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Yamaha RIVAGE PM series V3 Supplemental Manual [English]
V3 Supplemental Manual
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CONTENTS
New functions added to the USER DEFINED keys, USER DEFINED knobs,
and [Fn] keys.................................................................................................. 28
Contents
New messages ............................................................................................... 30
PORT NAME .....................................................................................................3
Improved CH COPY operation......................................................................... 6
More metering points available ....................................................................10
DaNSe.............................................................................................................11
MIX TO INPUT................................................................................................12
SUB IN ............................................................................................................ 12
Improved channel name indicators...............................................................13
Improved scene operations ...........................................................................15
Improved DCA operations ............................................................................. 17
Improved setting operations in the
CUSTOM FADER BANK popup window.........................................................18
Improved sync operations ............................................................................. 19
Warning against loading a conflicting system configuration.......................20
Increased loadable items ...............................................................................20
Improved EQ functions .................................................................................. 21
Additional options for the parameter set and copy function.......................21
Additional library screen function .................................................................23
DSP latency display ........................................................................................24
Improved RTA display ....................................................................................24
Flashing ON buttons ......................................................................................25
[ON] KEYS FUNCTION DURING SOF ............................................................. 25
A new [SHIFT] key function ...........................................................................26
Improved keyboard input ..............................................................................26
Improved RIVAGE PM Editor .........................................................................27
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PORT NAME
1 NAMES
You can select CHANNEL NAME, PORT NAME, or PORT ADDRESS (e.g., M1:RY1-1) as a
label.
PORT NAME
You can now label the devices, slots and ports that are connected to the network, and view these
labels in the patch screen and other screens.
Supporting labels (Supported: O, Not supported: X)
Patch screens
• TWINLANe network
Device
RPio622/222
Slot
O
Port
RY
O
O
MY
O
O
• Dante network
Device
Slot
Port
x
x
O
Device
Slot
Port
• I/O network
■ Switching the name indicators
You can select the type of label to be displayed via the PREFERENCES settings or USER DEFINED
keys.
CS1/2
x
SCREEN SETTINGS tab on the PREFERENCES popup window
DSP
x
OMNI IN
O
O
OMNI OUT
O
O
AES/EBU
O
O
MY
O
O
HY
x
x
MY
O
O
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PORT NAME
■ Setting screen
7 Keyboard button
Press this button repeatedly to toggle between the direct input and the input from the NAME
EDIT popup window.
PORT NAME tag on the SYSTEM CONFIG screen
8 DEVICE SYNC/DANTE SETUP popup button
Press this button to access the DEVICE SYNC popup window in which you can sync port name
or other labels.
3
1
NOTICE
5
To apply the labeled names, you must synchronize the
data from the control surface to the connected device.
If you synchronize the data in the opposite direction,
the labeled name will be overwritten.
4
If you selected a Dante network, the DANTE SETUP
popup window will be displayed.
If the THIS CONSOLE button is turned on, the labeled
names on the control surface will take effect and
overwrite those labeled on the device. If the DANTE
CONTROLLER button is turned on, the names
labeled on the device will become effective.
2
6
7
8
1 Network select tab
Press this tab repeatedly to select the network for the device from:
TWINLANe, DANTE, or DSP/CS.
2 Device select buttons
Press one of these buttons to select a device to edit.
3 Device label
Press here to enter the device name.
4 Slot list
Press a slot label to enter the slot name.
5 Port list
Press a port label to enter the port name.
6 List select knob
Use the corresponding screen encoder or the [TOUCH AND TURN] knob to select a slot or
port.
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PORT NAME
USER DEFINED KEYS popup window
Function
PARAMETER 1
TOGGLE
PARAMETER 2
—
Three-way toggle from channel name (the
key indicator is off) to port name (lit) to
address (lit).
LATCH
Pressing the key repeatedly will toggle
between channel name and port name.
The key is lit while the port name is
displayed.
UNLATCH
While pressing and holding down the key,
the port name is displayed. When releasing
the key, the channel name is displayed.
LATCH
Pressing the key repeatedly will toggle
between channel name and address. The
key is lit while the address is displayed.
UNLATCH
While pressing and holding down the key,
the address is displayed. When releasing
the key, the channel name is displayed.
CHANNEL NAME
When pressing the key, the channel name is
displayed.
PORT NAME
When pressing the key, the port name is
displayed.
PORT ADDRESS
When pressing the key, the address is
displayed.
CHANNEL <->
PORT
NAMES
CHANNEL <->
ADDRESS
SWITCH TO ...
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Improved CH COPY operation
CH COPY popup window (output channel)
Improved CH COPY operation
You can now select specific parameters to copy. You can register each of eight patterns for inputs and
outputs respectively as a preset. The mounting and patching settings as well as the parameters will
be copied automatically.
1
CH COPY popup window (input channel)
2
1
2
1 Preset buttons
Press one of these buttons to select the corresponding preset group of parameters to copy.
Press the selected preset button again to access the INPUT (OUTPUT) CH COPY PRESET
popup window, in which you can select parameters to register as a preset.
You can also use the preset button 2 (located in the lower right corner in this section) to
specify parameters that will be copied when you press the [PASTE] key in the Selected
Channel section on the top panel.
NOTE
Preset data will be stored in the USER SETUP library.
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Improved CH COPY operation
1 NAME EDIT button
Press this button to access the NAME EDIT popup window in which you can edit the preset
name.
INPUT CH COPY PRESET popup window
1
2
2 Parameter buttons
Turn on these buttons to register a group of parameters as a preset.
3 WITH PLUGINS button
Turn on this button to include in the copy source the plug-ins that have been inserted into the
selected channel, and the patches and parameters.
3
4 WITH SENDS button
Turn on this button to include in the copy source all the SEND settings (on/off, level, PAN,
etc.) for the bus (output channel).
OUTPUT CH COPY PRESET popup window
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2
3
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Improved CH COPY operation
If you turn on the WITH PLUGINS button to include the plug-ins in the copy source, and if the pair
setting of the copy-source channel(s) differs from that of the copy-destination channel(s), the
following operation will occur.
Parameters to copy
Parameter
Description
NAME
Channel name, color, icon
ANALOG GAIN
Gain, phantom power on/off, GANG, gain compensation, M/S decode
SILK
SILK settings
PHASE
Ø
31BandGEQ
Copy the source and patch. (On, Band/Gain, Limit)
DIGITAL GAIN
Gain, GANG
Flex15GEQ
Copy the source and patch. (On, Band/Gain, Limit)
HPF/LPF
On/off, cutoff frequency, type
8BandPEQ
EQ
On/off, type, attenuator, band settings
Copy the source and patch. (On, Type, Band/Gain, Band/Q, Band/Bypass,
Band/Freq., Low Shel., High Shel.)
DYNA 1
DYNA 2
On/off, type, type-specific parameters, key-in (filter, Q, cutoff frequency)
AutoMixer
Assign an available channel. (Parameters will not be copied.)
OutBoard
Select OutBoard as the copy destination. (No patching)
INSERT 1
INSERT 2
On/off, points
Effect
MIX SEND
Level, PRE/POST, FOLLOW settings
Copy and patch (if the copy source is a Dual type) (including parameters
and bypass settings).
Copy and patch the L channel (if the copy source is a normal type*1)
(including parameters and bypass settings).
MATRIX SEND
Level, PRE/POST, FOLLOW settings
BLANK
DIRECT OUT
On/off, level, points, FOLLOW settings
Clear the insert module patch on the copy destination channel. (The DSP
allocation used on the copy destination will be retained.)
DELAY
On/off, delay time, points, GANG
FADER
Level
CH ON
On/off
MIX ON
On/off
MATRIX ON
On/off
31BandGEQ
Copy the source and patch. (On, Band/Gain, Limit)*1
SURR
Surround settings (on/off, positioning, DIV, LFE)
Flex15GEQ
Copy the source and patch. (On, Band/Gain, Limit)*1
TO STEREO
TO STEREO settings (on/off, mode, points*1, PAN, BALANCE, CSR)
8BandPEQ
Copy the source and patch. (On, Type, Band/Gain, Band/Q, Band/Bypass,
Band/Freq., Low Shel., High Shel.)*1
DCA ASSIGN
DCA assign settings
AutoMixer
Assign two available channels. (Parameters will not be copied.)
MUTE ASSIGN
Mute assign settings
OutBoard
Select OutBoard as the copy destination. (No patching)
Effect
Copy and patch (if the copy source is a Stereo type) (including parameters
and bypass settings).
Copy and patch both L and R channels (if the copy source is a normal
type*2 ) (including parameters and bypass settings).
BLANK
Clear the insert module patch on the copy destination channel. (The DSP
allocation used on the copy destination will be retained.)
The copy source is a mono channel and the copy destination is also a mono channel:
Copy source
Copy destination
*1 Excluding Dual type and Stereo type
The copy source is a stereo channel pair and the copy destination is also a stereo channel pair:
Copy source
Copy destination
*1 Output channels only
*1 The GEQ link settings on the copy destination will not be changed.
*2 Excluding Dual type and Stereo type
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NOTE
During the copy operation, if any controls made from PM Editor interrupt a mounting or patching
process, or if the available resources are insufficient, an alert screen will appear.
The copy source is a stereo channel pair and the copy destination is a mono channel:
Copy source
Copy destination
31BandGEQ
Copy 31BandGEQ on the L channel of the source and patch (On, Band/
Gain, Limit).
Flex15GEQ
Copy the A side of the source and patch. (On, Band/Gain, Limit)
8BandPEQ
Copy the A side of the source and patch. (On, Type, Band/Gain, Band/Q,
Band/Bypass, Band/Freq., Low Shel., High Shel.)
AutoMixer
Assign one available channel. (Parameters will not be copied.)
OutBoard
Select OutBoard as the copy destination. (No patching)
Effect
If the copy source is a Stereo type, switch to a Dual type, and then copy
and patch (including parameters and bypass settings).
Copy and patch only the L channel (if the copy source is a normal type*1)
(including parameters and bypass settings).
BLANK
Clear the insert module patch on the copy destination channel. (The DSP
allocation used on the copy destination will be retained.)
*1 Excluding a Dual type and Stereo type
The copy source is a mono channel and the copy destination is a stereo channel pair:
Copy source
Copy destination
31BandGEQ
Copy the source to both L and R channels and patch. (On, Band/Gain,
Limit)*1
Flex15GEQ
Copy the source to both L and R channels and patch. (On, Band/Gain,
Limit)*1
8BandPEQ
Copy the source to both L and R channels and patch. (On, Type, Band/
Gain, Band/Q, Band/Bypass, Band/Freq., Low Shel., High Shel.)*1
AutoMixer
Assign two available channels. (Parameters will not be copied.)
OutBoard
Select OutBoard as the copy destination. (No patching)
Effect
If the copy source is a Dual type, switch to a Stereo type, and then copy
and patch (including parameters and bypass settings).
If the copy source is a normal type*2, 1-in/1-out and 1-in/2-out Effects
cannot be copied, and leave a blank. Other than that, copy and patch both
L and R channels (including parameters and bypass settings).
BLANK
Clear the insert module patch on the copy destination channel. (The DSP
allocation used on the copy destination will be retained.)
*1 The GEQ link settings on the copy destination will not be changed.
*2 Excluding a Dual type and Stereo type
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More metering points available
PRE GC will be enabled if a device patched to the input features gain compensation. If the device
does not feature gain compensation, selecting PRE GC will be ignored and PRE D.GAIN will be
automatically selected.
More metering points available
More metering points are now available to help better detect levels.
Detected levels will also be indicated by the meter LEDs in the Selected Channel section on the top
panel, and the LEVEL meters in the fader strip field of the SELECTED CHANNEL VIEW screen.
These options will be available under one of the following conditions:
• An RY16-ML-SILK card (inserted into the RPio622/222) has been patched to the inputs.
• Devices are controlled remotely via the Dante audio network.
Devices could include: Ri-8D, Rio1608-D, Rio1608-D2, Rio3224-D, Rio3224-D2, QL1*, QL5*.
* For QL series units, the latter half of the channels will be patched (i.e., Ch17 - Ch32 for QL1;
Ch33 - Ch64 for QL5).
■ PRE GC. And PRE D.GAIN for the INPUT METER
• PRE GC ..........................Immediately before GAIN COMPENSATION
• PRE D.GAIN.................Immediately before DIGITAL GAIN
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DaNSe
1 LOW FREQUENCY knob
Adjusts the lowest frequency value of the noise band that you wish to suppress.
You cannot set a value higher than one quarter of the HIGH FREQUENCY knob setting.
Since this setting is used during analysis by the LEARN function, you must adjust this value
before using the LEARN function.
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DaNSe
DaNSe is a powerful, intuitive Dynamic Noise Suppressor designed by the legendary Dr. K’s Labs to
feature exceptional sound quality. This innovative new algorithm can learn the noise characteristics
of an audio signal, and then automatically remove the noise. The controls on the GUI are userfriendly and easy to learn. Enhanced graphics allow the user to fine-tune and edit the filters in real
time to reduce even the most difficult noises.
Using DaNSe can enhance podium, lavaliers and various microphones in spoken word situations
where the stage environment may have fan noise from moving lights or LED video screens. It can
also be used in theatrical uses to reduce various ‘room tones’ thereby increasing speech intelligibility
and gain before feedback.
1
2 HIGH FREQUENCY knob
Adjusts the highest frequency value of the noise band that you wish to suppress.
You cannot set a value that is lower than the LOW FREQUENCY knob setting multiplied by
four.
Since this setting is used during analysis by the LEARN function, you must adjust this value
before using the LEARN function.
3 LEARN button
Activates the LEARN function. Once the LEARN function starts, it will analyze the input
signal for 10 seconds, and then automatically adjust the THRESHOLD, GAIN 1–6, and the
internal signal processing parameter settings, to achieve the optimal noise suppression effects
that would be suitable for the environment and situation.
After the LEARN operation is complete, adjust the THRESHOLD and TIGHTNESS settings to
your taste to achieve a more ideal sound quality.
To interrupt the LEARN operation, press the LEARN button again or close the GUI.
2
8
5
* The effect of the LEARN operation may vary depending on the environment, even if you adjust
the displayed parameters in the same way, because the internal signal processing parameters
are automatically adjusted according to the environment.
If the parameters are not configured as a Recall Safe target, recalling a scene or library during
the LEARN operation may lead to a failure of the LEARN analysis.
4
4 REVERT
Use this button to revert to the settings obtained immediately after the LEARN analysis if you
happen to have adjusted the parameters manually after the LEARN analysis.
This button becomes active after the LEARN operation is complete.
3
6
5 TIGHTNESS knob
Adjusts the release time. Turning the knob to the right produces a faster release time.
7
6 THRESHOLD
Adjusts the threshold for all bands.
7 LINK knob
Simultaneously adjusts the GAIN 1–6 values relatively.
8 GAIN 1–6
Adjusts the maximum gain reduction amount for BANDs 1–6.
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MIX TO INPUT
MIX TO INPUT
SUB IN
You can now route MIX/MATRIX bus signals back to the input channels. For example, you can
route the signals from an orchestral string section and brass section all together to a bus, and
then send the bus signal back to an effect rack or monitor.
A new SUB IN function enables you to patch input ports directly to the output channels. In this way,
you can connect bus out signals from another console via a cascade connection to expand the
number of inputs.
INPUT patch screen
SUB IN patch screen
1
2
INPUT PATCH popup window
1 Input port list
Displays the input ports for the input sources.
OUTPUT PATCH popup window
2 SUB IN ATT button
Press this button to access the SUB IN ATT popup window, in which you can adjust the input
levels.
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Improved channel name indicators
SUB IN ATT popup window
Improved channel name indicators
Channel names are now displayed in the patch screens, meter screens and other screens. This
improvement will make it easier to identify the channel you are working on, and will make for more
efficient controls and operations.
INPUT PATCH [PLUG-IN] screen
Press one of the tabs to select the output channel type, and then use the knobs to adjust the gain for
each channel.
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Improved channel name indicators
Meter screen
PLUGIN screen
USB RECORDER screen
BUS SETUP screen
Touch the label indicator beneath each fader to switch to the channel name indicator.
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Improved scene operations
■ Button indicators
Improved scene operations
The button indicators change according to the parameter status.
Operability and display functions in various scene setting screens have been improved.
ON
■ Focus, Global Paste, and Recall Safe-related improvements
OFF
Additional options have been added to the lists (EQ, DYN1/2, and D.OUT) to set up a scene’s Focus,
Recall Safe, and Global Paste functions.
Partially ON
SCENE SETUP (FOCUS) popup window
4
Channel off
The Recall Safe operation is in progress, or the channel is isolated. (Only for the
Focus function)
1
The ALL ON and ALL OFF buttons have been added to the PLUG-IN/GEQ popup window and
BUS/OTHERS popup window. These buttons enable you to switch all buttons on the corresponding
window on or off.
2
3
1 SET BY SEL button
If this button is on, you will be able to add a channel by using the corresponding [SEL] key.
2 REVERT button (only for the Focus function)
Press this button to cancel changes you made and revert to the state prior to the changes.
3 APPLY button (only for the Focus function)
Press this button to immediately apply a change.
4 ALL ON/ALL OFF button (for the Focus and Global Paste functions)
Switch all settings on or off, including the PLUG-IN/GEQ tab and BUS/OTHERS tab settings.
PLUG-IN/GEQ popup window: All buttons for plug-ins A and B are the target.
BUS/OTHERS popup window: All buttons, excluding the SCENE FOCUS button for Global Paste,
are the target.
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Improved scene operations
■ Improving the SCENE LIST screen
■ Improved Global Paste-related operation
Improvement to the GLOBAL PASTE screen now enables you to select parameters more easily and
recall libraries and presets.
GLOBAL PASTE screen
1
2
5
1
3
2
1 LINK TO SURFACE button
Turn on this button to scroll a scene list without affecting the scene number display on the
menu bar and operation panel.
4
2 CURRENT SETTING field
Previously, the CURRENT SETTING field enabled you to specify the content that would be
stored by the next scene store operation. However, we deleted this field to prevent important
settings (such as the Focus setting) from being overwritten.
Also, the CLEAR MIX DATA button has been moved to the right side of the screen to avoid
accidental operation.
1 LIBRARY button
Press this button to open the library window. The library screen data is shared by Global Paste
and FOCUS.
2 ALL ON/ALL OFF button
Switches all settings on or off.
3 SET BY SEL button
If this button is on, you will be able to add a channel as a Global Paste target by using the
corresponding channel [SEL] key.
4 Preset buttons
You can assign a set of Global Paste targets to each of these eight buttons. Press the selected
preset button again to access the NAME EDIT popup window.
5 DESTINATION SCENE
This section now indicates the scene selected most recently in the paste destination for each
BAY. This will be erased once the unit is powered off.
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Improved DCA operations
■ PRESET Assign mode
Improved DCA operations
You can use presets to configure channel assignment, DCA name, color and icon settings. The
presets also enable you to store or recall DCA libraries as easily as other libraries.
The functions of the CH ON FOLLOWS DCA ASSIGN button and SET BY SEL button are also
enabled.
DCA assignment in Theatre mode is now much easier.
You can use presets to configure channel assignment, name, icon and color settings.
A new CH ON FOLLOWS DCA ASSIGN function turns channels on or off in conjunction with the
channel assignment.
Also, if you assign a channel to an unnamed DCA group, the name of that channel will be
automatically used as the DCA name.
DCA ASSIGN window (ALL DCA)
1
2
3
1
2
1 SAVE AS PRESET button
Turn on this button, and then press one of the preset buttons to save the currently-selected
DCA settings as the preset.
2 DELETE PRESET button
Turn on this button, and then press one of the preset buttons to clear the settings saved to that
preset button.
1 PRESET button
Press this button to engage PRESET Assign mode.
3 Preset buttons
Select a desired DCA and then press one of these preset buttons to apply the channel, name
and other settings saved in that preset button to the selected DCA.
2 CH ON FOLLOWS DCA ASSIGN button
If this button is on, channels assigned to the selected DCA will be turned on when you assign
the channels using the [SEL] keys or recall a library. Channels unassigned from the DCA will
be turned off. This button is also effective when you recall a DCA library or preset.
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Improved setting operations in the CUSTOM FADER BANK popup window
5 BANK CLEAR button
Clears the assignment for the selected bank. Pressing this button will open a confirmation
dialog box. Press OK to clear the assignment. Otherwise, press CANCEL to return to the
previous screen without changing the setting.
Improved setting operations in the
CUSTOM FADER BANK popup window
6 BANK COPY button
Press this button to copy the settings of the selected bank.
Setting operations in the CUSTOM FADER BANK popup window have been improved. In addition,
a custom meter has been added to the meter area, and the custom fader bank settings can now be
stored in the User Setup library.
7 BANK PASTE button
Press this button to paste the copied settings to the selected bank.
8 MOVE button
1
2
Press this button to engage Move mode to move a fader block.
After you select the move source using the fader assign buttons, press the TO button. Then
select the destination using the fader assign buttons, and then press the MOVE button.
9 INSERT button
Press this button to engage Insert mode to insert a fader block.
After you select the position for the insert using the fader assign buttons, select the number of
insertions (1–4). Then, press the INSERT button.
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
) CLEAR button
Press this button to clear the fader assignment.
)
NOTE
The custom fader settings can now be stored in the User Setup library. These settings include the
custom fader bank labels and channel assignment parameters.
1 BAY select buttons
Select the desired BAY or master fader for which you wish to set up a custom fader bank.
2 SET BY SEL button
If this button is on, you can use the [SEL] key to assign the corresponding channel to the
selected fader assign button.
3 Bank select buttons
Select the bank for which you wish to set up a custom fader.
Press the selected bank select button again to access the NAME popup window, in which you
can set up the bank label.
4 Fader assign buttons
Select the position to which you wish to assign a custom fader. Press the selected fader assign
button again to access the CH SELECT screen, in which you can select a channel to assign.
These buttons also indicate the assigned channels.
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Improved sync operations
When you press the SYNC button for data sync process, a confirmation dialog box appears. Press
the OK button to execute the operation.
Improved sync operations
The operation for specifying the data sync direction (on the DEVICE SYNC screen for sync process)
has been improved. The initial value for the sync direction has been eliminated for the purpose of
data safety. Also, you can now set multiple data sync directions simultaneously.
DEVICE SYNC screen
1
2
1 Sync direction buttons
Press one of these buttons to set multiple data sync directions simultaneously.
2 CLEAR ALL button
Press this button to clear the data sync direction.
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Warning against loading a conflicting system configuration
Warning against loading a conflicting
system configuration
Increased loadable items
If you load ALL types of data, pressing the WITH SYSTEM SETTINGS button will also load the
following items:
A warning button now appears if you try to load data that conflicts with the current system configuration.
• Word clock settings
LOAD SELECT screen
• DANTE SETUP (including device mount, patch, and port name settings)
• WITH RECALL settings for the RY slot on the RPio622/222 (Parameter settings on the RY card
will always be loaded regardless of the WITH RECALL settings.)
• Network settings (HY slot and RIVAGE PM StageMix)
• +48V MASTER
LOAD SELECT screen
1
1 DETAILS button
Press this button to access the SYSTEM CONFLICT DETAILS popup window to view the
conflicting items.
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Improved EQ functions
Improved EQ functions
Additional options for the parameter set
and copy function
An attenuator has been added to each EQ bank.
You can use the attenuators to correct level differences due to different EQ settings or to adjust the
level for each bank individually.
The following options have been added to the parameter set function. (The parameter set function
enables you to set a parameter for multiple channels simultaneously by touching the parameter
while pressing and holding down the [SHIFT] key and then selecting multiple channels.)
GEQ/PEQ EDIT screen
• STEREO A/B on/off on the input channels and MIX channels
• Bank link on/off for EQ and dynamics in Theatre mode
■ Setting procedure
· STEREO A/ B
SELECTED CHANNEL VIEW screen
TO ST field
TO STEREO popup window
The EQ type is now displayed in the graph.
Type
Indicator
Precise
Aggressive
Smooth
Legacy
While pressing and holding down the [SHIFT] key, press the TO ST A/B button to access the
PARAMETER SET (TO ST) popup window.
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Additional options for the parameter set and copy function
PARAMETER SET (TO ST) popup window
· EQ and Dynamics
EQUALIZER/DYNAMICS field on the SELECTED CHANNEL VIEW screen
1
2
3
4
1 Parameter value
Enables you to set the parameter value to ON or OFF.
While pressing and holding down the [SHIFT] key, press the LINK button to access the
PARAMETER SET (BANK LINK) popup window.
2 Destination select knobs
Select a range of channel numbers to which to apply the parameter value.
3 SELECT ALL button
Selects all channels as the copy destination.
4 REVERT button
Cancels the SELECT ALL button setting.
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Additional library screen function
PARAMETER SET (BANK LINK) popup window
Additional library screen function
A Sort function has been added to the library screen.
1
ACTOR LIBRARY screen
2
3
4
You can sort the library items by library number or name.
1 Parameter value
Enables you to set the parameter value to ON or OFF.
2 Destination select knobs
Select a range of channel numbers to which to apply the parameter value.
3 SELECT ALL button
Selects all channels as the copy destination.
4 REVERT button
Cancels the SELECT ALL button setting.
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DSP latency display
DSP latency display
Improved RTA display
Latency values based on the Delay Compensation setting inside the DSP engine are now displayed.
A new OFFSET knob and a linear display enable you to identify even a soft audio signal.
DELAY COMPENSATION popup window
RTA popup window
1
This popup window indicates the values of signal latency (msec) occurring during the route from
the DSP engine through inputs to each bus output. The more the Delay Compensation is applied,
the higher the latency values will result. The values also vary depending on the Fs (sampling
frequencies).
1 OFFSET knob
Specifies the offset value for the RTA display.
MIX .............................Latency from INPUT to MIX OUT
STEREO......................Latency from INPUT to STEREO OUT
MATRIX .....................Latency from INPUT to MATRIX OUT
These values do not include the A→D, D→A or network latency.
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Flashing ON buttons
Flashing ON buttons
[ON] KEYS FUNCTION DURING SOF
In the SELECTED CHANNEL VIEW screen or METER screen, the ON buttons for the channels
muted in a mute group will flash.
You can now specify the behavior of the [ON] keys during SENDS ON FADER mode.
SURFACE SETTING2 screen
1
1 [ON] KEYS FUNCTION DURING SOF
• SEND ..............................Use the [ON] key to switch the send on or off.
• CHANNEL.....................Use the [ON] key to switch the channel on or off.
This is useful if a monitoring engineer wants to control channel on/
off all the time, even during SENDS ON FADER mode.
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A new [SHIFT] key function
A new [SHIFT] key function
Improved keyboard input
When you enter characters (such as a scene title) from the keyboard, you can press the ENTER key
instead of the OK button to confirm the entry.
You can now select whether the individual [SHIFT] keys on the bays of the control surface affect the
corresponding bay independently, or one [SHIFT] key affects all bays.
SURFACE SETTING2 screen
1
1 [SHIFT] KEYS
Specifies the behavior of the [SHIFT] keys.
• INDIVIDUAL ...............Effective only on the corresponding BAY
If multiple operators are controlling the unit, each of them can use
the respective [SHIFT] key without interfering with the controls of
other operators.
• LINK ...............................Effective on all BAY
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Improved RIVAGE PM Editor
SCREEN SETTINGS screen
Improved RIVAGE PM Editor
RIVAGE PM Editor can now simultaneously display multiple screens that correspond to each bay.
PM Editor startup screen
1
1
1 [OK] WITH ENTER KEY
Turn on this button to enable the ENTER key.
1 NUMBER OF WINDOWS
Enables you to select the number of screens to be displayed simultaneously (1–3).
The screens correspond to the following bays:
• 1st screen: BAY R
• 2nd screen: BAY C
• 3rd screen: BAY L
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New functions added to the USER DEFINED keys, USER DEFINED knobs, and [Fn] keys
The following operations are always applied to the main screen (BAY R).
New functions added to the USER
DEFINED keys, USER DEFINED knobs, and
[Fn] keys
• Switching to full screen display (zoom)
• Pressing the [ESC] key repeatedly to toggle between the OVERVIEW screen and the
SELECTED CHANNEL VIEW screen (The [F2] key is effective on all windows.)
■ USER DEFINED keys
You can also use PM editor to set the following screens for version 3 or later units.
MIDI/GPI [CS] screen
You can now assign the following functions to these keys:
SURFACE SETTINGS1 screen*
Function
PARAMETER 1
PARAMETER 2
PARAMETER 3
DSP ACTIVATE A
DSP MIRRORING
---
---
Switches the specified
DSP engine to active.
Assigning this function to
GPI IN will automatically
switch the second engine
to active in the event that
the originally-active
engine’s power fails.
CH1–144
---
Switches between input
patch A and B for the
selected channel.
---
While holding down this
key, press a [SEL] key to
switch the assignment
on/off. *2
DSP ACTIVATE B
SURFACE SETTING2 screen
INPUT A/B
SPECIFIC CH
OSCILLATOR
SEL CH ASSIGN
SCREEN SETTINGS screen
Description
BAY ALL
BAY C *1
* The BAY LINK setting configured on the control surface will not affect PM Editor, but does affect
the SEL LINK setting. CUE OPERATION MODE is a dedicated PM Editor setting.
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Function
PARAMETER 1
PARAMETER 2
PARAMETER 3
■ USER DEFINED knobs
Description
You can now assign the following functions to these keys:
BAY ALL
SET [+48V]
BAY C *1
---
Function
PARAMETER 1
BAY ALL
SET [PHASE]
BAY C *1
--CH FADER
BAY ALL
SET [INSERT1 ON]
BAY C *1
SPECIFIC CH
---
BAY ALL
SET [INSERT2 ON]
BAY C *1
---
PARAMETER 2
PARAMETER 3
CH
CH 1–144
MIX
MIX 1–72
MATRIX
MATRIX 1–36
STEREO
STEREO A-B
DCA
DCA 1–24
Description
Adjusting the fader for
the specified channel. *
* A strikeout line will be displayed on channel numbers that are invalid for the CSD-R7.
BAY ALL
SET [DIRECT OUT ON]
BAY C *1
---
SET BY SEL
BAY ALL
SET [PRE SEND]
BAY C
*1
---
While holding down this
key, press a [SEL] key to
switch the assignment
on/off. *2
■ [Fn] key
VSC ON is now assignable to the [Fn] keys.
SURFACE SETTING2 screen
BAY ALL
SET [TO STEREO A]
BAY C *1
---
BAY ALL
SET [TO STEREO B]
BAY C *1
---
BAY ALL
SET [TO LCR]
SET [GAIN
COMPENSATION ON]
BAY ALL
SET NOMINAL VALUE
SOLO
BAY C *1
---
BAY ALL
BAY C *1
---
---
---
---
---
BAY C *1
ON
While holding down this
key, press a [SEL] key to
set the fader of that
channel to the nominal
level. *2
Switches the Solo
function on or off.
*1 Effective on a bay that is linked to bay C.
*2 Beginning with version 3, the BAY ALL parameter that supports all bays has been added.
VSC ON
Turning the [Fn] keys on or off will switch each channel’s Virtual Sound Check on or off.
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New messages
New messages
The following messages have been added:
Message
Description
DEVICE NOT SYNCED!
There is a device that is not synchronizing with the TWINLANe network. Access
the DEVICE SYNC screen and sync the device.
CURRENT SCENE UPDATED:
SCENE #x.xx
This message appears after the unit updates a scene without displaying the
confirmation message.
Word Clock Sync Error!
The word clock for the Dante audio network is not properly configured. Access
the WORD CLOCK screen and check the setting.
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New messages
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