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Yamaha MMP1 Operation Manual [English]
SIGNAL PROCESSOR
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1. Contents
2. Overview ...........................................................................................3
2-1. MMP1 Editor (for Windows/for Mac) ........................................................... 4
2-2. MMP1 Controller (for iPad).......................................................................... 4
3. Setting Up .........................................................................................5
3-1. Open the application ................................................................................... 5
3-2. Log in (MMP1 Editor only)........................................................................... 5
3-3. Select an MMP1 .......................................................................................... 5
3-4. Configure basic settings .............................................................................. 6
4. Screens .............................................................................................7
4-1. MMP1 Editor................................................................................................ 7
4-1-1. Menu bar .....................................................................................................7
4-1-2. Main screen.................................................................................................8
4-1-3. Sub screen ................................................................................................15
4-1-4. Monitor Matrix screen................................................................................18
4-1-5. Speaker Matrix screen ..............................................................................20
4-1-6. Speaker Management screen ...................................................................22
4-1-7. Patch screen .............................................................................................24
4-1-8. Settings screen..........................................................................................27
4-1-9. Information screen.....................................................................................41
4-2. MMP1 Controller ....................................................................................... 43
4-2-1. Menu bar ...................................................................................................43
4-2-2. Control view...............................................................................................43
4-2-3. Editor view - Main Monitor screen .............................................................46
4-2-4. Editor view - Ch Strip screen.....................................................................48
4-2-5. Editor view - Preference screen ................................................................51
4-2-6. Information screen.....................................................................................52
5. Configuring System Settings........................................................53
5-1. Basic settings example.............................................................................. 53
5-2. Bass Management .................................................................................... 60
5-3. Lip Sync Delay .......................................................................................... 61
5-4. Commentary functions .............................................................................. 62
6. Appendix.........................................................................................65
6-1. Error messages ......................................................................................... 65
6-2. MMP1 Editor keyboard shortcuts .............................................................. 66
7. Index................................................................................................67
Information
• The illustrations and screens as shown in this manual are for instructional purposes only.
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documentation and cannot be held responsible for the results of the use of this manual and the software.
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2. Overview
2. Overview
The MMP1 has three main functions.
Trim
FIR
Speaker
Out
Delay
Surround
Speakers
IIR
EQ (6)
Speaker Matrix
(32x32 Matrix Mixer)
Monitor
Alignment
Process (32)
Output Patch
Bass Management
Filter (32)
Monitor
Out
DAW
Speaker
Processor
Cue Out
input Patch
Mic Pre-amp
Headphone
(player)
Headphone
Out
Channel
Strip (8)
Insert
Return
Headphone
(engineer)
Monitor Matrix
(40x36 Matrix Mixer)
Channel Out
Insert Send
DAW
Output Patch
Outboard
(EQ, Compressor, etc.)
1 Channel strip function
Allows for the use of up to eight channel strips, each equipped with HPF, LPF, EQ, compressor, insert send/return and
other functions. This can be used to input the signal from the microphone preamp to which the recording microphone is
connected and adjust sound quality when recording to produce a low-latency cue mix. The microphone on each
channel strip can also be turned on or off using a GPI, an iPad, or other similar device (see “5-4. Commentary
functions”).
2 Monitor processing function (max. 40x36 matrix)
This is used to select a Monitor Source, mix Monitor Sources, adjust levels, and control lip sync delay and cue mix
Talkback. You can also mix the output from channel strip (1) and the cue audio sent from the DAW to produce a lowlatency cue mix.
3 Speaker Management function (max. 32x32 matrix)
This adjusts monitor signals. The matrix input stage comes with a bass management crossover filter to allow for
unrestricted bass management not constrained by conventional 5.1 channel and 7.1 channel setups. This ensures
compatibility should new surround sound formats be introduced in the future.
The output stage comes equipped with 6-band EQ, delay and level adjustment trim controls, and can be used while
switching the output Speaker Set.
The following two applications can be used to operate the MMP1.
• MMP1 Editor (for Windows/for Mac)
• MMP1 Controller (for iPad)
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2. Overview
2-1. MMP1 Editor (for Windows/for Mac)
Connect the MMP1 Editor to the MMP1 on your network (one unit) to control all MMP1 functions.
MMP1
MMP1
MMP1
MMP1
Editor
Network switch
Computer
2-2. MMP1 Controller (for iPad)
Connect the MMP1 Controller to the MMP1 on your network (one unit) for convenience and ease in controlling certain MMP1
functions.
NOTE
Before using the MMP1 Controller, you will need to make initial settings to your MMP1 using the MMP1 Editor.
MMP1
MMP1
MMP1
Network switch
iPad
Wi-Fi access point
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3. Setting Up
3. Setting Up
3-1. Open the application
3-1-1. MMP1 Editor
Click or double click the MMP1 icon.
3-3. Select an MMP1
3-3-1. MMP1 Editor
Select an MMP1 on the “Select MMP1” dialog box.
NOTE
You can also display the “Select MMP1” dialog box from the
menu bar to change the desired MMP1 for operation at any time.
3-1-2. MMP1 Controller
Tap the MMP1 Controller icon.
3-2. Log in (MMP1 Editor only)
User Type
You can restrict the MMP1 Editor operations
according to their User Type. The following
three User Types are available.
NIC
Select the network interface card
connected to the MMP1 to operate.
Device
Select the MMP1 to operate. Click the
asterisk (*) in the Identify column so that the
indicator on the front panel of the
corresponding MMP1 flashes on and off.
OFFLINE
Disconnects from the MMP1 and closes the
“Select MMP1” dialog box.
CONNECT
(Editor  MMP1)
Connects to the MMP1 selected in the
Device field and sends MMP1 Editor
settings to the MMP1. The “Select MMP1”
dialog box will close after settings are sent.
Administrator
Allows unrestricted access to all screens
and functions.
NOTE
Advanced User
You must enter the Passcode for the MMP1
when connecting to an MMP1 with a
Passcode set. You can set Passcodes on
the Information screen when logged in as
an Administrator. Entering a passcode is
not necessary when connecting to the
same MMP1 as that used previously.
Allows access to almost all functions
besides settings (Settings screen).
Basic User
Allows access only to the Main screen and
the Information screen.
Password
Enter your password to log in as an
“Administrator” or “Advanced User.”
NOTE
• “Administrator” and “Advanced User”
passwords can be set on the “Editor” tab
of the Settings screen.
• Passwords are left blank by default when
unset.
Online
Opens the “Select MMP1” dialog box for
selecting desired MMP1.
Offline
Edits the MMP1 Editor offline without
connection to or control of the MMP1.
Exit
Closes the MMP1 Editor.
CONNECT
(MMP1  Editor)
Connects to the MMP1 selected in the
Device field and loads MMP1 settings into
the MMP1 Editor. The “Select MMP1” dialog
box will close after settings are retrieved.
NOTE
You must enter the Passcode for the MMP1
when connecting to an MMP1 with a
Passcode set.
You can set Passcodes on the Information
screen when logged in as an Administrator.
Entering a passcode is not necessary when
connecting to the same MMP1 as that used
previously.
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3. Setting Up
3-4. Configure basic settings
3-3-2. MMP1 Controller
Select an MMP1 on the “Select MMP1” dialog box. The
“Select MMP1” dialog box is displayed when launching
the MMP1 Controller.
NOTE
You can also display the “Select MMP1” dialog box from the
menu bar to change the desired MMP1 for operation at any time.
NOTE
Only the MMP1 Editor can be used to configure basic settings.
Basic settings must be configured on the MMP1 Editor before the
MMP1 Controller can be used.
1. Select “
(file icon)” on the menu bar, then select
“New.”
1
2
2. Select whether or not you want to use the Setup
Wizard.
Next, follow the on-screen instructions.
3
Disconnecting from the MMP1
1 Select the MMP1 connection.
2 Tap to select the MMP1 to operate.
3 Tap to connect.
NOTE
• You can switch between Wireless/Wired on iOS 9.3 or later
devices.
• You must enter the Passcode for the MMP1 when connecting
to an MMP1 with a Passcode set. Entering a passcode is not
necessary when connecting to the same MMP1 as that used
previously.
When using the Setup Wizard, configure basic settings by
answering the questions as they appear on the screen.
Canceling the Setup Wizard before it is complete will
revert settings to what they were prior to launching the
Setup Wizard.
When the Setup Wizard is not used, the following values
will be applied automatically.
Sample Rate
48 kHz
Speaker Format
Stereo
LFE Filter
None
LFE Trim
None
Bass Management
None
Monitor Source
None
Speaker Set
None
Cue Mix Input Channel
None
Cue Mix Output Channel
None
Talkback Mic Input Channel
None
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4. Screens
4. Screens
4-1. MMP1 Editor
4-1-1. Menu bar
This is a shared menu that appears on all screens.
Minimizes the MMP1 Editor
Displays errors
Creates and saves files
Selects a Scene
Closes the MMP1 Editor
(File icon)
Switches screens
Displays online (green)/offline status
Click to display the “Select MMP1” dialog box
“Administrator” privileges are required to use files.
When you open a file online, the settings in the opened file are sent to the connected MMP1.
Store different system configurations as Scenes to be loaded later depending on the studio in use or the event.
Scenes are stored from “Scene Management” in the “MISC” tab of the “Scene” tab on the Settings screen. Use
the “Confirmation Recall” option of the “Editor” tab on the Settings screen to choose whether a confirmation
dialog box appears when changing Scenes.
(Error icon)
Cooling fan has stopped
Please contact your Yamaha dealer and have qualified Yamaha service personnel inspect the cooling
fan.
The backup battery voltage is reduced
Please contact your Yamaha dealer and have qualified Yamaha service personnel replace the backup
battery.
Memory defects
If the issue is still not solved even after restoring factory settings, please contact qualified Yamaha
service personnel.
Dante module defects
NOTE
Please refer to the MMP1 Getting Started for more information about restoring factory settings and contact
qualified Yamaha service personnel.
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4. Screens
4-1-2. Main screen
This is the Main screen used for monitor control.
NOTE
This screen can be used by all User Types.
Meters
Displays Monitor Matrix Out meters
Channel strips
For setting EQ, compressor, insert, pan,
output level and other values for each
channel strip
Click the tabs to change
User Assignable functions
For displaying and enabling operation
of User Assignable functions
Selected Channel tab
Monitor Control tab
For fine-tuning of the parameters for the selected
channel strip
For selecting the audio being monitored and setting
Monitor output levels
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4. Screens
4-1-2a. Meters
4-1-2b. Channel strips
Here you can display Monitor Matrix Out meters. These
channels include Monitor outputs (up to 32 ch), Downmix
L/R, and Headphone L/R.
For setting EQ, compressor, insert, pan, output level and
other values for each channel strip.
NOTE
Displays the signal processors applied to audio
signals in the order in which they are applied
(descending order).
• The meters shown here are the same as those on the Sub
screen.
• Drag a Main Monitor Out meter to change the order.
Displays the EQ graph.
Displays the COMP graph.
Turns output to the PFL (Pre Fader Listen) bus on
(green) or off.
Turns output to the AFL (After Fader Listen) bus
on (green) or off.
Turns mute on (yellow) or off.
Values less than -20 dB are displayed in green , values
less than 0 dB in yellow , and values equal to or above 0
in red . Peak hold circuits are not displayed.
Drag, double click or use the mouse wheel to set
the pan value. To return the setting to the center,
simultaneously hold down the <Ctrl> key
(Windows) or the <command> key (Mac) and
click on the control.
NOTE
• The breakdown of Monitor outputs is based on the format
selected under “Monitor Matrix Out” in the “Monitor Matrix” tab
of the “Scene” tab on the Settings screen.
Shows the status of mics controlled with the
Commentary functions.
• The signal position displayed on the meters can be selected in
the “System” tab of the “Scene” tab on the Settings screen.
Drag or use the mouse wheel to set output level.
To return the setting to 0 dB, simultaneously hold
down the <Ctrl> key (Windows) or the
<command> key (Mac) and click on the control.
Click these buttons to set all Main Monitor
outputs to SOLO or MUTE.
/
Click these buttons to turn each Main Monitor
SOLO or MUTE setting on (lights up) or off.
Click these buttons to turn the oscillator on (lit)
or off. You can select the oscillator type used in
the “Oscillator” section on the Sub screen.
represents sine waves and
represents pink
noise.
Displays the output level.
Double click to enter a value.
Displays the channel name.
Double click to change the name.
This is displayed when using Talkback.
NOTE
• Eight channel strips are available when the MMP1’s sample
rate is 96 kHz or less, and four channel strips are available
when the MMP1’s sample rate being used is higher than
96 kHz. You can change the sample rate in the “MISC” tab of
the “Scene” tab on the Settings screen.
• Set channel strip input sources in “Channel Strip In” on the
Patch screen, and switch between these using “SOURCE A”
and “SOURCE B” on the “Selected Channel” tab on the Main
screen.
• Click to select a channel strip, and then set the parameters in
the “Selected Channel” tab on the Main screen.
• To bring up the context menu, (for Windows) right click
anywhere within the section, or (for Mac) hold down the
<control> key and then click in the section.
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4. Screens
PFL
Turn this on (green) to send outputs to Main
Monitors 1 and 2 while muting outputs from
Main Monitor 3 onwards.
AFL
Turn this on (green) to send outputs to Main
Monitors 1 and 2 while muting outputs from
Main Monitor 3 onwards. When “PFL” is on,
signals will not be sent to the Main Monitors
even when this button is turned on.
4-1-2c. Selected Channel tab
Here you can fine-tune the parameters for the selected
channel strip.
Out-of-range values entered will be corrected
to the maximum or minimum value allowed.
Shows the status of mics controlled with the
Commentary functions.
Shows the mic audio is being input.
Shows that the mic user has muted
mic audio.
Shows that the mic on and off
control by the mic user is disabled.
NOTE
• Select or deselect the “Show Cough
Status” check box of the “Editor” tab on the
Settings screen to show or hide this status
display.
• Set GPI inputs/outputs in the “GPI” tab of
the “Global” tab on the Settings screen
and use the device connected to the
MMP1 GPI [INPUT] connector to turn mics
on or off. This can also be operated using
buttons created in the “User Assignable”
tab of the “Scene” tab.
Level meter
Values less than -20 dB are displayed in
green , values less than 0 dB in yellow ,
and values equal to or above 0 in red .
Peak hold circuits are not displayed.
Fader
Double click on a position to move the fader
there.
Output level
Out-of-range values entered will be corrected
to the maximum or minimum value allowed.
You can also use the mouse wheel to change
the output level.
Channel name
Enter a channel name of up to
17 alphanumeric characters and symbols.
To insert a line break at any point,
simultaneously hold the <Alt> key and press
<Enter> (Windows), or hold the <option> key
and press <return> (Mac).
Channel name
Double click to change. Enter a channel
name up to 17 alphanumeric characters
and symbols. To insert a line break at any
point, simultaneously hold the <Alt> key
and press <Enter> (Windows), or hold the
<option> key and press <return> (Mac).
SOURCE A/
SOURCE B
Switches between channel strip input
sources.
NOTE
The input source (A/B) can be set using
“Channel Strip In” of the “Input Patch” tab
on the Patch screen.
Shows the status of mics controlled with
the Commentary functions.
Shows the mic audio is being
input.
Shows that the mic user has
muted mic audio.
Shows that the mic on and off
control by the mic user is
disabled.
NOTE
• Select or deselect the “Show Cough
Status” check box of the “Editor” tab on
the Settings screen to show or hide this
status display.
• Set GPI inputs/outputs in the “GPI” tab
of the “Global” tab on the Settings
screen and use the device connected
to the MMP1 GPI [INPUT] connector to
turn mics on or off. This can also be
operated using buttons created in the
“User Assignable” tab of the “Scene”
tab.
Click to switch between the signal phases
(normal phase/reversed phase (green)).
HPF
Click to turn the HPF (High Pass Filter) on
(green) or off.
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4. Screens
HPF cutoff
frequency
Drag or use the mouse wheel to change
the HPF cutoff frequency. Double click to
enter a value. Out-of-range values
entered will be corrected to the maximum
or minimum value allowed. To return the
setting to 80 Hz, simultaneously hold
down the <Ctrl> key (Windows) or the
<command> key (Mac) and click on the
control.
LPF
Click to turn the LPF (Low Pass Filter) on
(green) or off.
LPF cutoff
frequency
Drag or use the mouse wheel to change
the LPF cutoff frequency. Double click to
enter a value. Out-of-range values
entered will be corrected to the maximum
or minimum value allowed. To return the
setting to 16 kHz, simultaneously hold
down the <Ctrl> key (Windows) or the
<command> key (Mac) and click on the
control.
INSERT
Click to turn the Insert on (green) or off.
Send Destination
Select the signal to send to the Insert.
Return Source
Select the signal to be returned from the
Insert.
(Insert) Trim
Drag or use the mouse wheel to adjust
signal levels to be sent to the Insert.
Double click to enter a value. Out-ofrange values entered will be corrected to
the maximum or minimum value allowed.
To return the setting to 0 dB,
simultaneously hold down the <Ctrl> key
(Windows) or the <command> key (Mac)
and click on the control.
Drag or use the mouse wheel to change four band EQ
parameters (Frequency, Gain, Q). Double click to enter a value.
Out-of-range values entered will be corrected to the maximum or
minimum value allowed. To return these parameters to their
default values, simultaneously hold down the <Ctrl> key
(Windows) or the <command> key (Mac) and click on the
corresponding control. Default values are F: 125 Hz/355 Hz/
3.55 kHz/6.3 kHz, G: 0 dB, and Q: 4.0 (Shelf)/1.4 (Peak)/1.0
(Notch). You can also select the EQ type from Peak and Shelf
(Shelving), or Peak and Notch.
SIGNAL CHAIN
Displays the signal processors applied to
audio signals in the order in which they
are applied (descending order).
COMP
EQ
Click to turn the EQ on (green) or off.
You can choose from the following four EQ
algorithms. The color of the bar at the
bottom of the EQ graph will change based
on the algorithm selected.
Displays the EQ graph and filters.
PRECISE
This EQ strives for ultimate precision and
controllability. It enables you to adjust the
target point precisely, and flexibly satisfies
various requirements for sound making.
Low/High Shelving filters feature a “Q”
parameter, which enables you to adjust
the knee characteristics.
AGGRESSIVE
This EQ is musical and effective. It
enables you to add a powerful, creative
edge and serves as a powerful tool for
artistic expression.
SMOOTH
This EQ focuses on smooth sound
qualities. It contributes to a natural sound
without changing the atmosphere of the
original.
LEGACY
This is the standard EQ that has been
provided on Yamaha digital mixers since
the PM1D and PM5D.
Click to turn the compressor on (green) or
off.
Displays the COMP graph together with the GR meter and the
OUT meter.
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4. Screens
Drag or use the mouse wheel to change compressor parameters.
Double click to enter a value. Out-of-range values entered will be
corrected to the maximum or minimum value allowed. To return
these parameters to their default values, simultaneously hold
down the <Ctrl> key (Windows) or the <command> key (Mac)
and click on the corresponding control. (shown in the table
below).
Threshold:
Ratio:
Attack:
Release:
Knee:
Input:
Output:
0.0 dB
1.00: 1
3.148 ms
290.6 ms
Soft 2
0.0 dB
0.0 dB
Trim
Drag or use the mouse wheel to adjust the
output level for the selected channel.
Double click to enter a value. Out-ofrange values entered will be corrected to
the maximum or minimum value allowed.
To return the output level to 0 dB,
simultaneously hold down the <Ctrl> key
(Windows) or the <command> key (Mac)
and click on the control.
PFL
Click to turn output to the PFL (Pre Fader
Listen) bus on (green) or off. Turn this on
to send pre fader audio signals to Main
Monitors 1 and 2 while muting outputs
from Main Monitor 3 onwards.
AFL
Click to turn output to the AFL (After Fader
Listen) bus on (green) or off. Turn this on
to send post fader audio signals to Main
Monitors 1 and 2 while muting outputs
from Main Monitor 3 onwards. When “PFL”
is on, signals will not be sent to the Main
Monitors even when this button is turned
on.
MUTE
Click to turn mute on (yellow) or off.
PAN
Drag or use the mouse wheel to set the
pan. To return pan to the center position,
simultaneously hold down the <Ctrl> key
(Windows) or the <command> key (Mac)
and click on the control.
PRE
POST
Click to change the position (pre fader/
post fader) of the signal displayed on the
meter.
Level meter
Values less than -20 dB are displayed in
green , values less than 0 dB in
yellow , and values equal to or above 0
in red . Peak hold circuits are not
displayed. To change whether pre fader
or post fader values are displayed, use
the “PRE” and “POST” controls above.
Fader
Drag or use the mouse wheel to set output
levels. To return the setting to 0 dB,
simultaneously hold down the <Ctrl> key
(Windows) or the <command> key (Mac)
and click on the control.
Output level
Displays the output level. Double click to
enter a value. Out-of-range values
entered will be corrected to the maximum
or minimum value allowed. You can also
use the mouse wheel to change the
output level.
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4. Screens
4-1-2d. Monitor Control tab
Here you can select the audio being monitored and set
Monitor output levels.
Select the audio to be monitored from the available Cue
outputs. To change the available Cue outputs for selection
to Cue 5 - Cue 8, turn “Cue 5-8” on (green).
NOTE
• Select the format for Cue Sources 1-8 under the “Monitor
Matrix Out” in the “Monitor Matrix” tab of the “Scene” tab on the
Settings screen.
• You can confirm that the input source to the Cue outputs is
turned on (displayed in green) on the Monitor Matrix screen.
Monitor Level
or Headphone
Monitor Level
Click “u” or “d,” or use the mouse wheel to
set Monitor output level. Double click to
enter a value directly. Out-of-range values
entered will be corrected to the maximum or
minimum value allowed.
NOTE
• You can use the mouse wheel while
holding down <Shift> to make minor
adjustments.
• Changing this value will also change the
SPL value.
DIM
This is used to enable operation of the Main Monitor
outputs.
Click to turn the dimmer on (green) or off.
Turn this on to lower Monitor output for the
DIM Level without changing the Monitor
Level.
NOTE
This button will be on (displayed in green)
and cannot be changed while talkback is on
when “Dim main monitor while talkback is
on” is checked (in the General settings of
the “Global” tab on the Settings screen).
DIM Level
Click “u” or “d,” or use the mouse wheel to
set the attenuation amount of the Monitor
output signal when the dimmer is on. Double
click to enter a value directly. Out-of-range
values entered will be corrected to the
maximum or minimum value allowed.
SPL Level
Click “u” or “d,” or use the mouse wheel to
set the SPL to enter a value directly. Out-ofrange values entered will be “--.- dB,” and
the SPL setting will be off.
As Monitor Level values are tied to the SPL
when the SPL is set, the SPL value will
change when changing the Monitor Level
value.
For example, changing a Monitor Level of
-10 dB to -20 dB when an SPL value of
85 dB is set will result in the SPL value
changing to 75 dB.
This is used to enable operation of the headphone
outputs.
Select the audio to be monitored from the Monitor Sources
available. Turn “SUM” on (green) to select multiple
Monitor Sources at the same time.
NOTE
• Select the format for Monitor Sources 1-8 under “Monitor Matrix
In” in the “Monitor Matrix” tab of the “Scene” tab on the
Settings screen, and then assign input sources for each in the
“Monitor Matrix In” section on the Patch screen or the Monitor
Matrix screen.
NOTE
The SPL level cannot be changed when
“SPL Level Lock” is ON (in the “Editor” tab
on the Settings screen).
• You can confirm the destination of Monitor Sources sent to on
(displayed in green) on the Monitor Matrix screen.
MUTE
Click to turn the Monitor output mute on
(orange) or off.
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4. Screens
REF
DOWNMIX
Click to change the Monitor Level value to
the reference level value.
Holding this down for at least two seconds
(until the indicator flashes) stores the current
Monitor Level value as the reference level.
4-1-2e. User Assignable functions
Here you can display and use User Assignable functions.
Click to turn the Downmix audio output on
(green) or off.
Turn this on to send Downmix L/R outputs to
Main Monitors 1 and 2 while muting outputs
from Main Monitor 3 onwards.
NOTE
This button is disabled when the Cue output
format is selected as the audio being
monitored.
This displays functions registered in the “User
Assignable” tab of the “Scene” tab on the Settings screen.
Depending on the particular functions registered, these
may appear and function as:
• An on/off button (an latch type button that switches on
and off each time you click it)
• A push button (a momentary type button that works
while the button is held down)
• A display indication only
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4. Screens
4-1-3. Sub screen
This is the Sub screen used for monitor control.
NOTE
You can use this screen when logged in as an “Administrator” or “Advanced User.”
Meters
Displays Monitor Matrix Out meters
Monitor section
Oscillator section
Snapshot section
Talkback section
For adjusting input source and Send levels
For selecting signals
to output from the
oscillator, and
adjusting their output
levels
For storing and recalling
Snapshots
For selecting Talkback
interrupt destinations
and adjusting Talkback
output levels
4-1-3a. Meters
NOTE
Here you can display Monitor Matrix Out meters. These
channels include Monitor outputs (up to 32 ch), Downmix
L/R, and Headphone L/R.
• The breakdown of Monitor outputs is based on the format
selected under “Monitor Matrix Out” in the “Monitor Matrix” tab
of the “Scene” tab on the Settings screen.
NOTE
• The signal position displayed on the meters can be selected in
the “System” tab of the “Scene” tab on the Settings screen.
• The meters shown here are the same as those on the Main
screen.
Click these buttons to set all Main Monitor
outputs to SOLO or MUTE.
• Drag a Main Monitor Out meter to change the order.
/
Click these buttons to turn each Main Monitor
SOLO or MUTE setting on (lights up) or off.
Click these buttons to turn the oscillator on (lit)
or off. You can select the oscillator type used in
the “Oscillator” section on the Sub screen.
represents sine waves and
represents pink
noise.
Values less than -20 dB are displayed in green , values
less than 0 dB in yellow , and values equal to or above 0
in red . Peak hold circuits are not displayed.
This is displayed when using Talkback.
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4-1-3b. Monitor section
Lip Sync Delay
Drag or use the mouse wheel to set the lip
sync delay. Double click to enter a value.
Out-of-range values entered will be
corrected to the maximum or minimum
value allowed. To return the setting to 0 ms,
simultaneously hold down the <Ctrl> key
(Windows) or the <command> key (Mac)
and click on the control.
LFE Trim
Click to turn the LFE Trim on (green) or off.
Turn this on to add an LFE Trim Level to all
channels where the CH Type has been set
to “LFE” in the “Speaker Matrix” tab of the
“Scene” tab on the Settings screen.
Here you can adjust the input source and Send levels.
NOTE
Control the sources and outputs of the format selected in the
“Monitor Matrix” tab of the “Scene” tab on the Settings screen.
NOTE
• You can set the CH Type in the “Speaker
Matrix” tab of the “Scene” tab on the
Settings screen.
• You can set the LFE Trim Level in the
“MISC” tab of the “Scene” tab on the
Settings screen.
Click to turn the LFE Filter on (green) or off.
Turn this off to change the crossover filter
for LFE channels in the following ways.
FIR  THRU
IIR  (Bypass)
THRU  THRU (Unchanged)
LFE Filter
Monitor Source
Trim
Cue Source Trim
Drag or use the mouse wheel to adjust
Monitor Source levels. Double click to enter
a value. Out-of-range values entered will be
corrected to the maximum or minimum
value allowed. To return the setting to 0 dB,
simultaneously hold down the <Ctrl> key
(Windows) or the <command> key (Mac)
and click on the control.
Drag or use the mouse wheel to adjust Cue
Source levels. Double click to enter a value.
Out-of-range values entered will be
corrected to the maximum or minimum
value allowed. To return the setting to 0 dB,
simultaneously hold down the <Ctrl> key
(Windows) or the <command> key (Mac)
and click on the control.
Cue Output Trim
Drag or use the mouse wheel to adjust Cue
output levels. Double click to enter a value.
Out-of-range values entered will be
corrected to the maximum or minimum
value allowed. To return the setting to 0 dB,
simultaneously hold down the <Ctrl> key
(Windows) or the <command> key (Mac)
and click on the control. Click “MUTE” to
mute.
Studio Speaker
Output Trim
Drag or use the mouse wheel to adjusts
studio speaker output levels. Double click
to enter a value. Out-of-range values
entered will be corrected to the maximum or
minimum value allowed. To return the
setting to 0 dB, simultaneously hold down
the <Ctrl> key (Windows) or the
<command> key (Mac) and click on the
control. Click “MUTE” to mute.
NOTE
Note that while filters will not be applied
when the crossover filter is set to “THRU,”
the same delay as that applied to the main
channel will be added.
4-1-3c. Oscillator section
Here you can select signals to output from the oscillator,
and adjust their output levels.
NOTE
Click the
or
of the meter to turn the oscillator on or off.
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Oscillator Trim
4-1-3e. Talkback section
Drag or use the mouse wheel to set Oscillator levels.
Double click to enter a value. Out-of-range values entered
will be corrected to the maximum or minimum value
allowed. To return the setting to -20 dB, simultaneously
hold down the <Ctrl> key (Windows) or the <command>
key (Mac) and click on the control.
Here you can select Talkback interrupt destinations and
adjust Talkback output levels.
4-1-3d. Snapshot section
Here you can store parameters at a set point in time as
Snapshots to be loaded later as desired or needed.
NOTE
Up to 20 Snapshots can be stored per Scene.
Talkback
Click to turn the Talkback on (green) or off.
NOTE
Set Talkback inputs and interrupt destinations
in the “Talkback Mic In” of the “Input Patch”
tab on the “Patch” screen and “Talkback
Destination” tab of the “Scene” tab on the
Settings screen.
Trim
Store
Click to store a Snapshot at the selected
location.
Recall
Click to recall (load) the selected Snapshot.
Name
Click to select a Snapshot (or an empty field).
Double click to change the name entered.
Enter a channel name up to 17 alphanumeric
characters and symbols.
Click to lock
or unlock
a Snapshot.
Locked Snapshots cannot be overwritten by
selecting Store.
Drag or use the mouse wheel to adjust
Talkback levels. Double click to enter a value.
Out-of-range values entered will be corrected
to the maximum or minimum value allowed.
To return the setting to 0 dB, simultaneously
hold down the <Ctrl> key (Windows) or the
<command> key (Mac) and click on the
control.
NOTE
You can set the amount that the audio output of interrupt
destination is reduced (dimmed) when Talkback is turned on by
using “Talkback Dim Level” in the “MISC” tab of the “Scene” tab
on the Settings screen.
NOTE
To bring up the context menu, (for Windows) right click anywhere
within the section, or (for Mac) hold down the <control> key and
then click in the section.
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4. Screens
4-1-4. Monitor Matrix screen
This screen is used for routing monitor signals.
NOTE
• You can use this screen when logged in as an “Administrator” or “Advanced User.”
• This matrix is set to 40x36 when the MMP1’s sample rate is 96 kHz or less, and 20x20 when the MMP1’s sample rate being used is higher
than 96 kHz. You can change the sample rate in the “MISC” tab of the “Scene” tab on the Settings screen.
Monitor Matrix Out
Monitor Matrix Out names appear here. Adjust output levels here
Monitor Matrix In
Monitor matrix
For selecting input sources, and
adjusting the levels of the selected
input sources
For turning the Send output from Monitor Matrix In to Out on (green) or off,
and setting Send levels
Monitor Matrix In
Source
For selecting monitor matrix input sources.
NOTE
The same items can be configured on the
“Input Patch” tab on the Patch screen.
Type & No
Source Label
If the Type is “Monitor” or “Cue,” double click
to add a name (label). Enter a channel name
up to 17 alphanumeric characters and
symbols. To insert a line break at any point,
simultaneously hold the <Alt> key and press
<Enter> (Windows), or hold the <option> key
and press <return> (Mac).
Trim
Double click or use the mouse wheel to
adjust input levels. Out-of-range values
entered will be corrected to the maximum or
minimum value allowed.
The Monitor Matrix In input type. Monitor
Sources 1-8 will appear as Monitor 1-8, Cue
Sources 1-8 as Cue 1-8, and other inputs will
be “---” and blank.
NOTE
You can select the format for Monitor 1-8 and
Cue 1-8 in the “Monitor Matrix” tab of the
“Scene” tab on the Settings screen.
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Monitor Matrix Out
Name (Label)
Monitor matrix
Displays Monitor Matrix Out names.
NOTE
• The breakdown of Monitor Matrix Out is
based on the format selected in the
“Monitor Matrix” tab of the “Scene” tab on
the Settings screen.
• You can add Monitor Matrix Out names
(labels) in the “MISC” tab of the “Scene”
tab on the Settings screen.
Trim
Double click or use the mouse wheel to
adjust output levels. Out-of-range values
entered will be corrected to the maximum or
minimum value allowed.
NOTE
When the Cue and Studio Speaker format is
set to stereo, the same settings will be
applied to both L/R.
• Click to turn Send on (green) or off. When a cell has
been turned on, a signal will be sent from the cell row
(the input source) to the cell column (output).
• To turn multiple cells on or off at the same time,
simultaneously hold down the right mouse button
(Windows) or the <control> key (Mac) and then drag
and release the button (key).
Quick Assign: Criss cross from dragging origin point
On: Turns entire dragged area on (green)
Off: Turns entire dragged area off
• Right click (Windows), or hold down the <control> key
and then click (Mac) on a cell that has been turned on
(appearing in green) to set Send levels. Out-of-range
values entered will be corrected to the maximum or
minimum value allowed.
• If the input source is the channel strip (Ch 1-8), right
click (Windows), or hold down the <control> key and
then click (Mac) to select either “Mono,” “L,” or “R.”
• If the Monitor Source format has been selected in the
“Monitor Matrix” tab of the “Scene” tab on the Settings
screen, you cannot set Monitor Sources 1-8 to send to
the Main Monitor, Downmix L/R, or Headphone L/R on
this screen.
Use the “Monitor Control” tab on the Main screen to turn
these Send signals on or off (described in detail below).
Send signals to the Main Monitor: Use the “Monitor
Source” selection button to turn Send on or off.
Send signals to Downmix L/R: Use the “Monitor
Source” selection button to turn Send on or off.
Send signals to Headphone L/R: Set the target to
headphone output, and then use the “Monitor Source”
selection button to turn Send on or off.
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4. Screens
4-1-5. Speaker Matrix screen
This screen is used for routing input signals and speakers.
NOTE
• You can use this screen when logged in as an “Administrator” or “Advanced User.”
• Cells with black backgrounds can be used in the “Speaker Matrix” tab of the “Scene” tab on the Settings screen when logged in as an
Administrator.
• This matrix is 32x32 when the MMP1's sample rate is 96 kHz or less, and 16x16 when the MMP1's sample rate being used is higher than
96 kHz. You can change the sample rate in the “MISC” tab of the “Scene” tab on the Settings screen.
Speaker Matrix Out
Displays Speaker Matrix Out names
Speaker Matrix In
Speaker matrix
For selecting input sources, and
adjusting the levels of the selected input
sources
Click to turn Send on (purple) or off from Speaker Matrix In to Out
NOTE
Refer to page 60 when configuring bass management.
Type
NOTE
Speaker Matrix In
You can set the Type (CH Type) in the
“Speaker Matrix” tab of the “Scene” tab on the
Settings screen.
Trim
Source
For selecting speaker matrix input sources.
NOTE
The same items can be configured on the
“Input Patch” tab on the Patch screen.
The input type to the speaker matrix (“Monitor”
or “LFE”) will appear here.
Double click or use the mouse wheel to adjust
input levels. Out-of-range values entered will
be corrected to the maximum or minimum
value allowed.
NOTE
When the Type (CH Type) is “LFE,” and the
“LFE Trim” button in the “Monitor” section on
the Sub screen is set to on, the LFE Trim Level
will be added to the input value.
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Process Type
Displays the crossover filter type.
NOTE
• You can set the crossover filter type in the
“Speaker Matrix” tab of the “Scene” tab on
the Settings screen.
• The color of the text will be orange when the
FIR filter is temporarily changed to the IIR
filter with the talkback or User Assignable
function.
Filter Setting
Displays the high pass/low pass filter type and
cutoff frequency.
NOTE
You can set the high pass/low pass filter type
and cutoff frequency in the “Speaker Matrix”
tab of the “Scene” tab on the Settings screen.
Speaker Matrix Out
Name (Label)
Display the Speaker Matrix Out names.
NOTE
You can change the names (labels) of
Speaker Matrix Out in the “MISC” tab of the
“Scene” tab on the Settings screen.
Speaker Set
Displays the Speaker Set to which the
Speaker Matrix Out belongs.
NOTE
You can set the Speaker Set in “Speaker
Matrix” tab of the “Scene” tab on the Settings
screen.
Speaker matrix
• Click to turn Send on (purple) or off. When a cell has
been turned on, a signal will be sent from the cell row
(the input source) to the cell column (output).
• To turn multiple cells on or off at the same time,
simultaneously hold down the right mouse button
(Windows) or the <control> key (Mac) and then drag
and release the button (key).
Quick Assign: Criss cross from dragging origin point
On: Turns entire dragged area on (purple)
Off: Turns entire dragged area off
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4-1-6. Speaker Management screen
This is used to set the delay and EQ for signals sent to each speaker.
NOTE
You can use this screen when logged in as an “Administrator” or “Advanced User.”
Speaker Matrix Out
NOTE
• To bring up the context menu, (for Windows) right click a value
or a graph, or (for Mac) hold down the <control> key and then
click a value or a graph.
• To select multiple cells for copying values to, simultaneously
hold down the right mouse button (Windows) or the <control>
key (Mac) and drag the mouse.
Speaker Set
Displays the Speaker Set to which the
Speaker Matrix Out belongs.
NOTE
You can set the Speaker Set in “Speaker
Matrix” tab of the “Scene” tab on the Settings
screen.
Trim
Double click or use the mouse wheel to
adjust input levels. Out-of-range values
entered will be corrected to the maximum or
minimum value allowed.
Delay
Double click or use the mouse wheel to set
the delay. Out-of-range values entered will be
corrected to the maximum or minimum value
allowed.
EQ Graph
Click to display the EQ graph.
EQ 1 – 6
Double click or use the mouse wheel to set
the F (frequency), G (gain), Q, and Type for
the EQ. Out-of-range values entered will be
corrected to the maximum or minimum value
allowed.
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EQ Graph
Direct Speaker Send
Select a Speaker Matrix Out to change the EQ settings.
For selecting input sources to send to each speaker
without going through the speaker matrix. Delay, EQ and
other processing cannot be performed.
This is used to switch between Speaker Sets when the
speaker matrix is being used for another application.
Drag the pointer of each band to change the frequency
and the gain.
Click to select an input source.
NOTE
The same items can be configured on the
“Input Patch” tab on the Patch screen.
Drag or use the mouse wheel to change six EQ
parameters (Frequency, Gain, Q). Double click to enter a
value. Out-of-range values entered will be corrected to the
maximum or minimum value allowed. To return these
parameters to their default values, simultaneously hold
down the <Ctrl> key (Windows) or the <command> key
(Mac) and click on the corresponding control. Default
values are F: 125 Hz/355 Hz/3.55 kHz/6.3 kHz, G: 0 dB,
and Q: 4.0 (Shelf)/1.4 (Peak)/1.0 (Notch). You can also
select the EQ type from Peak and Shelf (Shelving), or
Peak and Notch.
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4. Screens
4-1-7. Patch screen
This screen is used to assign input sources and outputs to channels within the MMP1 Editor and I/O connectors.
The Patch screen is split into the “Input Patch” tab and the “Output Patch” tab. Click these tabs to switch between the two.
NOTE
You can use this screen when logged in as an “Administrator” or “Advanced User.”
4-1-7a. Input Patch
Monitor Matrix In
• For selecting the input source to be routed on the Monitor Matrix screen.
• Up to 32 channels are available. However, only channels 1-16 will be enabled when the MMP1’s sample rate
being used is higher than 96 kHz. You can change the sample rate in the “MISC” tab of the “Scene” tab on the
Settings screen.
• You can select the format for Monitor Sources 1-8 and Cue Sources 1-8 from the “Monitor Matrix” tab of the
“Scene” tab on the Settings screen.
Channel Strip In
• For selecting the desired input source for operation using the channel strip on the Main screen.
• Channel strips are loaded in two sets, A and B. Use the “Selected Channel” tab on the Main screen to switch
between the two.
Speaker Matrix In
• For selecting the input source to be routed on the Speaker Matrix screen.
• Up to 32 channels are available. However, only channels 1-16 will be enabled when the MMP1’s sample rate
being used is higher than 96 kHz. You can change the sample rate in the “MISC” tab of the “Scene” tab on the
Settings screen.
• You can set the input source Type in the “Speaker Matrix” tab of the “Scene” tab on the Settings screen.
Direct Speaker Send For selecting input sources to send to speakers without going through the speaker matrix.
Talkback Mic In
For selecting a Talkback mic input source.
Refer to the table on page 26 for more information about input sources that can be assigned.
NOTE
While holding down the right mouse button (Windows) or the <control> key (Mac) on the Source fields, drag up or down on the fields to
select several input sources at the same time.
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4-1-7b. Output Patch
Dante Out
For selecting the audio signal output from the Dante [PRIMARY]/[SECONDARY] connectors on the MMP1.
Analog Out
For selecting the audio signal output from the ANALOG [OUTPUT 1-8] connectors on the MMP1.
AES/EBU Out
For selecting the audio signal output from the [AES/EBU 1-8]/[AES/EBU 9-16] connectors on the MMP1.
Refer to the table on page 26 for more information about audio signals that can be assigned.
NOTE
While holding down the right mouse button (Windows) or the <control> key (Mac) on the Source fields, drag up or down on the fields to
select several input sources at the same time.
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4-1-7c. Correspondence table of assignable audio signals
Monitor
Matrix In
Source
Channel
Strip In
Speaker
Matrix In
Direct
Speaker
Send
Talkback
Mic In
Dante Out
Analog Out
AES/EBU Out
Dante In
1-64
Input from the Dante
[PRIMARY]/[SECONDARY]
connectors on the MMP1.






Analog In
1-8
Input from the ANALOG
[INPUT 1-8] connectors on
the MMP1.






AES/EBU In
1-16
Input from the [AES/EBU 1-8]/ 
[AES/EBU 9-16] connectors
on the MMP1.





CH Strip Out
1-8
Channel strip output signals.





CH Strip 1-8
Ins Send
Channel strip Insert Send
signals.



PFL Bus Out
Pre Fader Listen for the
channel strip.




AFL Bus Out
After Fader Listen for the
channel strip.




RTB Bus Out
Return Talk Back. Input
signals to the channel strip
are output directly without
passing through the channel
strip.




Monitor
Matrix Meter
Out 1-32
Main Monitor, Cue, Studio
Speaker, and AUX signals
output to the meter.



Downmix L/R signals output
Downmix
Meter Out L/R to the meter.



Headphone L/R signals
Headphone
Meter Out L/R output to the meter.



Signals input to Monitor Matrix
Out 1-32. The sources which
can be selected depends on
the settings under the
“Monitor Matrix Out” in the
“Monitor Matrix” of the
“Scene” tab on the Settings
screen.



Downmix Out Signals input to Downmix Out
L/R.
L/R






Monitor
Matrix Out
1-32
Headphone
Out L/R
Signals input to Headphone
Out L/R.
SPK Matrix
Out 1-32
Signals input to Speaker
Matrix Out 1-32. The sources
which can be selected
depends on the “Speaker
Matrix” of the “Scene” tab on
the Settings screen.



Direct SPK
Out 1-6
Signals input to Direct
Speaker Send.



Oscillator
Internal MMP1 oscillator.






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4. Screens
4-1-8. Settings screen
This screen is used to configure various MMP1 settings.
NOTE
• You can use this screen when logged in as an “Administrator.”
• “Scene” tab settings can be stored (saved) or recalled (loaded) as Scenes.
• “Global” tab settings will be applied to all Scenes.
• “Editor” tab settings are stored by the MMP1 Editor for each computer in use. The same settings will be applied regardless of the file or
Scene opened by the user.
4-1-8a. Scene Tab/MISC
Scene Management
Audio
Here you can store the current system configuration as a
Scene. Stored Scenes can be recalled (loaded) using the
SCENE RECALL [1] to [5] and the [RECALL] key on the
MMP1 unit itself, or from the menu bar of the MMP1 Editor.
Here you can configure the audio-related settings.
2
1
Sample Rate
Determines the sample rate being used
by the MMP1 unit.
Mono to Stereo
Assign Attenuation
Determines the attenuation applied
when assigning monaural signals to
stereo outputs.
Stereo to Mono
Assign Attenuation
Determines the attenuation applied
when assigning stereo signals to
monaural outputs.
Talkback Dim Level
Determines the amount that the audio
output is reduced (dimmed) at the
interrupt destination when Talkback is
turned on. This does not affect the
Talkback voice level itself.
LFE Trim Level
This trim is applied to audio when the
CH Type has been set to “LFE” in the
“Speaker Matrix” tab of the “Scene” tab.
Turn this trim on and off to configure a
system that switches between LFE
channel playback levels.
1 Click to select the Scene storage destination.
2 Click to store the Scene.
Name
• The background of the most recently recalled Scene will
be highlighted.
• Double click to change the Scene name. Enter a
channel name up to 17 alphanumeric characters and
symbols.
• To bring up the context menu, (for Windows) right click
anywhere within the section, or (for Mac) hold down the
<control> key and then click in the section.
NOTE
Set “Confirmation Store” settings to on in the “Editor” tab on the
Settings screen to display a confirmation dialog box when
attempting to store a Scene.
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AES / EBU SRC
For turning the SRC (Sampling Rate
Converter) on and off for two-channel
pair units for AES/EBU input/output.
Analog Input Level
For selecting the input level (+4dBu/
-10dBV) for two-channel pair units for
analog input and output.
Label
Here you can set a name (label) for Monitor Matrix Out
and Speaker Matrix Out.
Type
Displays the Monitor Matrix Out type. You can
configure type settings in “Monitor Matrix” tab
of the “Scene” tab on the Settings screen.
Label
Double click to set a Monitor Matrix Out or
Speaker Matrix Out name. Enter a channel
name up to 17 alphanumeric characters and
symbols.
NOTE
Names set here will appear in the “Monitor
Matrix” Out section on the Monitor Matrix
screen, or in the “Speaker Matrix Out” section
on the Speaker Matrix screen.
Speaker Set
Displays the Speaker Set to which the
Speaker Matrix Out belongs.
NOTE
You can set the Speaker Set in the “Speaker
Matrix” tab of the “Scene” tab on the Settings
screen.
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4-1-8b. Scene Tab/System
Studio Speaker Mute
Use IIR filter for main monitor while talkback is
on
This setting is used when applying a FIR filter with bass
management configured.
Select this
(check) to automatically change the FIR filter to an
IIR filter when Talkback is turned on.
Applying an FIR filter for bass management will increase the
delay. Sending narrator audio on a delay to cues for the narrator
through a Talkback mic will make it harder to narrate effectively.
This can be avoided by automatically switching the FIR filter to an
IIR filter with minimal delay when implementing Talkback.
NOTE
You can set the crossover filter outside of Talkback in the
“Speaker Matrix” tab of the “Scene” tab on the Settings screen.
Output Patch Lock
This will mute studio speaker outputs ( check box
selected outputs) when mic audio input to the channel
strip is set to on.
This locks the function to disable Output Patch
modifications by non-Administrator users.
For example, if the “CH1” and “STU1” cross point is selected, the
STU 1 output will be muted when the channel strip 1 mic is on.
Monitor Matrix Out Metering
Here you can select the signal position displayed on Monitor
Matrix Out meters on the Main screen and the Sub screen.
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4-1-8c. Scene Tab/Monitor Matrix
4-1-8d. Scene Tab/Speaker Matrix
Here you can set the Speaker Set configuration and
speaker matrix input stage filters.
Speaker Matrix
Source
Displays the speaker matrix input sources.
CH Type
For audio that is output to the monitor
speakers, the audio sent to the main
speakers should be set to “Monitor,” audio
sent to LFE channels to “LFE,” and audio
used for other applications to “---.”
NOTE
Here you can set the monitor matrix input and output
configuration.
NOTE
Turn Trim and LPF on or off for LFE channels
from the “Monitor” section on the Sub screen.
Process Type
Set the connection with the MMP1 to “Offline” before changing
settings.
NOTE
Process Type can be selected when the CH
Type is set to “Monitor” or “LFE.”
Monitor Matrix In
Monitor Source
Determines the audio format to output
when a Monitor Source is selected on the
Main screen, or on the MMP1 Controller.
Cue Source
Set this when controlling the cue mix with
the Nuage system.
Specify monaural or stereo for each
source, from Cue Sources 1-8.
IIR: A general-use processing type. While
filter processing rarely results in a delay,
varying delays may result for frequencies
close to the cutoff frequency bands. As such,
you may experience some phase
interference when outputting the same sound
from different speakers.
FIR: A processing type generally referred to
as a “linear phase filter.” A set delay amount
will be applied to all frequency bands when
applying filter processing. As such,
outputting the same sound from different
speakers will help prevent phase interference
from occurring. However, such a process
takes time, resulting in a greater delay. A
delay of around 10 msec is expected with the
MMP1.
Monitor Matrix Out
Main Monitor
Cue 1-8
For selecting the audio format to be
monitored. Specify the total number of
channels used in the system; for example,
set this to “2” when configuring a stereo
monitor system, “6” for a 5.1 system, and
“12” for a 7.1.4 system.
THRU: Bypass filter processing. Although
filtering is not applied when “THRU” is
selected, the signal is output with the same
delay as that generated by the filter type
specified in Process Type when outputting to
account for the delay from the main channel.
Specify monaural or stereo for each
source, from Cue 1-8. If you do not want to
create cue outputs, set this to “0.”
Studio Speaker 1-8 These are channels sent to Studio
Change to IIR
Selects the channels for which the filter is
changed from FIR to IIR when talkback is on
or “Filter Type Change to IIR” of the User
Assignable function is on.
Filter
Determines the high pass/low pass filter to
be applied to the input source.
Speakers. Specify monaural or stereo for
each channel, from 1-8. If you do not want
to create studio speaker outputs, set this to
“0.”
NOTE
A total of 32 channels can be set to Monitor Matrix In and Monitor
Matrix Out when the MMP1’s sample rate being used is 96 kHz or
less, and a total of 16 channels can be set when the MMP1’s
sample rate is higher than 96 kHz.
Determines the filter processing type.
NOTE
Filter can be selected when the CH Type is
“Monitor” or “LFE.”
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Cutoff
Displays the high pass/low pass filter cutoff
frequency.
NOTE
• When the CH Type is set to “LFE,” you can
select a cutoff frequency either at “80Hz”
or “120Hz.”
• This settings item will be disabled when
the high pass/low pass filter is set to
“THRU.”
• Cutoff can be selected when the Filter is
“HPF” or “LPF.”
IIR Slope
Determines filter shoulder characteristics
when an IIR filter is applied.
NOTE
Cutoff can be selected when the Filter is
“HPF” or “LPF.”
Speaker Allocation
NOTE
Set the connection with the MMP1 to “Offline” before changing
Speaker Allocation.
Matrix
Selected
Speaker Sets are output via
the speaker matrix, while unselected
Speaker Sets are output via Direct Speaker
Send.
Format
Select the format for each Speaker Set.
Total Speaker Sets passing through the
Matrix are up to 32 channels when the
MMP1's sample rate being used is 96 kHz
or less, and up to 16 channels when the
MMP1's sample rate is higher than 96 kHz.
Total Speaker Sets passing through the
Direct Speaker Send are up to six
channels.
NOTE
You can change the sample rate in the “MISC” tab of the “Scene”
tab on the Settings screen.
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4. Screens
4-1-8e. Scene Tab/Talkback Destination
Here you can set up to eight Talkback interrupt destination entries. Settings configured here can be used in the “Talkback”
section on the Sub screen.
Destination
Determines the Talkback interrupt destination from 1-8.
Bus
Select the mic input used for Talkback. Mic 1 and Mic 2 for Bus 1 refer to Talkback Mic In 1-1 and 1-2 on the
Patch screen, and Mic 1 and Mic 2 for Bus 2 refer to Talkback Mic In 2-1 and 2-2 on the Patch screen.
NOTE
You can set which signals to assign to Mic 1 and Mic 2 in the “Input Patch/Talkback Mic In” section on the
Patch screen.
Select the check box
corresponding to Talkback interrupt destinations you want to select.
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4. Screens
4-1-8f. Scene Tab/User Assignable
You can register up to 35 frequently used functions (User Assignable functions). Functions registered here can be used on
the Main screen and the Main Monitor screen of the MMP1 Controller.
Label
Double click to add a name to a function set.
Enter a channel name up to 17 alphanumeric
characters and symbols. To insert a line
break at any point, simultaneously hold the
<Alt> key and press <Enter> (Windows), or
hold the <option> key and press <return>
(Mac).
Color
Click to set the color.
NOTE
Colors set here will be reflected as the button
color of User Assignable functions on the
Main screen.
Function,
Parameter
Click to select each of the registered
Functions. The Parameters available for
selection will vary depending on the selected
Function.
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4. Screens
User Assignable functions
Function
Parameter
Description
Headphone Source
Select the Monitor Source
number
Select the Monitor Source to output to Headphone L/R as audio.
Headphone Source Sum
---
Turn this on to select multiple “Headphone Sources” at the
same time.
Main Monitor CH Solo/Mute
Select the Main Monitor number
Turns the Main Monitor SOLO or MUTE on or off.
Main Monitor CH Solo/Mute
Mode
---
Determines Main Monitor output to Solo or Mute.
Speaker Select
Select a Speaker Set
Turns Send to the Speaker Set on or off.
Talkback Destination
Select a Talkback interrupt
destination
Turns Talkback on or off.
Cough Mute
Select a channel strip
Turns the channel strip mic on or off.
Cough Status
Select a channel strip
Displays the status of the channel strip mic.
Cough Mute Override
Select a channel strip
Disables or enables the mic on/off operation by the mic user for
the channel strip selected.
RTB Status
Select a channel strip
Displays the RTB (Return TalkBack) status for the channel strip.
Oscillator Source
Select a frequency or pink noise
Select a signal to output from the oscillator. This is intended to
give users a means of switching between oscillator frequencies
and pink noise by creating multiple buttons as needed.
Headphone Mute
---
Turns mute on or off for headphone output.
Cue Mute
Select the Cue output number
Turns mute on or off for the Cue output.
Studio Speaker Mute
Select the studio speaker output
number
Turns mute on or off for the studio speaker output.
LFE Filter
---
Turns the LFE Filter on or off.
LFE Trim
---
Turns the LFE Trim on or off.
Snapshot Recall
Select a Snapshot number
Recall the selected Snapshot.
Filter Type Change to IIR
---
Turns the option to change filter type from an FIR filter to an IIR
filter on and off. When on, an FIR filter will change to an IIR filter
at the speaker matrix input stage.
Generic Function
Select the GPI Out Function
number
Turns the GPI Out Function set with Parameter on or off.
The Generic Function is not itself a specific function. Rather, it is
intended to be used to change GPI Out output based on
whether this function is turned on or off.
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4. Screens
4-1-8g. Global tab/General
Configure general settings to be used across all Scenes here.
Word Clock Source
Click to select a word clock source for the MMP1 unit. The sync status with each word clock source
will also appear here.
Use scene 1 button for
all mute mode
Set this to use the SCENE [1] key on the front panel of the MMP1 unit as an all mute key. Press the all
mute key to mute all output signals.
NOTE
Scene 1 will not change even if the all mute key is set. This Scene can be recalled from the MMP1
Editor menu bar.
Monitor Level/Mute/
Dim at launch
Select the monitor level, dimmer and mute status for the time of MMP1 power activation.
Mute
Activates when Mute is on at the time of MMP1 power activation. The monitor level and dimmer
settings are restored to what they were when turning off the MMP1.
-∞
Activates when the monitor level is set to -∞ at the time of MMP1 power activation. The mute and
dimmer settings are restored to what they were when turning off the MMP1.
Current
At the time of MMP1 power activation, the monitor level, mute and dimmer settings are restored to
what they were when turning off the MMP1.
Monitor Level/Mute/
Dim at Scene Recall
Select the monitor level, dimmer and mute status for the time of Scene recall.
Mute
Recalls when Mute is on at the time of Scene recall. The monitor level and dimmer settings are
restored to what they were when the Scene was stored.
-∞
Recalls when the monitor level is set to -∞ at the time of Scene recall. The mute and dimmer settings
are restored to what they were when the Scene was stored.
Current
At the time of Scene recall, the monitor level, dimmer and mute settings are restored to what they were
when the Scene was stored.
Resume
When recalling the Scene, the monitor level, dimmer and mute settings are kept as the same setting at
the time of Scene recall, regardless of the monitor level, dimmer and mute settings stored to the
Scene.
Dim main monitor while
talkback is on
The Main Monitor dimmer is turned on when Talkback is on.
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4. Screens
4-1-8h. Global tab/IO Label
This window is used to add names (labels) to MMP1 I/O connector I/O signals.
Label
Double click to set each input/output signal name. Enter a channel name up to 17 alphanumeric characters and symbols.
NOTE
Names set here will be used as the signal names assigned to inputs and outputs on the Monitor Matrix screen, the Patch screen, and other
screens.
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4. Screens
4-1-8i. Global tab/GPI
GPI In
GPI Out
Set the Function and the Trigger for GPI [INPUT]
connector pins 1-16 on the MMP1 unit. The following four
Trigger types are available.
Set the Function and the Behavior for GPI [OUTPUT]
connector pins 1-10 on the MMP1 unit The following three
Behavior types are available.
High
Executes the Function when the input voltage
is High.
Make
Connects contacts within the MMP1. The
voltage of the GPI device at the connection
destination becomes Low.
Low
Executes the Function when the input voltage
is Low.
Break
Opens contacts within the MMP1. The
voltage of the GPI device at the connection
destination becomes High.
Pulse
Changes the voltage from Low to High, and
then reverts back to the Low state after
maintaining a High voltage for around 250
ms.
On Edge
Executes the Function when the input voltage
changes from Low to High.
Off Edge
Executes the Function when the input voltage
changes from High to Low.
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GPI IN functions
Function
Parameter
Description
Cough Mute
Select a channel strip
Mutes audio from the channel strip mic.
Cough Mute Override
Select a channel strip
Disables the mic on/off operation by the mic user for
the channel strip selected.
CH Strip RTB
Select a channel strip
Mutes the input signal to the selected channel strip,
and sends it only to the RTB bus.
Scene Recall
Select the Scene number
Recalls the selected Scene.
Snapshot Recall
Select a Snapshot number
Recalls the selected Snapshot.
Talkback Destination
Select a Talkback interrupt destination
Turns the selected Talkback on.
Main Monitor Mute
---
Mutes Main Monitor output.
Main Monitor Dim
---
Turns the Main Monitor output dimmer on.
Cue Mute
Select the Cue output number
Mutes the selected Cue output.
Studio Speaker Mute
Select the studio speaker output number
Mutes the selected studio speaker output.
Generic Function
Select the GPI Out Function number
Turns the GPI Out Function specified by Parameter
on. The Generic Function is not itself a specific
function. Rather, it is intended to be used to change
GPI Out output based on whether this function is
turned on or off.
Monitor Source Select
Select the Monitor Source number
Select the Monitor Source.
All Mute Mode
---
Turns the All Mute function on.
Monitor Source Summing
---
Turns “SUM” on/off both in the “Monitor Control” tab
on the Main screen (MMP1 Editor) and on the MMP1
Controller.
Speaker Select
Select a Speaker Set
Turns Send to the Speaker Set on or off.
NOTE
Since priority is given to the input from the GPI [INPUT] connector over operation by MMP1 Editor and MMP1 Controller, the function which
set trigger as “High” or “Low” cannot be turned on and off by the MMP1 Editor and the MMP1 Controller. To operate the function by the
MMP1 Editor and MMP1 Controller, set the trigger to “On Edge” or “Off Edge.”
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GPI OUT functions
Function
Parameter
Description
Talkback Destination Status
Select a Talkback interrupt destination
Enables output when the selected Talkback is
turned on.
Talkback Status
---
Enables output when one of the Talkback
destinations is turned on.
CH Strip RTB Status
Select a channel strip
Enables output when RTB is turned on and the
selected channel strip is muted.
RTB Status
---
Enables output when RTB is turned on and one of
the channel strips is muted.
Cough Status
Select a channel strip
Enables output when mic audio for the selected
channel strip is muted.
Cough Mute Override Status
Select a channel strip
Enables output when the function of the mic on/off
operation by the mic user for the channel strip
selected is disabled.
CH Strip Out Status
Select a channel strip
Enables output when output from the selected
channel strip is turned on.
Generic Function
Select the GPI Out Function number
Enables output when the selected GPI Out Function
is turned on.
System Alarm
---
Enables output when an error occurs with the MMP1
unit.
Monitor Source Select
Status
Select the Monitor Source number
Enables output when the selected Monitor Source is
selected.
All Mute Mode Status
---
Enables output when the All Mute function is turned
on.
Fan Status
---
Enables output while the fan on the MMP1 unit is
stopped.
Scene Recall Status
Select the Scene number
Enables output when the selected Scene is recalled.
Snapshot Recall Status
Select a Snapshot number
Enables output when the selected Snapshot is
recalled.
Main Monitor Mute Status
---
Enables output when Main Monitor output is muted.
Main Monitor Dim Status
---
Enables output when the Main Monitor output
dimmer is turned on.
Cue Mute Status
Select the Cue output number
Enables output when the selected Cue output is
muted.
Studio Speaker Mute Status
Select the studio speaker output number
Enables output when the selected studio speaker
output is muted.
Monitor Source Summing
Status
---
Enables output when “SUM” is turned on in the
“Monitor Control” tab on the Main screen (MMP1
Editor) and on the MMP1 Controller.
Speaker Select Status
Select a Speaker Set
Enables output when the selected Speaker Set
output is turned on.
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4. Screens
4-1-8j. Editor tab
Password
NOTE
Items of “Editor” tab settings are stored by the MMP1 Editor for
each computer in use. The same settings will be applied
regardless of the file or Scene opened by the user.
Set a password to use the MMP1
Editor as an “Administrator” or
“Advanced User.”
NOTE
The “Current password” field is left
blank by default when unset.
SPL Level Lock
Knob Operation
Select how knobs located on each
screen are controlled.
Rotary
Drag to change the value as you
would rotate a knob.
Linear
Drag up and down or left and right to
change a value.
Confirmation
When turned on (green), a
confirmation dialog box will appear
when storing/recalling a Scene or
Snapshot; when turned off the Scene
or Snapshot will be stored/recalled
without a confirmation message.
Talkback Button
Behavior
Click to choose the “Talkback Button
Behavior” (see below).
Latch
Toggles between on and off when
clicked.
Momentary
Turns on while the mouse button is
held down, and turns off when the
mouse button is released.
Show Cough Status
When turned on (green), the SPL
Level in “Monitor Control” tab on the
Main screen cannot be changed.
Shows or hides (by selecting
or
deselecting
the check box) the
status of mics controlled with the
Commentary functions in the channel
strip section on the Main screen or in
the “Selected Channel” tab.
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4. Screens
4-1-9. Information screen
Displays information pertaining to the MMP1 unit.
Static IP (Manual)
Determines the IP address for the MMP1
unit. The address set here will be
effective when the IP address of the
MMP1 unit DIP switch is set to “Static IP
(Manual).” The IP address set here will
not be used when the DIP switch IP
address is set to “Auto IP,” “DHCP,” or
“Static IP (Auto).”
Change Passcode
For setting a passcode (four digit
number) for connection to the MMP1 unit.
NOTE
• Static IP can be set when logged in as
an “Administrator” or “Advanced
User.”
• Please refer to the MMP1 Getting
Started for more information about
setting the MMP1 unit DIP switch IP
address.
NOTE
Mode
Displays the connection type with the
MMP1 unit.
MAC Address
Displays the MAC address for the MMP1
unit.
• The “Current passcode” field is left
blank when unset.
• “Administrator” privileges are required
to change the passcode.
Nickname
Double click to add a nickname for the
MMP1 unit. Enter a channel name up to
17 alphanumeric characters and
symbols.
NOTE
• Nickname can be set when logged in
as an “Administrator” or “Advanced
User.”
• This nickname will appear on the
“Select MMP1” dialog box when
selecting the MMP1 in operation.
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4. Screens
Version
Displays the firmware version of the
MMP1 unit. Click “Update” to open a
screen to select the firmware file for the
MMP1 unit to be updated.
NOTE
• You must log in as an “Administrator”
to update the firmware of the MMP1
unit.
• You can also revert the MMP1 unit's
firmware to an earlier version, if
desired.
Connect
Information
Displays the number of MMP1 Editors
and MMP1 Controllers connected to the
MMP1 unit.
Error Information
Displays the error messages that have
occurred in the MMP1 unit.
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4. Screens
4-2. MMP1 Controller
4-2-1. Menu bar
A shared menu that appears on all screens except in Control view.
Double tap with two fingers to mute all output
Double tap with two fingers again to cancel the mute all function
Selects a Scene
Switches between Control view and Editor view,
and displays the Information screen
Displays errors
Switches screens
Displays online/offline status
Tap to display the “Select MMP1” dialog box
4-2-2. Control view
This screen is used for monitor control. Compared to the Main Monitor screen, this screen emphasizes readability, limiting
the functions that appear to those that are used most frequently.
NOTE
• This screen is limited to support of these formats: stereo, 5.1, 7.1, 7.1.2, 7.1.4 and 9.1.2.
• This screen has been optimized to the settings used in the Setup Wizard for the MMP1 Editor.
The backup battery voltage is reduced
Please contact your Yamaha dealer and have qualified
Yamaha service personnel replace the backup battery.
Switches between the Control view and other screens.
Memory defects
If the issue is still not solved even after restoring factory
settings, please contact qualified Yamaha service
personnel.
For selecting a Scene.
Dante module defects
Displays errors.
Cooling fan has stopped
Please contact your Yamaha dealer and have qualified
Yamaha service personnel inspect the cooling fan.
NOTE
Please refer to the MMP1 Getting Started for more information
about restoring factory settings and contact qualified Yamaha
service personnel.
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4. Screens
1
1
Displays the online (green)/offline status. Also, tap to
display the “Select MMP1” dialog box.
3
1
2
1 Tap the value you want to change.
1
2
1 Off: Monitor Source selection buttons will appear in the
area 3 on the image.
On (green): Cue output selection buttons will appear in
the area 3 on the image.
2 Drag the pointer to adjust the selected value.
The maximum value for the Monitor
Source level. Slide this up and down to
make minor adjustments in ±0.1 dB
increments.
2 Turn on (green) when mixing multiple Monitor Sources.
This cannot be turned on when Cue output selection
buttons are displayed.
The Monitor Source level. Slide this up
and down to make minor adjustments in
±0.1 dB increments.
3 Select the audio to be monitored.
While the Monitor Source level is
selected, double tap to load the
reference level, and hold this down to set
it.
You can turn the SPL level display off by
selecting SPL, and then double tap the
inside of the circle. This will remove the
set value and turn the SPL display off.
NOTE
You can set which input source audio can be monitored while the
corresponding “Monitor Source” button is pressed in the MMP1
Editor.
Slide this up and down to make minor
adjustments in ±0.1 dB increments.
NOTE
The SPL level cannot be changed when
“SPL Level Lock” on the Preference
screen is ON.
1
Display meters in the order set by the MMP1 Editor.
2
3
1 Select a Speaker Set.
2 Select a speaker.
3 Tap MUTE to mute the speaker selected in 2.
Tap SOLO to output audio from the speaker selected
in 2.
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4. Screens
NOTE
• Speaker Sets can be set in the MMP1 Editor.
• Up to 12 channels can be displayed as the send destinations.
If there are 13 or more channels on the Main Monitor, only the
first 12 channels will appear here.
• Area 2 of the image will appear differently depending on
whether you used the Setup Wizard or not when configuring
basic settings.
When Setup Wizard is not used, buttons to select the Main
Monitor for output destinations will appear as below.
Tap here to turn the dimmer on (green) or
off. Turn this on to lower Monitor output
for the DIM Level without changing the
Monitor Source Level.
NOTE
The DIM Level can be set on the Main
Monitor screen in Editor view.
Tap to turn mute on (orange) or off for
Monitor output.
Turn Talkback on (green)/off.
NOTE
You can set Talkback interrupt destinations in the MMP1 Editor.
2
1
3
1 Tap this.
2 Drag the pointer to adjust.
3 Tap to turn headphone output on (light blue).
This is the headphone output level. Slide
this up and down to make minor
adjustments in ±0.1 dB increments.
Meters
Displays Main Monitor meters.
Values less than -20 dB are displayed in
green , values less than 0 dB in
yellow , and values equal to or above
that in red . Peak hold circuits are not
displayed.
NOTE
Up to 12 Main Monitor channels are
displayed. If there are 13 or more
channels on the Main Monitor, only the
first 12 channels will appear here.
Double tap with two fingers to mute all
output. Double tap with two fingers again
to cancel the mute all function.
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4. Screens
4-2-3. Editor view - Main Monitor screen
This screen is used for monitor control. Compared to the Control view, this view has no limitations on the formats supported
and the number of channels that can be controlled.
Here you can display
and load User
Assignable functions.
You can also swipe
this to change to a
meter display.
1
2
1 Select the audio to be monitored.
This is used to set the left half of the screen
to be operated to Main Monitor output.
2 Adjust Monitor output levels and other settings.
This is used to set the left half of the screen
to be operated to headphone output.
Monitor Level or
Headphone
Monitor Level
Select the audio to be monitored from the Monitor Sources
available. Turn “SUM” on (green) to select multiple Monitor
Sources at the same time.
NOTE
Changing the Monitor Level value will also
change the SPL value.
DIM Level
Tap “u” “d” or slide the value up and
down to set Monitor output signal
attenuation when the dimmer is on.
SPL Level
Tap “u” “d” or slide the value up and
down to set SPL (sound pressure levels).
As Monitor Level values are linked to the
SPL when the SPL is set, the SPL value will
change when changing the Monitor Level
value.
For example, changing a Monitor Level of
-10 dB to -20 dB when an SPL value of
85 dB is set will result in the SPL value
changing to 75 dB.
NOTE
You can set which input source audio can be monitored while the
corresponding “Monitor Source” button is pressed in the MMP1
Editor.
Tap “u” “d” or slide the value up and
down to set Monitor output levels.
Select the audio to be monitored from the available Cue
outputs. To change the available Cue outputs for selection
to Cue 5 - Cue 8, turn “Cue 5-8” on (green).
NOTE
The SPL level cannot be changed when
“SPL Level Lock” on the Preference screen
is ON.
NOTE
Cue output formats and input sources can be set in the MMP1
Editor.
DIM
Tap here to turn the dimmer on (green) or
off. Turn this on to lower Monitor output for
the DIM Level without changing the
Monitor Level.
MUTE
Tap to turn mute on (orange) or off for
Monitor output.
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4. Screens
REF
Tap to call up the reference level, and then
hold this down for at least two seconds
(until the indicator flashes) to store the
current Monitor Level value as the
reference level.
DOWNMIX
Tap to turn the Downmix audio output on
(green) or off.
Turn this on to send Downmix L/R outputs
to the Main Monitors 1 and 2 while muting
outputs from Main Monitor 3 onwards.
NOTE
This button is disabled when the Cue
output format is selected as the audio
being monitored.
Here you can display and load User Assignable functions.
Use the MMP1 Editor to configure settings.
Here you can display Monitor Matrix Out meters. Values
less than -20 dB are displayed in green , values less
than 0 dB in yellow , and values equal to or above 0 in
red . Peak hold circuits are not displayed.
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4. Screens
4-2-4. Editor view - Ch Strip screen
Here you can set EQ, compressor, insert, pan, levels and other values for each channel strip.
NOTE
Eight channel strips are available when the MMP1’s sample rate is 96 kHz or less, and four channel strips are available when the MMP1’s
sample rate being used is higher than 96 kHz. You can change the sample rate in the MMP1 Editor.
1
1 Tap to select a channel strip. Some parameters can be
edited directly on the channel strip.
2
MUTE
Turns mute on (yellow) or off.
Drag to change the pan.
2 Edit parameters for the selected channel strip.
Channel strips
SIGNAL CHAIN
Shows the status of mics controlled with the
Commentary functions.
Shows the mic audio is being input.
Displays the signal processors applied to
audio signals in the order in which they are
applied (descending order).
Shows that the mic user has muted
mic audio.
Shows that the mic on and off
control by the mic user is disabled.
Displays the EQ graph and filters. Drag and
drop graphs on other channel strips to copy
EQ parameters from the dragged channel
strip.
Displays the COMP graph. Drag and drop
graphs on other channel strips to copy
compressor parameters from the dragged
channel strip.
PFL
AFL
Turns output to the PFL (Pre Fader Listen)
bus on (green) or off. Turn this on to send pre
fader audio signals to Main Monitors 1 and 2
while muting outputs from Main Monitor 3
onwards.
Turns output to the AFL (After Fader Listen)
bus on (green) or off. Turn this on to send
post fader audio signals to Main Monitors 1
and 2 while muting outputs from Main Monitor
3 onwards. When “PFL” is on, signals will not
be sent to the Main Monitors even when this
button is turned on.
NOTE
When the Commentary functions are not
being used, you can hide the functions using
“Show Cough Status” on the Preference
screen.
Level meter
Values less than -20 dB are displayed in
green , values less than 0 dB in yellow ,
and values equal to or above that in red .
Peak hold circuits are not displayed. Whether
pre fader or post fader values are displayed
is changed using “PRE” and “POST.”
Fader
Drag to set the level.
Output level
Displays the output level.
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4. Screens
Common items for all tabs
Channel name
COMMON tab
Displays the channel name.
Switches between the signal phases
(normal phase/reversed phase (green)).
NOTE
The channel name can be set in the MMP1
Editor.
Shows the status of mics controlled with the
Commentary functions.
Shows the mic audio is being input.
Shows that the mic user has muted
mic audio.
Shows that the mic on and off
control by the mic user is disabled.
NOTE
When the Commentary functions are not
being used, you can hide the functions using
“Show Cough Status” on the Preference
screen.
SOURCE A/
SOURCE B
Switches between channel strip input
sources.
INSERT
Turns Insert on (green) or off.
Send Destination
Select the signal to send to the Insert.
Return Source
Select the signal to be returned from the
Insert.
(Insert) Trim
Drag to adjust signal levels to be sent to
the Insert. Double tap to return this value
to 0.
SIGNAL CHAIN
Displays the signal processors applied to
audio signals in the order in which they
are applied (descending order).
Trim
Drag to adjust the output level for the
selected channel. Double tap to return
this value to 0.
PFL
Turns output to the PFL (Pre Fader Listen)
bus on (green) or off. Turn this on to send
pre fader audio signals to Main Monitors
1 and 2 while muting outputs from Main
Monitor 3 onwards.
AFL
Turns output to the AFL (After Fader
Listen) bus on (green) or off. Turn this on
to send post fader audio signals to Main
Monitors 1 and 2 while muting outputs
from Main Monitor 3 onwards. When
“PFL” is on, signals will not be sent to the
Main Monitors even when this button is
turned on.
MUTE
Turns mute on (yellow) or off.
Drag to change the pan. Double tap to
return this value to C.
PRE
POST
Tap to change the position (pre fader/
post fader) of the signal displayed on the
meter.
Level meter
Values less than -20 dB are displayed in
green , values less than 0 dB in
yellow , and values equal to or above
that in red . Peak hold circuits are not
displayed. Whether pre fader or post
fader values are displayed is changed
using “PRE” and “POST.”
Fader
Drag to set the level.
Output level
Displays the output level.
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4. Screens
HPF/LPF/EQ tabs
COMP tab
HPF
Turns the HPF (High Pass Filter) on (green)
or off.
COMP
LPF
Turns the LPF (Low Pass Filter) on (green)
or off.
HPF cutoff
frequency
Drag to change the HPF cutoff frequency.
Double tap to return this value to 80 Hz.
LPF cutoff
frequency
Drag to change the LPF cutoff frequency.
Double tap to return this value to 16 kHz
EQ
Turns the EQ on (green) or off.
You can choose from the following four EQ
algorithms. The color of the bar at the
bottom of the EQ graph will change based
on the algorithm selected.
PRECISE
Turns the compressor on (orange) or off.
This EQ strives for ultimate precision and
controllability. It enables you to adjust the
target point precisely, and flexibly satisfies
various requirements for sound making.
Low/High Shelving filters feature a “Q”
parameter, which enables you to adjust the
shoulder characteristics.
AGGRESSIVE This EQ is musical and effective. It enables
you to add a positive, creative edge and
serves as a powerful tool for artistic
expression.
SMOOTH
This EQ focuses on smooth sound qualities.
It contributes to create a natural sound
without changing the atmosphere of the
original.
LEGACY
This is the standard EQ that has been
provided on the successive Yamaha digital
mixers such as the PM1D and PM5D.
Drag to change compressor parameters. Double tap to return
these parameters to their default values (see table below).
Threshold:
Ratio:
Attack:
Release:
Knee:
Input:
Output:
0.0 dB
1.00:1
3.148 ms
290.6 ms
Soft 2
0.0 dB
0.0 dB
Drag the pointer to adjust the parameters.
Drag to change four band EQ parameters (Frequency, Gain, Q).
Double tap to return these parameters to their default values (F:
125 Hz/355 Hz/3.55 kHz/6.3 kHz, G: 0 dB, Q: 4.0 (Shelf)/1.4
(Peak)/1.0 (Notch). You can also select the EQ type from Peak
and Shelf (Shelving), or Peak and Notch.
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4. Screens
4-2-5. Editor view - Preference screen
This screen is used to configure various MMP1 Controller settings.
Add names (labels) to buttons used to
select Talkback interrupt destinations
Add names (labels) to buttons used to
select Speaker Sets
Shows/hides the
status of mics
controlled with the
Commentary
functions on the CH
Strip screen
Select the control
method for the Control
view Monitor Level
Knob
Select how knobs
located on each
screen are controlled
(excluding the Monitor
Level Knob)
Select the “Talkback
Button Behavior”
Select whether to
show a confirmation
message or not when
recalling a Scene
Select whether to allow (lock “OFF”) or not (lock “ON”) changing of the SPL Level
Displays connected BLE MIDI device
Talkback Label
Enter a channel name up to 17 alphanumeric characters and symbols.
Speaker Label
Enter a channel name up to 17 alphanumeric characters and symbols.
Monitor Level Knob Operation
Rotary
Drag to change the value as you would rotate a knob.
Linear
Drag up and down or left and right to change a value.
Knob Operation
Rotary
Drag to change the value as you would rotate a knob.
Linear
Drag up and down or left and right to change a value.
Recall Confirmation
When turned on (green), a confirmation dialog box will appear when recalling a Scene, and when turned off
the Scene will be recalled without a confirmation message.
Talkback Button Behavior
Latch
Toggles between on and off when tapped.
Momentary
Turns on while being held, and turns off when released.
BLE MIDI Device
Tap to display the “Select BLE MIDI Device” dialog box for selecting the BLE MIDI device for connection.
SPL Level Lock
When turned on (green), the SPL Level in “Monitor Control” tab on the Main screen (MMP1 Editor) and in
Control view cannot be changed.
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4. Screens
4-2-6. Information screen
Displays information pertaining to the MMP1 unit.
Nickname
Displays the nickname for the MMP1 unit.
NOTE
This nickname can be set on the Information screen in the MMP1 Editor.
Version
Displays the firmware version of the MMP1 unit.
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5. Configuring System Settings
5. Configuring System Settings
The explanations provided here assume that input from the DAW is sent to the Main Monitor (5.1 ch) and the near field
monitor (L/R), and the system supports both Cue output (L/R) and Studio Speaker output (L/R). Once you get used to
configuring system settings in the following manner, make the necessary adjustments to settings to match your operating
environment.
NOTE
The MMP1 system treats Main Monitor 1/2 as L and R respectively for some functions. While it is possible to establish a flexible system
configuration that is not specialized to any specific format, a system design where Main Monitor 1/2 is interpreted as L/R is recommended.
5-1. Basic settings example
This example is based on the system outlined in the following block diagram.
Speaker Set A
Nuendo 5.1 Out
(Analog output 1-6)
(Dante input 1-6)
Dim
CD
Mute
Level
Bass
Management
Speaker Set B
(Analog output 7/8)
(AES/EBU input 1/2)
Cue Out
Headphone
Mute
Level
Mute
Level
Mute
Level
(AES/EBU output 5/6)
Cue Out
Cue Mix Source
Talkback
(Dante input 7/8)
Talkback
(AES/EBU output 1/2)
Studio Speaker Out
Preamp Out
(AES/EBU output 3/4)
DAW
(Analog input 1)
(Dante output 1)
Preamp Out
DAW
(Analog input 2)
(Dante output 2)
Mixer Talkback
(Analog input 3)
Director Talkback
(Analog input 4)
5-1-1. Preparation
2.
Select the sample rate.
Settings screen - Scene - MISC
1.
Launch the MMP1 Editor, and then log in
“Offline” mode as an “Administrator.”
“Administrator” privileges are required to configure
settings.
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5. Configuring System Settings
5-1-2. Main Monitor settings
4.
Assign an input source to Monitor Source.
NOTE
3.
Select the Monitor Source and Monitor output
format.
• While holding down the right mouse button (Windows) or
the <control> key (Mac) on the Source fields, drag up or
down on the fields to select several input sources at the
same time.
Settings screen - Scene - Monitor Matrix
• Double click the Source Label field to enter a name.
Monitor Matrix screen
Assumes that the user switches between two system
Monitor Source formats (5.1 channel and stereo) and
sends to the monitor speaker.
For monitor input, select “6” for Monitor Source 1
(5.1 ch) and “2” for Monitor Source 2 (stereo).
For Monitor output, select “6” for the Main Monitor,
assuming 5.1 ch Monitor output.
Formats you have selected will be reflected on the
Monitor Matrix screen.
Assign Dante In 1-6 used for connecting DAW output to
Monitor Source 1, and AES/EBU In 1/2 used for
connecting CD player output to Monitor Source 2.
Furthermore, put names (labels) “Nuendo 5.1 Out” and
“CD” to identify these as DAW and CD player inputs,
respectively.
5.
Confirm that the buttons for switching between
Monitor Sources appear on the Main screen.
Main screen - Monitor Control
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6.
Set the Speaker Set configuration used.
Settings screen - Scene - Speaker Matrix
7.
Assign Speaker Set output destinations.
NOTE
• While holding down the right mouse button (Windows) or
the <control> key (Mac) on the Source fields, drag up or
down on the fields to select several input sources at the
same time.
• The “Speaker Set” is found in “SPK Matrix Out.”
Patch screen - Output Patch
Speaker Set A is set to “6” and Speaker Set B is set to
“2” in order to use the 5.1 monitor speakers and the
stereo near field monitor setup introduced in this
example.
The configured Speaker Set will appear on the Speaker
Matrix screen.
Assign Speaker Set A 1-6 to Analog Out 1-6 connected
to the 5.1 speakers, and assign Speaker Set B1/2 to
Analog Out 7/8 connected to the stereo speakers.
8.
Route the Main Monitor output to the Speaker Set.
NOTE
• Assign Main Monitor 1-6 to inputs (Speaker Matrix In), and then click crossover points with Speaker Sets A and B to turn them on
to send (displayed in purple).
• While holding down the right mouse button (Windows) or the <control> key (Mac) on the Source fields, drag up or down on the
fields to select several input sources at the same time.
• “Main Monitor 01-06” is found in “Monitor Matrix Out.”
Speaker Matrix screen
Route the Main Monitor 1-6 outputs to Speaker Set A 1-6 and the Main Monitor 1/2 outputs to Speaker Set B 1/2. This will
send 5.1 surround sound to Speaker Set A as it appears here, and only the topmost two channels (L/R) to Speaker Set B.
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The resulting signal flow is described in detail below.
Monitor matrix
Speaker matrix
DAW
Speaker
Set A
(Dante In 01-06)
CD
(AES/EBU In 01-02)
Main Monitor 01-06
(Main Monitor 01-02)
Main Monitor
(Analog Out 1-6)
Speaker
Set B
Near Field
(Analog Out 1/2)
9.
Adjust Speaker Sets as necessary.
Speaker Management screen
10. Create buttons to switch between Speaker Sets.
NOTE
• Create two buttons with the following settings:
Function “Speaker Select,” Parameter “A,” and
Function “Speaker Select,” Parameter “B.” Buttons
do not need to be created in the same place as that
shown in the image below.
11. Confirm that the buttons for switching between
Speaker Sets appear on the Main screen.
Main screen
• Double click the Label field to enter a name.
• Click the Color field to change button color.
Settings screen - Scene - User Assignable
Create User Assignable buttons for Speaker Set A and
Speaker Set B to be able to switch between Speaker
Sets on the Main screen.
Main Monitor settings are now complete.
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5-1-3. Creating cue mixes
13. Assign mic preamp output to a channel strip.
NOTE
12. Select formats for Cue output and Studio
Speaker output.
NOTE
Create a Cue output to perform the following.
• Set levels and mute audio on the Sub screen.
While holding down the right mouse button (Windows) or
the <control> key (Mac) on the Source fields, drag up or
down on the fields to select several input sources at the
same time.
Patch screen - Input Patch
Create an Studio Speaker output to perform the following.
• Set levels and mute audio on the Sub screen.
• The Studio Speaker output will be muted while the mic is
turned on.
Settings screen - Scene - Monitor Matrix
Assign Analog In 1 and 2 connected to the mic preamp
output to Channel Strip In 1-A and 2-A respectively.
Select “2” as the Cue 1 and Studio Speaker 1 format
under Monitor Matrix Out as both Cue output and
Studio Speaker output needs to be in stereo.
14. Route the input source for the cue mix and the channel strip output to Cue and STU (STUdio speaker).
Monitor Matrix screen
Assuming that the cue mix audio is sent to Dante 7/8, route Dante In 7 to Cue 1-L and STU 1-L, Dante In 8 to Cue 1-R and
STU 1-R, and the output from channel strip 1/2 to Cue 1-L/R and STU 1-L/R.
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15. Assign the mic preamp output, Cue output,
Studio Speaker output, and the Headphone Out
output.
NOTE
5-1-4. Talkback settings
16. Assign Talkback mic output to Talkback Mic In.
Patch screen - Input Patch
• While holding down the right mouse button (Windows) or
the <control> key (Mac) on the Source fields, drag up or
down on the fields to select several input sources at the
same time.
• The Dante Out name, “to DAW” is set in Settings - Global
- IO Label.
• “Cue” and “Studio Speaker” are found in “Monitor Matrix
Out.”
Patch screen - Output Patch
Assign Analog In 3/4 connected to the Talkback mic
output to Talkback Mic In 1-1/1-2.
17. Set the Talkback interrupt destination.
Settings screen - Scene - Talkback Destination
Assign the mic preamp outputs (Analog In 1/2) to
Dante Out 1/2 connected to the recording DAW, and
Cue, STU and Headphone Out to AES/EBU Out 1-6
connected to the headphones and the speakers.
The cue mixes are created now.
Configure settings to send Talkback signals from mics
assigned to Talkback Mic In 1-1/1-2 to Cue 1 and
Studio Speaker 1.
Set interrupt destination 1 (Destination 1) to Cue 1 and
Studio Speaker 1 from Talkback 1-1 (Bus 1, Mic 1), and
interrupt destination 2 (Destination 2) to Cue 1 and
Studio Speaker 1 from Talkback 1-2 (Bus 1, Mic 2).
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18. Create Talkback on/off buttons.
5-1-5. Saving and applying settings
NOTE
• Create two buttons with the following settings:
Function “Talkback Destination,” Parameter “1,” and
Function “Talkback Destination,” Parameter “2.”
Buttons do not need to be created in the same place
as that shown in the image below.
20. Now save the settings you have configured.
Save the configured settings to reuse them later.
• Double click the Label field to enter a name.
• Click the Color field to change button color.
Settings screen - Scene - User Assignable
Create User Assignable buttons for Talkback
Destination 1 and Talkback Destination 2 to easily turn
Talkback on and off from the Main screen.
21. Connect to the MMP1 and send the configured
settings.
“Select MMP” 1 dialog box
19. Confirm that the buttons for turning Talkback on
and off appear on the Main screen.
Main screen
Talkback settings are now complete.
This concludes the explanation on the system settings
process. You can now control the monitor from the MMP1
Controller as well.
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5. Configuring System Settings
5-2. Bass Management
When applying bass management to the system, configure the speaker matrix in the following manner.
NOTE
Set the connection with the MMP1 to “Offline” before changing settings.
1.
Of the Main Monitor outputs, split each channel (other than the LFE channel) into two separate inputs—one for
applying an HPF and another for applying an LPF—and direct these to Speaker Matrix In.
NOTE
When using stereo monitor speakers separately, create a separate set of inputs for stereo speakers in addition to the inputs for bass
management. Since these filters are applied to bass management inputs they are not compatible with stereo monitors.
Speaker Matrix screen
This example assumes that Main Monitor 1-6 is set to
L/R/C/LFE/Ls/Rs, respectively.
2.
Configure channels applying an HPF and channels applying an LPF in the following manner.
Settings screen - Scene - Speaker Matrix
3.
Route channels applying an HPF to the Speaker Matrix Out connected to each speaker, and channels applying
an LPF to the Speaker Matrix Out connected to the subwoofer.
Speaker Matrix screen
Bass management settings are now complete.
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5. Configuring System Settings
5-3. Lip Sync Delay
If the audio is out of sync with the images on the video monitor, use the lip sync delay function to delay audio output from the
Main Monitor to match audio and video content. This delay will only apply to the Main Monitor (does not apply to Cue, Studio
Speaker, and AUX outputs).
Sub screen
Drag or use the mouse wheel to set values (for minor adjustments).
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5. Configuring System Settings
5-4. Commentary functions
These functions are for equipment used for recording with commentary functionality. The MMP1's internal voice processing
functionality can be used to perform the following.
• Allowing mic users to turn their mics on and off by hand
• Automatically muting output sent to speakers in a recording booth when the mic is on
• Lighting up the “On Air” sign when the mic is on by using the GPI output
• Disabling the option for mic users to turn their mics on and off
• Showing the status of mics controlled with the Commentary functions on the channel strip
This example is based on the system outlined in the following block diagram.
Cue Mix, Talkback
Mute
(Studio Speaker 1)
(AES/EBU Output 1)
(Channel Strip Input 1)
Mute
(Analog Input 1)
Select
Foot Controller, etc.
(GPI Input 1)
Cough Mute Override
function
On Air
Recording Booth
(GPI Output 1)
5-4-1. Allowing mic users to turn their
mics on and off by hand
1.
Assign audio output from mics that can be
turned on and off to the channel strip.
Patch screen - Input Patch
5-4-2. Automatically muting output to
speakers in a recording booth
when the mic is on
1.
Select the Studio Speaker output format
connected to the speakers in the recording
booth.
NOTE
Set the connection with the MMP1 to “Offline” before
changing settings.
Settings screen - Scene - Monitor Matrix
In the example shown in the image above, “Analog 1” is
assigned to Channel Strip In 1-A because the mic
preamp output is connected to the ANALOG [INPUT 1]
connector on the MMP1.
2.
Configure settings to turn mics on and off using a
foot controller or other such device.
Settings screen - Global - GPI
In the example shown in the image above, mic input
into channel strip 1 will be muted when pin 1 on the GPI
[INPUT] connector connected to the foot controller is
set to “High.” The parameter “1” signifies channel strip
1.
In the example shown in the image above, “2” is
selected as the Studio Speaker 1 format as the
recording booth speakers used are stereo speakers.
Here, “2” signifies two-channel audio (stereo).
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2.
Assign Studio Speaker output destinations.
Patch screen - Output Patch
5-4-3. Lighting up the “On Air” sign
when the mic is on by using the
GPI output
Settings screen - Global - GPI
In the example shown in the image above, the L/R
sources for the selected STU 1 format are assigned to
AES/EBU Out 1/2 to which the recording booth
speakers are connected.
3.
Mute Studio Speaker output automatically when
the mic is on.
In the example shown in the image above, pin 1 on the
GPI [OUTPUT] connector is set to connect with the GPI
input pin for the “On Air” sign. Muting the channel strip
1 mic will form a pin 1 connection for the GPI [OUTPUT]
connector. The parameter “1” signifies channel strip 1.
Settings screen - Scene - System
In the example shown in the image above, STU1 output
is set to be muted when the channel strip 1 mic is on.
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5-4-4. Disabling the option for mic users
to turn their mics on and off
1.
Create a button disabling the mic on and off
control by the mic user.
NOTE
• Double click the Label field to enter a name.
• Click the Color field to change button color.
5-4-5. Showing the status of mics
controlled with the Commentary
functions on the channel strip
1.
Select the channel strip for the mic status you
want to display.
Settings screen - Editor
Settings screen - Scene - User Assignable
In the example shown in the image above, a button is
created to force mic audio to be sent to channel strip 1
by bypassing the mic audio mute function. The
parameter “1” signifies channel strip 1.
2.
In the example shown in the image above, the mic
status for channel strip 1 is set to display.
Confirm that the “Cough Mute Override” button
(disabling the mic on/off function for mic users)
appears on the Main screen.
Main screen
Turn this button on (button lights up) to disable the mic
on/off function for mic users.
Commentary function settings are now complete.
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6. Appendix
6. Appendix
6-1. Error messages
When syncing with the MMP1
Message
Description
Incorrect passcode
The passcode you entered is incorrect.
Transfer error
Failed to transfer data.
Data error
Data errors were found.
Timed out
Timed out after failing to sync with the MMP1 within a set period of time.
Disconnected
Disconnected from the MMP1.
Version mismatch. MMP1 Editor or MMP1
may need to be updated.
The MMP1 Editor version is not compatible with the MMP1.
Update the MMP1 Editor or the MMP1 firmware.
The selected MMP1 has already reached the
maximum number of connected devices.
The maximum number of devices that can be connected with the MMP1 Editor has
been reached.
Error
Another error occurred.
When operating the MMP1 Editor
Message
Description
Incorrect password
The password you entered is incorrect.
Maximum number of channels exceeded.
You have exceeded the maximum number of channels that can be set.
File cannot be opened
The file could not be opened.
File cannot be read
The file could not be read.
Invalid File
Invalid file detected.
Failed to save file
Failed to save file.
This process could not be executed
because the devices are in sync.
Cannot execute process while syncing with the MMP1.
When performing firmware updates
Message
Description
Update failed. Transfer error.
Update failed. Failed to transfer data.
Update failed. Data error.
Update failed. Data errors were found.
Update failed. Timed out.
Update failed. Update timed out.
Update failed. Disconnected.
Update failed. Lost connection with the MMP1.
Update failed.
Update failed.
Invalid File
Invalid file detected.
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6. Appendix
6-2. MMP1 Editor keyboard shortcuts
Windows
Mac
Function
Ctrl + N
command-N
Creates a new file.
Ctrl + O
command-O
Opens file.
Ctrl + S
command-S
Saves file.
Alt + F4
command-Q
Closes the MMP1 Editor.
Ctrl + 1
command-1
Displays the Main screen.
Ctrl + 2
command-2
Displays the Sub screen.
Ctrl + 3
command-3
Displays the Monitor Matrix screen.
Ctrl + 4
command-4
Displays the Speaker Matrix screen.
Ctrl + 5
command-5
Displays the Speaker Management screen.
Ctrl + 6
command-6
Displays the Patch screen.
Ctrl + 7
command-7
Displays the Settings screen.
Ctrl + 8
command-8
Displays the Information screen.
Ctrl + M
command-M
Displays the “Select MMP1” dialog box.
Ctrl + C
command-C
Copy selected channel strip.
Ctrl + V
command-V
Paste to selected channel strip.
Ctrl + Shift + M
command-shift-M
Turns the All Mute mode on and off.
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7. Index
7. Index
A
G
AES / EBU SRC .............................................................28
AFL ..........................................................9, 10, 12, 48, 49
AGGRESSIVE ..........................................................11, 50
Analog Input Level ........................................................28
B
General ......................................................................... 35
GPI ................................................................................ 37
GPI In ............................................................................ 37
GPI IN functions ............................................................ 38
GPI Out ......................................................................... 37
GPI OUT functions ........................................................ 39
BLE MIDI Device ...........................................................51
Bus ................................................................................32
H
C
Ch Strip screen .............................................................48
CH Type ........................................................................30
Change Passcode ........................................................41
Change to IIR ................................................................30
Channel strips .............................................................8, 9
COMMON tab ...............................................................49
COMP ...........................................................................11
COMP tab .....................................................................50
Confirmation ..................................................................40
Connect Information .....................................................42
Control view ..................................................................43
Cue ...............................................................................30
Cue Output Trim ...........................................................16
Cue Source ...................................................................30
Cue Source Trim ...........................................................16
Cutoff ............................................................................31
D
Delay .............................................................................22
Destination ....................................................................32
DIM .........................................................................13, 46
DIM Level ................................................................13, 46
Dim main monitor while talkback is on ..........................35
Direct Speaker Send .....................................................23
DOWNMIX ...............................................................14, 47
E
Editor tab ......................................................................40
Editor view ........................................................46, 48, 51
EQ .....................................................................11, 22, 50
Error Information ...........................................................42
Errors ........................................................................7, 43
F
Filter ..............................................................................30
Filter Setting ..................................................................21
Function ........................................................................33
Headphone Monitor Level ...................................... 13, 46
HPF ......................................................................... 10, 50
HPF/LPF/EQ tabs .......................................................... 50
I
IIR Slope ....................................................................... 31
Information screen .................................................. 41, 52
INSERT ................................................................... 11, 49
IO Label ........................................................................ 36
K
Knob Operation ...................................................... 40, 51
L
Label ....................................................................... 28, 33
LEGACY .................................................................. 11, 50
LFE Trim ........................................................................ 16
LFE Trim Level .............................................................. 27
Limit .............................................................................. 44
Lip Sync Delay .............................................................. 16
LPF .......................................................................... 11, 50
M
MAC Address ............................................................... 41
Main Monitor ................................................................. 30
Main Monitor screen ..................................................... 46
Main screen .................................................................... 8
Meters ................................................................... 8, 9, 15
MISC ............................................................................. 27
Mode ............................................................................. 41
Monitor Control tab ................................................... 8, 13
Monitor Level .......................................................... 13, 46
Monitor Level Knob Operation ...................................... 51
Monitor Level/Mute/ Dim at launch ............................... 35
Monitor Level/Mute/ Dim at Scene Recall ..................... 35
Monitor Matrix Out Metering ......................................... 29
Monitor Matrix screen ................................................... 18
Monitor section ....................................................... 15, 16
Monitor Source ............................................................. 30
Monitor Source Trim ..................................................... 16
Mono to Stereo Assign Attenuation .............................. 27
MUTE ................................................ 9, 12, 13, 46, 48, 49
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N
Nickname ................................................................41, 52
No .................................................................................18
O
Oscillator section ....................................................15, 16
Oscillator Trim ...............................................................17
Output Patch Lock ........................................................29
P
Parameter .....................................................................33
Password ......................................................................40
Patch screen .................................................................24
PFL ..........................................................9, 10, 12, 48, 49
POST .......................................................................12, 49
PRE .........................................................................12, 49
PRECISE .................................................................11, 50
Preference screen ........................................................51
Process Type ..........................................................21, 30
Q
Quick Assign .................................................................19
R
Recall ............................................................................17
Recall Confirmation .......................................................51
REF .........................................................................14, 47
Return Source .........................................................11, 49
Studio Speaker Mute .................................................... 29
Studio Speaker Output Trim ......................................... 16
Sub screen ................................................................... 15
SUM .................................................................. 13, 44, 46
System .......................................................................... 29
T
Talkback Button Behavior ....................................... 40, 51
Talkback Destination .................................................... 32
Talkback Dim Level ...................................................... 27
Talkback Label ............................................................. 51
Talkback section ..................................................... 15, 17
TB ................................................................................. 45
Trim ..................................... 11, 12, 17, 18, 19, 20, 22, 49
Type ........................................................................ 18, 20
U
Use IIR filter for main monitor while talkback is on ....... 29
Use scene 1 button for all mute mode ......................... 35
User Assignable ........................................................... 33
User Assignable functions .................................. 8, 14, 34
V
Version .................................................................... 42, 52
W
Word Clock Source ....................................................... 35
S
Sample Rate .................................................................27
Scene Management ......................................................27
Selected Channel tab ...............................................8, 10
Send Destination .....................................................11, 49
Settings screen .............................................................27
Show Cough Status ......................................................40
SIGNAL CHAIN .......................................................11, 49
SMOOTH .................................................................11, 50
Snapshot section ....................................................15, 17
Source ...............................................................18, 20, 30
SOURCE A/SOURCE B ...........................................10, 49
Source Label .................................................................18
Speaker Allocation ........................................................31
Speaker Label ...............................................................51
Speaker Management screen ......................................22
Speaker Matrix ..............................................................30
Speaker Matrix screen ..................................................20
Speaker Set ..................................................................22
SPL ..........................................................................44, 46
SPL Level ......................................................................13
SPL Level Lock .......................................................40, 51
Static IP (Manual) ..........................................................41
Stereo to Mono Assign Attenuation ..............................27
Store ..............................................................................17
Studio Speaker .............................................................30
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© 2017 Yamaha Corporation
Published 10/2018 MW-B0
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