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PM5D V1.20 Supplementary Manual
PM5D system software V1.20 includes the following changes and additions relative to V1.04 (changes up to V1.12 are also included).
Use ENCODER [ON] keys to turn phantom power (+48V) on/off (from V1.05)
HA follows Recall Safe on/off operations
(from V1.05)
A “USE ENCODER-ON AS +48V” option has been added
to the PREFERENCE 1 screen. If this option is on, and HA
(head amp input sensitivity) is selected as the encoder
mode, you can use the ENCODER [ON] key located above
each encoder to turn phantom power supply (+48V) on/off.
A new SAFE KEY MODE SELECT section has been added
to the RECALL SAFE screen. If you turn on the HA+CH
button, using the [RECALL SAFE] key of the panel or the
RECALL SAFE button in the CH VIEW screen (INPUT
VIEW function) to turn Recall Safe on/off will now also
turn on/off the Recall Safe setting for the HA patched to the
corresponding channel. If the CH button is on, the HA
Recall Safe setting will not be linked.
Switch parameter value indication on/
off in the Name display (from V1.05)
A “CHANNEL NAME NUMERIC DISPLAY” field has been
added to the PREFERENCE 2 screen. In V1.04 and earlier,
operating the fader or encoder (pan setting) of each channel caused the name display to show the value of that
parameter. In V1.05 and later, turning the “ENCODER
VALUE” and “FADER VALUE” options off will prevent the
respective parameter value from appearing when you operate the fader or encoder.
DCA group name Recall Safe and Selective Recall can be switched on/off (from
V1.05)
Select the monitor source from the
panel (from V1.05)
When selecting a monitor source from the panel in V1.04 or
earlier, you could simultaneously select one source from
[2TR A1]–[2TR D3] or [DEFINE] and one source from
[STEREO A]/[STEREO B] (including LCR), for a maximum total of two sources. In V1.05 and later, turning on
one key will turn off the other keys, allowing you to select a
single monitor source more rapidly. If you want to select
two sources simultaneously (as in V1.04 and earlier), press
the corresponding panel keys simultaneously, or use the
MONITOR screen.
A new WITH NAME button has been added to the DCA
area of the RECALL SAFE screen and SELECTIVE RECALL
screen. This allows you to exclude just the DCA group name
from DCA group Recall Safe and Selective Recall. If the
WITH NAME button is on, Recall Safe and Selective Recall
will apply to the DCA group names of DCA groups for
which these functions are on. If the WITH NAME button is
off, DCA group names are excluded from Recall Safe and
Selective Recall.
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Displaying output channel names (from
V1.20)
The OUTPUT PATCH function now includes a NAME
screen that enables you to name output channels and view
channel names on various screens.
The procedure functions the same as the NAME screen for
the INPUT PATCH function.
However, the NAME screen is not included in the CH
COPY, GLOBAL PASTE, or CSV IMPORT/EXPORT
function.
Parameter operation for Recall Safe/
Selective Recall (from V1.12)
When using Recall Safe or Selective Recall, there has been a
change in the behavior of parameters of which only one
exists for each pair of adjacent odd-numbered/even-numbered channels or modules (see owner's manual p.165). If
Recall Safe or Selective Recall is specified for only one of
these channels or modules, the parameters will behave as
follows.
• PAIR
Forcibly turned off (pairing will be defeated).
• GATE STEREO LINK
• COMP STEREO LINK
• GEQ LINK
LINK parameters will be forcibly turned off (link will be
defeated).
• DELAY GANG
• ATT GANG
GANG parameters will be recalled. If GANG turns On
because of the recall, the relative differences of the
DELAY and ATT parameter values following the recall
will be maintained when they are edited.
• MS DECODE
• FIXED/VARI
These will not be recalled.
• PAN MODE
The PAN MODE parameter will be recalled. However, if
the recall would cause the PAN MODE setting to change
from BALANCE to some other setting, or from some
other setting to BALANCE, then the PAN MODE and
PAN parameters will not be recalled. Also, if the recall
causes the PAN MODE to become GANG PAN, the relative difference of the PAN parameter values following
the recall will be maintained when they are edited.
Support for the Y96K card (from V1.10)
A PLUG-IN screen has been added to the EFFECT function. Also, PLUGIN parameters have been added to the
RECALL SAFE screen and SELECTIVE RECALL screen of
the SCENE function. These additions are in order to support the Y96K card that will become available in the near
future from the Waves Corporation. For details on operation, refer to the owner’s manual for the Y96K.
Please note that the Y96K card will operate as follows.
• Data will be stored/recalled as scene data, but the Undo
function is not supported.
• If you power-off and then power-on the PM5D, conventional scene data will be in the same state as when
you powered-off, but the Y96K will be in the state that
was last stored or recalled.
• If you recall a scene that produces a major change in the
settings of the Y96K, the settings of the Y96K will change
several seconds after recall occurs on the PM5D. If you
want the timing of the change to be synchronized, use
the FADE TIME screen to specify a START OFFSET.
• Do not perform scene store/recall operations in the
Y96K’s update waiting screen. If you do so, the screen
will become inoperable for up to 30 seconds.
• The Scene Store operation saves the Y96K settings in the
PM5D. If you executed Scene Store while the Y96K had
previously been installed, and then once again store the
scene with the Y96K not installed, the previous Y96K
settings will remain. If a scene has never been stored
while the Y96K is installed, recalling that scene with the
Y96K installed will not affect the Y96K in any way.
• In PREVIEW mode, the PLUG-IN screen does not display the Y96K status.
MIDI EVENT etc. data now maintained
during scene recall (from V1.05)
The MIDI EVENT, GPI OUT CONTROL, and REMOTE
TRANSPORT data included in a scene is now maintained
when a scene recall occurs. This means that if you store a
recalled scene into another scene, this data will be stored as
it was when recalled.
DME series monitor source selection and
EXTERNAL CUE on/off (from V1.05)
A MONITOR button and monitor source select button have
been added to the DME CONTROL screen. When you click
the monitor source select button ( ), the MONITOR
POINT SELECT window will appear, letting you select the
DME series unit monitor source. If the MONITOR button
is on, the EXTERNAL CUE indicator in the upper part of
the display will turn on, and the monitor signal of the DME
series unit will be sent to the PM5D’s CUE bus.
SETUP data compatibility (from V1.05)
SETUP data created on system software V1.05 or later cannot be loaded into a system that’s running V1.03 or earlier.
However, SETUP data created on system software V1.03 or
earlier can be loaded by a system that’s running V1.05 or
later.
Scene data compatibility (from V1.10)
In conjunction with Y96K card support, compatibility of
scene data (ALL DATA, SCENE MEMORY, SCENE MEMORY with LINKED LIBRARY) has been changed as follows.
Scene data created with system software V1.10 or later cannot be loaded into a system running V1.04 or earlier.
However, scene data created on a system running V1.04 or
earlier can be loaded into a system running V1.10 or later.
In this case, the Y96K settings will remain as they were prior
to loading. If you save this data on a system running V1.10
or later, the data size will increase by the amount required
for Y96K support.
A note regarding scenes/libraries immediately after system startup
Note
Before turning on the MONITOR button, you must select the
same port as the monitor output on the DME series unit and
as the monitor input for the PM5D. To specify the DME series
unit monitor output, use the “Monitor Out” dialog box of DME
Designer, accessed by [Tools] menu → [Monitor]. To specify
the PM5D monitor input, use the MONITOR PORT field on the
SETUP page of the DME CONTROL screen.
Much faster DME control (from V1.20)
The speed of remote control operation of the DME64N/24N
(firmware version 2.0 or later) has been increased.
(In particular, speed is increased when a connection is made
via an MY16-C or MY16-CII card.)
The speed of remote control operation of the DME8i-C/
8o-C/4io-C has also been increased.
Newly added bulk dump data types
(from V1.05)
The following data types can now be handled by bulk dump.
Data name
(D0)
Data Number
(D1,2)
tx/rx
Function
‘K’
512
Surround Setting
tx/rx
(Current Data)
& Request
‘V’
512User Defined Keys
tx/rx
(Current Data)
& Request
‘L’
512MIDI Remote &
tx/rx
(Current Data)
Request
‘U’
512Fader Mode &
tx/rx
(Current Data)
Request
After the system is started up, the PM5D takes several minutes to transfer scene/library data within internal memory.
(The time required depends on the amount of data.) This
means that the following restrictions apply during this time.
• You can’t execute the PASTE button in the GLOBAL
PASTE screen.
• You can’t execute the scene memory UNDO function.
• Scene memory recall will take a bit of time.
List of parameters available for Pair or Recall Safe operation
The following table illustrates which parameters for the paired channels can be linked and which settings for each parameter can
be selected for Recall Safe operation.
: Parameters of paired channels are linked.
– : Parameters cannot be linked, or selected for Recall Safe operation.
■ Input channels
Parameter
Pair
Recall Safe
GANG
possible
on HA
HA
Delay On
Delay TIME
—
Mute Assign
MIX ALL
Recall Safe
—
DCA Assign
MIX ALL
Fade Time
ST FADER, ALL
HA (not ALL)
PHASE
—
MS DECODE
—
LCR
INPUT ALL
INPUT ALL
INPUT ALL
Fade Time
INPUT FADER, ALL
Insert
INPUT ALL
Direct Out
INPUT ALL
On
INPUT ALL
Fader
INPUT FADER, ALL
PAN
GANG
INPUT ALL
Att
GANG
INPUT ATT, ALL
Gate
INPUT GATE, ALL
Comp
INPUT COMP, ALL
HPF
INPUT EQ, ALL
EQ
INPUT EQ, ALL
Delay On
Delay TIME
INPUT DELAY, ALL
GANG
INPUT DELAY, ALL
Surround LFE
INPUT ALL
Surround Div
INPUT ALL
Surround Div Rear
INPUT ALL
Surround Div Link
INPUT ALL
Mute Assign
INPUT ALL
DCA Assign
INPUT ALL
To Stereo On
INPUT ALL
To Mix Follow Pan
INPUT MIX SEND, ALL
To Mix ON
INPUT MIX SEND, ALL
To Mix LEVEL
INPUT MIX SEND, ALL
To Mix PAN
INPUT MIX SEND, ALL
To Mix PRE/POST
INPUT MIX SEND, ALL
PAIR
INPUT ALL
Global Paste
—
Solo Safe
—
Cue
—
Key In Cue
—
Mute Safe
—
Selective Recall
—
Tracking Recall
—
■ MIX channels
Parameter
Pair
Recall Safe
Recall Safe
—
LCR
MIX ALL
Fade Time
MIX ALL
On
MIX ALL
Fader
Comp
EQ
MIX DELAY, ALL
Parameter
To Mix ON
CH to MIX (not ALL)
Insert
To Mix LEVEL
CH to MIX (not ALL)
On
CH to MIX (not ALL)
Fader
To Mix PRE/POST
CH to MIX (not ALL)
BALANCE
To Matrix ON
MIX TO MTRX, ALL
Comp
To Matrix LEVEL
MIX TO MTRX, ALL
EQ
To Matrix POINT
MIX TO MTRX, ALL
Delay On
To Mix Pan
To Matrix PAN
—
—
Pair
Recall Safe
ST ALL
ST ALL
SY FADER, ALL
—
ST ALL
ST COMP, ALL
ST EQ ALL
ST DELAY, ALL
MIX ALL
Delay TIME
To Stereo On
MIX ALL
Mute Assign
ST ALL
To Stereo Point
MIX ALL
DCA Assign
ST ALL
Post To ST
MIX ALL
MONO
Mute Assign
MIX ALL
To Matrix On
ST TO MTRX, ALL
DCA Assign
MIX ALL
To Matrix LEVEL
ST TO MTRX, ALL
PAIR
MIX ALL
To Matrix POINT
VARI/FIX
MIX ALL
To Matrix PAN
Global Paste
—
Global Paste
—
Solo Safe
—
Solo Safe
—
Cue
—
Cue
—
Mute Safe
—
Mute Safe
—
Selective Recall
—
Selective Recall
—
Tracking Recall
—
Tracking Recall
—
■ MATRIX channels
Parameter
Pair
—
Fade Time
MATRIX FADER, ALL
Insert
MATRIX ALL
On
MATRIX ALL
BALANCE
MATRIX FADER, ALL
—
Comp
MATRIX EQ, ALL
Delay On
Delay TIME
MATRIX ALL
MATRIX COMP, ALL
EQ
GANG
ST ALL
ST TO MTRX, ALL
—
ST ALL
Parameter
OUTPUT PATCH
Turn off the library link.*
EFF1-8
GEQ1-12
DCA
FADER,MUTE
DCA FADE TIME
DCA NAME
MUTE MASTER
MIDI REMOTE
MATRIX ALL
MATRIX ALL
PAIR
MATRIX ALL
Recall Safe
Turn off the library link.*
MATRIX DELAY, ALL
DCA Assign
Pair
INPUT PATCH
MATRIX DELAY, ALL
Mute Assign
Global Paste
—
ST DELAY, ALL
■ Other
Recall Safe
Recall Safe
Fader
GANG
PLUG-IN
EFF1-8
LINK
GEQ1-12
DCA1-8
DCA1-8
DCA1-8 (WITH NAME)
MUTE MASTER
MIDI REMOTE A-D
PLUG-IN 1-4
* The parameter becomes eligible for Recall Safe if the
library link is turned off in the SCENE screen.
—
Solo Safe
—
Cue
—
Mute Safe
—
Selective Recall
—
Tracking Recall
—
MIX FADER, ALL
Insert
BALANCE
GANG
■ STEREO channels
Recall Safe
—
NAME
MIX DELAY, ALL
MIX FADER, ALL
—
MIX ALL
MIX COMP, ALL
MIX EQ, ALL
U.R.G., Pro Audio & Digital Musical Instrument Division, Yamaha Corporation
© 2004 Yamaha Corporation
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