values. You can adjust the values by using the multifunction
knobs.
The type of parameters will vary depending on the currently-selected dynamics type.
C KEY IN CUE button
Enables you to cue-monitor the signal that has been selected as the KEY IN SOURCE signal. Cue
will be canceled if you have selected a dynamics type that does not feature this button, or if you
move to a different screen.
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DYNAMICS 1/2 popup window (8ch)
If GATE is selected as the dynamics type, the indicator status means the following:
This window displays the settings for eight channels, including the currently-selected channel. You can
switch between eight-channel groups such as 1–8 and 9–16. Compared to the one-channel display,
fewer parameters can be controlled. This window is convenient if you want to adjust the threshold or
certain other parameters while watching the adjacent channels to the left and the right.
1
2
3
4
Gate status
Red
Yellow
Green
Off (dark)
On
On
On
Off
Close
Open
Open
—
30 dB or more
less than 30 dB
0 dB
—
On/Off status
5
Open/Close status
Amount of gain
reduction
6
8 Dynamics graph
7
8
This graph displays the dynamics parameter values. The currently-selected dynamics type
appears below the graph. Press the graph to access the DYNAMICS 1ch popup window for that
channel.
9 THRESHOLD knob
9
Indicates the threshold value for the dynamics. You can use the corresponding multifunction
knobs to adjust the value.
0
0 DYNAMICS ON/OFF button
Switches dynamics on or off.
1 LIBRARY button
2 DEFAULT button
3 COPY button
4 PASTE button
5 COMPARE button
These buttons are the same as those on the DYNAMICS 1ch popup window.
6 Channel select button
Selects the channel that you want to control. The current channel icon and number appear on the
button, and the channel name appears immediately below the button.
7 DYNAMICS OUTPUT meters, GR meter
These meters indicate the output levels of signals after dynamics processing, and the amount of
gain reduction. If GATE is selected as the dynamics type, a three-step indicator appears,
indicating the open/close status of the gate.
Type = Any type other than GATE
Type = GATE
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DYNAMICS 1/2 popup window (CH1-48, CH49-72/ST IN(CL5),
CH49-64/ST IN(CL3), ST IN(CL1), OUTPUT)
3.
Access the DYNAMICS 1/2 popup window (1ch), and press the DYNAMICS ON
button to enable the dynamics processor.
This window enables you to make settings of the global dynamics parameters for the corresponding
channel.
4.
To select a key-in signal, proceed as follows.
1
2
3
4
4-1. In the DYNAMICS 1/2 popup window (1ch), press the KEY IN SOURCE button to
access the KEY IN SOURCE SELECT popup window.
5
KEY IN SOURCE SELECT pop-up window
6
7
4-2. Select the key-in signal. You can choose one of the following signals.
• SELF PRE EQ ............................. The pre-EQ signal of the same channel
• SELF POST EQ .......................... The post-EQ signal of the same channel
• MIX OUT 21–24 ....................... Output signals of MIX channels 21–24
• CH1–72 POST EQ, ST IN1L–8R POST EQ, MIX1–24 POST EQ,
MTRX1–8 POST EQ, ST L/R, MONO POST EQ
........................... The post-EQ signal of the corresponding channel *1
8
1 LIBRARY button
2 DEFAULT button
3 COPY button
4 PASTE button
5 COMPARE button
These buttons are the same as those in the DYNAMICS 1ch popup window.
*1. The selectable signals are limited to the corresponding eight-channel group.
6 Channel select button
NOTE
Selects the channel that you want to control. The current channel icon, number, threshold, and
color appear on the button.
In the case of the CL3/CL1, channels that do not exist on those models will not be shown.
4-3. Press the CLOSE button to close the popup window.
7 Dynamics parameter area
5.
This area displays the dynamics type and various meters. Press the area to access the DYNAMICS
1ch popup window of that channel.
If DUCKING, EXPANDER, COMPANDER (-H/-S), or DE-ESSER has been selected as the
dynamics type, the type appears near the top of this area.
The lower part of this area displays meters that indicate the levels of signals after dynamics
processing, the GR meter, and the threshold (a numeric value). If the dynamics processor is any
type other than GATE, the threshold setting is indicated as a vertical line.
If you want to copy dynamics settings to another channel, or initialize the
dynamics settings, use the tool buttons in the popup window.
NOTE
• Dynamics settings can be saved and recalled at any time using the dedicated library. You can
also take advantage of a wide variety of presets suitable for various instruments or situations.
• You can also access the SELECTED CHANNEL VIEW screen, and use the knobs in the
SELECTED CHANNEL section to edit the dynamics settings (see page 9).
• Even when the DYNAMICS 1/2 popup window is displayed, you can use the knobs in the
SELECTED CHANNEL section to control the dynamics.
8 Tabs
Use these tabs to select a channel that you want to view on the screen.
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Using the EQ or Dynamics libraries
You can use dedicated libraries to store and recall EQ and dynamics settings.
EQ library
LIBRARY button
There is an “INPUT EQ LIBRARY” that lets you store and recall EQ
settings for input channels, and an “OUTPUT EQ LIBRARY” that lets you
store and recall EQ settings for output channels.
To recall settings from a library, press the LIBRARY tool button in the
HPF/EQ popup window.
NOTE
• You can recall 199 different settings from both the input EQ library and output EQ library. Forty
(40) of the input library items are read-only presets, and three (3) of the output library items are
read-only presets.
• For details on how to access the HPF/EQ popup window, refer to “Using EQ” on page 56.
Dynamics library
Use the “Dynamics Library” to store or recall dynamics settings. All of the dynamics processors on CL
series units use this dynamics library. (However, the available types will differ between an input
channel’s Dynamics 1 and Dynamics 2, and an output channel’s Dynamics 1. You cannot recall a type
that cannot be selected.)
To recall an item from the dynamics library, press the LIBRARY tool button in the DYNAMICS 1/2
popup window.
NOTE
• You can recall 199 different settings from the library. Forty-one (41) of these are read-only
presets.
• For details on how to access the DYNAMICS 1/2 popup window, refer to “Using dynamics” on
page 59.
For details on using the EQ and dynamics libraries, refer to the “Using the library” section in the
separate Owner’s Manual.
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■ Selecting channels to belong to a specific DCA group
Grouping and linking
1.
This chapter explains the DCA Group and Mute Group functions that enable you to control the level
or muting of multiple channels together, the Channel Link function that links the parameters of
multiple channels, and the operations that enable you to copy or move parameters between channels.
About DCA groups and Mute groups
2.
CL series consoles feature sixteen DCA groups and eight mute groups that enable you to control the
level of multiple channels simultaneously.
DCA groups enable you to assign input channels to sixteen groups, so that the Centralogic section
faders 1–8 can be used to control the level of all channels in each group. A single DCA fader will control
the level of all input channels belonging to the same DCA group while maintaining the level difference
between the channels. This provides a convenient way in which drum mics, for example, can be
grouped.
Mute groups enable you to use USER DEFINED keys [1]–[16] to mute or unmute multiple channels in
a single operation. You can use this to cut out multiple channels simultaneously. Mute groups 1–8 can
be used with both input channels and output channels. Both types of channels can exist in the same
group.
In the Function Access Area, press the CH JOB
button.
The CH JOB button lets you perform grouping,
linking, and copying operations between channels.
When you press this button, the Function Access Area
will change as follows.
DCA GROUP button
Press the DCA GROUP button to access the
DCA/MUTE GROUP ASSIGN MODE popup
window.
In the DCA/MUTE GROUP ASSIGN MODE popup
window, if the DCA GROUP ASSIGN button has been
selected, select the channels to be assigned to the DCA
group. This popup window includes the following
items.
1
2
Using DCA groups
This section explains how to assign input channels to the sixteen DCA groups and use the faders in the
Centralogic section to control them.
3
Assigning channels to a DCA group
4
There are two ways to assign a channel to a DCA group.
• You can select a specific DCA group first and then specify the channels to be assigned to the group, or
• You can select a specific channel and then specify the DCA group to which it should be assigned.
NOTE
• DCA groups can be used only with input channels.
• DCA group settings are saved as part of the scene.
1 CLEAR ALL button
Clears all channels that are assigned to the currently-selected DCA group.
2 DCA GROUP ASSIGN/MUTE GROUP ASSIGN buttons
Toggle between the DCA GROUP ASSIGN popup window and the MUTE GROUP ASSIGN
popup window.
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■ Selecting the DCA groups to which a specific channel will belong
3 DCA group assign field
This area displays the channels assigned to the currently-selected DCA group.
While this window is displayed, press the [SEL] key for the channel that you want to assign to the
DCA group. The on-screen fader for that channel will turn yellow and the channel will be
assigned to the DCA group. Press the same [SEL] key once again if you want to remove the
channel from the group.
1.
Press a [SEL] key to select the input channel for which you want to make
assignments.
2.
Press a knob in the SELECTED CHANNEL section to access the SELECTED CHANNEL
VIEW screen.
On this screen you can view all mix parameters for the currently-selected channel.
3.
Use the DCA group select buttons to select the DCA group(s) to
which the currently-selected channel will be assigned (multiple
selections are allowed).
4.
Select the DCA group(s) for other channels in the same way.
4 DCA group select button
Selects the DCA group that you want to assign.
NOTE
• In the case of the CL3/CL1, faders that do not exist on those models will not be shown.
• If the [DCA 1–8] key or [DCA 9–16] key has been selected in the Centralogic section, you can
access the DCA/MUTE GROUP ASSIGN MODE popup window by pressing the [SEL] key twice
in rapid succession.
In this case, the DCA/MUTE GROUP ASSIGN MODE popup window will appear with the
corresponding DCA GROUP 1–16 button selected for that DCA group.
3.
Use the DCA GROUP 1–16 buttons to select the DCA group to which you want to
assign channels.
4.
Use the [SEL] keys of the input channels to select the input channels that you want
to assign to the group (multiple selections are allowed).
The [SEL] keys of the assigned channels will light, and the corresponding channels will be
highlighted in yellow in the DCA group assign field of the window.
To cancel an assignment, press a lit [SEL] key once again to make it go dark.
5.
Assign channels to other DCA groups in the same way.
NOTE
You can assign a single channel to more than one DCA group. In this case, the value will be the
sum of the levels of all assigned DCA group faders.
6.
When you finish making assignments, press the CLOSE button to close the popup
window, and press the × symbol in the Function Access Area (CH JOB display).
You will return to the previous screen. The DCA/MUTE GROUP field of the OVERVIEW screen
indicates the DCA group(s) to which each channel is assigned. Numbers that are lit yellow in the
upper and middle rows of this field indicate the DCA groups to which that channel belongs.
NOTE
You can also access the DCA/MUTE GROUP ASSIGN MODE popup window by pressing the
DCA/MUTE GROUP field in the OVERVIEW screen.
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Using mute groups
Controlling DCA groups
Use the faders in the Centralogic section to control DCA groups.
1.
Assign input channels to DCA groups.
2.
Using the faders in the Channel Strip section or Master section on the top panel,
adjust the relative balance between the input channels that belong to the DCA
group you want to use.
3.
4.
This section explains how to assign channels to mute groups and use the USER DEFINED keys to
control them.
Assigning channels to mute groups
As with the DCA group, there are the following two ways to assign channels to mute groups.
• You can select a specific mute group first and then specify the channels to be assigned to the group, or
• You can select a specific channel and then specify the mute group to which it should be assigned.
In the Centralogic section, press the [DCA 1–8] or [DCA 9–16] Bank Select key to
make it light so that you will be able to control the desired DCA groups in the
Centralogic section.
■ Selecting the channels that will belong to a specific mute group
Operate the Centralogic section fader corresponding to the DCA group that you
want to use.
The level of the channels assigned to that DCA group will change while preserving the level
differences you established in step 2.
NOTE
Operating a DCA fader will not cause the input faders to move in tandem.
5.
To switch a DCA group on/mute, press the [ON] key for that DCA group in the
Centralogic section.
When you press an [ON] key in the Centralogic section to make the key indicator go dark, the
channels assigned to that DCA group will be muted (the same state as when the faders are lowered
to the –∞ dB position).
6.
To cue-monitor a DCA group, press the [CUE] key for that DCA group in the
Centralogic section.
When you press the [CUE] key in the Centralogic section to make the key indicator light, the
[CUE] keys for the channels assigned to that DCA group will blink, and cue monitoring will be
enabled. For more information about cue, refer to “Using the Cue function” on page 101.
1.
In the Function Access Area, press the CH JOB
button.
The Function Access Area will change as follows.
2.
Press the MUTE GROUP button to access the
DCA/MUTE GROUP ASSIGN MODE popup
window.
MUTE GROUP button
NOTE
You can also press the [DCA], [DCA 1–8], or [DCA 9–16] key in the Channel Strip section to select
the DCA group that you want to control.
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6 MUTE GROUP MASTER button
In this popup window you can select the channels that will be assigned to each mute group. The
popup window includes the following items.
Switches the corresponding mute group on or off.
7 DIMMER LEVEL knob
1
Sets the dimmer level for the corresponding mute group when the dimmer function is enabled.
NOTE
• In the case of the CL3/CL1, faders that do not exist on those models will not be shown.
• If the dimmer level is set to any level other than –∞ dB, and the corresponding MUTE GROUP
MASTER button is turned on, this button will light orange.
2
3
3.
Use the MUTE GROUP 1–8 buttons to select the mute group to which you want to
assign channels.
4.
Press the [SEL] key for the input channels/output channels that you want to assign
(multiple selections are allowed).
The [SEL] keys for the assigned channels will light, and the corresponding channels will be
highlighted in red in the mute group assign field of the window. To cancel an assignment, press a
lit [SEL] key once again to make it go dark.
5.
Assign channels to other mute groups in the same way.
5
4
6
7
NOTE
You may assign a single channel to more than one mute group.
1 CLEAR ALL button
6.
Clears all channels that are assigned to the currently-selected mute group.
2 DCA GROUP ASSIGN/MUTE GROUP ASSIGN buttons
Toggle between the DCA GROUP ASSIGN popup window and the MUTE GROUP ASSIGN
popup window.
When you finish making assignments, press the CLOSE button to close the popup
window, and press the × symbol in the Function Access Area (CH JOB display).
You will return to the previous screen. The DCA/MUTE GROUP field of the OVERVIEW screen
indicates the mute group(s) to which each channel is assigned. Numbers that are lit red in the
lower row of this field indicate the mute groups to which that channel belongs.
3 Mute group assign field
This area displays the channels assigned to the currently-selected mute group.
While this window is displayed, press the [SEL] key for the channel that you want to assign to the
mute group. The on-screen fader for that channel will turn red and the channel will be assigned
to the mute group. Press the same [SEL] key once again if you want to remove the channel from
the group.
If the MUTE SAFE button is on, this field displays the channels that are targets for mute safe (that
is, excluded from the mute groups). The operation procedure to apply or cancel mute safe to the
channels is the same as that for assigning or removing channels to or from a mute group. The onscreen faders of the assigned channels will turn green.
NOTE
If the dimmer level is set to any level other than –∞ dB, and the corresponding MUTE GROUP
MASTER button is turned on, these numbers will light orange.
For a channel for which the Mute Safe function (see page 70) has been turned on, an “S”
indicator will light up green at the right end of the bottom row.
4 Mute group select button
Selects the mute group that you want to assign.
5 MUTE SAFE button
Use this button if you want to exclude a specific channel from all mute groups, regardless of its
assignment settings. The mute group assign field displays the channels that are excluded from the
mute groups. For more information on mute safe, “Using the Mute Safe function” on page 70.
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■ Selecting the mute groups to which a specific channel will belong
Using mute groups
1.
Press the [SEL] key for the input channel/output channel that you want to assign.
2.
Press a knob in the SELECTED CHANNEL section to access the SELECTED CHANNEL
VIEW screen.
In this screen you can view the mix parameters for the currently-selected channel.
To control mute groups, you can use the MUTE GROUP MASTER buttons in the MUTE GROUP
ASSIGN popup window. In addition, it may prove convenient if you assign the Mute On/Off function
for a mute group 1–8 to a USER DEFINED key.
3.
Use the mute group select buttons to select the mute group(s) to
which the currently-selected channel will be assigned (multiple
selections are allowed).
4.
Select the mute group(s) for other channels in the same way.
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1.
In the Function Access Area, press the SETUP button to access the SETUP screen.
2.
In the upper left of the screen, press the USER SETUP button to access the USER
SETUP popup window.
This popup window enables you to limit available functionality by user, and also to make systemwide settings. This window includes several pages, which you can switch between using the tabs
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Press the USER DEFINED KEYS tab to select the USER DEFINED KEYS page.
The USER DEFINED KEYS page enables you to assign functions to USER DEFINED keys [1]–
[16].
USER DEFINED key popup button
4.
Press the popup button for the USER DEFINED key to which you want to assign the
Mute On/Off function.
The USER DEFINED KEY SETUP popup window will appear.
5.
Choose “MUTE MASTER” in the FUNCTION column, and choose “MUTE GROUP x”
(where “x” is the mute group number) in the PARAMETER 1 column.
Then, press the OK button.
To select an item in each column, use / buttons or the multifunction knobs. When you press
the OK button, the Mute On/Off function for the specified mute group will be assigned to the
USER DEFINED key that you selected in step 4, and you will return to the USER DEFINED KEYS
page.
6.
In the same way, assign the Mute On/Off function for another mute group to a
different USER DEFINED key.
7.
When you finish assigning functions to USER DEFINED keys, press the × symbol to
close the USER DEFINED KEYS page.
8.
In the Function Access Area, press the SETUP button to close the SETUP screen.
9.
To mute a mute group, press the USER DEFINED key [1]–[16] that has been
assigned to the desired mute group.
The LED of the USER DEFINED key will light, and all channels that belong to the selected mute
group will be muted. At this time, the [ON] keys for the muted channels will blink. You can turn
on multiple USER DEFINED keys to mute multiple mute groups.
10.
To defeat muting for a mute group, press the USER DEFINED key that you lit in step
9.
NOTE
Even if a channel is assigned to a mute group, it will not be affected by operations of the USER
DEFINED key if the [ON] key for that channel is already turned off to begin with.
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Channel Link function
Using the Mute Safe function
Specific channels that belong to a mute group can be temporarily excluded from mute group operations
(Mute Safe).
1.
In the Function Access Area, press the CH JOB button.
2.
Press the MUTE GROUP button to access the DCA/MUTE GROUP ASSIGN MODE
popup window.
3.
Press the MUTE SAFE button.
4.
Press a [SEL] key to select the channel(s) that you want to exclude from mute
groups (multiple selections are allowed).
The [SEL] key will light, and the corresponding channel in the mute group assign field of the
window will be highlighted in green. You can cancel the Mute Safe status by pressing a lit [SEL]
key once again to make it go dark.
Channels that are set to Mute Safe will not be affected when you mute a mute group to which that
channel belongs.
Channel Link is a function that links the operation of parameters such as fader and EQ between input
channels.
The parameters to be linked can be selected from the following choices.
• Head amp settings
• Digital gain settings
• HPF settings
• EQ settings
• Dynamics 1 settings
• Dynamics 2 settings
• Insert on and insert point settings
• Direct Out on, Direct Out level, and Direct Out point settings
• Send levels and PRE/POST settings of signals sent to MIX buses
• On/off status of signals sent to MIX buses
• Send levels and PRE/POST settings of signals sent to MATRIX buses
• On/off status of signals sent to MATRIX buses
• Fader operations
• [ON] key operations
• TO STEREO/MONO setting
• DELAY setting
• DCA GROUP ASSIGN setting
• MUTE GROUP ASSIGN and MUTE SAFE settings
Two or more input channels that are linked are called a “link group.” There is no limit on the number
of link groups you can create, or on the number or combination of input channels that can be included
in these link groups. You can select the types of parameters to be linked for each link group.
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1 Channel display field
Linking the desired input channels
When you create a link group, the corresponding channels will be highlighted. If there are two or
more link groups, each group is shown in a different color.
This section explains how to link specific parameters of input channels.
NOTE
NOTE
Channel link settings are saved as part of the scene.
1.
2.
Left and right of the ST IN channel are always linked.
In the Function Access Area, press the CH JOB
button.
Press the CH LINK button to open the CH LINK
MODE popup window.
In this popup window you can view the channels that are
linked and specify the parameters that will be linked. The
window includes the following items.
2 LINK PARAMETER field
Use the buttons in this field to select the parameters that you want to link. You can do this
independently for each link group.
CH LINK button
3 SEND PARAMETER field
If you have turned on the MIX ON, MIX SEND, MATRIX ON, or MATRIX send buttons in the
LINK PARAMETER field, use the buttons in this field to specify the send-destination bus(es).
NOTE
NOTE
In the case of the CL3/CL1, faders that do not exist on those models will not be shown.
You can also access this window by simultaneously
pressing and then releasing the [SEL] keys of two or more
channels that will be linked.
3.
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Use the buttons in the LINK PARAMETER field to select the parameter(s) that will
be linked (multiple selections are allowed).
The table below lists the parameters you can select in the LINK PARAMETER field.
HA
Head amp settings
HPF
HPF settings
DIGITAL GAIN
Digital gain settings
EQ
EQ settings
DYNAMICS 1, 2
Dynamics 1 and 2 settings
INSERT
Insert settings
DIRECT OUT
Direct Out settings
MIX SEND
Send levels of signals sent to MIX buses
MIX ON
On/off status of signals sent to MIX buses
MATRIX SEND
Send levels of signals sent to MATRIX buses
MATRIX ON
On/off status of signals sent to MATRIX buses
FADER
Fader operations
DCA
DCA group assignment
CH ON
Channel on/off
MUTE
Mute group assignment
TO STEREO
On/off status of signals sent to STEREO/MONO buses
DELAY
Channel delay settings
NOTE
• If you link Dynamics 1 or 2 for two or more input channels, the parameter values will be linked,
but the key-in signals are not linked. For details about dynamics, see “EQ and Dynamics” on
page 56.
• If you turn on the EQ button or DYNAMICS 1/2 button, library recall operations will also be linked.
• The HA analog gain setting and the fader operation will be linked and will maintain the same
relative level difference between the channels.
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4.
If you turned on the MIX ON, MIX SEND, MATRIX ON, or MATRIX SEND buttons in
step 3, use the buttons in the SEND PARAMETER field to specify the bus(es) for
which you want operations to be linked (multiple selections are allowed).
The table below lists the buttons you can select in the SEND PARAMETER field.
MIX 1–24
MIX buses 1–24
MATRIX 1–8
MATRIX buses 1–8
You can also perform the operations from step 5 on screen.
5.
To link channels, press the channel display field.
The CH LINK SET popup window will appear.
6.
Select a channel that you want to link.
7.
To confirm the link, press the LINK
button in the lower left of the screen.
An alphabetical character that indicates the link
group will appear on the selected channel
button.
NOTE
If nothing is selected in the SEND PARAMETER field, the send on/off and send level parameters
will not be linked.
5.
To link channels, hold down the [SEL] key for the link-source input channel and
press the [SEL] key for the link-destination channel.
At this time, the values of the parameters you selected in steps 3 and 4 will be copied from the
link-source to the link-destination channel. Subsequent operations of the parameters you selected
in steps 3 and 4 will be linked between channels that belong to the same link group.
The current link status is displayed in the channel display field of the window.
NOTE
• If you want to link three or more channels, hold down the link-source [SEL] key and successively
press the [SEL] key for each channel you want to add to the link group.
• When you press the [SEL] key for a channel (that belongs to a link group) to make it light, the
[SEL] keys of all channels that belong to the same link group will blink.
• If you link an input channel to a ST IN channel, parameters that do not exist for a ST IN channel
will be ignored.
6.
If you want to add a new channel to an existing link group, hold down any [SEL]
key within the group and press the [SEL] key for the channel that you want to add
to the group.
NOTE
If the link-destination channel is already assigned to another link group, the channel will be
removed from the previous group and added to the newly assigned group.
7.
To remove a channel from a link group, hold down any [SEL] key in the same link
group, and press the [SEL] key for the channel that you want to remove.
NOTE
You can also remove all linked channels from the same link group temporarily. This can be helpful
if you want to edit parameters that are linked to each other while maintaining the same relative
level differences. For example, this may be the case for parameters such as the HA analog gain
and fader, or if you want to change the level balance between channels that belong to the same
link group. While pressing and holding down the [SEL] key for the desired linked channel, adjust
the parameter value.
While you are holding down the [SEL] key, the HA analog gain and fader values will not be linked.
(However, you cannot temporarily cancel this link during the “fading” phase of a recalled scene.)
NOTE
If you use CL5 settings data on the CL3/CL1, or CL3 settings data on the CL1, buttons will be
shown crossed-out if they are assigned to a channel that does not exist on that model.
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In the same way, link other channels as you wish.
9.
When you have finished linking channels, press the CLOSE button.
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1 SOURCE CH field
Copying, moving, or initializing a channel
This field displays the copy-source channel. While this window is displayed, press a [SEL] key on
the top panel to select a channel. The field will indicate the selected channel.
You can copy or move mix parameters between channels, or restore the parameters of a specific channel
to their default settings.
Before select ion
Aft er select ion
Copying the parameters of a channel
You can copy the mix parameter settings of a channel to another channel. When you execute the copy
operation, the settings will overwrite the parameters of the copy-destination.
You can copy between the following combinations of channels.
• Between input channels
• Between the STEREO L/R channel and MONO channel
• Between MIX channels
• Between MATRIX channels
1.
In the Function Access Area, press the CH JOB button to
access the CH JOB menu.
2.
Press the COPY button to access the CH COPY MODE
popup window.
If the copy source is a MIX/MATRIX channel, buttons will
appear so you will be able to select parameters to copy.
COPY TARGET field
• MODULE PARAMETERS button
Selected channel module parameters
This popup window enables you to copy channel settings. The
window contains the following items.
• WITH MIX SEND/WITH MATRIX SEND button
SEND parameters of signals sent to the selected channel
COPY button
2 DESTINATION CHs field
This field displays the copy-destination channel. After you
select the copy source, if you select a copy-destination channel
by pressing its [SEL] key (multiple selections are allowed), this
field will display the selected channel.
NOTE
In the case of the CL3/CL1, faders that do not exist on those
models will not be shown.
3 COPY button
Executes the copy operation. After selecting the copy-source channel and copy-destination
channel(s), press this button to execute the copy operation.
4 CLOSE button
Press this button to close the popup window and return to the previous screen.
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Moving the parameters of a channel
To select the copy-source channel, press the corresponding [SEL] key to make it
light.
The corresponding channel is highlighted in the SOURCE CH field of the window.
When you choose the copy-source channel, the DESTINATION CHs field is automatically
bolded, allowing you to select the copy-destination.
If you want to re-select the copy-source channel, press the SOURCE CH field.
The settings of a specific input channel can be moved to a different input channel. When you execute a
Move operation, the numbering of the channels between the move-source and move-destination will
move forward or backward by one.
Move
NOTE
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2
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5
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2
3
4
Copy settings can be made only in the order of “copy-source” → “copy-destination.”
4.
To select the copy-destination channel(s), press the corresponding [SEL] key(s) to
make it light (multiple selections are allowed).
The corresponding channel(s) are highlighted in the DESTINATION CHs field of the window.
The channels that can be selected will depend on the channel you selected in step 3.
If you want to defeat all of the selected copy-destination channels, press the DESTINATION CHs
field.
5.
If you have selected a MIX/MATRIX channel as the copy-source, use the buttons in
the COPY TARGET field to select the parameters you want to copy.
6.
To execute the copy, press the COPY button.
The copy will be executed, and the settings will overwrite the parameters of the copy-destination
channel(s). After the copy has been executed, the SOURCE CH field and DESTINATION CHs
field will be empty.
7.
Move by one.
You can move settings between the following combinations of channels.
• Between input channels
• Between ST IN channels
1.
In the Function Access Area, press the CH JOB button
to access the CH JOB menu.
2.
Press the MOVE button to access the CH MOVE
MODE popup window.
To close the CH COPY MODE popup window, press the CLOSE button.
MOVE button
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3 MOVE button
This popup window lets you move channel settings.
Executes a move operation. After selecting the move-source channel and move-destination
channel, press this button to execute the move.
4 CLOSE button
Press this button to close the popup window and return to the previous screen.
3.
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2
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To select the move-source channel, press the corresponding [SEL] key to make it
light.
The corresponding channel is highlighted in the SOURCE CH field of the window.
When you select the move-source channel, the DESTINATION CH field will automatically be
bolded, allowing you to select the move-destination.
If you want to re-select the move-source channel, press the SOURCE CH field.
NOTE
Settings for the Move operation can be made only in the order of “move-source” → “movedestination.”
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1 SOURCE CH field
4.
To select the move-destination channel, press the corresponding [SEL] key to make
it light.
The corresponding channel is highlighted in the DESTINATION CH field of the window. The
channels that can be selected will depend on the channel you selected in step 3.
If you want to defeat the selected move-destination channel, press the DESTINATION CH field.
5.
To execute the move, press the MOVE button.
The settings of all channels between the move-source and move-destination will shift toward the
move-source by one channel, and the channel settings will move from the move-source to the
move-destination. When the Move has been executed, the SOURCE CH field and
DESTINATION CH field will be empty.
6.
To close the CH MOVE MODE popup window, press the CLOSE button.
This field indicates the move-source channel. While this window is displayed, press a [SEL] key
on the top panel to select an input channel. This field will indicate the selected channel.
You can move settings between monaural input channels, or between ST IN channels.
2 DESTINATION CH field
This field indicates the move-destination channel. After you select the move source, if you select
a move-destination input channel by pressing its [SEL] key, this field will display the selected
channel.
NOTE
In the case of the CL3/CL1, faders that do not exist on those models will not be shown.
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Initializing the parameters of a channel
3.
To select the channel(s) to be initialized, press the corresponding [SEL] key to make
it light (multiple selections are allowed).
The corresponding channel(s) are highlighted in the TARGET CHs field of the window.
If you want to de-select all of the selected channels, press the TARGET CHs field.
4.
To execute the initialization, press the DEFAULT button.
The parameters of the selected channel(s) will be initialized.
After initialization, the TARGET CHs field will be empty (nothing is selected).
5.
To close the CH DEFAULT MODE popup window, press the CLOSE button.
You can restore the parameters of a channel to an initialized state. This operation can be performed on
any channel(s).
1.
2.
In the Function Access Area, press the CH JOB
button to access the CH JOB menu.
Press the DEFAULT button to access the CH
DEFAULT MODE popup window.
This popup window enables you to initialize parameters.
DEFAULT button
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2
3
1 TARGET CHs field
This field indicates the channel selected for initialization. While this window is displayed, press a
[SEL] key on the top panel to select an input channel (multiple selection is allowed). The field will
indicate the selected channel(s). Press the same [SEL] key once again to de-select the channel(s).
NOTE
In the case of the CL3/CL1, faders that do not exist on those models will not be shown.
2 DEFAULT button
After selecting the channel, press this button to execute the initialization operation.
3 CLOSE button
Press this button to close the popup window and return to the previous screen.
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Scene memory
Using scene memories
This chapter explains how to perform scene memory operations.
Storing and recalling scenes
To store the current mix settings as a scene in memory and recall it later, you can use the keys in the
SCENE MEMORY/MONITOR section on the top panel, or you can use the SCENE LIST window.
About scene memories
■ Using the keys in the SCENE MEMORY/MONITOR section
On CL series consoles, you can assign a name to a set of mix parameter and input/output port patch
settings, and store the mix settings in memory (and later recall them from memory) as a “scene.”
Each scene is assigned a number in the range of 000–300. Scene 000 is a read-only scene used to
initialize the mix parameters. Scenes 001–300 are writable scenes.
Each scene contains the position of the top panel faders and [ON] key status, as well as the following
parameters.
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Input/output port patching
Channel name and color
Bus settings
Head amp settings
Digital gain settings
EQ settings
Dynamics 1 and 2 settings
Input delay settings
Rack (GEQ/effect/Premium Rack) settings
Pan/balance settings
Insert/Direct Out settings
On/off status and send level of signals sent to MIX buses
On/off status and send level of signals sent to MATRIX buses
Settings for signals sent to the STEREO/MONO bus
DCA group settings
Mute group settings
Channel link settings
Panel assignment status (PANEL SNAPSHOT)
1.
Use the controllers on the top panel or the buttons on the touch screen to set the
mix parameters as desired.
2.
Use the SCENE MEMORY [INC]/[DEC] keys to
select the store-destination scene number.
The number of the currently-selected scene appears in
the SCENE field in the Function Access Area. When
you select a new scene number, the number will blink.
This blinking indicates that the displayed scene
number is different from the currently-loaded scene
number.
1
2
2
4
3
This field always displays general information about the scene. You can press this field to access
the SCENE LIST window, in which you can view and edit additional settings for the scene.
1 Scene number
Indicates the number of the currently-selected scene.
2 R symbol (READ ONLY)/Protect symbol
Read-only scenes are indicated by an R symbol (READ ONLY) displayed here. Write-protected
scenes are indicated by a Protect symbol.
3 Scene title
Indicates the title of the currently-selected scene.
4 E symbol (EDIT symbol)
This symbol appears when you edit the mix parameters for the currently-loaded scene.
This symbol indicates that you must execute the Store operation if you want to keep the changes
you made.
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5.
Press the SCENE MEMORY [STORE] key or the STORE button located in the lower
part of the SCENE STORE popup window.
The SCENE STORE popup window will close, and a dialog box will ask you to confirm the Store
operation.
6.
To execute the Store operation, press the OK button.
The current mix settings will be stored to the scene number you selected in step 2. When the Store
operation is complete, the scene number in the Function Access Area will stop blinking. If you
want to cancel the Store operation, press the CANCEL button instead of the OK button.
• If you press and hold down either of the SCENE MEMORY [INC]/[DEC] keys, the scene number
will count up or down continuously.
• If you press the SCENE MEMORY [INC] and [DEC] keys simultaneously, the SCENE field
indication will return to the number of the currently-loaded scene.
• You cannot store data to a scene number for which the Protect symbol or R symbol is displayed.
3.
Press the SCENE MEMORY [STORE] key.
The SCENE STORE popup window will appear, allowing you to assign a title or comment to the
scene.
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2
NOTE
You can make settings such that the Store Confirmation dialog box will not appear (see
page 168). In this case, pressing the SCENE MEMORY [STORE] key once will display the
SCENE STORE popup window as usual, and pressing it once again will execute the Store
operation. Alternatively, you can rapidly press the SCENE MEMORY [STORE] key twice to store
without seeing the SCENE STORE popup window.
7.
To recall a stored scene, use the SCENE MEMORY [INC]/[DEC] keys to select the
scene number that you want to recall.
The number of the currently-selected scene appears in the SCENE field of the Function Access
Area.
8.
Press the SCENE MEMORY [RECALL] key.
A dialog box will ask you to confirm the Recall operation.
9.
To execute the Recall operation, press the OK button.
The scene you selected in step 7 will be recalled. If you want to cancel the Recall operation, press
the CANCEL button instead of the OK button.
1 SCENE TITLE field
Press this field to select it, and then enter a title for the scene (maximum 16 characters).
2 COMMENT field
Press this field to select it, and then enter a comment for the scene. You can use this as a
memorandum for each scene (maximum 32 characters).
4.
Assign a title or comment to the scene as desired.
For details on entering text, refer to “Entering names” in the separate Owner’s Manual.
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■ Using the SCENE LIST window
5 Write-protect
1.
Use the controllers on the top panel or the buttons on the touch screen to set the
mix parameters as desired.
2.
Press the SCENE field in the Function Access Area.
The SCENE LIST window will appear, in which you can perform various scene-related
operations. The window includes the following items.
Indicates the Write Protect on/off status. Press this button to write-protect the scene. A lock icon
will appear. Press it again to cancel write protection.
6 Current scene
The currently-selected scene (that is, the current scene) is highlighted in blue in the list. If you
press another scene number in the list, the list will scroll and that scene will become the current
scene.
1 E
7 SCENE SELECT knob
Use the multifunction knobs to select a scene. You can view the currently-selected scene number
immediately below the SCENE SELECT knob.
2
8 MULTI SELECT button
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4
3
You can select consecutive multiple scenes by turning on this button and rotating the
multifunction knob. If this button is off, you can still select consecutive multiple scenes by
rotating the multifunction knob while pressing and holding it down.
9 LAST SCENE button
6
Press this button to select the scene that was recalled most recently.
0 SCENE STORE popup button
This button stores the current mix settings. Press this button to display the SCENE STORE popup
window, which will enable you to assign a name to a scene and store it.
A STORE UNDO button
Undoes the Store operation. This button is valid only immediately after you perform an
Overwrite-store operation.
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B RECALL SCENE button
8
Recalls the currently-selected scene.
C RECALL UNDO button
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D
Undoes the Recall operation. This button is valid only immediately after you perform a Recall
operation.
1 Scene list
D Page switching tabs
This area lists various data about the scenes stored in memory.
Switch views on the right side of the scene list.
2 NO./TITLE buttons
E PREVIEW button
Press these buttons to sort the listed scenes by number or title. Press the same button repeatedly
to toggle between ascending order and descending order.
Press this to select PREVIEW mode, which allows you to view and edit the scene settings in the
display and the panel without affecting the signal processing of the current scene.
3 Scene number
Indicates the current scene number.
4 Scene title
Indicates the scene title. Press this title to display the SCENE TITLE EDIT popup window, in
which you can edit the title.
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12.
To store a scene, rotate one of the multifunction knobs to select the storedestination scene number.
NOTE
• You can select multiple scene numbers as the store-destination. To do so, press the MULTI
SELECT button to turn it on, and then rotate a multifunction knob. Alternatively, rotate the
multifunction knob while pressing and holding it down.
• If you selected multiple scenes as the store-destination, the same contents will be stored in all
selected scene numbers. This is convenient if you want to create several variations based on the
same mix settings.
• You can also use the SCENE MEMORY [INC]/[DEC] keys to select scene numbers.
4.
NOTE
• You can also assign the function of the RECALL UNDO button to a USER DEFINED key
(see page 169).
• You can also use MIDI messages (Program Changes) to recall scenes (see page 152).
Using USER DEFINED keys to recall
Press the STORE button.
The SCENE STORE popup window will appear, allowing you to assign a title or comment to the
scene.
5.
Assign a title or comment to the scene as desired.
6.
Press the STORE button located at the bottom of the SCENE STORE popup window.
The SCENE STORE popup window will close, and a dialog box will ask you to confirm the Store
operation.
7.
To execute the Store operation, press the OK button.
The current mix settings will be stored to the scene number you selected in step 3. If you want to
cancel the Store operation, press the CANCEL button instead of the OK button.
8.
If you want to cancel the overwrite-store operation that you just performed, press
the STORE UNDO button.
Immediately after overwrite-storing a scene, you can use the STORE UNDO button to undo
(cancel) the scene store operation that was executed most recently. When you press the STORE
UNDO button, a dialog box will ask you to confirm the Undo operation. Press the OK button if
you want to execute the Undo operation. After executing the Undo operation, you can press the
STORE UNDO button once again to Redo (re-execute) the Store operation.
You can use the USER DEFINED keys to recall a selected scene with a single keystroke, or to step
through the scenes. To do this, you must first assign a scene recall operation to a USER DEFINED key.
The following recall operations can be assigned to a USER DEFINED key.
• INC RECALL
Immediately recalls the scene for the number that follows the currently-loaded scene.
• DEC RECALL
Immediately recalls the scene for the number that precedes the currently-loaded scene.
NOTE
If no scene is stored in the number that precedes or follows the currently-loaded scene, the
closest scene number in which a scene is stored will be recalled.
• DIRECT RECALL
Directly recalls the scene number that you assigned to the USER DEFINED key. When you press
a USER DEFINED key to which this function is assigned, the assigned scene will be recalled
immediately.
To assign one of these functions to a USER DEFINED key so that a scene can be recalled in a single
keystroke, proceed as follows.
NOTE
• The STORE UNDO button is available only immediately after overwrite-storing.
• You can also assign the function of the STORE UNDO button to a USER DEFINED key
(see page 169).
9.
To recall a scene, rotate one of the multifunction knobs to select the store-source
scene number.
10.
Press the RECALL button.
A dialog box will ask you to confirm the Recall operation.
11.
To execute the Recall operation, press the OK button.
The scene you selected in step 9 will be recalled. If you want to cancel the Recall operation, press
the CANCEL button instead of the OK button.
If you want to cancel the Recall operation that you just performed, press the
RECALL UNDO button.
A dialog box will ask you to confirm the Undo operation. Press the OK button if you want to
execute the operation. After undoing the recall, you can press the RECALL UNDO button once
again to Redo (re-execute).
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In the Function Access Area, press the SETUP button to access the SETUP screen.
2.
In the upper left of the screen, press the USER SETUP button to access the USER
SETUP popup window.
This window includes several pages, which you can switch between using the tabs located at the
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5.
Press the USER DEFINED KEYS tab to select the USER DEFINED KEYS page.
The USER DEFINED KEYS page enables you to assign functions to USER DEFINED keys [1]–
[16].
In the FUNCTION column, select “SCENE.”
Proceed as follows, depending on the function you want to assign.
• To assign INC RECALL or DEC RECALL
Choose “INC RECALL” or “DEC RECALL” in the PARAMETER 1 column.
• To assign DIRECT RECALL
Choose “DIRECT RECALL” in the PARAMETER 1 column, and choose “SCENE #xxx” (xxx is
the scene number) in the PARAMETER 2 column.
4.
6.
When you have finished making settings, press the OK button to close the popup
window.
If desired, assign scene-recall functions to other USER DEFINED keys in the same way.
7.
Press the USER DEFINED key to which you want to assign a recall function.
The corresponding scene will be recalled.
Press the popup button for the USER DEFINED key to which you want to assign a
function.
The USER DEFINED KEY SETUP popup window will appear.
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1 COMMENT sort button
Editing scene memories
Sorts scenes in alphabetical order of the comments in the COMMENT field. Each time you press
this button, the list will alternate between ascending and descending order.
This section explains how to sort the scenes stored in scene memory, edit their titles, and copy and paste
them.
2 COMMENT field
Press this field to open the SCENE COMMENT EDIT popup window, in which you can enter
comments for the scene.
Sorting scene memories
1.
3 STATUS field
Press the SCENE field in the Function Access Area.
The SCENE LIST window will appear, in which you can perform various operations related to
scene memory. You can use tabs to switch the view of the right half of the SCENE LIST window
between five different fields (COMMENT/FOCUS/FADE TIME/GPI OUT/PLAYBACK LINK).
Indicators in this field indicate the setting status of the FOCUS, FADE TIME, PLAYBACK
(playback link), and GPI (General Purpose Interface) functions. (The Playback Link function
plays a desired song in a specified time duration after a scene is recalled.)
4 TIME STAMP sort button
Sorts scenes in chronological order based on the date and time in the TIME STAMP field. Each
time you press this button, the list will alternate between ascending and descending order.
5 TIME STAMP field
Indicates the date and time the scene was stored.
For details on the TIME STAMP display format, refer to “Setting the date and time of the internal
clock” on page 204.
2.
Press the COMMENT tab at the bottom of the SCENE LIST window.
The COMMENT field will appear in the right half of the SCENE LIST window.
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6 CURRENT SETTING field
Specifies the content that will be saved by the next scene store operation. Changes made here are
immediately reflected on the CL series console.
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3.
To select a scene number, rotate one of the multifunction knobs on the top panel.
The line highlighted in blue in the scene list indicates the scene currently selected for operations.
4.
To sort the list, press one of the column headers “NO.”, “TITLE,” “COMMENT,” or
“TIME STAMP” at the top of the scene list and COMMENT field.
The list will be sorted as follows, according to the column title you press.
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1 NO.
Sorts the list in order of scene number.
2 TITLE
Sorts the list in numerical/alphabetical order of title.
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Sorts the list in numerical/alphabetical order of comments.
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4 TIME STAMP
4 CUT button
Sorts the list in order of date of creation.
Press this button to delete the selected scene and copy it to buffer memory. The numbers of the
subsequent scenes will be decremented by one.
NOTE
By pressing the same location again, you can change the sorting order (ascending or
descending).
5.
5 INSERT button
Press this button to insert the scene copied to buffer memory into the selected scene number. The
numbers of the subsequent scenes will be incremented by one.
If you want to edit the title or comment of a scene, press the TITLE field or
COMMENT field of the scene to access the SCENE TITLE EDIT or SCENE COMMENT
EDIT popup window.
6 UNDO button
Cancels the most recent scene memory paste, clear, cut, or insert operation and restores the
previous state.
NOTE
You cannot edit the title or comment of a read-only scene or a write-protected scene.
6.
2.
To enable/disable the protect setting, press the protect symbol.
A protect symbol is displayed for write-protected scenes. These scenes cannot be overwritten.
Copying and pasting a scene
NOTE
The R symbol for scene number 000 cannot be disabled.
7.
You can copy a scene into buffer memory, and then paste it to a different scene number.
NOTE
Use the tool buttons to edit the scene memory.
For details, refer to the section “Scene memory editing” that follows.
The Global Paste function enables you to copy any channel or any parameter settings for the
current scene, then paste the data into any single or multiple scenes in memory (see page 85).
Scene memory editing
The scenes stored in scene memory can be copied and pasted to other scene numbers, or cleared
(erased).
1.
1.
Press the SCENE field in the Function Access Area.
The SCENE LIST window will appear.
2.
Rotate one of the multifunction knobs to select the copy-source scene number, and
then press the COPY button.
A dialog box will ask you to confirm the Copy operation.
3.
To execute the copy, press the OK button.
The scene you selected in step 2 will be saved in buffer memory.
Press the SCENE field in the Function Access Area.
The SCENE LIST window will appear, in which you can perform various operations for scene
memory. You can edit scene memories using the buttons located in the upper part of the SCENE
LIST window.
The function of each button is described below.
1
Perform the desired editing operation.
For more information about the procedure, refer to the corresponding explanations that follow.
2
3
4
5
6
1 COPY button
NOTE
Press this button to copy the scene to buffer memory.
• Be aware that if you copy or cut another scene before you paste, the newly copied or cut scene
will overwrite the scene in the buffer memory.
• You cannot select multiple scenes as the copy-source.
2 PASTE button
Press this button to overwrite the selected scene with the scene in buffer memory.
3 CLEAR button
Press this button to erase the selected scene.
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Cutting a scene
Rotate one of the multifunction knobs to select the paste-destination scene
number, and then press the PASTE button.
A dialog box will ask you to confirm the Paste operation.
This section explains how to cut a scene.
When you cut a scene, the numbers of the subsequent scenes will be decremented accordingly. You can
paste or insert a cut scene at the desired location.
1.
Press the SCENE field in the Function Access Area.
The SCENE LIST window will appear.
2.
Rotate one of the multifunction knobs to select the scene number that you want
to cut, and then press the CUT button.
A dialog box will ask you to confirm the Cut operation.
NOTE
• You can select multiple paste-destination scenes. To do so, press the MULTI SELECT button to
turn it on, and then rotate a multifunction knob. Alternatively, rotate the multifunction knob while
pressing and holding it down. In this case, the same content will be pasted to all selected scenes.
• A copied scene can also be inserted (see page 85).
• If nothing has been stored in the buffer memory, the PASTE button will be unavailable.
5.
To execute the paste operation, press the OK button.
The scene stored in the buffer memory will be pasted to the scene number you selected in step 4.
If you want to cancel the Paste operation, press the CANCEL button instead of the OK button.
NOTE
If the scene list has been sorted in any other way than by number (in the “NO.” column), the CUT
button will be unavailable.
Clearing a scene
1.
Press the SCENE field in the Function Access Area.
The SCENE LIST window will appear.
2.
Rotate one of the multifunction knobs to select the scene number that you want
to clear, and then press the CLEAR button.
A dialog box will ask you to confirm the Clear operation.
3.
To execute the Cut operation, press the OK button.
The scene(s) you selected in step 2 will be cut, and the numbers of the subsequent scenes will be
decremented accordingly. At this time, the scene that was cut will be stored in buffer memory.
NOTE
Read-only scenes or write-protected scenes cannot be cut.
4.
If desired, you can paste (see page 83) or insert the cut scene (that was held in the
buffer memory).
NOTE
Be aware that if you copy or cut another scene before you paste or insert, the newly copied or
cut scene will overwrite the scene in the buffer memory.
NOTE
You may select multiple scenes to be cleared. To do so, press the MULTI SELECT button to turn
it on, and then rotate a multifunction knob. Alternatively, rotate the multifunction knob while
pressing and holding it down.
3.
To execute the Clear operation, press the OK button.
The scene number(s) you selected in step 2 will be cleared. If you want to cancel the Clear
operation, press the CANCEL button instead of the OK button.
NOTE
Read-only scenes or write-protected scenes cannot be cleared.
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Using the Global Paste function
Inserting a scene
You can insert a scene held in buffer memory at a desired scene number location.
1.
Press the SCENE field in the Function Access Area.
The SCENE LIST window will appear.
2.
Perform the Copy operation (see page 83) or Cut operation so that the scene you
want to insert is placed in buffer memory.
“Global Paste” is a function that lets you copy and paste settings for the desired channel or parameter
from the current scene to scene data in memory (multiple selections are allowed). This can be
convenient if you want to apply changes (that you made to the current scene) to multiple scenes that
have already been stored.
NOTE
The Global Paste function will be available for a user if the SCENE LIST STORE/SORT
parameter is turned on in his or her user level settings.
NOTE
You cannot copy or cut multiple scenes as the source.
3.
Rotate one of the multifunction knobs to select the insert-destination scene
number, and then press the INSERT button.
A dialog box will ask you to confirm the Insert operation.
1.
In the Function Access Area, press the SCENE field to access the SCENE LIST
window.
2.
Press the GLOBAL PASTE button located in the upper part of the SCENE LIST
window to open the GLOBAL PASTE window.
This window enables you to select the copy-source channels/parameters and specify the pastedestination scene number.
NOTE
• If you select multiple scenes as the insert-destination, the same scene will be inserted the
selected number of times.
• If the scene list has been sorted in any way other than by number (in the “NO.” column), the
INSERT button will be unavailable.
• If nothing has been stored in the buffer memory, the INSERT button will be unavailable.
• The INSERT button will be unavailable if there is already a scene stored at scene number 300,
or if the Insert operation would cause an already-stored scene to exceed number 300.
4.
1
2
To execute the Insert operation, press the OK button.
The scene stored in buffer memory will be inserted at the scene number you selected in step 3. If
you selected multiple scenes as the insert-destination, the same scene will be inserted multiple
times starting at the scene number you selected.
Scenes that were stored in subsequent numbers following that location will be updated and
increase by the number of scenes that were inserted.
1 SET BY SEL button
Turn on this button to add a channel by using the corresponding [SEL] key.
2 CLEAR ALL button/SET ALL button
The CLEAR ALL button clears all of the selected channels. The SET ALL button selects all
channels simultaneously.
NOTE
In the case of the CL3/CL1, faders that do not exist on those models will not be shown.
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Use the tabs to select one of the following as the type of item you want to copy.
INPUT
OUTPUT
RACK
PATCH/NAME
DCA
4.
DYNA 1
INSERT
INSERT PATCH
FADER
CH ON
TO ST/BAL
MONO
MATRIX SEND
MATRIX ON
WITH SEND FROM
SOURCE CHs
Input channel and its parameters
Output channel and its parameters
GEQ/effect/Premium rack
Input/output patch, channel name
DCA group
Select the copy-source channel or parameter.
The view will vary depending on the tab you select.
You cannot select different parameters from different channels.
To select a channel, press the corresponding [SEL] key on the top panel.
• RACK tab
Enables you to choose from GEQ RACK, EFFECT RACK, or PREMIUM RACK. You can
individually select an GEQ for a Flex15GEQ or an effect used in dual mode.
• INPUT tab
Select an input channel in the upper left area, and select its parameter in the lower left area.
You can select the following parameters.
ALL
INPUT PATCH
NAME
HA
DELAY
HPF
DIGITAL GAIN
EQ
DYNA 1
DYNA 2
MIX SEND
MATRIX SEND
FADER
CH ON
INSERT
INSERT PATCH
DIRECT OUT
MIX ON
MATRIX ON
TO ST
MONO
• PATCH/NAME tab
You can select the following parameters.
All input channel parameters
Input patch settings
Channel name, icon, and channel color
Settings for the head amp assigned to the corresponding input channel,
and phase
Input delay settings
HPF settings
Digital gain settings for the corresponding input channel
EQ settings
Dynamics 1 settings (including KEY IN SOURCE and KEY IN FILTER)
Dynamics 2 settings (including KEY IN SOURCE)
Send level, pan, and PRE/POST of the signal sent to a MIX bus
Send level, pan, and PRE/POST of the signal sent to a MATRIX bus
Fader level
On/off status of [ON] keys
Insert on/off status and insert point
Insert in/out patch settings, head amp settings for insert-in
Direct Out on/off, Direct Out level, Direct Out point and patch settings
Send on/off to a MIX bus
Send on/off to a MATRIX bus
TO ST on/off status, pan/balance settings
TO MONO on/off status
INPUT PATCH
OUTPUT PATCH
INPUT NAME
OUTPUT NAME
HA
CH LINK
All input channel patches, insert in/out patches, Direct Out patches
All output channel patches, insert in/out patches
Channel names, icons, and colors for all input channels
Channel names, icons, and colors for all output channels
Analog gain, phantom power on/off status, Gain Compensation, phase
settings
Channel link settings
• DCA tab
You can select either ALL or LEVEL/ON. If ALL is selected, all parameters will be copied. If
LEVEL/ON is selected, the master level and DCA channel on/off status will be copied. You can
select copy-source items for each DCA group 1–16 individually.
• OUTPUT tab
Select an output channel in the upper left area, and select its parameter in the lower left area.
You can select the following parameters.
ALL
OUTPUT PATCH
NAME
EQ
Dynamics 1 settings (including KEY IN SOURCE)
Insert on/off status and insert point
Insert in/out patch settings, head amp settings for insert-in
Fader level
On/off status of [ON] keys
TO ST on/off status, pan/balance settings
TO MONO on/off status (MIX 1-24 only)
Send level, pan, and PRE/POST of the signal sent to a MATRIX bus
Send on/off to a MATRIX bus
SEND parameters of the send-source signal that will be sent to a
channel
5.
In the DESTINATION SCENE area, select the range of paste-destination scenes.
Scenes specified between FROM and TO (inclusive) become the paste destination. Use
multifunction knob 7 to specify the FROM value, and multifunction knob 8 to specify the TO
value.
6.
Press the PASTE button.
The selected items of the current scene will be pasted to the scene(s) in memory.
A progress bar will be displayed as the data is being pasted.
During the paste operation, the STOP button will appear. Press the STOP button if you want to
abort the operation. In that case, part of data will be pasted and you will be unable to undo the
operation.
All output channel parameters
Output patch settings
Channel name, icon, and channel color
EQ settings
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3 FOCUS PARAMETER indicators
“Focus” is a function that lets you specify the scene parameters that will be recalled (loaded) when you
recall a scene. You can specify these settings for each scene. This function is useful if you want to recall
only the input channel settings of a specific scene.
4 CURRENT SETTING field
These indicators show the focus recall settings that are specified for each scene.
Here you can specify the content that will be saved by the next scene store operation.
NOTE
3.
In contrast to Focus, the CL series console features a “Recall Safe” function that enables you to
exclude specific channels and parameters from recall operations. However while the Focus
function is specified for each scene, Recall Safe settings are applied to all scenes.
1.
Press the SCENE field in the Function Access Area.
The SCENE LIST window will appear, in which you can perform various operations for scene
memory.
2.
Press the FOCUS tab at the bottom of the SCENE LIST window.
The FOCUS field will appear in the right half of the SCENE LIST window.
1
Press the SET button for the scene you want to set.
The FOCUS RECALL popup window will appear. The window contains the following items.
1
2
2
3
3
1 CLEAR ALL button/SET ALL button
Turns off (or on) all focus channel selections and global focus parameter settings.
■ Focus channel display field
Indicates the target channel for a Recall operation. The view of this field is the same as that in the
RECALL SAFE popup window.
To add channels as the target, turn the SET BY SEL button 2 on, and then press the corresponding
[SEL] keys for the desired channels.
4
2 SET BY SEL button
1 FOCUS button
Turn on this button to add a channel by using the corresponding [SEL] key. When you press the
[SEL] key of a channel, the on-screen fader of the corresponding channel will turn green (all
parameters will be recalled) or blue (only some parameters will be recalled). Press the same [SEL]
key once again to de-select the channel.
Enables or disables the Focus function for each scene.
2 SET popup button
Press this button to access the FOCUS RECALL popup screen, which allows you to select the
parameters that will be subject to recall.
NOTE
In the case of the CL3/CL1, channels that do not exist on those models will not be shown.
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■ Channel focus parameter display field
Enables you to select parameters for each channel that will be affected by Recall operations. You can use
the same procedure as that in the RECALL SAFE popup window.
Using the Recall Safe function
“Recall Safe” is a function that excludes only specific parameters/channels (DCA groups) from Recall
operations. Unlike the Focus settings (see page 87), which you can apply to individual scenes, the Recall
Safe settings are globally applied to all scenes.
3 FOCUS button
Switches the Focus Recall function on or off.
■ GLOBAL FOCUS PARAMETER field
Indicates the parameters and racks that will be affected by Recall operations for any scene. Procedures
and contents are the same as those in the RECALL SAFE MODE popup window.
4.
1.
In the Function Access Area, press the CH JOB
button to access the CH JOB popup window.
2.
Press the RECALL SAFE button to access the
RECALL SAFE MODE popup window.
Follow the procedure starting with step 2 in the “Using the Recall Safe function”
section to make settings.
5.
If you want only specific parameters to be recalled for the selected channel or DCA
group, use the buttons other than ALL in the channel focus parameter display field
to select the parameters that will be recalled (multiple selections are allowed). If
you want all parameters to be recalled, turn on the ALL button (this is the default
setting).
If the ALL button is on, all other buttons for that scene will be turned off. Turning on any other
button will turn off the ALL button.
6.
Recall a scene for which you have made Focus settings.
Only the channels (DCA groups) / parameters selected in the FOCUS RECALL popup window
will be recalled. Bus settings will always reproduce the state of the recalled scene, regardless of the
Focus Recall settings.
RECALL SAFE button
In this popup window, you can make settings for the
Recall Safe function. The window contains the
following items.
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NOTE
• Scenes for which Focus settings are made are marked by a “FOCUS” indicator in the STATUS
field of the SCENE LIST window (COMMENT tab).
• You can use the Focus function in conjunction with the Recall Safe function. Channels or
parameters that are excluded from Recall operations by either Focus or Recall Safe will not be
recalled.
3
5
6
9
7
8
1 CLEAR ALL button/SET ALL button
The CLEAR ALL button turns off (disables) the Recall Safe function (that is currently set for
individual channels) and the Global Recall Safe function simultaneously. The SET ALL button
turns on (enables) these functions simultaneously.
NOTE
The selection of parameters that would be affected by the Recall Safe function will not change.
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2 CH RECALL SAFE field
9 SAFE PARAMETER SELECT field (excluding DCA groups)
Indicates the channels currently specified for the Recall Safe function.
Selects Recall Safe parameters for the selected channel.
The button indication varies depending on the channel type, as follows:
3 SET BY SEL button
• Input channel
Enables you to use the [SEL] keys on the panel to select channels that will be affected by the Recall
Safe function. Turn this button on, and then press the [SEL] key for the channel to which you want
to apply Recall Safe. The on-screen fader of the corresponding channel will turn green (all
parameters for the channel will be affected by the Recall Safe function), or turn blue (some
parameters for the channel will be affected by the Recall Safe function). Press the same [SEL] key
once again to de-select the channel.
NOTE
ST IN channels do not feature INSERT, INSERT PATCH, or DIRECT OUT button.
All parameters are affected by Recall Safe on these channels.
• MIX channel
Some parameters are affected by Recall Safe on these channels.
Recall Safe has been canceled on these channels.
• MATRIX channel
4 GLOBAL RECALL SAFE field
Indicates the state of Recall Safe settings that are not made in units of channels, and the Recall Safe
settings for racks. Press this field to open the GLOBAL RECALL SAFE popup window.
• STEREO channel
5 Channel select button
Selects the channel for which you want to set the Recall Safe function.
NOTE
Switching channels using this button will not affect the channel selection on the top panel.
6 Selected channel display
• MONO channel
This area indicates the icon, number, color, and name of the currently-selected channel.
7 APPLY TO ALL INPUT button (input channels only)
Turn on this button to apply the Recall Safe parameter selection for one input channel to all other
input channels.
This can be convenient if you want to apply Recall Safe to the same parameters for all input
channels.
If Recall Safe is turned on for global parameters, the safe parameter select buttons of the selected
channel will light green, as follows.
8 APPLY TO ALL OUTPUT button (output channels only)
Turn on this button to apply Recall Safe parameter selection for one output channel to all other
output channels.
This can be convenient if you want to apply Recall Safe to the same parameters for all output
channels.
In this illustration, the items that are lit green indicate that the INPUT PATCH, INSERT PATCH,
and DIRECT OUT parameters have been set to Safe by the INPUT PATCH Global parameter
settings.
In the same way, turning on the Global parameters INPUT NAME, OUTPUT PATCH, OUTPUT
NAME , and HA will cause the corresponding safe parameters of each channel to light green.
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On-screen buttons and corresponding parameters apply to the following channels:
Button name
WITH MIX SEND
Corresponding parameter
Input
channel
Send level to the MIX bus
MIX
channel
MATRIX
channel
STEREO/
MONO
channel
O
WITH MATRIX SEND Send level to MATRIX bus
O
To select the channel or DCA group that will be affected by Recall Safe operations,
press the corresponding [SEL] key.
The corresponding channel or DCA group will be enclosed by a white frame in the CH RECALL
SAFE field. (However, this white frame does not mean that the Recall Safe setting is now enabled.)
The selected channel or DCA groups 1–8 or 9–16 will be recalled to the SAFE PARAMETER
SELECT field.
NOTE
ALL
All parameters
O
HA
HA-related settings
O
HPF
HPF settings
O
EQ
EQ settings
O
O
O
O
DYNA 1
Dynamics 1 settings
O
O
O
O
DYNA 2
Dynamics 2 settings
O
MIX SEND
Send level to MIX bus
O
MATRIX SEND
Send level to MATRIX bus
O
O
O
NOTE
FADER
Fader settings
O
O
O
O
CH ON
[ON] key settings
O
O
O
O
TO ST
On/off setting for STEREO bus
assignment, PAN, etc.
O
O
• Simply selecting a parameter in step 4 does not enable Recall Safe. To turn Recall Safe on or off,
you must also perform the operation described in step 5 (see page 91).
• While the APPLY TO ALL INPUT button (or the APPLY TO ALL OUTPUT button) is on, operations
in the SAFE PARAMETER SELECT field will apply to all input channels (or output channels).
MONO
On/off setting for MONO bus
assignment
O
O
INPUT PATCH
Input Patching
O
DIGITAL GAIN
Digital gain settings
O
INSERT
Insert on/off
O*1
O
O
O
*1
O
O
O
O
INSERT PATCH
Insert patch settings
O
DIRECT OUT
Direct Out settings
O*1
MIX ON
MIX Send On/Off
O
MATRIX ON
MATRIX Send On/Off
O
DELAY
Delay settings
O
NAME
Channel name
O
OUTPUT PATCH
Output Patching
BAL
BLANCE parameter settings
O
O
If the CH RECALL SAFE field’s SET BY SEL button is on, Recall Safe will be enabled when you
press the [SEL] key, and the corresponding channel or DCA group will be highlighted in the CH
RECALL SAFE field. You can select parameters as described in step 4 even after turning Recall
Safe on.
4.
If you want to enable Recall Safe for specific parameters of the selected channel or
DCA group, make the following settings in the SAFE PARAMETER SELECT field.
• If an input channel is selected:
Use the buttons in the lower part of the SAFE PARAMETER SELECT field (except for the “ALL”
button) to select the parameters that will be subject to Recall Safe (multiple selections are
allowed). If you want all parameters to be subject to Recall Safe, turn on the ALL button (this is
the default setting).
O
• If a ST IN channel is selected:
Use the same steps as those for an input channel. (Different buttons will be displayed.)
• If a MIX channel is selected:
Use the buttons in the lower part of the SAFE PARAMETER SELECT field (except for the “ALL”
button) to select the parameters that will be subject to Recall Safe (multiple selections are allowed).
In addition, you can use the WITH MIX SEND button displayed in the lower left of the field to enable
Recall Safe for the on/off status and send level of signals sent from input channels to MIX buses.
If you want all parameters shown in the lower part of the field to be subject to Recall Safe, turn on
the ALL button (this is the default setting).
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
(stereo only)
• If a MATRIX channel is selected:
Use the same steps as those for a MIX channel. (Different types of buttons will be displayed.)
*1. ST IN channels do not feature these buttons.
• If a DCA group is selected:
If you press a [SEL] key for a DCA group, all parameters for the DCA groups (selected from DCA
groups 1–8 and DCA groups 9–16) will be displayed simultaneously. For the parameters that will
be subject to Recall Safe, you can select either “ALL” or “LEVEL/ON” (fader position and on/off
status of the [ON] key). Recall Safe will be enabled when you make this selection.
If you want all parameters of the DCA group to be subject to Recall Safe, turn on the ALL button.
Unlike when a channel is selected, Recall Safe will be enabled for that DCA group the moment
you turn on either the LEVEL/ON button or the ALL button.
0 SAFE PARAMETER SELECT field (DCA)
Enables you to select parameters for a DCA group that will be affected by Recall Safe operations.
If the ALL button is on, all DCA master parameters will be subject to Recall Safe. If LEVEL/ON
is on, the DCA master level and on/off status will be subject to Recall Safe.
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6.
Using the Fade function
To enable Recall Safe for the selected channel, turn on the SAFE button in the SAFE
PARAMETER SELECT field. (If you have selected a DCA group, turn on either the
LEVEL/ON button or the ALL button.)
Channels or DCA groups for which Recall Safe is enabled will be highlighted in the CH RECALL
SAFE field.
“Fade” is a function that smoothly changes the faders of specified channels and DCA groups to their
new values over a specified duration when you recall a scene. The settings of the Fade function are made
independently for each scene.
To turn on Recall Safe for global parameters, press the GLOBAL RECALL SAFE field
to access the GLOBAL RECALL SAFE popup window, and turn on the appropriate
buttons.
These buttons correspond to the following parameters.
INPUT PATCH
INPUT NAME
OUTPUT PATCH
OUTPUT NAME
HA
CH LINK
GEQ RACK
EFFECT RACK
PREMIUM RACK
PANEL SNAPSHOT
All input channel patching (including INSERT IN/OUT and DIRECT OUT
patching)
All input channel names, icons, and channel colors
All output channel patching (including INSERT IN/OUT patching)
All output channel names, icons, and channel colors
All I/O devices, and HA-related parameters for external head amps
All channel link group settings
Apply Recall Safe to GEQ racks 1–16, Effect racks 1–8, Premium Racks
1–8 individually.
1.
Press the SCENE field in the Function Access Area.
The SCENE LIST window will appear, in which you can perform various operations for scene
memory.
2.
Press the FADE TIME tab at the bottom of the SCENE LIST window.
The FADE TIME field is shown in the right half of the SCENE LIST window.
Fader bank selections, GAIN/PAN/ASSIGN knob selection status (set in
units of blocks)
NOTE
If a dual-type GEQ rack or Premium Rack has been selected, you can apply Recall Safe to rack
A and B individually. For other racks, the Recall Safe setting for racks A and B will be linked.
7.
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1
When you have finished making settings, press the CLOSE button to close the
popup window. Then perform a Recall operation.
Only the selected DCA group channels and parameters will be excluded from Recall operations.
Bus settings are not subject to Recall Safe. They will always be reproduced in the recalled scene.
This means that if Recall Safe is enabled for one of several channels included in a link group or
one of two channels set to stereo, the parameter settings of that channel may differ from those of
the other channel(s). In such cases, the applicable parameter will be automatically re-linked the
next time it is operated.
You can globally apply Recall Safe to channel links by using the global parameter.
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4
NOTE
• You can use the Recall Safe function along with the Focus function (see page 87). Channels or
parameters that are excluded from Recall operations by either Focus or Recall Safe will not be
recalled.
• If you hold down the [SEL] key while performing a recall operation, all parameters of that channel
will be treated as Recall Safe regardless of the state of the SAFE PARAMETER SELECT
selections.
1 SET popup button
Press this button to open the FADE TIME popup window, in which you can select a channel for
which you want to use the Fade function, and specify the fade time (the duration of time over
which the fader will reach its new value).
2 FADER button
Enables or disables the Fade function for each scene.
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4.
Press the [SEL] keys for the desired channels or DCA groups to select the channels
or DCA groups to which the Fade effect will be applied (multiple selections are
allowed).
The [SEL] keys for the selected channels or DCA groups will light, and those channels or DCA
groups will be highlighted green in the channel display field of the popup window. You can cancel
the selection by pressing the lit [SEL] key once again to turn it off.
5.
Use the multifunction knob that corresponds to the FADE TIME knob to adjust the
fade time.
The range is 0.0 sec – 60.0 sec.
When you have finished setting the fade time, press the OK button to close the FADE TIME
popup window.
This area indicates the fade time specified for each scene.
4 CURRENT SETTING field
Specifies the content that will be saved by the next scene store operation.
3.
Press the SET button to access the FADE TIME popup window.
In this popup window you can select the channels to which Fade will be applied, and adjust the
fade time.
1
3
4
NOTE
The fade time you specify here is used for all channels and DCA groups selected in step 4.
6.
To enable the Fade function, press the FADE button.
You can turn the Fade function on or off individually for each scene.
NOTE
2
Scenes for which Fade settings are made are marked by a “FADE” indicator in the STATUS field
of the SCENE LIST window (COMMENT tab).
7.
1 Channel display field
Recall a scene for which the Fade function is turned on.
The faders will begin to move immediately after Recall occurs, and will reach the values of the
recalled scene over the course of the specified fade time.
NOTE
The channels or DCA groups to which Fade is applied are highlighted.
• The Fade function settings can be applied individually even if faders are linked by Channel Link.
• You can stop a fade effect by holding down a [SEL] key while you stop the corresponding moving
fader.
• If you recall the same scene while faders are moving, the faders of all channels or DCA groups
will move immediately to their target positions.
2 FADE TIME knob
Sets the fade time. You can adjust the fade time using the corresponding multifunction knob.
3 SET ALL button
Press this button to apply the Fade effect to all faders of that scene.
4 CLEAR ALL button
Press this button to cancel the Fade effect for all faders of that scene.
NOTE
In the case of the CL3/CL1, faders that do not exist on those models will not be shown.
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1 GPI OUT CONTROL buttons
Outputting a control signal to an external device
in tandem with scene recall (GPI OUT)
These specify the control signal will be output from each GPI OUT.
Pressing a button repeatedly will switch between the following functions.
• –––– (OFF) ................ Nothing will be output.
• TRIGGER .................. A trigger will be output when the scene is recalled.
• TALLY ........................ A tally will be output when the scene is recalled.
A contol signal can be output to an external device connected to the GPI connector of the CL series
console when you recall a specific scene. Proceed as follows.
NOTE
For more information on the GPI OUT settings, refer to “Using GPI OUT” on page 223.
1.
2.
2 CURRENT SETTING field
Specifies the content that will be saved by the next scene store operation.
Press the SCENE field in the Function Access Area.
The SCENE LIST window will appear, in which you can perform various operations for scene
memory.
3.
For each scene, specify the control signal that you want to output to each GPI OUT
port.
4.
Recall the scene for which you want to output GPI OUT signals.
When you recall the scene, the control signals will be output to the external device connected to
the GPI OUT connector.
Press the GPI OUT tab at the bottom of the SCENE LIST window.
The GPI OUT field will appear.
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Playing back an audio file that links to a scene
recall
The PLAYBACK LINK field is shown in the right half of the SCENE LIST window.
You can also specify an audio file that you want to play back from a USB flash drive when a specific
scene is recalled. This can be convenient if you want an effect sound or BGM to be played automatically
in a specific scene.
Follow the steps below to link a scene recall with audio file playback.
1
2
NOTE
• Save audio files for playback in the SONGS folder within the YPE folder. If you save them in the
root directory or in other folders, you will be unable to specify them for playback. When an audio
file is played, the path in the TITLE LIST screen will indicate \YPE\SONGS\.
• You cannot play audio files during recording or in recording standby mode.
• A specified audio file will be played back only once, regardless of the playback mode settings.
• Audio file names must be eight characters plus three extension characters. If you change the file
name after specifying the file for playback, or if you delete or copy the file repeatedly, the specified
file may become unrecognizable in rare cases.
1.
Connect a USB flash drive containing the audio files to the USB connector.
2.
Press the SCENE field in the Function Access Area.
The SCENE LIST window will appear, in which you can perform various operations related to
scene memory.
3
4
1 PLAY button
Sets the Playback Link function’s on/off status for each scene.
2 Song select popup button
3.
Press this button to open the SONG SELECT popup window, in which you can select a song and
set the offset time (time duration from scene recall until the start of playback). Also, the title of
the selected song will appear on the button.
Press the PLAYBACK LINK tab at the bottom of the SCENE LIST window.
3 Offset time display
Indicates the time duration from scene recall until the start of playback of the specified audio file.
Set the offset time in the SONG SELECT popup window.
4 CURRENT SETTING field
Specifies the content that will be saved by the next scene store operation.
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7 OFFSET knob
Press the song select popup button for a scene to which you want to link the audio
file. The SONG SELECT popup window will appear.
In this popup window, you can select an audio file you want to link with the scene, and set the
offset time.
2
You can use the multifunction knob to set the time duration from scene recall until the start of
audio file playback.
8 Scroll knob
3
Use the multifunction to scroll the list.
5.
Press the screen or use the multifunction knobs to select a file that you want to link
to a scene.
6.
If desired, use the corresponding multifunction knobs to set the offset (the time
duration until the start of audio file playback).
The offset value can be adjusted in the range of 0.0–99.0 in 0.5 sec steps.
7.
Press the OK button.
The title of the selected song will appear in the center of the song list.
If you select the CANCEL button instead of the OK button, your settings will be discarded and
the unit will return to the SCENE LIST popup window.
8.
Press the PLAY button to turn on the link to the audio file.
The PLAY button will light in the LINK field. The PLAY indicator will appear in the STATUS field
on the COMMENT tab.
9.
Repeat steps 4–8 to link audio files to other scenes.
10.
Recall a scene to which an audio file has been linked.
After the offset time duration has elapsed, the specified audio file will play one time.
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4
5
6
7
8
1 Change directory button
Press this button to move to the next higher level.
NOTE
NOTE
• After a scene has been recalled and until the offset time has elapsed, a countdown will appear in
the Function Access Area.
• If another song is playing during a scene recall, the song playback will stop when the scene is
recalled, regardless of the offset time setting.
You cannot move to levels higher than \YPE\SONGS\.
2 PATH indicator
This area indicates the current directory path.
3 SONG TITLE/FILE NAME switch buttons
Switch between the song title list and the file name list.
4 SONG TITLE list button
5 ARTIST list button
Press these buttons to sort the audio file list (at the current directory level) by song title and artist
name respectively.
6 Song list
Displays the title, artist name, and audio file time duration of the audio files in the \YPE\SONGS\
folder. You can select an audio file by pressing the audio file name.
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Using Preview mode
Functions in Preview mode
The current scene will be modified by the following software and external operations.
• CL Editor
• Stage Mix
• MIDI Rx
• GPI IN
Preview mode lets you view or edit the settings of a scene stored in memory without affecting the signal
processing of the current scene. When you recall a scene in this mode, the settings of the newly recalled
scene will appear on the panel of the CL series console, but the signal processing of the current scene
will remain as it was prior to the recall. Even if you modify the settings and save them as a new scene
or by overwriting, the signal processing of the current scene will remain as it was prior to the recall.
During an actual performance, it can be convenient to use this to check the content of the scene you
intend to recall next, or to make minor changes to a scene and then store it.
1.
Similarly, edits for the current scene will be conveyed to the following software and external devices.
• CL Editor
• Stage Mix
• MIDI Tx
• GPI OUT
Press the PREVIEW button on the panel or the PREVIEW button in the SCENE LIST
window.
The PREVIEW button will light, and the console will be in Preview mode.
In this state, operating controllers such as the knobs and faders will not affect the signal
processing of the current scene.
2.
Use the SCENE MEMORY [INC]/[DEC] keys to select the scene number that you
want to recall.
3.
Press the SCENE MEMORY [RECALL] key. To execute the Recall operation, press the
OK button.
The scene will be recalled. However, the internal signal processing of the current scene will
remain unchanged as it was prior to the Recall operation.
If desired, you can access a specific channel in the SELECTED CHANNEL section, or access a
specific screen in the display to examine the values in detail.
4.
If desired, use the panel controls to edit the settings.
Operating a panel control in Preview mode will edit the settings of the scene you recalled in step
3, but will not affect the signal processing of the current scene.
5.
If you want to store the changes you made in step 4, select the scene number in
which you want to store the scene, and press the SCENE MEMORY [STORE] key.
The settings you edited in step 4 will be stored into memory.
6.
When you have finished viewing or editing the settings of the scene, press the
PREVIEW button of the panel or the PREVIEW button in the SCENE LIST window.
The PREVIEW button will go dark; the CL series console will exit Preview mode and return to
the normal state.
The meters will indicate the state of signal processing for the current scene.
Playback Link will operate for recalling the current scene.
If cascade-connected, both master and slave units will operate independently. Link will not occur while
in Preview mode.
The following functions will not operate in Preview mode.
• Synchronization with CL Editor
• Switching users
• Changing the User Level
• Load/Save functions
• Cue changes
• USER DEFINED KEYS operations
• USER DEFINED KNOB operations
• Monitor (MONITOR, CUE, OSCILLATOR, TALKBACK) changes or display
• Changing or viewing Nuendo Live settings
• Changing or viewing the recorder
• Changing DANTE SETUP or DANTE PATCH settings
• FADE TIME
• EFFECT FREEZE playback or recording
• MIDI clock and tap tempo for effects
• Internal metering for Premium Effects (GR for DynamicEQ and Portico 5043; VU for Opt-2A and
U76)
NOTE
In addition, you cannot enter Preview mode while performing the following operations.
• While pasting scene or EQ settings.
• While executing Global Paste
• While synchronizing with CL Editor
• While saving/loading a file
PREVIEW mode applies to all parameters included in scene memory, all parameters included in
the INPUT PATCH and OUTPUT PATCH functions, and HA parameters.
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Monitor and Cue functions
• MONITOR SELECT
Selects the monitor source.
This chapter explains the Monitor and Cue functions of CL series consoles.
• METER
Detects and indicates the level of the monitor signal or cue signal.
About the Monitor and Cue functions
• DIMMER
Attenuates the monitor/cue signal by a fixed amount.
• MONITOR LEVEL
Adjusts the output level of the MONITOR OUT L/R/C channels. If PHONES LEVEL LINK is ON,
this setting will also affect the level at the PHONES Out jack.
The Monitor function lets you audition various outputs through your nearfield monitors or
headphones. On the front panel of the CL series console is a PHONES Out jack for monitoring, which
enables you to monitor the monitoring source signal at any time. By assigning the MONITOR OUT L/
R/C channels to the desired output jacks, you can also monitor the same signal through external
speakers.
You can select the following signals as the monitor source.
• STEREO channel output signal
• MONO channel output signal
• STEREO + MONO channel output signal
• OMNI IN 1–2, 3–4, 5–6, 7–8 channel input signal (for monitoring a two channnel pair)
• RECORDER PLAYBACK output signal
• A combination of up to eight MIX, MATRIX, STEREO, or MONO channel output signals,
RECORDER PLAYBACK output signals, and OMNI IN 1–2, 3–4, 5–6, 7–8 input signals
• MONITOR FADER
Use the STEREO MASTER fader or MONO MASTER fader to adjust the output level of the
MONITOR OUT L/R/C channels. MONITOR FADER is positioned in series with MONITOR
LEVEL. If PHONES LEVEL LINK is ON, this setting will also affect the level at the PHONES Out
jack.
• ON (on/off)
Switches the Monitor function on or off.
• DELAY (Monitor delay)
Delays monitor signals. The Delay function is disabled if cue signals are being output.
• PHONES LEVEL (Headphone level)
Adjusts the output level at the PHONES Out jack.
The Cue function enables you to check an individual channel or DCA group by temporarily monitoring
it via MONITOR OUT, CUE OUT, or PHONES. When you press the [CUE] key on the top panel, the
cue signal of the corresponding channel or DCA group is sent as the monitor output or cue output from
the selected output port.
• PHONES LEVEL LINK (Headphone Level Link function)
If this function is turned on, the MONITOR LEVEL knob will adjust the level of signals sent to
the PHONES Out jack.
NOTE
• CUE INTERRUPTION (Cue Interruption function)
If this function is turned on, pressing the [CUE] key on the top panel will cause the cue signal of
the corresponding channel or DCA group to be sent as the monitor output from the selected
output port. With the factory default settings, this function is turned on.
Turn it off if you do not want to output cue signals to the monitoring speakers or headphones.
Be aware that if you turn CUE INTERRUPTION off in the MONITOR popup window, the cue
signal will not be sent to the connected monitor speakers. However, the cue signal will always be
sent to the PHONES Out jack.
The following diagram shows the cue/monitor signal flow.
CUE TRIM
(INPUT/OUTPUT/DCA)
CUE L BUS
CUE L
CUE R BUS
CUE R
CUE ON
MONO
CUE OUT ON
METER CUE L
METER CUE R
DELAY
(MAX:1000ms)
DELAY
(MAX:1000ms)
MONITOR DELAY AUTO BYPASS
CUE OUT L
To OUTPUT PATCH
CUE OUT R
To OUTPUT PATCH
CUE OUT
LEVEL
CUE LOGIC
DEFINE
MIX
(MAX:8ch)
MONITOR L
MONO
METER MONITOR L
MONITOR R
METER MONITOR R
MONITOR MONO(C)
METER MONITOR MONO(C)
ON
CUE INTERRUPTION
DELAY
(MAX:1000ms)
DIMMER
MONITOR SELECT
STEREO OUT L,R
STEREO OUT MONO(C)
STEREO OUT L,C,R
STEREO OUT L,R
STEREO OUT MONO(C)
MIX OUT1-24
MATRIX OUT1-8
DELAY
(MAX:1000ms)
DELAY
(MAX:1000ms)
OMNI IN 1/2
OMNI IN 3/4
OMNI IN 5/6
OMNI IN 7/8
PLAYBACK OUT
OMNI IN 1/2
OMNI IN 3/4
OMNI IN 5/6
OMNI IN 7/8
PLAYBACK OUT
PHONES
LEVEL LINK
DELAY
(MAX:1000ms)
ON
DELAY
(MAX:1000ms)
+MONO(C)
PHONES L
To PHONES OUT
PHONES R
To PHONES OUT
MONITOR OUT L
MONITOR OUT R
MONITOR OUT MONO(C)
To OUTPUT PATCH
To OUTPUT PATCH
To OUTPUT PATCH
An output port delay becomes invalid by
assigning a monitor out to the output port.
TALKBACK ON
MONITOR MONITOR
MONITOR DIMM ON LEVEL
FADER
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2 SOURCE SELECT field
Using the Monitor function
Selects the monitor source. If DEFINE has been selected in this field, access the MONITOR
popup window to specify the source channel.
This section explains how to select the desired monitor source, and monitor it from the PHONES Out
jack or external monitor speakers.
1.
2.
3 DIMMER field
Connect your monitor system to the OMNI OUT jacks or 2TR OUT DIGITAL jack on
the rear panel.
Monitor signals can be sent to any desired output jack or output channel. To monitor through
headphones, make sure that your headphones are connected to the PHONES Out jack on the
front pad.
Enables you to make settings for the Dimmer function, which temporarily attenuates monitor
signals.
• DIMMER LEVEL knob
Adjusts the amount by which the monitor signals will be attenuated when the dimmer is on.
• DIMMER ON button
Turn on this button to enable the dimmer and attenuate the monitor signal.
In the Function Access Area, press the MONITOR button to access the MONITOR
screen.
In the MONITOR screen, the MONITOR field lets you check the current monitor settings, and
turn monitoring on or off.
The MONITOR screen contains the following items.
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3
4
4 MONITOR FADER field
Enables you to set and view the monitor fader that adjusts the monitor level.
• MONITOR FADER LEVEL knob
Adjusts the monitor fader level. Pressing this knob will enable you to use the multifunction knob
in the Centralogic section to adjust the level.
5
• FADER ASSIGN display
This area displays the type of faders that are currently assigned to the monitor fader. Indicator
assignments are as follows:
• ---- ................................................ No assignment
• MASTER A................................. Master A only
• MASTER A+ .............................. Master A, Master B, Custom Fader bank
• MASTER B ................................. Master B only
• MASTER B+............................... Master B, Custom fader bank
• CUSTOM .................................... A single fader in the Custom fader bank
• CUSTOMs .................................. Multiple faders in the Custom fader bank
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7
8
5 Meter field
Indicates the output level of Monitor Out channels L, R, and C. Press this field to open the
MONITOR popup window.
6 MONITOR OUTPUT button
Switches Monitor Out on or off.
7 PHONES LEVEL LINK button
If this is on, the MONITOR FADER LEVEL knob or MONITOR FADER will adjust the level of
signals sent to the PHONES Out jack.
1 MONITOR popup display button
8 MONO MONITOR button
Enables you to access the MONITOR popup window, in which you can make detailed monitor
settings.
Turn on this button to switch monitor signals to mono.
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• DIMMER ON button
Switches the Dimmer function on or off. The monitor signal will be attenuated if this button is on.
Press the popup button or the meter field to open the MONITOR popup window.
In the MONITOR popup window you can make detailed settings for monitoring. The popup
window includes the following items.
3
5
4 TALKBACK DIMMER field
6 7
Enables you to make settings for the Dimmer function, which temporarily attenuates monitor
signals when TALKBACK is on.
• TALKBACK DIMMER LEVEL knob
Adjusts the amount by which monitor signals will be attenuated when talkback is on.
8
• TALKBACK DIMMER ON indicator
Indicates the on/off status of the dimmer function for talkback.
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4
9
0
5 PHONES LEVEL LINK button
A
Enables you to link the signal level at the PHONES Out jack to the monitor signal level. If this
button is on, the MONITOR LEVEL knob and monitor fader knob will adjust the level of the
signal sent to the PHONES OUT jack.
6 CUE INTERRUPTION button
Press this button to interrupt the cue signal with the monitor signal. If this button is on and the
cue is enabled, the cue signal will be sent to the monitor output. With the factory default settings,
this function is turned on. If you do not wish to send the cue signal to the monitor output, switch
this button off.
2
7 MONO MONITOR button
Turn on this button to switch the monitor output signal to mono.
8 MONITOR OUTPUT button
1 SOURCE SELECT field
Switches the monitor output on or off.
Select one of the following as the signal source that will be output to the MONITOR bus.
STEREO L/R
STEREO L/R channel signals
MONO (C)
MONO channel signal
LCR
STEREO L/R + MONO channel signals
OMNI 1–2 – 7–8
OMNI IN jacks 1–8 signals (per two channels)
PB OUT
Recorder’s PLAYBACK OUT signals
DEFINE
The signal(s) selected in the ASSIGN field
9 MONITOR FADER field
Enables you to set and view the monitor fader that adjusts the monitor level.
• MONITOR FADER LEVEL knob
Adjusts the monitor fader level. Pressing this knob will enable you to use the multifunction knobs
in the Centralogic section to adjust the level.
• FADER ASSIGN indicator
This area displays the faders that are currently assigned as MONITOR FADER. Indicator
assignments are as follows:
2 ASSIGN field
If you selected DEFINE in the SOURCE SELECT field, use this field to specify the monitor source.
You can select up to eight monitor sources simultaneously. Pressing the CLEAR ALL button will
clear all selections.
3 DIMMER field
Enables you to make settings for the Dimmer function, which temporarily attenuates monitor
signals.
• DIMMER LEVEL knob
Adjusts the amount by which the monitor signals will be attenuated when the dimmer is on.
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No assignment
MASTER A
MASTER A fader only
MASTER A+
MASTER A, as well as MASTER B fader and Custom fader bank
MASTER B
MASTER B fader only
MASTER B+
MASTER B, as well as Custom fader bank
CUSTOM
One of the Custom fader bank faders
CUSTOMs
Multiple Custom fader bank faders
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0 MONITOR DELAY field
This field enables you to specify the monitor delay setting by which the monitor out signal is
delayed.
• AUTO BYPASS button
Turn this on to automatically bypass monitor delay when the cue is on.
To specify a port as the output destination for monitor signals L, C, and R, press
one of the MONITOR OUT PATCH buttons (L/R/C) in the meter field to open the
PORT SELECT popup window. In this window, choose from the following monitor
signal output destinations (multiple selections are allowed).
• MONITOR DELAY knob
Adjusts the delay time for the monitor signal. The delay time is shown above the knob in ms units,
and below the knob in units of the currently selected scale. However if the scale is set to ms, the
delay time value is not shown above the knob.
Press this knob and you will be able to use the multifunction knob to adjust the value.
• MONITOR DELAY ON button
If this button is on, the monitor signal will be delayed according to the setting of the MONITOR
DELAY knob.
A Meter field
• Meters
Indicates the output level of the monitor L/R/C channels.
• MONITOR OUT PATCH button
Press this button to open the PORT SELECT popup window, in which you can select an output
port to patch to the monitor out L/R/C channels.
4.
Use the buttons of the SOURCE SELECT field to select a monitor source.
In the SOURCE SELECT field you can select only one monitor source. However, if you have
selected DEFINE, you can use the ASSIGN field to specify multiple monitor sources.
DANTE 1–64
Output channels 1–64 to audio network
OMNI1–8
OMNI OUT jacks 1–8
DIGI OUT L/R
DIGITAL OUT jack on the CL unit
SLOT1–1 – SLOT3–16
Output channels 1–16 of an I/O card installed in slots 1–3
When you have selected an output port, press the CLOSE button to close the popup window.
In the same way, specify the output ports for MONITOR OUT L, R, and C.
The following table shows the monitor sources that you can select in the ASSIGN field.
MIX 1–24
Output signals of MIX channels 1–24
NOTE
MTRX 1–8
MATRIX buses 1–8 output signals
STEREO
STEREO L/R channel output signals
MONO (C)
MONO channel output signal
OMNI 1–2 – OMNI 7–8
OMNI IN jacks 1–8 input signals (per two channels)
• If desired, you can specify output ports only for MONITOR OUT L and R to monitor through two
speakers.
• If you have not specified an output port for MONITOR OUT C, selecting the MONO (C) button or
LCR button as the monitor source will automatically cause the MONO channel signal to be
distributed to MONITOR OUT L/R.
PB OUT
Recorder’s PLAYBACK OUT signals
6.
NOTE
You can select a maximum of eight monitor sources in the ASSIGN field. If you select eight
monitor sources, no further selections will be possible. Please turn off the buttons for unneeded
sources.
To enable monitoring, press the OUTPUT button to turn it on.
The monitor source you selected in step 4 will be sent to the output destination you specified in
step 5.
NOTE
The PHONES Out jack will always output the monitor signal, regardless of whether the OUTPUT
button is on or off.
7.
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To control the monitor fader, press the Bank Select [STEREO] key in the Centralogic
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9.
Using the Cue function
To adjust the monitor level, use the MONITOR LEVEL knob located in the SCENE
MEMORY/MONITOR section of the top panel.
If PHONES LEVEL LINK is ON, use the MONITOR LEVEL knob and the monitor fader, as well
as the PHONES LEVEL knob to adjust the monitor level when monitoring through headphones.
About CUE groups
Cue signals on the CL series console can be categorized into the following four groups.
Make settings for Dimmer, Delay, Monaural, and CUE INTERRUPTION as desired.
1 INPUT CUE group
NOTE
The cue signals of input channels make up this group. To enable Cue for this group, press the
[CUE] key for any input channel to turn Cue on.
Monitor on/off operations, selection of the monitor source, and dimmer on/off operations can also
be assigned to USER DEFINED keys (see page 169).
Input channel [CUE] key
NOTE
If input channels or ST IN channels are assigned to the Centralogic section, you can also use the
[CUE] keys in the Centralogic section to enable Cue for this group.
2 DCA CUE group
The cue signals of DCA groups make up this group. To enable Cue for this group, press the [CUE]
key of one of the DCA groups to turn Cue on.
Centralogic section [CUE] key
(when controlling DCA groups)
3 OUTPUT CUE group
The cue signals of output channels make up this group. To enable Cue for this group, press the
[CUE] key of one of the output channels.
[CUE] key in the Master section
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This section explains how to use the [CUE] key for a channel or DCA group to monitor cue signals.
NOTE
Be aware that if you turn CUE INTERRUPTION off in the MONITOR popup window, the cue
signal will not be sent to the connected monitor speakers. However, the front panel PHONES jack
will always output the cue signal regardless of the Monitor on/off setting. See “Using the Monitor
function” on page 98 for details about the Monitor function.
[CUE] key in the Centralogic section
(when controlling MIX channels or MATRIX channels)
1.
In the Function Access Area, press the MONITOR button to access the MONITOR
screen.
The CUE field on the MONITOR screen enables you to check the current cue settings, and turn
Cue on or off.
2
4 Other CUE group
These cue signals are operated via buttons displayed on the touch
screen. This group is enabled if you turn on the CUE button in the
EFFECT popup window or the PREMIUM popup window, or if
you turn on the KEY IN CUE button in the DYNAMICS 1 popup
On-screen CUE button
window. This group will automatically be disabled when you exit
the corresponding popup window.
You cannot turn on cue monitoring between different groups simultaneously. Normally, the
group to which the most recently-pressed [CUE] key (or on-screen CUE/KEY IN CUE button)
belongs will take priority, and the [CUE] keys for the previously-selected group will be defeated.
However, if you have switched the cue signal group in a specific order when the CUE MODE
setting is MIX CUE, the state of the [CUE] keys for the previously-selected group will be restored
when the current cue signal is defeated.
The following illustration shows the
priority of the [CUE] keys. After you
Other CUE group
have switched groups from lower to
upper levels, if you then defeat cue for
INPUT CUE group
the upper group, the previous [CUE]
key status of the group immediately
DCA CUE group
below will be restored.
For example, if you switch groups in the
order of OUTPUT CUE group → DCA OUTPUT CUE group
CUE group → INPUT CUE group →
Other CUE group, you can then
successively defeat the [CUE] keys
(CUE/KEY IN CUE buttons) to successively restore the [CUE] key status of the previouslyselected group.
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4
1
5
1 CUE popup display button
Enables you to access the CUE popup window, in which you can make detailed cue settings.
2 CUE MODE buttons
Select the cue mode. You can select MIX CUE mode (all selected channels will be cued), or LAST
CUE mode (only the channel selected most recently will be cued).
3 INPUT/DCA/OUTPUT CUE field
Indicates the settings for input cue, DCA cue, and output cue. Press this field to open the CUE
popup window.
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4 CUE OUTPUT button
3 DCA CUE field
Switches the cue out on or off.
This section enables you to make settings related to DCA cue.
• Cue point select button
Sets the cue point for the DCA group to PRE PAN (immediately before PAN) or POST PAN
(immediately after PAN).
5 CLEAR CUE button
Cancels all cue selections simultaneously. If the CUE MODE setting is MIX CUE, all of the
selected channels will be cleared.
2.
• DCA TRIM knob
Indicates the monitor level of cue signals from a DCA group. Use the multifunction knob to adjust
the level.
Press the CUE popup display button or the INPUT/DCA/OUTPUT CUE field to open
the CUE popup window.
The popup window includes the following items.
1
2
3
4
• UNITY button
Turn on this button to monitor signals at the same volume level that was obtained when the
master level for each DCA group was set to 0 dB (unity gain).
5
6
4 OUTPUT CUE field
This section enables you to make settings related to output channel cue.
7
• Cue point select button
Sets the cue point for the output channel to PFL (immediately before fader) or AFL (immediately
after fader).
8
• PFL TRIM knob
Indicates the monitor levels when PFL is selected. Press this knob so that you will be able to use
the multifunction knob to adjust the level.
9
1 CUE MODE buttons
5 Meter field
Select one of the following two cue modes:
• Meter
This field indicates the output level of the cue L/R channels.
• MIX CUE
All selected channels will be mixed and auditioned.
• CUE OUT PATCH button
Press this button to open the PORT SELECT popup window, in which you can select an output
port to patch to the cue out L/R channels.
• LAST CUE
Only the most recently selected channel will be auditioned.
2 INPUT CUE field
6 CUE OUTPUT button
This field enables you to make settings related to the input channel cue.
Switches cue out on or off.
• Cue point select button
Sets the cue point to PFL (before fader (immediately before INPUT DELAY)), AFL (immediately
after fader), or POST PAN (immediately after PAN).
7 CUE LEVEL knob
Indicates the output level of the cue out. Use the multifunction knob to adjust the level.
8 ACTIVE CUE indicator
NOTE
Lights to indicate the type of cue currently being monitored (input: blue, DCA: yellow, output:
orange).
Be aware that if you turn on the POST PAN button, you will be unable to monitor signals sent to
the MONO bus from an input channel in LCR mode.
• PFL TRIM knob
Indicates the monitor levels when PFL is selected. Use the multifunction knob to adjust the level.
9 CLEAR CUE button
Press this button to clear all cue selections simultaneously.
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3.
6.
Use the CUE MODE button to select either the mode in which channels are mixed
for auditioning, or the mode in which only the last-selected channel is auditioned.
Select the MIX CUE button or LAST CUE button.
NOTE
The cue signal is sent to the monitor output and PHONES output jacks regardless of whether the
CUE OUTPUT button is on or off.
However, be aware that the cue signal will no longer be sent to monitor output if CUE
INTERRUPTION is turned off. The cue signal is always sent to the PHONES output jack,
regardless of the CUE INTERRUPTION setting.
NOTE
In MIX CUE mode, it’s not possible to simultaneously turn on Cue for different Cue groups. The
Cue group to which the last-cued signal belongs will be turned on, allowing only the signals of
that Cue group to be monitored.
4.
Use the buttons and knobs of the INPUT CUE field, DCA CUE field, and OUTPUT
CUE field to specify the output position and output level for each CUE group.
Refer to the explanation for each item in step 2, and make the desired settings.
5.
To specify a port as the output destination for cue signals L and R, press one of the
CUE OUTPUT buttons (L/R) in the meter field to open the PORT SELECT popup
window, and choose from the following cue signal output destinations (multiple
selections are allowed).
To enable Cue out for the port you specified in step 5, press the CUE OUTPUT
button to turn it on.
7.
Press the [CUE] key for a desired channel or DCA group to turn it on.
The cue signal of the corresponding channel will be sent to the output destination specified in step
5 and to monitor output.
A cue meter is shown in the meter field of the function access area, indicating the cue output level.
The upper part of the cue meter shows an abbreviation indicating the currently-enabled cue
group or cue type. The abbreviations displayed for the cue meters have the following meaning.
IN
INPUT CUE group
DCA
DCA CUE group
OUT
OUTPUT CUE group
EFFECT
CUE in the EFFECT and PREMIUM RACK (Other CUE groups)
KEY IN
KEY IN CUE in the DYNAMICS 1 popup window (Other CUE groups)
REC/PB
CUE in the RECORDER INPUT/PLAYBACK OUT (Other CUE groups)
CUE meter
DANTE 1-64
Output channels 1–64 to audio network
OMNI1–8
OMNI OUT jacks 1–8
DIGI OUT L/R
DIGITAL OUT jack on the CL unit
NOTE
SLOT1–1 – SLOT3–16
Output channels 1–16 of an I/O card installed in slots 1–3
• When using the MIX/MATRIX bus select buttons in the SENDS ON FADER popup window, you
can press the selected button once again to turn on Cue for the corresponding MIX/MATRIX
channel (see page 43).
• If you want cue operations and channel select operations to be linked, open the USER SETUP
popup window, choose the PREFERENCE tab, and then turn on “[CUE] → [SEL] LINK”
(see page 168).
When you have selected an output port, press the CLOSE button to close the popup window.
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8.
If you’re auditioning the CUE signal in the monitor, adjust the Cue signal level by
using the MONITOR LEVEL knob located in the SCENE MEMORY/MONITOR section
of the top panel. Also adjust the MONITOR FADER LEVEL in conjunction with this.
If PHONES LEVEL LINK is ON, the cue signal level when monitoring through headphones can
be adjusted in three ways: the CUE LEVEL knob, the MONITOR FADER, and the PHONES
LEVEL knob.
NOTE
To adjust the level to the cue out port you specified in step 5, adjust the gain of the output port
that is patched to it.
9.
To defeat cue, press the currently-on [CUE] key once again.
You can press the CLEAR CUE button in the Meter field of the CUE popup window to clear all
cue selections.
NOTE
• If you press the CUE meter in the Function Access Area, all cue selections will be cleared.
• All cue selections will be cleared if you switch between MIX CUE mode and LAST CUE mode in
the CUE MODE section.
• You can also assign the function of the CLEAR CUE button to a USER DEFINED key
(see page 169).
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Talkback and Oscillator
Using Talkback
The Talkback function sends the signal (that is input at the input jacks) to the desired bus.
About the Talkback and Oscillator functions
1.
Talkback is a function that sends the signal of a mic connected to the TALKBACK jack to the desired
bus. This is used mainly to convey instructions from the operator or sound engineer to the performers
and staff. If necessary, you can also use a mic connected to an INPUT jack on the I/O device or the
OMNI IN jack on the CL unit for talkback.
CL series consoles also feature an oscillator that can output a sine wave or pink noise to the desired bus,
so that you will be able to check external equipment or to test the acoustical response of the room or
hall.
The diagram below shows the signal flow of the talkback and oscillator signals.
MIX
.
.
1 2 .
23 24
O
M
N
O MATRIX
.
.7 8
L R (C) 1 2 .
ST
In the Function Access Area, press the MONITOR button to access the MONITOR
screen.
In the MONITOR screen, the TALKBACK field enables you to check the current talkback
settings, and turn talkback on or off.
If you want to view or edit the talkback settings in greater detail, use the TALKBACK popup
window described in step 2 and subsequent steps.
CUE
L R
CASCADE IN
SLOT1 1-16
SLOT2 1-16
SLOT3 1-16
CASCADE
IN
SELECT
+48V MASTER
+48V
ON
HA
+48V
[TALKBACK
INPUT]
TALKBACK
INPUT
1
2
METER
+
-
3
AD
TALKBACK
LEVEL
DANTE
IN
METER
[DANTE]
DANTE
INPUT
OMNI IN
1
2
3
INPUT
SELECT
ON
OSCILLATOR
Sine Wave
Pink Noise
Burst Noise
64
LEVEL
OSC
METER
ON
HPF LPF
HA
+48V
[OMNI IN]
[1-8]
TALKBACK
TB INPUT
DANTE IN 1-64
OMNI IN 1-8
1
METER
+
-
AD
GAIN/TRIM
8
1
2
3
4
5
1 TALKBACK popup display button
Enables you to access the TALKBACK popup window, in which you can make detailed talkback
settings.
2 TALKBACK IN field
• +48V indicator .......................... Indicates the on/off status of the +48V phantom power
supplied to the TALKBACK jack.
• TALKBACK IN level meter..... Meters the level of signals after the input gain at the
TALKBACK jack.
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3 INPUT TO TALKBACK field
2 INPUT TO TALKBACK field
This field allows a mic connected to a conventional input port to be used as a talkback input.
• INPUT TO TALKBACK patch button
.......................... Press the button to open the PORT SELECT popup window, in
which you can patch a desired input port to an input port to
patch to talkback. The selected port name will appear on the
button.
• +48V indicator .......................... Indicates the on/off status of the +48V phantom power
supplied to the selected port.
• ANALOG GAIN knob ............. Sets the analog gain of the selected port. You can adjust the gain
by using the multifunction knobs.
• HA meter.................................... Displays the level of the HA input signal.
• INPUT TO TALKBACK patch button
Press the button to open the PORT SELECT popup window, in which you can patch a desired
input port to talkback. The selected port name will appear on the button.
• +48V button
This is an on/off switch for the phantom power (+48V) supplied to the selected input port.
• ANALOG GAIN knob
Adjusts the analog gain setting for the selected input port. Press this knob so that you will be able
to use the multifunction knob to adjust the gain.
• HA meter
Indicates the input level of a mic connected to the selected input port.
4 TALKBACK ASSIGN field
An indicator lights to indicate the currently-selected output destination of the talkback signal.
• GC ON button
Turns the Gain Compensation (gain correction function) on or off. The button will appear if the
input jack of the I/O device is patched.
5 TALKBACK ON button
Switches talkback on or off.
2.
• Gain Compensation meter
Indicates the level after Gain Compensation. It will appear if the input jack of the I/O device is
patched.
Press the TALKBACK popup display button or the ASSIGN field to open the
TALKBACK popup window.
In this popup window you can make detailed settings for talkback.
1
NOTE
2
These parameters and meters will not appear if no input port is selected.
3 TALKBACK ON button
Switches talkback on or off.
3
4 ASSIGN field
• Channel select buttons
Enable you to select a channel (bus) on which the talkback signal is sent.
• CLEAR ALL button
Press this button to clear all selections.
3.
4
Connect a mic to the TALKBACK jack on the front panel, and then rotate the
TALKBACK GAIN knob to adjust the input sensitivity of the mic signal.
The meter in the TALKBACK IN field indicates the input level of the mic connected to the
TALKBACK jack. If you want phantom power (+48V) to be supplied to the TALKBACK jack,
turn on the +48V button located in the TALKBACK IN field.
1 TALKBACK IN field
• +48V button
Switches on or off the phantom power (+48V) supplied to the TALKBACK jack.
• TALKBACK level meter
Indicates the input level of the mic connected to the TALKBACK jack.
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4.
Using the Oscillator function
If you want to use an input jack other than the TALKBACK jack as supplementary
input for talkback, follow the steps below.
You can send a sine wave or pink noise from the internal oscillator to the desired bus.
4-1. Press the INPUT TO TALKBACK patch button in the INPUT TO TALKBACK field to
open the PORT SELECT popup window.
1.
4-2. Press the button for the input that you want to use for talkback to turn the button
indicator on.
You can select only one input at a time.
4-3. Press the CLOSE button to close the popup window.
Use the INPUT TO TALKBACK field GAIN knob and level meter to adjust the input level
of the connected mic.
In the Function Access Area, press the MONITOR button to access the MONITOR
screen.
In the MONITOR screen, the OSCILLATOR field lets you check the current oscillator settings,
and turn the oscillator on or off.
If you want to view or edit the oscillator settings in greater detail, use the OSCILLATOR popup
window described in step 2 and subsequent steps.
NOTE
The PAD will be switched on or off internally when the HA gain is adjusted between +17 dB and
+18 dB.
Keep in mind that noise may be generated when using phantom power if there is a difference
between the Hot and Cold output impedance of an external device connected to the INPUT jack.
5.
Press a button in the ASSIGN field to specify the bus(es) to which the talkback
signal will be sent (multiple selections are allowed).
NOTE
You can press the CLEAR ALL button to defeat all selections.
6.
To enable talkback, press the TALKBACK ON button to turn it on.
The TALKBACK ON button will alternately turn on or off each time you press the button (Latch
operation).
While talkback is on, signals from the TALKBACK jack and the selected INPUT jack will be
output to the destination buses.
5
1
4
2
NOTE
• You can also assign talkback on/off or an ASSIGN change to a USER DEFINED key. In this case,
you can select either a Latch operation or an Unlatch operation (the function will be enabled only
while you continue holding down the key) (see page 169).
• When talkback is on, you can use the talkback dimmer to lower the monitor levels other than the
talkback signal (see page 99).
3
1 OSCILLATOR popup display button
Enables you to access the OSCILLATOR popup window, in which you can make detailed
oscillator settings.
2 OSCILLATOR LEVEL field
This adjusts the level of the oscillator. A meter beside the LEVEL knob indicates the output level
of the oscillator. If OSCILLATOR MODE is set to SINE WAVE, the frequency of the oscillator is
shown.
Press the LEVEL knob to adjust the oscillator level using the multifunction knob.
3 OSCILLATOR MODE field
Indicates the currently-selected oscillator mode. Pressing the MODE button repeatedly will
switch modes.
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4 OSCILLATOR ASSIGN field
Mode = SINE WAVE
An indicator lights to indicate the currently-selected oscillator output destination (input channels
or buses). Use the tabs on the left to select channels or buses to display.
NOTE
In the case of the CL3/CL1, channels that do not exist on those models will not be shown.
• LEVEL knob.............. Indicates the output level of the sine wave.
• FREQ knob................ Indicates the frequency of the sine wave.
5 OSCILLATOR OUTPUT button
Turns the oscillator output on or off.
2.
Mode = PINK NOISE
Press the popup button or the ASSIGN field to open the OSCILLATOR popup
window.
In this popup window, you can make detailed settings for the oscillator.
1
2
5
• LEVEL knob.............. Indicates the output level of the pink noise.
• HPF knob................... Indicates the cutoff frequency of the HPF that processes pink noise.
Use the button below the knob to switch the HPF on or off.
• LPF knob.................... Indicates the cutoff frequency of the LPF that processes pink noise.
Use the button below the knob to switch the LPF on or off.
4
Mode = BURST NOISE
3
• LEVEL knob, HPF knob, and
LPF knob.................... Same as in PINK NOISE mode.
• WIDTH...................... Indicates the length of noise being output intermittently.
• INTERVAL ................ Indicates the length of silence between noise bursts.
1 OSCILLATOR MODE buttons
Select one of the following three oscillator operating modes:
SINE WAVE
When the oscillator is turned on, a sine wave will be output continuously.
PINK NOISE
When the oscillator is turned on, pink noise will be output continuously.
BURST NOISE
When the oscillator is turned on, pink noise will be output intermittently.
Level
INTERVAL
Pink noise output
WIDTH
2 Parameter field
Enables you to set the oscillator parameters. The controllers and their functions in this field vary
depending on the selected mode. You can adjust the values by using the multifunction knobs.
Turn BURST NOISE button is on.
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3 ASSIGN section
Enables you to select a channel to which the oscillator signal will be sent. Press one of the three
tabs located at the bottom of the screen, then press the button(s) for the channel(s) in this section
(multiple selections are allowed). The “ASSIGNED” indicator is lit green for a tab that contains a
selection.
You can press the CLEAR ALL button to defeat all selections.
NOTE
In the case of the CL3/CL1, channels that do not exist on those models will not be shown.
4 Meter section
Indicates the oscillator output level.
5 OSCILLATOR OUTPUT button
Turns the oscillator on or off.
3.
Press a button in the MODE field to select the type of signal you want to output.
4.
Use the knobs and buttons in the parameter field to adjust the oscillator
parameters.
The displayed parameters will differ depending on the oscillator selected in the MODE field. The
knobs shown in the parameter field can be operated using the corresponding multifunction
knobs.
5.
Press a button in the ASSIGN field to specify the input channel(s) or bus(es) to
which the oscillator signal will be sent (multiple selections are allowed).
6.
To enable the oscillator, press the OUTPUT button to turn it on.
The oscillator signal will be sent to the input channel or bus you selected in step 5. When you press
the button again, the oscillator will turn off.
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Meters
INPUT METER screen
This screen shows the meters and faders for all input channels.
This chapter explains the METER screen that shows the input and output level meters for all channels,
and operations related to the optional MBCL meter bridge.
Operations in the METER screen
By accessing the METER screen, you can view the input and output levels of all channels on the screen,
and switch the level meter’s metering points (the points in the signal route at which the level is
detected).
1.
In the Function Access Area, press the METER field to access the METER screen.
NOTE
In the case of the CL3/CL1, channels that do not exist on those models will not be shown.
OUTPUT METER screen
This screen shows the meters and faders for all output channels.
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INPUT/OUTPUT tabs
Centralogic fader display
Use these tabs to switch between the INPUT METER screen and OUTPUT METER screen.
This area displays the level of the faders currently set in the Centralogic section.
Fader level and meter display
METERING POINT field
This area displays the meter, fader, and level value for each channel.
1
Select one of the following as the metering point at which the level will be detected.
2
3
4
■ For INPUT METER
• PRE HPF.................... Immediately before the HPF
• PRE FADER .............. Pre-fader (immediately before INPUT
DELAY)
• POST ON................... Immediately after the [ON] key
■ For OUTPUT METER
• PRE EQ ...................... Immediately before the EQ
• PRE FADER .............. Immediately before the fader
• POST ON................... Immediately after the [ON] key
5
NOTE
1 Channel number
On the CL3 or CL1 console, the metering point for output channels will also affect the optional
meter bridge (MBCL).
Indicates the channel number.
2 Σ clipping indicator
PEAK HOLD button
Lights to indicate that a signal is clipping at some point in the channel.
Turn on this button to hold the peak level indication on each meter. Turn off this
button to clear the peak hold indication.
3 OVER indicator
This indicator will light if the signal clips at the METERING POINT.
4 Meter
2.
If necessary, press a button in the METERING POINT field to switch the metering
point.
The metering point for the level meters can be set independently for input channels and output
channels.
3.
If you want the peak levels of the level meter to be held, press the PEAK HOLD
button to turn it on.
PEAK HOLD button on/off operations will affect both input channels and output channels as well
as the MBCL meter bridge. When you turn this button off, the peak level indications that had
been held will be cleared.
This meter indicates the input or output level of the channel.
5 Fader
The channel level is indicated by the fader position and by a numeric value (in dB) that appears
immediately below the fader.
NOTE
Press any part of the meter area to assign the corresponding fader bank to the Centralogic
section.
NOTE
You can also assign the PEAK HOLD button on/off function to a USER DEFINED key
(see page 169).
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Using an MBCL meter bridge (optional) on the CL3
or CL1 console
If the optional meter bridge (MBCL) is installed on the CL3 or CL1 console, you will always be able to
view the output levels of MIX, MATRIX, STEREO, MONO, and CUE channels.
The MBCL meters indicate the output levels in 12-segment steps (OVER, –3 dB, –6 dB, –9 dB, –12 dB,
–15 dB, –18 dB, –24 dB, –30 dB, –40 dB, –50 dB, –60 dB).
You can select the metering point (the point at which the level is detected) from the following choices.
For information on how to change the metering point, refer to the section “Operations in the METER
screen” on page 111.
• PRE EQ .......................Immediately before the EQ
• PRE FADER ...............Immediately before the fader
• POST ON ...................Immediately after the [ON] key
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Graphic EQ, effects, and Premium Rack
MIX
INSERT OUT
1-24
STEREO
INSERT OUT
L,R,MONO(C)
This chapter explains how to use the built-in graphic EQ, effects, and Premium Rack.
MATRIX
INSERT OUT
1-8
About the virtual rack
CL series consoles enable you to use the built-in graphic EQ (subsequently abbreviated as “GEQ”) and
effects/processors to modify signals. You can use two types of GEQ: 31BandGEQ which enables you to
freely adjust thirty-one bands (frequency regions), and Flex15GEQ which enables you to adjust any
fifteen of thirty-one bands. You can also use 54 different effect types. The CL series consoles feature
Premium Rack, which employs VCM technology. This technology models analog circuitry on a
component level to faithfully reproduce amazing analog sounds. The Premium Rack offers six types of
processors.
In order to use a GEQ, effect, or Premium Rack, you must mount the GEQ, effect, or Premium Rack in
each virtual rack, and patch the input and output of that rack to the desired signal route. In other words,
the operation is just as though you had installed a signal processor or effect device in an actual rack,
and used patch cords to connect it. You can mount a GEQ instance in each of the sixteen racks 1–16,
an effect rack instance in each of the eight racks 1–8, and a Premium Rack instance in each of the eight
racks 1–8.
Up to two channels of input and output can be used for each rack. (However if the “31BandGEQ” is
mounted in a rack, there will be only one channel each for input and output.)
The figure below shows the signal flow for the virtual racks.
GEQ
RACK IN
PATCH
GEQ RACK1(GEQ1)
METER RACK IN
METER RACK OUT
31BandGEQ
METER RACK IN A
METER RACK IN B
GEQ1 IN
A(L)/B(R)
GEQ2-16 IN
A(L)/B(R)
Flex15GEQ
INSERT IN
PATCH
(INPUT CH)
OMNI IN 1-8
METER RACK OUT A
METER RACK OUT B
SLOT1 1-16
SLOT2 1-16
SLOT3 1-16
FX1-8 OUT
A(L)/B(R)
GEQ RACK2-16(GEQ2-16) (same as GEQ RACK1)
PR 1-8 OUT
A(L)/B(R)
CH INSERT IN 1-72{64,48}
To CH INSERT IN
72
EFFECT
RACK IN
PATCH
EFFECT RACK1(FX1)
METER RACK IN
MIX OUT
1-24
INSERT IN
PATCH
(OUTPUT CH)
OMNI IN 1-8
MATRIX OUT
1-8
STEREO OUT
L,R,MONO(C)
CH
INSERT OUT
1-72{64,48}
METER RACK OUT
31BandGEQ
METER RACK IN A
METER RACK IN B
METER RACK OUT A
METER RACK OUT B
SLOT1 1-16
SLOT2 1-16
SLOT3 1-16
METER RACK IN L
METER RACK IN R
METER RACK OUT L
METER RACK OUT R
GEQ1-16
OUT
A(L)/B(R)
Flex15GEQ
EFFECT
EFFECT CUE
FX1 IN
A(L)/B(R)
FX2-8 IN
A(L)/B(R)
PREMIUM
RACK IN
PATCH
EFFECT RACK2-8(FX2-8) (same as EFFECT RACK1)
MIX INSERT IN 1-24
24
3
To MIX INSERT IN
STEREO INSERT IN L,R,MONO(C)
MATRIX INSERT IN 1-8
To STEREO INSERT IN
To MATRIX INSERT IN
8
FX1 OUT
A(L)/B(R)
FX2-8 OUT
A(L)/B(R)
PREMIUM RACK1(PR1)
METER RACK IN L
METER RACK IN R
METER RACK OUT L
METER RACK OUT R
PROCESSOR
PR1 IN
A(L)/B(R)
PR2-8 IN
A(L)/B(R)
EFFECT CUE
PREMIUM RACK2-8 (same as PREMIUM RACK1)
PR1 OUT
A(L)/B(R)
PR2-8 OUT
A(L)/B(R)
NOTE
The CL console provides a rack for mounting an I/O device (such as an Rio series), external head
amps (Yamaha AD8HR, SB168-ES, etc.) as well as the virtual rack for GEQ, effects and Premium
Rack. For details, see “I/O device and external head amp” on page 138.
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2 Rack mount popup button
Virtual rack operations
Press this button to open the RACK MOUNTER popup window, in which you can select the type
of the rack you want to mount.
This section explains how to mount a GEQ or effect in the virtual rack, and patch the input and output
of the rack as an example.
1.
In the Function Access Area, press the RACK button to access the VIRTUAL RACK
window.
3 SAFE toggle button
Switches Recall Safe on or off for the rack. Racks with Recall Safe on will be excluded from Recall
operations.
4 INPUT PATCH button
Press this button to open the CH SELECT popup window, in which you can select the path of the
signal patched to the rack input. The selected path will appear on the button.
2.
In the upper part of the VIRTUAL RACK window, press the GEQ 1–8, GEQ 9–16, or
EFFECT tab to access the GEQ or EFFECT field.
1
If the type is EFFECT, two buttons (L/R) will appear. If the type is Flex15GEQ, two buttons (A/B)
will appear. If the type is 31BandGEQ, one button will appear.
1
5 OUTPUT PATCH button
Press this button to open the CH SELECT popup window, in which you can select the path of the
signal patched to the rack output. The selected path will appear on the button.
If the type is EFFECT, two buttons (L/R) will appear. If the type is Flex15GEQ, two buttons (A/B)
will appear. If the type is 31BandGEQ, one button will appear.
NOTE
For the CL3/CL1, the INPUT PATCH/OUTPUT PATCH fields will be shown crossed-out if a
channel that does not exist on that model has been specified.
6 Rack container
23 4
6
5
23 4
6
5
Indicates the contents of the rack. This container varies depending on the rack type you selected
in the RACK MOUNTER popup window.
1 Rack tabs
Selects the type of rack you want to display on the screen. Choose from GEQ 1–8 and GEQ 9–16
(GEQ rack), EFFECT (effect rack), and PREMIUM (Premium Rack).
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3.
• If nothing is mounted:
To mount a GEQ or effect in the rack, press the rack mount button for that rack.
The RACK MOUNTER popup window will appear.
1
2
1
2
Press this area to open the RACK MOUNTER popup window, in which you can select the GEQ
or effect that will be mounted in the rack.
• If 31BandGEQ is mounted:
3 4
5
3 4
5
1 Rack number
This area indicates the settings for each band, GEQ on/off status, and input/output level. Press this
area to open the GEQ EDIT popup window, in which you can modify the GEQ settings.
This indicates the number of the selected rack.
2 Virtual rack
• If Flex15GEQ is mounted:
This area indicates the GEQ or effect selected via the MODULE SELECT buttons.
3 MODULE SELECT
Use these buttons to select the GEQ or effect that will be mounted in the rack. Each button has
the following function.
• BLANK button .......................... Removes the GEQ or effect currently mounted in the rack; the
rack will be empty.
• 31BandGEQ button.................. Mounts a 31BandGEQ in the rack.
• Flex15GEQ button.................... Mounts a Flex15GEQ in the rack.
• EFFECT button ......................... Mounts an effect in the rack.
This area indicates the settings for each band, the GEQ on/off status, and the input and output
levels for A and B respectively. Press this area to open the GEQ EDIT popup window, in which
you can modify the GEQ settings for A and B.
• If an effect is mounted (EFFECT rack only):
This area indicates the effect type, number of inputs and outputs, bypass on/off status, and the
input/output level. Press this area to open the EFFECT EDIT popup window, in which you can
modify the effect settings.
NOTE
Input/output patching will be defeated if you change the item mounted in a rack.
4 CANCEL button
Cancels the changes you made in the RACK MOUNTER popup window, and closes the window.
7
5 OK button
Applies the changes you made in the RACK MOUNTER popup window, and closes the window.
7 Link indicator
NOTE
Indicates that an odd-numbered rack and even-numbered rack of the 31BandGEQ, or A and B of
the Flex15GEQ are linked each other.
• Be aware that if you remove a GEQ or effect that was mounted in a rack and close the window,
all edits to the parameter settings for that GEQ or effect will be discarded. If you have not yet
closed the window, you can recover the parameter settings by mounting the same GEQ or effect
once again.
• You can also display the RACK MOUNTER popup window by pressing a vacant rack in the GEQ/
EFFECT field.
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4.
5.
Use the MODULE SELECT buttons to select the item you want to mount, and press
the OK button.
2 Channel select buttons
To select the input source for a rack, press the INPUT PATCH button for that rack.
The CH SELECT popup window will appear, allowing you to select the input source for the rack.
Switch the list as necessary, and select the input source channel that you want to patch.
When you select an input source in the CH SELECT popup window, a dialog box will ask you for
confirmation. To confirm the operation, press the OK button.
3 CLOSE button
Use these buttons to select the input source channel.
Closes the popup window.
NOTE
In the case of the GEQ, patching it to either an insert-out or insert-in will automatically assign the
other patch point to the same rack. Also, insert mode will automatically be switched on.
Additionally, if you defeat the insert-out or insert-in of a GEQ, the other patch point will
automatically be defeated and at the same time insert mode will automatically be switched off.
For more information on insert-in/out, see “Inserting an external device into a channel” on
page 21.
NOTE
• You have the option of making settings so that the confirmation dialog box will not appear
(see page 169).
• Normally you can specify two channels of input for each rack. However if you have selected
31BandGEQ, only one channel can be used.
6.
To select the output source for a rack, press the OUTPUT PATCH button for that
rack.
The CH SELECT popup window will appear, allowing you to select the output destination for the
rack. Switch the list items as necessary, and select the output destination that you want to use.
When you select an output destination in the CH SELECT popup window, a dialog box will ask
you to confirm the change. To confirm the change, press the OK button.
NOTE
• You can make settings such that the confirmation dialog box will not appear (see page 169).
• Normally you will be able to specify two channels of output for a rack, but if the 31BandGEQ is
selected only one channel can be used.
2
1
3
1 Category select list
2
Selects the category of channel shown in the popup window.
• MIX/MATRIX.................................. MIX 1–24, MATRIX 1–8 *1, *2
• ST/MONO......................................... STEREO L/R, MONO *1, *2
• INSERT OUT 1–32.......................... CH 1–32 *1
• INSERT OUT 33–64 ....................... CH 33–64 *1
• INSERT OUT 65–72 ....................... CH 65–72 *1
• INSERT OUT MIX/MATRIX ....... MIX 1–24, MATRIX 1–8
• INSERT OUT ST/MONO .............. STEREO L/R, MONO
1
3
1 Category select list
*1. Not displayed for GEQ 1–16 RACK.
*2. Not displayed for PREMIUM 3–8 RACK. Displayed only for PREMIUM 1–2 RACK.
Selects the category of channel shown in the popup window.
• CH 1–32 ...................................... CH 1–32 *1, *2
• CH 33–64.................................... CH 33–64 *1, *2
NOTE
In the case of the CL3/CL1, channels that do not exist on those models will not be shown.
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•
•
•
•
•
CH 65–72.................................... CH 65–72 *1, *2
INSERT IN 1–32 ....................... CH 1–32 *1
INSERT IN 33–64..................... CH 33–64 *1
INSERT IN 65–72..................... CH 65–72 *1
INSERT IN MIX/MATRIX..... MIX 1–24, MATRIX 1–8
INSERT IN ST/MONO............ STEREO L/R, MONO
Graphic EQ operations
About the graphic EQ
The CL series console enables you to mount a GEQ in GEQ racks 1–16 and patch it to the insert-out
and insert-in of a MIX/MATRIX channel or STEREO/MONO channel. You can also mount it in
EFFECT racks 1–8 (FX 1–8) and patch it to the insert-out/in of an input channel, MIX/MATRIX
channel or STEREO/MONO channel. The gain of each band can be adjusted using the faders and [ON]
keys in the Centralogic section.
The following two types of GEQ are provided.
*1. Not displayed for GEQ 1-16 RACK.
*2. Not displayed for PREMIUM 3–8 RACK. Displayed only for PREMIUM 1–2 RACK.
NOTE
• In the case of the CL3/CL1, channels that do not exist on those models will not be shown.
• If you use CL5 settings data on the CL3/CL1, or CL3 settings data on the CL1, buttons will be
shown crossed-out if they are assigned to a channel that does not exist on that model.
■ 31BandGEQ
This is a monaural 31-band GEQ. Each band is 1/3 octave
wide, the adjustable gain range is ±15 dB, and the gain of
all thirty-one bands can be adjusted.
If a 31BandGEQ is mounted in a rack, one channel of input
and output can be used for that rack.
2 Channel select buttons
Use these buttons to select the output destination.
3 CLOSE button
Closes the popup window.
7.
INPUT
Rack
OUTPUT
31BandGEQ
■ Flex15GEQ
This is a monaural 15-band GEQ. Each band is 1/3 octave
OUTPUT
INPUT
Rack
wide, and the adjustable gain range is ±15 dB. The
Flex15GEQ (A)
Flex15GEQ enables you to adjust the gain for any fifteen of
the same bands as the thirty-one bands of the 31bandGEQ.
Flex15GEQ (B)
(Once you have used up fifteen bands of adjustment, you
will not be able to adjust the gain of another band until you reset a previously-adjusted band to the flat
setting.)
A rack for which the Flex15GEQ is selected will have two Flex15GEQ units (shown as “A” and “B”
respectively) mounted in that rack, and will allow two channels of input and output. If you mount a
Flex15GEQ in each rack, you will be able to use up to 48 GEQ units simultaneously.
To switch Recall Safe on/off for each rack, press the SAFE button for that rack.
If Recall Safe is turned on for a rack, the contents and parameters of that rack will not change
when a scene is recalled. For more information on Recall Safe, “Using the Recall Safe function”
on page 88.
Be aware that the Recall Safe settings of each rack will not preserve the input/output patching to
that rack. Recall Safe settings for patching must be made on the input-source or outputdestination channel.
NOTE
The type of GEQ, effect, or premium rack mounted in each rack, its parameter settings, and the
input-source and output-destination patch settings are saved as part of the scene.
Inserting a GEQ in a channel
This section explains how to insert a GEQ into the selected channel for use.
1.
Refer to steps 1–6 in the “Virtual rack operations” on page 115 section to mount a
GEQ in a rack and set its input source and output destination.
The rack shown in the GEQ field indicates the approximate GEQ settings and the input and
output levels. A rack in which a Flex15GEQ is mounted will show information for two GEQ units
(A and B).
NOTE
If you are using a stereo source, you can mount a Flex15GEQ, or mount two 31BandGEQ units
in adjacent odd-numbered/even-numbered racks. This will let you link the two GEQ units in a later
step.
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2.
3.
In the GEQ field or the EFFECT field, press the rack in which you mounted the GEQ.
The GEQ popup window will appear, allowing you to edit the GEQ parameters.
NOTE
The popup windows for the 31BandGEQ and the Flex15GEQ are nearly identical. However, the
Flex15GEQ individually displays two GEQ units (A and B) mounted in a single rack.
2
3
4
5
If you are using a stereo source, link the two GEQ units.
You will be able to use the GEQ LINK button if you have selected a 31BandGEQ or Flex15GEQ
for adjacent odd-numbered/even-numbered racks. When you turn this button on, the following
popup window will appear. To enable linking, press any button other than CANCEL. The popup
window contains the following items.
6
1
2
3
4
1 GEQ x➞y button (“x” and “y” are the rack number, or the rack number and
alphabetical character A or B)
The parameters of “x” will be copied to “y,” and then linked.
2 GEQ y➞x button
1
The parameters of “y” will be copied to “x,” and then linked.
1 Rack select tabs
3 RESET BOTH button
Switch among GEQ 1–8, among GEQ 9–16 or among EFFECT1–8. For a rack in which a Flex 15
GEQ is mounted, the tabs will be split as xA and xB (x is the rack number).
The parameters of both will be initialized, and then linked.
4 CANCEL button
2 INPUT PATCH button
Cancels the link and closes the popup window.
When you link GEQ units, a symbol will appear in the GEQ field to indicate the linked status.
Opens the CH SELECT popup window, in which you can select the input source of the rack. The
operating procedure is the same as for the INPUT PATCH button in the GEQ field.
3 OUTPUT PATCH button
Opens the CH SELECT popup window, enabling you to select the output destination of the rack.
The operating procedure is the same as for the OUTPUT PATCH button in the GEQ field.
4 GEQ LINK button
Links adjacent GEQ units.
In the case of a 31bandGEQ, the GEQ units in adjacent odd-numbered/even-numbered racks will
be linked. In the case of a Flex15GEQ, the GEQ(A) and GEQ(B) within the same rack will be
linked.
4.
NOTE
Press the GEQ ON/OFF button to turn the GEQ on.
After you have turned the GEQ on, adjust the bands of the GEQ.
For details on GEQ operations, refer to the following section “Using the 31BandGEQ” on
page 120, or “Using the Flex15GEQ” on page 121.
NOTE
The GEQ LINK button is shown only if linking is possible.
You can view the input and output levels of the GEQ in the rack in the GEQ field.
5 FLAT button
Returns all bands of the currently selected GEQ to 0 dB.
6 GEQ ON/OFF button
Switches the currently-selected GEQ on or off.
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Using the 31BandGEQ
The buttons in the FADER ASSIGN field correspond to the following groups of bands.
You will use the Centralogic section’s faders 1–8 and [ON] keys to control the 31BandGEQ.
1.
2.
Refer to steps 1–6 in the “Virtual rack operations” section on page 115 to mount a
31BandGEQ in a rack and set its input source and output destination.
The rack in which the 31BandGEQ is mounted will show the approximate settings and input and
output levels.
In the GEQ field or the EFFECT field, press the rack in which you mounted the
31BandGEQ.
The GEQ popup window will appear. In the GEQ popup window you can use the tabs to switch
among the racks.
20–100
Eight bands 20.0 Hz–100 Hz
63–315
Eight bands 63.0 Hz–315 Hz
200–1k
Eight bands 200 Hz–1.00 kHz
630–3.15k
Eight bands 630 Hz–3.15 kHz
2k–10k
Eight bands 2.00 kHz–10.0 kHz
4k–20k
Eight bands 4.00 kHz–20.0 kHz
When you press one of these buttons, the faders for the bands selected on screen will turn white,
and the numbers of the corresponding faders in the Centralogic section will be displayed. Now
you can use the faders in the Centralogic section to control the band.
NOTE
The above operation is possible even if the Centralogic section is locked. When you turn off the
button in the FADER ASSIGN field, it will return to the locked state.
5.
1
Operate the faders in the Centralogic section.
The corresponding frequency region will be boosted or cut.
NOTE
When a fader in the Centralogic section is set to the center (flat) position, the corresponding [ON]
key indicator will turn off. This indicates that the corresponding band is not being modified. If you
raise or lower the fader even the slightest amount, the [ON] key will light, indicating that this band
has been modified. If you press a lit [ON] key to make it go dark, the corresponding band will
immediately return to the flat state.
2
3
6.
Repeat steps 4 and 5 to adjust each band.
NOTE
If you switch the display to a different screen or rack, the fader assignments in the Centralogic
section will forcibly be defeated. However, if you once again display the same rack, the group of
bands you had previously been controlling will automatically be assigned to the faders.
1 EQ graph
Indicates the approximate response of the current 31BandGEQ.
7.
2 Faders
Indicate the amount of boost and cut for each band of the 31BandGEQ. The actual values are
shown in the numerical boxes below.
3 FADER ASSIGN field
NOTE
When you close the GEQ popup window, the buttons in the FADER ASSIGN field automatically
turn off.
In this field you can select the group of bands that will be controlled by the Centralogic section’s
faders.
3.
Press the GEQ ON/OFF button to turn the 31BandGEQ on.
4.
Press one of the buttons in the FADER ASSIGN field to select the group of bands
you will control using the Centralogic section’s faders.
When you have finished making settings, turn off the buttons in the FADER ASSIGN
field.
The faders and [ON] keys in the Centralogic section will return to their previous function.
8.
If you want to copy the currently-displayed 31BandGEQ settings to the GEQ of
another rack, or to initialize the settings, you can do so using the tool buttons at
the top of the popup window.
For details on how to use these buttons, refer to “Using the tool buttons” in the separate Owner’s
Manual.
NOTE
• Only 31BandGEQ settings that use fifteen bands or less can be copied to a Flex15GEQ.
• GEQ settings can be saved and recalled at any time using the dedicated library.
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Using the Flex15GEQ
When you press one of these buttons, the faders for the bands selected on the touch screen will
turn white, and the numbers of the corresponding faders in the Centralogic section will be
displayed. Now you can use the faders in the Centralogic section to control the band.
You will use the Centralogic section’s faders 1–8 and [ON] keys to control the Flex15GEQ.
1.
Refer to steps 1–6 in the “Virtual rack operations” section on page 115 to mount a
Flex15GEQ in a rack and set its input source and output destination.
A rack in which a Flex15GEQ is mounted will show information for two GEQ units (A and B).
NOTE
The above operation is possible even if the Centralogic section is locked. When you turn off the
button in the FADER ASSIGN field, the faders will return to the locked state.
5.
NOTE
If you mount a Flex15GEQ, two monaural 31BandGEQ units will be placed in a single rack.
However, only up to fifteen bands can be adjusted for each unit.
2.
Operate the faders in the Centralogic section.
For each of a Flex15GEQ’s two GEQ units (A and B), a maximum of fifteen bands can be controlled.
The AVAILABLE BANDS parameter box in the FADER ASSIGN field indicates the real-time
number of additional bands that can be controlled in the current GEQ. If you have used all fifteen
bands, you will have to return one of these bands to the flat position before you can operate any
other band.
Press the rack in which you mounted the Flex15GEQ.
The GEQ popup window for GEQ(A) or GEQ(B) will appear.
NOTE
• The [ON] key will light if you raise or lower a fader even the slightest amount. This indicates that
the corresponding band has been modified.
• To quickly return a boosted or cut band to the flat position, press the corresponding [ON] key in
the Centralogic section to make it go dark.
6.
Repeat steps 4 and 5 to adjust up to fifteen bands.
NOTE
If you switch the display to a different screen, the fader assignments in the Centralogic section
will forcibly be defeated. However if you once again display the same rack, the group of bands
you had previously been controlling will automatically be assigned to the faders.
7.
This window is the same as that for the 31BandGEQ, except that the AVAILABLE BANDS
parameter box indicates the real-time number of additional bands (maximum 15) that can be
controlled in the current GEQ.
For a rack in which a Flex15GEQ is mounted, the rack switch tabs will be split as xA and xB (x is
the rack number).
3.
Press the GEQ ON/OFF button to turn the Flex15GEQ on.
4.
Press one of the buttons in the FADER ASSIGN field to select the group of bands
you will control using the Centralogic section’s faders.
For details on the bands corresponding to each button in the FADER ASSIGN field, refer to step
4 of “Using the 31BandGEQ” on page 120.
When you have finished making settings, turn off the buttons in the FADER ASSIGN
field.
The faders and [ON] keys in the Centralogic section will return to their previous function.
NOTE
When you close the GEQ popup window, the buttons in the FADER ASSIGN field automatically
turn off.
8.
If you want to copy the currently-displayed Flex15GEQ settings to the GEQ of
another rack, or to initialize the settings, you can do so using the tool buttons at
the top of the popup window.
For details on how to use these buttons, refer to “Using the tool buttons” in the separate Owner’s
Manual.
NOTE
GEQ settings can be saved and recalled using the dedicated library.
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About the internal effects
■ STEREO type effects
The internal effects of the CL series console can be mounted in EFFECT racks 1–8, and patched to an
output channel’s output or input channel’s input, or inserted into a channel. For each effect mounted in
a rack, you can choose one of 54 types of effect.
With the default settings, the signals from MIX channels 17–24 are input to racks 1–8, and from the
racks are then output to ST IN 1–8 (L/R).
INPUT L
EFFECT L
L RETURN
INPUT R
EFFECT R
R RETURN
■ MIX type effects
INPUT L
L RETURN
EFFECT
NOTE
INPUT R
Some effect types can be mounted only in racks 1, 3, 5 or 7.
R RETURN
If a signal is assigned to only one input of a two-input effect, it will be processed as mono-in/stereo-out
regardless of whether a Stereo effect type or Mix effect type is selected. However, please note that this
will not apply to COMP276, COMP276S, COMP260, COMP260S, EQUALIZER601, and OPENDECK.
To use an internal effect via send and return, assign the output of a MIX channel. to the input of the
effect, and assign the output of the effect to an input channel. In this case, the corresponding output
channel is used as a master channel for the effect send, and the input channel is used as an effect return
channel.
INPUT
L or R
L RETURN
EFFECT
R RETURN
Rack 1
EFFECT
Using an internal effect via send and return
This section explains how to use a MIX bus as an effect send bus and a ST IN channel as an effect return
channel, so that the effect can be used in a send and return configuration.
EFFECT
Rack 7
INPUT PATCH
Output of the
output channel
OUTPUT PATCH
Rack 2
NOTE
Input of the input
channel
• If you want to use a MIX bus as an effect send bus, select “VARI” as the bus type. This will allow
you to adjust the send level separately for each input channel.
• If you want to use the input to an effect in stereo, it can be convenient to assign the send
destination MIX bus to stereo. (For details on bus assignments, see “Basic settings for MIX buses
and MATRIX buses” on page 202.)
EFFECT
Rack 8
EFFECT
1.
Alternatively, you can assign the input and output of the internal effect to the insert-out/in of a desired
channel (except for a ST IN channel), so that the effect is inserted into that channel.
Insert-out of a
desired channel*
EFFECT
Follow steps 1–3 described in “Virtual rack operations” on page 115, to mount an
effect in a rack.
The rack in which an effect is mounted will indicate the effect type used by that effect, the number
of inputs and outputs, and the levels before and following the effect.
Insert-in of a
desired channel*
* Excluding a ST IN channel
The internal effects are categorized into two groups: “STEREO type” (2-in/2-out) effects that process
the L/R channel input signals independently, and “MIX type” (1-in/2-out) effects that mix the two
channels before processing them.
If signals are assigned to both the L and R inputs of an effect, the way in which the L/R channels are
processed will depend on whether a Stereo effect type or a Mix effect type is selected, as follows.
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2.
3.
2 OUTPUT PATCH buttons
Press the INPUT PATCH L button to open the CH SELECT popup window, and select
a MIX channel as the input source for the rack.
For details on the CH SELECT popup window, refer to step 5 of “Virtual rack operations” on
page 115. The output of the MIX channel you are using as the effect send is now assigned to the
L input of the effect.
If you are using a stereo source, assign the L/R signals of the stereo MIX channel to the L/R inputs
of the rack.
Press these buttons to open the CH SELECT popup window. The operating procedure is the same
as for the OUTPUT button in the GEQ field.
3 Input/output meters
Indicate the level of the signals before and after the effect.
4 MIX BAL. knob
This knob adjusts the balance between the original sound and the effect sound included in the
output signal from the effect. If you press this knob to select it, you will be able to adjust it using
the corresponding multifunction knob.
Press the OUTPUT PATCH L button to open the CH SELECT popup window, and
select the L input of the desired ST IN channel as the output-destination for the
rack.
For details on the CH SELECT popup window, refer to step 6 of “Virtual rack operations” on
page 115. The L input of the ST IN channel used as the effect return channel is now assigned to
the L output of the effect.
If you are using the output of the effect in stereo, assign the R input of the same ST IN channel to
the R output of the rack in the same way.
5.
NOTE
NOTE
For more information on setting the effect parameters, see “Editing the internal effect parameters”
on page 125.
You can select more than one output destination for the effect.
4.
As necessary, use the multifunction knob to adjust the MIX BAL. knob.
Adjusts the balance between the original sound and the effect sound included in the output signal
from the effect. This parameter is provided for all effect types.
If you are using the effect via send and return, set this to 100% (effect sound only).
6.
Press the rack in which you mounted the effect.
The EFFECT popup window will appear, allowing you to edit the effect parameters.
2
To adjust the effect send level of an input channel, use the Bank Select keys in the
Centralogic section to access the OVERVIEW screen that includes the input channel
you want to control.
3
1
4
1 INPUT PATCH buttons
Press these buttons to open the CH SELECT popup window. The operating procedure is the same
as for the INPUT button in the GEQ field.
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7.
Use the MIX1-16, MIX17-24 and MATRIX keys of the SELECTED CHANNEL section
(top panel) so that the SEND field shows the MIX bus that is patched as the effect
send.
You can also use the MIX1-16, MIX17-24 and MATRIX buttons in the SELECTED CHANNEL
VIEW screen to switch the displayed bus.
2.
Press the L side of the INPUT PATCH button to open the CH SELECT popup window,
and select the insert-out of a channel as the input-source.
For details on the CH SELECT popup window, refer to step 5 of “Virtual rack operations” on
page 115. Insert-out is now assigned to the L input of the effect.
8.
Press the TO MIX SEND LEVEL knob that corresponds to the desired MIX bus, and
turn the multifunction knob to adjust the send level of the signal sent from each
channel to the MIX bus.
In this state you can adjust the send level of the signal sent from the input channel to the internal
effect. Adjust the send level of other input channels in the same way.
If you press the selected knob once again, the MIX SEND popup window (8ch) for the senddestination MIX bus will appear. This popup window contains on/off switches for the signals sent
from each channel to the corresponding bus, and lets you select the send point (PRE or POST)
(see page 41).
3.
Press the L side of the OUTPUT PATCH button to open the CH SELECT popup
window, and select the insert-in of the same channel as the output-destination.
For details on the CH SELECT popup window, refer to step 6 of “Virtual rack operations” on
page 115. Insert-in is now assigned to the L output of the effect.
If you are inserting an effect into a channel that handles a stereo source, assign the R channel
insert-out/insert-in to the R input and output.
4.
Use the Bank Select keys in the Centralogic section to access the OVERVIEW screen
for the channel into which you inserted the effect.
5.
Press the INSERT/DIRECT OUT field to access the INSERT/DIRECT OUT popup
window.
Make sure that the rack you inserted into the input and output ports is selected. For more
information on insert-out/in, see “Inserting an external device into a channel” on page 21.
To adjust the master level of the effect send, call up the MIX channel you specified
as the input-source of the rack in step 2 to the Centralogic section, and adjust the
corresponding fader.
Set the level as high as possible without allowing the post-effect signal to reach the overload point.
6.
Turn on the INSERT ON/OFF button for the channel into which you inserted the
effect.
If it is off, press the button to turn it on. In this state, effect insertion is enabled for the
corresponding channel.
NOTE
7.
In the Function Access Area, press the RACK button to access the VIRTUAL RACK
window, and use the EFFECT tab to display the EFFECT field.
8.
Press the effect rack that you inserted into the channel. The EFFECT popup window
will appear.
In this popup window you can edit the effect parameters.
9.
Select the effect type and edit the effect parameters.
For details on editing the effect parameters, refer to “Editing the internal effect parameters.”
NOTE
At this time, you make sure that the send level from the ST IN channel you selected in step 3 to
the corresponding MIX bus is set to –∞ dB. If you raise this send level, the output of the effect will
be returned to the input of the same effect, possibly causing oscillation.
9.
The input and output levels of the effect are shown by the input/output meters in the upper right
of the EFFECT popup window.
10.
To adjust the effect return level, operate the ST IN channel that you selected as the
output-destination for the rack in step 3.
Inserting an internal effect into a channel
This section explains how to insert an effect into a channel by assigning the input/output of the internal
effect to the input/output of the desired channel (except for a ST IN channel).
1.
NOTE
• The levels before and after the effect are shown by the input and output meters in the upper right
of the EFFECT popup window.
• Adjust the effect send master level and the effect parameters so that the signal does not reach
the overload point at the input or output stage of the effect.
Follow steps 1–3 described in “Virtual rack operations” on page 115, to mount an
effect in a rack.
The rack in which an effect is mounted will indicate the effect type used by that effect, the number
of inputs and outputs, and the levels before and after the effect.
10.
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Editing the internal effect parameters
Press these buttons to open the CH SELECT popup window.
This section explains how to change the effect type and edit the parameters.
1.
2 OUTPUT PATCH buttons
Follow steps 1–3 described in “Virtual rack operations” on page 115, to mount an
effect in a rack.
A rack in which an effect is mounted will show the following information.
1
Press these buttons to open the CH SELECT popup window.
3 Effect type field
Displays the effect title, the name of the type that is used, and a graphic. The number of input and
output channels (1 IN/2 OUT or 2 IN/2 OUT) of this effect is also shown. Press this field to open
the EFFECT TYPE popup window, in which you can select the effect type.
2
4 EFFECT CUE button
Enables you to cue-monitor the output of the currently-displayed effect. This Cue function is
valid only while this screen is displayed. The cue will be canceled automatically when you switch
to a different screen.
1 Effect title/type
This area indicates the effect title, the name of the type that is used, and a graphic. The number of
input/output channels (1 IN/2 OUT or 2 IN/2 OUT) of this effect is also shown.
5 Special parameter field
2 Input/output meters
Indicates special parameters that are specific to some effect types.
Indicate the level of the signals before and after the effect.
2.
6 BYPASS button
Temporarily bypasses the effect.
Press the rack in which the effect you want to edit is mounted.
The EFFECT popup window will appear, allowing you to edit the effect parameters. In the
EFFECT popup window you can use the tabs to switch among the eight racks (EFFECT 1 –
EFFECT 8).
3
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7 Input/output meters
Indicate the level of the signals before and after the effect.
8 Effect parameter field
5
This area indicates parameters for the currently-selected effect type. When you press a knob in
this field, you will be able to use the multifunction knobs to control the corresponding horizontal
row of knobs.
You can also make fine adjustments by rotating a knob while pressing and holding it down.
6
9 Rack select tabs
7
Use these tabs to switch among EFFECT 1–8.
1
8
9
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■ TEMPO
This field appears if a tempo-type or modulation-type effect is selected.
To change the effect type, press the effect type field to open the EFFECT TYPE
popup window.
Press a new effect type to select it.
1 MIDI CLK button
If you turn this button on, the BPM parameter of that effect will
be set to match the tempo of the MIDI timing clock being input
from the MIDI port.
1
■ PLAY/REC
This field appears if FREEZE is selected as the effect type.
1 PLAY button/REC button
Enable you to record (sample) and play back when using the
freeze effect. For detailed operations, see “Using the Freeze
effect” on page 129.
■ SOLO
This field appears if M.BAND DYNA. or M.BAND COMP. is selected
as the effect type.
2
Allow only the selected frequency band to pass (multiple
selections are allowed).
• You can also change the effect type by recalling a library setting.
• Effect types “HQ.PITCH” and “FREEZE” can be used only in rack 1, 3, 5, or 7. Also, even if you
copy these two effect types, you will not be able to paste them to rack 2, 4, 6, or 8.
2 Gain reduction meters
Indicate the amount of gain reduction for each band.
To edit the effect parameters, press a knob in the effect parameter field to select
it, and turn the corresponding multifunction knob.
■ Gain reduction meter
This field appears if Comp276/276S or Comp260/260S is selected as
the effect type.
NOTE
For details on the parameters of each effect type, refer to the Appendices (see page 233).
5.
1
1 HIGH/MID/LOW buttons
NOTE
4.
1
Edit the settings in the special parameter field as necessary.
For some effect types, parameters such as the following will appear in the special parameter field.
1
1 Gain reduction meters
Indicate the amount of gain reduction applied by the
compressor.
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■ Type
This field is displayed when Equalizer601 is selected as the effect type.
1 DRIVE button/CLEAN button
Using the Tap Tempo function
“Tap tempo” is a function that lets you specify the delay time of a delay effect or the modulation speed
of a modulation effect by striking a key at the desired interval.
To use the Tap function, you must first assign Tap Tempo to a USER DEFINED key, and then operate
that USER DEFINED key.
1
Select one of two equalizer types that feature different effects.
2
DRIVE emulates changes in frequency response of analog circuits,
creating a driven sound that enhances analog characteristics by adding
some distortion.
CLEAN emulates changes in frequency response that are typical of analog circuits, creating a clear
non-distorted sound that is inherently digital.
1.
In the Function Access Area, press the SETUP button to access the SETUP screen.
2.
In the upper left of the screen, press the USER SETUP button to access the USER
SETUP popup window.
2 FLAT button
This button resets the gain of all bands to 0dB.
6.
If you want to monitor the output signal of the currently-displayed effect, press the
EFFECT CUE button to turn it on.
NOTE
If the Cue mode is set to MIX CUE, all channels for which the CUE key is turned on will be
monitored. However, only the output signal of the effect will be monitored if you turn on the
EFFECT CUE button. (The [CUE] keys that had been turned on until then will be temporarily
defeated.)
7.
If you want to bypass the currently-displayed effect, press the BYPASS button to
turn it on.
8.
If you want to copy the currently-displayed effect settings to the effect of another
rack, or to initialize the settings, you can do so using the tool buttons at the top of
the popup window.
For details on how to use these buttons, refer to “Using the tool buttons” in the separate Owner’s
Manual.
NOTE
Effect settings can be stored and recalled using the effect library.
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This window includes several pages, which you can switch between using the tabs located at the
bottom of the window.
3.
4.
Press the popup button for the USER DEFINED key to which you want to assign the
Tap Tempo function.
The USER DEFINED KEY SETUP popup window will appear.
5.
Select “TAP TEMPO” in the FUNCTION column, select “CURRENT PAGE” in the
PARAMETER 1 column, and press the OK button.
Use the / buttons or multifunction knobs to select an item in each column. Press the OK
button. The Tap Tempo function will be assigned to the USER DEFINED key that you selected in
step 4.
Press the USER DEFINED KEYS tab to select the USER DEFINED KEYS page.
The USER DEFINED KEYS page enables you to assign functions to USER DEFINED keys [1]–
[16].
NOTE
• If you specify “CURRENT PAGE” in the PARAMETER 1 column, the Tap Tempo function can be
used for the currently-displayed effect (rack).
• If you specify “RACK x” (x=1–8) in the PARAMETER 1 column, you will be able to use the Tap
Tempo function only for a specific effect (rack).
• For more information on USER DEFINED keys, see “USER DEFINED keys” on page 169.
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6.
In the Function Access Area, press the RACK button to access the VIRTUAL RACK
window, and then use the EFFECT tab to display the EFFECT field.
7.
Press the rack in which the effect you want to control is mounted.
The EFFECT popup window will appear.
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Using the Freeze effect
Press the effect type field to open the EFFECT TYPE
popup window, and select an effect type that
includes the BPM parameter.
The BPM parameter is included in delay-type and
modulation-type effects, and can be used to specify the delay
time or modulation speed.
This section explains how to use the “FREEZE” effect type, which provides the functionality of a simple
sampler. When this effect type is selected, you can perform operations on screen to record (sample) and
play back a sound.
1.
In the Function Access Area, press the RACK button to access the VIRTUAL RACK
window, and then use the EFFECT tab to display the EFFECT field.
2.
Mount an effect in rack 1, 3, 5, or 7.
NOTE
For details on the parameters of each effect type, refer to the
Appendices (see page 233).
NOTE
Effect types “FREEZE” and “HQ.PITCH” can be used only in rack 1, 3, 5, or 7.
9.
Set the SYNC parameter to ON.
10.
At the desired tempo, repeatedly press the USER DEFINED key to which you
assigned the Tap Tempo function.
The average interval (BPM) at which you press the key will be calculated, and that value will be
applied to the BPM parameter.
3.
Press the rack in which the effect you want to control is mounted.
The EFFECT popup window will appear.
4.
Press the effect type field to open the EFFECT TYPE popup window, and select
“FREEZE.”
If the “FREEZE” effect type is selected, a PLAY button, REC button, and progress bar will appear
in the special parameter field.
The average interval will be input to the parameter.
(the average of a, b, and c)
a
b
c
1
3
2
1 PLAY button
First tap
Second tap
Third tap
Fourth tap
2 REC button
3 Progress bar
NOTE
NOTE
• If the average value is outside the range of 20–300 BPM, it will be ignored.
• If you turn on the MIDI CLK button in the special parameter field, the BPM parameter value will
change in relation to the tempo of the MIDI timing clock received from the MIDI port.
As an alternative to switching the effect type, you can also recall the “FREEZE” effect type from
the effect library.
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Using the Premium Rack
To begin recording (sampling), press the REC button and then press the PLAY
button.
The signal being input to the effect will be recorded. The bar reflects the current recording
progress. When a fixed time has elapsed, the buttons will automatically turn off.
The procedure to set up the I/O patches for the rack are the same as those for the effect rack.
(see page 122)
For the premium rack, only racks 1–2 can be used via send/return. Racks 3–8 are only for patching as
inserts. (Refer to steps 5 and 6 of “Virtual rack operations” on page 115.)
NOTE
You can adjust the parameters in the window to make detailed settings for recording time, the way
in which recording will begin, and the way in which the sample will play back. For details on the
parameters, refer to the Appendices (see page 242).
6.
To play back the recorded sample, press the PLAY button.
NOTE
1.
In the Function Access Area, press the RACK button to access the VIRTUAL RACK
window.
2.
In the upper part of the VIRTUAL RACK window, press the PREMIUM tab to display
the PREMIUM RACK field.
The sampled content will be erased if you record another sample, change the effect, or turn off
the power to the CL unit.
Using the Premium Rack
About the Premium Rack
The CL series console features processors that faithfully emulate meticulously-selected vintage analog
processors, and a newly-developed Premium Rack, as well as graphic EQs and built-in effects. The
Premium Rack employs VCM technology, which models analog circuitry on a component level to
faithfully reproduce and fine-tune amazing analog sounds.
The Premium Rack offers six types of processors.
Name
Outline
Portico 5033
Models RND’s analog 5-band EQ.
Portico 5043
Models RND’s analog compressor/limiter.
U76
Models a typical vintage compressor/limiter.
Opt–2A
Models a classic vacuum tube (optical type) compressor.
EQ–1A
Models a classic vacuum tube passive-type vintage EQ.
Dynamic EQ
Newly-developed EQ that features a dynamically changing gain and enables you to
control the cut/boost amount in relation to the input level.
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4.
To mount a Premium Rack in the rack, press the RACK MOUNT button for that rack.
The PREMIUM RACK MOUNTER popup window will appear.
Use the MODULE SELECT buttons to select the type you want to mount, and press
the OK button.
There are two ways to mount each processor:
• DUAL ..........................The processor is used on two mono channels.
• STEREO......................The processor is used on one stereo channel.
5.
Press the L side or the A side of the INPUT PATCH button to open the CH SELECT
popup window, and select the insert-out of a channel as the input-source.
For details on the CH SELECT popup window, refer to step 5 of “Virtual rack operations” on
page 115. Insert-out is now assigned to the L input of the processor.
6.
Press the L side or the A side of the OUTPUT PATCH button to open the CH SELECT
popup window, and select the insert-in of the same channel as the outputdestination.
For details on the CH SELECT popup window, refer to step 6 of “Virtual rack operations” on
page 115. Insert-in is now assigned to the L output of the processor.
If you are inserting a processor into a channel that handles a stereo source, assign the R channel
insert-out and insert-in to the R input and output of the processor.
7.
Use the Bank Select keys in the Centralogic section to access the OVERVIEW screen
for the channel into which you want to insert the processor.
8.
Press the INSERT/DIRECT OUT field to access the INSERT/DIRECT OUT popup
window.
Make sure that the rack you inserted in the input and output ports is selected. For details on Insert
Out/In, refer to “Inserting an external device into a channel” on page 21.
9.
Turn on the INSERT ON/OFF button for the channel into which you inserted the
processor.
If it is off, press the button to turn it on. In this state, processor insertion is enabled for the
corresponding channel.
10.
In the Function Access Area, press the RACK button to access the VIRTUAL RACK
window, and use the PREMIUM tab to display the PREMIUM RACK field.
11.
Press the processor rack that you inserted into the channel to open the Premium
Rack popup window.
In this popup window you can edit the processor parameters.
The DUAL button and STEREO button indicate how many rack space units are occupied by the
Premium Rack processor.
The U76 occupies two rack spaces. Other processors occupy one rack space. If you mount a twospace Premium Rack processor in the rack, you will be unable to mount any more processors
below those rack spaces. Also, you cannot mount a two-space processor in an even-numbered
rack.
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■ Portico 5033
Portico 5033 is a processor that emulates a 5-band analog EQ developed by Rupert Neve Designs
(RND). 5033EQ features a unique tone control response. It inherited the history of the “1073,” which
was praised as one of the greatest devices developed by Mr. Rupert Neve. Yamaha’s VCM technology
has modeled the EQ to the last detail, including the input/output transformer that was designed by Mr.
Rupert Neve himself. As a result, this processor model produces musically high-quality sound even
when bypassed. Its response features unique effects. For example, if the Lo setting is cut, the low range
becomes tight, and if the Hi setting is raised, the desired range will be boosted without hurting your
ears.
Adjust the parameters.
For details on editing the parameters, refer to the next section “Editing the Premium Rack
parameters.”
NOTE
Adjust the digital gain and the processor parameters so that the signal does not reach the
overload point at the input or output stage of the processor.
13.
Using the fader of the channel you selected as the rack’s output destination in
step 6, adjust the level as appropriate.
Editing the Premium Rack parameters
Each Premium Rack window includes the following items:
1
2
3
8
5
3
1
2
7
4
4
1 ASSIST button
6
1 ALL BYPASS button
Press this button to open a window in which you can assign the parameters to the multifunction
knobs for control.
Switches EQ bypass on or off. Even when EQ bypass is on, the signal will pass through the input/
output transformer and amp circuits.
2 LIBRARY button
2 TRIM knob
Press the button to open the Library popup window for Premium Rack. (For each module type)
Adjusts the input gain of the effect.
3 DEFAULT button
3 LF/LMF/MF/HMF/HF Frequency knobs
Restores the default parameter setting.
Adjust the frequency for each band.
4 Multifunction knob access field
4 LF/LMF/MF/HMF/HF Gain knobs
Indicates the name and value of the parameters that are assigned to the multifunction knobs.
To switch the parameter to control, press the knob in the window.
Adjust the amount of boost or cut for each band.
5 LMF/MF/HMF Q knobs
NOTE
Adjust the Q (steepness) of each band. The higher the Q value, the narrower the range in which
you can control the gain for the band.
• If the ASSIST button is on, you will be able to easily identify the parameters that are currently
available for editing, and the parameters that will be available for editing after you select them.
• You can adjust the parameter in finer steps by turning a multifunction knob while pressing and
holding it down.
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6 LMF/MF/HMF IN button
3 FB button
Turn LMF/MF/HMF EQ on or off respectively.
Switches the gain reduction method between FF (Feed-Forward) circuit and FB (Feed-Back)
circuit. The button will light when FB circuit is selected.
The FF circuit is used in most contemporary compressors. This type is useful when you want to
apply compression thoroughly while maintaining a consistent tonal color.
The FB circuit is used in vintage compressors. This type is suitable when you want to apply a
smooth compression while adding a tonal color that is characteristic to the device.
7 LF/HF IN button
Turn LF and HF EQ on or off simultaneously.
8 Graph
Indicates the graphical EQ response.
4 GAIN REDUCTION meter
■ Portico 5043
Portico 5043, like Portico 5033, is a processor that emulates RND’s analog compressor.The actual 5043
Compressor is equipped with the same input/output transformer as that of the 5033 EQ, delivering a
natural, analog-like tonality and effect. It enables you to obtain a range of results from hard
compression to natural sound, and is suitable for a broad range of audio sources ranging from drums
to vocals. The most notable feature of this model is that you can switch the gain reduction type. You can
choose either an FF (Feed-Forward) circuit type (which is the current mainstream), or an FB (FeedBack) circuit which was typically used in vintage compressors. This allows you to create sounds with
various characteristics as appropriate for your applications.
1
2
3
Indicates the amount of gain reduction.
5 THRESHOLD knob
Adjusts the threshold at which compression starts to be applied.
6 RATIO knob
Adjusts the compression ratio. Fully rotate the knob clockwise to switch to the limiter.
7 ATTACK knob
Adjusts the compressor’s attack time.
4
8 RELEASE knob
Adjusts the compressor’s release time.
9 GAIN knob
Adjusts the output gain.
5
6
7
8
9
1 IN button
Turns the compressor’s bypass on or off. When the compressor is bypassed, the button indicator
will turn off. However, even if the compressor is bypassed, the signal will pass through the input/
output transformer and amp circuits.
2 INPUT meter
Indicates the input signal level.
One meter appears in DUAL mode, and two meters appear in STEREO mode.
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■ U76
U76 is a processor that emulates a popular vintage compressor used in a wide range of situations. This
processor does not provide the threshold parameter that is found on conventional compressors.
Instead, the intensity of compression is determined by the balance between the input gain and the
output gain. The “All mode” setting for the RATIO parameter allows you to create a heavily-compressed
sound that is typical of this model. It produces an aggressive tonal character with a rich addition of
overtones.
1
6 OUTPUT knob
Adjusts the output level.
If you have adjusted the amount of gain reduction by changing the INPUT level, the level of
audible volume will also change. In this case, use the OUTPUT knob to adjust the volume level.
■ Opt–2A
Opt–2A is a processor that emulates a popular vintage model of tube opto compressors. It features
smooth compression produced using optical components such as a photocell and a light source to
control the level. It also features beautiful high-range overtones created by the warm distortion typical
of tube circuits, resulting in elegant and sophisticated sounds.
2
3
4
5
6
1
1 INPUT knob
Adjusts the input level. As the input level gets higher, more compression is applied.
2
3
4
1 GAIN knob
2 ATTACK knob
Adjusts the output level.
Adjusts the compressor’s attack time. Fully rotate the knob clockwise to set the fastest attack time.
2 PEAK REDUCTION knob
3 RELEASE knob
Adjusts the compression amount of the signal.
Adjusts the compressor’s release time. Fully rotate the knob clockwise to set the fastest release
time.
3 RATIO knob
Adjusts the compression ratio.
4 RATIO switch buttons
4 METER SELECT knob
Use these five buttons to set the compression ratio.
A button with the higher number will raise the compression ratio more. Pressing the ALL button
selects All mode, in which the RATIO will become high, and sharp compression with a faster
release time will be applied, creating substantially-distorted aggressive sound.
Switches the meter display.
GAIN REDUCTION indicates the amount of gain reduction when the compressor is operating.
With –18 dB as the reference level of the output signal, the OUTPUT +10 and OUTPUT +4
settings respectively will cause the value +10 dB or +4 dB from this reference level to be shown as
“0VU” on the meter.
5 METER switch buttons
Switch the meter display.
• GR.....................Indicates the amount of gain reduction applied by the compressor.
• +4/+8 ................Each meter uses –18 dB as the reference level of the output signal, and indicates
“0VU” for the value of the reference level added by +4 dB or +8 dB.
• OFF...................Turns off the meter display.
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■ EQ–1A
EQ-1A is a processor that emulates a famous passive-type vintage EQ. It features a unique style of
operation, allowing you to individually boost and attenuate (cut) each of two frequency ranges (high
and low). The frequency response is utterly unlike that of a conventional EQ, and is a uniquely
distinctive characteristic of this model. The input/output circuits and vacuum tubes produce a tonal
character that is highly musical and well-balanced.
3
4 5
7
8
7 (HIGH) BOOST knob
Sets the amount of boost applied to the frequency band specified by the HIGH FREQUENCY
knob.
8 (HIGH) ATTEN knob
Sets the amount of attenuation applied to the frequency band specified by the ATTEN SEL knob.
9 (HIGH) ATTEN SEL knob
9
Switches the frequency region attenuated by the ATTEN knob.
■ Dynamic EQ
Dynamic EQ is a newly-developed equalizer that does not emulate any specific model of equalizer. The
sidechain has a filter that extracts the same frequency band as the EQ. This allows you to apply EQ in
the same way as you might apply a compressor or expander to a specific frequency region, causing the
EQ gain to vary dynamically only when a specific frequency region of the input signal becomes too high
or too low. For example you could use this on a vocal sound as a de-esser, so that EQ is applied to a
specific frequency band only when sibilance or high-frequency consonants reach an unpleasant level,
thus preserving a natural sound that does not impair the original tonal character. Two full-band
Dynamic EQs are provided, enabling you to process a wide range of audio sources.
1
2
6
1 IN switch
C
Turns the processor on or off.
When the switch is off, the signal will bypass the filter section, but pass through the input/output
transformer and amp circuits.
1
3
4
2 LOW FREQUENCY knob
Sets the frequency of the low range filter.
3 (LOW) BOOST knob
6
Sets the amount of boost applied to the frequency band specified by the LOW FREQUENCY
knob.
5
9
4 (LOW) ATTEN knob
Sets the amount of attenuation applied to the frequency band specified by the LOW
FREQUENCY knob.
0
5 BAND WIDTH knob
28
Sets the width of the frequency band controlled by the high range filter.
As you rotate the knob toward the right (Broad), the band will become wider and the peak level
will decrease. This affects only the response of the boost.
A
7B
1 BAND ON/OFF button
Turns each band on or off.
6 HIGH FREQUENCY knob
Sets the frequency of the high range filter. This affects only the response of the boost.
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2 SIDECHAIN CUE button
B THRESHOLD meter
Press this button on to monitor the sidechain signal sent to the CUE bus. At this time, the graph
indicates the filter response for the sidechain.
Indicates the sidechain signal level in relation to the threshold level.
C Graph area
3 SIDECHAIN LISTEN button
Displays the equalizer response.
In most cases, this area displays the reference EQ graph that indicates the frequency and intensity,
and the dynamic EQ graph that indicates the dynamically-changing EQ responses.
Turn this button on to output the sidechain signal (linked to the dynamics) to the bus (such as a
STEREO bus or MIX/MATRIX bus) to which the insert channel signal is sent. At this time, the
graph indicates the response of the sidechain filters.
4 FILTER TYPE buttons
Switch the type of the main bus equalizers and sidechain filters. Main bus EQ and sidechain filter
will link as follows:
Dynamic EQ graph
FILTER TYPE
Reference EQ graph
(Bell)
(Hi Shelf)
Low Shelf
Bell
Hi Shelf
LPF
BPF
HPF
(Low Shelf)
Main EQ
Sidechain filter
If SIDECHAIN CUE or SIDECHAIN LISTEN is on, this area displays the sidechain filter
response.
5 FREQUENCY knob
Sets the frequency band that will be controlled by the equalizer and sidechain filter.
6 Q knob
Sets the Q value (steepness) of the equalizer and sidechain filter.
As you rotate this knob clockwise, the frequency range to which the equalizer or sidechain filter
is applied will become wider.
Sidechain filter graph
7 THRESHOLD knob
Specifies the threshold at which the processor will begin taking an effect.
8 RATIO knob
Sets the boost/cut ratio relative to the input signal.
Rotating the knob clockwise will set the ratio for boost, and counter-clockwise for cut. Fully
rotating the knob in either direction will create the maximum effect.
9 ATTACK/RELEASE buttons
Enable you to select one of the three settings as the attack/release time for compression or boost.
Select FAST for a faster attack and faster release. Select SLOW for a faster attack and slower
release. Select AUTO to automatically adjust the attack/release time depending on the frequency
ranges.
0 MODE buttons
Specify whether the processor is triggered when the sidechain signal level exceeds the threshold
value (ABOVE), or when the level does not reach the threshold value (BELOW).
A EQ GAIN meter
Indicates the dynamically-changing EQ gain.
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■ Premium Rack library
For the premium rack, there are six library items for each module type. You’ll use the library of each
module type to store and recall Premium Rack settings. The libraries are numbered 000–100, and 000
is read-only data for initialization. All library items other than #000 can be freely read and written.
To recall an item from the Premium Rack library, press the LIBRARY button located at the top of the
popup window for the corresponding Premium Rack.
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libraries
■ GEQ library
Use the “GEQ library” to store and recall GEQ settings. All GEQ units used in the CL series console can
reference this GEQ library. Although are two types, 31BandGEQ and Flex15GEQ, you are free to recall
items between differing types. However, only 31BandGEQ settings that use less than fifteen bands can
be recalled to a Flex15GEQ.
200 items can be recalled from the library. Number 000 is read-only data for initialization, and the
remaining library numbers can be freely read or written.
To recall an item from the GEQ library, press the LIBRARY button located at the top of the GEQ popup
window.
NOTE
• Store and recall operations are performed on individual GEQ units. For one rack, you can store
and recall two Flex15GEQ units independently as A and B.
• To access the GEQ popup window, press the rack in the GEQ field.
■ Effect library
Use the “Effect library” to store and recall effect settings. 199 items can be recalled from the effect
library. Numbers 001–027 are read-only presets, and the remaining library numbers can be freely read
or written.
To recall an item from the effect library, press the LIBRARY button located at the top of the EFFECT
popup window.
NOTE
If you recall an effect whose effect type is COMP276, COMP276S, COMP260, COMP260S,
EQUALIZER610, OPENDECK, M.BAND DYNA., or M.BAND COMP, the other effects may be
momentarily muted in some cases.
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I/O device and external head amp
This chapter explains how to use an I/O device or an external head amp that is connected to the CL
series console.
Before you proceed, use DANTE SETUP to specify the I/O devices that will be mounted. For details,
refer to “Mounting an I/O device on the Dante audio network” on page 217.
In the upper part of the I/O DEVICE screen, press the DANTE PATCH tab to access
the DANTE PATCH field.
The DANTE PATCH field includes the following items.
2
Using an I/O device
3
CL series consoles enable you to remotely control channel parameters of an I/O device (such as an Rio
series product) connected to the Dante connector.
For details on connecting the CL series console to an I/O device, refer to the “Connecting to I/O
devices” section in the separate Owner’s Manual.
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Here’s how an I/O device connected to the Dante connector can be patched to the Dante audio network.
1.
Connect the CL series console to an I/O device.
For details, refer to the “Connecting to I/O devices” and “Quick Guide” sections in the separate
Owner’s Manual.
2.
In the function access area, press the I/O DEVICE button to access the I/O DEVICE
screen.
1 I/O device list
This shows the ID number and model name of the I/O devices.
Press here to access the OUTPUT PATCH popup window, where you can specify patching from
the console’s output ports to the I/O devices.
2 DANTE SETUP button
Press this button to open the DANTE SETUP popup window, in which you can make settings for
the audio network.
3 DANTE INPUT PATCH button
Press this button to open the DANTE INPUT PATCH popup window, in which you can select any
of 64 channels that will be input from the I/O devices to the console.
4 OUTPUT PORT SETUP button
Press this button to access the PATCH VIEW 1 tab of the OUTPUT PORT popup window, where
you can choose the 64 channels that will be output from the console’s output ports to I/O devices.
4.
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To specify the 64 channels that will be input from the I/O devices to the console,
press the DANTE INPUT PATCH button.
The DANTE INPUT PATCH popup window will appear. This popup window includes the
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NOTE
2
• If you’ve connected a device other than an I/O device supported by the CL series, the upper line
of the button will show the first four letters of the Device Label, a dash “-”, and the channel number
(decimal).
• If no Dante Audio Channel Label has been specified, the lower row will indicate nothing.
• You can set the Dante Audio Channel Label using Audinate’s “Dante Controller” software. For the
latest information, refer to the Yamaha pro audio website.
http://www.yamahaproaudio.com/
3
5.
Press the AUTO SETUP button.
A confirmation popup dialog will appear, asking you to confirm the input patching from the I/O
devices to the console; press OK, and the patching will be performed automatically.
6.
If you want to edit the patching individually, press the port select button.
The PORT SELECT popup window will appear.
1 LIBRARY button
Enables you to store or recall the DANTE INPUT PATCH settings to or from the library. You can
store ten sets of settings in the library.
NOTE
2
• If you recall data whose I/O device registration state differs from the current state, patching to
devices not registered in the I/O device list will be kept in its current state, and will not be recalled.
• Similarly, if the UNIT ID is different than when the data was stored, the settings will not be
recalled; the current state will be maintained.
2 AUTO SETUP button
The current I/O device connection status will be ascertained, and input patching to the console
will be performed automatically according to the order in which they are registered in the I/O
device list.
When you press this button, a confirmation popup dialog will appear, asking you to confirm the
execution of auto patching. Press the OK button to execute auto patching. Otherwise, press
CANCEL to return to the previous screen.
1
3
1 Category select list
Enables you to select the I/O device containing the input port that you want to assign.
2 Port select buttons
3 Port select buttons
Select the input port.
Press one of the buttons to open the PORT SELECT popup window.
The Dante Device ID number (hexadecimal) and channel number (decimal)
are shown in the upper row on the button.
The first eight characters of the channel label (Dante Audio Channel Label) for
each port are shown in the lower row on the button.
If no patch has been assigned, the upper row will indicate “---” and the lower
row will indicate nothing.
3 CLOSE button
Completes the settings and closes the popup window.
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7.
2 Port select buttons
To assign the output ports of the I/O device, select and press the I/O device in the
DANTE PATCH field of the I/O device screen to access the OUTPUT PATCH popup
window.
The OUTPUT PATCH popup window will appear.
Select the Dante port (DANTE 1–64) to which the signal you want to output is assigned.
3 CLOSE button
Completes the settings and closes the popup window.
9.
In the same way, specify the channels that you want to output to other OUTPUT
ports.
Remotely controlling an Rio unit
1
Here’s how to remotely control an Rio unit that’s connected to the Dante connector.
1.
In the upper part of the I/O DEVICE screen, press the Rio tab to access the Rio field.
The Rio field includes the following items.
1
2
1 Port select buttons
3
Press one of the buttons to open the PORT SELECT popup window.
8.
If you want to change the patching, press the port select button.
The PORT SELECT popup window will appear.
2
1 Display switch buttons
1
Press one of these buttons to view the corresponding I/O device. If you press and hold down the
button, all LEDs of the corresponding I/O device will blink.
3
2 ID/model name indication
This shows the ID number, model name, and version of the I/O device.
1 Category select list
Select the Dante port to which the signal you want to output is assigned.
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2.
3 DANTE SETUP button
Press this button to open the DANTE SETUP popup window, in which you can make settings for
the audio network.
■ HA display
This shows the HA settings of the I/O device. Press this area to open the I/O DEVICE HA popup
window, in which you can make detailed head amp settings.
To remotely control the head amp of an I/O device, press the I/O device in the HA
display.
The I/O DEVICE HA popup window will appear. In this window, you can remotely control the
head amp on the I/O device from the CL series console by using the on-screen knobs and buttons
or the multifunction knobs on the top panel.
7
6
1
5
2
4
3
7
4
4 Analog gain knob
Indicates the analog gain setting. This item is only for display, and cannot be edited.
5
5 +48V indicator
Indicates the phantom power (+48V) on/off status for each port.
6
6 OVER indicator
1 +48V MASTER
Warns you when the input signal is clipping.
Indicates the on/off status of the I/O device’s master phantom power. (Switching this on or off is
performed on the I/O device itself.)
7 HPF indicator
Indicates the high pass filter on or off status for each port.
2 +48V button
■ INPUT display
This shows the input settings of the I/O device.
Switch phantom power on or off for each channel.
3 GAIN knob
Indicates the gain of the head amp on the I/O device. To adjust the value, press the knob to select
it, and use multifunction knobs 1–8. The level meter located immediately to the right of the knob
shows the input level of the corresponding port.
4 GC button
Switches on or off the Gain Compensation function that maintains a consistent signal level on the
audio network.
If you press the [SEL] key of an input channel, the corresponding port will light.
■ OUTPUT display
This shows the output settings of the I/O device. Press here to access the OUTPUT PATCH popup
window, where you can make output port settings for the I/O device.
5 FREQUENCY knob/HPF button
These controllers switch on or off the high-pass filter built into the head amp of the I/O unit, and
adjust its cutoff frequency. If you press the FREQUENCY knob to select it, you will be able to
adjust it using the corresponding multifunction knob.
6 Displayed port switch tabs
These tabs switch the port that is displayed in the I/O DEVICE HA popup window.
7 GC ALL ON button/GC ALL OFF button
If you press the [SEL] key of an output channel, the corresponding port will light.
Switch Gain Compensation on or off for all input channels simultaneously.
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3.
To remotely control the I/O device’s
head amp from an input channel of
the CL series console, use the bank
select keys in the Centralogic section
to access the OVERVIEW screen that
includes the channel for which you
want to control the head amp.
6.
If you press a rack in which an output I/O device is mounted, the OUTPUT PATCH
popup window will appear.
GAIN/PATCH
field
If you need to make output port settings, make these settings as described in step 7 and following
of the I/O device patching procedure (see page 140).
4.
Press the GAIN/PATCH field of the channel for which you want to adjust the I/O
device’s head amp. The GAIN/PATCH popup window will appear.
5.
When you have finished making settings, press the “x” symbol to close the popup
window.
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2.
Remotely controlling an amp
Press a displayed I/O device to open the OUTPUT PATCH popup window.
Here’s how to remotely control an amp that’s connected to the Dante connector.
1
2
3
If you need to make output port settings, make these settings as described in step 7 and following
of the I/O device patching procedure (see page 140).
1.
In the upper part of the I/O DEVICE screen, press the AMP tab to access the AMP
field.
The AMP field includes the following items.
1 Display switch buttons
Press one of these buttons to view the corresponding I/O device.
2 ID/model name indication
This shows the ID number, model name, and version of the I/O device.
3 DANTE SETUP button
Press this button to open the DANTE SETUP popup window, in which you can make settings for
the audio network.
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Using an external head amp
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Audio signal
If an I/O card (such as an MY16-ES64 card) supports the remote protocol of an external head amp in
the CL’s slot, you will be able to remotely control from the CL console some parameters of the external
head amp (Yamaha SB168-ES or AD8HR), such as phantom power (+48V) on/off status, gain, and HPF.
For details on the I/O card settings, refer to the owner’s manual for the I/O card.
Remote signal
Connecting the CL series console to an AD8HR
To remotely control the AD8HR from the CL series console, install an MY16-ES64 EtherSound card in
Slot 1 on the CL unit, then use an Ethernet cable to connect the CL unit to the NAI48-ES. Then, connect
the HA REMOTE connector on the NAI48-ES to the HA REMOTE 1 connector on the AD8HR using
an RS422 D-sub 9-pin cable. This connection enables you to remotely control the AD8HR from the CL
series console.
To transmit audio signals (input to the AD8HR) to the CL series console, connect the DIGITAL OUT
A (or B) connector on the AD8HR to the AES/EBU connector on the NAI48-ES using a D-sub 25-pin
AES/EBU cable. Signals will be sent or received between the NAI48-ES and the CL series console via
the MY16-ES64 card.
Alternatively, you can use a “daisy chain” connection to remotely control multiple AD8HR units
simultaneously. To do this, connect the AD8HR’s HA REMOTE 2 connector to the second AD8HR’s
HA REMOTE 1 connector. If you use the NAI48-ES, you can connect up to six AD8HR units. In this
case, to input AD8HR’s audio signals into the CL series console, install two MY16-EX cards on the CL
unit since each slot on the CL unit accepts up to 16 channel signals. Then, use an Ethernet cable to make
connections to the MY16-ES64.
MY16EX
MY16EX
MY16ES64
NAI48-ES
HA REMOTE connector
DIGITAL
OUT A
connector
HA REMOTE 1 connector
AD8HR 1
HA REMOTE 2 connector
DIGITAL OUT A
connector
HA REMOTE 1 connector
AD8HR 2
HA REMOTE 2 connector
DIGITAL OUT A connector
HA REMOTE 1 connector
AD8HR 3
HA REMOTE 2 connector
Up to six units
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■ Ring connection
Connecting the CL series console to an SB168-ES
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To remotely control the SB168-ES from the CL series console, install an MY16-ES64 EtherSound card
in Slot 1 on the CL, then use an Ethernet cable to connect the CL to the SB168-ES. This connection
enables you to remotely control the SB168-ES from the CL series console.
Alternatively, you can use a daisy chain or ring connection and install two MY16-EX expansion cards
in the slots on the CL unit to remotely control up to three SB168-ES units simultaneously.
Audio signal
Remote signal
NOTE
Remote control data will be received and transmitted only at Slot 1 on the CL series console.
■ Daisy chain connection
CL5
MY16ES64
Audio signal
MY16EX
MY16EX
Remote signal
OUT
IN
SB168-ES
MY16ES64
MY16EX
MY16EX
OUT
IN
SB168-ES
OUT
OUT
IN
IN
SB168-ES
SB168-ES
OUT
OUT
IN
NOTE
SB168-ES
Please refer to the SB168-ES Owner’s Manual for information on setting up the MY16-ES64/
MY16-EX cards and EtherSound network.
OUT
IN
SB168-ES
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Remotely controlling an external head amp
The EXTERNAL HA field includes the following items.
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You can remotely control from the CL series console an external head amp (“external HA”) connected
via MY16-ES64 or NAI48-ES.
1.
Connect the CL series console to an external HA.
For details, refer to the “Using an external head amp” on page 144 section and the owner’s manual
of your external HA.
2.
In the Function Access Area, press the I/O DEVICE button to access the I/O DEVICE
window.
6
1
2
3
4
1 EXTERNAL HA field
3.
Indicates the state of the connected external HA.
In the upper part of the I/O DEVICE window, press the EXTERNAL HA tab to display
the EXTERNAL HA field.
2 ID/Model name/+48V master
Displays information for the external HA mounted in the rack. The ID number is automatically
assigned in order of the connected devices from 1 to six. This field also enables you to view the
on/off status of the master phantom power.
3 Virtual racks
This section accommodates up to six racks in which remotely-controllable external HA units can
be mounted. If an external HA is mounted, this field will indicate the HA settings (GAIN setting,
and on/off status of the phantom power and HPF). Press a rack to open the EXTERNAL HA
popup window.
4 EXTERNAL HA PORT SELECT popup button
Press this button to open the EXTERNAL HA PORT SELECT popup window, in which you can
specify the input ports to which the external HA mounted in the rack will be connected.
5 VIEW switch buttons
Switch the virtual rack display between SB168-ES and AD8HR. Select the view according to the
connected device.
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6 COMM PORT switch buttons
Specifies whether the external HA connected to the slot will be controlled remotely. Select
“SLOT1” if you want to remotely control the external HA.
4.
5.
1
2
Press the “SLOT1” COMM PORT switch button.
The external HA units that can be controlled will appear in the virtual rack.
3
To specify the input ports for an external HA, press the EXTERNAL HA PORT SELECT
popup button for that rack.
The EXTERNAL HA PORT SELECT popup window will appear. The popup window includes the
following items.
4
5
1
1 +48V MASTER
If an external HA is connected, the on/off status of the master phantom power is shown here.
(Switching this on or off is performed on the external HA itself.)
2 +48V button
Switches phantom power on or off for each channel.
3 GAIN knob
Indicates the gain level of the external HA. To adjust the value, press the knob to select it, and use
multifunction knobs 1–8. The level meter located immediately to the right of the knob shows the
input level of the corresponding port.
4 FREQUENCY knob/HPF button
These controllers switch on or off the high-pass filter built into the external HA, and adjust its
cutoff frequency. If you press the FREQUENCY knob to select it, you will be able to adjust it using
the corresponding multifunction knob.
5 Rack select tabs
Enable you to select the rack displayed in the EXTERNAL HA popup window.
1 PORT SELECT buttons
Specify the input ports to which the external HA is connected.
6.
NOTE
• If you connect an additional AD8HR, the setting for this AD8HR will be used. These knobs and
buttons are displayed in the EXTERNAL HA popup window even if an AD8HR is not connected,
allowing you to create and store a scene even while the AD8HR is not connected.
• Error messages related to the SB168-ES will not be displayed. In addition, you will be unable to
set the EtherSound parameters. Use the AVS-ESMonitor software application for these
functions.
Use the PORT SELECT buttons to specify the input ports to which the audio output
of the external HA is connected.
When you have finished making settings, press the CLOSE button to close the popup window.
NOTE
If an external HA is connected to one of the slots on the CL series console, you must specify an
appropriate input port manually. If this is set incorrectly, the external HA will not be detected
correctly when you patch input ports to input channels.
7.
To remotely control an external HA, press the rack in which the external HA you
want to control is mounted.
The EXTERNAL HA popup window will appear. Here you can remotely control the external HA
by using the on-screen knobs and buttons on the CL series console or the knobs on the top panel.
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8.
To remotely control the external HA from
an input channel of the CL series console,
use the Bank Select keys to access the
OVERVIEW screen that includes the
channel on which you want to control
the HA.
GAIN/PATCH field
9.
Press the GAIN/PATCH field of the channel on which you want to control the
external HA. The GAIN/PATCH popup window will appear.
10.
Press the PATCH button, and select the input port assigned to the external HA.
With these settings, you will be able to use the external HA in the same way as the head amp on
the I/O device or the CL unit. For details about the GAIN/PATCH popup window, refer to
“Making HA (Head Amp) settings” on page 30.
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MIDI
Basic MIDI settings
You can select the type of MIDI messages the CL series console will transmit and receive, the MIDI port
that will be used, and the MIDI channel.
This chapter explains how to transmit MIDI messages from an external device to the CL series console
to control the CL console’s parameters, and how to send out MIDI messages from the CL console as you
operate the unit.
1.
In the Function Access Area, press the SETUP button to access the SETUP screen.
2.
In the center of the screen, press the MIDI/GPI button to access the MIDI/GPI
popup window.
This window includes several pages, which you can switch among using the tabs located at the
bottom of the window.
MIDI functionality on the CL series console
The CL series console can use MIDI to perform the following operations:
■ Program Change transmission and reception
When you execute a specific event (scene/effect library recall) on the CL series console, a Program
Change message (a number that is assigned to the event) can be transmitted to an external device.
Conversely, the corresponding event can be executed when a Program Change message is received from
an external device.
■ Control Change transmission and reception
When you execute a specific event (fader, knob, or key operation) on the CL series console, the
corresponding Control Change message can be transmitted to an external device. Conversely, events
can be executed when Control Change messages are received from an external device. This allows you
to record fader and key operations on a MIDI sequencer or other external device, and play them back
later.
■ Parameter Change (SysEx) transmission and reception
When specific events (fader, knob, or key operations, changes in system settings or user settings) are
executed, “Parameter Change” SysEx (system exclusive) messages can be transmitted to an external
device. Conversely, events can be executed when Parameter Changes are received from an external
device.
Using this capability, CL operations can be recorded and played back on a MIDI sequencer or other
external device. In addition, changes in system and user settings can be received and executed by
another CL console.
NOTE
You can select the port used for transmission and reception of MIDI messages from the rear
panel MIDI IN/OUT connectors or an I/O card installed in a slot 1. All of the functionality described
in this section will be available on the port you select.
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3.
Press the MIDI SETUP tab to access the MIDI SETUP page.
In the MIDI SETUP page you can select the type of MIDI messages that will be transmitted and
received, and choose the port that will be used. This page includes the following items.
• OMNI ......................... If this button is on, Program Changes on all MIDI channels will be
transmitted and received in Single mode. Multi mode transmission/
reception and Single mode transmission are disabled.
• BANK ......................... If this button is on, Bank Select messages can be transmitted and
received in Single mode. (Bank Select messages switch the group of
Program Change messages to be used.)
4 CONTROL CHANGE field
Enables you to switch MIDI Control Change message transmission and reception on or off.
• Tx ................................ Switches Control Change transmission on or off.
• Rx ................................ Switches Control Change reception on or off.
• ECHO ......................... Switches on or off echo output of Control Change messages (If this
function is on, Control Change messages received from an external
device will be retransmitted without modification.).
1
2
3
4
5
5 CONTROL CHANGE MODE field
6
Enables you to select the Control Change transmission/reception mode.
• NRPN ......................... If this button is on, the CL mix parameters will be transmitted/received
as NRPN messages on one MIDI channel (NRPN mode).
• TABLE button........... If this button is on, the CL mix parameters will be transmitted/received
as Control Change messages on one MIDI channel (TABLE mode).
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6 PARAMETER CHANGE field
Enables you to turn SysEx (system exclusive) messages on or off. (These special messages are used
to change the CL parameters.)
• Tx ................................ Switches Parameter Change transmission on or off.
• Rx ................................ Switches Parameter Change reception on or off.
• ECHO ......................... Switches on or off echo output of Parameter Change messages (If this
function is on, Parameter Change messages received from an external
device will be retransmitted without modification.).
1 PORT/CH field
Enables you to select the port and MIDI channel that will be used to transmit and receive MIDI
messages.
• Tx PORT/Tx CH.......Press these buttons to open popup windows in which you can
respectively select a port and MIDI channel to transmit MIDI messages.
• Rx PORT/Rx CH.......Press these button to open popup windows in which you can respectively
select a port and MIDI channel to receive MIDI messages.
7 OTHER COMMAND field
2 PROGRAM CHANGE field
Switches on or off echo output of other messages (If this function is on, other messages received
from an external device will be retransmitted without modification.).
Enables you to switch MIDI Program Change message transmission and reception on or off.
• Tx .................................Switches Program Change transmission on or off.
• Rx.................................Switches Program Change reception on or off.
• ECHO..........................Switches on or off echo output of Program Change messages (If this
function is on, Program Change messages received from an external
device will be retransmitted without modification.).
3 PROGRAM CHANGE MODE field
Enables you to select the Program Change transmit/receive mode.
• SINGLE.......................If this button is on, Program Changes will be transmitted and received
on a single MIDI channel (Single mode).
• MULTI ........................If this button is on, Program Changes will be transmitted and received
on multiple MIDI channels (Multi mode).
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4.
6.
To specify the port that will be used to transmit or receive each type of MIDI
message, press the transmit (Tx) or receive (Rx) port select popup button.
The MIDI SETUP popup window for selecting the port will appear. Operations in this window
are the same for both transmission (Tx) and reception (Rx). This window includes the following
items.
1
1
2
1 CH field
1 TERMINAL field
Enables you to select CH1–CH16 as the channel that will transmit or receive MIDI messages.
Enables you to select the port that will transmit or receive MIDI messages.
You can choose from the following items.
NONE
No port will be used.
MIDI
MIDI IN (Rx) and OUT (Tx) connectors on the rear panel
SLOT1
A card that supports serial transmission and is installed in Slot 1 on the rear panel
7.
Select the channel.
Use the / buttons to select an item. Press the OK button to confirm the selected channel and
close the MIDI SETUP popup window.
NOTE
• Alternatively, you can select the channel by pressing the desired channel in the field or by rotating
one of the multifunction knobs.
• When transmitting or receiving Parameter Changes, the channel number you specify here is used
as the device number (a number that identifies the transmitting or receiving unit).
2 PORT NO. field
If you select SLOT 1 in the TERMINAL field, choose port number 1–8 in this field. (The number
of available ports will vary depending on the card that is installed.) The currently-available card
is valid only for port 1.
5.
To specify the channel on which MIDI messages will be transmitted or received,
press the channel select popup button.
The MIDI SETUP popup window for selecting the channel will appear. Operations in this
window are the same for both transmission (Tx) and reception (Rx). This window includes the
following items.
8.
Specify the type of port and the port number.
Use the / buttons to select an item. Press the OK button to confirm the selected port and
close the MIDI SETUP popup window.
Turn transmission/reception on or off for each MIDI message.
NOTE
• For details on using Program Change messages, refer to “Using Program Changes to recall
scenes and library items,” below.
• For details on using Control Change messages, refer to “Using Control Changes to control
parameters” on page 155.
NOTE
Alternatively, you can select a port by pressing the desired port name in the field, or by pressing
the field to highlight it and then rotating one of the multifunction knobs to select the port.
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Using Program Changes to recall scenes and library
items
This page includes the following items.
The CL series console lets you assign a specific event (scene recall or effect library recall) to each
Program Change number, so that when this event is executed on the CL console, a Program Change
message of the corresponding number will be transmitted to an external device. Conversely, the
corresponding event can be executed when a Program Change message is received from an external
device.
1.
1
Connect the CL series console to an external device.
The following illustration shows an example of using the MIDI IN/OUT connectors to transmit
and receive MIDI messages.
MIDI IN
MIDI OUT
MIDI IN
2
3
MIDI OUT
5
4
External device
6
1 PROGRAM CHANGE
Switches Program Change transmission and reception on or off. This setting is linked with the
PROGRAM CHANGE section on the MIDI SETUP page.
• Tx ................................ Turn this button on to transmit corresponding Program Change
messages when events on the list are executed.
• Rx ................................ Turn this button on to execute corresponding events when Program
Change messages are received.
• ECHO ........................ Turn this button on to transmit Program Change messages that are
received from an external device.
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2.
In the Function Access Area, press the SETUP button to access the SETUP screen.
3.
In the center of the screen, press the MIDI/GPI button to access the MIDI/GPI
popup window.
4.
Press the MIDI SETUP tab to access the MIDI SETUP page, then select the port and
MIDI channel on which Program Changes will be transmitted and received, as
described in “Basic MIDI settings” on page 149.
5.
2 PROGRAM CHANGE MODE field
Enables you to select the Program Change transmit/receive mode. This setting is linked with the
PROGRAM CHANGE MODE section on the MIDI SETUP page.
Press the PROGRAM CHANGE tab to access the PROGRAM CHANGE page.
On the PROGRAM CHANGE page, you can specify how Program Changes will be transmitted
and received, and choose the event (scene recall or effect library recall) that will be assigned to
each program number.
3 List
Shows the event (scene recall or library recall) assigned to each MIDI channel and MIDI Program
Change number. The list shows the following items.
• CH/BANK ................. If “CH” appears as the column heading instead of “BANK,” the column
indicates the MIDI channel (1–16) on which Program Changes are
transmitted/received. If Program Change transmission and reception is
in Single mode and the BANK button is on, this will be labeled “BANK,”
and the numerical value in this column will correspond to the bank
number.
• NO............................... Indicates the program number 1–128.
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• When the BANK button is on:
The CH indication in the list will change to BANK (bank number), and Bank Select (Control
Change #0, #32) and Program Change messages can be transmitted and received. This can be
convenient if you want to control more than 128 events on a single MIDI channel.
When Bank Select and then Program Change messages (in that order) are received on the Rx
channel, the event assigned to that bank number and program number in the list will be executed.
When you execute a specific event on the CL series console, Bank Select and Program Change
messages for the bank number and program number assigned to that event will be transmitted on
the Tx channel. (If the same event is assigned more than once in the list, the lowest-numbered
bank number and program number will be transmitted.)
• PROGRAM CHANGE EVENT
...............................Indicates the type/number/title of the event assigned to each channel
(bank number) or program number. Press an individual event display
area to access the MIDI PROGRAM CHANGE popup window, in which
you can select the event that you want to assign.
4 Scroll knob
Press this knob to scroll the list using the multifunction knob.
5 CLEAR ALL button
Press this button to erase all events from the list.
NOTE
6 INITIALIZE ALL button
• The settings of the OMNI and BANK buttons are ignored in Multi mode.
• If the BANK button is on and only a Program Change on an applicable MIDI channel is received,
the last-selected bank number will be used.
• If the BANK button is on, the OMNI button can also be turned on at the same time. In this case,
Bank Select and Program Change messages of all MIDI channels will be received.
Press this button to restore all event assignments on the list to their default state.
6.
Use the buttons in the PROGRAM CHANGE MODE field to select the Program
Change transmission/reception mode.
You can select one of the following two Program Change transmission/reception modes.
7.
• Multi mode (when the MULTI button is on):
Program changes of all MIDI channels will be transmitted and received. (The transmit/receive
channel specified in the MIDI SETUP page will be ignored.)
When a Program Change is received, the event assigned to the corresponding MIDI channel and
program number in the list will be executed.
When you execute the specified event on the CL series console, the Program Change of the
corresponding MIDI channel and program number in the list will be transmitted.
Use the buttons in the PROGRAM CHANGE field to turn transmission and reception
on or off, and make settings for echo output.
This field includes the following items.
• Tx button ................... Switches Program Change transmission on or off.
• Rx button ................... Switches Program Change reception on or off.
• ECHO button............ Selects whether incoming Program Changes are echoed-out from the
MIDI transmission port.
• Single mode (when the SINGLE button is on):
Only Program Changes of the transmit (Tx) and receive (Rx) channels specified in the MIDI
SETUP page will be transmitted and received.
When a Program Change on the Rx channel is received, the event assigned to that program
number of the corresponding channel in the list will be executed.
When you execute the specified event on the CL series console, the Program Change of the
corresponding program number will be transmitted on the Tx channel shown in the list. (If an
event is assigned to more than one program number on the same channel, the lowest-numbered
program number will be transmitted.)
If you turn on the OMNI button/BANK button in Single mode, operation will change as follows.
• When the OMNI button is on:
Program changes of all MIDI channels will be received. However, regardless of the MIDI channel
that is received, the event assigned to the corresponding program number of the Rx channel will
be executed. Turning on the OMNI button will not change the operation for Program Change
transmission.
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8.
9.
To change the event assignment for each program number, press the desired event
in the list.
The MIDI PROGRAM CHANGE popup window will appear. In this window, you can specify the
event assigned to each program number. This popup window includes the following items.
1
2
3
Use the TYPE field to select the type of event to assign. If the type is other than
SCENE, use the DESTINATION field to select the rack number into which you want
to recall the item. Use the LIBRARY NUMBER/LIBRARY NAME field to select the
scene or library number that will be recalled.
Use the / buttons to select an item. Press the OK button to confirm the change and close the
MIDI PROGRAM CHANGE popup window.
NOTE
• You can also select the desired event, scene, or library in this field by pressing it.
• If you press an item in the field to highlight it, you will be able to rotate any of the multifunction
knobs to select the event, scene, or library.
10.
Assign events to other program numbers in the same way.
With these settings, executing the specified event on the CL series console will cause the
corresponding Program Change (or Bank Select and Program Change) messages to be
transmitted to an external device.
When an external device transmits Program Change (or Bank Select and Program Change)
messages on the appropriate channel, the event assigned to that program number of the
corresponding MIDI channel (or bank number) will be executed.
NOTE
• You can use the CLEAR ALL button to erase all assignments to program numbers. The
INITIALIZE ALL button will return all program number assignments to their default state.
• Assignments to program numbers are maintained as settings for the entire system, rather than
for individual scenes.
• In Single mode, if the same event is assigned to more than one program number on a Tx channel,
only the lowest program number will be transmitted. (If the BANK button is on, only the program
number of the lowest bank number will be transmitted.)
• In Multi mode, if the same event is assigned to more than one MIDI channel and more than one
program number, only the lowest program number on each MIDI channel will be transmitted.
1 TYPE field
Enables you to select the type of event.
The following table lists the events you can select.
NO ASSIGN
No assignment
SCENE
Scene memory recall operations
EFFECT
Effect library recall operations
PREMIUM RACK
Premium Rack library recall operations
2 DESTINATION field
Enables you to select the rack for which you want to recall a library item. If EFFECT or
PREMIUM RACK is selected in the TYPE field, the rack number will be shown. If SCENE is
selected, this will indicate “- - -”, and no choice is available for this field.
3 LIBRARY NUMBER/LIBRARY NAME field
Enables you to select the scene or library item to recall.
If you selected SCENE or EFFECT in the TYPE field, the LIBRARY NUMBER and LIBRARY
NAME field will appear. If you selected PREMIUM RACK in the TYPE field, the LIBRARY
NUMBER field will appear.
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Using Control Changes to control parameters
You can use MIDI Control Change messages to control specified events (fader/knob operations, [ON]
key on/off operations etc.) on the CL series console. This capability can be used to record fader and key
operations on a MIDI sequencer or other external device, and play back this data later.
You can use Control Changes to control events in either of the following two ways.
1
2
■ Using Control Changes
This method uses typical Control Changes (control numbers 1–31, 33–95, 102–119). You can freely
assign an event to each control number.
3
■ Using NRPN (Non Registered Parameter Number)
This method uses a special type of Control Change messages called NRPN.
NRPN uses Control Change numbers 99 and 98 to specify the MSB (Most Significant Byte) and LSB
(Least Significant Byte) of the parameter number, and subsequently-transmitted Control Change
messages of Control Change number 6 (or 6 and 38) to specify the value of that parameter.
The event assigned to each combination of MSB and LSB is pre-defined, and cannot be changed.
4
6
5
NOTE
For details on the events assigned to NRPN messages, refer to the Appendices (see page 250).
1 CONTROL CHANGE field
1.
Connect the CL series console to an external device.
2.
In the Function Access Area, press the SETUP button to access the SETUP screen.
3.
In the center of the screen, press the MIDI/GPI button to access the MIDI/GPI
popup window.
4.
5.
Enables you to switch Control Change transmission/reception on or off, and specify whether
Control Changes will be echoed out. This setting is linked with the CONTROL CHANGE field
on the MIDI SETUP page.
2 CONTROL CHANGE MODE field
Enables you to select the Control Change transmission/reception mode. This setting is linked
with the CONTROL CHANGE MODE field on the MIDI SETUP page.
Press the MIDI SETUP tab to access the MIDI SETUP page, then select the port and
MIDI channel on which Control Changes will be transmitted and received, as
described in “Basic MIDI settings” on page 149.
3 List
Shows the event (fader/knob pattern, [ON] key on/off operation, etc.) assigned to each control
number.
• NO. .................. Indicates the Control number. You can use Control numbers 1–31, 33–95, and
102–119.
• CONTROL CHANGE EVENT
................... Indicates and enables you to select the type of event assigned to each control
number. When you press an event, the MIDI CONTROL CHANGE popup
window will appear, allowing you to change the control number assignment.
Press the CONTROL CHANGE tab to access the CONTROL CHANGE page.
On the CONTROL CHANGE page, you can specify how Control Changes will be transmitted and
received, and specify the event (fader/knob operation, [ON] key on/off operation, etc.) assigned
to each control number. This page includes the following items.
4 CLEAR ALL button
Press this button to clear all event assignments on the list.
5 INITIALIZE ALL button
Press this button to restore all event assignments on the list to their default state.
6 Scroll knob
Scrolls the contents of the list. You can use a multifunction knob to operate this.
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6.
1 MODE field
Use the buttons in the CONTROL CHANGE MODE field to select the Control
Change transmission/reception mode.
You can choose one of the following two modes for Control Change transmission/reception.
Enables you to select the type of event.
2 PARAMETER 1/2 field
• NRPN mode (when the NRPN button is on):
Various mix parameters on the CL series console will be transmitted and received on a single
MIDI channel as NRPN messages. If you select this mode, the assignments on the list will be
ignored.
In conjunction with the MODE field, this field specifies the type of event.
NOTE
• The list shown is the same for all models of the CL series.
For the CL3/CL1, the display will indicate “Cannot Assign!” if you specify a parameter that does
not exist on that model.
• If NRPN mode is selected as the Control Change transmission/reception mode, the settings in
this window are ignored.
• For details on the events that can be assigned to Control Changes, refer to the Appendices
(see page 248).
• TABLE mode (when the TABLE button is on):
Various mix parameters on the CL series console will be transmitted and received on a single
MIDI channel as Control Change messages.
NOTE
The channel on which Control Changes are transmitted and received is specified by the PORT/
CH field on the MIDI SETUP page (see page 150).
7.
8.
9.
Use the buttons in the CONTROL CHANGE field to turn transmission and reception
on or off, and make settings for echo output.
Each button has the following function.
• Tx button....................Switches Control Change transmission on or off.
• Rx button....................Switches Control Change reception on or off.
• ECHO button ............Selects whether incoming Control Changes will be echoed out from the
MIDI transmit port.
In the order of the MODE field ➔ PARAMETER1 field ➔ PARAMETER2 field, specify
the type of event you want to assign.
Use the / buttons to select an item. Press the OK button to confirm the change and close the
MIDI CONTROL CHANGE popup window.
NOTE
• You can also press the desired event in the field to select it.
• If you press an item in the field to highlight it, you will be able to rotate one of the multifunction
knobs to select an event.
10.
To change the event assignment for each control number, press the corresponding
event.
The MIDI CONTROL CHANGE popup window will appear. In this window you can specify the
event assigned to each control number. The window contains the following items.
Assign events to other control numbers in the same way.
When you operate the parameters you assigned on the CL series console, Control Change
messages will be transmitted to external devices. Similarly, if the corresponding Control Change
messages are received from an external device on the appropriate channel, the parameters
assigned to those control numbers will change.
NOTE
• You can use the CLEAR ALL button to erase all assignments to control numbers. The INITIALIZE
ALL button will return all control number assignments to their default state.
• Assignments to control numbers are maintained as settings for the entire system, rather than for
individual scenes.
1
2
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Using Parameter Changes to control parameters
On the CL series console, you can use a type of system exclusive messages called “Parameter Changes”
to control specific events (fader/knob operations, [ON] key on/off operations, system and user settings,
etc.) as an alternative to using Control Changes or NRPN messages.
For details on the Parameter Changes that can be transmitted and received, refer to “MIDI data format”
in the Appendices.
1.
Connect the CL series console to an external device.
2.
In the Function Access Area, press the SETUP button to access the SETUP screen.
3.
In the center of the screen, press the MIDI/GPI button to access the MIDI/GPI
popup window.
4.
Press the MIDI SETUP tab to access the MIDI SETUP page, and select the port and
MIDI channel on which Parameter Changes will be transmitted and received, as
described in “Basic MIDI settings” on page 149.
NOTE
• Parameter changes include a “device number” that specifies the transmitting or receiving device.
The transmit (Tx) channel and receive (Rx) channel specified on the MIDI SETUP page are used
as the device number.
• Please be aware that if the device number included in the transmitted Parameter Change does
not match the device number of the receiving CL console, the message will be ignored.
• Do not turn Parameter Change and Control Change transmission/reception on at the same time.
Otherwise, a large amount of data will flood the MIDI port and may cause overflows or other
problems.
5.
Use the Tx button and Rx button in the PARAMETER CHANGE field to turn on
Parameter Change transmission/reception.
In this state when you operate specific parameters on the CL console, the corresponding
Parameter Change messages will be transmitted. If valid Parameter Change messages are received
from an external device, the parameters assigned to those Parameter Changes will be controlled.
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User settings (Security)
Privileges for each user are as follows.
This chapter explains the following settings and operations: the User Level settings that restrict access
to the parameters by certain users, the Console Lock function that temporarily denies access to the
console, the Preference settings that customize the operating environment, and Save/Load operations
using a USB flash drive.
Logged-in user
Administrator
User Level settings
User Level settings allow you to restrict the parameters that can be operated by each user, or to change
the settings of USER DEFINED keys and preference settings for each user. Settings for each user can be
stored as a “user authentication key” inside the console or together on a USB flash drive, allowing users
to be switched easily. This can be convenient in the following situations.
• Unintended or mistaken operation can be prevented.
• The range of functionality operable by an outside engineer (guest engineer) can be limited.
• In situations in which multiple operators alternate with each other, output settings etc. can be
locked to prevent unintended operations.
• Preferences of each operator can easily be switched.
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Setting the Administrator password
With the factory settings, the Administrator password is not set, meaning that anyone can log in with
Administrator privileges and perform all operations. If you want to restrict the operations of other
users, you must specify an Administrator password.
User types and user authentication keys
There are three types of user, as follows. To operate the CL series console, you must log-in as a user.
• Administrator ...........The administrator of the CL console can use all of its functionality. Only
one set of Administrator settings is internally maintained in the console.
The Administrator can create user authentication keys for other users.
Even if the console was locked by another user, the administrator can use
the administrator password to unlock it.
• Guest ...........................A Guest can use only the range of functionality permitted by the
Administrator. Only one set of Guest settings is maintained inside the
console.
• User..............................A User can use only the range of functionality permitted by the
Administrator. User settings are saved internally or on a USB flash drive
as user authentication keys. Multiple sets of user settings (up to ten in
internal memory) can be saved, each with the desired user name. A User
who has Power User privileges can create or edit user authentication keys
with a specified user level.
1.
In the Function Access Area, press the SETUP button to access the SETUP screen.
When a user logs in, the user settings for that user are applied. User settings include the following
information.
•
•
•
•
Password (except for Guest)
User Level settings (except for Administrator)
Preferences
USER DEFINED keys
•
•
•
•
USER DEFINED knobs
Assignable encoders
Custom fader bank
MASTER fader
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2.
3.
Creating a user authentication key
Press the PASSWORD CHANGE button.
A keyboard window will appear, allowing you to enter a password.
You can create a user authentication key and save it on a USB flash drive or in the console’s internal
memory. A user authentication key can be created only by an Administrator or Power User. The user
level is specified when the authentication key is created, but USER SETUP settings other than the user
level (such as preferences and the USER DEFINED keys) will be carried over from the user who is
currently logged-in.
1.
To create a user authentication key on a USB flash drive, connect a USB flash drive
to the USB connector.
If you want to save the user authentication key in internal memory, simply proceed to step 2.
2.
In the Function Access Area, press the SETUP button to access the SETUP screen.
3.
Press the CREATE USER KEY button.
Enter the password in the NEW PASSWORD field, then enter the same password in
the RE-ENTER PASSWORD field for verification, and finally press the OK button.
The password can be up to eight characters. If the two passwords that were entered match, the
Administrator password will be set.
For details on entering a password, refer to “Entering names” in the separate Owner’s Manual.
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The CREATE USER KEY popup window will appear.
2
3
4.
When you have specified the user name, comment, password, power user
privileges on/off, and user rights, press the CREATE button.
The CREATE KEY popup window will appear.
5.
If you want to create a user authentication key in the console’s internal memory,
press a button in the CREATE TO INTERNAL STORAGE field.
You can store ten keys in the console’s internal memory.
6.
If you want to create a user authentication key on your USB flash drive, press the
button in the CREATE TO USB STORAGE field.
4
1
5
1 USER NAME
Indicates the user name of up to eight characters. Press this area to access a keyboard window, in
which you can enter the user name.
2 COMMENT
NOTE
Enables you to specify and view a comment of up to 32 characters about the user. Press this area
to access a keyboard window, in which you can enter the comment.
The file name of the user authentication key will be the current user name, and it will be created
and saved in the root directory.
3 PASSWORD
7.
Enables you to specify a password of up to eight characters. Press this area to access a keyboard
window, in which you can enter the password.
Press the CREATE TO button.
The user authentication key will be created in the location specified in step 5 or step 6.
4 POWER USER
Specifies whether Power User privileges will be granted to this user.
5 ACCESS PERMISSION
These settings specify the range of operations that the user can perform. For details on each item,
refer to page 166.
NOTE
In the case of the CL3/CL1, faders that do not exist on those models will not be shown.
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Logging-in
2.
Press the log-in button to open the LOGIN popup window.
3.
Press the ADMINISTRATOR button, and then press the LOGIN button.
If no Administrator password has been set, you will simply be logged-in. If a password has been
set, a keyboard window will appear, allowing you to enter the password.
4.
Enter the password and press the OK button.
If the password was incorrect, a message of “Wrong Password!” will appear near the bottom of the
screen.
To operate the CL series console, you must log in as the Administrator, Guest, or a User.
User settings for the Administrator and Guest are saved in the console itself. However, to log in as a User
you must either select a key that is saved in the console itself, or connect the USB flash drive in which
a user authentication key has been saved. If you use a user authentication key on a USB flash drive, you
will continue as the logged-in user even if you remove the USB flash drive after logging-in.
NOTE
If the power is turned off and then on again, the console will generally start up in the log-in state
in which the power was turned off. If a user password has been assigned, you will need to enter
the password. However if you cancel the input, you will be forcibly logged-in as Guest.
■ Logging-in as Administrator
1.
In the Function Access Area, press the SETUP button to access the SETUP screen.
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■ Logging-in as Guest
1.
In the Function Access Area, press the SETUP button to access the SETUP screen.
2.
Press the log-in button to open the LOGIN window.
■ Logging-in as a User
To log-in as a User, you will use a user authentication key saved in the console or on a USB flash drive.
If using a USB flash drive, you may also log-in using a user authentication key created on a different CL
series console.
With a user authentication key stored in the console
3.
1.
In the Function Access Area, press the SETUP button to access the SETUP screen.
2.
Press the log-in button to open the LOGIN window.
3.
In the LOAD FROM INTERNAL STORAGE field, choose the user authentication key
with which you want to log in, and press the LOAD button.
Press the GUEST button, and then press the LOGIN button.
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If no password has been set, you will simply be logged-in. If a password has been set, a keyboard
window will appear, allowing you to enter the password.
4.
Enter the password and press the OK button.
If the password was incorrect, a message of “Wrong Password!” will appear near the bottom of the
screen.
3.
Press the log-in button to open the LOGIN window.
4.
In the LOAD FROM USB STORAGE field, click the (LOAD .CLU FILE) popup button.
The SAVE/LOAD popup window will appear, and the files and directories saved on the USB flash
drive will be displayed. The user authentication key file has a “.CLU” file name extension.
With a user authentication key stored in a USB flash drive
1.
Connect the USB flash drive to the USB connector.
2.
In the Function Access Area, press the SETUP button to access the SETUP screen.
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5.
6.
Changing the password
Rotate the multifunction knob to select the user authentication key for the user as
whom you want to log in.
For details about loading files from the USB flash drive, refer to “Loading a file from the USB flash
drive” on page 178.
Follow the steps below to change the password of the logged-in user. A change in the Administrator
password is updated immediately. A change in a User password is also updated immediately, but will be
discarded if the user simply logs out after changing it. The change must be saved by overwriting the old
authentication key before the user logs-out. The Guest account does not have a password.
Press the LOAD button.
If no password has been set, you will simply be logged-in. If a password has been set, a keyboard
window will appear, allowing you to enter the password.
NOTE
1.
In the Function Access Area, press the SETUP button to access the SETUP screen.
2.
Press the PASSWORD CHANGE button.
A keyboard window will appear, allowing you to enter a password.
3.
Enter the current password and press the OK button.
When you enter the correct password, a keyboard window will appear, allowing you to enter the
new password.
4.
Enter the new password in the NEW PASSWORD field, then enter the same
password in the RE-ENTER PASSWORD field for verification, and finally press the
OK button.
If the two passwords that were entered match, the new password will be set.
• If you have selected a user authentication key that was created on a different CL series console,
a keyboard window will appear, allowing you to enter the Administrator password of the CL series
console that you will be using. (If the Administrator passwords are identical, this window will not
appear.) When you enter the correct Administrator password, another keyboard window will
appear, allowing you to enter the password for the selected user.
• If you re-save the user authentication key, you will not be asked for the Administrator password
the next time.
For details on re-saving the user authentication key, refer to “Editing a user authentication key”
on page 165.
7.
Enter the password and press the OK button.
If the password was incorrect, a message of “Wrong Password!” will appear near the bottom of the
screen.
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Editing a user authentication key
The SAVE KEY popup window will appear.
If you are logged-in as a user, you can edit your preference settings, USER DEFINED keys, USER
DEFINED knobs, assignable encoders, custom fader banks, master fader, comments, and password,
and save (overwrite) them onto your user authentication key. If you are logged-in as a Power User, you
can also change the user level.
1.
Log-in as a user, and edit the Preference settings (page 168), USER DEFINED keys
(page 169), USER DEFINED knobs (page 171), assignable encoders (page 172),
custom fader bank (page 173), and master fader (page 174) settings.
If you are logged-in as a Power User, you can also change the user level.
2.
In the Function Access Area, press the SETUP button to access the SETUP screen.
3.
4.
Press the save-destination button, and then press the SAVE TO button.
5.
A dialog box will ask you to confirm that you want to overwrite that user
authentication key; press OK button.
Press the SAVE KEY button.
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2.
Changing the user level
Press the USER SETUP button to access the USER SETUP popup window.
8
You can view or change the user level.
• Administrator ...........The Administrator does not have a user level setting, but can change the
user level setting of the Guest account.
• Guest ...........................The Guest can view the user level setting of the Guest account, but
cannot change it.
• Normal user ...............A normal user can view the user level setting of his or her User account,
but cannot change it.
• Power User .................A power user can view and change his or her User account.
1.
In the Function Access Area, press the SETUP button to access the SETUP screen.
1
2
3
6
4
7
5
3.
Press the USER LEVEL tab to access the USER LEVEL page.
If you are logged-in as the Administrator, you can switch to the USER LEVEL for GUEST page,
and view or change the user level of the Guest account.
This page includes the following items.
1 CH OPERATION
Here you can specify (for each channel) the operations that will be permitted for input channels,
output channels, and DCA groups. The settings will apply to the currently selected channel.
Settings for currently-selected channels will be displayed below the CH OPERATION section.
Use the panel [SEL] keys or the Selected Channel field in the Function Access Area to select the
channel for which you want to make settings.
The type of buttons shown will depend on the selected channel or group.
INPUT channel.............................. [HA], [PROCESSING], [FADER/ON]
MIX/MATRIX channel ................ [WITH SEND], [PROCESSING], [FADER/ON]
STEREO/MONO channel............ [PROCESSING], [FADER/ON]
DCA group ..................................... [DCA MASTER], [DCA GROUP ASSIGN]
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5 FILE LOAD
• HA................................................ Restricts operation of the HA (Head Amp) patched to that
channel.
• PROCESSING ........................... Restricts operation of all signal processing parameters for that
channel (excluding the fader, channel on/off, and send level).
• FADER/ON ................................ Restricts operation of that channel’s fader, channel on/off, and
send level.
• WITH SEND ............................. Restricts operation of that channel’s send parameters. (From
MIX, From MATRIX)
• DCA MASTER .......................... Restricts operation of that channel’s DCA group fader, ON/
OFF, and ICON/COLOR/NAME.
• DCA GROUP ASSIGN............ Restricts changes of assignment to that DCA group.
• SET BY SEL................................ If this button is on, you can press the panel [SEL] key of a
channel to enable or disable the operating restrictions for that
channel.
Specifies the settings that will be applied when a file is loaded from a USB flash drive. The user
authentication key contains settings such as the user level, preferences, and the USER DEFINED
key settings (USER SETUP settings). Other data is saved in an “ALL” file. The “ALL” file also
includes the USER SETUP settings of the Administrator and the Guest.
• USER SETUP (Preference and USER DEFINED keys settings)
• SYSTEM SETUP/MONITOR SETUP
• CURRENT SCENE
• SCENE LIST
• LIBRARY LIST
6 MONITOR SETUP
Specifies the monitor setup operations that can be performed.
• OSCILLATOR
• TALKBACK
2 CURRENT SCENE
7 SYSTEM SETUP
Specifies the operations that can be performed on the current scene memory.
• INPUT PATCH/INPUT NAME.................. Restricts operations for input channel patching
and names.
• OUTPUT PATCH/OUTPUT NAME......... Restricts operations for output channel patching
and names.
• BUS SETUP................................ Restricts operations for bus setup.
• GEQ RACK/EFFECT RACK/PREMIUM RACK
........................................ Restricts operations for the racks. Press this area to open the
RACK USER LEVEL popup window, in which you can set this
restriction. However, there will be no restriction on operating
the MIDI CLK button displayed for delay-type and
modulation-type effects, or the PLAY/REC button displayed
for the FREEZE effect.
• MUTE GROUP ASSIGN/MUTE GROUP MASTER
........................................ Restricts operations for mute group assignment and mute
group master.
Specifies the system setup operations that can be performed.
• MIXER SETUP
• OUTPUT PORT
• MIDI/GPI
8 SET ALL/CLEAR ALL button
Permits/clears all items.
4.
Specify the user level by pressing the button for each item that will be permitted.
5.
When you have finished making settings, close the popup window and press the
SETUP button in the Function Access Area.
NOTE
In the case of the CL3/CL1, faders that do not exist on those models will not be shown.
3 SCENE LIST
Specifies the operations that can be performed on scene memories.
• STORE/SORT operations
• RECALL operations
4 LIBRARY LIST
Specifies the operations that can be performed on libraries.
• STORE/CLEAR operations
• RECALL operations
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2 PATCH field
Preferences
Enables you to turn on or off options related to patch operations.
Follow the steps below to make various settings for the CL console operating environment, such as how
popup windows appear, and whether [SEL] key operations will be linked. These settings are changed
for the user who is logged-in, but if you are logged-in as the Administrator, you will also be able to
change the Guest settings.
• PATCH CONFIRMATION
If this ON button is lit, a confirmation message will appear when you edit an input patch or output
patch.
1.
In the Function Access Area, press the SETUP button to access the SETUP screen.
2.
Press the SETUP button to open the USER SETUP popup window.
• STEAL PATCH CONFIRMATION
If this ON button is lit, a confirmation message will appear when you edit an input or output patch
item that is already patched to a port.
3 LOCALE SETUP field
In the SAVE/LOAD screen or RECORDER screen, select JA if you want Japanese to be displayed.
(This does not select the Help language.)
1
4 ERROR MESSAGE field
Specifies whether error messages will be displayed.
• DIGITAL I/O ERROR
If this ON button is lit, an error message will appear when a digital I/O error occurs.
2
• MIDI I/O ERROR
If this is on, an error message will appear when a MIDI transmit/receive error occurs.
5
5 PANEL OPERATION field
3
Enables you to make settings for options related to panel operation.
• AUTO CHANNEL SELECT
Specifies whether the corresponding channel will be selected when you operate the [ON] key or
fader for the channel. You can set this parameter separately for INPUT (input channels) and
OUTPUT (output channels).
4
3.
• [CUE]  [SEL] LINK
Specifies whether channel selection will be linked with cue operations. If the LINK button is on,
channels for which cue operations were performed will be selected.
Press the PREFERENCE tab to access the PREFERENCE page.
If you are logged-in as the Administrator, you can also turn on the FOR GUEST button in the
lower right of the screen to access the PREFERENCE for Guest page and make preference settings
for the Guest account.
This page includes the following items.
• [FADER BANK]  [SEL] LINK
Specifies whether channel selection will be linked with fader bank selection. You can set this
parameter separately for INPUT (input channels), OUTPUT (output channels), and CUSTOM
(Custom fader bank).
If the LINK button is on, and you select the corresponding fader bank, the channel in that bank
that was selected most recently will be selected, and its [SEL] key will light.
1 STORE/RECALL field
Enables you to turn on or off options related to scene store/recall operations.
• IDENTIFY I/O DEVICE PORT BY [SEL]
Specifies whether to enable a function that allows you to identify the I/O device port connected
to a channel by pressing the [SEL] key for that channel.
If this ON button is lit, pressing a [SEL] key on the panel will cause the signal indicator to flash
for the port of the I/O device that is assigned to the corresponding channel by the INPUT
PATCH/OUTPUT PATCH settings.
• STORE CONFIRMATION
• RECALL CONFIRMATION
If these ON buttons are lit, a confirmation message will appear when you perform a Store or Recall
operation respectively.
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• POPUP APPEARS WHEN KNOB(S) PRESSED
Specifies whether pressing a knob in the SELECTED CHANNEL section while the SELECTED
CHANNEL VIEW screen is displayed will cause a popup window (1ch) to appear. If the ON
button is lit, a popup window (1ch) will open (or close) whenever you press a knob.
This section explains how to assign the desired functions to the USER DEFINED keys in the USER
DEFINED KEYS section on the top panel, and press these keys to execute the defined function.
This assignment procedure will define the USER DEFINED keys for the user who is currently loggedin, but if you are logged-in as the Administrator, you can also make USER DEFINED key settings for
the Guest account.
NOTE
If you press the SEND or PAN knob, a popup window (8ch) will open.
• GAIN KNOB FUNCTION
Specifies what will happen when you operate the GAIN knob in the SELECTED CHANNEL
section on the panel. When the ANALOG GAIN button is lit, you can adjust analog gain on the
head amp. When the DIGITAL GAIN button is lit, you can adjust digital gain on the console.
1.
In the Function Access Area, press the SETUP button to access the SETUP screen.
2.
Press the USER SETUP button to access the USER SETUP popup window.
3.
Press the USER DEFINED KEYS tab to select the USER DEFINED KEYS page.
If you are logged-in as the Administrator, you can also turn on the FOR GUEST button in the
lower right of the screen to access the USER DEFINED KEYS for Guest page and make USER
DEFINED key settings for the Guest account.
The sixteen buttons on screen corresponds to USER DEFINED keys [1]–[16] on the top panel.
The name of function or parameter assigned to each key appears to the right of the corresponding
on-screen button. If nothing is assigned to the key, an indication of “---” will appear next to the
button.
• SCENE UP/DOWN
Specifies what the SCENE MEMORY [INC]/[DEC] keys will do when pressed in the SCENE
popup windows.
When the SCENE +1/–1 button is lit, pressing the [INC] or [DEC] key will increment or
decrement the scene number.
When the LIST UP/DOWN button is lit, pressing the [INC] or [DEC] key will scroll the list
upward or downward.
• LIST ORDER
Specifies the order in which scene memories and library items will appear on the list.
When the NORMAL button is lit, the list appears in ascending numerical order. When the
REVERSE button is lit, the list appears in descending numerical order.
• NAME DISPLAY
Specifies the content of the channel name display on the top panel.
When the NAME ONLY button is lit, only the channel name appears. When the FULL
FUNCTION button is lit, the channel name display also indicates knob assignment information
and fader level.
4.
Use the buttons on screen to make Preference settings.
5.
When you have finished making settings, close the popup window and press the
SETUP button in the Function Access Area.
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4.
Using the Alternate function
Press the button corresponding to the USER DEFINED key to which you want to
assign a function.
The USER DEFINED KEY SETUP window will appear. In this window, you can select a function
to assign to the USER DEFINED key, and select the parameters.
If you assign the Alternate function (ALTERNATE FUNCTION) to a USER DEFINED key, you will be
able to switch parameters on or off by operating the knobs in the SELECTED CHANNEL section while
pressing and holding down the USER DEFINED key.
The console enters Alternate mode when you press and hold down the USER DEFINED key to which
the Alternate function has been assigned (the key will light).
The Alternate function features two options: LATCH and UNLATCH.
If you select UNLATCH, Alternate mode is turned on only while you are pressing and holding down
the USER DEFINED key. If you select LATCH, you will be able to turn Alternate mode on or off by the
key presses. You do not need to hold down the key.
NOTE
• The console exits Alternate mode when you switch the display between the OVERVIEW screen
and the SELECTED CHANNEL VIEW screen, or when you open a popup window.
• In Alternate mode, “ALT” will be displayed in the user name field of the Function Access Area.
In Alternate mode, the following knobs change their behavior.
• [GAIN] knob
Rotate the knob to adjust the digital gain value. If DIGITAL GAIN has been selected for HA
KNOB FUNCTION on the PREFERENCE page in the USER SETUP popup window, rotate this
knob to adjust the analog gain value of the head amp.
NOTE
• [MIX/MATRIX] knob
Rotate this knob to switch between PRE and POST for the corresponding send signal.
Press this knob to switch the corresponding send signal on or off.
The list shown is the same for all models of the CL series.
For the CL3/CL1, the display will indicate “Cannot Assign!” if you specify a parameter that does
not exist on that model.
5.
6.
• [HPF] knob
Press this knob to switch the high pass filter on or off.
Make sure that the FUNCTION field is enclosed by a frame, then use the /
buttons in the lower part of the field or the multifunction knobs on the top panel
to select the function you want to assign.
For details on the assignable functions and their parameters, refer to “Functions that can be
assigned to USER DEFINED keys” on page 259.
• [DYNAMICS 1] knob
Press this knob to switch DYNAMICS 1 on or off.
• [DYNAMICS 2] knob
Press this knob to switch DYNAMICS 2 on or off.
If the selected function has parameters, press the PARAMETER 1 or 2 field to move
the frame, and select parameters 1 and 2 in the same way.
7.
Press the OK button to close the USER DEFINED KEY SETUP window.
8.
Assign the desired functions to other USER DEFINED keys in the same way.
9.
To execute an assigned function, press the corresponding USER DEFINED [1]–[16]
key on the panel.
NOTE
In Alternate mode, all knobs in the SELECTED CHANNEL section other than those knobs
mentioned above will be disabled.
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USER DEFINED knobs
This section explains how to assign the desired functions to the USER DEFINED knobs in the USER
DEFINED KNOBS section on the top panel, and press these knobs to execute the defined function.
This assignment procedure will define the USER DEFINED knobs for the user who is currently loggedin, but if you are logged-in as the Administrator, you can also make USER DEFINED knob settings for
the Guest account.
1.
In the Function Access Area, press the SETUP button to access the SETUP screen.
2.
Press the USER SETUP button to access the USER SETUP popup window.
NOTE
The list shown is the same for all models of the CL series.
For the CL3/CL1, the display will indicate “Cannot Assign!” if you specify a parameter that does
not exist on that model.
3.
4.
Press the USER DEFINED KNOBS tab to select the USER DEFINED KNOBS page.
If you are logged-in as the Administrator, you can also turn on the FOR GUEST button in the
lower right of the screen to access the USER DEFINED KNOBS for Guest page and make USER
DEFINED knob settings for the Guest account.
The four on-screen buttons correspond to USER DEFINED knobs [1]–[4] on the top panel. The
name of function or parameter assigned to each key appears to the right of the corresponding onscreen button. If nothing is assigned to the knob, an indication of “---” will appear next to the
button.
5.
Make sure that the FUNCTION field is enclosed by a frame, then use the /
buttons in the lower part of the field or the multifunction knobs on the top panel
to select the function you want to assign.
For details on the assignable functions and their parameters, refer to “Functions that can be
assigned to USER DEFINED knobs” on page 262.
6.
If the selected function has parameters, press the PARAMETER 1 or 2 field to move
the frame, then select parameters 1 and 2 in the same way.
7.
Press the OK button to close the USER DEFINED KNOB SETUP window.
8.
Assign the desired functions to other USER DEFINED knobs in the same way.
9.
To execute an assigned function, press the corresponding USER DEFINED [1]–[4]
knob on the panel.
About TOUCH AND TURN
The TOUCH AND TURN function is assigned to the USER DEFINED [4] knob by
default. If this function is assigned to one of the USER DEFINED knobs, you can
press a desired knob on the touch screen and then use the USER DEFINED knob to
immediately operate that on-screen knob.
At this time, a pink frame is shown around the knob in the touch screen, indicating
that you can operate that knob.
Press the button corresponding to the USER DEFINED knob to which you want to
assign a function.
The USER DEFINED KNOB SETUP window will appear. In this window you can select a
function to assign to the USER DEFINED knob, and select the parameters.
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Assignable encoders
4.
Press the button in the ASSIGNABLE ENCODER field.
The ASSIGNABLE ENCODER SETUP popup window will appear.
5.
Use the / buttons in the lower part of the field or the multifunction knobs on
the top panel to select the function you want to assign.
For details on the assignable functions and their parameters, refer to “Functions that can be
assigned to the assignable encoders” on page 263.
You can assign the desired function to the GAIN/PAN/ASSIGN knob on the fader strip of each channel,
and control the function using the knob.
1.
In the Function Access Area, press the SETUP button to access the SETUP screen.
2.
Press the USER SETUP button to access the USER SETUP popup window.
NOTE
SELECTED SEND is the default setting. It functions as the send to the MIX/MATRIX channel that
is selected for SENDS ON FADER in the Function Access Area.
3.
Press the USER DEFINED KNOBS tab to select the USER DEFINED KNOBS page.
If you are logged-in as the Administrator, you can also turn on the FOR GUEST button in the
lower right of the screen to access the USER DEFINED KNOBS and ASSIGNABLE ENCODER
for Guest page, and make assignable knob settings for the Guest account.
6.
Press the OK button to close the ASSIGNABLE ENCODER SETUP window.
7.
Press the [GAIN/PAN/ASSIGN] key on the top panel repeatedly
to select ASSIGN.
The CL3 and CL1 feature one [GAIN/PAN/ASSIGN] key. Therefore, the
function of all GAIN/PAN/ASSIGN knobs will change simultaneously.
On the CL5, you can switch the knob function in block A (left side) and
block C/Master fader section (right side) independently by using the
corresponding [GAIN/PAN/ASSIGN] keys.
NOTE
This assignment does not apply to the multifunction knobs in the Centralogic section, since these
knobs are used to control on-screen parameters.
8.
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2 MASTER FADER field
Custom fader bank
• MASTER button
Press this button to set channels that will be controlled by the faders in the Master fader section.
Groups that organize channels routed to the top-panel faders are called “fader banks.”
There are input and output channel banks, as well as custom fader banks. Custom fader banks enable
you to select various combinations of channels, regardless of channel types. This section explains how
to set up a custom fader bank.
1.
In the Function Access Area, press the SETUP button to access the SETUP screen.
2.
Press the USER SETUP button to access the USER SETUP popup window.
3 Block indicators
Display the graphics of the block and faders that are the current target for editing.
The graphics vary depending on the console model.
CL5: A (16 faders), B, C, MASTER
CL3: A (16 faders), B, MASTER
CL1: A (8 faders), B, MASTER
4 Fader select button
Selects the target fader. Press this button to select it, then press the [SEL] keys on the top panel to
add the corresponding channels to the selected fader bank.
1
5 Channel select popup button
3
Opens the channel select popup window, in which you can change the channel specified for
CHANNEL ASSIGN.
2
6 CLEAR ALL button
Clears the current fader bank assignment. Pressing this button will open a confirmation dialog
box. Press OK to clear the assignment. Otherwise, press CANCEL to return to the previous screen
without changing the setting.
6
4
5
3.
Press the CUSTOM FADER tab to access the CUSTOM FADER BANK/MASTER FADER
page.
If you are logged-in as the Administrator, you can also turn on the FOR GUEST button in the
lower right of the screen to access the CUSTOM FADER BANK/MASTER FADER for Guest page,
and make custom fader bank settings for the Guest account.
This page includes the following items.
1 CUSTOM FADER BANK field
• Bank select buttons
Enable you to select a custom fader bank to which you want to assign a group of channels.
The number and name of the custom fader banks vary depending on the console model.
CL5: A1, A2, B1, C1, C2, C3, C4, C5, C6
CL3: A1, A2, A3, B1, B2
CL1: A1, B1, B2, B3, B4
4.
Use the Bank Select keys to recall the fader settings to the top panel for the
channels you want to add to the custom fader bank.
5.
Press the bank select button for the custom fader bank you
want to set up.
6.
In the CHANNEL ASSIGN field, press the number button for
the fader you want to set up.
7.
On the top panel, press the [SEL] key of the channel that you
want to assign to that fader number.
The name of the selected channel will appear on the channel select
popup button.
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8.
To assign channels to other faders, repeat steps 4 through 7.
Master fader
9.
If necessary, select channels by pressing the channel select popup buttons.
You can set channels that will be controlled by the two faders in the Master fader section.
1.
In the Function Access Area, press the SETUP button to access the SETUP screen.
2.
Press the USER SETUP button to access the USER SETUP popup window.
3.
Press the CUSTOM FADER tab to access the CUSTOM FADER BANK/MASTER FADER
page.
If you are logged-in as the Administrator, you can also turn on the FOR GUEST button in the
lower right of the screen to access the CUSTOM FADER BANK/MASTER FADER for Guest page,
and make master fader settings for the Guest account.
4.
Press the MASTER button.
The CHANNEL ASSIGN field shows the channel assignments of the master section.
Use the list in the left column to select the desired channel group, then use the buttons in the right
column to select channels.
When you have finished selecting the channels, press the CLOSE button.
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Console Lock
You can temporarily prohibit console operations in order to prevent unwanted operation. This setting
completely disables operations of the panel and touch screen, so that controllers cannot be operated by
an accidental touch or by an unauthorized third party while the operator is taking a break.
If a password is set for the currently logged-in user, that password will be used for the Console Lock
function.
NOTE
• If you have forgotten the password, refer to “Initializing the unit to the factory default settings” in
the separate Owner’s Manual.
• The Guest cannot set a password.
• Even while the console is locked, you can operate the console from an external device via MIDI
or CL Editor as usual.
Locking the console
5.
1.
In the Function Access Area, press the SETUP button to access the SETUP screen.
2.
Press the CONSOLE LOCK button.
Press the channel select popup button of the fader (A or B) that you want to edit,
and choose the channel.
Use the list in the left column to select the desired channel group, then use the buttons in the right
column to select channels. When you have finished selecting the channels, press the CLOSE
button.
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Unlocking the console
If you are logged-in as a user for whom a password is set, a keyboard window will appear, allowing
you to enter the password.
1.
Press the CONSOLE LOCK screen.
If you are logged-in as a user for whom no password is set, the console will be unlocked.
If you are logged-in as a user for whom a password is set, a keyboard window will appear, allowing
you to enter the password.
2.
Enter the password for the logged-in user or for the Administrator, and press the
OK button.
The console will be unlocked, you will return to the SETUP screen, and the controllers will be
operable once again.
Specifying the CONSOLE LOCK screen image
If an image file has been saved on the USB flash drive, you can view that image on the CONSOLE LOCK
screen.
In the SAVE/LOAD popup window, specify the image file that you want to display, and then load it
from the USB flash drive. For details about loading files from the USB flash drive, refer to “Loading a
file from the USB flash drive” on page 178.
3.
NOTE
Enter the password for the logged-in user, and press the OK button.
The CONSOLE LOCK screen will appear, the Console Lock function will be enabled, and all
controllers (excluding the MONITOR LEVEL knob) will become inoperable.
Supported image file format is BMP in 800 x 600 pixels and 16/24/32-bit, but they will be
converted into 16-bit for display.
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Saving and loading setup data to and from a USB
flash drive
2.
Press the SAVE/LOAD button to access the SAVE/LOAD popup window.
3.
If necessary, press the directory icon and change the directory.
To move to the next higher level, press the arrow button in the PATH field.
4.
Press the SAVE button.
A keyboard window will appear, allowing you to enter a file name and comment.
5.
Enter a file name or comment, and press the SAVE button.
When the file has been saved, the PROCESSING popup window that shows the progress of the
writing operation will close.
This section explains how to connect a commercially-available USB flash drive to the USB connector
located to the right of the display, and save the internal settings and user authentication keys of the CL
series console to the USB flash drive or load them from the USB flash drive.
NOTE
• Operation is guaranteed only for USB flash drives.
• The operation of USB flash drives with capacities of up to 32GB has been verified. (However, this
does not necessarily guarantee the operation of all USB flash drives.) The FAT16 and FAT32
formats are supported. A USB flash drive with a capacity of 4GB or larger will be formatted in
FAT32, and a USB flash drive with a capacity of 2GB or smaller will be formatted in FAT16.
NOTICE
An ACCESS indicator appears in the Function Access Area while data is being accessed (saved,
loaded, or deleted). During this time, do not disconnect the USB plug or power-off the CL unit.
Doing so may damage the data in the flash drive.
Saving the CL console’s internal data on a USB flash drive
All of the CL series console’s internal data can be saved on a USB flash drive as a setting file. The saved
file will have an extension of “.CLF”.
1.
In the Function Access Area, press the SETUP button to access the SETUP screen.
NOTE
• If you are going to overwrite a file or save a file with the same name in the same folder, a dialog
will ask you to confirm the overwrite.
• You can enter a comment of up to 32 characters.
• You may enter a file name of more than eight characters. However, the drive name, path name,
and file name are limited to a total of 256 characters. If you exceed this limit, you will be unable
to save the file. If an error message appears at the bottom of the screen, shorten the file name
and try saving the file again.
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Loading a file from the USB flash drive
Follow the steps below to load CL settings file (extension .CLF) from the USB flash drive into the CL
series console.
You can use the same procedure to load the following files as well as setting files.
Extension
.CLF
Type
ALL
Contents of file
Press the OK button to begin loading the file.
When the file has finished loading, the PROCESSING popup window that shows the progress of
the loading operation will close. If you cancel this procedure while it is in progress, data up to the
cancellation point will still be loaded.
Some setting data may not be loaded, depending on the USER LEVEL setting during the load
operation.
CL console internal setting file
.CLU
KEY
CL console user authentication key
.XML
XML
XML file for displaying Help
.TXT
TEXT
Text file for displaying Help
.BMP
BMP
Image file for display in the CONSOLE LOCK screen (256 or more
colors, uncompressed bitmap format)
Editing the files saved on the USB flash drive
This section explains how to perform editing operations such as sorting the files and directories on the
USB flash drive, editing the file names or comments, copying, and pasting.
■ File editing
NOTICE
Some data may contain settings that will cause the console to output signals immediately after
the data is loaded. Therefore, before loading data, turn off the power to the equipment connected
to the CL series console and/or lower the volume of such equipment so that there will not be a
problem even if a signal is output from the CL console.
1.
In the Function Access Area, press the SETUP button to access the SETUP screen.
2.
Press the SAVE/LOAD button to access the SAVE/LOAD popup window.
1.
In the Function Access Area, press the SETUP button to access the SETUP screen.
2.
Press the SAVE/LOAD button to access the SAVE/LOAD popup window.
The list will show the files and sub-directories that have been saved.
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6
7
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C
A
B
1 COPY button
3.
4.
5.
Copies a file into buffer memory (a temporary holding area).
To select the file that you want to load, press the name of the desired file in the file
list, or rotate the corresponding multifunction knob on the panel.
The highlighted line in the file list indicates the file that is selected for operations.
2 PASTE button
Pastes the file from buffer memory.
3 DELETE button
If you want the DANTE SETUP and I/O device-related settings saved in the CL
settings file (file name extension .CLF) to be applied to the CL console, press the
WITH DANTE SETUP AND I/O DEVICE button to turn it on.
Deletes the selected file or directory.
NOTE
A directory cannot be deleted unless it is empty. The message “Directory Not Empty!” will appear.
Press the LOAD button. A confirmation dialog box will appear.
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4 MAKE DIR button
NOTE
The DANTE SETUP settings SECONDARY PORT and CONSOLE ID will not be changed even
if the WITH DANTE SETUP AND I/O DEVICE button is on.
Creates a new directory.
5 PATH
3.
Indicates the name of the current directory. Press the arrow button to move to the next higher
level. If the current directory is the top level, the arrow button is dimmed.
6 VOLUME NAME/FREE SIZE
Perform the desired editing operation.
For details on the procedure, refer to the explanations that follow.
■ Sorting files and editing file names/comments
Indicates the volume name and the amount of free space on the USB flash drive.
If the USB flash drive is write-protected, a protect symbol will appear in the VOLUME NAME
field.
1.
7 File list
This area lists the files that are saved on the USB flash drive.
The highlighted line indicates the file selected for operations.
The file list contains the following items. When you press the item name at the top of each column,
it will turn orange, and the list will be sorted by that item. Each time you press the item name, the
sorting order will alternate between ascending and descending order.
• FILE NAME ...............Indicates the file name or directory name, and shows an icon indicating
its type.
• COMMENT ...............The comment added to the CL console setting file is displayed here.
• READ ONLY..............A lock symbol in this column indicates that the corresponding file is
protected. You can press this area to enable or disable the protect setting.
• TYPE ...........................ALL indicates a file containing CL internal settings, KEY indicates a user
authentication key, XML indicates a Help file, BMP indicates a bitmap
image file, MP3 indicates an MP3 file, and [DIR] indicates a directory.
• TIME STAMP............Indicates the date and time at which the file was modified most recently.
To sort the files, press one of the headings “FILE NAME,” “COMMENT,” “READ
ONLY,” “TYPE,” or “TIME STAMP” at the top of each column on the file list.
The list will be sorted as follows, according to the column heading you press.
1
2
3 4
5
1 FILE NAME
Sort the list in numerical/alphabetical order of the file names.
2 COMMENT
Sort the list in numerical/alphabetical order of the comment.
3 READ ONLY
Sort the list by Write Protect on/off status.
4 TYPE
Sort the list by file type.
5 TIME STAMP
8 File selection knob
Sort the list by date and time of update.
Selects a file on the file list. You can operate this knob using the multifunction knob.
NOTE
9 SAVE button
By pressing the same location again, you can change the direction (ascending order or
descending order) in which the list is sorted.
Saves all of the CL console internal settings together (see page 177).
0 LOAD button
Loads the selected CL setting file (see page 178).
A CREATE USER KEY button
Creates a user authentication key (see page 158).
B FORMAT button
Initializes the USB flash drive (see page 180).
2.
If you want to edit the file name or comment, press the FILE NAME field or
COMMENT field of each file to access the keyboard window.
3.
Enter a file name or comment, and press the RENAME button or SET button.
4.
To turn the protect setting on or off, press the READ ONLY field for the file.
A protect symbol is displayed for write-protected files. These files cannot be overwritten.
NOTE
C WITH DANTE SETUP AND I/O DEVICE button
You cannot edit the file name or comment of a write-protected file.
If this is off, the DANTE SETUP and I/O device settings will be omitted when a settings file is
loaded.
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■ Copying and pasting a file
Follow the steps below to copy a desired file into buffer memory, and then paste it with a different file
name.
1.
Formatting a USB flash drive
Follow the steps below to format a USB flash drive.
A USB flash drive with a capacity of 4GB or larger will be formatted in FAT32, and a USB flash drive
with a capacity of 2GB or smaller will be formatted in FAT16.
Turn the multifunction knob to select the copy-source file, and press the COPY
button.
The highlighted line in the file list indicates the file that is selected for operations.
2.
If necessary, press the directory icon and change the directory.
To move to the next higher level, press the arrow button in the PATH field.
3.
Press the PASTE button.
A keyboard window will appear, allowing you to enter the file name.
4.
Enter the file name, and press the PASTE button.
1.
In the Function Access Area, press the SETUP button to access the SETUP screen.
2.
Press the SAVE/LOAD button to access the SAVE/LOAD popup window.
3.
Press the FORMAT button.
A keyboard window will appear, allowing you to enter the volume name that will be applied after
formatting.
4.
Enter a volume name, and press the FORMAT button.
A dialog box will ask you to confirm the Format operation.
5.
To execute the Format operation, press the OK button.
NOTE
You cannot use a file name that already exists when you paste a file.
■ Deleting a file
1.
Rotate the multifunction knob to select a file to delete, then press the DELETE
button.
A dialog box will ask you to confirm the Delete operation.
2.
To execute the Delete operation, press the OK button.
NOTE
You cannot delete a protected file.
■ Creating a directory
1.
If necessary, press the directory icon and change the directory.
To move to the next higher level, press the arrow button in the PATH field.
2.
Press the MAKE DIR button.
A keyboard window will appear, allowing you to enter a directory name.
3.
Enter the name of the directory you want to create, then press the MAKE button.
NOTE
You cannot create a directory using a directory name that already exists.
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Assigning channels to the input and output of the
recorder
This chapter explains the functionality and operation of the recorder.
Follow the steps below to patch the desired channels to the input and output of the USB memory
recorder. You can patch any desired output channel or the direct output of an INPUT channel to the
recorder input, and you can patch the recorder output to any desired input channel.
About the USB memory recorder
The CL series console features a USB memory recorder function that lets you easily record internal
signals to a USB flash drive, or play back audio files recorded on a USB flash drive.
As the file format for recording, the CL series console supports MP3 (MPEG-1 Audio Layer-3). For
playback, it supports MP3 as well as WMA (Windows Media Audio) and AAC (MPEG-4 AAC) files.
However, DRM (Digital Rights Management) is not supported.
By using the USB memory recorder, the output from the STEREO bus or a MIX bus can be recorded to
a USB flash drive, or background music or sound effects saved on a USB flash drive can be played back
via an assigned input channel.
1.
In the Function Access Area, press the RECORDER button to access the RECORDER
screen.
2.
Press the USB tab in the upper right of the screen.
On this screen you can assign signals to the input and output of the USB memory recorder, and
perform recording and playback operations.
■ Signal flow for the USB memory recorder
MIX1-24
MATRIX1-8
RECORDER
INPUT
L
PLAYBACK
OUT
USB memory
recorder
STEREO L/R
MONO
L
R
INPUT1-72*
ST IN 1L1R-8L8R
R
INPUT1-72*
DIRECT OUT
* CL3: INPUT1-64, CL1: INPUT1-48
NOTE
• Recording and playback cannot be done simultaneously.
• The signal being recorded cannot be input to an INPUT channel.
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2 3
4
8
7 6
5
1 RECORDER INPUT popup buttons (L/R)
Press these buttons to open the CH SELECT popup window, in which you can select the signals
patched to the recorder’s L/R input channels.
2 RECORDER INPUT GAIN knob
Sets the level of the signal input to the recorder.
3 RECORDER INPUT CUE button
Press this button to audition the signal input to the recorder.
NOTE
You cannot turn on this button and the PLAYBACK OUTPUT CUE button simultaneously.
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4 RECORDER INPUT meters
•
•
•
•
Indicate the level of the signals input to the recorder.
5 PLAYBACK OUT popup buttons (L/R)
Press these buttons to open the CH SELECT popup window, in which you can select the signals
patched to the recorder’s L/R output channels for playback.
NOTE
In the case of the CL3/CL1, channels that do not exist on those models will not be shown.
6 PLAYBACK OUT GAIN knob
Sets the level of the recorder playback output signal.
4.
Use the category list and the channel select buttons to select the channel that you
want to patch to the USB memory recorder output.
If you select a channel to which a channel is already patched, a dialog box will ask you to confirm
the patch change. Press the OK button in the dialog box.
5.
When you have finished assigning the channel, press the CLOSE button.
You will return to the RECORDER screen.
6.
Assign a channel to the other input in the same way.
7 PLAYBACK OUT CUE button
Press this button to audition the signal output from the recorder.
NOTE
You cannot turn on this button and the RECORDER INPUT CUE button simultaneously.
8 PLAYBACK OUT meters
Indicates the level of the recorder playback output signal.
3.
ST L+C ....................... STEREO channel L mixed with the MONO (C) channel
ST R+C ....................... STEREO channel R mixed with the MONO (C) channel
MONO........................ MONO channel
CH1–72 ...................... Direct output of an INPUT channel 1–72
To assign channels to the recorder inputs, press the RECORDER INPUT popup
button L or R.
The CH SELECT popup window will appear.
NOTE
The USB memory recorder always records and plays back in stereo. If you want to record in
monaural, with the same signal for left and right, you must assign both of the recorder inputs to
the same channel.
7.
To assign channels to the recorder playback outputs, press the PLAYBACK OUT
popup button L or R.
The CH SELECT popup window will appear.
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1
2
1
1 Category list
Enables you to select the type of channels.
2 Channel select buttons
Select the channels that will be patched to the USB memory recorder’s inputs.
• MIX 1–24....................MIX channels 1–24
• MTRX 1–8..................MATRIX channels 1–8
• ST L/R .........................STEREO channel L/R
1 Category List
Enables you to select the type of channels.
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Recording audio to a USB flash drive
Select the channels that will be patched to the USB memory recorder’s playback outputs, from the
following choices.
• CH1–72....................................... INPUT channels 1–72
• STIN 1L/1R–STIN 8L/8R ........ ST IN channels 1–8 L/R
You can record the signal of the desired output channels as an audio file (MP3) onto the USB flash drive
inserted in the USB connector located to the right of the display.
1.
In the Function Access Area, press the RECORDER button to access the RECORDER
screen.
2.
Press the USB tab in the upper right of the screen.
NOTE
In the case of the CL3/CL1, channels that do not exist on those models will not be shown.
8.
Use the category list and the channel select buttons to select the channel that you
want to patch to the USB memory recorder output.
If you select a channel to which another signal is already patched, a dialog box will ask you to
confirm the patch change. Press the OK button in the dialog box.
NOTE
The recorder playback output can be patched to multiple channels.
9.
When you have finished assigning the channel, press the CLOSE button.
You will return to the RECORDER screen.
10.
Assign a channel to the other output in the same way.
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2
C
B
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8
9
0
A
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■ TRANSPORT field
This field enables you to control recording and playback of a song.
1 Current song
Indicates the currently-selected song’s track number, title and artist name. The following
indicators will appear during playback or recording.
Playing
Recording
2 Elapsed time display
Indicates the elapsed playback time of the current song during playback, and the elapsed
recording time during recording.
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■ PLAY MODE field
This field enables you to specify how the recorder will behave when playback of the current song is
complete.
3 Remaining time display
Indicates the remaining playback time of the current song during playback.
4 Current song format
B SINGLE button
Indicates the file format and bit rate of the current song (the file being played back).
If this button is on, only the current song will play.
If this button is off, when the current song finishes playing, the recorder will play the next song in
the list that is marked with a PLAY check symbol.
5 REC RATE button
Switches the recording rate.
6 Display switch button
C REPEAT button
Switches between displaying and hiding the RECORDER INPUT and PLAYBACK OUT fields at
the bottom of the song list.
If this button is on, playback will repeat. If the SINGLE button is on, only the current song will
play repeatedly. If the SINGLE button is off, all songs in the list that are marked with a PLAY check
symbol will repeatedly play in the order of the list.
If this is off, the song will play only once. If the SINGLE button is on, the current song will play
only once, and then stop. If the SINGLE button is off, all songs in the list that are marked with a
PLAY check symbol will play once in the order of the list, and then playback will stop.
7 REW button
Moves the playback point to the beginning of the current song. If the playback point has already
been located at the beginning, the point will move to the beginning of the preceding song that has
been checked for playback.
When the playback point is not at the beginning of the current song, holding down this button
for two seconds or longer will rewind the playback point.
If you operate this button during playback, playback will resume from the point at which the
button was released.
3.
8 STOP button
The recorder will change from play/record/recording-standby mode to stop mode.
9 PLAY/PAUSE button
Connect a USB flash drive with sufficient free capacity to the USB connector.
The FREE SIZE field indicates the amount of free capacity. When you connect a USB flash drive
to the USB connector, a YPE folder and a SONGS folder within that YPE folder will be created
automatically in the root directory of the USB flash drive.
The files created by recording operations will be saved in the above SONGS folder, or in the
currently-selected folder below that level.
■ Directory structure of a USB flash drive
Changes the recorder mode as follows:
Stop mode → Playback mode, then starts playback from the beginning of the current song
Playback mode → Playback pause mode
Playback pause mode → Playback mode, then starts playback from the paused point.
Recording standby mode → Recording mode
Recording mode → Recording-pause mode
Recording pause mode → Recording mode, then starts recording from the paused point.
YPE folder
Root directory
Songs folder
Song (audio file)
0 FF button
Moves the playback point to the beginning of the next song that is marked with a PLAY check symbol.
If you hold down this button for two seconds or longer, fast-forward will occur.
If you operate this button during playback, playback will resume from the point at which the
button was released.
A REC button
Places the recorder in recording standby mode.
The pause indicator of the PLAY/PAUSE (
) button will light.
4.
NOTE
You can also assign the function of each button to a USER DEFINED key (see page 169).
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5.
Playing back audio files from a USB flash drive
To monitor the signal being recorded, raise the fader for the channel(s) that are
patched to the input of the recorder.
The level of the input signal to the recorder is shown by the RECORDER INPUT field’s level meter
in the RECORDER screen. If necessary, use the GAIN knob in the RECORDER INPUT field to
adjust the input level to the recorder.
You can play back audio files that have been saved on your USB flash drive. In addition to files that were
recorded on the CL series console, you can also play files that were copied from your computer to the
USB flash drive.
The three types of file format that can be played are MP3 (MPEG-1 Audio Layer-3), WMA (Windows
Media Audio), and AAC (MPEG-4 AAC). The playable sampling rates are 44.1 kHz and 48 kHz. The
supported bit rate ranges from 64 kbps to 320 kbps.
NOTE
• The signal being recorded will not be output from the recorder output jacks (PLAYBACK OUT).
• Operating the GAIN knob will not affect the level of the signal being output to other ports from the
corresponding output channel.
6.
1.
Press the REC RATE field in the lower right of the screen, then select the bit rate
for the audio file that will be recorded.
You can choose 96 kbps, 128 kbps, or 192 kbps. Higher bit rates will improve the audio quality,
but will increase the size of the data.
NOTE
If you want to play back an audio file, you must save it in the SONGS folder within the YPE folder,
or in a folder you have created below the SONGS folder. Files located in other folders and files of
unsupported formats will not be recognized.
2.
NOTE
The word clock rate at which the CL series console is currently operating will automatically be
selected as the sampling rate for the audio file.
7.
8.
9.
Press the REC (●) button.
The REC (●) button and the PAUSE ( ) indicator of the PLAY/PAUSE (
The current song indicator area will show “----RECORDING----.”
Connect a USB flash drive that contains the audio files to the USB connector.
In the Function Access Area, press the RECORDER button to access the RECORDER
screen.
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) button will light.
To start recording, press the PLAY/PAUSE (
) button.
During recording, the REC (●) button and the PLAY ( ) indicator of the PLAY/PAUSE (
button will light. You can also see the elapsed recording time.
2
)
4
To stop recording, press the STOP (■) button.
The audio file will be saved to the USB flash drive.
A
0
NOTE
• In the default state, the recorded audio file will be saved in the SONGS folder within the YPE
folder. You may also specify a folder of a level below the SONGS folder.
• The recorded file will be given a default title and file name. You can change this later.
10.
To audition the recorded content, proceed as follows.
10–1. Select a recorded audio file, and press the PLAY/PAUSE (
) button.
The recorded content will be played back via the input channel you specified in step 4.
You can also turn on the CUE button in the PLAYBACK OUT field to audition it.
10–2. To stop playback, press the STOP (■) button.
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8
9
1 Title list
This list shows the playable audio files and the folders that are saved in the selected folder of USB
flash drive. The row with the blue background in the center of the list indicates the song file/folder
that is selected for operations.
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2 Status indicator
• The folders that can be selected are restricted to the SONGS folder inside the YPE folder, and
folders located below the SONGS folder.
• The CL series console can recognize a file name that is a maximum of 64 single-byte characters.
If the file name is longer than this, the desired file may not play correctly.
• A maximum of 300 songs can be managed in a single directory. A maximum of 64 subdirectories
can be managed.
A symbol indicating whether the file is playing or paused is shown at the left edge of the title list.
: Playing, : Paused
3 Track number
Indicates the file number on the list.
4 Sub-directory
If there is a folder at a lower level, a folder icon is shown at the track number position. You can
move to the lower level by pressing the folder icon.
4.
Use the multifunction knob or press the on-screen file name to select the desired
file.
5.
Press a button in the PLAY MODE to select the playback mode.
You can choose from the following four playback modes.
5 PLAY check symbol
Enables you to select multiple files that will be played back consecutively.
SINGLE
button
6 SELECT knob
Use the multifunction knob to switch the current song. (The title list will scroll up or down.)
7 NOW PLAYING button
If you turn this button on, the currently-playing song will always be selected in the list (it will have
a blue background).
8 MOVE UP/MOVE DOWN buttons
On
The currently-selected song will play repeatedly until you stop playback.
On
Off
The currently-selected song will play once and then stop.
Off
On
Starting with the currently-selected song on the title list, songs will play
back consecutively until the last song. Then, playback will return to the
first song and will continue until you stop playback.
Off
Off
Starting with the currently-selected song in the title list, songs will play
back consecutively, and playback will stop at the last song on the list.
6.
If you have selected a consecutive playback mode in step 5, press the PLAY check
symbol column for each song you want to play.
When performing consecutive playback, the files marked with a check symbol will be played.
7.
Press the PLAY/PAUSE (
) button.
The song you selected in step 4 will begin playing.
Switch between the SONG TITLE display and the FILE NAME display on the list.
0 SAVE LIST button
Saves the order of the current title list and PLAY check symbol setting as a playlist.
A RELOAD button
Loads the playlist that was saved most recently. Use this button to revert the current playlist you
are editing back to the previous setting.
3.
Mode
On
Sort the current song list in descending or ascending order.
9 Display switch buttons
REPEAT
button
NOTE
• The USB memory recorder can play back audio files that feature a sampling rate of 44.1 kHz or
48 kHz.
• Even if the sampling rate at which the CL series console is operating differs from the sampling
rate of the audio file being played, the SRC (Sampling Rate Converter) function will automatically
convert the rate so that the file will be played back correctly.
• If the REPEAT button is on, playback will continue until you stop playback.
You can use the change directory button on screen and the folder icon in the NO.
column to view a content list of the folder that includes the desired file.
If the directory on the USB flash drive is displayed:
• Upper level .................Press this button to move up to the directory that is one level higher than
the current one.
8.
To stop playback, press the STOP (■) button.
• Subdirectory ..............Press this button to move to the corresponding sub-directory.
NOTE
• If you select a folder in this way, that folder will automatically be selected as the recording
destination.
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Editing the title list
Enables you to select either song title or file name to be displayed in the SONG TITLE/FILE
NAME field.
You can change the order of the audio files shown in the title list, and edit the titles or artist names.
1.
Connect a USB flash drive containing audio files to the USB connector.
3.
2.
In the Function Access Area, press the RECORDER button to access the RECORDER
screen (USB tab).
In the screen, you can use the folder icon in the NO. column and the change
directory button to view the contents of the folder that includes the desired file.
4.
If you want to edit a title in the title list, press the SONG TITLE/FILE NAME EDIT
button. If you want to edit the artist name, press the ARTIST EDIT button.
A popup window will appear, allowing you to edit the text.
3
4
NOTE
• If the title or artist name contains characters that cannot be displayed, these characters will be
converted into
for display.
• The title and the artist name can be edited only for MP3 format audio files.
1
2
5.
Edit the title or artist name.
A maximum of 128 single-byte characters (64 double-byte characters) can be input for both the
title and for the artist name. If the text cannot be shown completely in the input field, the text will
scroll horizontally.
6.
Press the OK button to close the popup window.
7.
If necessary, use the SONG TITLE/FILE NAME SORT button, ARTIST SORT button,
and MOVE UP/MOVE DOWN buttons on screen to change the order of the title list.
Use the following buttons to change the order of the title list.
5
6
• SONG TITLE/FILE NAME SORT button
Press this button to sort the title list in numerical → alphabetical order by title/file name. Pressing
the button repeatedly will alternate between ascending and descending order.
• ARTIST SORT button
Press this button to sort the title list in numerical → alphabetical order by artist name. Pressing the
button repeatedly will alternate between ascending and descending order.
1 SONG TITLE/FILE NAME EDIT button
Enables you to edit the title of the song selected in the list. The file name cannot be edited here.
• MOVE UP/MOVE DOWN buttons
Press these buttons to move the track number of the file currently-selected in the title list upward
or downward by one.
2 ARTIST EDIT button
Enables you to edit the artist name of the song selected in the list.
• SAVE LIST button
Press this button to store the title list order and playback selections (the PLAY check symbol) to
a USB flash drive as a play list. You should perform this operation if you want the state of the title
list to be preserved even after you disconnect the USB flash drive or turn off the power to the
console.
Since these settings are stored for each folder, a confirmation dialog box will ask you whether you
want to save them when you attempt to change folders.
3 SONG TITLE/FILE NAME SORT button
Sorts the list in numerical/alphabetical order of the title or file name.
4 ARTIST SORT button
Sorts the list in numerical/alphabetical order of the artist name.
5 SAVE LIST button
Saves the order of the current title list and PLAY check symbol settings to a USB flash drive as a
playlist.
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Using the CL console with Nuendo Live
The following example shows Dante Controller settings for patching I/O device channels 1–16 to
DVS.
The CL series consoles can operate in an integrated manner with Steinberg’s Nuendo Live DAW
software.
In addition to the equipment and software mentioned in “Recording or playing back using DAW on a
computer” on page 25, the “CL Extension” software which integrates the CL series and Nuendo Live can
be installed in your computer, allowing you to operate Nuendo Live from the CL series console to easily
perform multi-track recording operations.
Here we explain how to operate Nuendo Live from the CL series console.
Preparing the project
Make the following settings as described in “Recording or playing back using DAW on a computer” on
page 25.
1.
Setting up Dante Virtual Soundcard or Dante Accelerator
Specify the audio format, network settings, and ASIO driver settings so that Dante Virtual
Soundcard (DVS) or Dante Accelerator (DANTE-ACCEL) can be used.
2.
Setting up Dante Controller
Use Dante Controller to patch between the I/O device and DVS, and between DVS and the CL
series console. Assign the signals from the I/O device to the various input ports of DVS. Patching
can also be specified from the CL series console.
NOTE
Separately, route the signals from I/O devices to the channels on the CL series console. (see
page 138)
In this case, the DANTE INPUT PATCH settings of the CL series console must be switched when
changing between multi-track recording and multi-track playback. Switching will be easy if
you’ve stored the respective settings in the DANTE INPUT PATCH LIBRARY (see page 139).
3.
Setting up Nuendo Live
When you start Nuendo Live and create a new project, a track for each channel specified for DVS
will be created automatically. In addition, the tracks will automatically use the channel names and
color information as specified on the CL series console.
Make the following settings in Nuendo Live.
• In Setup button → Audio System, select DVS or DANTE-ACCEL as the driver.
NOTE
For details on the settings of each software program, refer to the manual for that software.
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Recording into a project
1.
In the Function Access Area, press the RECORDER button to access the RECORDER
screen.
2.
Press the Nuendo Live tab in the upper right of the screen.
The Nuendo Live screen will appear.
This displays information for the current location of the Nuendo Live project. You can press the
button at the right to switch the time display format.
7 GO TO PROJECT START button
Returns the location to the start of the project.
8 GO TO PREVIOUS MARKER button
Returns the location to the previous marker.
9 GO TO NEXT MARKER button
Advances the location to the next marker.
1
0 GO TO PROJECT END button
Advances the location to the end of the project.
2
A CYCLE button
Turns repeat on/off for the project.
B STOP button
3
Stops playback/recording of the project.
C PLAY button
4
G
Starts playback of the project.
5
D RECORD button
Starts/stops recording of the project.
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7 8 9 0
A
B
C
D H EI
E EASY RECORDING button
Immediately starts recording all tracks.
Pressing this button will reset the current location to the end point of the latest recording, place
all tracks in recording mode, start recording, and then display and lock the recording panel.
Recording will start retroactively by the specified time duration (default: 10 seconds).
F
The screen shows the following items.
F Record lock button
1 Nuendo meter display field
Turns recording status lock on/off.
This prevents recording from being accidentally stopped during recording.
This shows the channel levels of Nuendo Live.
2 PEAK CLEAR button
G DVS information display
Clears the peak levels indicated by the peak hold function.
Shows the device label of the selected DVS.
3 Marker list field
H ADD MARKER button
Lists the marker information recorded in the current Nuendo Live project.
The markers can be selected by pressing the on-screen list or by using the multifunction knobs.
Adds a marker to the project at the current location.
I RECALL LINK button
4 Nuendo Live SETUP button
Specifies whether a marker will be created when you recall a scene. If this function is turned on,
the button will be lit.
Specify the device that the console will use for communication when working with Nuendo Live.
(see page 190)
NOTE
5 DANTE INPUT PATCH button
Transport functions can also be controlled from USER DEFINED keys. (see page 169)
Press this to access the DANTE INPUT PATCH screen (see page 138).
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Press the EASY RECORDING button to start recording.
4.
When you have finished recording, press the record lock button and then the STOP
button.
■ When setup method selection button = DVS
To choose from a list of the I/O devices on the Dante audio network, press the DVS button to display
the DEVICE LIST field.
Specifying DVS or DANTE-ACCEL
1.
In the Nuendo Live screen, press the NUENDO Live SETUP button.
The NUENDO LIVE SETUP popup window will appear.
NOTE
• Even if the CL’s CONSOLE ID is set to something other than #1, you can still specify DVS or
DANTE-ACCEL in the NUENDO Live SETUP screen.
• However, you must not select the same DVS or DANTE-ACCEL from more than one CL console.
1
1
2
This screen contains the following items.
1 DEVICE LIST
Shows a list of the I/O devices on the Dante audio network.
From the list, choose the DVS that you want to use with Nuendo Live.
2 DEVICE LIST select knob
Operate the multi-function knob to choose the DVS that you want to select.
1 Setup method selection buttons
Use these buttons to select one of the following methods to specify DVS or DANTE-ACCEL.
• NO ASSIGN............................... Not assigned
• DVS ............................................. Select a DVS from the device list
• SPECIFIED IP ADDRESS ...... When using DANTE-ACCEL, specify the IP address of the PC
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■ When setup method selection button = SPECIFIED IP ADDRESS
If you’re using DANTE-ACCEL, use the SPECIFIED IP ADDRESS field to specify the IP address of the
PC. Since the IP address of DANTE-ACCEL will differ from the IP address used by CL Extension, you
must specify the IP address manually.
NOTE
Depending on the firmware version, DANTE-ACCEL might not support redundant networking.
Refer to the following website to check whether your version of the DANTE-ACCEL (Dante
Accelerator) firmware supports redundant networking.
http://www.yamahaproaudio.com/
2.
When you have finished making settings, press the OK button to close the
NUENDO LIVE SET UP popup window.
1
This screen contains the following items.
1 IP ADDRESS knobs
Use the multifunction knobs to specify the IP address.
NOTE
• As the IP address, specify the IP address of the PC that is running Nuendo Live.
• Set the address of that PC in the range of 169.254.0.0 – 169.254.255.255, and set the subnet
mask as 255.255.0.0.
• For the PC in which DANTE-ACCEL is installed, the Dante port of DANTE-ACCEL as well as the
Ethernet port of the PC must both be connected to the same network.
Refer to the illustration below.
PC
DANTE-ACCEL
CL
SW
(Primary)
Ethernet
P
S
Dante
SW
(Secondary)
P
S
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Playing a multi-track project
1.
In the Nuendo Live screen, press the DANTE INPUT PATCH button.
2.
Assign the signals from Nuendo Live to the desired DANTE1–DANTE64 ports.
For example, press the PORT SELECT button for DANTE1.
The PORT SELECT popup window will appear.
3.
In the list at the left, select the DVS you’re using with Nuendo Live, and select the
port that you want to assign to DANTE1.
4.
Press the + button located in the upper part of the screen to switch to DANTE2,
and assign a DVS port to it in the same way.
5.
When you have finished making settings, press the CLOSE button to exit the screen.
6.
Press the “X” symbol in the upper right of the DANTE INPUT PATCH window to
close it.
NOTE
If you’ve saved the DANTE INPUT PATCH settings in the library, it will be easy to switch the
settings on the CL series console (see page 139).
7.
In the Nuendo Live screen, press the START button.
8.
Operate the channels so that sound is output.
9.
To stop playback, press the STOP button.
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Help function
4.
To select the Help file (file extension: .xml) that you want to load, press one of the
Help files in the file list, or turn the multifunction knob on the panel.
You can view Help files provided by Yamaha, or display any user-created text file.
5.
Press the LOAD button. A confirmation dialog box will appear.
We accept no responsibility for any damage that may occur as a result of using Help files created by a
third party other than Yamaha.
6.
Press the OK button to load the file.
Loading a Help file from a USB flash drive
Loading a text file from a USB flash drive
NOTE
1.
A help file for only one language is stored in the console’s internal memory. Once you load the
help file, it will be preserved in internal memory even if the power is turned off.
The first time you press the HELP button to view the help file after turning the power on, it will take
a while for the help file to be loaded from internal memory. It is not possible to read from internal
memory while the USB flash drive is being accessed, including while the recorder is recording or
playing back, and therefore Help cannot be displayed during this time.
Once the data has finished loading, subsequently pressing the HELP button will display the help
file instantly.
1.
Before you proceed, save the Help file (file extension: .xml) provided by Yamaha
on your USB flash drive. For the latest information on help files, refer to the
Yamaha Pro Audio website.
http://www.yamahaproaudio.com/
2.
3.
In the Function Access Area, press the SETUP button to access the SETUP screen.
Using a commercially available text editor or the “Notepad” included with
Microsoft Windows, create a text file (file extension: .txt) and save it on your USB
flash drive.
By default, the character code set of the text file will be detected as UTF-8. However, by adding a
line consisting of [ISO-8859-1] or [Shift_JIS] at the beginning of the file, you can force
recognition of the file using that character code set. You can specify the desired character code set
when using your text editor to save the text file.
The Help function is able to display the following text files (character code sets/languages).
• Text files written in the ISO-8859-1 character code set (English, German, French, Spanish, etc.)
• Text files written in the Shift_JIS character code set (Japanese)
• Text files of the above languages written in the UTF-8 character code set.
The maximum size of the text file is 1024 Kbytes.
Press the SAVE/LOAD button to access the SAVE/LOAD popup window.
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2.
In the Function Access Area, press the SETUP button to access the SETUP screen.
3.
Press the SAVE/LOAD button to access the SAVE/LOAD popup window.
4.
To select the text file you want to load, press one of the text files in the file list or
turn the multifunction knob on the panel.
5.
Press the LOAD button. A confirmation dialog box will appear.
6.
Press the OK button to load the file.
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Viewing Help
Using USER DEFINED keys to recall Help directly
1.
Before you proceed, load the Help file or text file from your USB flash drive.
1.
Before you proceed, load the Help file from your USB flash drive.
2.
In the Function Access Area, press the
popup window.
2.
In the Function Access Area, press the SETUP button to access the SETUP screen.
3.
By turning multifunction knobs 1–2 you can scroll the index area at the left. By
turning multifunction knobs 3–8 you can scroll the main area at the right.
3.
In the upper left of the screen, press the USER SETUP button to access the USER
SETUP popup window.
4.
By pressing a link (underlined text) in the text, you can scroll to the linked
destination.
By pressing a window link (a location with an → symbol and underlined text), you can close the
HELP popup window and open the corresponding window.
5.
You can also scroll by using the buttons in the tool bar as needed.
•
button................Scrolls to the chapter that precedes the currently-displayed location.
6.
(Help) button to access the HELP
•
button................Returns to the preceding item in the history of links you pressed.
•
button................Proceeds to the subsequent item in the history of links you pressed.
To close the window, press the
(Help) button of the Function Access Area or
the “x” symbol of the HELP popup window.
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4.
■ Recalling the HELP popup window using only a USER DEFINED key
Press the USER DEFINED KEYS tab to select the USER DEFINED KEYS page.
9.
Press the USER DEFINED key to which the Help function is assigned. The HELP
popup window will appear.
10.
To close the window, once again press the USER DEFINED key to which the Help
function is assigned.
■ Directly recalling the Help for a specific panel controller
5.
Press the button corresponding to the USER DEFINED key to which you want to
assign the Help function.
6.
In the FUNCTION column, choose “HELP” and press the OK button.
7.
When you have finished assigning functions to USER DEFINED keys, press the ×
symbol to close the USER DEFINED KEYS page.
8.
In the Function Access Area, press the SETUP button to close the SETUP screen.
9.
While holding down the USER DEFINED key to which you have assigned the Help
function, press (or rotate) the panel controller for which you want to recall Help.
Panel controllers (other than the faders) will not function as long as you continue holding down
the USER DEFINED key to which the Help function is assigned.
10.
If the corresponding controller has an explanation associated with it, the HELP
popup window will appear, and you will automatically scroll to the corresponding
item.
If there are multiple explanations for the same controller, you can repeat step 9 to successively
display these explanations.
11.
To close the window, once again press the USER DEFINED key to which the Help
function is assigned.
■ Directly recalling the Help for a specific controller in the LCD screen
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9.
While holding down the USER DEFINED key to which you have assigned the Help
function, press the on-screen controller for which you want to recall Help.
The on-screen buttons and tabs will not function as long as you continue holding down the USER
DEFINED key to which the Help function is assigned.
10.
If there is a corresponding Help item, the HELP popup window will appear and you
will automatically scroll to the corresponding item.
If there are multiple explanations for the same controller, close the HELP popup window and then
repeat step 9 to successively view these explanations.
11.
To close the window, once again press the USER DEFINED key to which the Help
function is assigned.
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3 COMMENT EDIT popup button
Other functions
Press this button to open the USER COMMENT EDIT popup window, in which you can enter
comments.
This chapter explains various functions of CL series consoles that are not covered in other chapters.
4 PASSWORD CHANGE popup button
Press this button to open the PASSWORD CHANGE popup window, in which you can change
the password.
About the SETUP screen
5 SAVE KEY popup button
The SETUP screen enables you to set various parameters that apply to the entire CL console. To access
the SETUP screen, press the SETUP button in the Function Access Area. The screen contains the
following items.
1
3
2 54
6
Enables you to save the user authentication key. Press this button to open the SAVE KEY popup
window. (see page 165)
7
■ STORAGE field
This field enables you to create, save, or load a user authentication key.
6 CREATE USER KEY popup button
Press this button to open the CREATE USER KEY popup window, in which you can create a new
user authentication key.
7 SAVE/LOAD popup button
8
A
Press this button to open the SAVE/LOAD popup window, in which you can save or load user
authentication keys and console files.
B
■ SYSTEM SETUP field
This field enables you to make various settings that globally apply to the CL console.
D
9
0
E
G
F
C
8 +48V MASTER button
Switches the console’s master +48V master phantom power on or off. If this button is off, phantom
power will not be supplied even if the +48V button of an OMNI jack input channel or
TALKBACK IN is on.
NOTE
This +48V MASTER setting does not affect the inputs of external racks such as DANTE inputs
(I/O devices). Each rack has a +48V MASTER switch, and will operate according to its setting.
H
I
9 WORD CLOCK/SLOT popup button
J
Press this button to open the WORD CLOCK/SLOT popup window, in which you can make word
clock settings and various settings for each slot.
■ CURRENT USER field
This field enables you to make various user-related settings.
0 CASCADE popup button
Press this button to open the CASCADE popup window, in which you can make patch settings
for cascade connections.
1 USER SETUP popup button
Press this button to open the USER SETUP popup window, in which you can make various
settings for each user.
A OUTPUT PORT popup button
Press this button to open the OUTPUT PORT popup window, in which you can make output port
settings.
2 CURRENT USER popup button
Press this button to open the LOG IN popup window, in which you can switch log-in users.
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■ CONTRAST/BRIGHTNESS field
This field enables you to set the LCD brightness and contrast.
B MIDI/GPI popup button
Press this button to open the MIDI/GPI popup window, in which you can make MIDI and GPIrelated settings.
H BANK A/BANK B buttons
C DANTE SETUP button
Select a bank to which you want to save the brightness and contrast settings. You can save two
different settings in bank A and B, and switch between them if desired.
Press this button to open the DANTE SETUP popup window. This window enables you to make
various audio network settings (console ID setting; SECONDARY PORT functionality setting;
audio bit rate; latency setting; selections for devices controlled via the I/O DEVICE screen).
I CONTRAST NAME knob
Adjusts the contrast of the channel name display.
■ BUS SETUP field
This field enables you to make bus-related settings.
J BRIGHTNESS NAME knob
Adjusts the brightness of the channel name display.
D BUS SETUP popup button
BRIGHTNESS CH COLOR knob
Adjusts the brightness balance of the channel color and the channel name display.
Press this button to open the BUS SETUP popup window, in which you can make MIX bus/
MATRIX bus-related settings.
BRIGHTNESS SCREEN knob
Adjusts the brightness of the display.
■ DATE/TIME popup button
Press this button to open the DATE/TIME popup window, in which you can set the date and time.
BRIGHTNESS PANEL knob
Adjusts the brightness of the panel LEDs.
■ NETWORK popup button
Press this button to open the NETWORK popup window, in which you can set the network address.
BRIGHTNESS LAMP knob
Adjusts the brightness of the lamp connected to the LAMP connector.
■ Indicator field
This field displays various information about the console’s status.
E BATTERY indicator
Indicates the status of the internal battery.
NOTE
The LOW or NO indication will appear if the battery runs down. In this case, immediately contact
your Yamaha dealer or a Yamaha service center listed at the end of the operating manual
(separate document) to have the backup battery replaced.
F POWER SUPPLY indicator
Indicates the currently-running power supply: INT (internal) or EXT (PW800).
G Version indicator
Indicates the version number of the main CPU, sub CPU, and DANTE module.
■ CONSOLE LOCK button
This button executes the Console Lock function. If the console password has been set, pressing this
button will open the AUTHORIZATION popup window. Enter the correct password to execute
Console Lock.
If the console password has not been set, pressing this button will execute the Console Lock
immediately.
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2.
Word clock and slot settings
“Word clock” refers to the clock that provides the basis of timing for digital audio signal processing. To
send and receive digital audio signals between devices, those devices must be synchronized to the same
word clock. If digital audio signals are transferred in an unsynchronized state, the data may not be
transmitted or received correctly, and noise may be present in the signal, even if the sampling rates are
the same.
Specifically, you must first decide which device will transmit the reference word clock for the entire
system (the word clock master), and then set the remaining devices (the word clock slaves) so that they
synchronize to the word clock master.
If you wish to use the CL series console as a word clock slave that is synchronized to the word clock
supplied from an external device, you must specify the appropriate clock source (the port through
which the word clock is obtained).
This section explains how to select the clock source that the CL series console will use.
1.
In the SYSTEM SETUP field at the center of the screen, press the WORD CLOCK/
SLOT SETUP button to open the WORD CLOCK/SLOT SETUP popup window.
This popup window contains the following items.
3
1
2
In the Function Access Area, press the SETUP button to access the SETUP screen.
■ MASTER CLOCK SELECT field
1 Master clock frequency display
Indicates the frequency (44.1 kHz or 48 kHz) of the currently-selected master clock. If the unit is
not synching to the master clock, “UNLOCK” will appear.
NOTE
If sample rate pull-up/down has been specified in the Dante
Controller application, this area indicates the change in the
sample rate as a percentage, such as –4.0%, –0.1%, +4.0%,
4.1667%, etc.
2 Master clock select buttons
Use the buttons to select the clock source that you want to use as the word clock master from the
following options:
• INT 48 k
• INT 44.1 k
The CL console internal clock (sampling rate 48 kHz or 44.1 kHz) will be the clock source.
• WORD CLOCK IN
The word clock supplied from the WORD CLOCK IN jack on the rear panel of the console will
be used as the clock source.
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■ SLOT SETUP field
This field enables you to make various settings related to the MY slots on the rear panel of the console.
• DANTE 48 k
• DANTE 44.1 k
The word clock supplied from the Dante jack on the rear panel of the console will be used as the
clock source.
3
2
4
1
• SLOT 1–3
The word clock supplied via a digital I/O card installed in a console slot will be used as the clock
source. Word clock can be selected in pairs for each slot.
1 Card name
3 Clock status display
Indicates the type of card installed in the slot. If nothing is installed, “----” will appear.
Indicates the status of synchronization with the master clock for each clock source. Each indicator
is explained below:
2 SRC buttons
The SRC (Sampling Rate Converter) function can be switched on or off for a slot in which an MY
card (MY8-AE96S) that features the SRC function is installed. If another type of card is installed,
or if no card is installed, no SRC button will appear.
• LOCK (light blue)
Indicates that a clock synchronized with the selected clock source is being input. If an external
device is connected to the corresponding connector or slot, input/output is occurring properly
between that device and the CL series console. If the sampling frequency is close, this status may
be displayed even if not synchronized.
3 FREQUENCY display
Indicates the sampling frequency of input signals if the installed card can detect the substatus of
input signals, such as an AES/EBU card. If another type of card is installed, or if no card is
installed, “----” will appear.
• LOCK, BUT NOT SYNC’ED (yellow)
A valid clock is being input, but is not synchronized with the selected clock source. If an external
device is connected to the corresponding connector, input/output cannot occur correctly between
that device and the CL series console.
4 EMPHASIS STATUS display
Indicates the emphasis information of input signals if the installed card can detect the substatus
of input signals, such as an AES/EBU card. If another type of card is installed, or if no card is
installed, “----” will appear.
• SRC ON (green)
This is a special status applied only to SLOT 1–3, indicating that the corresponding channel’s SRC
(Sampling Rate Converter) is enabled. This means that even if the signal is not synchronized,
normal input/output with the CL series console is occurring.
3.
In the MASTER CLOCK SELECT field, select a clock source.
• UNLOCK (red)
A valid clock is being input, but the CL series console is not synchronized to the selected clock.
If an external device is connected to the corresponding connector, it will be unable to
communicate properly with the CL console.
4.
To close the WORD CLOCK/SLOT popup window, press the “x” symbol located in
the upper right.
You will return to the SETUP screen.
• UNKNOWN (black)
This indicates that the clock status cannot be detected because no external device is connected or
because there is no valid clock input. You will be able to select this connector/slot, but successful
synchronization cannot occur until a valid connection is established.
If the indicator for the port selected as the clock source has turned light blue, and the clock
frequency appears in the upper left of the MASTER CLOCK SELECT field, this indicates that the
CL series console is operating correctly with the new clock.
5.
To close the SETUP screen, press the SETUP button in the Function Access Area.
NOTE
• If the indicator for the selected clock does not turn light blue, make sure that the external device
is correctly connected, and that the external device is set to transmit clock data.
• Noise may occur at the output jacks when the word clock setting is changed. To protect your
speaker system, be sure to turn down the power amp volume before changing the word clock
setting.
• If you attempt to select a channel (for which SRC is on) as the word clock source, a message will
appear, warning you that the sampling rate converter will be disabled.
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Using cascade connections
Operations on a cascade slave CL unit
Using multiple CL series consoles, or a CL console and an external mixing console (such as a Yamaha
PM5D) in a cascade connection enable buses to be shared among the devices. This can be convenient
if you want to use an external mixer to increase the number of inputs.
This section explains cascade connections and operation, using an example in which two CL units are
connected in a cascade configuration.
1.
In the Function Access Area, press the SETUP button to access the SETUP screen.
2.
In the SYSTEM SETUP field located in the center of the SETUP screen, press the
CASCADE button to open the CASCADE popup window.
This window enables you to select an I/O port used for cascade connections. The window consists
of two pages: The CASCADE IN PATCH page and the CASCADE OUT PATCH page. To switch
pages, press the corresponding tab at the bottom of the window.
3.
Press the CASCADE OUT PATCH tab to access the CASCADE OUT PATCH page.
In this screen you can select the slot and output port that will output each bus.
About cascade connections
To cascade two CL series consoles, you must first install digital I/O cards in the appropriate slots, and
connect the output ports of the sending unit (the cascade slave) to the input ports of the receiving unit
(the cascade master).
The following illustration shows an example in which three eight-channel digital I/O cards for each unit
are installed in the cascade slave CL unit and in the cascade master CL unit. The DIGITAL OUT jacks
of the sending unit are connected to the DIGITAL IN jacks of the receiving unit.
2
Audio signals of
unit A
Audio signals of
A+B
DIGITAL
OUT
DIGITAL
IN
CL A
CL B
(Cascade slave)
(Cascade master)
3
1
Digital I/O card
In this example, up to twenty four buses chosen from MIX bus 1–24, MATRIX bus 1–8, STEREO bus
(L/R), MONO (C) bus, and CUE bus (L/R) can be shared, and the mixed signals transmitted from the
cascade master CL unit. (If you use three 16-ch digital I/O cards, all buses can be shared among the
devices.)
You must specify bus assignments for each or channel on each CL unit. Separate procedures are
outlined below for the cascade slave and the cascade master.
1 Port select popup buttons (CASCADE OUT PATCH section)
Enable you to select the output port for cascade connections for each of MIX 1–24, MATRIX 1–
8, STEREO L/R, MONO, and CUE L/R buses. Press the button to open the PORT SELECT popup
window, in which you can select a port.
NOTE
• If you are making a cascade connection between the CL unit and the PM5D, you can use the CL
unit as the cascade slave by setting the PM5D’s CASCADE IN PORT SELECT to a slot. However,
only the audio signals will be cascaded, and the control signals cannot be linked.
• You can also use an AD/DA card to make cascade connections with an analog mixer.
• There is no limit to the number of units that can be cascade-connected, but the signal delay at
the cascade slave will increase in accordance with the number of units from the cascade master.
2 CASCADE LINK MODE buttons
Specify whether only cue operations will be linked, or all linkable operations including scene
store/recall operations will also be linked when CL series consoles are cascade-connected.
3 CASCADE COMM PORT buttons
Specify the communication port used for transmitting and receiving link information when
operations such as cue and scene store/recall are linked between cascade-connected CL series
consoles.
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4.
7.
Press the port select popup button for the bus for which you want to assign the
port.
The PORT SELECT popup window will appear.
If you want to use the Cascade Link function to link parameters and events
between two CL consoles, proceed as follows.
7–1. Use the CASCADE COMM PORT field to select the port that will transmit and
receive control signals for cascade link.
You can choose from the following items.
• NONE .......... No link operation
• MIDI............ Use MIDI port
• SLOT1 ......... Use SLOT1
NOTE
2
Control signals for cascade link and MIDI messages cannot share the same port. If you select a
port that is already specified for transmission/reception of MIDI messages, a dialog box will ask
whether it is OK to cancel the existing settings.
1
7–2. Use the CASCADE LINK MODE buttons to select the item that you want to link.
You can choose from the following items.
• OFF
No link operation
• CUE
The following cue-related parameters and events will be linked.
• Cue enable/disable
• Cue mode (MIX CUE or LAST CUE)
• Cue point settings for input channels and output channels
This popup window contains the following items.
1 Category select list
Selects the port (slot 1–3) that will be shown on the screen.
2 Port select buttons
• ALL
All linkable parameters and events (including cue-related parameters) will be linked.
• Cue-related parameters and events (see above)
• Scene recall operations
• Scene store operations
• DIMMER (MONITOR screen) operations
• Panel LED and display brightness (SETUP screen) operations
• Master mute group operations
Within the specified slot, these buttons select the ports that will be patched.
5.
Use the category select list and port select buttons to select the desired slot and
output ports, and then press the CLOSE button.
The port will be assigned to the selected bus.
6.
Repeat steps 4 and 5 to assign ports to other buses.
NOTE
You cannot assign two or more buses to the same output port. If you select a port to which a
signal route has already been assigned, the previous assignment will be canceled.
8.
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Operations on the cascade master CL unit
Basic settings for MIX buses and MATRIX buses
1.
In the Function Access Area, press the SETUP button to access the SETUP screen.
2.
In the SYSTEM SETUP field located in the center of the SETUP screen, press the
CASCADE button to open the CASCADE popup window.
This section explains how to change the basic settings for MIX buses and MATRIX buses, such as
switching between stereo and monaural, and selecting the send point from which the signal of an input
channel will be sent.
The settings you make in the following procedure will be saved as part of the scene.
3.
Press the CASCADE IN PATCH tab to access the CASCADE IN PATCH page.
1.
In the Function Access Area, press the SETUP button to access the SETUP screen.
4.
Press the port select popup button for the bus to which you want to assign a port.
The PORT SELECT popup window will appear.
2.
5.
Use the category select list and port select buttons to select the desired slot and
input ports, and then press the CLOSE button.
The port will be assigned to the selected bus.
In the center right of the SETUP screen, press the BUS SETUP button to open the
BUS SETUP popup window.
In the BUS SETUP popup window you can make various settings for MIX buses and MATRIX
buses.
6.
Repeat steps 4 and 5 to assign ports to other buses.
If desired, you can assign two or more buses to the same input port.
7.
If you want to link specific parameters or events between two CL series consoles,
proceed as follows.
1
2
4
1
3
4
7–1. Use the CASCADE COMM PORT field to select the port that will transmit and
receive control signals for cascade link.
The items you can select are the same as in the CASCADE OUT PATCH popup window
(see page 200).
NOTE
Control signals for the cascade link and MIDI messages cannot share the same port. If you select
a port that is already specified for transmission/reception of MIDI messages, a dialog box will ask
whether it is OK to cancel the existing settings.
MIX 1–16 page
7–2. Use the CASCADE LINK MODE buttons to select the item that you want to link.
The items you can select are the same as in the CASCADE OUT PATCH popup window
(see page 200).
8.
MIX BUS 17–24/MATRIX BUS page
1 SIGNAL TYPE switch buttons
Select how signals are processed for every adjacent pair of buses. Select either STEREO (stereo
signal) or MONOx2 (monaural signal x 2).
To close the CASCADE popup window, press the CLOSE button.
In this state, the bus signals of the cascade slave will be sent via the slot to the buses of the cascade
master, and the combined signals of both buses will be output from the cascade master. If the
Cascade Link function is enabled, the specified operations or parameter changes performed on
either CL series console will be followed by the other CL console.
2 Bus type/send point select buttons (MIX bus only)
For every adjacent pair of buses, you can select the bus type and (for vari-type) the send point.
These buttons correspond to the following parameters.
Button
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Bus type
Pre-fader send point
VARI [PRE EQ]
VARI
Immediately before the EQ
VARI [PRE FADER]
VARI
Immediately before the fader
FIXED
FIXED
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3 Send point select buttons (MATRIX bus only)
Switching the entire phantom power supply on/
off
Select the pre-fader send point from the input channel. These buttons correspond to the following
parameters.
Button
Pre-fader send point
PRE EQ
Immediately before the EQ
PRE FADER
Immediately before the fader
1.
In the function access area, press the SETUP button to access the SETUP screen.
2.
In the center of the SETUP screen, press the +48V MASTER field’s ON button or OFF
button.
If this button is off, phantom power will not be supplied even if the +48V button of an OMNI jack
input channel or TALKBACK IN is on.
4 PAN LINK button
This button appears only if two adjacent buses are paired in stereo and the bus type is set to VARI.
If the button is on, the pan setting of signals sent from input channels to the corresponding two
buses will link with the STEREO bus pan setting.
3.
Use the MIX1-16 tab and MIX17-24/MATRIX tab to access the buses whose settings
you want to edit.
4.
Use the buttons in the SIGNAL TYPE field to specify whether each bus will function
as STEREO (main parameters will be linked for two adjacent odd-numbered/evennumbered buses) or MONOx2 (use as two monaural channels).
5.
Use the buttons of the PRE FADER SEND POINT/BUS TYPE field to select the
position from which the signal of the input channel will be sent.
In the case of a MIX bus, you can use this field to switch the type of bus (VARI or FIXED).
6.
As desired, turn the buttons in the PAN LINK field on or off.
In the PAN LINK field, you can specify whether the panning of the signal routed from an input
channel to the stereo bus will be linked with operation of the INPUT TO ST PAN knob (if the
input channel’s SIGNAL TYPE is set to STEREO and BUS TYPE is set to VARI).
• If the PAN LINK button is on:
If the send-destination bus is stereo, the PAN knob that appears in the location of the SEND
LEVEL knob on the screens for input channels will be linked with the INPUT TO ST PAN knob.
NOTE
• If the PAN LINK button is off:
The PAN knob that appears in the location of the SEND LEVEL knob of input channels in various
screens is not linked with INPUT TO ST PAN; it can be operated independently.
This +48V MASTER setting does not affect the inputs of external racks such as DANTE inputs
(I/O devices). Each rack has a +48V MASTER switch, and will operate according to its setting.
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Specifying the brightness of the touch screen,
LEDs, channel name displays, and lamps
Setting the date and time of the internal clock
This section explains how to set the date and time of the CL console’s internal clock, and how to select
the date and time display format.
The date and time you specify here will affect the time stamp used when saving a scene.
Follow the steps below to specify the brightness of the touch screen, top panel LEDs, channel name
displays, and lamps connected to the rear panel LAMP connectors.
1.
2.
In the Function Access Area, press the SETUP button to access the SETUP screen.
3.
Use the multifunction knobs to set the following parameters.
In the field located in the right of the bottom row of the SETUP screen, press the
BANK A or BANK B button.
You can save two different brightness settings in bank A and B, and switch between them rapidly
if desired.
1.
In the Function Access Area, press the SETUP button to access the SETUP screen.
2.
In the center of the SETUP screen, press the DATE/TIME button to access the DATE/
TIME popup window.
This popup window includes the following items.
CONTRAST field
• NAME .........................Adjusts the contrast of the characters in the channel name displays on
the top panel.
1) DATE
Specifies the date of the internal clock.
2) TIME
Specifies the time of the internal clock.
BRIGHTNESS field
• NAME .........................Adjusts the brightness of the channel name displays on the top panel.
This will also change the CH COLOR brightness. If you want to adjust
the CH COLOR brightness after setting the name display brightness, use
the CH COLOR knob.
• CH COLOR................Adjusts the brightness of the channel colors on the top panel. This lets
you apply a relative adjustment to only the channel color brightness
without changing the channel name display brightness.
• SCREEN......................Adjusts the brightness of the touch screen. If the brightness is set to lower
than level 2, the CL will start up next time with a brightness setting of 2
so that you will be able to see the screen.
• PANEL ........................Adjusts the brightness of the top panel LEDs. If the optional MBCL
meter bridge is installed on the CL3/CL1, this knob setting will also
affect the LEDs on the meter bridge.
NOTE
3) FORMAT
Specifies the format in which the time of the internal clock is displayed.
3.
• Date
MM/DD/YYYY (Month/Day/Year)
DD/MM/YYYY (Day/Month/Year)
YYYY/MM/DD (Year/Month/Day)
• Time
24-Hour (hours shown in the range of 0–23)
12-Hour (hours shown from 0am–11am, and 0pm– 11pm)
If the AD8HR is connected, the brightness of the AD8HR’s LEDs will also change.
• LAMP ..........................Adjusts the brightness of the lamps connected to the rear panel LAMP
jacks.
4.
In the FORMAT field, press the MODE buttons several times to select the desired
format for date and time display.
You can select from the following display formats.
If desired, switch between banks A and B and make settings for the other bank in
the same way.
Now you can switch between the BANK A and BANK B buttons to change the brightness of the
touch screen, LCD, channel name displays, and lamps in a single operation. You can also assign
this parameter to a USER DEFINED key, and press that key to switch between banks A and B.
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Use multifunction knobs 1–6 on the top panel to specify the current date and time.
5.
When you have finished making settings, press the OK button.
The date, time, and display format you specified will be finalized, and the popup window will
close. If you press the CANCEL button or the “x” symbol instead of the OK button, your changes
will be discarded and the popup window will close.
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Setting the network address
This section explains how to set the network address that will be required when you use the
NETWORK connector on the CL series console to connect it to a computer.
NOTE
Only the Administrator can change network settings.
1.
In the Function Access Area, press the SETUP button to access the SETUP screen.
2.
In the center of the SETUP screen, press the NETWORK button to access the
NETWORK popup window.
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Press the on-screen knob or the multifunction knobs on the top panel to specify
the address.
If you plan to connect the CL series console to your computer in a one-to-one connection, we
recommend that you use the following default values. Make sure that the IP address and Gateway
address do not match the addresses of any other device on the network.
IP address:
192.168.0.128 or similar
Gateway address: 192.168.0.1 or similar
Subnet mask:
255.255.255.0 or similar
For details on settings related to connecting to a LAN, refer to the CL Editor Installation Guide.
4.
When you have finished making settings, press the OK button.
If you changed the setting, a confirmation dialog box will appear.
5.
To make the setting, press the OK button.
The changes will be finalized, and the popup screen will close. If you decide to cancel the change,
press the CANCEL button instead of the OK button.
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1 IP ADDRESS
Specifies an address that identifies an individual device on the Internet or LAN network.
NOTE
In order for the change to take effect, you must power-off the CL series console and then turn it
on again.
2 GATEWAY ADDRESS
Specifies an address that identifies a device (gateway) that converts data between different media
or protocols to allow communication within the network.
6.
Restart the CL series console.
3 SUBNET MASK
Within the IP address used in the network, this defines the bits that are used for the network
address that distinguishes the network.
4 MAC ADDRESS
Indicates the MAC (Machine Access Control) address, which identifies a host in a network. This
address is for display only, and cannot be edited.
NOTE
The NETWORK connector on the CL series console transmits data via either 100BASE-TX
(transmission speed: maximum 100 Mbps) or 10BASE-T (transmission speed: max 10 Mbps).
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Initializing the unit to factory default settings
If an error occurs in the CL console internal memory, or if you forget the password and cannot operate
the unit, you can use the following procedure to initialize the internal memory.
3.
A dialog box will ask you to confirm the initialization. Press the INITIALIZE button.
A dialog box will ask you to reconfirm the operation.
4.
Press the OK button in the confirmation dialog box.
The Initialization operation starts.
NOTICE
The entire memory will be deleted if you initialize the internal memory!
NOTE
Do not press any buttons until initialization is complete.
Proceed with the following operation only if you are very sure you want to delete the entire memory.
1.
5.
While holding down the SCENE MEMORY [STORE] key on the panel, turn on the
power to the CL unit.
After the opening screen, the following startup menu screen will appear.
A message indicates that the initialization process is complete. Press the EXIT
button.
The CL unit will start up in normal operating mode.
NOTE
Alternatively, you can continue operation by selecting a different menu instead of pressing the
EXIT button.
2.
Press one of the following buttons, depending on the type of initialization you
want to perform.
• INITIALIZE ALL MEMORIES
The entire memory, including scene memories and libraries, will be returned to factory default
settings.
• INITIALIZE CURRENT MEMORIES
The contents of memory — except for scene memories and libraries — will be returned to its
factory default settings.
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Adjusting the detection point of the touch screen
(Calibration function)
Press the TOUCH SCREEN CALIBRATION button.
The TOUCH SCREEN CALIBRATION MODE screen will appear, allowing you to calibrate the
touch screen.
Follow the steps below to correctly align the positions of the LCD display and the touch screen.
1.
While holding down the SCENE MEMORY [STORE] key on the panel, turn on the
power to the CL unit.
After the opening screen, the following startup menu screen will appear.
NOTE
If you are unable to access the calibration screen by pressing the TOUCH SCREEN
CALIBRATION button, you can use the SCENE MEMORY [INC]/[DEC ] keys to select TOUCH
SCREEN CALIBRATION, and then press the [STORE] key to start.
3.
Press the START button.
A confirmation dialog box will appear.
4.
Press the OK button in the dialog box.
5.
A cross-shaped cursor will appear in the screen a total of three times. Press each
location at which it appears.
NOTE
To set the detection points accurately, press the cross-shaped cursor from the position and
posture in which you normally operate the unit.
6.
Press the EXIT button.
The CL unit will start up in normal operating mode.
NOTE
Alternatively, you can continue operation by selecting a different menu instead of pressing the
EXIT button.
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Adjusting the faders (Calibration function)
2.
Press the FADER CALIBRATION button.
The FADER CALIBRATION MODE screen will appear, enabling you to adjust the faders.
The specified faders in the channel strip section, Centralogic section, and Master section will be
semi-automatically calibrated. This window will also appear if a problem is detected in the fader
settings while the CL is starting up.
3.
Press a [SEL] key to specify the faders that you want to calibrate.
Faders for which a problem was detected at start-up will already be selected.
4.
Press the START button.
A confirmation dialog box will appear.
5.
Press the OK button in the dialog box.
6.
Each of the specified faders will move to the target positions in the following
sequence. Manually adjust the faders to the correct positions.
1 –∞ dB (all the way down)
2 –20 dB
3 0 dB
4 +10 dB (all the way up)
7.
After you adjust the fader position, press the [NEXT] button.
The process will proceed to the next fader position.
Depending on the environment in which you use the CL series console, discrepancies may occur in the
motion of the motor faders. You can use the Calibration function to correct these discrepancies.
NOTE
For information about adjusting the input gain or the detection point of the touch screen, refer to
the appropriate sections in this chapter.
1.
While holding down the SCENE MEMORY [STORE] key on the panel, turn on the
power to the CL unit.
After the opening screen, the following startup menu screen will appear.
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Repeat steps 6–7 to adjust the faders for positions 1 through 4.
After the positions are corrected, automatic motorized calibration will start.
Fine-tuning the input and output gain (Calibration
function)
9.
When calibration is complete and if the RESTART button has not appeared, press
the APPLY button.
The calibration settings will be saved in internal memory. If the RESTART button appears,
calibration has failed. Press the RESTART button to execute calibration once again.
If necessary, you can make fine adjustments to the input and output gain.
10.
1.
While holding down the SCENE MEMORY [STORE] key on the panel, turn on the
power to the CL unit.
After the opening screen, the following startup menu screen will appear.
2.
In the MODE SELECT field, select the item you want to adjust, and then press the
button.
The corresponding setting screen will appear.
You can make the following three gain adjustments for analog input and output.
Press the EXIT button.
The CL unit will start up in normal operating mode.
NOTE
Alternatively, you can continue operation by selecting a different menu instead of pressing the
EXIT button.
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• INPUT PORT TRIM (Fine adjustment of the analog input gain)
Access the INPUT PORT TRIM window, and make fine adjustments to the gain of the specified
analog input port in 0.1 dB steps.
• SLOT OUTPUT TRIM (Fine adjustment of the slot output port gain)
Access the SLOT OUTPUT TRIM window, and make fine adjustments to the gain of the output
ports of the specified slot in 0.01 dB steps.
• OUTPUT PORT TRIM (Fine adjustment of the output port gain)
Access the OUTPUT PORT TRIM window, and make fine adjustments to the gain of the specified
analog output port in 0.01 dB steps.
3.
Press an on-screen knob to select it, and then use the corresponding multifunction
knob to adjust the value.
If you press the RESET ALL button provided in each screen, all settings in the screen will be reset
to 0 dB.
The factory settings are also 0 dB.
4.
Press the EXIT button.
The CL unit will start up in normal operating mode.
NOTE
Alternatively, you can continue operation by selecting a different menu instead of pressing the
EXIT button.
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Adjusting the channel color (Calibration function)
If necessary, you can adjust the channel color.
1.
Press the CHANNEL COLOR CALIBRATION button.
The CHANNEL COLOR CALIBRATION MODE screen will appear, allowing you to adjust the
channel color.
While holding down the SCENE MEMORY [STORE] key on the panel, turn on the
power to the CL unit.
After the welcome screen, the following startup menu screen will appear.
NOTE
In the case of the CL3/CL1, channels that do not exist on those models will not be shown.
3.
Press a [SEL] key on the top panel to select the indicator for which you want to
adjust the color.
NOTE
Only one can be selected. Multiple selections are not possible.
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Press one of the color buttons on screen to select the desired color.
All channel color indicators turn the selected color. The currently-selected color button on screen
will be surrounded by a white frame.
5.
While comparing the color of the selected channel’s indicator with the color of the
other channel indicators (for which the [SEL] keys are turned off), use the three
right-most multifunction knobs to adjust the color.
The RGB values in the RGB ADJUSTMENT field change accordingly.
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Adjusting the brightness of the channel name
display
When you have finished adjusting the color, press the APPLY button located on the
right of the window to confirm the change.
If necessary, you can adjust the brightness of the channel name display.
NOTE
1.
While holding down the SCENE MEMORY [STORE] key of the panel, turn on the
power.
After the welcome screen, the following startup menu screen will appear.
2.
Press the CHANNEL COLOR CALIBRATION button.
The CHANNEL COLOR CALIBRATION MODE screen will appear, allowing you to adjust the
channel color.
3.
Press the [CUE] key or [ON] key of the channel whose brightness you want to
adjust.
Pressing the [CUE] key will increase the brightness, and pressing the [ON] key will decrease the
brightness.
4.
When you have finished adjusting the brightness, press the APPLY button located
in the right of the screen to confirm the change.
5.
Press the EXIT button.
The CL will start up in normal operating mode.
The APPLY button appears only if you change the RGB values.
7.
8.
To reset all channel color indicators to the factory default setting, press the RESET
ALL button.
Press the EXIT button.
The CL unit will start up in normal operating mode.
NOTE
Alternatively, you can continue operation by selecting a different menu instead of pressing the
EXIT button.
NOTE
Alternatively, you can continue operation by selecting a different menu instead of pressing the
EXIT button.
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Adjusting the contrast of the channel name
display
Dante audio network settings
You will use the CL series console to make Dante audio network settings for the console itself and the
I/O devices connected to the Dante connector of the CL series console. This section explains how to
make Dante audio network settings.
If necessary, you can adjust the contrast of the channel name display.
1.
While holding down the SCENE MEMORY [STORE] key of the panel, turn on the
power.
After the welcome screen, the following startup menu screen will appear.
2.
Press the CHANNEL COLOR CALIBRATION button.
The CHANNEL COLOR CALIBRATION MODE screen will appear, allowing you to adjust the
channel color.
3.
Hold down a [SEL] key on the panel, and turn multi-function knob 1 in the
Centralogic section.
Turning the knob toward the left will lighten the contrast of all channels; turning it toward the
right will darken the contrast of all channels.
4.
If you want to adjust a channel whose contrast differs from that of the other
channels, hold down the [SEL] key of the desired channel and press its [CUE] key
or [ON] key.
Pressing the [CUE] key will darken the contrast, and pressing the [ON] key will lighten the
contrast.
5.
When you have finished adjusting the contrast, press the APPLY button located in
the right of the screen to confirm the change.
Setting up a Dante audio network
NOTE
The APPLY button appears only if you change the setting.
6.
1.
In the function access area, press the SETUP button to access the SETUP screen.
2.
In the DANTE field at the center of the screen, press the DANTE SETUP button to
open the DANTE SETUP popup window.
Press the EXIT button.
The CL will start up in normal operating mode.
NOTE
Alternatively, you can continue operation by selecting a different menu instead of pressing the
EXIT button.
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5 BIT select buttons
In the upper part of the DANTE SETUP popup screen, press the SETUP tab to access
the SETUP field.
Enable you to set the audio bit depth to 24-bit or 32-bit.
NOTE
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24bit: Use this when transmitting and receiving data to or from an Rio unit. When using a CL
series system, you will normally use this setting.
32bit: This is effective when transmitting and receiving 25-bit or larger data (when using cascade
or gain compensation), but the amount of data being transmitted will increase 20–30% compared
to 24-bit.
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6 LATENCY select buttons
3
Enable you to set the Dante audio network latency to 0.25 ms, 0.5 ms, 1.0 ms, or 5.0 ms.
The latency setting varies depending on the network connection method and size. For details,
refer to “Setting the Dante audio network latency” on page 215.
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7 DANTE PATCH BY select buttons
Use these select buttons when using Dante Controller to make Dante patch settings.
If the THIS CONSOLE button is selected, the DANTE INPUT PATCH and DANTE OUTPUT
PATCH settings can be edited from the CL series console.
If the DANTE CONTROLLER button is selected, it will not be possible to edit the Dante patch
settings.
You can operate these buttons regardless of the state of the DANTE PATCH BY select buttons on
other CL series consoles on the network.
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NOTE
This screen contains the following items.
• Settings that are shared with the I/O device (BIT/LATENCY/W.CLOCK) will reflect the settings of
the CL series console whose CONSOLE ID is set to #1.
• If the DANTE CONTROLLER button is selected in the DANTE PATCH BY section, and you
attempt to edit the Dante patching or related settings, the message “This Operation is Not
Allowed” will appear at the bottom of the screen.
1 CONSOLE ID select buttons
Set the IDs for the CL series consoles.
If five or more CL units are connected to a network, and you plan not to assign IDs to some of the
units, press the OFF button of each of those units to turn off the ID.
2 SECONDARY PORT select buttons
Specify how the Dante audio network is configured.
3 CANCEL button
When editing the CONSOLE ID or SECONDARY PORT settings, you can press this button to
cancel the changes you made.
4 APPLY button
After changing the CONSOLE ID or SECONDARY PORT settings, press this button to apply the
changes you made.
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Switching the CONSOLE ID and SECONDARY PORT
1. In the SETUP field, select the CONSOLE ID and the SECONDARY PORT.
Setting the Dante audio network latency
An appropriate latency setting for signals sent and received via a Dante audio network varies depending on
the network connection method and size. This section explains how to set an appropriate latency setting
depending on the connection method of Dante-enabled devices that are connected to the CL series console.
The button you switched is shown in red.
■ Relationship between the switches and the number of hops
An appropriate latency setting on a Dante audio network varies depending on the number of hops in
the network.
One hop is the step from one router (switch) to the next. You count the number of hops starting from
the master device to the most distant device (assuming that all devices are connected in series).
Switches mean network switches and routers, as well as the switches that are built into CL series
consoles and I/O devices.
Set the latency value based on the number of hops. The following table shows typical latency settings
based on the number of hops.
Number of hops
Latency (ms)
Up to 3
0.25
Up to 5
0.5
Up to 10
1.0
11 or more (or if a problem occurs)
5.0
NOTE
2.
• Depending on network conditions, you may need to raise the latency value even if the number of
hops is small.
• If a problem occurs, select 5.0 ms so that you will be able to identify whether the latency setting
is the cause of the problem.
Press the APPLY button.
A popup window will appear, asking you to confirm the change to the CONSOLE ID and
SECONDARY PORT.
■ Connection examples and latency settings
Daisy chain connections
Simple 64-in/48-out
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To execute the change, press the OK button.
The network audio module will be rebooted in order to change the settings.
When the Dante audio network settings have been applied, the button you selected will return to
its original appearance.
NOTE
• If you change the SECONDARY PORT, you must also change the method of connection between
the CL series console and the I/O devices. For example if the connections used for the REDUNDANT
setting are left as they are when you change the setting to DAISY CHAIN, it will become impossible
to send and receive audio. Be sure to disconnect the cables before you change the setting.
• The CONSOLE ID and SECONDARY PORT settings will not be changed even if you initialize the
CL series console.
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FOH and monitor consoles are sharing 64-in/48-out.
Redundant connections
FOH and monitor consoles are sharing 64-in/48-out.
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4 hops = 0.5 ms
4 hops = 0.5 ms
3 hops = 0.25 ms
Redundant connections
Simple 64-in/48-out
Daisy chain connections
256-ch HA remote (maximum size)
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Mounting an I/O device on the Dante audio network
Redundant connections
Two consoles are sharing 256-ch HA remote (maximum size)
Here’s how to select which of the multiple I/O devices on the Dante audio network will be mounted so
that they can be used. Up to 24 units can be mounted for one CL series console.
1.
In the lower part of the DANTE SETUP popup screen, press the DEVICE MOUNT tab
to access the DEVICE MOUNT field.
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2
5 hops = 0.5 ms
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This screen contains the following items.
1 CLEAR ALL button
Clears all I/O devices in the list to an unmounted state.
2 REFRESH button
Updates the displayed list of I/O devices on the Dante audio network.
3 I/O device select buttons
Press one of the buttons to open the DEVICE SELECT popup window.
The upper line of the button shows the device label.
The lower line of the button shows the model name and the number of inputs and outputs.
If no device has been mounted, the upper row will indicate “---” and the lower row will show
nothing.
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■ When the setup method select button is DEVICE LIST
To mount by choosing from a list of the I/O devices on the Dante audio network, press the DEVICE
LIST button to display the DEVICE LIST field.
Press an I/O device select button to access the DEVICE SELECT popup window.
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1 Setup method selection buttons
Choose one of the following methods for mounting the I/O device.
• NO ASSIGN............................... Not mounted
• DEVICE LIST............................ Select and mount from the device list
• SUPPORTED DEVICE............ Select and mount a supported device
• DVS ............................................. Enter a device label and mount (only for DVS)
• MANUAL ................................... Enter a device label and mount
This screen contains the following items.
1 DEVICE LIST
Shows a list of the I/O devices on the Dante audio network.
From the list, choose the I/O device that you want to mount.
2 DEVICE LIST select knob
Use the multi-function knob to select the I/O device that you want to mount.
3 INPUT/OUTPUT knobs
Use the multi-function knobs to specify the number of inputs and outputs on the Dante audio
network. If the selected I/O device is supported by the CL series, the number of inputs and outputs
will be entered automatically.
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■ When the setup method select button is SUPPORTED DEVICE
If you want to select and mount an I/O device that is supported by the CL series, press the SUPPORTED
DEVICE button to see the SUPPORTED DEVICE field. These settings can be made even when not
connected to a Dante audio network.
NOTE
• If there is one I/O device, set the I/O device’s UNIT ID to “1”.
• If multiple devices are connected, assign the ID numbers so that there is no conflict between
devices.
• For devices other than the Rio series, it is possible for devices of differing models to be assigned
to the same ID as an Rio series unit or the same ID as a different model of device. However since
the I/O device input/output port screen shows the UNIT ID, this will make it difficult to distinguish
between the units, so we recommend that whenever possible, you avoid allowing the ID numbers
to overlap.
• If you have a device whose UNIT ID or device label cannot be changed from its panel or its edit
screen etc. (such as the Dante-MY16-AUD card or DANTE-ACCEL), and you want to use that
device as a SUPPORTED DEVICE, you must change its device label via Dante Controller.
• The Dante-MY16-AUD and DANTE-ACCEL will be recognized as a SUPPORTED DEVICE if you
assign the device label as follows.
Dante-MY16-AUD: Y###-Audinate-DANTE-MY16******
DANTE-ACCEL: Y###-Yamaha-DANTE-ACCEL*******
# is a three-digit hexadecimal number containing the digits 0–9 and uppercase A–F (000–
FFF)
* indicates any desired character (alphabetical uppercase or lowercase, numerals, or (hyphen) may be used)
• If you are controlling the CL console from an Rio series unit, we recommend that you set the Rio
unit’s START UP MODE to “REFRESH.”
Operation will be safer with the “REFRESH” setting, since mute will be cleared after
synchronization has been completed with CL units whose system setting for REMOTE HA
ASSIGN is set to “WITH RECALL.”
With the “RESUME” setting, mute will be cleared and the unit will start operating with the settings
that were backed up by the Rio series unit itself, which could allow unexpected audio to be output.
• A single CL console can control the HA of up to eight Rio series units.
If nine or more Rio series units are connected, you can either divide the HA control between
multiple CL consoles, or you can omit specifying REMOTE HA ASSIGN for the Rio series units
whose HA does not need to be controlled, and use them with START UP MODE set to
“RESUME.”
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This screen contains the following items.
1 DEVICE TYPE
This area shows a list of the I/O device types that are supported by the CL series.
From the list, choose the type of I/O device that you want to mount.
2 DEVICE TYPE select knob
Use the multi-function knob to select the type of I/O device that you want to mount.
3 I/O device indication
This area shows the selected I/O device.
The upper line shows the front panel of the I/O device.
The lower line shows the model name and the number of inputs and outputs.
4 UNIT ID knob
Use the multifunction knobs to specify the UNIT ID.
The indicator shows the UNIT ID.
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■ When setup method selection button = DVS
REMOTE HA settings
■ When setup method selection button = MANUAL
If you want to enter the device label of an I/O device and mount it, press the DVS or MANUAL button
to access the DVS/MANUAL field.
Here’s how to select which of the multiple HA devices on the Dante audio network will be mounted so
that they can be used. Up to 8 units can be mounted for one CL series console.
1.
In the lower part of the DANTE SETUP popup screen, press the REMOTE HA tab to
access the REMOTE HA field.
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1
3
This screen contains the following items.
1 DEVICE LABEL
Displays the device label of the I/O device which you entered from the keyboard.
This screen contains the following items.
2 INPUT/OUTPUT knobs
1 CLEAR ALL button
Use the multi-function knobs to specify the number of inputs and outputs on the Dante audio
network.
Clears all HA devices in the list to an unmounted state.
2 REFRESH button
3 Device label entry keyboard
Updates the displayed list of HA devices on the Dante audio network.
Use this keyboard to enter the device label of the I/O device.
3 HA device select buttons
NOTE
Press one of these buttons to open the REMOTE HA SELECT popup window.
The upper line of the button shows the device label.
The lower line of the button shows the product name and the number of inputs and outputs.
If no device has been mounted, the upper row will indicate “---” and the lower row will show
nothing.
• If the I/O device is a DVS, mount it by pressing the DVS button.
• If the device label you entered is detected automatically, the INPUT/OUTPUT knob settings will
be ignored, and the rated number of inputs and outputs will be specified.
3.
After you’ve selected the I/O device to mount, press the OK button to close the
DEVICE SELECT popup window.
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2.
Using GPI (General Purpose Interface)
Press a HA device select button to access the REMOTE HA SELECT popup window.
The rear panel GPI (General Purpose Interface) connector can be used as an input/output connector.
This connector provides five GPI IN ports and five GPI OUT ports. For example you can use an
external switch to control internal parameters of the CL series console or to switch scenes. Conversely,
operations or scene changes performed on the CL series console can send control signals to an external
device.
For details on how to send control signals to an external device when you switch scenes, refer to
“Outputting a control signal to an external device in tandem with scene recall (GPI OUT)” on page 93.
1
2
Using GPI IN
You can use the GPI IN ports of the GPI connector to control the parameters of the CL series console
from an external device. For example, you could use an external switch to turn the CL series console’s
Talkback on/off, operate the Tap Tempo function, or switch scenes.
3
1.
Connect an external device to the CL series console’s GPI connector.
2.
In the function access area, press the SETUP button to access the SETUP screen.
This screen contains the following items.
1 DEVICE LIST
Shows a list of the HA devices on the Dante audio network.
2 with RECALL button
If this button is on, the settings saved in the CL series console will be applied to the HA device
when the CL series console starts up and when a scene is recalled.
3 DEVICE LIST select knob
Use the multi-function knob to select the HA device that you want to mount.
NOTE
• Do not specify “with RECALL” if an HA device is shared by multiple CL series consoles and
settings have already been made on a different CL series console.
• The HA device can also be operated from a CL series console that is not set to “with RECALL.”
3.
After you’ve selected the HA device to mount, press the OK button to close the
REMOTE HA SELECT popup window.
If you’ve changed the setting by pressing the “with RECALL” button, a confirmation dialog box
will appear.
To make the setting, press the OK button.
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3.
4.
Press the MIDI/GPI button.
The MIDI SETUP screen will appear.
Press the GPI tab.
The GPI page will appear.
3
1
2
1 GPI IN status indicator
This indicates the status of the voltage being input to the GPI IN port.
2 POLARITY MODE select button
This button selects the polarity of the GPI IN port.
............ (Low active) When operating an on/off-type parameter, it will become active
when the switch is grounded.
............ (High active) When operating an on/off-type parameter, it will become active
when the switch is opened or when a high-level voltage is input.
3 GPI IN SETUP popup button
Press this button to open the GPI IN SETUP popup window.
The button shows the name of the currently selected function or parameter.
5.
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Specify the POLARITY MODE for each port.
For each port, select either low-active or high-active as appropriate for the specifications of the
external device you’re using.
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6.
Using GPI OUT
To assign the function or parameter that you want to control, press the GPI IN
SETUP popup button.
The GPI IN SETUP popup window will appear.
The GPI OUT ports of the GPI OUT connector allow you to control an external device by performing
operations on the CL series console.
1.
Connect an external device to the CL series console’s GPI connector.
2.
In the function access area, press the SETUP button to access the SETUP screen.
3.
Press the MIDI/GPI button.
The MIDI/GPI screen will appear.
4.
Press the GPI tab.
The GPI page will appear.
3
4
1
2
NOTE
The items that can be selected are the same as for the USER DEFINED keys.
7.
In each field, select the desired function or parameter.
NOTE
• With latched operation, the function will switch between active and inactive each time a trigger is
input from the external switch. In this case, we recommend that you use a non-locking type of
external switch.
• With unlatched operation, the function will be active only while the signal from the external switch
is at the high level or low level. In this case, you may use either a non-locking or a locking type
of external switch as appropriate for your needs.
8.
When you have finished making settings, press the OK button.
You will return to the GPI screen.
9.
Repeat steps 5 through 8 to specify functions and parameters for other ports.
1 GPI OUT status indicator
NOTE
This indicates the status of the voltage that is being output from each GPI OUT port.
Settings in the GPI screen are common to all scenes. They can be saved as SETUP data.
2 POLARITY MODE select button
This button selects the polarity of the GPI OUT port.
............ (Low active) Grounded when the GPI OUT port is active.
............ (Low active) Open when the GPI OUT port is active.
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3 GPI OUT SETUP popup button
Press this button to open the GPI OUT SETUP popup window.
The button shows the name of the currently selected function or parameter.
4 TEST button
7.
In each field, select the desired function or parameter.
8.
When you have finished making settings, press the OK button.
9.
Repeat steps 5 through 8 to specify functions and parameters for other ports.
While this is on, the corresponding GPI OUT port will be active and will output a control signal.
5.
6.
Specify the POLARITY MODE for each port.
For each port, select either low-active or high-active as appropriate for the specifications of the
external device you’re using.
Using FADER START
Make FADER START settings if you want a device connected to a GPI OUT port to operate in tandem
with fader operations.
To assign a function or parameter, press the GPI OUT SETUP popup button.
1.
Connect an external device to the CL series console’s GPI connector.
2.
In the function access area, press the SETUP button to access the SETUP screen.
3.
Press the MIDI/GPI button.
The MIDI/GPI screen will appear.
You can assign the following functions.
Function
NO ASSIGN
CUE ACTIVE
Parameter
---
CL console operation
No assignment
CUE ON
Turn on the [CUE] key of the selected channel
DCA ONLY
Turn on the DCA [CUE] key
INPUT ONLY
Turn on the [CUE] key of an input channel
OUTPUT ONLY
Turn on the [CUE] key of an output channel
GPI IN ACTIVE IND. PORT 1–PORT 5
The function assigned to GPI IN port 1–5
becomes active
POWER ON
---
The power of the CL series console is turned on
USER DEF.
KEY ACTIVE IND.
USER DEFINED KEY 1– The function assigned to the USER DEFINED
USER DEFINED KEY 16 key becomes active
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4.
4 THRESHOLD field
Press the FADER START tab to access the FADER START page.
The following items are displayed.
• UPSTROKE/DOWNSTROKE knobs
These specify the level that will be the threshold for outputting a trigger signal. A trigger signal
will be output when the fader exceeds the UPSTROKE level, or when the fader falls below the
DOWNSTROKE level. If FADER TALLY is selected as the fader mode, UPSTROKE and
DOWNSTROKE specify the level range for which a trigger signal will be output. You can use the
multifunction knobs to operate these parameters.
1
NOTE
2
• The THRESHOLD values specified by the UPSTROKE/DOWNSTROKE knobs are common to
all GPI OUT ports. However, you can individually choose the channel (fader) for each GPI OUT
port.
• Only the UPSTROKE value will be valid if MODE is set to FADER START, and only the
DOWNSTROKE value will be valid if MODE is set to FADER STOP. If MODE is set to FADER
TALLY, both the UPSTROKE and DOWNSTROKE values will be valid.
3
5 MODE field
Here you can select the mode of fader operation that will be the trigger for signal output from the
GPI OUT port.
You can choose from the following fader modes.
4
• NO ASSIGN
Operating the fader of the selected channel will not cause a signal to be output.
• FADER START
A trigger signal 250 msec long will be output when the fader of the selected channel moves
upward through the specified UPSTROKE level (–138.0 dB to 10.0 dB) from a point below it.
5
1 CLEAR ALL button
• FADER STOP
A trigger signal 250 msec long will be output when the fader of the selected channel reaches the
specified DOWNSTROKE level (–∞ dB to 9.95 dB).
Press this button to clear all selections.
2 OUTPUT DESTINATION field
• FADER TALLY
A trigger signal will be output when the fader of the selected channel moves upward through the
specified UPSTROKE level (–138.0 dB to 10.0 dB) from a point below it. This signal will be held
until the fader reaches the specified DOWNSTROKE level (–∞ dB to 9.95 dB) or until that GPI
OUT port receives a different trigger.
• GPI OUT1–GPI OUT5 buttons
Select the GPI OUT port for which you want to make settings.
3 Fader indicator
This indicates the selected fader. Use the [SEL] keys of the console panel to select a fader.
NOTE
In the case of the CL3/CL1, channels that do not exist on those models will not be shown.
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The following illustration shows how the signal that is output from the GPI OUT port will change in
each fader mode when a fader is operated. In this example, UPSTROKE in the THRESHOLD field is
set to –60.00, and DOWNSTROKE is set to –∞. (This illustration shows the case in which
is
selected as the polarity of the GPI OUT port. If the polarity is
, the polarity of the output signal
will be reversed.)
FADER
START
250 msec
FADER
STOP
250 msec
FADER
TALLY
NOTE
At the high level, the output signal of the port will be open. If the receiving device requires high
level, take it from the +5V power supply pin. However in this case, the amount of current is limited;
for details, refer to the “Input/output characteristics” section in the separate Owner’s Manual.
5.
For each GPI OUT port, specify the channel that will cause the external device to
operate, and the type of operation.
6.
When you have finished making settings, click the “x” symbol located in the upper
right to close the FADER MODE screen.
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Appendices
#
EQ Library List
#
01 Bass Drum 1
LOW
L-MID
H-MID
HIGH
PEAKING
PEAKING
H.SHELF
G
+3.5 dB
–3.5 dB
0.0 dB
+4.0 dB
F
100 Hz
265 Hz
1.06 kHz
5.30 kHz
1.25
10.0
0.90
—
PEAKING
PEAKING
PEAKING
LPF
G
+8.0 dB
–7.0 dB
+6.0 dB
ON
F
80.0 Hz
400 Hz
2.50 kHz
12.5 kHz
Q
03 Snare Drum 1
0.0 dB
+3.0 dB
+4.5 dB
132 Hz
1.00 kHz
3.15 kHz
5.00 kHz
1.25
4.5
0.11
—
L.SHELF
PEAKING
PEAKING
PEAKING
G
+1.5 dB
–8.5 dB
+2.5 dB
+4.0 dB
F
180 Hz
335 Hz
2.36 kHz
4.00 kHz
—
10.0
0.70
0.10
PEAKING
PEAKING
PEAKING
PEAKING
G
+2.0 dB
–7.5 dB
+2.0 dB
+1.0 dB
F
212 Hz
670 Hz
4.50 kHz
6.30 kHz
1.25
0.28
PEAKING
H.SHELF
–2.0 dB
0.0 dB
0.0 dB
+3.0 dB
106 Hz
425 Hz
1.06 kHz
13.2 kHz
—
8.0
0.90
—
L.SHELF
PEAKING
PEAKING
H.SHELF
G
–4.0 dB
–2.5 dB
+1.0 dB
+0.5 dB
F
95.0 Hz
425 Hz
2.80 kHz
7.50 kHz
—
0.50
1.0
—
L.SHELF
PEAKING
PEAKING
H.SHELF
G
–4.5 dB
0.0 dB
+2.0 dB
0.0 dB
F
100 Hz
400 Hz
2.80 kHz
17.0 kHz
Q
09 E. Bass 1
10.0
PEAKING
F
Q
08 Percussion
1.4
L.SHELF
G
Q
07 High Hat
—
H.SHELF
–0.5 dB
Q
06 Cymbal
2.2
PEAKING
F
Q
05 Tom-tom 1
4.5
PEAKING
G
Q
04 Snare Drum 2
1.4
PEAKING
—
4.5
0.56
—
L.SHELF
PEAKING
PEAKING
H.SHELF
G
–7.5 dB
+4.5 dB
+2.5 dB
0.0 dB
F
35.5 Hz
112 Hz
2.00 kHz
4.00 kHz
Q
—
5.0
4.5
—
11 Syn. Bass 1
+0.5 dB
4.00 kHz
0.10
5.0
6.3
—
PEAKING
PEAKING
PEAKING
H.SHELF
G
+3.5 dB
+8.5 dB
0.0 dB
0.0 dB
F
85.0 Hz
950 Hz
4.00 kHz
12.5 kHz
8.0
4.5
—
PEAKING
PEAKING
H.SHELF
+2.5 dB
0.0 dB
+1.5 dB
0.0 dB
F
125 Hz
180 Hz
1.12 kHz
12.5 kHz
1.6
8.0
2.2
—
L.SHELF
PEAKING
PEAKING
H.SHELF
G
–6.0 dB
0.0 dB
+2.0 dB
+4.0 dB
F
95.0 Hz
950 Hz
3.15 kHz
7.50 kHz
—
8.0
0.90
—
PEAKING
PEAKING
PEAKING
H.SHELF
G
+3.5 dB
–8.5 dB
+1.5 dB
+3.0 dB
F
224 Hz
600 Hz
3.15 kHz
5.30 kHz
5.6
10.0
0.70
—
PEAKING
PEAKING
PEAKING
H.SHELF
G
+2.0 dB
–5.5 dB
+0.5 dB
+2.5 dB
F
265 Hz
400 Hz
1.32 kHz
4.50 kHz
0.18
10.0
6.3
—
PEAKING
PEAKING
PEAKING
PEAKING
G
+4.5 dB
0.0 dB
+4.0 dB
+2.0 dB
F
140 Hz
1.00 kHz
1.90 kHz
5.60 kHz
8.0
4.5
0.63
9.0
PEAKING
PEAKING
PEAKING
H.SHELF
G
+2.5 dB
+1.5 dB
+2.5 dB
0.0 dB
F
125 Hz
450 Hz
3.35 kHz
19.0 kHz
8.0
0.40
0.16
—
L.SHELF
PEAKING
PEAKING
H.SHELF
G
+5.0 dB
0.0 dB
+3.5 dB
0.0 dB
F
355 Hz
950 Hz
3.35 kHz
12.5 kHz
—
9.0
10.0
—
L.SHELF
PEAKING
PEAKING
H.SHELF
G
+6.0 dB
–8.5 dB
+4.5 dB
+4.0 dB
F
315 Hz
1.06 kHz
4.25 kHz
12.5 kHz
Q
20 A. G. Stroke 1
0.10
PEAKING
G
Q
19 E. G. Dist. 2
H.SHELF
+2.5 dB
Q
18 E. G. Dist. 1
PEAKING
2.24 kHz
Q
17 E. G. Crunch 2
PEAKING
0.0 dB
Q
16 E. G. Crunch 1
PEAKING
112 Hz
Q
15 E. G. Clean
HIGH
112 Hz
Q
14 Piano 2
H-MID
+3.0 dB
Q
13 Piano 1
L-MID
F
Q
12 Syn. Bass 2
LOW
G
Q
PEAKING
Q
02 Bass Drum 2
10 E. Bass 2
Parameter
Title
Parameter
Title
—
10.0
4.0
—
PEAKING
PEAKING
PEAKING
H.SHELF
G
–2.0 dB
0.0 dB
+1.0 dB
+4.0 dB
F
106 Hz
1.00 kHz
1.90 kHz
5.30 kHz
Q
0.90
4.5
3.5
—
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Parameter
Title
21 A. G. Stroke 2
LOW
L-MID
H-MID
HIGH
L.SHELF
PEAKING
PEAKING
H.SHELF
G
–3.5 dB
–2.0 dB
0.0 dB
+2.0 dB
F
300 Hz
750 Hz
2.00 kHz
3.55 kHz
Q
22 A. G. Arpeg. 1
0.0 dB
0.0 dB
+2.0 dB
224 Hz
1.00 kHz
4.00 kHz
6.70 kHz
—
4.5
4.5
0.125
L.SHELF
PEAKING
PEAKING
H.SHELF
G
0.0 dB
–5.5 dB
0.0 dB
+4.0 dB
F
180 Hz
355 Hz
4.00 kHz
4.25 kHz
—
7.0
4.5
—
PEAKING
PEAKING
PEAKING
PEAKING
G
–2.0 dB
–1.0 dB
+1.5 dB
+3.0 dB
F
90.0 Hz
850 Hz
2.12 kHz
4.50 kHz
0.0 dB
+2.0 dB
+3.5 dB
1.00 kHz
2.00 kHz
6.70 kHz
0.11
4.5
0.56
0.11
PEAKING
PEAKING
PEAKING
H.SHELF
G
+2.0 dB
–5.0 dB
–2.5 dB
+4.0 dB
F
170 Hz
236 Hz
2.65 kHz
6.70 kHz
0.11
10.0
5.6
—
PEAKING
PEAKING
PEAKING
PEAKING
G
–1.0 dB
+1.0 dB
+1.5 dB
+2.0 dB
F
118 Hz
400 Hz
2.65 kHz
6.00 kHz
0.18
0.45
0.56
0.14
L.SHELF
PEAKING
PEAKING
H.SHELF
G
–7.0 dB
+1.5 dB
+1.5 dB
+2.5 dB
F
112 Hz
335 Hz
2.00 kHz
6.70 kHz
—
0.16
0.20
—
PEAKING
PEAKING
PEAKING
PEAKING
G
–2.0 dB
–1.0 dB
+1.5 dB
+3.0 dB
F
90.0 Hz
850 Hz
2.12 kHz
4.50 kHz
Q
30 Total EQ 1
2.8
2.0
0.70
7.0
PEAKING
PEAKING
PEAKING
H.SHELF
G
–0.5 dB
0.0 dB
+3.0 dB
+6.5 dB
F
95.0 Hz
950 Hz
2.12 kHz
16.0 kHz
Q
31 Total EQ 2
7.0
PEAKING
190 Hz
Q
29 Chorus & Harmo
0.70
PEAKING
–0.5 dB
Q
28 Female Vo. 2
2.0
PEAKING
F
Q
27 Female Vo. 1
2.8
PEAKING
G
Q
26 Male Vocal 2
—
PEAKING
–0.5 dB
Q
25 Male Vocal 1
4.5
PEAKING
F
Q
24 Brass Sec.
9.0
PEAKING
G
Q
23 A. G. Arpeg. 2
—
L.SHELF
7.0
2.2
5.6
—
PEAKING
PEAKING
PEAKING
H.SHELF
G
+4.0 dB
+1.5 dB
+2.0 dB
+6.0 dB
F
95.0 Hz
750 Hz
1.80 kHz
18.0 kHz
Q
7.0
2.8
5.6
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32 Total EQ 3
34 Snare Drum 3
36 Piano 3
38 Piano High
40 Narrator
HIGH
PEAKING
PEAKING
H.SHELF
+0.5 dB
+2.0 dB
+4.0 dB
F
67.0 Hz
850 Hz
1.90 kHz
15.0 kHz
—
0.28
0.70
—
PEAKING
PEAKING
PEAKING
PEAKING
G
+3.5 dB
–10.0 dB
+3.5 dB
0.0 dB
F
118 Hz
315 Hz
4.25 kHz
20.0 kHz
Q
2.0
10.0
0.40
0.40
PEAKING
L.SHELF
PEAKING
PEAKING
G
0.0 dB
+2.0 dB
+3.5 dB
0.0 dB
F
224 Hz
560 Hz
4.25 kHz
4.00 kHz
—
4.5
2.8
0.10
L.SHELF
PEAKING
PEAKING
H.SHELF
G
–9.0 dB
+1.5 dB
+2.0 dB
0.0 dB
F
90.0 Hz
212 Hz
5.30 kHz
17.0 kHz
Q
—
4.5
1.25
—
PEAKING
PEAKING
PEAKING
H.SHELF
G
+4.5 dB
–13.0 dB
+4.5 dB
+2.5 dB
F
100 Hz
475 Hz
2.36 kHz
10.0 kHz
8.0
10.0
9.0
—
PEAKING
PEAKING
PEAKING
H.SHELF
G
–5.5 dB
+1.5 dB
+6.0 dB
0.0 dB
F
190 Hz
400 Hz
6.70 kHz
12.5 kHz
Q
10.0
6.3
2.2
—
PEAKING
PEAKING
PEAKING
PEAKING
G
–5.5 dB
+1.5 dB
+5.0 dB
+3.0 dB
F
190 Hz
400 Hz
6.70 kHz
5.60 kHz
Q
39 Fine-EQ Cass
H-MID
L.SHELF
Q
37 Piano Low
L-MID
+1.5 dB
Q
35 Tom-tom 2
LOW
G
Q
33 Bass Drum 3
DYNAMICS Library List
Parameter
Title
10.0
6.3
2.2
0.10
L.SHELF
PEAKING
PEAKING
H.SHELF
G
–1.5 dB
0.0 dB
+1.0 dB
+3.0 dB
F
75.0 Hz
1.00 kHz
4.00 kHz
12.5 kHz
Q
—
4.5
1.8
—
H.SHELF
PEAKING
PEAKING
PEAKING
G
–4.0 dB
–1.0 dB
+2.0 dB
0.0 dB
F
106 Hz
710 Hz
2.50 kHz
10.0 kHz
Q
4.0
7.0
0.63
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Title
Type
1
Gate
GATE
2
Ducking
DUCKING
3
A. Dr. BD
GATE
4
A. Dr. SN
GATE
5
6
7
8
9
De-Esser
Comp
Expand
Compander (H)
Compander (S)
DE-ESSER
COMPRESSOR
EXPANDER
COMPANDER-H
COMPANDER-S
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Parameter
Threshold (dB)
Range (dB)
Attack (ms)
Hold (ms)
Decay (ms)
Threshold (dB)
Range (dB)
Attack (ms)
Hold (ms)
Decay (ms)
Threshold (dB)
Range (dB)
Attack (ms)
Hold (ms)
Decay (ms)
Threshold (dB)
Range (dB)
Attack (ms)
Hold (ms)
Decay (ms)
Threshold (dB)
Frequency (kHz)
Type
Q
Threshold (dB)
Ratio ( :1)
Attack (ms)
Out gain (dB)
Knee
Release (ms)
Threshold (dB)
Ratio ( :1)
Attack (ms)
Out gain (dB)
Knee
Release (ms)
Threshold (dB)
Ratio ( :1)
Attack (ms)
Out gain (dB)
Width (dB)
Release (ms)
Threshold (dB)
Ratio ( :1)
Attack (ms)
Out gain (dB)
Width (dB)
Release (ms)
#
Value
–26
–56
0
2.56
331
–19
–22
93
1.20 S
6.32 S
–11
–53
0
1.93
400
–8
–23
1
0.63
238
–8
2.00
HPF
1.6
–8
2.5
30
0.0
2
250
–23
1.7
1
3.5
2
70
–10
3.5
1
0.0
6
250
–8
4
25
0.0
24
180
Title
Type
10
A. Dr. BD
COMPRESSOR
11
A. Dr. BD
COMPANDER-H
12
A. Dr. SN
COMPRESSOR
13
A. Dr. SN
EXPANDER
14
A. Dr. SN
COMPANDER-S
15
A. Dr. Tom
EXPANDER
16
A. Dr. OverTop
COMPANDER-S
17
E. B. Finger
COMPRESSOR
Parameter
Threshold (dB)
Ratio ( :1)
Attack (ms)
Out gain (dB)
Knee
Release (ms)
Threshold (dB)
Ratio ( :1)
Attack (ms)
Out gain (dB)
Width (dB)
Release (ms)
Threshold (dB)
Ratio ( :1)
Attack (ms)
Out gain (dB)
Knee
Release (ms)
Threshold (dB)
Ratio ( :1)
Attack (ms)
Out gain (dB)
Knee
Release (ms)
Threshold (dB)
Ratio ( :1)
Attack (ms)
Out gain (dB)
Width (dB)
Release (ms)
Threshold (dB)
Ratio ( :1)
Attack (ms)
Out gain (dB)
Knee
Release (ms)
Threshold (dB)
Ratio ( :1)
Attack (ms)
Out gain (dB)
Width (dB)
Release (ms)
Threshold (dB)
Ratio ( :1)
Attack (ms)
Out gain (dB)
Knee
Release (ms)
Value
–24
3
9
5.5
2
58
–11
3.5
1
–1.5
7
192
–17
2.5
8
3.5
2
12
–23
2
0
0.5
2
151
–8
1.7
11
0.0
10
128
–20
2
2
5.0
2
749
–24
2
38
–3.5
54
842
–12
2
15
4.5
2
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#
Title
Type
18
E. B. Slap
COMPRESSOR
19
Syn. Bass
COMPRESSOR
20
Piano1
COMPRESSOR
21
Piano2
COMPRESSOR
22
E. Guitar
COMPRESSOR
23
A. Guitar
COMPRESSOR
24
Strings1
COMPRESSOR
25
Strings2
COMPRESSOR
Parameter
Threshold (dB)
Ratio ( :1)
Attack (ms)
Out gain (dB)
Knee
Release (ms)
Threshold (dB)
Ratio ( :1)
Attack (ms)
Out gain (dB)
Knee
Release (ms)
Threshold (dB)
Ratio ( :1)
Attack (ms)
Out gain (dB)
Knee
Release (ms)
Threshold (dB)
Ratio ( :1)
Attack (ms)
Out gain (dB)
Knee
Release (ms)
Threshold (dB)
Ratio ( :1)
Attack (ms)
Out gain (dB)
Knee
Release (ms)
Threshold (dB)
Ratio ( :1)
Attack (ms)
Out gain (dB)
Knee
Release (ms)
Threshold (dB)
Ratio ( :1)
Attack (ms)
Out gain (dB)
Knee
Release (ms)
Threshold (dB)
Ratio ( :1)
Attack (ms)
Out gain (dB)
Knee
Release (ms)
Value
–12
1.7
6
4.0
hard
133
–10
3.5
9
3.0
hard
250
–9
2.5
17
1.0
hard
238
–18
3.5
7
6.0
2
174
–8
3.5
7
2.5
4
261
–10
2.5
5
1.5
2
238
–11
2
33
1.5
2
749
–12
1.5
93
1.5
4
1.35 S
#
Title
Type
26
Strings3
COMPRESSOR
27
BrassSection
COMPRESSOR
28
Syn. Pad
COMPRESSOR
29
SamplingPerc
COMPANDER-S
30
Sampling BD
COMPRESSOR
31
Sampling SN
COMPRESSOR
32
Hip Comp
COMPANDER-S
33
Solo Vocal1
COMPRESSOR
Parameter
Threshold (dB)
Ratio ( :1)
Attack (ms)
Out gain (dB)
Knee
Release (ms)
Threshold (dB)
Ratio ( :1)
Attack (ms)
Out gain (dB)
Knee
Release (ms)
Threshold (dB)
Ratio ( :1)
Attack (ms)
Out gain (dB)
Knee
Release (ms)
Threshold (dB)
Ratio ( :1)
Attack (ms)
Out gain (dB)
Width (dB)
Release (ms)
Threshold (dB)
Ratio ( :1)
Attack (ms)
Out gain (dB)
Knee
Release (ms)
Threshold (dB)
Ratio ( :1)
Attack (ms)
Out gain (dB)
Knee
Release (ms)
Threshold (dB)
Ratio ( :1)
Attack (ms)
Out gain (dB)
Width (dB)
Release (ms)
Threshold (dB)
Ratio ( :1)
Attack (ms)
Out gain (dB)
Knee
Release (ms)
Value
–17
1.5
76
2.5
2
186
–18
1.7
18
4.0
1
226
–13
2
58
2.0
1
238
–18
1.7
8
–2.5
18
238
–14
2
2
3.5
4
35
–18
4
8
8.0
hard
354
–23
20
15
0.0
15
163
–20
2.5
31
2.0
1
342
#
Title
Type
34
Solo Vocal2
COMPRESSOR
35
Chorus
COMPRESSOR
36
Click Erase
EXPANDER
37
Announcer
COMPANDER-H
38
Limiter1
COMPANDER-S
39
Limiter2
COMPRESSOR
40
Total Comp1
COMPRESSOR
41
Total Comp2
COMPRESSOR
Parameter
Threshold (dB)
Ratio ( :1)
Attack (ms)
Out gain (dB)
Knee
Release (ms)
Threshold (dB)
Ratio ( :1)
Attack (ms)
Out gain (dB)
Knee
Release (ms)
Threshold (dB)
Ratio ( :1)
Attack (ms)
Out gain (dB)
Knee
Release (ms)
Threshold (dB)
Ratio ( :1)
Attack (ms)
Out gain (dB)
Width (dB)
Release (ms)
Threshold (dB)
Ratio ( :1)
Attack (ms)
Out gain (dB)
Width (dB)
Release (ms)
Threshold (dB)
Ratio ( :1)
Attack (ms)
Out gain (dB)
Knee
Release (ms)
Threshold (dB)
Ratio ( :1)
Attack (ms)
Out gain (dB)
Knee
Release (ms)
Threshold (dB)
Ratio ( :1)
Attack (ms)
Out gain (dB)
Knee
Release (ms)
Value
–8
2.5
26
1.5
3
331
–9
1.7
39
2.5
2
226
–33
2
1
2.0
2
284
–14
2.5
1
–2.5
18
180
–9
3
20
–3.0
90
3.90 s
0
∞
0
0.0
hard
319
–18
3.5
94
2.5
hard
447
–16
6
11
6.0
1
180
* At fs=44.1 kHz
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■ DUCKING
Ducking is commonly used for voice-over applications in which the background music level is reduced
automatically when an announcer speaks. When the KEY IN source signal level exceeds the specified
THRESHOLD, the output level is attenuated by a specified amount (RANGE).
Dynamics Parameters
Input channels provide DYNAMICS section 1 and DYNAMICS section 2. Output channels provide
DYNAMICS section 1.
An input channel’s DYNAMICS section 1 provides the following four types:
GATE, DUCKING, COMPRESSOR, and EXPANDER.
Parameter
An input channel’s DYNAMICS section 2 provides the following four types:
COMPRESSOR, COMPANDER-H (Compander Hard), COMPANDER-S (Compander Soft),
and DE-ESSER.
An output channel’s DYNAMICS section 1 provides the following four types:
COMPRESSOR, EXPANDER, COMPANDER-H (Compander Hard), and COMPANDER-S
(Compander Soft).
■ GATE
A gate attenuates signals below a set THRESHOLD level by a specified amount (RANGE).
–54 to 0 (55 points)
RANGE (dB)
–70 to 0 (71 points)
This determines the amount of attenuation when
ducking is activated.
ATTACK (ms)
0–120 (121 points)
This determines how soon the signal is ducked once
the ducker has been triggered.
HOLD (ms)
44.1kHz: 0.02 ms – 2.13 sec
48kHz: 0.02 ms – 1.96 sec (160 points)
This determines how long ducking remains active
once the trigger signal has fallen below the
THRESHOLD level.
DECAY (ms)
44.1kHz: 6 ms – 46.0 sec
48kHz: 5 ms – 42.3 sec (160 points)
This determines how soon the ducker returns to its
normal gain once the trigger signal level drops below
the threshold. The value is expressed as the duration
required for the level to change by 6 dB.
• I/O Characteristics
Description
–72 to 0 (73 points)
This determines the level at which the gate effect is
applied.
RANGE (dB)
–∞, –69 to 0 (71 points)
This determines the amount of attenuation when the
gate closes.
ATTACK (ms)
0–120 (121 points)
This determines how fast the gate opens when the
signal exceeds the threshold level.
HOLD (ms)
44.1kHz: 0.02 ms – 2.13 sec
48kHz: 0.02 ms – 1.96 sec (160 points)
This determines how long the gate stays open once
the trigger signal has fallen below the threshold.
44.1kHz: 6 ms – 46.0 sec
48kHz: 5 ms – 42.3 sec (160 points)
This determines how fast the gate closes once the
hold time has expired. The value is expressed as the
duration required for the level to change by 6 dB.
Input Signal
THRESHOLD
Output Level
Input Level
Output Level
ATTACK
HOLD
DECAY
THRESHOLD
RANGE
Time
Time
• Time Series Analysis
Input Signal
THRESHOLD
Output Signal
RANGE
Input Level
• I/O Characteristics
• Time Series Analysis
Output Level
THRESHOLD (dB)
DECAY (ms)
THRESHOLD (dB)
Input Level
Range
Description
This determines the level of trigger signal (KEY IN)
required to activate ducking.
Output Level
Parameter
Range
Output Signal
HOLD
ATTACK
DECAY
THRESHOLD
RANGE
RANGE
Input Level
Time
Time
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■ EXPANDER
An expander attenuates signals below a specified THRESHOLD by a specified RATIO.
■ COMPRESSOR
The COMP processor attenuates signals above a specified THRESHOLD by a specified RATIO. The
COMP processor can also be used as a limiter, which, with a RATIO of ∞:1, reduces the level to the
threshold. This means that the limiter’s output level never actually exceeds the threshold.
Parameter
Range
Parameter
Description
Range
Description
THRESHOLD (dB)
–54 to 0 (55 points)
This determines the level of input signal required to
trigger the expander.
THRESHOLD (dB)
–54 to 0 (55 points)
This determines the level of input signal required to
trigger the compressor.
RATIO
This determines the amount of expansion.
RATIO
1.0:1, 1.1:1, 1.3:1, 1.5:1, 1.7:1, 2.0:1,
2.5:1, 3.0:1, 3.5:1, 4.0:1, 5.0:1, 6.0:1,
8.0:1, 10:1, 20:1, ∞:1 (16 points)
This determines the amount of compression, that is,
the change in output signal level relative to change
in input signal level.
1.0:1, 1.1:1, 1.3:1, 1.5:1, 1.7:1, 2.0:1,
2.5:1, 3.0:1, 3.5:1, 4.0:1, 5.0:1, 6.0:1,
8.0:1, 10:1, 20:1, ∞:1 (16 points)
ATTACK (ms)
0–120 (121 points)
ATTACK (ms)
0–120 (121 points)
This determines how soon the signal will be
compressed once the compressor has been
triggered.
This determines how soon the expander returns to its
normal gain once the trigger signal level exceeds the
threshold.
RELEASE (ms)
44.1kHz: 6 ms – 46.0 sec
48kHz: 5 ms – 42.3 sec (160 points)
This determines how soon the signal is expanded
once the signal level drops below the threshold. The
value is expressed as the duration required for the
level to change by 6 dB.
RELEASE (ms)
44.1kHz: 6 ms – 46.0 sec
48kHz: 5 ms – 42.3 sec (160 points)
This determines how soon the compressor returns to
its normal gain once the trigger signal level drops
below the threshold. The value is expressed as the
duration required for the level to change by 6 dB.
OUT GAIN (dB)
0.0 to +18.0 (181 points)
This sets the expander’s output signal level.
OUT GAIN (dB)
0.0 to +18.0 (181 points)
This sets the compressor’s output signal level.
KNEE
Hard, 1–5 (6 points)
KNEE
Hard, 1–5 (6 points)
This determines how compression is applied at the
threshold. For higher knee settings, compression is
applied gradually as the signal exceeds the specified
threshold, creating a more natural sound.
This determines how expansion is applied at the
threshold. For higher knee settings, expansion is
applied gradually as the signal falls below the
specified threshold, creating a more natural sound.
RATIO
ATTACK
RELEASE
THRESHOLD
Output Level
Output Signal
Input Level
THRESHOLD
Output Level
Input Signal
• Time Series Analysis
(RATIO= ∞:1)
Input Signal
Output Level
• Time Series Analysis
(RATIO= ∞:1)
Input Level
Output Level
• I/O Characteristics
(KNEE= hard, OUT
GAIN=0.0dB)
• I/O Characteristics
(KNEE= hard,
OUT GAIN= 0.0dB)
Output Signal
ATTACK
RELEASE
THRESHOLD
THRESHOLD
RATIO
Input Level
Time
Input Level
Time
Time
Time
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■ COMPANDER HARD (COMPANDER-H), COMPANDER SOFT (COMPANDER-S)
The hard and soft companders combine the effects of the compressor, expander and limiter.
Effect Type List
Output Level
Title
Type
Description
REV-X Hall
REV-X HALL
REV-X Room
REV-X ROOM
REV-X Plate
REV-X PLATE
New reverb algorithm that delivers dense and rich reverberation, smooth decay,
and provides a spaciousness and depth that enhances the original sound.
Choose from three types depending on your location and needs; REV-X HALL,
REV-X ROOM, and REV-X PLATE.
Reverb Hall
REVERB HALL
Concert hall reverberation simulation with gate
Reverb Room
REVERB ROOM
Room reverberation simulation with gate
Reverb Stage
REVERB STAGE
Reverb designed for vocals, with gate
Reverb Plate
REVERB PLATE
Plate reverb simulation with gate
The companders function differently at the following levels:
Stereo Reverb
ST REVERB
Stereo reverb
1 0 dB and higher ................................ Functions as a limiter.
2 Exceeding the threshold ................. Functions as a compressor.
3 Below the threshold and width ..... Functions as an expander.
Early Ref.
EARLY REF.
Early reflections without the subsequent reverb
Gate Reverb
GATE REVERB
Gated early reflections
Reverse Gate
REVERSE GATE
Gated reverse early reflections
Mono Delay
MONO DELAY
Simple mono delay
Stereo Delay
STEREO DELAY
Simple stereo delay
Mod.Delay
MOD.DELAY
Simple repeat delay with modulation
Delay LCR
DELAY LCR
3-tap (left, center, right) delay
THRESHOLD
WIDTH
0dB
Input Level
The hard compander has an expansion ratio of 5:1, while the soft compander has an expansion ratio of
1.5:1. The expander is essentially turned off when the width is set to maximum. The compressor has a
fixed knee setting of 2.
* The gain is automatically adjusted according to the ratio and threshold values, and can be increased by up to 18 dB.
* The OUT GAIN parameter enables you to compensate for the overall level change caused by the compression and
expansion processes.
Parameter
Range
Description
THRESHOLD (dB)
–54 to 0 (55 points)
This determines the level at which compression is
applied.
RATIO
1.0:1, 1.1:1, 1.3:1, 1.5:1, 1.7:1, 2.0:1,
2.5:1, 3.0:1, 3.5:1, 4.0:1, 5.0:1, 6.0:1,
8.0:1, 10:1, 20:1 (15 points)
This determines the amount of compression.
0–120 (121 points)
This determines how soon the signal is compressed
or expanded once the compander has been
triggered.
ATTACK (ms)
RELEASE (ms)
OUT GAIN (dB)
WIDTH (dB)
44.1kHz: 6 ms – 46.0 sec
48kHz: 5 ms – 42.3 sec (160 points)
This determines how soon the compressor or
expander returns to the normal gain once the trigger
signal level drops below or exceeds the threshold
respectively. The value is expressed as the duration
required for the level to change by 6 dB.
–18.0 to 0.0 (181 points)
This sets the compander’s output signal level.
1–90 (90 points)
This determines how far below the threshold
expansion will be applied. The expander is activated
when the level drops below the threshold and width.
■ DE-ESSER
This detects and compresses only the sibilants and other high-frequency consonants of the vocal.
Parameter
Range
Description
Echo
ECHO
Stereo delay with crossed left/right feedback
Chorus
CHORUS
Chorus
Flange
FLANGE
Flanger
Symphonic
SYMPHONIC
Proprietary Yamaha effect that produces a richer and more complex modulation
than normal chorus
Phaser
PHASER
16-stage stereo phase shifter
Dyna.Flange
DYNA.FLANGE
Dynamically controlled flanger
Dyna.Phaser
DYNA.PHASER
Dynamically controlled phase shifter
HQ. Pitch
HQ.PITCH
Mono pitch shifter, producing stable results
Dual Pitch
DUAL PITCH
Stereo pitch shifter
Tremolo
TREMOLO
Tremolo
Auto Pan
AUTO PAN
Auto-panner
Rotary
ROTARY
Rotary speaker simulation
Ring Mod.
RING MOD.
Ring modulator
Mod.Filter
MOD.FILTER
Modulated filter
Dyna.Filter
DYNA.FILTER
Dynamically controlled filter
Rev+Chorus
REV+CHORUS
Reverb and chorus in parallel
RevChorus
REVCHORUS
Reverb and chorus in series
Rev+Flange
REV+FLANGE
Reverb and flanger in parallel
RevFlange
REVFLANGE
Reverb and flanger in series
Rev+Sympho.
REV+SYMPHO.
Reverb and symphonic in parallel
THRESHOLD
–54 to 0 (55 points)
Threshold level at which the de-esser effect applies.
RevSympho. REVSYMPHO.
Reverb and symphonic in series
FREQUENCY
1kHz–12.5kHz (45 points)
Cutoff frequency of the filter used to detect the high frequencies.
RevPan
REVPAN
Reverb and auto-pan in series
TYPE
HPF, BPF
Type of filter used to detect the frequency band.
Delay+Er.
DELAY+ER.
Delay and early reflections in parallel
Q
10.0–0.10 (41 points)
Q (steepness) of the filter when TYPE is BPF.
DelayEr.
DELAYER.
Delay and early reflections in series
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Title
Delay+Rev
Type
Effects Parameters
Description
DELAY+REV
Delay and reverb in parallel
DelayRev
DELAYREV
Delay and reverb in series
DistDelay
DISTDELAY
Distortion and delay in series
Multi Filter
MULTI FILTER
3-band parallel filter (24 dB/octave)
Freeze
FREEZE
Simple sampler
Distortion
DISTORTION
Distortion
Amp Simulate
AMP SIMULATE
Guitar amp simulation
Comp276
COMP276
This compressor emulates the characteristics of an analog compressor that has
become a sought-after classic in recording studios.
Comp276S
COMP276S
This is a stereo model of COMP276.
Comp260
COMP260
This compressor emulates the characteristics of a compressor/limiter of the latter
1970s that has become a sought-after classic for live SR.
Comp260S
COMP260S
This is a stereo model of the COMP260.
Equalizer601
EQUALIZER601
This equalizer emulates the characteristics of an analog equalizer of the 1970s. It
can be used to obtain a sense of drive.
OpenDeck
OPENDECK
This is a tape saturation effect that emulates the tape compression produced by
two open-reel tape recorders: a recording deck and a reproduction deck.
M.Band Dyna.
M.BAND DYNA.
Multi-band dynamics processor
■ REV-X HALL, REV-X ROOM, REV-X PLATE
Newly-developed two input, two output reverb algorithm. Delivers dense and rich reverberation,
smooth decay, and provides a spaciousness and depth that enhances the original sound. Choose from
three types depending on your location and needs; REV-X HALL, REV-X ROOM, and REV-X PLATE.
Parameter
Range
Description
REV TIME
0.28–27.94 s *1
Reverb time
INI. DLY
0.0–120.0 ms
Initial delay before reverb begins
HI. RATIO
0.1–1.0
High-frequency reverb time ratio
LO. RATIO
0.1–1.4
Low-frequency reverb time ratio
LO.FREQ
22.0 Hz–18.0 kHz
Frequency point for LO.RATIO setting
DIFF.
0–10
Reverb diffusion (left–right reverb spread)
ROOM SIZE 0–28
Size of room
DECAY
0–53
Gate closing speed
HPF
THRU, 22.0 Hz–8.00 kHz
High-pass filter cutoff frequency
LPF
1.00 kHz–18.0 kHz,
THRU
Low-pass filter cutoff frequency
*1. These values are for when the effect type is REV-X HALL and the ROOM SIZE=28. The range will differ
depending on the effect type and ROOM SIZE setting.
M.Band Comp M.BAND COMP Multi-band compressor
■ REVERB HALL, REVERB ROOM, REVERB STAGE, REVERB PLATE
One input, two output hall, room, stage, and plate reverb simulations, all with gates.
Parameter
Range
Description
REV TIME
0.3–99.0 s
Reverb time
INI. DLY
0.0–500.0 ms
Initial delay before reverb begins
HI. RATIO
0.1–1.0
High-frequency reverb time ratio
LO. RATIO
0.1–2.4
Low-frequency reverb time ratio
DIFF.
0–10
Reverb diffusion (left–right reverb spread)
DENSITY
0–100%
Reverb density
E/R DLY
0.0–100.0 ms
Delay between early reflections and reverb
E/R BAL.
0–100%
Balance of early reflections and reverb
(0% = all reverb, 100% = all early reflections)
HPF
THRU, 21.2 Hz–8.00 kHz
High-pass filter cutoff frequency
LPF
50.0 Hz–16.0 kHz, THRU
Low-pass filter cutoff frequency
GATE LVL
OFF, –60 to 0 dB
Level at which gate kicks in
ATTACK
0–120 ms
Gate opening speed
HOLD
*1
Gate open time
DECAY
*2
Gate closing speed
*1. 0.02 ms–2.13 s (fs=44.1 kHz), 0.02 ms–1.96 s (fs=48 kHz)
*2. 6.0 ms–46.0 s (fs=44.1 kHz), 5.0 ms–42.3 s (fs=48 kHz)
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■ STEREO REVERB
Two input, two output stereo reverb.
Parameter
■ GATE REVERB, REVERSE GATE
One input, two output early reflections with gate, and early reflections with reverse gate.
Range
Description
Parameter
Range
0.3–99.0 s
Reverb time
TYPE
REV TYPE
Hall, Room, Stage, Plate
Reverb type
ROOMSIZE 0.1–20.0
INI. DLY
0.0–100.0 ms
Initial delay before reverb begins
LIVENESS
0–10
Early reflections decay characteristics (0 = dead, 10 = live)
HI. RATIO
0.1–1.0
High-frequency reverb time ratio
INI. DLY
0.0–500.0 ms
Initial delay before reverb begins
LO. RATIO
0.1–2.4
Low-frequency reverb time ratio
DIFF.
0–10
Reflection diffusion (left–right reflection spread)
DIFF.
0–10
Reverb diffusion (left–right reverb spread)
DENSITY
0–100%
Reflection density
DENSITY
0–100%
Reverb density
HI. RATIO
0.1–1.0
High-frequency feedback ratio
0–100%
Balance of early reflections and reverb (0% = all reverb, 100% = all early
reflections)
ER NUM.
1–19
Number of early reflections
FB GAIN
–99 to +99%
Feedback gain
E/R BAL.
Type-A, Type-B
Description
REV TIME
Type of early reflection simulation
Reflection spacing
HPF
THRU, 21.2 Hz–8.00 kHz
High-pass filter cutoff frequency
HPF
THRU, 21.2 Hz–8.00 kHz
High-pass filter cutoff frequency
LPF
50.0 Hz–16.0 kHz, THRU
Low-pass filter cutoff frequency
LPF
50.0 Hz–16.0 kHz, THRU
Low-pass filter cutoff frequency
■ MONO DELAY
One input, one output basic repeat delay.
■ EARLY REF.
One input, two output early reflections.
Parameter
Range
Parameter
Description
Range
Description
DELAY
0.0–2730.0 ms
Delay time
Type of early reflection simulation
FB. GAIN
–99 to +99%
Feedback gain (plus values for normal-phase feedback, minus values for
reverse-phase feedback)
ROOMSIZE 0.1–20.0
Reflection spacing
HI. RATIO
0.1–1.0
High-frequency feedback ratio
LIVENESS
0–10
Early reflections decay characteristics (0 = dead, 10 = live)
HPF
THRU, 21.2 Hz–8.00 kHz
High-pass filter cutoff frequency
INI. DLY
0.0–500.0 ms
Initial delay before reverb begins
LPF
50.0 Hz–16.0 kHz, THRU
Low-pass filter cutoff frequency
DIFF.
0–10
Reflection diffusion (left–right reflection spread)
SYNC
OFF/ON
Tempo parameter sync on/off
DENSITY
0–100%
Reflection density
NOTE
*1
Used in conjunction with TEMPO to determine DELAY
ER NUM.
1–19
Number of early reflections
FB GAIN
–99 to +99%
Feedback gain
HI. RATIO
0.1–1.0
High-frequency feedback ratio
HPF
THRU, 21.2 Hz–8.00 kHz
High-pass filter cutoff frequency
LPF
50.0 Hz–16.0 kHz, THRU
Low-pass filter cutoff frequency
TYPE
S-Hall, L-Hall, Random,
Revers, Plate, Spring
*1.
(Max. value depends on tempo setting)
■ STEREO DELAY
Two input, two output basic stereo delay.
Parameter
Description
0.0–1350.0 ms
Left channel delay time
DELAY R
0.0–1350.0 ms
Right channel delay time
FB. G L
–99 to +99%
Left channel feedback (plus values for normal-phase feedback, minus
values for reverse-phase feedback)
FB. G R
–99 to +99%
Right channel feedback (plus values for normal-phase feedback, minus
values for reverse-phase feedback)
HI. RATIO
0.1–1.0
High-frequency feedback ratio
HPF
THRU, 21.2 Hz–8.00 kHz
High-pass filter cutoff frequency
LPF
50.0 Hz–16.0 kHz, THRU
Low-pass filter cutoff frequency
SYNC
OFF/ON
Tempo parameter sync on/off
NOTE L
*1
Used in conjunction with TEMPO to determine left channel DELAY
NOTE R
*1
Used in conjunction with TEMPO to determine right channel DELAY
*1.
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DELAY L
(Maximum value depends on the tempo setting)
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■ MOD.DELAY
One input, two output basic repeat delay with modulation.
Parameter
■ ECHO
Two input, two output stereo delay with crossed feedback loop.
Range
Description
Parameter
Range
Description
DELAY
0.0–2725.0 ms
Delay time
DELAY L
0.0–1350.0 ms
Left channel delay time
FB. GAIN
–99 to +99%
Feedback gain (plus values for normal-phase feedback, minus values for
reverse-phase feedback)
DELAY R
0.0–1350.0 ms
Right channel delay time
FB.DLY L
0.0–1350.0 ms
Left channel feedback delay time
FB.DLY R
0.0–1350.0 ms
Right channel feedback delay time
FB. G L
–99 to +99%
Left channel feedback gain (plus values for normal-phase feedback, minus
values for reverse-phase feedback)
FB. G R
–99 to +99%
Right channel feedback gain (plus values for normal-phase feedback,
minus values for reverse-phase feedback)
LR FBG
–99 to +99%
Left to right channel feedback gain (plus values for normal-phase feedback,
minus values for reverse-phase feedback)
Right to left channel feedback gain (plus values for normal-phase feedback,
minus values for reverse-phase feedback)
HI. RATIO
0.1–1.0
High-frequency feedback ratio
FREQ.
0.05–40.00 Hz
Modulation speed
DEPTH
0–100%
Modulation depth
WAVE
Sine/Tri
Modulation waveform
HPF
THRU, 21.2 Hz–8.00 kHz
High-pass filter cutoff frequency
LPF
50.0 Hz–16.0 kHz, THRU
Low-pass filter cutoff frequency
SYNC
OFF/ON
Tempo parameter sync on/off
DLY.NOTE
*1
Used in conjunction with TEMPO to determine DELAY
RL FBG
–99 to +99%
MOD.NOTE
*2
Used in conjunction with TEMPO to determine FREQ
HI. RATIO
0.1–1.0
High-frequency feedback ratio
HPF
THRU, 21.2 Hz–8.00 kHz
High-pass filter cutoff frequency
LPF
50.0 Hz–16.0 kHz, THRU
Low-pass filter cutoff frequency
SYNC
OFF/ON
Tempo parameter sync on/off
NOTE L
*1
Used in conjunction with TEMPO to determine DELAY L
NOTE R
*1
Used in conjunction with TEMPO to determine DELAY R
NOTE FBL
*1
Used in conjunction with TEMPO to determine FB. D L
NOTE FBR
*1
Used in conjunction with TEMPO to determine FB. D R
*1.
*2.
(Maximum value depends on the tempo setting)
■ DELAY LCR
One input, two output 3-tap delay (left, center, right).
Parameter
Range
Description
*1.
(Maximum value depends on the tempo setting)
DELAY L
0.0–2730.0 ms
Left channel delay time
DELAY C
0.0–2730.0 ms
Center channel delay time
DELAY R
0.0–2730.0 ms
Right channel delay time
FB. DLY
0.0–2730.0 ms
Feedback delay time
LEVEL L
–100 to +100%
Left channel delay level
LEVEL C
–100 to +100%
Center channel delay level
Parameter
LEVEL R
–100 to +100%
Right channel delay level
FREQ.
FB. GAIN
–99 to +99%
Feedback gain (plus values for normal-phase feedback, minus values for
reverse-phase feedback)
AM DEPTH 0–100%
Amplitude modulation depth
PM DEPTH
0–100%
Pitch modulation depth
MOD. DLY
0.0–500.0 ms
Modulation delay time
WAVE
Sine, Tri
Modulation waveform
SYNC
OFF/ON
Tempo parameter sync on/off
NOTE
*1
Used in conjunction with TEMPO to determine FREQ.
LSH F
21.2 Hz–8.00 kHz
Low shelving filter frequency
LSH G
–12.0 to +12.0 dB
Low shelving filter gain
EQ F
100 Hz–8.00 kHz
EQ (peaking type) frequency
EQ G
–12.0 to +12.0 dB
EQ (peaking type) gain
EQ Q
10.0–0.10
EQ (peaking type) bandwidth
HSH F
50.0 Hz–16.0 kHz
High shelving filter frequency
HSH G
–12.0 to +12.0 dB
High shelving filter gain
■ CHORUS
Two input, two output chorus effect.
HI. RATIO
0.1–1.0
High-frequency feedback ratio
HPF
THRU, 21.2 Hz–8.00 kHz
High-pass filter cutoff frequency
LPF
50.0 Hz–16.0 kHz, THRU
Low-pass filter cutoff frequency
SYNC
OFF/ON
Tempo parameter sync on/off
NOTE L
*1
Used in conjunction with TEMPO to determine DELAY L
NOTE C
*1
Used in conjunction with TEMPO to determine DELAY C
NOTE R
*1
Used in conjunction with TEMPO to determine DELAY R
NOTE FB
*1
Used in conjunction with TEMPO to determine FB. DLY
*1.
(Maximum value depends on the tempo setting)
Range
0.05–40.00 Hz
Description
Modulation speed
*1.
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■ FLANGE
Two input, two output flange effect.
Parameter
■ PHASER
Two input, two output 16-stage phaser.
Range
FREQ.
0.05–40.00 Hz
DEPTH
MOD. DLY
Description
Parameter
Range
Description
Modulation speed
FREQ.
0.05–40.00 Hz
Modulation speed
0–100%
Modulation depth
DEPTH
0–100%
Modulation depth
0.0–500.0 ms
Modulation delay time
FB. GAIN
–99 to +99%
FB. GAIN
–99 to +99%
Feedback gain (plus values for normal-phase feedback, minus values for
reverse-phase feedback)
Feedback gain (plus values for normal-phase feedback, minus values for
reverse-phase feedback)
OFFSET
0–100
Lowest phase-shifted frequency offset
WAVE
Sine, Tri
Modulation waveform
PHASE
0.00–354.38 degrees
Left and right modulation phase balance
SYNC
OFF/ON
Tempo parameter sync on/off
STAGE
2, 4, 6, 8, 10, 12, 14, 16
Number of phase shift stages
Tempo parameter sync on/off
NOTE
*1
Used in conjunction with TEMPO to determine FREQ.
SYNC
OFF/ON
LSH F
21.2 Hz–8.00 kHz
Low shelving filter frequency
NOTE
*1
Used in conjunction with TEMPO to determine FREQ.
LSH G
–12.0 to +12.0 dB
Low shelving filter gain
LSH F
21.2 Hz–8.00 kHz
Low shelving filter frequency
EQ F
100 Hz–8.00 kHz
EQ (peaking type) frequency
LSH G
–12.0 to +12.0 dB
Low shelving filter gain
EQ G
–12.0 to +12.0 dB
EQ (peaking type) gain
HSH F
50.0 Hz–16.0 kHz
High shelving filter frequency
EQ Q
10.0–0.10
EQ (peaking type) bandwidth
HSH G
–12.0 to +12.0 dB
High shelving filter gain
HSH F
50.0 Hz–16.0 kHz
High shelving filter frequency
HSH G
–12.0 to +12.0 dB
High shelving filter gain
*1.
*1.
■ DYNA.FLANGE
Two input, two output dynamically controlled flanger.
■ SYMPHONIC
Two input, two output symphonic effect.
Parameter
Range
Parameter
Description
Modulation speed
Range
Description
SOURCE
INPUT, MIDI
Control source: input signal or MIDI Note On velocity
SENSE
0–100
Sensitivity
DIR.
UP, DOWN
Upward or downward frequency change
FREQ.
0.05–40.00 Hz
DEPTH
0–100%
Modulation depth
DECAY
*1
Decay speed
MOD. DLY
0.0–500.0 ms
Modulation delay time
OFFSET
0–100
Delay time offset
WAVE
Sine, Tri
Modulation waveform
SYNC
OFF/ON
Tempo parameter sync on/off
FB.GAIN
–99 to +99%
Feedback gain (plus values for normal-phase feedback, minus values for
reverse-phase feedback)
Low shelving filter frequency
NOTE
*1
Used in conjunction with TEMPO to determine FREQ.
LSH F
21.2 Hz–8.00 kHz
LSH F
21.2 Hz–8.00 kHz
Low shelving filter frequency
LSH G
–12.0 to +12.0 dB
Low shelving filter gain
LSH G
–12.0 to +12.0 dB
Low shelving filter gain
EQ F
100 Hz–8.00 kHz
EQ (peaking type) frequency
EQ F
100 Hz–8.00 kHz
EQ (peaking type) frequency
EQ G
–12.0 to +12.0 dB
EQ (peaking type) gain
10.0–0.10
EQ (peaking type) bandwidth
EQ G
–12.0 to +12.0 dB
EQ (peaking type) gain
EQ Q
EQ Q
10.0–0.10
EQ (peaking type) bandwidth
HSH F
50.0 Hz–16.0 kHz
High shelving filter frequency
HSH F
50.0 Hz–16.0 kHz
High shelving filter frequency
HSH G
–12.0 to +12.0 dB
High shelving filter gain
HSH G
–12.0 to +12.0 dB
High shelving filter gain
*1. 6.0 ms–46.0 s (fs=44.1 kHz), 5.0 ms–42.3 s (fs=48 kHz)
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■ DYNA.PHASER
Two input, two output dynamically controlled phaser.
Parameter
■ DUAL PITCH
Two input, two output pitch shifter.
Range
SOURCE
INPUT, MIDI
SENSE
DIR.
Description
Parameter
Range
Description
Control source: input signal or MIDI Note On velocity
PITCH 1
–24 to +24 semitones
0–100
Sensitivity
FINE 1
–50 to +50 cents
Channel #1 pitch shift fine
UP, DOWN
Upward or downward frequency change
LEVEL 1
–100 to +100%
DECAY
*1
Decay speed
Channel #1 level (plus values for normal phase, minus values for reverse
phase)
OFFSET
0–100
Lowest phase-shifted frequency offset
PAN 1
L63 to R63
Channel #1 pan
DELAY 1
0.0–1000.0 ms
Channel #1 delay time
FB.GAIN
–99 to +99%
Feedback gain (plus values for normal-phase feedback, minus values for
reverse-phase feedback)
FB. G 1
–99 to +99%
STAGE
2, 4, 6, 8, 10, 12, 14, 16
Number of phase shift stages
Channel #1 feedback gain (plus values for normal-phase feedback, minus
values for reverse-phase feedback)
LSH F
21.2 Hz–8.00 kHz
Low shelving filter frequency
MODE
1–10
Pitch shift precision
LSH G
–12.0 to +12.0 dB
Low shelving filter gain
PITCH 2
–24 to +24 semitones
Channel #2 pitch shift
HSH F
50.0 Hz–16.0 kHz
High shelving filter frequency
FINE 2
–50 to +50 cents
Channel #2 pitch shift fine
HSH G
–12.0 to +12.0 dB
High shelving filter gain
LEVEL 2
–100 to +100%
Channel #2 level (plus values for normal phase, minus values for reverse
phase)
PAN 2
L63 to R63
Channel #2 pan
DELAY 2
0.0–1000.0 ms
Channel #2 delay time
FB. G 2
–99 to +99%
Channel #2 feedback gain (plus values for normal-phase feedback, minus
values for reverse-phase feedback)
SYNC
OFF/ON
Tempo parameter sync on/off
NOTE 1
*1
Used in conjunction with TEMPO to determine Channel #1 delay
NOTE 2
*1
Used in conjunction with TEMPO to determine Channel #2 delay
*1. 6.0 ms–46.0 s (fs=44.1 kHz), 5.0 ms–42.3 s (fs=48 kHz)
■ HQ. PITCH
One input, two output high-quality pitch shifter.
Parameter
Range
Description
PITCH
–12 to +12 semitones
Pitch shift
FINE
–50 to +50 cents
Pitch shift fine
DELAY
0.0–1000.0 ms
Delay time
FB. GAIN
–99 to +99%
Feedback gain (plus values for normal-phase feedback, minus values for
reverse-phase feedback)
MODE
1–10
Pitch shift precision
*1.
SYNC
OFF/ON
Tempo parameter sync on/off
NOTE
*1
Used in conjunction with TEMPO to determine DELAY
*1.
Channel #1 pitch shift
(Maximum value depends on the tempo setting)
■ TREMOLO
Two input, two output tremolo effect.
Parameter
(Maximum value depends on the tempo setting)
Range
Description
FREQ.
0.05–40.00 Hz
Modulation speed
DEPTH
0–100%
Modulation depth
WAVE
Sine, Tri, Square
Modulation waveform
SYNC
OFF/ON
Tempo parameter sync on/off
NOTE
*1
Used in conjunction with TEMPO to determine FREQ.
LSH F
21.2 Hz–8.00 kHz
Low shelving filter frequency
LSH G
–12.0 to +12.0 dB
Low shelving filter gain
EQ F
100 Hz–8.00 kHz
EQ (peaking type) frequency
EQ G
–12.0 to +12.0 dB
EQ (peaking type) gain
EQ Q
10.0–0.10
EQ (peaking type) bandwidth
HSH F
50.0 Hz–16.0 kHz
High shelving filter frequency
HSH G
–12.0 to +12.0 dB
High shelving filter gain
*1.
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■ RING MOD.
Two input, two output ring modulator.
■ AUTOPAN
Two input, two output autopanner.
Parameter
FREQ.
Range
0.05–40.00 Hz
Description
Parameter
Range
Modulation speed
SOURCE
OSC, SELF
Description
Modulation source: oscillator or input signal
DEPTH
0–100%
Modulation depth
OSC FREQ
0.0–5000.0 Hz
Oscillator frequency
DIR.
*1
Panning direction
FM FREQ.
0.05–40.00 Hz
Oscillator frequency modulation speed
WAVE
Sine, Tri, Square
Modulation waveform
FM DEPTH
0–100%
Oscillator frequency modulation depth
SYNC
OFF/ON
Tempo parameter sync on/off
SYNC
OFF/ON
Tempo parameter sync on/off
NOTE
*2
Used in conjunction with TEMPO to determine FREQ.
FM NOTE
*1
Used in conjunction with TEMPO to determine FM FREQ
LSH F
21.2 Hz–8.00 kHz
Low shelving filter frequency
LSH G
–12.0 to +12.0 dB
Low shelving filter gain
EQ F
100 Hz–8.00 kHz
EQ (peaking type) frequency
EQ G
–12.0 to +12.0 dB
EQ (peaking type) gain
EQ Q
10.0–0.10
EQ (peaking type) bandwidth
HSH F
50.0 Hz–16.0 kHz
High shelving filter frequency
HSH G
–12.0 to +12.0 dB
High shelving filter gain
*1.
■ MOD.FILTER
Two input, two output modulation filter.
Parameter
*1. LR, LR, LR, Turn L, Turn R
*2.
■ ROTARY
One input, two output rotary speaker simulator.
Parameter
Range
Description
ROTATE
STOP, START
Rotation stop, start
SPEED
SLOW, FAST
Rotation speed (see SLOW and FAST parameters)
SLOW
0.05–10.00 Hz
SLOW rotation speed
FAST
0.05–10.00 Hz
FAST rotation speed
DRIVE
0–100
Overdrive level
ACCEL
0–10
Acceleration at speed changes
LOW
0–100
Low-frequency filter
HIGH
0–100
High-frequency filter
Range
Description
FREQ.
0.05–40.00 Hz
Modulation speed
DEPTH
0–100%
Modulation depth
PHASE
0.00–354.38 degrees
Left-channel modulation and right-channel modulation phase difference
TYPE
LPF, HPF, BPF
Filter type: low pass, high pass, band pass
OFFSET
0–100
Filter frequency offset
RESO.
0–20
Filter resonance
LEVEL
0–100
Output level
SYNC
OFF/ON
Tempo parameter sync on/off
NOTE
*1
Used in conjunction with TEMPO to determine FREQ
*1.
■ DYNA.FILTER
Two input, two output dynamically controlled filter.
Parameter
Range
Description
SOURCE
INPUT, MIDI
Control source: input signal or MIDI Note On velocity
SENSE
0–100
Sensitivity
DIR.
UP, DOWN
Upward or downward frequency change
DECAY
*1
Filter frequency change decay speed
TYPE
LPF, HPF, BPF
Filter type
OFFSET
0–100
Filter frequency offset
RESO.
0–20
Filter resonance
LEVEL
0–100
Output Level
*1. 6.0 ms–46.0 s (fs=44.1 kHz), 5.0 ms–42.3 s (fs=48 kHz)
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■ REV+CHORUS
One input, two output reverb and chorus effects in parallel.
Parameter
Range
REV TIME
0.3–99.0 s
INI. DLY
HI. RATIO
■ REV+FLANGE
One input, two output reverb and flanger effects in parallel.
Description
Parameter
Range
Description
Reverb time
REV TIME
0.3–99.0 s
Reverb time
0.0–500.0 ms
Initial delay before reverb begins
INI. DLY
0.0–500.0 ms
Initial delay before reverb begins
0.1–1.0
High-frequency reverb time ratio
HI. RATIO
0.1–1.0
High-frequency reverb time ratio
DIFF.
0–10
Spread
DIFF.
0–10
Spread
DENSITY
0–100%
Reverb density
DENSITY
0–100%
Reverb density
REV/CHO
0–100%
Reverb and chorus balance (0% = all reverb, 100% = all chorus)
REV/FLG
0–100%
Reverb and flange balance (0% = all reverb, 100% = all flange)
HPF
THRU, 21.2 Hz–8.00 kHz
High-pass filter cutoff frequency
HPF
THRU, 21.2 Hz–8.00 kHz
High-pass filter cutoff frequency
LPF
50.0 Hz–16.0 kHz, THRU
Low-pass filter cutoff frequency
LPF
50.0 Hz–16.0 kHz, THRU
Low-pass filter cutoff frequency
FREQ.
0.05–40.00 Hz
Modulation speed
FREQ.
0.05–40.00 Hz
Modulation speed
AM DEPTH 0–100%
Amplitude modulation depth
DEPTH
0–100%
Modulation depth
PM DEPTH
0–100%
Pitch modulation depth
MOD. DLY
0.0–500.0 ms
Modulation delay time
MOD. DLY
0.0–500.0 ms
Modulation delay time
WAVE
Sine, Tri
Modulation waveform
Feedback gain (plus values for normal-phase feedback, minus values for
reverse-phase feedback)
SYNC
NOTE
OFF/ON
Tempo parameter sync on/off
*1
Used in conjunction with TEMPO to determine FREQ.
FB. GAIN
–99 to +99%
WAVE
Sine, Tri
Modulation waveform
SYNC
OFF/ON
Tempo parameter sync on/off
NOTE
*1
Used in conjunction with TEMPO to determine FREQ.
*1.
*1.
■ REVCHORUS
One input, two output reverb and chorus effects in series.
Parameter
Range
■ REVFLANGE
One input, two output reverb and flanger effects in series.
Description
REV TIME
0.3–99.0 s
Reverb time
Parameter
INI. DLY
0.0–500.0 ms
Initial delay before reverb begins
REV TIME
0.3–99.0 s
Range
Reverb time
Description
HI. RATIO
0.1–1.0
High-frequency reverb time ratio
INI. DLY
0.0–500.0 ms
Initial delay before reverb begins
0.1–1.0
High-frequency reverb time ratio
DIFF.
0–10
Spread
HI. RATIO
DENSITY
0–100%
Reverb density
DIFF.
0–10
Spread
0–100%
Reverb density
0–100%
Reverb and chorused reverb balance
(0% = all chorused reverb, 100% = all reverb)
DENSITY
REV.BAL
REV.BAL
0–100%
HPF
THRU, 21.2 Hz–8.00 kHz
High-pass filter cutoff frequency
Reverb and flanged reverb balance
(0% = all flanged reverb, 100% = all reverb)
LPF
50.0 Hz–16.0 kHz, THRU
Low-pass filter cutoff frequency
HPF
THRU, 21.2 Hz–8.00 kHz
High-pass filter cutoff frequency
FREQ.
0.05–40.00 Hz
Modulation speed
LPF
50.0 Hz–16.0 kHz, THRU
Low-pass filter cutoff frequency
AM DEPTH 0–100%
Amplitude modulation depth
FREQ.
0.05–40.00 Hz
Modulation speed
PM DEPTH
Pitch modulation depth
DEPTH
0–100%
Modulation depth
MOD. DLY
0.0–500.0 ms
Modulation delay time
Feedback gain (plus values for normal-phase feedback, minus values for
reverse-phase feedback)
0–100%
MOD. DLY
0.0–500.0 ms
Modulation delay time
WAVE
Sine, Tri
Modulation waveform
SYNC
OFF/ON
Tempo parameter sync on/off
NOTE
*1
Used in conjunction with TEMPO to determine FREQ.
*1.
FB. GAIN
–99 to +99%
WAVE
Sine, Tri
Modulation waveform
SYNC
OFF/ON
Tempo parameter sync on/off
NOTE
*1
Used in conjunction with TEMPO to determine FREQ.
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■ REV+SYMPHO.
One input, two output reverb and symphonic effects in parallel.
Parameter
Range
■ REVPAN
This is a 1-in/2-out series-connected reverb and auto-pan effect.
Parameter
Description
Range
Description
Reverb time
REV TIME
0.3–99.0 s
0.0–500.0 ms
Initial delay before reverb begins
INI. DLY
0.0–500.0 ms
Initial delay before reverb begins
0.1–1.0
High-frequency reverb time ratio
HI. RATIO
0.1–1.0
High-frequency reverb time ratio
DIFF.
0–10
Spread
DIFF.
0–10
Spread
DENSITY
0–100%
Reverb density
DENSITY
0–100%
Reverb density
REV/SYM
0–100%
Reverb and symphonic balance (0% = all reverb, 100% = all symphonic)
REV.BAL
0–100%
HPF
THRU, 21.2 Hz–8.00 kHz
High-pass filter cutoff frequency
Reverb and panned reverb balance
(0% = all panned reverb, 100% = all reverb)
HPF
THRU, 21.2 Hz–8.00 kHz
High-pass filter cutoff frequency
LPF
50.0 Hz–16.0 kHz, THRU
Low-pass filter cutoff frequency
LPF
50.0 Hz–16.0 kHz, THRU
Low-pass filter cutoff frequency
FREQ.
0.05–40.00 Hz
Modulation speed
FREQ.
0.05–40.00 Hz
Modulation speed
DEPTH
0–100%
Modulation depth
DEPTH
0–100%
Modulation depth
MOD. DLY
0.0–500.0 ms
Modulation delay time
DIR.
*1
Panning direction
WAVE
Sine, Tri
Modulation waveform
WAVE
Sine, Tri, Square
Modulation waveform
SYNC
OFF/ON
Tempo parameter sync on/off
SYNC
OFF/ON
Tempo parameter sync on/off
NOTE
*1
Used in conjunction with TEMPO to determine FREQ.
NOTE
*2
Used in conjunction with TEMPO to determine FREQ.
REV TIME
0.3–99.0 s
INI. DLY
HI. RATIO
Reverb time
*1.
*1. LR, LR, LR, Turn L, Turn R
*2.
■ REVSYMPHO.
One input, two output reverb and symphonic effects in series.
■ DELAY+ER.
One input, two output delay and early reflections effects in parallel.
Parameter
Range
Parameter
Description
Range
Description
REV TIME
0.3–99.0 s
Reverb time
DELAY L
0.0–1000.0 ms
Left channel delay time
INI. DLY
0.0–500.0 ms
Initial delay before reverb begins
DELAY R
0.0–1000.0 ms
Right channel delay time
FB. DLY
0.0–1000.0 ms
Feedback delay time
HI. RATIO
0.1–1.0
High-frequency reverb time ratio
DIFF.
0–10
Spread
FB. GAIN
–99 to +99%
Feedback gain (plus values for normal-phase feedback, minus values for
reverse-phase feedback)
DENSITY
0–100%
Reverb density
HI. RATIO
0.1–1.0
High-frequency feedback ratio
REV.BAL
0–100%
Reverb and symphonic reverb balance
(0% = all symphonic reverb, 100% = all reverb)
DLY/ER
0–100%
Delay and early reflections balance
(0% = all delay, 100% = all early reflections)
HPF
THRU, 21.2 Hz–8.00 kHz
High-pass filter cutoff frequency
HPF
THRU, 21.2 Hz–8.00 kHz
High-pass filter cutoff frequency
LPF
50.0 Hz–16.0 kHz, THRU
Low-pass filter cutoff frequency
LPF
50.0 Hz–16.0 kHz, THRU
Low-pass filter cutoff frequency
FREQ.
0.05–40.00 Hz
Modulation speed
DEPTH
0–100%
Modulation depth
TYPE
S-Hall, L-Hall, Random,
Revers, Plate, Spring
ROOMSIZE 0.1–20.0
Type of early reflection simulation
Reflection spacing
MOD. DLY
0.0–500.0 ms
Modulation delay time
WAVE
Sine, Tri
Modulation waveform
LIVENESS
0–10
Early reflections decay characteristics (0 = dead, 10 = live)
INI. DLY
0.0–500.0 ms
Initial delay before reverb begins
DIFF.
0–10
Spread
DENSITY
0–100%
Reverb density
ER NUM.
1–19
Number of early reflections
SYNC
OFF/ON
Tempo parameter sync on/off
NOTE L
*1
Used in conjunction with TEMPO to determine left channel DELAY L
NOTE R
*1
Used in conjunction with TEMPO to determine right channel DELAY R
NOTE FB
*1
Used in conjunction with TEMPO to determine FB. DLY
SYNC
OFF/ON
Tempo parameter sync on/off
NOTE
*1
Used in conjunction with TEMPO to determine FREQ.
*1.
*1.
240
(Maximum value depends on the tempo setting)
Reference Manual
Appendices
■ DELAYER.
One input, two output delay and early reflections effects in series.
Parameter
Range
■ DELAY+REV
One input, two output delay and reverb effects in parallel.
Parameter
Description
Range
Description
Left channel delay time
DELAY L
0.0–1000.0 ms
Left channel delay time
0.0–1000.0 ms
Right channel delay time
DELAY R
0.0–1000.0 ms
Right channel delay time
0.0–1000.0 ms
Feedback delay time
FB. DLY
0.0–1000.0 ms
Feedback delay time
FB. GAIN
–99 to +99%
Feedback gain (plus values for normal-phase feedback, minus values for
reverse-phase feedback)
FB. GAIN
–99 to +99%
Feedback gain (plus values for normal-phase feedback, minus values for
reverse-phase feedback)
HI. RATIO
0.1–1.0
High-frequency feedback ratio
DELAY HI
0.1–1.0
Delay high-frequency feedback ratio
DLY.BAL
0–100%
Delay and early reflected delay balance
(0% = all early reflected delay, 100% = all delay)
DLY/REV
0–100%
Delay and reverb balance (0% = all delay, 100% = all reverb)
HPF
THRU, 21.2 Hz–8.00 kHz
High-pass filter cutoff frequency
HPF
THRU, 21.2 Hz–8.00 kHz
High-pass filter cutoff frequency
LPF
50.0 Hz–16.0 kHz, THRU
Low-pass filter cutoff frequency
LPF
50.0 Hz–16.0 kHz, THRU
Low-pass filter cutoff frequency
REV TIME
0.3–99.0 s
Reverb time
TYPE
S-Hall, L-Hall, Random,
Revers, Plate, Spring
Type of early reflection simulation
INI. DLY
0.0–500.0 ms
Initial delay before reverb begins
REV HI
0.1–1.0
High-frequency reverb time ratio
Spread
DELAY L
0.0–1000.0 ms
DELAY R
FB. DLY
ROOMSIZE 0.1–20.0
Reflection spacing
DIFF.
0–10
LIVENESS
0–10
Early reflections decay characteristics (0 = dead, 10 = live)
DENSITY
0–100%
Reverb density
INI. DLY
0.0–500.0 ms
Initial delay before reverb begins
SYNC
OFF/ON
Tempo parameter sync on/off
DIFF.
0–10
Spread
NOTE L
*1
Used in conjunction with TEMPO to determine left channel DELAY L
DENSITY
0–100%
Reverb density
NOTE R
*1
Used in conjunction with TEMPO to determine right channel DELAY R
ER NUM.
1–19
Number of early reflections
NOTE FB
*1
Used in conjunction with TEMPO to determine FB. DLY
SYNC
OFF/ON
Tempo parameter sync on/off
NOTE L
*1
Used in conjunction with TEMPO to determine left channel DELAY L
NOTE R
*1
Used in conjunction with TEMPO to determine right channel DELAY R
NOTE FB
*1
Used in conjunction with TEMPO to determine FB. DLY
*1.
*1.
(Maximum value depends on the tempo setting)
■ DELAYREV
One input, two output delay and reverb effects in series.
(Maximum value depends on the tempo setting)
Parameter
Description
0.0–1000.0 ms
Left channel delay time
DELAY R
0.0–1000.0 ms
Right channel delay time
FB. DLY
0.0–1000.0 ms
Feedback delay time
FB. GAIN
–99 to +99%
Feedback gain (plus values for normal-phase feedback, minus values for
reverse-phase feedback)
DELAY HI
0.1–1.0
Delay high-frequency feedback ratio
DLY.BAL
0–100%
Delay and delayed reverb balance
(0% = all delayed reverb, 100% = all delay)
HPF
THRU, 21.2 Hz–8.00 kHz
High-pass filter cutoff frequency
LPF
50.0 Hz–16.0 kHz, THRU
Low-pass filter cutoff frequency
REV TIME
0.3–99.0 s
Reverb time
INI. DLY
0.0–500.0 ms
Initial delay before reverb begins
REV HI
0.1–1.0
High-frequency reverb time ratio
DIFF.
0–10
Spread
DENSITY
0–100%
Reverb density
SYNC
OFF/ON
Tempo parameter sync on/off
NOTE L
*1
Used in conjunction with TEMPO to determine left channel DELAY L
NOTE R
*1
Used in conjunction with TEMPO to determine right channel DELAY R
NOTE FB
*1
Used in conjunction with TEMPO to determine FB. DLY
*1.
241
Range
DELAY L
(Maximum value depends on the tempo setting)
Reference Manual
Appendices
■ DISTDELAY
One input, two output distortion and delay effects in series.
Parameter
■ FREEZE
One input, two output basic sampler.
Range
Description
Parameter
Range
Description
DST TYPE
DST1, DST2, OVD1,
OVD2, CRUNCH
Distortion type (DST = distortion, OVD = overdrive)
DRIVE
0–100
Distortion drive
MASTER
0–100
Master volume
TONE
–10 to +10
Tone control
N. GATE
0–20
Noise reduction
SYNC
OFF/ON
Tempo parameter sync on/off
DLY.NOTE
*1
Used in conjunction with TEMPO to determine DELAY
MOD.NOTE
*2
Used in conjunction with TEMPO to determine FREQ.
DELAY
0.0–2725.0 ms
Delay time
FB. GAIN
–99 to +99%
Feedback gain (plus values for normal-phase feedback, minus values for
reverse-phase feedback)
START
*1
Playback start point in milliseconds
HI. RATIO
0.1–1.0
High-frequency feedback ratio
END
*1
Playback end point in milliseconds
FREQ.
0.05–40.00 Hz
Modulation speed
LOOP
*1
Loop start point in milliseconds
DEPTH
0–100%
Modulation depth
Number of times the sample plays
0–100%
Distortion and delay balance
(0% = all distortion, 100% = all delayed distortion)
0–100
DLY.BAL
LOOP
NUM
PITCH
–12 to +12 semitones
Playback pitch shift
FINE
–50 to +50 cents
Playback pitch shift fine
MIDI TRG
OFF, C1–C6, ALL
PLAY button can be triggered by using MIDI Note on/off messages.
START
[SAMPLE]
0–131000
Playback start point in samples
END
[SAMPLE]
0–131000
Playback end point in samples
LOOP
[SAMPLE]
0–131000
Loop start point in samples
*1.
*2.
■ MULTI FILTER
Two input, two output 3-band multi-filter (24 dB/octave).
Range
REC DLY
–1000 to +1000 ms
Recording delay. For plus values, recording starts after the trigger is
received. For minus values, recording starts before the trigger is received.
PLY MODE
MOMENT, CONTI.,
INPUT
In MOMENT mode, the sample plays only while the that the PLAY button is
pressed. In CONT mode, playback continues once the PLAY button has
been pressed. The number of times the sample plays is set using the LOOP
NUM parameter. In INPUT mode, playback is triggered by the input signal.
TRG LVL
–60 to 0 dB
Input trigger level (i.e., the signal level required to trigger recording or
playback)
TRG MASK 0–1000 ms
(Maximum value depends on the tempo setting)
Parameter
REC MODE MANUAL, INPUT
In MANUAL mode, recording is started by pressing the REC and PLAY
buttons. In INPUT mode, Record-Ready mode is engaged by pressing the
REC button, and actual recording is triggered by the input signal.
Description
Once playback has been triggered, subsequent triggers are ignored for the
duration of the TRG MASK time.
*1. 0.0–5941.0 ms (fs=44.1 kHz), 0.0 ms–5458.3 ms (fs=48 kHz)
TYPE 1
LPF, HPF, BPF
Filter 1 type: high pass, low pass, band pass
FREQ. 1
28.0 Hz–16.0 kHz
Filter 1 frequency
LEVEL 1
0–100
Filter 1 level
RESO. 1
0–20
Filter 1 resonance
TYPE 2
LPF, HPF, BPF
Filter 2 type: high pass, low pass, band pass
FREQ. 2
28.0 Hz–16.0 kHz
Filter 2 frequency
LEVEL 2
0–100
Filter 2 level
RESO. 2
0–20
Filter 2 resonance
DST TYPE
DST1, DST2, OVD1,
OVD2, CRUNCH
Distortion type (DST = distortion, OVD = overdrive)
TYPE 3
LPF, HPF, BPF
Filter 3 type: high pass, low pass, band pass
DRIVE
0–100
Distortion drive
FREQ. 3
28.0 Hz–16.0 kHz
Filter 3 frequency
MASTER
0–100
Master volume
LEVEL 3
0–100
Filter 3 level
TONE
–10 to +10
Tone
RESO. 3
0–20
Filter 3 resonance
N. GATE
0–20
Noise reduction
■ DISTORTION
One input, two output distortion effect.
Parameter
242
Range
Description
Reference Manual
Appendices
■ AMP SIMULATE
One input, two output guitar amp simulator.
Parameter
Range
■ COMP276S
This effect emulates the characteristics of analog compressors that are widely used in recording studios.
It produces a thick, strong frame sound suitable for drums and bass. You can link and control the L and
R channel parameters.
Description
AMP TYPE
*1
Guitar amp simulation type
DST TYPE
DST1, DST2, OVD1,
OVD2, CRUNCH
Distortion type (DST = distortion, OVD = overdrive)
DRIVE
0–100
MASTER
0–100
BASS
MIDDLE
Parameter
Range
Description
INPUT
–180 to 0 dB
Distortion drive
OUTPUT
–180 to 0 dB
Adjusts the output gain
Master volume
RATIO
1:2, 4:1, 8:1, 12:1, 20:1
Ratio of the compressor
0–100
Bass tone control
ATTACK
0.022–50.4 ms
Attack time of the compressor
0–100
Middle tone control
RELEASE
10.88–544.22 ms
Release time of the compressor
TREBLE
0–100
High tone control
N. GATE
0–20
Noise reduction
MAKE UP
OFF, ON
Automatically corrects output gain reduction when the compressor is
applied
CAB DEP
0–100%
Speaker cabinet simulation depth
EQ F
100 Hz–8.00 kHz
EQ (peaking type) frequency
SIDE HPF
OFF, ON
When the HPF in the side chain of the compressor is turned on, the
compression applied to the low range will be weakened, thus emphasizing
the low range.
EQ G
–12.0 to +12.0 dB
EQ (peaking type) gain
EQ Q
10.0–0.10
EQ (peaking type) bandwidth
■ COMP260
This effect emulates the characteristics of mid 70’s compressors/limiters that are the standard for live
SR. You can control two monaural channels independently. You can also link several parameters via
stereo links.
*1. STK-M1, STK-M2, THRASH, MIDBST, CMB-PG, CMB-VR, CMB-DX, CMB-TW, MINI, FLAT
■ COMP276
This effect emulates the characteristics of analog compressors that are widely used in recording studios.
It will produce a thick, strong frame sound suitable for drums and bass. You can control two monaural
channels independently.
Parameter
Range
Adjusts the input level
Parameter
Description
Range
Description
THRE.1
–60 to 0.0 dB
Threshold of CH compressor
KNEE1
SOFT, MEDIUM, HARD
Knee of CH1 compressor
ATTACK1
0.01–80.0 ms
Attack time of CH1 compressor
RELEASE1
6.2–999 ms
Release time of CH1 compressor
1.0–500, ∞
Ratio of CH1 compressor
Adjusts the CH1 output gain
INPUT 1
–180 to 0 dB
Adjusts the CH1 input level
RATIO1
OUTPUT 1
–180 to 0 dB
Adjusts the CH1 output gain
OUTPUT1
–20 to 40 dB
RATIO 1
2:1, 4:1, 8:1, 12:1, 20:1
Ratio for CH1 compressor
THRE.2
–60 to 0.0 dB
Threshold of CH2 compressor
SOFT, MEDIUM, HARD
Knee of CH2 compressor
ATTACK 1
0.022–50.4 ms
Attack time for CH1 compressor
KNEE2
RELEASE1
10.88–544.22 ms
Release time for CH1 compressor
ATTACK2
0.01–80.0 ms
Attack time of CH2 compressor
OFF, ON
Automatically corrects output gain reduction when CH1 compressor is
applied
RELEASE2
6.2–999 ms
Release time of CH2 compressor
RATIO2
1.0–500, ∞
Ratio of CH2 compressor
OUTPUT2
–20 to 40 dB
Adjusts the CH2 output gain
OFF, ON
When the HPF in the side chain of the CH1 compressor is turned on, the
compression applied to the low range will be weakened, thus emphasizing
the low range.
ST LINK
OFF, ON
Links CH1 and CH2 as a stereo pair. THRE., KNEE, ATTACK, RELEASE, and
RATIO parameters are linked; OUTPUT parameter is not linked
MAKE UP1
SIDEHPF1
INPUT 2
–180 to 0 dB
OUTPUT 2
–180 to 0 dB
Adjusts the CH2 input level
Adjusts the CH2 output gain
RATIO 2
2:1, 4:1, 8:1, 12:1, 20:1
Ratio of CH2 compressor
ATTACK 2
0.022–50.4 ms
Attack time of CH2 compressor
RELEASE2
10.88–544.22 ms
Release time of CH2 compressor
MAKE UP2
OFF, ON
Automatically corrects output gain reduction when the CH2 compressor is
applied
SIDEHPF2
OFF, ON
When the HPF in the side chain of the CH2 compressor is turned on, the
compression applied to the low range will be weakened, thus emphasizing
the low range.
■ COMP260S
This effect emulates the characteristics of mid 70’s compressors/limiters that are the standard for live
SR. You can link and control the L and R channel parameters.
Parameter
243
Range
Description
THRE.
–60 to 0.0 dB
Threshold of the compressor
KNEE
SOFT, MEDIUM, HARD
Knee of the compressor
ATTACK
0.01–80.0 ms
Attack time of the compressor
RELEASE
6.2–999 ms
Release time of the compressor
RATIO
1.0–500, ∞
Ratio of the compressor
OUTPUT
–20 to 40 dB
Adjusts the output gain
Reference Manual
Appendices
■ OPENDECK
It emulates the tape compression created by two open reel tape recorders (a recording deck and a
playback deck.) You can change the sound quality by adjusting various elements, such as the deck type,
tape quality, playback speed, etc.
■ EQUALIZER601
This effect emulates the characteristics of 70’s analog equalizers. Re-creating the distortion of typical
analog circuits will add drive to the sound.
Parameter
Range
Description
LO TYPE
HPF-2/1, LSH-1/2
Type of EQ1
LO F
16.0 Hz to 20.0 kHz
Cut-off frequency of EQ1
LO G
–18.0 to +18.0 dB
Gain of EQ1
MID1 Q
0.50–16.0
Q of EQ2
MID1 F
16.0 Hz to 20.0 kHz
Center frequency of EQ2
MID1 G
–18.0 to +18.0 dB
MID2 Q
0.50–16.0
MID2 F
16.0 Hz to 20.0 kHz
Center frequency of EQ3
MID2 G
–18.0 to +18.0 dB
Gain of EQ3
INPUT
–18.0 to +18.0 dB
OUTPUT
–18.0 to +18.0 dB
MID3 Q
0.50–16.0
Q of EQ4
MID3 F
16.0 Hz to 20.0 kHz
Center frequency of EQ4
MID3 G
–18.0 to +18.0 dB
Gain of EQ4
MID4 Q
0.50–16.0
Q of EQ5
MID4 F
16.0 Hz to 20.0 kHz
Center frequency of EQ5
MID4 G
–18.0 to +18.0 dB
Gain of EQ5
HI TYPE
LPF-2/1, HSH-1/2
Type of EQ6
HI F
16.0 Hz to 20.0 kHz *1
Cut-off frequency of EQ6
HI G
–18.0 to +18.0 dB
Gain of EQ6
LO SW
OFF, ON
Switches EQ1 on/off
MID1 SW
OFF, ON
Switches EQ2 on/off
Description
REC DEC
Selects the recording deck type
REC LVL
–96.0 to +18.0 dB
Adjusts the input level of the recording deck. As you raise the level, tape
compression is generated, which narrows the dynamic range and distorts
the sound
Gain of EQ2
REC HI
–6.0 to +6.0 dB
Adjusts the high range gain of the recording deck
Q of EQ3
REC BIAS
–1.00 to +1.00
Adjusts the bias of the recording deck
REPR DEC
Swss70, Swss78, Swss85,
Amer70
Selects the playback deck type
Input gain
REPR LVL
–96.0 to +18.0 dB
Adjusts the output level of the playback deck
Output gain
REPR HI
–6.0 to +6.0 dB
Adjusts the high range gain of the playback deck
REPR LO
–6.0 to +6.0 dB
Adjusts the low range gain of the playback deck
MAKE UP
Off, On
When you adjust the REC LVL, the REPR LVL reflects the change,
maintaining the relative output level. You can change the amount of
distortion without changing the output level.
TP SPEED
15ips, 30ips
Selects the tape speed
TP KIND
Old, New
Selects the tape type
OFF, ON
Switches EQ3 on/off
MID3 SW
OFF, ON
Switches EQ4 on/off
MID4 SW
OFF, ON
Switches EQ5 on/off
HI SW
OFF, ON
Switches EQ6 on/off
CLEAN, DRIVE
Range
Swss70, Swss78, Swss85,
Amer70
MID2 SW
TYPE
Parameter
■ M.BAND DYNA.
Two input, two output 3-band dynamics processor, with individual solo and gain reduction metering
for each band.
Parameter
L-M XOVER
Selects the equalizer type. The CLEAN equalizer provides non-distorted,
clear, typical digital sound, emulating variations in frequency response in
the analog circuits. The DRIVE equalizer provides distorted, driven sound
that enhances analog flavor, emulating changes in frequency response in
the analog circuits.
*1. 16.0 Hz to 20.0 kHz (LPF-1, LPF-2), 1.0 kHz to 20.0 kHz (HSH-1, HSH-2)
244
Range
21.2 Hz–8.00 kHz
Description
Crossover frequency between the low and mid bands
M-H XOVER 21.2 Hz–8.00 kHz
Crossover frequency between the mid and high bands
SLOPE
–6 dB, –12 dB
Filter slope
LOW GAIN
–12.0 dB to +12.0 dB
Low band gain
MID GAIN
–12.0 dB to +12.0 dB
Mid band gain
HI. GAIN
–12.0 dB to +12.0 dB
High band gain
TOTAL
–72.0 dB to +12.0 dB
Overall gain
CEILING
–6.0 dB to 0.0 dB, OFF
Restricts the output so that it will not exceed the specified level
CMP.THRE
–24.0 dB to 0.0 dB
Threshold of the compressor
CMP.RAT
1:1 to 20:1
Ratio of the compressor
CMP.ATK
0–120 ms
Attack time of the compressor
CMP.REL
*1
Release time of the compressor
CMP.KNEE
0–5
Knee of the compressor
CMP.BYP
OFF/ON
Bypasses the compressor
EXP.THRE
–54.0 dB to –24.0 dB
Threshold of the expander
EXP.RAT
1:1 to 5:1
Ratio of the expander
EXP.REL
*1
Release time of the expander
EXP.BYP
OFF/ON
Bypasses the expander
LIM.THRE
–12.0 dB to 0.0 dB
Threshold of the limiter
LIM.ATK
0–120 ms
Attack time of the limiter
Reference Manual
Appendices
Parameter
Range
Premium Rack Processor Parameters
Description
LIM.REL
*1
Release time of the limiter
LIM.KNEE
0–5
Knee of the limiter
LIM.BYP
OFF/ON
Bypasses the limiter
PRESENCE
–10 to +10
Positive (+) values lower the threshold of the high band and raise the
threshold of the low band. Negative (–) values do the opposite. If this is
set to 0, the high, mid, and low bands will be affected in the same way.
■ Portico5033
This models an analog 5-band EQ made by the RND company.
Parameter
Range
Description
Turns bypass on/off for the EQ. Even in the bypassed state, the signal will
pass through the input/output transformers and the amp circuit.
LOOKUP
0.0–100.0 ms
Lookup delay
ALL BYPASS OFF, ON
MAKE UP
OFF/ON
Automatically adjusts the output level
TRIM
–12.0 to 12.0 dB
Input gain
LF FREQ
30.00 to 300.0 Hz
Center frequency of the LF band
LF GAIN
–12.0 to 12.0 dB
Gain of the LF band
LMF IN
OFF, ON
Switches the LMF band on/off
LMF Q
0.70 to 5.00
Q of the LMF band
LMF FREQ
50.00 to 400.0 Hz
Center frequency of the LMF band
LMF GAIN
–12.0 to 12.0 dB
Gain of the LMF band
MF IN
OFF, ON
Switches the MF band on/off
MF Q
0.70 to 5.00
Q of the MF band
MF FREQ
330.0 to 2500 Hz
Center frequency of the MF band
MF GAIN
–12.0 to 12.0 dB
Gain of the MF band
HMF IN
OFF, ON
Switches the HMF band on/off
HMF Q
0.70 to 5.00
Q of the HMF band
HMF FREQ
1.80k to 16.0k Hz
Center frequency of the HMF band
HMF GAIN
–12.0 to 12.0 dB
Gain of the HMF band
LF/HF IN
OFF, ON
Switches the LF/HF bands on/off
HF FREQ
2.50k to 25.0k Hz
Center frequency of the HF band
HF GAIN
–12.0 to 12.0 dB
Gain of the HF band
*1. 6.0 ms–46.0 s (fs=44.1 kHz), 5.0 ms–42.3 s (fs=48 kHz)
■ M.BAND COMP
Two input, two output 3-band compressor, with individual solo and gain reduction metering for each
band.
Parameter
L-M XOVER
Range
21.2 Hz–8.00 kHz
Description
Crossover frequency between the low and mid bands
M-H XOVER 21.2 Hz–8.00 kHz
Crossover frequency between the mid and high bands
SLOPE
–6 dB, –12 dB
Filter slope
LOW GAIN
–12.0 dB to +12.0 dB
Low band gain
MID GAIN
–12.0 dB to +12.0 dB
Mid band gain
HI. GAIN
–12.0 dB to +12.0 dB
High band gain
TOTAL
–72.0 dB to +12.0 dB
Overall gain
CEILING
–6.0 dB to 0.0dB, OFF
Restricts the output so that it will not exceed the specified level
LOW THRE
–54.0 dB to 0.0 dB
Threshold of the low band compressor
LOW RAT
1:1 to 20:1
Ratio of the low band compressor
LOW ATK
0–120 ms
Attack time of the low band compressor
LOW REL
*1
Release time of the low band compressor
LOW KNEE
0–5
Knee of the low band compressor
LOW BYP
OFF/ON
Bypasses the low band compressor
MID THRE
–54.0 dB to 0.0 dB
Threshold of the mid band compressor
MID RAT
1:1 to 20:1
Ratio of the mid band compressor
MID ATK
0–120 ms
Attack time of the mid band compressor
■ Portico5043
This models an analog compressor/limiter made by the RND company.
Parameter
Range
IN
OFF, ON
Description
Turns bypass on/off for the compressor. When bypassed, the button will
be unlit. However even in the bypassed state, the signal will pass through
the input/output transformers and the amp circuit.
MID REL
*1
Release time of the mid band compressor
FB
OFF, ON
Switches between feed-forward type and feed-back type.
MID KNEE
0–5
Knee of the mid band compressor
THRESHOLD
–50.0 to 0.0 dB
Threshold level
MID BYP
OFF/ON
Bypasses the mid band compressor
RATIO
1.10 : 1 to 28.9 : 1, LIMIT Compression ratio
HI. THRE
–54.0 dB to 0.0 dB
Threshold of the high band compressor
ATTACK
20 to 75 ms
HI. RAT
1:1 to 20:1
Ratio of the high band compressor
RELEASE
100 ms to 2.50 sec
Release time
HI. ATK
0–120 ms
Attack time of the high band compressor
GAIN
–6.0 to 20.0 dB
Output level
HI. RAT
*1
Release time of the high band compressor
HI. KNEE
0–5
Knee of the high band compressor
HI. BYP
OFF/ON
Bypasses the high band compressor
LOOKUP
0.0–100.0 ms
Lookup delay
MAKE UP
OFF/ON
Automatically adjusts the output level
Attack time
*1. 6.0 ms–46.0 s (fs=44.1 kHz), 5.0 ms–42.3 s (fs=48 kHz)
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■ U76
This models a well-known vintage compressor/limiter used in a wide range of situations.
Parameter
Range
■ Dynamic EQ
This is a newly developed equalizer that dynamically changes the EQ gain in response to the input
signal, controlling the amount of EQ cut or boost in a way similar to a compressor or expander.
Description
Parameter
Range
Description
INPUT
–96.0 to 0.0 dB
Input level
OUTPUT
–96.0 to 0.0 dB
Output level
BAND ON/OFF
OFF, ON
Turns the corresponding band on/off
ATTACK
5.50 to 0.10 ms
Attack time of the compressor. Turning this all the way to the right produces
the fastest attack.
SIDECHAIN CUE
OFF, ON
If this is on, the sidechain signal that controls the dynamics will
be sent to the CUE bus for monitoring.
RELEASE
1100.0 to 56.4 ms
Release time of the compressor. Turning this all the way to the right produces
the fastest release.
SIDECHAIN LISTEN
OFF, ON
RATIO
ALL, 4, 8, 12, 20
Switches the compression ratio. Pressing ALL produces the strongest effect.
If this is on, the sidechain signal that is linked to the dynamics
will be output to the bus (such as the STEREO bus or a MIX/
MATRIX bus) to which the inserted channel is being sent.
METER
OFF, +4, +8, GR
Switches the meter display
FILTER TYPE
Low Shelf, Bell, Hi Shelf
Switches the type of equalizer and sidechain filter
FREQUENCY
20.0 to 20.0k Hz
Frequency controlled by the equalizer and sidechain filter
Q
15.0 to 0.50
Q of the equalizer and sidechain filter
THRESHOLD
–80.0 to 10.0 dB
Threshold value at which processing begins to apply
RATIO
∞ : 1 to 1 : 1.50
Sets the boost/cut ratio relative to the input signal.
MODE
BELOW, ABOVE
Specifies whether the processor will operate when the
sidechain signal exceeds the threshold setting (ABOVE) or
when it falls below the threshold setting (BELOW)
ATTACK/RELEASE
FAST, SLOW, AUTO
Attack time/release time for when compression or boost is
applied
■ Opt-2A
This processor emulates a well-known vintage model of vacuum tube opto compressor.
Parameter
Range
Description
GAIN
–56.0 dB to 40.0 dB
Output level
PEAK REDUCTION
–48.0 dB to 48.0 dB
Amount of gain reduction
RATIO
2.00 to 10.00
Compression ratio
METER SELECT
OUTPUT+10, GAIN REDUCTION,
OUTPUT+4
Switches the meter display
■ EQ-1A
This processor emulates a vintage EQ that’s considered a classic example of a passive EQ.
Parameter
Range
Description
LOW FREQUENCY
20, 30, 60, 100 Hz
Frequency range of the low range filter
(LOW) BOOST
0.0 to 10.0
Boost amount of the low range filter
(LOW) ATTEN
0.0 to 10.0
Attenuation amount of the low range filter
HIGH FREQUENCY
3k, 4k, 5k, 8k, 10k, 12k, 16k Hz
Frequency range of the high range filter
(HIGH) BOOST
0.0 to 10.0
Boost amount of the high range filter
(HIGH) BAND WIDTH 0.0 to 10.0
Band width of the high range filter
(HIGH) ATTEN SEL
5k, 10k, 20k Hz
Frequency range attenuated by the high range filter
(HIGH) ATTEN
0.0 to 10.0
Attenuation amount of the high range filter
IN
OFF, ON
Turns the processor on/off. If this is off, the filter section
will be bypassed, but the signal will pass through the
input/output transformers and the amp circuit.
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Effects and tempo synchronization
Example 2:
When SYNC=ON, DELAY=250 ms, NOTE=8th note, you change TEMPO from 120 to 121
DELAY = NOTE x 4 x (60 / new TEMPO)
= (1/8) x 4 x (60/121)
= 0.2479 (sec)
= 247.9 (ms)
Thus, the TEMPO will change from 250 ms to 247.9 ms.
*a Rounded values are used for the calculation results.
Some effects of the CL series can be synchronized with the tempo. There are two such types of effect;
delay-type effects and modulation-type effects. For delay-type effects, the delay time will change
according to the tempo. For modulation-type effects, the frequency of the modulation signal will
change according to the tempo.
Parameters related to tempo synchronization
The following five parameters are related to tempo synchronization.
1) SYNC 2) NOTE 3) TEMPO 4) DELAY 5) FREQ.
SYNC: .................................This is the on/off switch for tempo synchronization.
NOTE and TEMPO: .........These are the basic parameters for tempo synchronization.
DELAY and FREQ.: ..........DELAY is the delay time, and FREQ. is the frequency of the
modulation signal. These directly affect the way in which the effect
sound will change. DELAY is relevant only for delay-type effects, and
FREQ. is relevant only for modulation-type effects.
Ranges of the NOTE and TEMPO values
The ranges of the NOTE and TEMPO values are limited by the ranges of the DELAY or FREQ. values.
You cannot set NOTE or TEMPO values that would cause DELAY or FREQ. to exceed their maximum
possible values when synchronized to tempo. This limitation also applies even when SYNC is OFF.
Special characteristics of the TEMPO parameter
The TEMPO parameter has the following characteristics that are unlike other parameters.
• It is a common value shared by all effects
• You cannot stored it to or recall it from the Effects Library. (You can store it to and recall it from a
Scene.)
This means that the TEMPO value may not necessarily be the same when an effect is recalled as when
that effect was stored. Here is an example.
Store the effect: TEMPO=120  Change TEMPO to 60  Recall the effect: TEMPO=60
Normally when you change the TEMPO, the DELAY (or FREQ.) will be re-set accordingly. However if
the DELAY (or FREQ.) were changed, the effect would sound differently when recalled than when it
was stored. To prevent the effect from changing in this way between store and recall, the CL series does
not update the DELAY (or FREQ.) value when an effect is recalled, even if the TEMPO is no longer the
same as when that effect was stored.
How the parameters are related
Tempo synchronization calculates the DELAY (or FREQ.) value*a from the TEMPO and NOTE.
Turn SYNC ON
Change NOTE → DELAY (or FREQ.) will be set
In this case, the DELAY (or FREQ.) value is calculated as follows.
DELAY (or FREQ.) = NOTE x 4 x (60/TEMPO)
Change TEMPO → DELAY (or FREQ.) will be set
In this case, the DELAY (or FREQ.) value is calculated as follows.
DELAY = NOTE x 4 x (60/TEMPO) sec
FREQ. = (TEMPO/60) / (NOTE x 4) Hz
* The NOTE parameter is calculated based on the following values.
Example 1:
When SYNC=ON, DELAY=250 ms, TEMPO=120, you change NOTE from 8th note to quarter
note
DELAY = new NOTE x 4 x (60/TEMPO)
= (1/4) x 4 x (60/120)
= 0.5 (sec)
= 500 ms
Thus, the DELAY will change from 250 ms to 500 ms.
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= 1/48
= 1/24
= 1/16
= 1/12
= 3/32
= 1/8
= 1/6
= 3/16
= 1/4
= 3/8
= 1/2
= 3/4
= 1/1
= 2/1
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Parameters that can be assigned to control changes
Mode
Parameter 1
Parameter 2
MATRIX 1 POINT – MATRIX 8 POINT
Mode
NO ASSIGN
Parameter 1
INPUT
MATRIX 1 LEVEL L – MATRIX 8 LEVEL L
MATRIX 1 POINT – MATRIX 8 POINT
OUTPUT
MIX 1–MIX 24
MATRIX 1–MATRIX 8
STEREO L–MONO(C)
INPUT
CH 1–CH 72*1
STIN1L–STIN8R
OUTPUT
MIX 1–MIX 24
MATRIX 1–MATRIX 8
STEREO L–MONO(C)
MATRIX 1 ON – MATRIX 8 ON
STEREO TO MATRIX
MATRIX 1/2 PAN – MATRIX 7/8 PAN
ON
LOW Q
LOW FREQ
OUTPUT
MIX 1–MIX 24
MATRIX 1–MATRIX 8
STEREO L–MONO(C)
LOW MID Q
LOW GAIN
LOW MID FREQ
LOW MID GAIN
72*1
CH 1–CH
STIN1L–STIN8R
INPUT
CH 1–CH 72*1
OUTPUT
MIX 1–MIX 24
MATRIX 1–MATRIX 8
STEREO L–MONO(C)
ON
CH 1–CH 72*1
INPUT EQ
HIGH GAIN
LPF ON
*1
OUTPUT
INPUT ATT
TO STEREO
ON
CH 1–CH 72*1
STIN1L–STIN8R
INPUT HPF
LCR
CSR
LOW TYPE
HIGH TYPE
CH 1–CH 72*1
STIN1L–STIN8R
FREQ
LOW FREQ
LOW GAIN
LOW MID Q
MATRIX 1 ON – MATRIX 8 ON
LOW MID FREQ
MIX 1 POINT – MIX 24 POINT
LOW MID GAIN
MIX 1 LEVEL L – MIX 24 LEVEL L
HIGH MID Q
OUTPUT EQ
*1
CH 1–CH 72
STIN1L–STIN8R
HIGH MID FREQ
HIGH MID GAIN
MATRIX 1 LEVEL H – MATRIX 8 LEVEL H
HIGH Q
MATRIX 1 LEVEL L – MATRIX 8 LEVEL L
HIGH FREQ
MIX 1/2 PAN – MIX 23/24 PAN
HIGH GAIN
MATRIX1/2 PAN – MATRIX7/8 PAN
LOW TYPE
TO MONO ON
CH 1–CH 72*1
STIN1L–STIN8R
LOW Q
CH 1–CH 72*1
STIN1L–STIN8R
MIX 1–MIX 24
MIX 1–MIX 24
MATRIX 1–MATRIX 8
STEREO L–MONO(C)
HIGH TYPE
TO STEREO ON
MIX TO STEREO
ON
CH 1–CH 72*1
STIN1L–STIN8R
ON
MATRIX 1 POINT – MATRIX 8 POINT
MIX/MATRIX SEND
INPUT
MIX 1 ON – MIX24 ON
MIX 1 LEVEL H – MIX 24 LEVEL H
CH 1–CH 72*1
STIN1L–STIN8R
HIGH FREQ
BALANCE
ON
HIGH MID FREQ
HIGH Q
MIX 1–MIX 24
MATRIX 1–MATRIX 8
STEREO L–STEREO R
ON
HIGH MID Q
HIGH MID GAIN
CH 1–CH 72
STIN1L–STIN8R
TO MONO
STEREO L–MONO(C)
MATRIX 1 LEVEL L – MATRIX 8 LEVEL L
INPUT
PAN/BALANCE
MATRIX 1 LEVEL H – MATRIX 8 LEVEL H
CH 1–CH 72*1
STIN1L–STIN8R
INPUT
MIX 1–MIX 24
MATRIX 1/2 PAN – MATRIX 7/8 PAN
INPUT
CH ON
DIRECT OUT
MATRIX 1 LEVEL H – MATRIX 8 LEVEL H
CH 1–CH 72*1
STIN1L–STIN8R
FADER L
INSERT
MIX TO MATRIX
0
FADER H
PHASE
MATRIX 1 ON – MATRIX 8 ON
Parameter 2
—
LOW HPF ON
MIX 1–MIX 24
HIGH LPF ON
PAN
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Mode
OUTPUT ATT
Parameter 1
OUTPUT
Parameter 2
Mode
MIX1-MIX24
MATRIX1-MATRIX8
STEREO L-MONO(C)
GEQ
ON
PREMIUM RACK A
THRESHOLD
RANGE
PREMIUM RACK B
HOLD H
INPUT DYNAMICS1
DECAY/RELEASE H
CH 1–CH 72*1
STIN1L–STIN8R
ON B
GAIN A 1 – GAIN A 31
BYPASS
PARAM 1 H – PARAM 64 L
BYPASS
PARAM 1 H – PARAM 64 L
MUTE MASTER
KNEE/WIDTH
FADER H
Rack1–8
DCA 1–DCA 16
ON
MASTER 1–MASTER 8
ON
CH 1–CH 72*1
STIN1L–STIN8R
MIX 1–MIX 24
MATRIX 1–MATRIX 8
STEREO L–MONO(C)
GEQ RACK 1A–16B
EFFECT RACK 1A–8B
PREMIUM RACK 1A–8B
DCA 1–DCA16
GAIN H
GAIN L
ON
RECALL SAFE
ATTACK
THRESHOLD
RELEASE H
RATIO
Rack1–8
FADER L
RATIO
RELEASE L
Rack1–16
ON
DCA
DECAY/RELEASE L
INPUT DYNAMICS2
Parameter 2
GAIN B 1 – GAIN B 31
ATTACK
HOLD L
Parameter 1
ON A
CH 1–CH 72*1
STIN1L–STIN8R
*1. CL3: CH1-CH64, CL1: CH1-CH48
GAIN H
GAIN L
KNEE/WIDTH
FILTER FREQ
ON
ATTACK
THRESHOLD
RELEASE H
OUTPUT DYNAMICS1
RELEASE L
RATIO
MIX 1–MIX 24
MATRIX 1–MATRIX 8
STEREO L–MONO(C)
GAIN H
GAIN L
KNEE/WIDTH
BYPASS
EFFECT
MIX BALANCE
Rack1–8
PARAM 1 H – PARAM 32 L
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NRPN parameter assignments
Parameter
INPUT
FADER
MIX1-20, MATRIX,
STEREO LR
MIX9 SEND
MIX10 SEND
MIX11 SEND
MIX12 SEND
INPUT to MIX9-16 LEVEL
MIX13 SEND
MIX14 SEND
MIX15 SEND
MIX16 SEND
MATRIX1 SEND
MATRIX2 SEND
INPUT to MATRIX1-4
LEVEL
MATRIX3 SEND
MATRIX4 SEND
MATRIX1 SEND
MATRIX2 SEND
MATRIX3 SEND
MATRIX4 SEND
MIX1-20, STEREO LR to
MATRIX LEVEL
MATRIX5 SEND
MATRIX6 SEND
MATRIX7 SEND
MATRIX8 SEND
INPUT
ON
MIX1-20, MATRIX,
STEREO LR
MIX9 SEND
MIX10 SEND
MIX11 SEND
MIX12 SEND
INPUT to MIX9-16 ON
MIX13 SEND
MIX14 SEND
MIX15 SEND
MIX16 SEND
MATRIX1 SEND
MATRIX2 SEND
INPUT to MATRIX1-4 ON
MATRIX3 SEND
MATRIX4 SEND
MATRIX1 SEND
MATRIX2 SEND
MATRIX3 SEND
MATRIX4 SEND
MIX1-20, STEREO LR to
MATRIX ON
MATRIX5 SEND
MATRIX6 SEND
MATRIX7 SEND
MATRIX8 SEND
MIX1-8 to STEREO ON
MIX TO ST
PHASE
INPUT
From (HEX)
0000
To (HEX)
0057
0060
007D
007E
00DE
013E
019E
01FE
025E
02BE
031E
037E
03DE
043E
049E
04FE
0514
052A
0540
0556
056C
0582
0598
05B6
00D5
0135
0195
01F5
0255
02B5
0315
0375
03D5
0435
0495
04F5
0513
0529
053F
0555
056B
0581
0597
05AD
060D
0616
0633
0634
0694
06F4
0754
07B4
0814
0874
08D4
0934
0994
09F4
0A54
0AB4
0ACA
0AE0
0AF6
0B0C
0B22
0B38
0B4E
0B64
0B6C
068B
06EB
074B
07AB
080B
086B
08CB
092B
098B
09EB
0A4B
0AAB
0AC9
0ADF
0AF5
0B0B
0B21
0B37
0B4D
0B63
0B6B
0BC3
Parameter
INPUT
INSERT ON
MIX1-20, MATRIX,
STEREO LR
MIX9 SEND
MIX10 SEND
MIX11 SEND
MIX12 SEND
INPUT to MIX9-16 PRE/
POST
MIX13 SEND
MIX14 SEND
MIX15 SEND
MIX16 SEND
MATRIX1 SEND
MATRIX2 SEND
INPUT to MATRIX1-4
PRE/POST
MATRIX3 SEND
MATRIX4 SEND
MIX1 SEND
MIX2 SEND
MIX3 SEND
MIX4 SEND
INPUT57-64 to MIX1-8
LEVEL
MIX5 SEND
MIX6 SEND
MIX7 SEND
MIX8 SEND
MATRIX5 SEND
MATRIX6 SEND
INPUT57-64 to
MATRIX5-8 LEVEL
MATRIX7 SEND
MATRIX8 SEND
MIX1 SEND
MIX2 SEND
MIX3 SEND
MIX4 SEND
INPUT57-64 to MIX1-8
ON
MIX5 SEND
MIX6 SEND
MIX7 SEND
MIX8 SEND
MATRIX5 SEND
MATRIX6 SEND
INPUT57-64 to
MATRIX5-8 ON
MATRIX7 SEND
MATRIX8 SEND
MIX1 SEND
MIX2 SEND
MIX3 SEND
MIX4 SEND
INPUT57-64 to MIX1-8
PRE/POST
MIX5 SEND
MIX6 SEND
MIX7 SEND
MIX8 SEND
MATRIX5 SEND
MATRIX6 SEND
INPUT57-64 to
MATRIX5-8 PRE/POST
MATRIX7 SEND
MATRIX8 SEND
250
From (HEX)
0BCC
To (HEX)
0C13
0C2C
0C49
0C4A
0CAA
0D0A
0D6A
0DCA
0E2A
0E8A
0EEA
0F4A
0FAA
100A
106A
10CA
10D2
10DA
10E2
10EA
10F2
10FA
1102
110A
1112
111A
1122
112A
1132
113A
1142
114A
1152
115A
1162
116A
1172
117A
1182
118A
1192
119A
11A2
11AA
11B2
11BA
11C2
11CA
11D2
11DA
11E2
0CA1
0D01
0D61
0DC1
0E21
0E81
0EE1
0F41
0FA1
1001
1061
10C1
10D1
10D9
10E1
10E9
10F1
10F9
1101
1109
1111
1119
1121
1129
1131
1139
1141
1149
1151
1159
1161
1169
1171
1179
1181
1189
1191
1199
11A1
11A9
11B1
11B9
11C1
11C9
11D1
11D9
11E1
11E9
Parameter
LOW TYPE
HIGH TYPE
INPUT57-64 HPF
FREQ
MIX1/2
MIX3/4
INPUT57-64 to MIX1/27/8 PAN
MIX5/6
MIX7/8
MATRIX5/6
INPUT57-64 to
MATRIX5/6, 7/8 PAN
MATRIX7/8
INPUT57-64 to STEREO
ON
INPUT57-64 RECALL
ON
SAFE
INPUT57-64 to MONO
ON
RATIO
INPUT49-64
KNEE/WIDTH
DYNAMICS1
GAIN
reserved
INPUT49-64
DYNAMICS2
FILTER FREQ
INPUT65-72, STIN5-8
ON
RECALL SAFE
ON
LOW Q
LOW FREQ
LOW GAIN
LOW MID Q
LOW MID FREQ
LOW MID GAIN
HIGH MID Q
EQ INPUT, MIX1-20,
MATRIX, STEREO LR
HIGH MID FREQ
HIGH MID GAIN
HIGH Q
HIGH FREQ
HIGH GAIN
ATT
HPF ON
LPF ON
ON
ATTACK
THRESHOLD
INPUT DYNAMICS1
RANGE
HOLD
DECAY/RELEASE
INPUT DYNAMICS2
ON
ATTACK
THRESHOLD
RELEASE
MIX1-20, MATRIX,
STEREO LR DYNAMICS1
RATIO
GAIN
KNEE/WIDTH
PAN/BALANCE
INPUT
INPUT57-64 EQ
From (HEX)
11EA
11F2
11FA
1202
120A
1212
121A
1222
122A
1232
To (HEX)
11F1
11F9
1201
1209
1211
1219
1221
1229
1231
1239
123A
1241
1242
124A
125A
126A
127A
128A
1249
1259
1269
1279
1289
1299
129A
12A9
1304
1382
1400
147E
14FC
157A
15F8
1676
16F4
1772
17F0
186E
18EC
196A
19E8
1A66
1AE4
1B44
1BA4
1C04
1C64
1CC4
1D24
1DA2
1E20
1E9E
1F1C
1F9A
2018
2096
1381
13FF
147D
14FB
1579
15F7
1675
16F3
1771
17EF
186D
18EB
1969
19C1
1A65
1AE3
1B3B
1B9B
1BFB
1C5B
1CBB
1D1B
1DA1
1E1F
1E9D
1F1B
1F99
2017
2095
20ED
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Appendices
Parameter
MIX9/10
INPUT to MIX9/10-15/16 MIX11/12
PAN
MIX13/14
MIX15/16
MATRIX1/2
INPUT to MATRIX1/2,
3/4 PAN
MATRIX3/4
MATRIX1/2
MATRIX3/4
MIX1-20, STEREO LR to
MATRIX PAN
MATRIX5/6
MATRIX7/8
MIX1-8 to STEREO PAN
MIX TO ST
MIX1-20, MATRIX,
BALANCE
STEREO LR
MATRIX1 SEND
MATRIX2 SEND
MATRIX3 SEND
MIX, STEREO LR, MONO MATRIX4 SEND
to MATRIX PRE/POST
MATRIX5 SEND
MATRIX6 SEND
MATRIX7 SEND
MATRIX8 SEND
MATRIX1 SEND
MATRIX2 SEND
MATRIX3 SEND
MATRIX4 SEND
MIX21-24, MONO to
MATRIX ON
MATRIX5 SEND
MATRIX6 SEND
MATRIX7 SEND
MATRIX8 SEND
MIX1 SEND
MIX2 SEND
MIX3 SEND
INPUT65-72, STIN5-8 to MIX4 SEND
MIX1-8 LEVEL
MIX5 SEND
MIX6 SEND
MIX7 SEND
MIX8 SEND
MIX1 SEND
MIX2 SEND
MIX3 SEND
INPUT65-72, STIN5-8 to MIX4 SEND
MIX1-8 ON
MIX5 SEND
MIX6 SEND
MIX7 SEND
MIX8 SEND
From (HEX)
20F6
2156
21B6
2216
2276
22D6
2336
234C
2362
2378
238E
To (HEX)
214D
21AD
220D
226D
22CD
232D
234B
2361
2377
238D
2395
2396
23B3
23B4
23D0
23EC
2408
2424
2440
245C
2478
2494
249A
24A0
24A6
24AC
24B2
24B8
24BE
24C4
24D4
24E4
24F4
2504
2514
2524
2534
2544
2554
2564
2574
2584
2594
25A4
25B4
23CE
23EA
2406
2422
243E
245A
2476
2492
2498
249E
24A4
24AA
24B0
24B6
24BC
24C2
24D3
24E3
24F3
2503
2513
2523
2533
2543
2553
2563
2573
2583
2593
25A3
25B3
25C3
Parameter
MIX1 SEND
MIX2 SEND
MIX3 SEND
INPUT65-72, STIN5-8 to MIX4 SEND
MIX1-8 PRE/POST
MIX5 SEND
MIX6 SEND
MIX7 SEND
MIX8 SEND
MIX1/2
INPUT65-72, STIN5-8 to MIX3/4
MIX1/2-7/8 PAN
MIX5/6
MIX7/8
BYPASS
MIX BALANCE
PARAM1
PARAM2
PARAM3
PARAM4
PARAM5
PARAM6
PARAM7
PARAM8
PARAM9
PARAM10
PARAM11
PARAM12
PARAM13
PARAM14
PARAM15
EFFECT RACK1-8
PARAM16
PARAM17
PARAM18
PARAM19
PARAM20
PARAM21
PARAM22
PARAM23
PARAM24
PARAM25
PARAM26
PARAM27
PARAM28
PARAM29
PARAM30
PARAM31
PARAM32
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From (HEX)
25C4
25D4
25E4
25F4
2604
2614
2624
2634
2644
2654
2664
2674
26B4
26BC
26C4
26CC
26D4
26DC
26E4
26EC
26F4
26FC
2704
270C
2714
271C
2724
272C
2734
273C
2744
274C
2754
275C
2764
276C
2774
277C
2784
278C
2794
279C
27A4
27AC
27B4
27BC
To (HEX)
25D3
25E3
25F3
2603
2613
2623
2633
2643
2653
2663
2673
2683
26BB
26C3
26CB
26D3
26DB
26E3
26EB
26F3
26FB
2703
270B
2713
271B
2723
272B
2733
273B
2743
274B
2753
275B
2763
276B
2773
277B
2783
278B
2793
279B
27A3
27AB
27B3
27BB
27C3
Parameter
ON
GAIN1
GAIN2
GAIN3
GAIN4
GAIN5
GAIN6
GAIN7
GAIN8
GAIN9
GAIN10
GAIN11
GAIN12
GAIN13
GAIN14
GAIN15
GEQ RACK1A-3B
GAIN16
GAIN17
GAIN18
GAIN19
GAIN20
GAIN21
GAIN22
GAIN23
GAIN24
GAIN25
GAIN26
GAIN27
GAIN28
GAIN29
GAIN30
GAIN31
FADER
MIX21-24, MONO
MIX1 SEND
MIX2 SEND
MIX3 SEND
MIX4 SEND
INPUT1-56, STIN1-4 to
MIX1-8 LEVEL
MIX5 SEND
MIX6 SEND
MIX7 SEND
MIX8 SEND
MATRIX5 SEND
MATRIX6 SEND
INPUT1-56, STIN1-4 to
MATRIX5-8 LEVEL
MATRIX7 SEND
MATRIX8 SEND
From (HEX)
27C4
27CA
27D0
27D6
27DC
27E2
27E8
27EE
27F4
27FA
2800
2806
280C
2812
2818
281E
2824
282A
2830
2836
283C
2842
2848
284E
2854
285A
2860
2866
286C
2872
2878
287E
28E4
28EA
292A
296A
29AA
29EA
2A2A
2A6A
2AAA
2AEA
2B2A
2B6A
2BAA
To (HEX)
27C9
27CF
27D5
27DB
27E1
27E7
27ED
27F3
27F9
27FF
2805
280B
2811
2817
281D
2823
2829
282F
2835
283B
2841
2847
284D
2853
2859
285F
2865
286B
2871
2877
287D
2883
28E8
2929
2969
29A9
29E9
2A29
2A69
2AA9
2AE9
2B29
2B69
2BA9
2BE9
Reference Manual
Appendices
Parameter
MATRIX1 SEND
MATRIX2 SEND
MATRIX3 SEND
MATRIX4 SEND
MIX21-24, MONO to
MATRIX LEVEL
MATRIX5 SEND
MATRIX6 SEND
MATRIX7 SEND
MATRIX8 SEND
ON
MIX21-24, MONO
MIX1 SEND
MIX2 SEND
MIX3 SEND
MIX4 SEND
INPUT1-56, STIN1-4 to
MIX1-8 ON
MIX5 SEND
MIX6 SEND
MIX7 SEND
MIX8 SEND
MATRIX5 SEND
MATRIX6 SEND
INPUT1-56, STIN1-4 to
MATRIX5-8 ON
MATRIX7 SEND
MATRIX8 SEND
MIX9-24 to STEREO ON
MIX TO ST
INSERT
MIX21-24, MONO
MIX1 SEND
MIX2 SEND
MIX3 SEND
MIX4 SEND
INPUT1-56, STIN1-4 to
MIX1-8 PRE/POST
MIX5 SEND
MIX6 SEND
MIX7 SEND
MIX8 SEND
MATRIX5 SEND
MATRIX6 SEND
INPUT1-56, STIN1-4 to
MATRIX5-8 PRE/POST
MATRIX7 SEND
MATRIX8 SEND
ON
DCA13-16
FADER
BALANCE
MIX21-24 (,MONO)
From (HEX)
2BEA
2BF0
2BF6
2BFC
2C02
2C08
2C0E
2C14
2C2A
2C30
2C70
2CB0
2CF0
2D30
2D70
2DB0
2DF0
2E30
2E70
2EB0
2EF0
2F36
2F46
2F4C
2F8C
2FCC
300C
304C
308C
30CC
310C
314C
318C
31CC
320C
324C
3252
3258
To (HEX)
2BEE
2BF4
2BFA
2C00
2C06
2C0C
2C12
2C18
2C2E
2C6F
2CAF
2CEF
2D2F
2D6F
2DAF
2DEF
2E2F
2E6F
2EAF
2EEF
2F2F
2F45
2F4A
2F8B
2FCB
300B
304B
308B
30CB
310B
314B
318B
31CB
320B
324B
324F
3255
325C
Parameter
ON
LOW Q
LOW FREQ
LOW GAIN
LOW MID Q
LOW MID FREQ
LOW MID GAIN
HIGH MID Q
MIX21-24, MONO EQ
HIGH MID FREQ
HIGH MID GAIN
HIGH Q
HIGH FREQ
HIGH GAIN
HPF ON
LPF ON
LOW TYPE
INPUT1-56, STIN1-4 EQ
HIGH TYPE
LOW TYPE
MIX, MATRIX, STEREO
LR, MONO EQ
HIGH TYPE
LOW TYPE
INPUT65-72, STIN5-8 EQ
HIGH TYPE
INPUT65-72, STIN5-8
FREQ
HPF
DIRECT OUT INPUT65ON
72
MATRIX5 SEND
INPUT65-72, STIN5-8 to MATRIX6 SEND
MATRIX5-8 LEVEL
MATRIX7 SEND
MATRIX8 SEND
MATRIX5 SEND
INPUT65-72, STIN5-8 to MATRIX6 SEND
MATRIX5-8 ON
MATRIX7 SEND
MATRIX8 SEND
MATRIX5 SEND
INPUT65-72, STIN5-8 to MATRIX6 SEND
MATRIX5-8 PRE/POST
MATRIX7 SEND
MATRIX8 SEND
INPUT65-72, STIN5-8 to MATRIX5/6
MATRIX5/6, 7/8 PAN
MATRIX7/8
INPUT1-56, STIN1-4 HPF FREQ
ON
ATTACK
THRESHOLD
MIX21-24, MONO
RELEASE
DYNAMICS1
RATIO
GAIN
KNEE/WIDTH
MIX1/2
MIX3/4
INPUT1-56, STIN1-4 to
MIX1/2-7/8 PAN
MIX5/6
MIX7/8
252
From (HEX)
325E
3264
326A
3270
3276
327C
3282
3288
328E
3294
329A
32A0
32A6
32AC
32B2
3440
3480
34C0
34E4
3508
3518
To (HEX)
3262
3268
326E
3274
327A
3280
3286
328C
3292
3298
329E
32A4
32AA
32B0
32B6
347F
34BF
34E2
3506
3517
3527
3528
3537
3538
353F
3540
3550
3560
3570
3580
3590
35A0
35B0
35C0
35D0
35E0
35F0
3600
3610
3640
3680
3686
368C
3692
3698
369E
36A4
36AA
36EA
372A
376A
354F
355F
356F
357F
358F
359F
35AF
35BF
35CF
35DF
35EF
35FF
360F
361F
367F
3684
368A
3690
3696
369C
36A2
36A8
36E9
3729
3769
37A9
Parameter
MATRIX5/6
MATRIX7/8
MATRIX1/2
MATRIX3/4
MIX21-24, MONO to
MATRIX1/2-7/8 PAN
MATRIX5/6
MATRIX7/8
MIX9-24 to STEREO PAN MIX TO ST
ON
GAIN1
GAIN2
GAIN3
GAIN4
GAIN5
GAIN6
GAIN7
GAIN8
GAIN9
GAIN10
GAIN11
GAIN12
GAIN13
GAIN14
GAIN15
GEQ RACK4A-6B
GAIN16
GAIN17
GAIN18
GAIN19
GAIN20
GAIN21
GAIN22
GAIN23
GAIN24
GAIN25
GAIN26
GAIN27
GAIN28
GAIN29
GAIN30
GAIN31
LCR INPUT1-64, STIN1-4, ON
MIX1-16
CSR
DIRECT OUT INPUT1-64 ON
INPUT1-56, STIN1-4 TO
ON
STEREO
ON
DCA1-12
FADER
MUTE MASTER
ON
RECALL SAFE
ON
INPUT1-56, STIN1-4 to
MATRIX5/6, 7/8 PAN
From (HEX)
37AA
37EA
382A
3830
3836
383C
3842
3852
3858
385E
3864
386A
3870
3876
387C
3882
3888
388E
3894
389A
38A0
38A6
38AC
38B2
38B8
38BE
38C4
38CA
38D0
38D6
38DC
38E2
38E8
38EE
38F4
38FA
3900
3906
390C
3912
396A
39C2
To (HEX)
37E9
3829
382E
3834
383A
3840
3851
3857
385D
3863
3869
386F
3875
387B
3881
3887
388D
3893
3899
389F
38A5
38AB
38B1
38B7
38BD
38C3
38C9
38CF
38D5
38DB
38E1
38E7
38ED
38F3
38F9
38FF
3905
390B
3911
3969
39C1
3A01
3A02
3A41
3A42
3A4E
3A5A
3A66
3A4D
3A59
3A61
3B05
Reference Manual
Appendices
Parameter
EXTERNAL GAIN1
INPUT GAIN 1
EXTERNAL GAIN2
INPUT GAIN 2
EXTERNAL GAIN3
INPUT GAIN 3
EXTERNAL GAIN4
INPUT GAIN 4
EXTERNAL GAIN5
INPUT GAIN 5
EXTERNAL GAIN6
INPUT GAIN 6
EXTERNAL GAIN7
INPUT GAIN 7
EXTERNAL GAIN8
INPUT GAIN 8
EXTERNAL +48V 1
INPUT +48V 1
EXTERNAL +48V 2
INPUT +48V 2
EXTERNAL +48V 3
INPUT +48V 3
EXTERNAL +48V 4
INPUT +48V 4
HA
EXTERNAL +48V 5
INPUT +48V 5
EXTERNAL +48V 6
INPUT +48V 6
EXTERNAL +48V 7
INPUT +48V 7
EXTERNAL +48V 8
INPUT +48V 8
EXTERNAL HPF1
INPUT HPF1
EXTERNAL HPF2
INPUT HPF2
EXTERNAL HPF3
INPUT HPF3
EXTERNAL HPF4
INPUT HPF4
EXTERNAL HPF5
INPUT HPF5
EXTERNAL HPF6
INPUT HPF6
EXTERNAL HPF7
INPUT HPF7
EXTERNAL HPF8
INPUT HPF8
INPUT1-56, STIN1-4 TO
ON
MONO
MIX1-16 TO MONO
ON
From (HEX)
3B06
3B0F
3B16
3B1F
3B26
3B2F
3B36
3B3F
3B46
3B4F
3B56
3B5F
3B66
3B6F
3B76
3B7F
3B86
3B8F
3B96
3B9F
3BA6
3BAF
3BB6
3BBF
3BC6
3BCF
3BD6
3BDF
3BE6
3BEF
3BF6
3BFF
3C06
3C0F
3C16
3C1F
3C26
3C2F
3C36
3C3F
3C46
3C4F
3C56
3C5F
3C66
3C6F
3C76
3C7F
To (HEX)
3B0B
3B15
3B1B
3B25
3B2B
3B35
3B3B
3B45
3B4B
3B55
3B5B
3B65
3B6B
3B75
3B7B
3B85
3B8B
3B95
3B9B
3BA5
3BAB
3BB5
3BBB
3BC5
3BCB
3BD5
3BDB
3BE5
3BEB
3BF5
3BFB
3C05
3C0B
3C15
3C1B
3C25
3C2B
3C35
3C3B
3C45
3C4B
3C55
3C5B
3C65
3C6B
3C75
3C7B
3C85
3C86
3CC5
3CC6
3CD5
Parameter
ON
SLOT OUT DELAY
TIME HIGH
TIME LOW
ON
OMNI OUT DELAY
TIME HIGH
TIME LOW
ON
DIGITAL OUT DELAY
TIME HIGH
TIME LOW
RATIO
INPUT1-48, STIN1-4
KNEE/WIDTH
DYNAMICS1
GAIN
reserved
INPUT1-48, STIN1-4
DYNAMICS2
FILTER FREQ
ON
GAIN1
GAIN2
GAIN3
GAIN4
GAIN5
GAIN6
GAIN7
GAIN8
GAIN9
GAIN10
GAIN11
GAIN12
GAIN13
GAIN14
GAIN15
GEQ RACK7A-8B
GAIN16
GAIN17
GAIN18
GAIN19
GAIN20
GAIN21
GAIN22
GAIN23
GAIN24
GAIN25
GAIN26
GAIN27
GAIN28
GAIN29
GAIN30
GAIN31
253
From (HEX)
3CD6
3D06
3D36
3D66
3D76
3D86
3D96
3D98
3D9A
3D9C
3DD4
3E0C
3E44
3E7C
3EB4
3EB8
3EBC
3EC0
3EC4
3EC8
3ECC
3ED0
3ED4
3ED8
3EDC
3EE0
3EE4
3EE8
3EEC
3EF0
3EF4
3EF8
3EFC
3F00
3F04
3F08
3F0C
3F10
3F14
3F18
3F1C
3F20
3F24
3F28
3F2C
3F30
To (HEX)
3D05
3D35
3D65
3D6D
3D7D
3D8D
3D97
3D99
3D9B
3DD3
3E0B
3E43
3E7B
3EB3
3EB7
3EBB
3EBF
3EC3
3EC7
3ECB
3ECF
3ED3
3ED7
3EDB
3EDF
3EE3
3EE7
3EEB
3EEF
3EF3
3EF7
3EFB
3EFF
3F03
3F07
3F0B
3F0F
3F13
3F17
3F1B
3F1F
3F23
3F27
3F2B
3F2F
3F33
Parameter
MIX, MATRIX, STEREO
ATT
LR, MONO EQ
INPUT65-72, STIN5-8 TO
ON
STEREO
INPUT65-72, STIN5-8,
ON
MIX17-24 TO MONO
ON
LCR IN65-72, STIN5-8,
MIX17-24
CSR
RATIO
INPUT65-72, STIN5-8
KNEE/WIDTH
DYNAMICS1
GAIN
reserved
INPUT65-72, STIN5-8
DYNAMICS2
FILTER FREQ
From (HEX)
To (HEX)
3F34
3F56
3F58
3F67
3F68
3F7F
3F80
3F98
3FB0
3FC0
3FD0
3FE0
3FF0
3F97
3FAF
3FBF
3FCF
3FDF
3FEF
3FFF
Reference Manual
Appendices
Mixing parameter operation applicability
This table indicates which settings affect the behavior of each input channel and output channel parameter.
It also indicates whether or not they can be linked as stereo, and whether or not they are relevant to the RECALL SAFE, GLOBAL PASTE, and USER LEVEL settings, and a channel library.
■ Input channels
Parameter
HA
Stereo*1
CHANNEL LINK
RECALL SAFE, FOCUS RECALL, GLOBAL PASTE*8
ALL
Gain
O*10
HA*10
O
HA, GLOBAL HA
HA
Gain Compensation
O
HA
O
HA, GLOBAL HA
HA
O
O
HA, GLOBAL HA
HA
O
+48V
Phase
O*10
Digital Gain
DIGITAL GAIN*10
O
O
HA, GLOBAL HA
HA
O
O
DIGITAL GAIN
HA
O
O
Name, Icon, Color
O
INPUT NAME, GLOBAL INPUT NAME
INPUT NAME
Input Patch
O
INPUT PATCH, GLOBAL INPUT PATCH
INPUT PATCH
Out Patch
O
INPUT INSERT PATCH, GLOBAL INPUT PATCH
INPUT PATCH
In Patch
O
INPUT INSERT PATCH, GLOBAL INPUT PATCH
INPUT PATCH
INPUT INSERT PATCH, GLOBAL HA
HA
Insert
+48V, Gain, Gain Compensation
On
INPUT INSERT
O
INPUT INSERT
INPUT PROCESSING
O
Point
INPUT INSERT
O
INPUT INSERT
INPUT PROCESSING
O
O
INPUT DIRECT OUT, GLOBAL INPUT PATCH
INPUT PATCH
Out Patch
Direct Out
Channel
Library
USER LEVEL
Parameter Select button
On, Level
DIRECT OUT
O
INPUT DIRECT OUT
INPUT PROCESSING
Point
DIRECT OUT
O
INPUT DIRECT OUT
INPUT PROCESSING
O
O
O
HPF
O
INPUT HPF
O
INPUT HPF
INPUT PROCESSING
Att
O
INPUT EQ
O
INPUT EQ
INPUT PROCESSING
O
EQ
O
INPUT EQ
O
INPUT EQ
INPUT PROCESSING
O
O
INPUT DYNA1
INPUT PROCESSING
Key-In Filter
O
INPUT DYNAMICS1
O
INPUT DYNA1
INPUT PROCESSING
O
Others
O
INPUT DYNAMICS1
O
INPUT DYNA1
INPUT PROCESSING
O
O
INPUT DYNA2
INPUT PROCESSING
Others
O
INPUT DYNAMICS2
O
INPUT DYNA2
INPUT PROCESSING
O
On
O
INPUT MIX ON*2
O
INPUT MIX ON*7
INPUT FADER/ON*4
O
Level
O
INPUT MIX SEND*2
O
INPUT MIX SEND*7
INPUT FADER/ON*4
O
*7
*4
O
Key-In Source
Dynamics1
Dynamics2
To Mix
To Matrix
DELAY
Key-In Source
*11
Pan/Balance
O
O
INPUT MIX SEND
Pre/Post
O
INPUT MIX SEND*2
O
INPUT MIX SEND*7
INPUT PROCESSING*4
O
On
O
INPUT MATRIX ON*3
O
INPUT MATRIX ON*7
INPUT FADER/ON*4
O
Level
O
FADER/ON*4
O
*4
O
INPUT MATRIX
SEND*3
*11
O
INPUT MATRIX
INPUT FADER/ON
SEND*7
*7
INPUT
Pan/Balance
O
O
INPUT MATRIX SEND
Pre/Post
O
INPUT MATRIX SEND*3
O
INPUT MATRIX SEND*7
INPUT PROCESSING*4
ms
O*10
INPUT DELAY*10
O
INPUT DELAY
INPUT PROCESSING
O
ON
O
INPUT DELAY
O
INPUT DELAY
INPUT PROCESSING
O
INPUT FADER/ON
O
To Stereo
O
TO STEREO
O
INPUT TO ST
INPUT PROCESSING
O
To Mono
O
TO STEREO
O
INPUT TO MONO
INPUT PROCESSING
O
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Appendices
Parameter
Stereo*1
CHANNEL LINK
RECALL SAFE, FOCUS RECALL, GLOBAL PASTE*8
ALL
Parameter Select button
USER LEVEL
Channel
Library
Pan/balance
O*11
O
INPUT TO ST
INPUT FADER/ON
O
Pan Mode
O
O
*5
INPUT PROCESSING
O
On
O
TO STEREO
O
*5
INPUT PROCESSING
O
CSR
O
TO STEREO
O
*5
INPUT PROCESSING
O
Mode
O
TO STEREO
O
*5
INPUT PROCESSING
O
On
O
INPUT CH ON
O
INPUT CH ON
INPUT FADER/ON
O
Fader
O*10
INPUT FADER*10
O
INPUT FADER
INPUT FADER/ON
O
LCR
Mute Assign
O
INPUT MUTE
O
*5
MUTE GROUP ASSIGN
O
DCA Assign
O
INPUT DCA
O
*5
DCA GROUP ASSIGN
O
O
*9
STORE
O*6
Fade Time, On
O*6
Channel Link
O
Cue
O
GLOBAL CH LINK
Key In Cue
Mute Safe
O
Recall Safe, Focus Recall, Global Paste
O
*1
*2
*3
*4
*5
*6
*7
*8
*9
*10
*11
These parameters can be linked between L and R of ST IN channels 1–8.
Applies to parameters for which the MIX channel 1–24 individual Send Parameter setting and the item in the table are both enabled.
Applies to parameters for which the MATRIX channel 1–8 individual Send Parameter setting and the item in the table are both enabled.
These parameters are available if “FADER/ON” or “PROCESSING” for the Send source channel is set to ON. At that time, “WITH SEND” for the Send destination channel must also be set to ON.
Applicable to parameters that function only when ALL is selected.
Applicable only to On/Off.
Valid when assigned to either a Send source channel or a Send destination channel.
Settings marked GLOBAL in this table apply to all channels; these settings are GLOBAL RECALL SAFE, FOCUS PARAMETER, and GLOBAL PASTE for PATCH/NAME.
Applies to ALL only when using GLOBAL PASTE, and only to ON/OFF.
Operates differentially
Balance only
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Appendices
■ MIX Channels
Parameter
Linked for a
stereo pair
RECALL SAFE, FOCUS RECALL, GLOBAL PASTE *8, *12
ALL
Parameter Select button
USER LEVEL
Name, Icon, Color
O
MIX NAME, GLOBAL OUTPUT NAME
OUTPUT NAME
Output Patch
O
MIX OUTPUT PATCH, GLOBAL OUTPUT PATCH
OUTPUT PATCH
Out Patch
O
MIX INSERT PATCH, GLOBAL OUTPUT PATCH
OUTPUT PATCH
In Patch
O
MIX INSERT PATCH, GLOBAL OUTPUT PATCH
OUTPUT PATCH
+48V, Gain, Gain Compensation
O
MIX INSERT PATCH, GLOBAL HA
MIX PROCESSING
Insert
Channel
Library
O
On
O
O
MIX INSERT
MIX PROCESSING
O
Point
O
O
MIX INSERT
MIX PROCESSING
O
Att
O
O
MIX EQ
MIX PROCESSING
O
EQ
O
O
MIX EQ
MIX PROCESSING
O
O
MIX DYNA1
MIX PROCESSING
Dynamics1
To Matrix
Key-In Source
Others
O
O
MIX DYNA1
MIX PROCESSING
O
On
O
O
MIX MATRIX ON*7
MIX FADER/ON*4
O
Level
O*13
O
MIX MATRIX SEND*7
MIX FADER/ON*4
O
*7
MIX FADER/ON*4
O
Pan/Balance
O
O
MIX MATRIX SEND
Pre/Post
O
O
MIX MATRIX SEND*7
MIX PROCESSING*4
O
O
O
MIX TO ST
MIX PROCESSING
O
To Stereo
To Mono
O
O
MIX MONO
MIX PROCESSING
O
Pan/Balance
O*11
O
MIX TO ST, TO ST/BAL (GLOBAL PASTE ONLY)
MIX FADER/ON
O
On
O
O
*5
MIX PROCESSING
O
CSR
O
O
*5
MIX PROCESSING
O
Mode
O
O
*5
MIX PROCESSING
O
On
O
O
MIX CH ON
MIX FADER/ON
O
Fader
O
O
MIX FADER
MIX FADER/ON
O
LCR
From Input
On
O
WITH MIX SEND, WITH SEND FROM SOURCE CHs
WITH MIX SEND*4
Level
O
WITH MIX SEND, WITH SEND FROM SOURCE CHs
WITH MIX SEND*4
Pan/Balance
O*11
WITH MIX SEND, WITH SEND FROM SOURCE CHs
WITH MIX SEND*4
Pre/Post
O
WITH MIX SEND, WITH SEND FROM SOURCE CHs
WITH MIX SEND*4
O
*5
MUTE GROUP ASSIGN
O
O
*9
STORE
O*6
Mute Assign
O
Fade Time, On
O
Cue
O
Mute Safe
O
Recall Safe, Focus Recall, Global Paste
O
*4
*5
*6
*7
*8
*9
*11
*12
*13
*6
These parameters are available if “FADER/ON” or “PROCESSING” for the Send source channel is set to ON. At that time, “WITH SEND” for the Send destination channel must also be set to ON.
Applicable to parameters that function only when ALL is selected.
Applicable only to On/Off.
Valid when they are set for either the Send source channel or Send destination channel.
Settings marked GLOBAL in this table apply to all channels; these settings are GLOBAL RECALL SAFE, FOCUS PARAMETER, and GLOBAL PASTE for PATCH/NAME.
Applies to ALL only when using GLOBAL PASTE, and only to ON/OFF.
Balance only
For GLOBAL PASTE, the MIX, MATRIX, STEREO, and MONO settings of each channel will be set in common as the OUTPUT.
Linked only for stereo MATRIX
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Parameter
Linked for a
stereo pair
RECALL SAFE, FOCUS RECALL, GLOBAL PASTE *8, *12
ALL
Parameter Select button
USER LEVEL
Name, Icon, Color
O
MATRIX NAME,GLOBAL OUTPUT NAME
OUTPUT NAME
Output Patch
O
MATRIX OUTPUT PATCH, GLOBAL OUTPUT PATCH
OUTPUT PATCH
Insert
Out Patch
O
MATRIX INSERT PATCH, GLOBAL OUTPUT PATCH
OUTPUT PATCH
In Patch
O
MATRIX INSERT PATCH, GLOBAL OUTPUT PATCH
OUTPUT PATCH
+48V, Gain, Gain Compensation
O
MATRIX INSERT PATCH, GLOBAL HA
MATRIX PROCESSING
O
On
O
O
MATRIX INSERT
MATRIX PROCESSING
Point
O
O
MATRIX INSERT
MATRIX PROCESSING
O
O
O
MATRIX EQ
MATRIX PROCESSING
O
O
O
MATRIX EQ
MATRIX PROCESSING
O
O
MATRIX DYNA1
MATRIX PROCESSING
Att
EQ
Dynamics1
Channel
Library
Key-In Source
Others
Balance
O
O
O
MATRIX DYNA1
MATRIX PROCESSING
O
O
O
MATRIX BAL, TO ST/BAL (GLOBAL PASTE ONLY)
MATRIX FADER/ON
O
On
O
O
MATRIX CH ON
MATRIX FADER/ON
O
Fader
O
O
MATRIX FADER
MATRIX FADER/ON
O
WITH MATRIX SEND, WITH SEND FROM SOURCE CHs
WITH MATRIX SEND*4
WITH MATRIX SEND, WITH SEND FROM SOURCE CHs
WITH MATRIX SEND*4
WITH MATRIX SEND, WITH SEND FROM SOURCE CHs
WITH MATRIX SEND*4
WITH MATRIX SEND, WITH SEND FROM SOURCE CHs
WITH MATRIX SEND*4
On
From Input
Level
From Mix
From Stereo/Mono Pan/Balance
Pre/Post
O
O
O
*11
O
Mute Assign
O
O
*5
MUTE GROUP ASSIGN
O
Fade Time, On
O*6
O
*9
STORE
O*6
Cue
O
Mute Safe
O
Recall Safe, Focus Recall, Global Paste
O
*4
*5
*6
*7
*8
*9
*11
*12
These parameters are available if “FADER/ON” or “PROCESSING” for the Send source channel is set to ON. At that time, “WITH SEND” for the Send destination channel must also be set to ON.
Applicable to parameters that function only when ALL is selected.
Applicable only to On/Off
Valid when they are set for either the Send source channel or Send destination channel.
Settings marked GLOBAL in this table apply to all channels; these settings are GLOBAL RECALL SAFE, FOCUS PARAMETER, and GLOBAL PASTE for PATCH/NAME.
Applies to ALL only when using GLOBAL PASTE, and only to ON/OFF.
Balance only
For GLOBAL PASTE, the MIX, MATRIX, STEREO, and MONO settings of each channel will be set in common as the OUTPUT.
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■ STEREO, MONO Channels
Linked for a
stereo pair
Parameter
RECALL SAFE, FOCUS RECALL, GLOBAL PASTE *8, *12
ALL
Name, Icon, Color
O
STEREO, MONO NAME, GLOBAL OUTPUT NAME
Output Patch
O
STEREO, MONO OUTPUT PATCH, GLOBAL OUTPUT PATCH OUTPUT PATCH
Out Patch
O
STEREO, MONO INSERT PATCH, GLOBAL OUTPUT PATCH
OUTPUT PATCH
In Patch
O
STEREO, MONO INSERT PATCH, GLOBAL OUTPUT PATCH
OUTPUT PATCH
Insert
+48V, Gain, Gain Compensation
Channel
Library
USER LEVEL
Parameter Select button
OUTPUT NAME
O
STEREO, MONO INSERT PATCH, GLOBAL HA
STEREO, MONO PROCESSING
On
O
O
STEREO, MONO INSERT
STEREO, MONO PROCESSING
O
Point
O
O
STEREO, MONO INSERT
STEREO, MONO PROCESSING
O
Att
O
O
STEREO, MONO EQ
STEREO, MONO PROCESSING
O
EQ
O
O
STEREO, MONO EQ
STEREO, MONO PROCESSING
O
STEREO, MONO PROCESSING
Dynamics1
To Matrix
Key-In Source
O
STEREO, MONO DYNA1
Others
O
O
STEREO, MONO DYNA1
STEREO, MONO PROCESSING
O
On
O
O
STEREO, MONO MATRIX ON*7
STEREO, MONO FADER/ON*4
O
Level
O*13
O
STEREO, MONO MATRIX SEND*7
STEREO, MONO FADER/ON*4
O
*7
*4
Pan/Balance
O
O
STEREO, MONO MATRIX SEND
STEREO, MONO FADER/ON
O
Pre/Post
O
O
STEREO, MONO MATRIX SEND*7
STEREO, MONO PROCESSING*4
O
Balance
O
O
STEREO, MONO BAL, TO ST/BAL (GLOBAL PASTE ONLY)
STEREO, MONO FADER/ON
O
On
O
O
STEREO, MONO CH ON
STEREO, MONO FADER/ON
O
Fader
O
O
STEREO, MONO FADER
STEREO, MONO FADER/ON
O
Mute Assign
O
O
*5
MUTE GROUP ASSIGN
O
Fade Time, On
O*6
O
*9
STORE
O*6
Cue
O
Mute Safe
O
Recall Safe, Focus Recall, Global Paste
O
*4
*5
*6
*7
*8
*9
*12
These parameters are available if “FADER/ON” or “PROCESSING” for the Send source channel is set to ON. At that time, “WITH SEND” for the Send destination channel must also be set to ON.
Applicable to parameters that function only when ALL is selected.
Applicable only to On/Off.
Valid when they are set for either the Send source channel or Send destination channel.
Settings marked GLOBAL in this table apply to all channels; these settings are GLOBAL RECALL SAFE, FOCUS PARAMETER, and GLOBAL PASTE for PATCH/NAME.
Applies to ALL only when using GLOBAL PASTE, and only to ON/OFF.
For GLOBAL PASTE, the MIX, MATRIX, STEREO, and MONO settings of each channel will be set in common as the OUTPUT.
■ DCA
Parameter
RECALL SAFE, FOCUS RECALL, GLOBAL PASTE
ALL
Parameter Select button
USER LEVEL
Name, Icon, Color
O
*5
DCA MASTER
On
O
DCA LEVEL/ON
DCA MASTER
Fader
O
DCA LEVEL/ON
DCA MASTER
Fade Time, On
O
*9
STORE
Input
*5
*9
DCA Assign
DCA GROUP ASSIGN
Applicable to parameters that function only when ALL is selected.
Applies to ALL only when using GLOBAL PASTE, and only to ON/OFF.
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FUNCTION
PARAMETER 1
PARAMETER 2
Explanation
DYNAMICS LIBRARY
FUNCTION
NO ASSIGN
PARAMETER 1
PARAMETER 2
Explanation
INPUT EQ LIBRARY
—
—
No assignment.
LATCH
—
Toggle ALTERNATE FUNCTION each time it is
pressed.
UNLATCH
—
Switch to ALTERNATE FUNCTION only while
pressed.
BRIGHTNESS
BANK CHANGE
—
Toggle between the brightness settings stored
in A and B.
CH ON
SPECIFIC CH
*4)
Switch the CH ON/OFF.
—
Increment or decrement the selected channel
number.
SPECIFIC CH
*1)
Select a channel from list 1).
MASTER
—
DynamicEQ LIBRARY
SENDS ON FADER
—
INPUT PATCH
CH 1-16 {CL5/CL3/CL1}
OUTPUT PATCH
ALTERNATE
FUNCTION
INC
CH SELECT
DEC
OUTPUT EQ LIBRARY
LIBRARY
GEQ LIBRARY
INPUT CH LIBRARY
OUTPUT EQ LIBRARY
Portico5033 LIBRARY
Portico5043 LIBRARY
PREMIUM RACK
LIBRARY
U76 LIBRARY
Opt-2A LIBRARY
EQ-1A LIBRARY
CH17-32 {CL5/CL3/CL1}
PATCH EDITOR
CH33-48 {CL5/CL3/CL1}
CH49-64 {CL5/CL3}
INPUT INSERT PATCH
OUTPUT INSERT PATCH
DIRECT OUT PATCH
CL EDITOR
CONTROL
CH65-72 {CL5}
OVERVIEW
EFFECT LIBRARY
PATCH LIST
ST IN
RACK
MIX1-16
GEQ 1–16
MIX17-24
EFFECT 1–8
MATRIX
RACK EDITOR
STEREO/MONO
PREMIUM 1A
PREMIUM 1B
DCA
CL EDITOR
CONTROL
A1 {CL5/CL3/CL1}
:
Access the corresponding screen of CL Editor.
PREMIUM 8A
A2 {CL5/CL3}
PREMIUM 8B
A3 {CL3}
METER
B1 {CL5/CL3/CL1}
B2 {CL3/CL1}
GROUP/LINK
OUTPUT METER
MUTE GROUP
B4 {CL1}
CHANNEL LINK
C1 {CL5}
SCENE MEMORY
C2 {CL5}
SCENE
C3 {CL5}
C4 {CL5}
RECALL SAFE
FADE TIME
FOCUS RECALL
C5 {CL5}
OUTPUT
C6 {CL5}
SELECTED CHANNEL
INPUT METER
DCA GROUP
B3 {CL1}
CUSTOM FADER BANK
Access the corresponding screen of CL Editor.
CUE
—
Switch CUE on/off
*2)
CUE the channel selected from list 2).
CLEAR CUE
SPECIFIC CH
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FUNCTION
PARAMETER 1
PARAMETER 2
Explanation
FUNCTION
PARAMETER 1
OUTPUT
EFFECT RACK1–8
PARAMETER 2
Switch MONITOR on/off.
—
While holding down this key, press the SEL key
of a MIX or MATRIX channel to switch the
assignment on/off. During this time, the [SEL]
LED will be lit if assign is ON, or dark if OFF.
The assignment setting made while holding
down this key will be stored. Pressing the key
again will recall the stored setting. Settings can
be stored in multiple keys to facilitate rapid
assignment switching.
PREMIUM RACK1A
EFFECT
BYPASS
PREMIUM RACK1B
:
SELECTED CH ASSIGN
PREMIUM RACK8A
PREMIUM RACK8B
LATCH
—
Toggle the function of the GAIN knob
(ANALOG GAIN/DIGITAL GAIN). Lit when
DIGITAL GAIN is selected.
—
Assign the function of the GAIN knob
(ANALOG GAIN/DIGITAL) to DIGITAL GAIN
only while held down.
* However if the GAIN KNOB FUNCTION is
switched to DIGITAL GAIN in the PREFERENCE
screen etc., this will remain lit until the next
time it is pressed.
GAIN KNOB
FUNCTION
UNLATCH
GEQ FREQ
BANK
GPI OUT
HELP
INC
DEC
LATCH
UNLATCH
—
PORT1–PORT5
MONO(C)
LCR
PB OUT
SOURCE SELECT
—
OMNI1-2
OMNI5-6
OMNI7-8
DEFINE
Toggle the GPI OUT function. Lit when active.
MUTE GROUP 1
Make GPI OUT active only while pressed.
MUTE
MASTER
:
—
Switch MUTE GROUP MASTER on/off.
—
Turns all MUTE GROUP MASTER settings on/off
together.
MUTE GROUP 8
ALL MUTE
SELECTED CH VIEW
—
Displays the SELECTED CHANNEL VIEW screen.
GO TO PROJECT START
OVERVIEW
—
Displays the OVERVIEW screen.
GO TO PREV MARKER
REWIND
TOGGLE
—
Each press of the key will alternately display the
SELECTED CHANNEL VIEW screen and the
OVERVIEW screen.
PEAK HOLD ON
—
Turns the meter’s peak hold function on/off. Lit
when on.
PROGRAM CHANGE
PGM 0–128
CONTROL CHANGE
CC 1–31, 33–95,
102–119
MIDI
NOTE ON C-2 (0)
NOTE ON
Recall the selected signal to the monitor.
OMNI3-4
Opens and closes the HELP pop-up window.
Operating the controllers on the panel
(excluding faders), or controllers on the screen,
while holding down this key will display the
related information.
HOME
METER
STEREO L/R
MONITOR
Adds or removes a frequency bank in the GEQ
EDIT screen.
—
Explanation
—
FAST FORWARD
GO TO NEXT MARKER
NUENDO
LIVE
TRANSPORT
GO TO PROJECT END
Operate the transport functions of Nuendo
Live.
CYCLE
STOP
START
Transmit the corresponding MIDI message.
REC
:
EASY RECORDING
NOTE ON G 8 (127)
OSCILLATOR
260
Clear the peak indicators of the Nuendo Live
screen.
PEAK CLEAR
—
OSCILLATOR ON
—
Switch the OSC on/off.
SELECTED CH ASSIGN
—
While holding down this key, press a SEL key of
a channel to switch the assignment on/off.
During this time, the [SEL] LED will be lit if
assign is ON, or dark if OFF.
DIRECT ASSIGN
*1)
Assign the oscillator to the channel selected
from list 1).
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FUNCTION
PARAMETER 1
PARAMETER 2
BOOKMARK
PAGE
CHANGE
NEXT PAGE
CLOSE POPUP
TRANSPORT
RECORDER
—
Display the previous/next page.
—
Close the displayed popup window.
PLAY/PAUSE, STOP,
FF/NEXT,
REW/PREVIOUS, REC
Display the previous/next page.
AUTO REC
Shortcut function for STOP → REC → PLAY.
Recording will be initiated in a single action. If
this is executed during recording, the file being
recorded will first be closed, and then
recording will continue with a new file.
REC & START
NO ASSIGN
(TITLE 1)
DIRECT PLAY
:
SCENE
SEND
ENCODER
MODE
SENDS ON
FADER
Recall the scene of the next existing number.
REC RECALL
—
Recall the scene of the previous existing
number.
DIRECT RECALL
SCENE #000–#300
Directly recall the scene of the specified
number.
RECALL UNDO
—
Execute RECALL UNDO.
STORE UNDO
—
Execute STORE UNDO.
—
If INPUT or ST IN is selected, switch the
function of the Selected Channel section’s send
encoders from TO MIX1-16/TO MIX17-24,
MATRIX.
MIX1–MIX24
Switches the MIX ON FADER function for the
selected MIX on and off.
MTRX1–MTRX8
Switches the MATRIX ON FADER function for
the selected MATRIX on and off.
—
PARAMETER 2
Explanation
SET [Ø]
SET [INSERT ON]
—
Hold down this key and press SEL to switch it
on/off.
During this time, the [SEL] LED will be lit if on
or dark if off.
If SET [PRE SEND] is selected, “SEND ON
FADER” mode is engaged while you are
holding down the [SEL] key.
SET [DIRECT OUT ON]
SET BY SEL
SET [PRE SEND]
SET [TO STEREO]
SET [TO MONO]
SET [TO LCR]
SET [GAIN
COMPENSATION]
SET DEFAULT
VALUE
—
—
While holding down this key, press a knob in
the Selected Channel or Centralogic section to
reset it to the default value.
SET
NOMINAL
VALUE
—
—
While holding down this key, press a [SEL] key
to set the fader of that channel to nominal
level.
LATCH
Switch TALKBACK on/off.
UNLATCH
Turn TALKBACK on while pressed.
SELECTED CH ASSIGN
—
While holding down this key, press a SEL key of
an OUTPUT channel to switch the assignment
on/off. During this time, the [SEL] LED will be
lit if assign is ON, or dark if OFF.
The assignment setting made while holding
down this key will be stored. Pressing the key
again will recall the stored setting. Settings can
be stored in multiple keys to facilitate rapid
assignment switching.
DIRECT ASSIGN
*3)
Assign TALKBACK to the channel selected from
list 3).
CURRENT PAGE
—
Use the tap tempo function in the displayed
screen.
EFFECT RACK1–8
—
Use the tap tempo function for the specified
effect.
TALKBACK ON
The specified audio file will be played once
from the beginning. Audio files to be played
should be saved in the SONGS folder inside the
YPE folder. Please note that a file cannot be
specified if it is saved in the root directory or in
any other folder. When you execute playback,
the path in the TITLE LIST screen will move to
\YPE\SONGS\.
—
MIX ON FADER
PARAMETER 1
SET [+48V]
Start recording immediately without entering
record-ready mode.
INC RECALL
MIX1-16/MIX17-24,
MATRIX
FUNCTION
Memorize the above BOOKMARK with the
addition of the SEL status.
BOOKMARK with “SEL” —
PREVIOUS PAGE
Explanation
Memorize the currently selected screen (hold
down the key for two seconds or longer), or
display the last-memorized screen (press and
release the key within two seconds). Popup
screens can also be memorized. In the case of a
rack, the number of that rack is also
memorized.
TALKBACK
TAP TEMPO
*1) CL5: CH1–CH72, CL3: CH1–CH64, CL1: CH1–CH48, ST IN 1L–ST IN 8R, MIX1–MIX24, MTRX1–MTRX8,
ST L, ST R, MONO(C)
*2) CL5: CH1–CH72, CL3: CH1–CH64, CL1: CH1–CH48, ST IN 1–ST IN 8, MIX1–MIX24, MTRX1–MTRX8,
STEREO, MONO(C)
*3) MIX1–MIX24, MTRX1–MTRX8, ST L, ST R, MONO(C)
*4) CL5: CH1–CH72, CL3: CH1–CH64, CL1: CH1–CH48, ST IN 1–ST IN 8, MIX1–MIX24, MTRX1–MTRX8,
STEREO, MONO(C), DCA1–DCA16
Switches the MIX ON FADER function on and
off.
MATRIX ON FADER
Switches the MATRIX ON FADER function on
and off.
SENDS ON FADER
Switches the SENDS ON FADER function on
and off.
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USER DEFINED knobs
FUNCTION
PARAMETER 1
FUNCTION
PARAMETER 2
NO ASSIGN
LAMP
*10)
HPF
FREQUENCY
*4)
I/O DEVICE
GAIN1–GAIN32
*11)
INPUT DELAY
DELAY TIME
*3)
INPUT GAIN
MIDI CONTROL CHANGE
DCA TRIM
MONITOR
OUTPUT PFL TRIM
RATIO
OSCILLATOR
ATTACK
OUTPUT PORT
OUTGAIN
KNEE
*13)
THRESHOLD
RATIO
FREQUENCY
*4)
DELAY TIME
GAIN
*12)
TO MIX LEVEL
MIX1–MIX24
*3)
TO MATRIX LEVEL
MATRIX1–MATRIX8
*7)
TO MIX PAN
MIX1/2–MIX23/24
*3)
TO MATRIX PAN
MATRIX1/2–MATRIX7/8
*7)
TO ST/MONO
PAN/BAL
CSR
*5)
TOUCH AND TURN
OUTGAIN
*2) SELECTED CH, CL5: CH1–CH72, CL3: CH1–CH64, CL1: CH1–CH48, ST IN 1–ST IN 8, MIX1–MIX24,
MTRX1–MTRX8, STEREO, MONO (C)
*3) SELECTED CH, CL5: CH1–CH72, CL3: CH1–CH64, CL1: CH1–CH48, ST IN 1L–ST IN 8R
*4) SELECTED CH, CL5: CH1–CH72, CL3: CH1–CH64, CL1: CH1–CH48, ST IN 1–ST IN 8
*5) SELECTED CH, CL5: CH1–CH72, CL3: CH1–CH64, CL1: CH1–CH48, ST IN 1L–ST IN 8R, MIX1–MIX24
*7) SELECTED CH, CL5: CH1–CH72, CL3: CH1–CH64, CL1: CH1–CH48, ST IN 1L–ST IN 8R, MIX1–MIX24,
ST L, ST R, MONO (C)
*10) # 1–# 6
*11) REMOTE HA # 1–# 8
*12) DANTE 1–DANTE64, OMNI 1–OMNI 8, SLOT1 1–SLOT1 16, SLOT2 1–SLOT2 16, SLOT3 1–SLOT3 16,
DIGITAL OUT L, DIGITAL OUT R
*13) SELECTED CH, MIX1–MIX24, MTRX1–MTRX8, STEREO, MONO (C)
KNEE
WIDTH
ATT
LOW Q
LOW FREQUENCY
LOW GAIN
LOW MID Q
LOW MID FREQUENCY
LOW MID GAIN
LPF
INTERVAL
RELEASE
EQ
HPF
WIDTH
*2)
DECAY
RELEASE
MONITOR DELAY
SINE WAVE FREQUENCY
RANGE
DYNAMICS2
TALKBACK DIMMER LEVEL
LEVEL
THRESHOLD
ATTACK
CTRL 33–CTRL 95
MONITOR FADER
CUE LEVEL
WIDTH
*4)
DIMMER LEVEL
INPUT PFL TRIM
HOLD
DIGITAL GAIN
CTRL 102–CTRL 119
NAME
DYNAMICS1
ANALOG GAIN
CTRL 1–CTRL 31
SCREEN
CH COLOR
CUE
PARAMETER 2
GAIN1–GAIN8
PANEL
BRIGHTNESS
PARAMETER 1
EXTERNAL HA
*2)
HIGH MID Q
HIGH MID FREQUENCY
HIGH MID GAIN
HIGH Q
HIGH FREQUENCY
HIGH GAIN
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Functions that can be assigned to the
assignable encoders
PAN
GAIN
ASSIGN
O
FUNCTION
PAN/BALANCE
PARAMETER 1
*1
PARAMETER 2
PAN
*2
*3
BAL
O
ANALOG GAIN
A.GAIN
*1
O
DIGITAL GAIN
D.GAIN
*1
*4
O
SELECTED SEND
MIX1-MTRX8
Depends on status
*2
*5
O
MIX1 SEND
MIX1
*3
*6
O
MIX2 SEND
MIX2
*3
O
MIX3 SEND
MIX3
*3
O
MIX4 SEND
MIX4
*3
O
MIX5 SEND
MIX5
*3
O
MIX6 SEND
MIX6
*3
O
MIX7 SEND
MIX7
*3
O
MIX8 SEND
MIX8
*3
O
MIX9 SEND
MIX9
*3
O
MIX10 SEND
MIX10
*3
O
MIX11 SEND
MIX11
*3
O
MIX12 SEND
MIX12
*3
O
MIX13 SEND
MIX13
*3
O
MIX14 SEND
MIX14
*3
O
MIX15 SEND
MIX15
*3
O
MIX16 SEND
MIX16
*3
O
MIX17 SEND
MIX17
*3
O
MIX18 SEND
MIX18
*3
O
MIX19 SEND
MIX19
*3
O
MIX20 SEND
MIX20
*3
O
MIX21 SEND
MIX21
*3
O
MIX22 SEND
MIX22
*3
O
MIX23 SEND
MIX23
*3
O
MIX24 SEND
MIX24
*3
O
MATRIX1 SEND
MTRX1
*3
O
MATRIX2 SEND
MTRX2
*3
O
MATRIX3 SEND
MTRX3
*3
O
MATRIX4 SEND
MTRX4
*3
O
MATRIX5 SEND
MTRX5
*3
O
MATRIX6 SEND
MTRX6
*3
O
MATRIX7 SEND
MTRX7
*3
O
MATRIX8 SEND
MTRX8
*3
O
HPF FREQUENCY
HPF
*4
O
DYNAMICS1 THRESHOLD
THRE1
*5
O
DYNAMICS2 THRESHOLD
THRE2
*6
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Preference setting and the state of the ALTERNATE function will determine whether this will be analog gain or
digital gain.
The send destination that is the target of Sends On Fader will be selected.
Preference setting and the state of the ALTERNATE function will determine whether turning the encoder will switch
the PRE/POST setting of the corresponding send or will switch the corresponding send on/off when pressed.
Preference setting and the state of the ALT function will determine whether pressing the encoder will switch the
high-pass filter on/off.
Preference setting and the state of the ALT function will determine whether pressing the encoder will switch
DYNAMICS 1 on/off.
Preference setting and the state of the ALT function will determine whether pressing the encoder will switch
DYNAMICS 2 on/off.
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Appendices
MIDI Data Format
This section explains the format of the data that the CL series is able
to understand, send, and receive.
STATUS
DATA
0vvvvvvv vv Control Value (0-127)
1011nnnn Bn Control change
20 Control number (32)
0vvvvvvv vv Control Value (0-127)
If [TABLE] is selected
1 CHANNEL MESSAGE
1.1 NOTE OFF
STATUS
DATA
(8n)
Reception
These messages are echoed to MIDI OUT if [OTHER COMMAND ECHO] is ON.
They are received if [Rx CH] matches, and used to control effects.
STATUS
DATA
1000nnnn 8n Note off message
0nnnnnnn nn Note number
0vvvvvvv vv Velocity (ignored)
1.2 NOTE ON
Reception
These messages are echoed to MIDI OUT if [OTHER COMMAND ECHO] is ON.
They are received if [Rx CH] matches, and used to control effects.
STATUS
DATA
1001nnnn 9n Note on message
0nnnnnnn nn Note number
0vvvvvvv vv Velocity (1-127:on, 0:off)
1.3 CONTROL CHANGE
= paramMax – paramMin + 1;
= paramWidth / paramSteps;
= paramWidth – add * paramSteps;
= paramSteps * add + mod / 2;
(1) If the assigned parameter has fewer than 128 steps
paramWidth = 128; rxValue = Control value;
(2) If the assigned parameter has 128 or more but less than 16,384 steps
paramWidth = 16384;
(2-1) When High and Low data is received
(2-2) When only Low data is received
rxValue = (curValue & 16256) + Control value(Low);
(Bn)
Reception
These messages are echoed to MIDI OUT if [CONTROL CHANGE ECHO] is ON.
If [TABLE] is selected, these messages are received when [CONTROL CHANGE Rx] is
ON and [Rx CH] matches, and will control parameters according to the settings of the
[CONTROL CHANGE EVENT LIST]. For the parameters that can be assigned, refer
to “Parameters that can be assigned to control changes” on page 248.
If [NRPN] is selected, these messages are received when [CONTROL CHANGE Rx] is
ON and the [Rx CH] matches; the four messages NRPN control number (62h, 63h) and
DATA ENTRY control number (06h, 26h) are used to control the specified parameter.
Transmission
If [TABLE] is selected, and if [CONTROL CHANGE Tx] is ON when you operate a
parameter that is assigned in the [CONTROL CHANGE EVENT LIST], these
messages will be transmitted on the [Tx CH] channel. For the parameters that can be
assigned, refer to “Parameters that can be assigned to control changes” on page 248.
If [NRPN] is selected, and if [CONTROL CHANGE Tx] is ON when you operate a
specified parameter, the four messages NRPN control number (62h, 63h) and DATA
ENTRY control number (06h, 26h) are transmitted on the [Tx CH] channel. For the
parameters that can be assigned, refer to “Parameters that can be assigned to control
changes” on page 248.
CONTROL CHANGE messages are not used for transmission to CL Editor because
there is no guarantee that the contents of the assignment tables will match.
(PARAMETER CHANGE messages are always used.)
CONTROL CHANGE numbers 0 and 32 are for selecting banks.
1011nnnn Bn Control change
00 Control number (00)
Equation for converting a Control Value to parameter data
rxValue = Control value(High) * 128 + Control value(Low);
Two types of CONTROL CHANGE can be transmitted and received; [NRPN] (NonRegistered Parameter Numbers) and freely-assigned [TABLE] (1CH x 110) messages.
Select either [TABLE] or [NRPN].
STATUS
DATA
102-119) *
0vvvvvvv vv Control Value (0-127)
* Numbers 0, 32, and 96–101 cannot be used.
* Control number 6, 38 can be used.
paramSteps
add
mod
curValue
(9n)
1011nnnn Bn Control change
0nnnnnnn nn Control number (1-5, 7-31, 33-37, 38-95,
(2-3) When only High data is received
rxValue = Control value(High) * 128 + (curValue & 127);
(3) If the assigned parameter has 16,384 or more but less than 2,097,152
steps
paramWidth = 2097152;
(3-1) When High, Middle, and Low data is received
rxValue = Control value(High) * 16384 + Control value(Middle) * 128 + Control value(Low);
(3-2) When only Low data is received
rxValue = (curValue & 2097024) + Control value(Low);
(3-3) When only Middle data is received
rxValue = (curValue & 2080895) + Control value(Middle) * 128;
(3-4) When only High data is received
rxValue = (curValue & 16383) + Control value(High) * 16384;
(3-5) When only Middle and Low data is received
rxValue = (curValue & 2080768) + Control value(Middle) * 128 + Control value(Low);
(3-6) When only High and Low data is received
rxValue = (curValue & 16256) + Control value(High) * 16384 + Control value(Low);
(3-7) When only High and Middle data is received
rxValue = (curValue & 127) + Control value(High) * 16384 + Control value(Middle) * 128;
If [NRPN] is selected
1011nnnn Bn Control change
01100010 62 NRPN LSB
0vvvvvvv vv Parameter number LSB
STATUS
1011nnnn Bn Control change *
DATA
01100011 63 NRPN MSB
0vvvvvvv vv Parameter number MSB
STATUS
1011nnnn Bn Control change *
DATA
00000110 06 Data entry MSB
0vvvvvvv vv Parameter data MSB
STATUS
1011nnnn Bn Control change *
DATA
00100110 26 Data entry LSB
0vvvvvvv vv Parameter data LSB
* The STATUS byte of the second and subsequent messages need not
be added during transmission. Reception must occur correctly
whether or not the status byte is omitted.
STATUS
DATA
1.4 PROGRAM CHANGE
(Cn)
Reception
If [PROGRAM CHANGE ECHO] is ON, bank select messages will also be echoed
from MIDI OUT.
If SINGLE CH is selected, these messages are received if [PROGRAM CHANGE Rx] is
ON and the [Rx CH] matches. However if [OMNI] is ON, these messages are received
regardless of the channel. When these messages are received, scene memory, effect
librarya nd premium rack library are recalled according to the settings of the
[PROGRAM CHANGE EVENT LIST].
Transmission
If [PROGRAM CHANGE Tx] is ON, these messages are transmitted according to the
[PROGRAM CHANGE Table] settings when scene memory, effect library and
premium rack library are recalled.
If SINGLE CH is selected, these messages are transmitted on the [Tx CH] channel.
If the recalled scene memory, effect library and premium rack library has been assigned
to more than one PROGRAM NUMBER, the lowest-numbered PROGRAM NUMBER
for each MIDI channel will be transmitted.
PROGRAM CHANGE messages are not used for transmission to CL Editor because
there is no guarantee that the contents of the assignment tables will match.
(PARAMETER CHANGE messages are always used.)
You can choose either MULTI MIDI CH or SINGLE CH.
If SINGLE is selected
You can choose the Rx CH, OMNI CH, and Tx CH.
You can choose whether a bank select message will be added.
A bank of up to 16 can be specified.
If MULTI is selected
The Rx and Tx channels will be the same.
The assignment table will use the settings for each MIDI channel. Bank select messages
will not be added.
You can make settings for up to sixteen MIDI channels.
STATUS
DATA
1100nnnn Cn Program change
0nnnnnnn nn Program number (0-127)
if ( rxValue > paramWidth)
rxValue = paramWidth;
param = ( rxValue–mod / 2) / add;
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2 SYSTEM REALTIME MESSAGE
< MMC DEFERED PLAY >
2.1 SONG SELECT
Reception
If the [DEVICE NO.] matches or is 7F, receives this message and starts playback.
(F3)
Reception
Select the track number shown in the TITLE LIST screen of the USB memory recorder.
STATUS
11110011 F3 Song select
Song number 0sssssss ss Song number (0-127)
2.2 TIMING CLOCK
(F8)
Reception
This message is used to control effects. This message is transmitted twenty-four times
per quarter note.
Echoing of this message depends on the OTHER item in the ECHO settings.
STATUS
11111000 F8 Timing clock
2.3 ACTIVE SENSING
(FE)
Reception
Once this message has been received, MIDI communication will be initialized (e.g.,
Running Status will be cleared) if no message is received for an interval of 400 ms.
This message is not subject to echoing.
STATUS
(FF)
Reception
When this message is received, MIDI communication will be initialized (e.g., Running
Status will be cleared).
This message is not subject to echoing.
STATUS
EOX
11110000
01111111
0ddddddd
00000110
00000011
11110111
F0
7F
dd
06
03
F7
System exclusive message
Real time System exclusive
Destination (00-7E, 7F:all call)
Machine Control Command(MCC) sub-id
Deferred Play(MCS)
End of exclusive
< MMC RECORD STROBE >
Reception
If the [DEVICE NO.] matches or is 7F, receives this message, and if stopped, starts
recording.
STATUS
ID No.
Device ID
COMMAND
EOX
11110000
01111111
0ddddddd
00000110
00000110
11110111
F0
7F
dd
06
06
F7
System exclusive message
Real time System exclusive
Destination (00-7E, 7F:all call)
Machine Control Command(MCC) sub-id
Record strobe
End of exclusive
< MMC PAUSE >
Reception
If the [DEVICE NO.] matches or is 7F, receives this message, and if playing, pauses.
11111110 FE Active sensing
2.4 SYSTEM RESET
STATUS
ID No.
Device ID
COMMAND
STATUS
ID No.
Device ID
COMMAND
EOX
11110000
01111111
0ddddddd
00000110
00001001
11110111
F0
7F
dd
06
09
F7
System exclusive message
Real time System exclusive
Destination (00-7E, 7F:all call)
Machine Control Command(MCC) sub-id
Pause(MCS)
End of exclusive
11111111 FF System reset
3.2 BULK DUMP
3 SYSTEM EXCLUSIVE MESSAGE
3.1 MMC
This message is used to send or receive the contents of various memories stored within
the unit.
The basic format is as follows.
Command
< MMC STOP >
Reception
If the [DEVICE NO.] matches or is 7F, receives this message and stops.
STATUS
ID No.
Device ID
COMMAND
EOX
11110000
01111111
0ddddddd
00000110
00000001
11110111
F0
7F
dd
06
01
F7
System exclusive message
Real time System exclusive
Destination (00-7E, 7F:all call)
Machine Control Command(MCC) sub-id
Stop(MCS)
End of exclusive
EOX
F0
7F
dd
06
02
F7
Function
BULK DUMP DATA
rx
BULK DUMP REQUEST
The CL series uses the following data types for a bulk dump.
System exclusive message
“SCENE___”
“INEQ____”
“OUTEQ___”
“DYNA____”
“INCHNNL_”
“OUTCHNNL”
“GEQ_____”
“EFFECT__”
Data Number(dd)
*1) *14) *15) *16)
*2) *7) *8)
*3) *9) *10) *11)
*4) *7) *8) *9) *10) *11) *21) *22)
*17) *7) *8)
*18) *9) *10) *11)
*5) *12)
*6) *13)
Real time System exclusive
Destination (00-7E, 7F:all call)
Machine Control Command(MCC) sub-id
Play(MCS)
End of exclusive
Premium Effect
Portico5033 LIB
Portico5043 LIB
U76 LIB
Opt-2A LIB
“PEFFECT_”
“P5033___”
“P5043___”
“U76_____”
“OPT-2A__”
*19)
*20)
*20)
*20)
*20)
Reception
If the [DEVICE NO.] matches or is 7F, receives this message and starts playback.
11110000
01111111
0ddddddd
00000110
00000010
11110111
rx/tx
Module Name(mm)
SCENE LIB
INPUT EQ LIB
OUTPUT EQ LIB
Dynamics LIB
INPUT CH LIB
OUTPUT CH LIB
GEQ LIB
EFFECT LIB
< MMC PLAY >
STATUS
ID No.
Device ID
COMMAND
rx/tx
F0 43 0n 3E cc cc 19 mm … mm dd
dd … ee F7
F0 43 2n 3E 19 mm … mm dd dd F7
265
Module Name(mm)
EQP-1A LIB
DynamicEQ LIB
Dante Input Patch LIB
Mixer Setup
Outport Setup
Monitor Setup
MIDI Setup
Lib Number
Program Change Table
Control Change Table
Preference (Current)
Preference (Admin)
Preference (Guest)
User Defined Keys (Current)
User Defined Keys (Admin)
User Defined Keys (Guest)
Custom Fader Bank (Current)
Custom Fader Bank (Admin)
Custom Fader Bank (Guest)
User Level (Current)
User Level (Guest)
*1)
*2)
*3)
*4)
*5)
*6)
*7)
*8)
*9)
*10)
*11)
*12)
*13)
*14)
*15)
*16)
*17)
*18)
*19)
*20)
*21)
*22)
*23)
“EQ-1A___”
“DYNAEQ__”
“DANTEIN_”
“MIXERSET”
“OUT_PORT”
“MONITOR_”
“MIDI_SET”
“LIB_NUM_”
“PRGMCHG_”
“CTRLCHG_”
“PREF_CUR”
“PREF_ADM”
“PREF_GST”
“UDEF_CUR”
“UDEF_ADM”
“UDEF_GST”
“CFAD_CUR”
“CFAD_ADM”
“CFAD_GST”
“UKEY_CUR”
“UKEY_GST”
Data Number(dd)
*20)
*20)
*23)
Fix (512)
Fix (512)
Fix (512)
Fix (512)
Fix (512)
Fix (512)
Fix (512)
Fix (512)
Fix (512)
Fix (512)
Fix (512) include Knob, Encoder
Fix (512) include Knob, Encoder
Fix (512) include Knob, Encoder
Fix (512)
Fix (512)
Fix (512)
Fix (512)
Fix (512)
0–300 Scene Number (0 Request Only),
1–199 Input EQ Library Number (1–40 Request Only)
1–199 Output EQ Library Number (1–3 Request Only)
1–199 Dynamics Library Number (1–41 Request Only)
0–199 GEQ Library Number (0 Request Only)
1–199 Effect Library Number (1–27 Request Only)
512–583 Input 1-72,
584–599 STIN 1L-8R,
768–791 MIX 1-24,
1024–1031 MATRIX 1-8,
1280–1282 STEREO L-C,
512–530 GEQ 1-19, 531–538 EFFECT GEQ 1-8,
512–519 EFFECT 1-8,
512 Current Data,
768 Current Data with Recall Safe,
8192 Store Undo Data, 8193 Recall Undo Data, 8194 Clear Undo Data,
0–199 Input CH Library Number (0 Request Only),
0–199 Output CH Library Number (0 Request Only),
512–527 Premium Rack 1A, 1B, 2A, … 8A, 8B
0–100 Each Premium Effect Library Number (0 Request Only)
1536–1607 Input 1-72 (for Dynamics2),
1608–1623 STIN 1L-8R (for Dunamics2),
0-10 Dante Input Patch Library Number (0 Request Only)
Data is lost when you write to the preset library.
The unique header (Model ID) identifies whether the device is a CL series.
To calculate the check sum, add the bytes starting with the byte after BYTE COUNT
(LOW) and ending with the byte before CHECK SUM, take the binary complement,
and set bit 7 to 0.
CHECK SUM = (-sum)&0x7F
Bulk Dumps can be received at any time, and can be transmitted at any time when a
Bulk Dump Request is received.
A Bulk Dump is transmitted on the [Rx CH] channel in response to a Bulk Dump
Request.
In the data portion, seven words of 8-bit data are converted into eight words of 7-bit
data.
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[Conversion from actual data to bulk data]
d[0-6]: actual data
b[0-7]: bulk data
b[0] = 0;
for( I=0; I<7; I++){
if( d[I]&0x80){
b[0] |= 1<<(6-I);
}
b[I+1] = d[I]&0x7F;
}
[Recovery from bulk data to actual data]
d[0-6]: actual data
b[0-7]: bulk data
for( I=0; I<7; I++){
b[0] <<= 1;
d[I] = b[I+1]+(0x80&b[0]);
}
3.3 PARAMETER CHANGE
Reception
This message is echoed if [PARAMETER CHANGE ECHO] is ON.
This message is received if [PARAMETER CHANGE Rx] is ON and [Rx CH] matches
the Device number included in the SUB STATUS. When a PARAMETER CHANGE is
received, the specified parameter will be controlled. When a PARAMETER REQUEST
is received, the current value of the specified parameter will be transmitted as a
PARAMETER CHANGE with its Device Number as the [Rx CH].
Transmission
If [PARAMETER CHANGE Tx] is ON, and you edit a parameter for which CONTROL
CHANGE transmission has not been enabled, a PARAMETER CHANGE will be
transmitted with the [Tx CH] as its device number.
In response to a PARAMETER REQUEST, a PARAMETER CHANGE will be
transmitted with [Rx CH] as its device number.
Command
F0 43 1n 3E 19 … F7
RARAMETER CHANGE
F0 43 3n 3E 19 … F7
PARAMETER REQUEST
rx/tx
rx/tx
Function
CL series native parameter change
rx/tx
CL series native parameter request
4 PARAMETER CHANGE details
4.1.3 Data category
Data Category
4.1 CURRENT SCENE, SETUP, BACKUP, USER SETUP
0x01
Name
Current Scene /Setup/Backup/
User Setup Data
00000001
4.1.1 Format (PARAMETER CHANGE)
Receive
Data will be received when [PARAMETER CHANGE Rx] is on and the Device number
of both [Rx CH] and SUB STATUS are matched. The data will be echoed when
[PARAMETER CHANGE ECHO] is on. The corresponding parameter will be changed
immediately the data is received.
Transmission
Data will be transmitted with the [Device Number] in [Tx CH] when [PARAMETER
CHANGE Tx] is on and the parameter is not registered on the [CONTROL CHANGE
EVENT LIST].
STATUS
ID No.
SUB STATUS
GROUP ID
MODEL ID
DATA Category
DATA
EOX
11110000 F0 System exclusive message
01000011
0001nnnn
00111110
00010010
0ccccccc
0eeeeeee
0eeeeeee
0iiiiiii
0iiiiiii
0ccccccc
0ccccccc
0ddddddd
:
11110111
43
1n
3E
19
cc
eh
el
ih
il
ch
cl
dd
:
F7
Manufacture’s ID number (YAMAHA)
n=0-15 (Device number=MIDI Channel)
Digital mixer
CL Series
Element no High.
Element no Low.
Index no High.
4.2 FUNCTION CALL – LIBRARY STORE, RECALL –
4.2.1 Format (PARAMETER CHANGE)
Receive
Data will be received when [PARAMETER CHANGE Rx] is on and the Device number
of both [Rx CH] and SUB STATUS are matched. The data will be echoed when
[PARAMETER CHANGE ECHO] is on. The corresponding parameter will be changed
immediately the data is received.
Transmission
Data will be transmitted with the [Device Number] (MIDI CH) in [Tx CH] when
[PARAMETER CHANGE Tx] is on.
STATUS
ID No.
SUB STATUS
GROUP ID
MODEL ID
DATA CATEGORY
FUNCTION NAME
Index no Low.
Channel no High.
Channel no Low.
Data
End of exclusive
4.1.2 Format (PARAMETER REQUEST)
MODULE NAME
Receive
Data will be received when [PARAMETER CHANGE Rx] is on and the Device number
of both [Rx CH] and SUB STATUS are matched. The data will be echoed when
[PARAMETER CHANGE ECHO] is on. The corresponding parameter will be changed
via PARAMETER CHANGE immediately the data is received.
STATUS
ID No.
SUB STATUS
GROUP ID
MODEL ID
DATA Category
DATA
EOX
11110000
01000011
0001nnnn
00111110
00010010
0ccccccc
0eeeeeee
0eeeeeee
0iiiiiii
0iiiiiii
0ccccccc
0ccccccc
11110111
F0
43
3n
3E
19
cc
eh
el
ih
il
ch
cl
F7
System exclusive message
Manufacture’s ID number (YAMAHA)
n=0-15 (Device number=MIDI Channel)
DATA
Digital mixer
CL Series
Element no High.
EOX
11110000
01000011
0001nnnn
00111110
00010010
00000000
01001100
01101001
01100010
0fffffff
0fffffff
0fffffff
0fffffff
0fffffff
0mmmmmmm
0mmmmmmm
0mmmmmmm
0mmmmmmm
0mmmmmmm
0mmmmmmm
0mmmmmmm
0mmmmmmm
0nnnnnnn
0nnnnnnn
0ccccccc
0ccccccc
11110111
F0 System exclusive message
43 Manufacture’s ID number (YAMAHA)
1n n=0-15 (Device number=MIDI Channel)
3E Digital mixer
19 CL Series
00 OTHER DATA
"L" (ASCII CODE)
"i" (ASCII CODE)
"b" (ASCII CODE)
ff (ASCII CODE)
ff (ASCII CODE)
ff (ASCII CODE)
ff (ASCII CODE)
ff (ASCII CODE)
mm (ASCII CODE)
mm (ASCII CODE)
mm (ASCII CODE)
mm (ASCII CODE)
mm (ASCII CODE)
mm (ASCII CODE)
mm (ASCII CODE)
mm (ASCII CODE)
nh Number High
nl Number Low
ch Channel High
cl Channel Low
F7 End of exclusive
Element no Low.
Index no High.
4.2.2 Function Name
Index no Low.
Channel no High.
Channel no Low.
End of exclusive
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Function Name
Store
Recall
“LibStr__”
“LibRcl__”
Unknown Factor Store
Unknown Factor Recall
Store Undo (only Score)
Recall Undo (only Scene)
“LibUnStr”
“LibUnRcl”
“LibStrUd”
“LibRclUd”
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4.2.3 Module Name
Module Name
Scene
Input EQ
Output EQ
Dynamics
Input CH
Output CH
GEQ
Effect
Portico5033
Portico5043
U76
Opt-2A
EQP-1A
DynamicEQ
Dante Input Patch
Function
“LibStr__”
“LibUnStr”
“LibRcl__”
“LibUnRcl”
Function
“SCENE___”
“INEQ____”
“OUTEQ___”
“DYNA____”
“INCHNNL_”
“OUTCHNNL”
“GEQ_____”
“EFFECT__”
“P5033___”
“P5043___”
“U76_____”
“OPT-2A__”
“EQ-1A___”
“DYNAEQ__”
“DANTEIN_”
Dynamics LIB
0
Channel*1)
*1) *2) *3) *4) *8)
INPUT CH LIB
0
*1)
OUTPUT CH LIB
0
*2) *3) *4)
GEQ LIB
0
*6)
EFFECT LIB
0
*7)
Premium Effect LIB
0
*9)
Dante Input Patch LIB
0
*5)
“LibStrUd”
SCENE
0
0
“LibRclUd”
SCENE
0
0
*1)
*2)
*3)
*4)
*5)
*6)
SCENE
Number
1-300
*5)
Channel*1)
INPUT EQ LIB
41-199
*1)
OUTPUT EQ LIB
4-199
*2) *3) *4)
Dynamics LIB
42-199
*1) *2) *3) *4) *8)
INPUT CH LIB
1-199
*1)
OUTPUT CH LIB
1-199
*2) *3) *4)
GEQ LIB
1-199
*6)
EFFECT LIB
28-199
*7)
Premium Effect LIB
1-100
*9)
Dante Input Patch LIB
1-10
*5)
SCENE
1-300
0
INPUT EQ LIB
41-199
0
OUTPUT EQ LIB
4-199
0
Dynamics LIB
42-199
0
INPUT CH LIB
1-199
0
OUTPUT CH LIB
1-199
0
GEQ LIB
1-199
0
EFFECT LIB
28-199
0
Premium Effect LIB
1-100
0
Dante Input Patch LIB
1-10
0
SCENE
0-300
*5)
INPUT EQ LIB
1-199
*1)
OUTPUT EQ LIB
1-199
*2) *3) *4)
Dynamics LIB
1-199
*1) *2) *3) *4) *8)
INPUT CH LIB
0-199
*1)
OUTPUT CH LIB
0-199
*2) *3) *4)
GEQ LIB
0-199
*6)
EFFECT LIB
1-199
*7)
Premium Effect LIB
0-100
*9)
Dante Input Patch LIB
0-10
*5)
SCENE
0
*5)
INPUT EQ LIB
0
*1)
OUTPUT EQ LIB
0
*2) *3) *4)
tx/rx
tx/rx
tx/rx
tx/rx
tx/rx
tx/rx
tx/rx
tx/rx
tx/rx
tx/rx
tx/rx
tx
tx
tx
tx
tx
tx
tx
tx
tx
tx
tx/rx
tx/rx
tx/rx
tx/rx
tx/rx
tx/rx
tx/rx
tx/rx
tx/rx
tx/rx
tx
tx
tx
*7)
*8)
*9)
Number
tx/rx
tx
tx
tx
tx
tx
tx
tx
0:CH1
– 71:CH72
72:ST IN 1L
– 87:ST IN 8R
256:MIX 1
– 279:MIX 24
512:MATRIX 1
– 519: MATRIX 8
1024:STEREO L
– 1026:STEREO C
512:will be used if the recalling or storing data is only one.
0: GEQ1A, 1: GEQ1B, 2: GEQ2A, … 36: GEQ19A, 37:GEQ19B
38: EFFECT GEQ1A, 39: EFFECT GEQ1B,
40: EFFECT GEQ2A, … 52: EFFECT GEQ8A, 53: EFFECT GEQ8B
0:Effect1- 7:Effect8
1280:CH1
– 1351:CH72
1352:ST IN 1L
– 1367:ST IN 8R
0: Premium Rack 1A, 1: Premium Rack 1B,
2: Premium Rack 2A, … 14: Premium Rack 8A, 15: Premium Rack 8B
4.3 FUNCTION CALL – LIBRARY EDIT –
4.3.1 Format (PARAMETER CHANGE)
Receive
Data will be received when [PARAMETER CHANGE Rx] is on and the Device number
of both [Rx CH] and SUB STATUS are matched. The data will be echoed when
[PARAMETER CHANGE ECHO] is on. The corresponding memory/library will be
changed immediately the data is received.
Transmission
PARAMETER CHANGE will be sent in reply to Request. If [PARAMETER CHANGE
ECHO] is on, the message will be sent as it is.
STATUS
ID No.
SUB STATUS
GROUP ID
MODEL ID
DATA CATEGORY
FUNCTION NAME
MODULE NAME
11110000
01000011
0001nnnn
00111110
00010010
00000000
01001100
01101001
01100010
0fffffff
0fffffff
0fffffff
0fffffff
0fffffff
0mmmmmmm
0mmmmmmm
0mmmmmmm
0mmmmmmm
F0 System exclusive message
43 Manufacture’s ID number (YAMAHA)
1n n=0-15 (Device number=MIDI Channel)
3E Digital mixer
19 CL Series
00 OTHER DATA
"L" (ASCII CODE)
"i" (ASCII CODE)
"b" (ASCII CODE)
ff (ASCII CODE)
ff (ASCII CODE)
ff (ASCII CODE)
ff (ASCII CODE)
ff (ASCII CODE)
mm (ASCII CODE).
mm (ASCII CODE)
mm (ASCII CODE)
mm (ASCII CODE)
267
DATA
EOX
0mmmmmmm
0mmmmmmm
0mmmmmmm
0mmmmmmm
0sssssss
0sssssss
0eeeeeee
0eeeeeee
0ddddddd
0ddddddd
11110111
mm
mm
mm
mm
sh
sl
eh
el
dh
dl
F7
(ASCII CODE)
(ASCII CODE)
(ASCII CODE)
(ASCII CODE)
number -source start High
number -source start Low
number -source end High
number -source end Low
number -destination start High
number -destination to start Low
End of exclusive
4.3.2 Function Name
Function Name
Copy
Paste
Clear
Cut
Insert
Edit Undo
“LibCpy__”
“LibPst__”
“LibClr__”
“LibCut__”
“LibIns__”
“LibEdtUd”
4.3.3 Module Name
Module Name
SCENE LIB
INPUT EQ LIB
OUTPUT EQ LIB
Dynamics LIB
INPUT CH LIB
OUTPUT CH LIB
GEQ LIB
EFFECT LIB
Portico5033 LIB
Portico5043 LIB
U76 LIB
Opt-2A LIB
EQP-1A LIB
DynamicEQ LIB
Dante Input Patch LIB
“SCENE___”
“INEQ____”
“OUTEQ___”
“DYNA____”
“INCHNNL_”
“OUTCHNNL”
“GEQ_____”
“EFFECT__”
“P5033___”
“P5043___”
“U76_____”
“OPT-2A__”
“EQ-1A___”
“DYNAEQ__”
“DANTEIN_”
Function
Copy, Paste, Clear, Cut, Insert, EditUndo
Clear Only
Clear Only
Clear Only
Clear Only
Clear Only
Clear Only
Clear Only
Clear Only
Clear Only
Clear Only
Clear Only
Clear Only
Clear Only
Clear Only
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Appendices
4.4 FUNCTION CALL – LIBRARY ATTRIBUTE –
4.4.2 Format (PARAMETER REQUEST)
4.5 EXIST LIBRARY RANGE
4.4.1 Format (PARAMETER CHANGE)
Receive
The PARAMETER CHANGE will be sent with Device number [Rx CH] immediately
the data is received.
4.5.1 Format (PARAMETER CHANGE)
Receive
Data will be received when [PARAMETER CHANGE Rx] is on and the Device number
of both [Rx CH] and SUB STATUS are matched. The data will be echoed when
[PARAMETER CHANGE ECHO] is on. The corresponding memory/library title will
be changed immediately the data is received.
Transmission
PARAMETER CHANGE will be sent in reply to Request. If [PARAMETER CHANGE
ECHO] is on, the message will be sent as it is.
STATUS
ID No.
SUB STATUS
GROUP ID
MODEL ID
DATA CATEGORY
FUNCTION NAME
MODULE NAME
DATA
EOX
11110000
01000011
0001nnnn
00111110
00010010
00000000
01001100
01101001
01100010
01000001
01110100
01110010
01100010
01110100
0mmmmmmm
0mmmmmmm
0mmmmmmm
0mmmmmmm
0mmmmmmm
0mmmmmmm
0mmmmmmm
0mmmmmmm
0nnnnnnn
0nnnnnnn
0eeeeeee
0eeeeeee
0iiiiiii
0iiiiiii
0ccccccc
0ccccccc
0000dddd
0ddddddd
0ddddddd
0ddddddd
0ddddddd
11110111
F0 System exclusive message
43 Manufacture’s ID number (YAMAHA)
1n n=0-15 (Device number=MIDI Channel)
3E Digital mixer
19 CL Series
00 OTHER DATA
"L" (ASCII CODE)
"i" (ASCII CODE)
"b" (ASCII CODE)
"A" (ASCII CODE)
"t" (ASCII CODE)
"r" (ASCII CODE)
"b" (ASCII CODE)
"t" (ASCII CODE)
mm (ASCII CODE)
mm (ASCII CODE)
mm (ASCII CODE)
mm (ASCII CODE)
mm (ASCII CODE)
mm (ASCII CODE)
mm (ASCII CODE)
mm (ASCII CODE)
nh Scene/Library number High
nl Scene/Library number Low
eh Element High
el Element Low
ih Index High
il Index Low
ch Channel High
cl Channel Low
dd Data28~31bit
dd Data21~27bit
dd Data14~20bit
dd Data7~13bit
dd Data0~6bit
F7 End of exclusive
STATUS
ID No.
SUB STATUS
GROUP ID
MODEL ID
DATA CATEGORY
FUNCTION NAME
MODULE NAME
DATA
EOX
11110000
01000011
0011nnnn
00111110
00010010
00000000
01001100
01101001
01100010
01000001
01110100
01110010
01100010
01110100
0mmmmmmm
0mmmmmmm
0mmmmmmm
0mmmmmmm
0mmmmmmm
0mmmmmmm
0mmmmmmm
0mmmmmmm
0nnnnnnn
0nnnnnnn
0eeeeeee
0eeeeeee
0iiiiiii
0iiiiiii
0ccccccc
0ccccccc
11110111
F0 System exclusive message
43 Manufacture’s ID number (YAMAHA)
3n n=0-15 (Device number=MIDI Channel)
3E Digital mixer
19 CL Series
00 OTHER DATA
"L" (ASCII CODE)
"i" (ASCII CODE)
"b" (ASCII CODE)
"A" (ASCII CODE)
"t" (ASCII CODE)
"r" (ASCII CODE)
"b" (ASCII CODE)
"t" (ASCII CODE)
mm (ASCII CODE)
mm (ASCII CODE)
mm (ASCII CODE)
mm (ASCII CODE)
mm (ASCII CODE)
mm (ASCII CODE)
mm (ASCII CODE)
mm (ASCII CODE)
nh Scene/Library number High
nl Scene/Library number Low
eh Element High
el Element Low
ih Index High
il Index Low
ch Channel High
cl Channel Low
F7 End of exclusive
Transmission
When CL series receives Library Exist request command from outside, the answer will
be sent back with the following Parameter change.
This packet shows smallest library number range that exists and not read only. Top
number is requested number or more.
-ExampleSCENE is stored 5,6,7,10,100 and 101
Request Number: 0
Data : Valid, Top Number : 5, End Number 7
Request Number: 8
Data : Valid, Top Number : 10, End Number 10
Request Number: 11
Data : Valid, Top Number : 100, End Number 101
Request Number: 102
Data : Invalid, Top Number : 0, End Number 0
STATUS
ID No.
SUB STATUS
GROUP ID
MODEL ID
DATA CATEGORY
FUNCTION NAME
MODULE NAME
4.4.3 Module Name
Module Name
SCENE LIB
INPUT EQ LIB
OUTPUT EQ LIB
Dynamics LIB
INPUT CH LIB
OUTPUT CH LIB
GEQ LIB
EFFECT LIB
Portico5033 LIB
Portico5043 LIB
U76 LIB
Opt-2A LIB
EQP-1A LIB
DynamicEQ LIB
Dante Input Patch LIB
“SCENE___”
“INEQ____”
“OUTEQ___”
“DYNA____”
“INCHNNL_”
“OUTCHNNL”
“GEQ_____”
“EFFECT__”
“P5033___”
“P5043___”
“U76_____”
“OPT-2A__”
“EQ-1A___”
“DYNAEQ__”
“DANTEIN_”
Number
0-300 (0:response only)
1-200 (1-40:response only)
1-200 (1-3:response only)
1-200 (1-41:response only)
0-200 (0:response only)
0-200 (0:response only)
0-200 (0:response only)
1-200 (1-27:response only)
0-100 (0:response only)
0-100 (0:response only)
0-100 (0:response only)
0-100 (0:response only)
0-100 (0:response only)
0-100 (0:response only)
0-10 (0:response only)
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DATA
EOX
11110000
01000011
0001nnnn
00111110
00010010
00000000
01001100
01101001
01100010
01000101
01111000
01101001
01110011
01110100
0mmmmmmm
F0 System exclusive message
43 Manufacture’s ID number (YAMAHA)
1n n=0-15 (Device number=MIDI Channel)
3E Digital mixer
19 CL Series
00 OTHER DATA
"L" (ASCII CODE)
"i" (ASCII CODE)
"b" (ASCII CODE)
"E" (ASCII CODE)
"x" (ASCII CODE)
"i" (ASCII CODE)
"s" (ASCII CODE)
"t" (ASCII CODE)
mm (ASCII CODE)
0mmmmmmm
0mmmmmmm
0mmmmmmm
0mmmmmmm
0mmmmmmm
0mmmmmmm
0mmmmmmm
0sssssss
0nnnnnnn
0nnnnnnn
0ttttttt
0ttttttt
0eeeeeee
0eeeeeee
11110111
mm
mm
mm
mm
mm
mm
mm
ss
nh
nl
th
tl
eh
el
F7
(ASCII CODE)
(ASCII CODE)
(ASCII CODE)
(ASCII CODE)
(ASCII CODE)
(ASCII CODE)
(ASCII CODE)
Data Status ( 0:Invalid data,1:Valid Data )
Request Number High
Request Number Low
Top Number High
Top Number Low
End Number High
End Number Low
End of exclusive
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Appendices
4.5.2 Format (PARAMETER REQUEST)
4.6 FUNCTION CALL – COLLECTION STORE –
Receive
The PARAMETER CHANGE will be sent with Device number [Rx CH] immediately
the data is received.
4.6.1 Format (PARAMETER CHANGE)
STATUS
ID No.
SUB STATUS
GROUP ID
MODEL ID
DATA CATEGORY
FUNCTION NAME
MODULE NAME
DATA
EOX
11110000
01000011
0011nnnn
00111110
00010010
00000000
01001100
01101001
01100010
01000101
01111000
01101001
01110011
01110100
0mmmmmmm
0mmmmmmm
0mmmmmmm
0mmmmmmm
0mmmmmmm
0mmmmmmm
0mmmmmmm
0mmmmmmm
0nnnnnnn
0nnnnnnn
11110111
F0 System exclusive message
43 Manufacture’s ID number (YAMAHA)
3n n=0-15 (Device number=MIDI Channel)
3E Digital mixer
19 CL Series
00 OTHER DATA
"L" (ASCII CODE)
"i" (ASCII CODE)
"b" (ASCII CODE)
"E" (ASCII CODE)
"x" (ASCII CODE)
"i" (ASCII CODE)
"s" (ASCII CODE)
"t" (ASCII CODE)
mm (ASCII CODE)
mm (ASCII CODE)
mm (ASCII CODE)
mm (ASCII CODE)
mm (ASCII CODE)
mm (ASCII CODE)
mm (ASCII CODE)
mm (ASCII CODE)
nh Request Number High
nl Request Number Low
F7 End of exclusive
Transmission
Data will be transmitted with the [Device Number] in [Tx CH] when [PARAMETER
CHANGE Tx] is on.
STATUS
ID No.
SUB STATUS
GROUP ID
MODEL ID
DATA CATEGORY
FUNCTION NAME
MODULE NAME
DATA
4.5.3 Module Name
Module Name
SCENE LIB
INPUT EQ LIB
OUTPUT EQ LIB
Dynamics LIB
INPUT CH LIB
OUTPUT CH LIB
GEQ LIB
EFFECT LIB
Portico5033 LIB
Portico5043 LIB
U76 LIB
Opt-2A LIB
EQP-1A LIB
DynamicEQ LIB
Dante Input Patch LIB
“SCENE___”
“INEQ____”
“OUTEQ___”
“DYNA____”
“INCHNNL_”
“OUTCHNL”
“GEQ_____”
“EFFECT__”
“P5033___”
“P5043___”
“U76_____”
“OPT-2A__”
“EQ-1A___”
“DYNAEQ__”
“DANTEIN_”
Number
1-300
41-200
4-200
42-200
1-200
1-200
1-200
55-200
1-100
1-100
1-100
1-100
1-100
1-100
1-10
EOX
11110000
01000011
0001nnnn
00111110
00010010
00000000
01001100
01101001
01100010
01010101
01101110
01010011
01110100
01110010
0mmmmmmm
0mmmmmmm
0mmmmmmm
0mmmmmmm
0mmmmmmm
0mmmmmmm
0mmmmmmm
0mmmmmmm
0nnnnnnn
0nnnnnnn
0ccccccc
0ccccccc
11110111
F0 System exclusive message
43 Manufacture’s ID number (YAMAHA)
1n n=0-15 (Device number=MIDI Channel)
3E Digital mixer
19 CL Series
00 OTHER DATA
"C" (ASCII CODE)
"o" (ASCII CODE)
"l" (ASCII CODE)
"U" (ASCII CODE)
"n" (ASCII CODE)
"S" (ASCII CODE)
"t" (ASCII CODE)
"r" (ASCII CODE)
mm (ASCII CODE)
mm (ASCII CODE)
mm (ASCII CODE)
mm (ASCII CODE)
mm (ASCII CODE)
mm (ASCII CODE)
mm (ASCII CODE)
mm (ASCII CODE)
nh Number High
nl Number Low
ch Channel High
cl Channel Low
F7 End of exclusive
Module Name
User Defined Keys (Admin)
User Defined Keys (Guest)
Custom Fader Bank (Current)
Custom Fader Bank (Admin)
Custom Fader Bank (Guest)
User Level (Current)
User Level (Guest)
4.7 FUNCTION CALL – MODULE –
4.7.1 Format (PARAMETER CHANGE)
Receive
Data will be received when [PARAMETER CHANGE Rx] is on and the Device number
of both [Rx CH] and SUB STATUS are matched. The data will be echoed when
[PARAMETER CHANGE ECHO] is on. The corresponding effect will function
immediately the data is received (depending on the effect type).
STATUS
ID No.
SUB STATUS
GROUP ID
MODEL ID
DATA CATEGORY
FUNCTION NAME
MODULE NAME
4.6.2 Function Name
Function
“ColUnStr”
Setup
Number
0
User Defined Key
0
Program Change
0
Control Change
0
tx/rx
tx
tx
tx
tx
DATA
4.6.3 Module Name
Module Name
Mixer Setting
Outport Setting
Monitor Setting
MIDI Setting
Lib Number
Program Change Table
Control Change Table
Preference (Current)
Preference (Admin)
Preference (Guest)
User Defined Keys (Current)
EOX
“MIXERSET”
“OUT_PORT”
“MONITOR_”
“MIDI_SET”
“LIB_NUM_”
“PRGMCHG_”
“CTRLCHG_”
“PREF_CUR”
“PREF_ADM”
“PREF_GST”
“UDEF_CUR”
269
“UDEF_ADM”
“UDEF_GST”
“CFAD_CUR”
“CFAD_ADM”
“CFAD_GST”
“UKEY_CUR”
“UKEY_GST”
11110000
01000011
0001nnnn
00111110
00010010
00000000
01001101
01101111
01100100
01000110
01111000
01010100
01110010
01100111
0mmmmmmm
0mmmmmmm
0mmmmmmm
0mmmmmmm
0mmmmmmm
0mmmmmmm
0mmmmmmm
0mmmmmmm
0eeeeeee
0ppppppp
11110111
F0 System exclusive message
43 Manufacture’s ID number (YAMAHA)
1n n=0-15 (Device number=MIDI Channel)
3E Digital mixer
19 CL Series
00 OTHER DATA
"M"
"o"
"d"
"F"
"x"
"T"
"r"
"g"
mm (ASCII CODE)
mm (ASCII CODE)
mm (ASCII CODE)
mm (ASCII CODE)
mm (ASCII CODE)
mm (ASCII CODE)
mm (ASCII CODE)
mm (ASCII CODE)
ee Effect number (0:RACK1 - 7:RACK8)
pp Release:0, Press:1
F7 End of exclusive
4.7.2 Module Name
Module Name
Freeze Play button
Freeze Record button
“FRZPLAY_”
“FRZREC__”
Number
0:RACK1, 2:RACK3, 4:RACK5, 6:RACK7
0:RACK1, 2:RACK3, 4:RACK5, 6:RACK7
This will not work when the Effect Type is different.
Reference Manual
Appendices
4.8
FUNCTION CALL – CHANNEL –
4.8.1 Pair ON/OFF Trigger Format (PARAMETER CHANGE)
Receive
Data will be received when [PARAMETER CHANGE Rx] is on and the Device number
of both [Rx CH] and SUB STATUS are matched. The data will be echoed when
[PARAMETER CHANGE ECHO] is on.
STATUS
ID No.
SUB STATUS
GROUP ID
MODEL ID
DATA CATEGORY
FUNCTION NAME
MODULE NAME
DATA
EOX
11110000
01000011
0001nnnn
00111110
00010010
00000000
01000011
01101000
01101100
01010000
01101001
01110010
01000011
01110000
0mmmmmmm
0mmmmmmm
0mmmmmmm
0mmmmmmm
0mmmmmmm
0mmmmmmm
0mmmmmmm
0mmmmmmm
0sssssss
0sssssss
0ddddddd
0ddddddd
11110111
F0 System exclusive message
43 Manufacture’s ID number (YAMAHA)
1n n=0-15 (Device number=MIDI Channel)
3E Digital mixer
19 CL Series
00 OTHER DATA
"C"
"h"
"l"
"P"
"i"
"r"
"C"
"p"
mm (ASCII CODE)
mm (ASCII CODE)
mm (ASCII CODE)
mm (ASCII CODE)
mm (ASCII CODE)
mm (ASCII CODE)
mm (ASCII CODE)
mm (ASCII CODE)
sh Source Channel Number H *1)
sl Source Channel Number L *1)
dh Destination Channel Number H *1)
dl Destination Channel Number L *1)
F7 End of exclusive
4.8.2 Module Name
Module Name
Pair On (with Copy)
Pair On (with Reset Both)
Pair Off
*1)
“PAIRONCP”
“PAIRONRS”
“PAIROFF_”
0 :CH1
- 71:CH72
256 :MIX 1
- 279:MIX 24
512 :MATRIX 1 - 519: MATRIX 8
4.9 LEVEL METER DATA
4.9.1 Format (PARAMETER CHANGE)
When transmission is enabled by receiving Request for Level Meter, the corresponding
metering data will be sent in every 50 millisecond for 10 seconds. If metering
information is expected to be continuously sent, Request is needed to be sent in at least
every 10 seconds.
Receive
The data will be echoed when [PARAMETER CHANGE ECHO] is ON.
Transmission
When transmission is enabled by receiving Request, the corresponding metering data
will be sent in constant interval for a given period of time (The interval and time will
vary depending on devices). When rebooted or port setting is changed, the
transmission will be disabled.
When [PARAMETER CHANGE ECHO] is on, the message will be sent as it is.
STATUS
ID No.
SUB STATUS
GROUP ID
MODEL ID
DATA CATEGORY
DATA
EOX
11110000
01000011
0001nnnn
00111110
00010010
00100001
0mmmmmmm
0mmmmmmm
0mmmmmmm
0ddddddd
:
11110111
F0
43
1n
3E
19
21
mm
mm
mm
dd
:
F7
System exclusive message
Manufacture’s ID number (YAMAHA)
n=0-15 (Device number=MIDI Channel)
Digital mixer
CL Series
REMOTE LEVEL METER
ADDRESS UL
ADDRESS LU
ADDRESS LL
Data1
End of exclusive
4.9.2 Format (PARAMETER REQUEST)
Receive
Data will be received when [PARAMETER CHANGE Rx] is on and the Device number
of both [Rx CH] and SUB STATUS are matched. The data will be echoed when
[PARAMETER CHANGE ECHO] is on. the corresponding metering data will be sent
via [Rx CH] in constant interval for a given period of time (The interval and time will
vary depending on devices).
When Address UL = 0x7F is received, all metering data transmission will be
immediately stopped [disabled].
Transmission
When [PARAMETER CHANGE ECHO] is on, the message will be sent as it is.
STATUS
ID No.
SUB STATUS
GROUP ID
MODEL ID
DATA CATEGORY
DATA
EOX
11110000
01000011
0011nnnn
00111110
00010010
00100001
0mmmmmmm
0mmmmmmm
0mmmmmmm
0ccccccc
0ccccccc
11110111
F0
43
3n
3E
19
21
mm
mm
mm
ch
cl
F7
System exclusive message
Manufacture’s ID number (YAMAHA)
n=0-15 (Device number=MIDI Channel)
Digital mixer
CL Series
REMOTE LEVEL METER
ADDRESS UL
ADDRESS LU
ADDRESS LL
Count H
Count L
End of exclusive
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Warning/Error Messages
Message
Message
Meaning
Meaning
File Already Exists!
The USB flash drive already contains a file/directory with the same
name as the one you are attempting to save, rename, or create.
File Error [xx]!
Internal file access error
File Protected!
Overwriting was not possible because the file on the USB flash
drive is write-protected.
xxx Parameters Copied.
Parameter xxx was copied to the copy buffer.
xxx Parameters Initialized.
Parameter xxx was initialized.
xxx Parameters Pasted.
Parameter xxx was pasted from the copy buffer.
Parameter xxx was exchanged with the contents of the copy
buffer.
Flash Memory Initializing Finished.
Memory initialization has been completed.
xxx Parameters Swapped with Copy Buffer.
Help File Not Found!
The help file has not been loaded.
ALTERNATE FUNCTION: Turned off!
ALTERNATE FUNCTION was turned off.
Illegal Address!
The IP address or Gateway address setting is invalid.
Assignment is Restricted to Max. 8 Sources!
The Monitor Define function allows a maximum of eight sources
to be selected, but you attempted to assign more than eight.
Illegal MAC Address! Cannot Use Network.
Communication via the Network connector is not possible
because the MAC address setting has been damaged for some
reason. Please contact your Yamaha service center listed at the
end of the Owner’s Manual (separate document).
Illegal Storage Format!
The USB flash drive could not be accessed because its format is
invalid or unsupported.
Internal Power Supply is Cut Off!
The internal (INT) power supply has stopped operating.
Alternatively, some other problem has occurred. Contact a
Yamaha service center listed at the end of the owner’s manual
(separate document).
Internal Power Supply is Turned On.
The internal (INT) power supply has started up normally.
KEY IN CUE: Turned Off.
KEY IN CUE was defeated because you switched from the
DYNAMICS 1 popup window of an input channel to a different
screen.
Cannot Assign!
In the USER DEFINED KEYS popup of the CL3/CL1, you attempted
to edit an item that cannot be edited for that model.
Cannot Bookmark This Popup.
This popup window cannot be bookmarked.
Cannot Mount This Type of Device in This
Position.
You attempted to mount a specific device at a position where it
cannot be mounted.
Cannot Paste!
Cannot paste the character string.
Cannot Recall!
Failed to recall a scene memory or library.
Cannot Select This Channel.
You attempted to select a channel that cannot be operated due to
your user level or some other reason.
Cannot Store!
Failed to store a scene memory or library.
Cannot Undo!
You pressed the [UNDO] button when Undo was not available.
Loading Aborted.
Loading from USB flash drive was aborted.
Channel Copied.
Channel settings have been copied.
Loading Finished.
Finished loading from USB flash drive.
Channel Moved.
Channel settings have been moved.
Low Battery!
The backup battery voltage is low.
Channel Returned to Default Settings.
Channel settings have been returned to the default settings.
Couldn’t Access File.
File on the USB flash drive could not be accessed for some reason.
Maximum Number of Audio Files Exceeded!
The number of songs that can be managed by the USB memory
recorder has been exceeded.
Couldn’t Write File.
File could not be saved to the USB flash drive.
Current User Changed. [xxx]
Current user was changed to [xxx].
Memory Error! All Memories were
Initialized.
Directory Not Empty!
You attempted to delete a directory, but failed because there were
files remaining in the directory.
All data has been initialized because the data in internal backup
memory has been lost, due to failure of the backup battery or
some other reason. Please contact your Yamaha service center
listed at the end of the operating manual (separate document).
MIDI: Data Framing Error!
MIDI: Data Overrun!
An inappropriate signal is being input to the MIDI input port.
EDITOR: Data Framing Error!
EDITOR: Data Overrun!
Invalid signals are being exchanged with CL Editor.
MIDI: Rx Buffer Full!
Too much data is being received at the MIDI input port.
EDITOR: Rx Buffer Full!
Too much data is being received at the CL Editor input port.
MIDI: Tx Buffer Full!
To much data is being transmitted from the MIDI output port.
EDITOR: Tx Buffer Full!
Too much data is being transmitted from the CL Editor output
port.
No Access From Recorder!
In the RECORDER screen, it is not possible to move to a level
higher than \YPE\SONGS\.
EFFECT CUE: Turned Off.
CUE was defeated because you switched from the EFFECT popup
window or the premium rack popup window to a different screen.
No channel selected.
A copy-source channel was not selected in the GLOBAL PASTE
screen.
External HA Connection Conflict!
External HA data could not be recalled, because the state of
connections to the external HA has changed since the scene was
stored.
No Copy Item Selected.
In the Global Paste screen, you attempted to paste without
having selected an item to paste.
The PW800 (EXT) power supply connected to the CL series
console has stopped operating.
No Corresponding Help Items.
The corresponding section was not found in the Hlep file.
External Power Supply is Cut Off!
No ID3 Tag exists. You can not edit.
The music file cannot be edited because it has no ID3 tag.
File Access is Busy!
The following operation has not been performed yet because the
USB flash drive is being accessed.
No Response from External HA.
No response from an external AD8HR.
No Response from I/O DEVICE.
The I/O devices not responding.
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Message
Meaning
Message
Meaning
STAGEMIX: Tx Buffer Full!
Too much data is being transmitted from the StageMix output
port.
Storage Full!
The file could not be saved because there is insufficient space on
the USB flash drive.
Storage Not Found!
The USB flash drive could not be recognized.
Storage Not Ready!
Access is not possible because the USB flash drive is not ready.
Sync Error! [xxx]
The CL series console is not synchronized to the [xxx] signal.
Tap Operation Ignored.
Tap operation was ignored because the TAP TEMPO button is not
displayed in the screen.
This Operation is Not Allowed.
This operation has been ignored because the current user does
not have permission.
Processing was interrupted.
Too Large Files! Loading Failed.
Loading is not possible because the bitmap file is too large. The
maximum supported file size is 307,256 Bytes.
PREVIEW Mode : Cannot Use This Function.
The operation was ignored because this function cannot be used
during Preview.
Too Many Bands Used! Cannot Compare.
Copying 31BandGEQ and comparing it to Flex15GEQ has failed
because more than 15 bands are included in the copy source.
PREVIEW Mode : Disabled
Preview was disabled.
PREVIEW Mode : Enabled
Preview was enabled.
Too Many Bands Used! Cannot Paste to
Flex15GEQ.
Copying and pasting 31BandGEQ to Flex15GEQ has failed
because more than 15 bands are included in the copy source.
Re-Enter Password!
When specifying the user password, the password was not
entered a second time.
Total Slot Power Capability Exceeded!
Power consumption of the I/O cards installed in the slots has
exceeded the rated value.
RECORDER: CODEC Error [0x%08X] !
A codec error occurred in the RECORDER screen.
Unassigned Encoder.
Your operation has been ignored because there is no parameter
that corresponds to the knob you operated.
Recorder Busy: Operation Aborted!
Operation of the button was cancelled because time is required
for recorder processing.
Unsupported File Format!
The file you attempted to load from the USB flash drive is of an
unsupported format.
RECORDER IN CUE: Turned Off.
CUE was cancelled for RECORDER IN because you switched from
the RECORDER screen to another screen.
USB Currently Active for Recorder function!
Save or Load operations are unavailable because the USB memory
recorder is recording or playing.
USB Currently Active for SAVE or LOAD!
The recorder cannot operate, since mixer scene memory or library
data is being saved to or loaded from the USB flash drive.
USB Memory Busy: Recorder Stopped!
Recording/playback stopped because time is required for USB
flash drive processing.
USB Memory Full !
Can’t save the RECORDER playlist because there is insufficient free
space on the USB flash drive.
USB Memory Full! Recorder Stopped.
Recorder processing was halted because the USB flash drive
capacity ran out while the USB memory recorder was operating.
USB Memory is Protected!
The USB flash drive’s Protect setting is turned on.
USB Memory Unmounted! Recorder
Stopped.
Recorder processing was halted because the USB flash drive was
disconnected while the USB memory recorder was operating.
Page Bookmarked.
The current screen or popup has been bookmarked.
Password Changed.
The password has been changed.
PLAYBACK OUT CUE: Turned Off.
CUE was cancelled for PLAYBACK OUT because you switched
from the RECORDER screen to another screen.
PlayBack Failed: Recorder is Busy!
Audio file link playback is not possible because recording is in
progress.
Please wait, Dante patch is proceeding now.
You attempted to edit in the DANTE PATCH screen at a time when
patching was not possible.
Power Supply Fan has Malfunctioned!
The cooling fan of the internal power supply has stopped. If a
malfunction has occurred, please contact your Yamaha service
center listed at the end of the operating manual (separate
document).
Processing Aborted.
Removed from the Channel Link group.
The channel was removed from the link group.
Saving Aborted.
Saving to the USB flash drive has been interrupted.
Saving Finished.
Finished saving to USB flash drive.
SCENE #xxx is Empty!
No data has been stored in the scene you attempted to recall, or
the data has been damaged so that it cannot be recalled.
SCENE #xxx is Protected!
You attempted to overwrite (store) a protected scene.
SCENE #xxx is Read Only!
You attempted to overwrite (store) a read-only scene.
Scene Playback Link Canceled!
The audio playback link for the scene was cancelled.
SLOT x: Data Framing Error!
SLOT x: Data Overrun!
Invalid signals are being input from the SLOT x input port.
SLOT x: Rx Buffer Full!
Too much data is being received at the SLOT x input port.
SLOT x: Tx Buffer Full!
Too much data is being sent from the SLOT x output port.
USB over current Error! Disconnect USB
device.
The USB device was disconnected because of excessive USB
current.
Some Song Files Are Unidentified.
Some songs were not identified. Songs that have not been
specified might be used for DIRECT PLAY or PLAY BACK LINK.
Word Clock Error! Recorder Stopped!
Recorder was halted because synchronization to the word clock
was lost.
Song File Not Found!
The file specified for SCENE LINK or DIRECT PLAY assigned to a
USER DEFINED key does not exist.
Wrong Audio File Format!
The format of the audio file is invalid.
STAGEMIX: Data Framing Error!
STAGEMIX: Data Overrun!
Wrong Password!
The password you input was incorrect.
Invalid signals are being exchanged with StageMix.
STAGEMIX: Rx Buffer Full!
Too much data is being received at the StageMix input port.
Wrong Word Clock!
The CL series console cannot synchronize because the source
selected by MASTER CLOCK SELECT in the WORD CLOCK screen
is not appropriate.
You Cannot Create User Key.
The current user does not have permission to create a user key.
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■ Dynamic Range.
Electrical characteristics
Input
All faders are nominal when measured. Output impedance of signal generator:150ohms
OMNI IN 1-8
—
■ Frequency Response.
Input
OMNI IN 1-8
Fs= 44.1 kHz or 48 kHz @20 Hz–20 kHz, referenced
to the nominal output level @1 kHz
Output
RL
OMNI OUT 1-8
600 Ω
PHONES
Conditions
GAIN: +66dB
8Ω
■ Gain Error.
Input
OMNI IN 1-8
RL
OMNI OUT 1-8
600 Ω
OMNI OUT 1-8
600 Ω
Internal OSC
PHONES
8Ω
Conditions
Input level : –62 dBu , GAIN : +66 dB
 Output level +4.0 dBu (Typ.)
Internal OSC
Max.
0.0
0.5
–3.0
0.0
0.5
Typ.
Max.
Output
OMNI OUT 1-8
600 Ω
AD + DA, GAIN: –6dB
2.0
Full scale output, Output level :
+24.0 dBu (Typ.)
–0.5
0
0.5
–30 dBFs, phones level control : max.
 Output level 0 dBu (Typ.)
–0.5
0
0.5
108
dB
OMNI OUT 1-8
600 Ω
DA Converter
112
dB
Parameter
dB
600 Ω
OMNI OUT 1-8
600 Ω
PHONES
8Ω
Unit
dB
Frequency
Range
Jitter of PLL
Frequency
Accuracy
Fs= 44.1 kHz or 48 kHz
Min.
Typ.
+4 dBu @20 Hz–20 kHz, GAIN: +66dB
Max.
Min.
Typ.
Max.
Unit
■ Sampling Frequency
Unit
Internal Clock
Conditions
Conditions
* Dynamic Range are measured with A-weight filter.
External Clock
0
RL
OMNI OUT 1-8
Min.
–2.0
Input level : +10 dBu , GAIN : –6 dB
 Output level +4.0 dBu (Typ.)
■ Total Harmonic Distortion.
OMNI IN 1-8
Typ.
–1.5
RL
Fs= 44.1 kHz or 48 kHz @1 kHz
Output
Input
Min.
Fs= 44.1 kHz or 48 kHz
Output
Jitter
Unit
Conditions
Fs= 44.1 kHz
Fs= 45.9375 kHz (44.1 kHz +4.1667%)
Fs= 44.1441 kHz (44.1 kHz +0.1%)
Fs= 44.0559 kHz (44.1 kHz –0.1%)
Fs= 42.336 kHz (44.1 kHz –4.0%)
Fs= 48 kHz
Fs= 50 kHz (48 kHz +4.1667%)
Fs= 48.048 kHz (48 kHz +0.1%)
Fs= 47.952 kHz (48 kHz –0.1%)
Fs= 46.080 kHz (48 kHz –4.0%)
Min.
Typ.
–200
DIGITAL IN Fs= 44.1 kHz
DIGITAL IN Fs= 48 kHz
Word Clock : Int 44.1 kHz
Word Clock : Int 48 kHz
Unit
+200
ppm
10
ns
44.1
Word Clock : Int 48 kHz
Word Clock : Int 44.1 kHz
Max.
kHz
48
–50
+50
Word Clock : Int 44.1 kHz
4.429
Word Clock : Int 48 kHz
4.069
ppm
ns
0.1
+4 dBu @20 Hz–20 kHz, GAIN: –6dB
0.05
Full Scale Output @1 kHz
0.02
Full Scale Output @1 kHz, PHONES Level
Control: Max.
0.2
%
* Total Harmonic Distortion is measured with a 18 dB/octave filter @80 kHz
■ Hum & Noise.
Input
OMNI IN 1-8
Fs= 44.1 kHz or 48 kHz, EIN= Equivalent Input Noise
Output
OMNI OUT 1-8
RL
600 Ω
Conditions
Rs= 150 Ω, GAIN: +66dB
Master fader at nominal level and one
Ch fader at nominal level.
Rs= 150 Ω, GAIN: –6dB
Master fader at nominal level and one
Ch fader at nominal level.
All INPUTs
—
—
Min.
Typ.
Max.
–62
–84
–79
dBu
OMNI OUT 1-8
600 Ω
Rs= 150 Ω, GAIN: –6dB
Master fader at nominal level and all
OMNI IN 1-8 in faders at nominal level.
–70
OMNI OUT 1-8
600 Ω
Residual Output Noise, ST Master Off
–88
8Ω
Residual Output Noise, PHONES Level
Control Min.
–88
PHONES
Unit
–128
EIN
* Hum & Noise are measured with A-weight filter.
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Mixer Basic Parameters
Function
Parameter
■ Output Function
Type: Gate/Ducking/Comp/Expander
Threshold= Gate: –72 dB to 0 dB
Others: –54 dB to 0 dB
■ Libraries
Name
Number
Total
Ratio=
Preset 1 + User 300
301
Attack= 0 msec to 120 msec
Input CH Library
Preset 1 + User 199
200
Hold=
Output CH Library
Preset 1 + User 199
200
Input EQ Library
Preset 40 + User 159
199
Output EQ Library
Preset 3 + User 196
199
Dynamics Library
Preset 41 + User 158
199
Effect Library
Preset 27 + User 172
199
GEQ Library
Preset 1 + User 199
200
Premium Rack Library
Portico5033
Portico5043
U76
Opt-2A
EQ-1A
DynamicEQ
Preset 1 + User 199
Dante Input Patch Library
Preset 1 + User 10
200
11
Normal/Reverse
Digital Gain
–96 dB to +24 dB
HPF
Attenuator
4 Band
Equalizer
Slope= 12 dB/Oct
Dynamics2
Frequency= 20 Hz to 600 Hz
–96 dB to 0 dB
Releace= 48 kHz: 5msec to 42.3 sec
44.1 kHz: 6 msec to 46.1 sec
Gain=
0.0 dB to +8dB
Knee=
Hard to 5 (soft)
Key In:
Self Pre EQ/Self Post EQ/Mix Out21-24
Ch1-STIN8R (8ch block)
Threshold= –54 dB to 0 dB
Ratio=
1:1 to ∞:1
Compander: 1:1 to 20:1
Attack= 0 msec to 120 msec
Dynamics 1
Release= 48 kHz: 5 msec to 42.3 sec
44.1 kHz: 6msec to 46.1 sec
Threshold= –54 dB to 0 dB
Key In:
Self Pre EQ/Self Post EQ/Mix Out21-24 MIX24/
MTRX1-8/STIN LR/MONO(C) (8ch block)
1:1 to ∞:1
Compander: 1:1 to 20:1
Width= 1 dB to 90 dB
Attack= 0 msec to 120 msec
Fader
Level: 1024 steps, ∞, –138 dB to +10 dB
Release= 48 kHz: 5 msec to 42.3 sec
44.1 kHz: 6 msec to 46.1 sec
On
On/Off
Gain=
–18 dB to 0 dB, 0 dB to +18 dB
Knee=
Hard to 5 (soft)
Key In:
Self Pre EQ/Self Post EQ/Mix Out21-24
Ch1-STIN8R (8ch block)
TYPE= HPF, BPF
Q= 0.10 to 10.0
Direct Out Point: Pre HPF/Pre EQ/Pre Fader/Post On
Type: Comp/Expander/Compander H/Compander S
–18 dB to 0 dB, 0 dB to + 18 dB
Low Shelving (Low Band)
Direct Out
Insert Point: Pre EQ/Pre Fader/Post On
Hard to 5 (soft)
Frequency= 1.0 KHz to 12.5KHz
Insert Point: Pre EQ/Pre Fader/Post On
Type I/Type II
Insert
Knee=
Q= 0.10 to 10.0
Insert
High Shelving, LPF (High Band)
Gain=
Width= 1 dB to 90 dB
Fader
Low Shelving (Low Band)
Type: Comp/De-Esser/Compander H/Compander S
Gain= –18 dB to +18 dB
Type I/Type II
Q= 0.10 to 10.0
Key In Filter: HPF/LPF/BPF
Frequency= 20 Hz to 20 kHz
High Shelving, LPF (High Band)
4Band Equalizer
Decay= 48 kHz: 5 msec to 42.3 sec
44.1 kHz: 6 msec to 46.1 sec
Ratio=
Parameter
Phase
Gain= –18 dB to +18 dB
Range= Gate: –∞ dB to 0 dB
Ducking: –70 dB to 0 dB
■ Input Function
Function
48 kHz: 0.02 msec to 1.96 sec
44.1 kHz: 0.02 msec to 2.13 sec
Parameter
–96 dB to 0 dB
Frequency= 20 Hz to 20 kHz
1:1 to ∞:1
Scene Memory
Dynamics 1
Function
Attenuator
Level: 1024 steps, ∞, –138 dB to +10 dB
Pan/Balance
Position L63 to R63
Mute Group
8 Groups
Matrix Send Point: Pre Fader/Post On
Mix to Matrix
Stereo to Matrix Level: 1024 steps, ∞, –138 dB to +10 dB
Oscillator
Level= 0 to –96dB (1 dB step)
On/Off= Software control
■ Output Port
Function
Parameter
On
On/Off
Out Port Delay
Pan/Balance
Position L63 to R63
Pan Mode: Pan/Balance
Out Port Phase
Normal/Reverse
Gain
–96 to +24 dB
DCA Group
16 Groups
Mute Group
■ Processor
8 Groups
24 sends
Mix Send
Function
Fix/Variable can be set each two mixes
Mix Send Point: Pre EQ/Pre Fader/Post On
Level: 1024 steps, ∞, –138 dB to +10 dB
8 Sends
Matrix Send
0 msec to 1000 msec
GEQ
Parameter
31 bands x 16(24) or 15 bands x 32(48) systems
Effects
Stereo In/Stereo Out multi effector x 8 systems
Premium Rack
Parameter
Stereo(Dual) In/Stereo(Dual) Out Premium Rack x
8 systems
Matrix Send Point: Pre EQ/Pre Fader/Post On
Level: 1024 steps, ∞, –138 dB to +10 dB
LCR Pan
CSR= 0% to 100%
DELAY
0 ms to 1000 msec
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Note Off
Key’s
Ch’s
Velocity
After
Touch
275
O: Yes
X: No
Mode 2: OMNI ON, MONO
Mode 4: OMNI OFF, MONO
Effect Control
Mode 1: OMNI ON, POLY
Mode 3: OMNI OFF, POLY
Aux
Messages
X
X
X
X
O
O
IDI Implementation Chart
Recorder Control
Assignable
Bank Select
Data Entry
NRPN LSB,MSB
Assignable Cntrl
Effect Control
*1 Bulk Dump/Request and Parameter Change/Request.
*2 MMC
X
X
X
X
X
X
:All Sound Off
:Reset All Cntrls
:Local ON/OFF
:All Notes OFF
:Active Sense
:Reset
O
X
X
O
X
O *1,*2
O 0–127
0–300
O
O
O
O
X
X
X
O 9nH, v=1-127
O
Memorized
Memorized
Remarks
Notes
X
X
:Clock
:Commands
System
Real Time
X
X
X
:Song Pos.
:Song Sel.
:Tune
O *1
O 0–127
**************
Common
System Exclusive
:True#
O
O
O
O
X
X
X
O 9nH, v=0,127
X
0–127
X
1, 3
X
X
1–16
1–16
Recognized
Version: 1.0
Date: 1 Mar. 2012
M
Prog
Change
Control
Change
0,32
6,38
98,99
1-31,33-95, 102119
True Voice
Note
Number
Pitch
Bend
X
X
**************
Default
Messages
Altered
Mode
0–127
X
1–16
1–16
Default
Changed
Transmitted
MIDI Implementation Chart
Basic
Channel
Function...
Model: CL5/CL3/CL1
YAMAHA [ Digital Mixing Console ]
Appendices
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Appendices
Index
F
M
R
Factory set........................................................ 206
Fade function..................................................... 91
Focus function................................................... 87
Function Tree...................................................... 4
Recall Safe function.......................................... 88
Recall scenes.............................................. 80, 152
Gain .................................................................... 30
Analog gain.................................................... 30
Digital gain .................................................... 34
Gain Compensation ................................... 34, 35
Global Paste function ....................................... 85
GPI.................................................................... 221
Graphic EQ...................................................... 114
Libraries ....................................................... 137
Operations ................................................... 118
Grouping............................................................ 64
Master fader.................................................... 174
MATRIX buses................................... 39, 51, 202
MBCL meter bridge (optional) .................... 113
METER screen................................................ 111
Meters .............................................................. 111
MIDI ................................................................ 149
MIDI Data Format......................................... 264
MIDI Implementation Chart ....................... 275
MIX buses ................................................. 39, 202
MIX channels
Sending to MATRIX buses.......................... 51
Sending to STEREO/MONO bus ............... 48
Mixer Basic Parameters................................. 274
Mixing parameter operation applicability.. 254
Monitor function ....................................... 97, 98
Mute groups................................................ 64, 66
H
N
HA (Head Amp) ............................................... 30
Help function .................................................. 193
Recalling....................................................... 194
Viewing ........................................................ 194
Network address ............................................ 205
NRPN parameter assignments..................... 250
Nuendo Live ................................................... 188
D
I
Dante audio network ............................... 15, 213
DAW .................................................................. 25
DCA groups ...................................................... 64
Directly outputting........................................... 23
Dynamics..................................................... 56, 59
Libraries ......................................................... 63
DYNAMICS Library List............................... 228
Dynamics Parameters .................................... 230
I/O device......................................................... 138
Initialize ........................................................... 206
Input channels................................................... 27
Channel library ............................................. 45
Channel name and icon............................... 28
Sending to MIX/MATRIX bus ................... 39
Sending to STEREO/MONO buses ........... 35
Input Delay ........................................................ 44
Input patch ........................................................ 19
Inserting ............................................................. 21
Internal clock................................................... 204
Internal effects................................................. 122
Oscillator ................................................. 106, 108
Output channels................................................ 46
Channel library ............................................. 55
Channel name and icon ............................... 47
Output Delay ..................................................... 55
Output patch...................................................... 16
OVERVIEW screen .......................................... 12
A
Assignable encoders ....................................... 172
Functions that can be assigned................. 263
Audio file (links to a scene recall) .................. 94
C
Calibration function.............. 207, 208, 209, 211
Cascade connections ...................................... 200
Centralogic section........................................... 11
Channel
Copying, moving, initializing ..................... 73
Channel color................................... 29, 204, 211
Channel library ........................................... 45, 55
Channel Link..................................................... 70
Channel name displays .................................. 204
Console Lock................................................... 175
Control Changes
Control parameters .................................... 155
Cue function.............................................. 97, 101
Operating..................................................... 102
Custom fader bank ......................................... 173
E
Effect................................................................. 114
Libraries ....................................................... 137
Effect Type List ............................................... 232
Effects and tempo synchronization ............. 247
Effects Parameters .......................................... 233
Electrical characteristics ................................ 273
EQ ....................................................................... 56
Libraries ......................................................... 63
EQ Library List................................................ 227
External device.................................................. 21
External head amp.................................. 138, 144
G
L
Lamps ............................................................... 204
LEDs ................................................................. 204
Linking ............................................................... 64
O
P
Parameter Changes........................................ 157
Parameters that can be assigned to
control changes ............................................. 248
Patching.............................................................. 15
Pink frame (TOUCH AND TURN)............ 171
Preferences...................................................... 168
Premium Rack................................................ 130
Libraries ...................................................... 137
Premium Rack Processor Parameters......... 245
Preview mode .................................................... 96
Program Changes........................................... 152
S
Scene memory .................................................. 77
Editing ........................................................... 82
Security ............................................................ 158
SELECTED CHANNEL section....................... 6
SELECTED CHANNEL VIEW screen............ 7
SETUP screen ................................................. 196
Slot.................................................................... 198
STEREO/MONO buses............................. 35, 48
STEREO/MONO channels
Sending to MATRIX buses ......................... 51
T
Talkback ..........................................................
Title list ............................................................
TOUCH AND TURN....................................
Touch screen...................................................
106
187
171
204
U
USB flash drive
Formatting ..................................................
Loading a file ..............................................
Loading a Help file.....................................
Loading a text file.......................................
Playing back audio files.............................
Recording audio .........................................
Saving and loading setup data..................
USB memory recorder...................................
USER DEFINED keys....................................
Functions that can be assigned.................
Recalling Help ............................................
USER DEFINED knobs.................................
Functions that can be assigned.................
User Level settings..........................................
180
178
193
193
185
183
177
181
169
259
194
171
262
158
V
Virtual rack ..................................................... 114
Operations................................................... 115
W
Warning/Error Messages .............................. 271
Word clock...................................................... 198
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