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Yamaha TF5 TF3 TF1 TF-RACK Reference Manual [English]
DIGITAL MIXING CONSOLE
V4.0 Reference Manual
EN
Table of contents
Table of contents
Overview ................................................................................... 4
Maintenance screen................................................................. 93
Using this document................................................................................................ 4
The display .............................................................................................................. 4
Initialize All Memory screen .................................................................................... 93
Initialize Current Memory screen ............................................................................ 94
Initialize NY64-D screen (V3.0 and later) ................................................................ 94
Input Port Trim screen ............................................................................................ 95
Output Port Trim screen ......................................................................................... 95
Fader Calibration screen (TF5/TF3/TF1) .................................................................. 96
Channel Color Calibration screen (TF5/TF3/TF1) .................................................... 97
Universal operations ................................................................. 8
Library screen .......................................................................................................... 8
Keyboard screen .................................................................................................... 10
Menu .................................................................................................................... 10
Button and slider operations .................................................................................. 10
Reference ................................................................................. 98
Toolbar.................................................................................... 11
SCENE screen ........................................................................................................
METER screen ........................................................................................................
RECORDER screen (INPUT/OUTPUT/TITLE LIST screen) ..........................................
MONITOR screen ..................................................................................................
SETUP screen (V3.0 and later)................................................................................
LOGIN screen (V3.0 and later) ...............................................................................
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List of parameters saved in Scenes and Presets........................................................ 98
Access limitation parameter list............................................................................. 104
Quick Config Input and input channel relationships ............................................. 106
Warnings and error messages ............................................................................... 108
Index...................................................................................... 110
Product dimensions............................................................... 112
OVERVIEW screen.................................................................... 47
CH STRIP section ................................................................................................... 47
FADER section........................................................................................................ 49
SELECTED CHANNEL section (V4.0 and later) ........................................................ 50
Configuration screens............................................................. 57
INPUT screen .........................................................................................................
EQ screen ..............................................................................................................
GATE screen ..........................................................................................................
COMP screen ........................................................................................................
FX screen (FX1/2, InsFX1–6) ..................................................................................
SEND TO AUX screen ............................................................................................
ASSIGN screen.......................................................................................................
AUTOMIXER screen (V3.5 and later) ......................................................................
CH VIEW screen .....................................................................................................
CH NAME screen ...................................................................................................
GEQ screen............................................................................................................
OUTPUT screen .....................................................................................................
SEND FROM screen ...............................................................................................
DCA ASSIGN screen...............................................................................................
DELAY screen (V2.5 and later)................................................................................
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Procedures
Using GEQ.....................................................................................................................
Using faders to adjust GEQ (TF5/TF3/TF1) .....................................................................
Adjusting the SEND FROM level ....................................................................................
Adjusting the send level from AUX channels, STEREO channels,
and SUB channel to a MATRIX channel (V2.5 and later) .....................................
Assigning channels to a DCA group...............................................................................
Using the maintenance screen.......................................................................................
Calibrating the faders ....................................................................................................
If a fader must be calibrated again.................................................................................
Adjusting channel colors................................................................................................
Recalling a Preset............................................................................................................. 9
Editing a Preset................................................................................................................ 9
Displaying configuration screens ................................................................................... 11
Saving the current settings as a new Scene.................................................................... 12
Recalling a Scene........................................................................................................... 12
Editing a Scene.............................................................................................................. 12
Setting the fade time for a Scene (V4.0 and later).......................................................... 13
Setting the input ........................................................................................................... 16
Setting the output ......................................................................................................... 17
Recording...................................................................................................................... 18
Playing back files stored on a USB storage device .......................................................... 19
Checking the input signals ............................................................................................ 20
Setting the oscillator...................................................................................................... 21
Configuring settings in the PREFERENCE screen............................................................. 26
Assigning a feature to a [USER DEFINED KEY] ................................................................ 30
Assigning a feature to a [USER DEFINED KNOB] ............................................................ 31
Assigning a feature to the footswitch............................................................................. 31
Configuring the custom fader bank ............................................................................... 32
Recalling the CUSTOM FADER BANK (TF5/TF3/TF1) ...................................................... 32
Using Recall safe function .............................................................................................. 38
Assigning channels to mute groups ............................................................................... 39
Applying access permissions .......................................................................................... 46
Resetting user settings ................................................................................................... 46
Loading user settings to other TF series consoles ........................................................... 46
OVERVIEW screen operations......................................................................................... 54
Copying settings from one channel and applying them to another channel .................. 55
Setting stereo link and the input source......................................................................... 58
Adjusting EQ in manual mode ....................................................................................... 61
Adjusting EQ in 1-knob EQ mode .................................................................................. 61
Setting HPF ................................................................................................................... 62
Setting LPF .................................................................................................................... 62
Setting the gate............................................................................................................. 64
Setting the compressor.................................................................................................. 66
Setting an effect ............................................................................................................ 68
Setting an insert effect................................................................................................... 68
Adjusting the SEND TO AUX level.................................................................................. 73
Setting the AUTOMIXER ................................................................................................ 75
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Overview
Overview
Using this document
The display
You can search for keywords and view reference pages while using this document.
Here we will introduce the different screens displayed on the TF Series console display.
OVERVIEW screen
Searching for keywords
You can use the search function of your PDF viewing software to search for the desired text
within the document.
When using Adobe Reader, enter the desired text in the search bar and press your computer's
<Enter> key to begin the search.
This screen is displayed when you first turn on the console.
From here you can move to other screens depending on the operations that you want to
perform.
You can return to the OVERVIEW screen at any time by pressing the Home key (
).
For the TF5/TF3/TF1, the CH STRIP section is displayed.
Moving backward and forward in your viewing history
When viewing this document using Adobe Reader, you can easily move backward and
forward in your viewing history. This is particularly useful when you click a link to jump to
another page, and then want to return to the original page.
Using the index
An index of the keywords and topics in this document can be found on page 110. You can use
the index to easily jump to the desired explanation or topic.
For the TF-RACK, the FADER section is displayed. You can switch between the CH STRIP
section and FADER section by pressing the Home key (
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For more information about the OVERVIEW screen, see page 47.
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I Navigation area
Configuration screens
You can touch an area of the OVERVIEW screen to display the configuration screen for the
corresponding area.
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Displays the features of the currently selected channel.
You can drag the screen up and down to display other features.
CH1–CH32
1 Displays the INPUT screen. (page 57)
2 Displays the EQ screen. (page 59)
3 Displays the GATE screen. (page 63)
4 Displays the COMP screen. (page 65)
5 Displays the FX1 screen. (page 67)
6 Displays the FX2 screen. (page 67)
7 Displays the SEND TO AUX screen. (page 73)
8 Displays the ASSIGN screen. (page 74)
9 Displays the AUTOMIXER screen (V3.5 and later).
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1 Toolbar (page 11)
Displays buttons for frequently used features. When you touch a button, the
corresponding configuration screen in the main area of the display.
2 Navigation area
0 Displays the CH VIEW screen. (page 76)
NOTE
Only CH1–CH8 are displayed on the AUTOMIXER screen.
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Allows you to select which screen is displayed in the main area of the display.
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Displays the screen that you select using the toolbar or navigation area.
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CH33–CH40
1 Displays the INPUT screen. (page 57)
2 Displays the EQ screen. (page 59)
3 Displays the FX1 screen. (page 67)
4 Displays the FX2 screen. (page 67)
5 Displays the SEND TO AUX screen. (page 73)
6 Displays the ASSIGN screen. (page 74)
7 Displays the CH VIEW screen. (page 76)
FX RTN 1/2
1 Displays the SEND FROM screen. (page 88)
2 Displays the FX1 or the FX2 screen. (page 67)
3 Displays the EQ screen. (page 59)
4 Displays the SEND TO AUX screen. (page 73)
5 Displays the ASSIGN screen. (page 74)
6 Displays the CH VIEW screen. (page 76)
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AUX1–AUX8
1 Displays the SEND FROM screen. (page 88)
2 Displays the EQ screen. (page 59)
3 Displays the GEQ screen. (page 85)
4 Displays the COMP screen. (page 65)
5 Displays the OUTPUT screen. (page 87)
6 Displays the CH VIEW screen. (page 76)
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1 Displays the INPUT screen. (page 57)
2 Displays the EQ screen. (page 59)
3 Displays the DELAY screen. (page 92)
4 Displays the FX1 screen. (page 67)
5 Displays the FX2 screen. (page 67)
6 Displays the SEND TO AUX screen. (page 73)
7 Displays the ASSIGN screen. (page 74)
8 Displays the CH VIEW screen. (page 76)
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AUX9/10–AUX19/20
1 Displays the SEND FROM screen. (page 88)
2 Displays the EQ screen. (page 59)
3 Displays the COMP screen. (page 65)
4 Displays the INSFX screen. (page 67)
5 Displays the OUTPUT screen. (page 87)
6 Displays the CH VIEW screen. (page 76)
STEREO
1 Displays the EQ screen. (page 59)
2 Displays the GEQ screen. (page 85)
3 Displays the COMP screen. (page 65)
4 Displays the OUTPUT screen. (page 87)
5 Displays the CH VIEW screen. (page 76)
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DCA1–DCA8
1 Displays the DCA ASSIGN screen. (page 90)
2 Displays the CH VIEW screen. (page 76)
1 Displays the SEND FROM screen. (page 88)
2 Displays the EQ screen. (page 59)
3 Displays the COMP screen. (page 65)
4 Displays the OUTPUT screen. (page 87)
5 Displays the CH VIEW screen. (page 76)
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1 Displays the SEND FROM screen. (page 88)
2 Displays the EQ screen. (page 59)
3 Displays the DELAY screen. (page 92)
4 Displays the OUTPUT screen. (page 87)
5 Displays the CH VIEW screen. (page 76)
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Universal operations
Universal operations
In this section we will introduce the screens that are displayed when you press the Library key
(
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), which are found in the Display section of the console's top
panel.
Library screen
Allows you to recall saved Presets.
A Preset is a collection of settings that are customized for a certain type of input, microphone,
instrument, etc. By recalling a Preset, you can set up a channel quickly and easily according
to the type of input, and then fine-tune the settings to your specific needs. You can even save
your own Presets.
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4 List
You can click a header in the list to sort the items by that header. (List items cannot be
sorted by "Information".)
To select a Preset, simply touch it. The selected Preset is highlighted, and can then be
saved, recalled, or edited.
A lock icon is displayed or cleared each time you touch the
column. When the icon
is displayed, the Preset is write-protected.
The date on which the Preset was last saved is displayed in the Date column.
5 Recall on/off checkboxes
Allow you to determine which parameters will be recalled (checkbox on) and not be
recalled (checkbox off).
Input channels
HA: Analog/digital gain setting, phantom power on/off, phase setting
Input Select: Input source settings
Name: Channel name, icon, and color
AUX 1–8, STEREO channels
GEQ: GEQ settings
Name: Channel name, icon, and color
FX RTN, AUX9/10–AUX19/20 channels
FX: Effect settings
Name: Channel name, icon, and color
SUB, MATRIX1–4 channels
Name: Channel name, icon, and color
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Recalls a Preset to the selected channel.
7 Edit button
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(Keyboard screenpage 10)
1 Channel name
Displays the name of the channel.
8 Store button
Saves the settings for the current channel as a Preset. The settings will overwrite the
Preset selected in the Library list.
2 Category selection button
Allows you to select a category.
Presets that match the selected category are displayed in the Library list.
9 Store As button
3 Library selection button
Allows you to switch between the available Libraries. The Presets that are stored in the
selected Library are displayed in the list.
LIBRARY A: Displays the Presets stored in LIBRARY A.
LIBRARY B: Displays the Presets stored in LIBRARY B.
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Saves the settings for the current channel as a new Preset.
Touch this button to display the keyboard so you can enter the Preset name. (Keyboard
screenpage 10)
0 Preset number (V1.1 and later)
Displays the Preset number. The first number indicates the number of Presets in the
selected category (2), and the second number indicates the total number of Presets.
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Displaying the Library screen from a configuration screen
Editing a Preset
When you display the Library screen from a configuration screen, one of the following buttons
is added to the Library screen, depending on the configuration screen you were using.
Recall EQ button
Displayed when you enter the Library from the EQ screen, and recalls EQ settings only.
Recall Gate button
Displayed when you enter the Library from the GATE screen, and recalls GATE settings only.
Recall COMP button
Displayed when you enter the Library from the COMP screen, and recalls COMP settings only.
Recall FX button
Displayed when you enter the Library from the FX screen, and recalls FX settings only.
Recall GEQ button
Displayed when you enter the Library from the GEQ screen, and recalls GEQ settings only.
1. Recall the desired Preset.
2. Touch the Edit button.
Display the keyboard so you can edit the title and comment.
(Keyboard screenpage 10)
Store As
button
Edit the desired items.
Store button
3. touch the Store or Store As button.
Store button: Saves the settings for the current channel as
a Preset. The settings will overwrite the Preset selected in
the Library list.
Edit button
Store As button: Saves the settings for the current channel
as a new Preset.
Library screen menu
Press the Menu key (
Recalling a Preset
) from the Library screen to display the following items.
1. Touch a Library selection button to select the Library that contains the desired Preset.
A list of Presets is displayed.
1 Copy
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2 Cut
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Preset list
Cuts the selected Preset.
3 Paste
Pastes the copied or cut Preset to the Library.
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Deletes the selected Preset.
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You can click a header in the list to sort the items by that header. (List items cannot be sorted by
"Information".)
2. Touch the desired Preset.
The selected Preset is highlighted.
3. Select the items that will be recalled.
Turn the checkboxes on for items that you want to recall.
4. Touch the Recall CH button.
The Preset is recalled to the selected channel.
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Keyboard screen
Button and slider operations
Allows you to edit titles and comments. This screen varies depending on the operation you
are performing.
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Close button [X]
Touch to close the current screen.
OK button
Applies the current settings.
Cancel button
Cancels the operation and returns to the previous
screen.
Clear button
Clears the information you entered.
Jump icon
Displays the relevant screen.
Slider
Flashes in pink when you touch it to indicate it can be
operated.
You can then drag the slider on the display or turn the
[TOUCH AND TURN] knob to adjust the setting.
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Pan slider
1 Cancel button
Discards any changes you made and returns to the previous screen.
Balance slider
2 OK button
Saves the changes you made.
Description
Flashes in pink when you touch it to indicate it can be
operated by the [TOUCH AND TURN] knob.
Edit icon
Displays the screen where you can edit information,
such as the keyboard screen.
Menu
Touch a button with "M" displayed on it to display the
menu.
Text box
When you touch a text box that can accept values, it
flashes in pink to indicate that its content can be
changed.
Touch the box again to display the screen that allows
you to enter values.
You can also change the value by turning the
[TOUCH AND TURN] knob.
When you touch a text box that can accept text, the
keyboard screen is displayed.
On and off
Switches between on and off when you touch the
item.
3 Title field
Enter the name of the Scene here.
4 Comment field
Enter comments about the Scene here.
5 FadeTime Settings
Specifies fade time settings and switches fade times used in scenes ON/OFF. To display
the FADE TIME screen (page 14), touch the button on the right edge.
6 Keyboard
Touch to enter the desired text.
Menu
Displays a menu of options available in the current screen. The content of the menu varies
depending on which screen is being displayed. For information about each menu, refer to the
description for the corresponding page.
When on (example):
When off (example):
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Toolbar
Toolbar
SCENE screen
Provides access to frequently used features and system settings.
The toolbar is displayed regardless of the screen content.
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Allows you to manage previously saved mixer setups, or "Scenes".
When you recall a Scene, you can exempt certain settings from being replaced by the settings
contained in the Scene; this is called "recall safe".
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1 Displays the SCENE screen.
2 Displays the METER screen. (page 14)
3 Displays the RECORDER screen. (page 15)
4 Displays the MONITOR screen. (page 19)
5 Displays the SETUP screen. (page 22) (V3.0 and later)
6 Displays the current time. (page 42)
7 Displays the LOGIN screen. (page 44) (V3.0 and later)
The name of the user that is currently logged in is displayed with the icon.
Additionally, the following items may be displayed to indicate the corresponding
status.
ACCESS: The console is accessing the USB storage device that is connected to its
USB connector.
CUE: The cue is turned on.
OSCILLATOR: The oscillator is turned on.
Quick Config: Quick Config is being used. (V2.0 and later)
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1 Scene list selection button
Allows you to switch between the available Scene lists.
SCENE A: Displays Scene list A.
SCENE B: Displays Scene list B.
2 Scene list
Displaying configuration screens
When you touch an icon, the corresponding configuration screen is displayed.
To return to the previous screen, touch the icon again, or touch the close button ([X]) in the
upper right of the screen.
Displays the Scenes saved in the selected Scene list.
You can click a header in the list to sort the items by that header. (List items cannot be
sorted by "Information".)
To select a Scene, simply touch it. The selected Scene is highlighted, and can then be
saved, recalled, or edited.
A green triangle is displayed next to the Scene that is currently recalled.
A lock icon is displayed or cleared each time you touch the
column. When the icon
is displayed, the Scene is write-protected.
The date on which the Scene was last saved is displayed in the Date column.
The Fade Time column (V4.0 and later) displays whether or not the FADE TIME function
is enabled and the time setting.
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Toolbar
3 Store button
Saves the current mixer setup and assigns it to the Scene number selected in the Scene
list.
Touch this button to display the keyboard so you can edit the title and comment.
(Keyboard screenpage 10)
Recalling a Scene
1. Touch a Scene list selection button to select the
Scene list that contains the desired Scene.
The Scene list is displayed.
2. Touch the desired Scene.
4 Recall button
The selected Scene is highlighted.
Recalls the Scene that is selected in the Scene list.
You can click a header in the list to sort the items by that header. (List items cannot be sorted by
"Information".)
5 Edit button
Touch this button to display the keyboard so you can edit the title and comment.
(Keyboard screenpage 10)
Selected Scene
Saving the current settings as a new Scene
1. Touch the Scene area of the Toolbar.
2. Touch a Scene list selection button to select the Scene list.
The Scene list is displayed.
3. Touch a blank Scene.
3. Touch the Recall button.
The mixer settings saved in the Scene are recalled.
The name of the recalled Scene is displayed in the upper left
of the screen.
Blank Scene
Editing a Scene
4. Touch the Store button.
Display the keyboard so you can edit the title, comment and fade time (Keyboard screenpage 10).
1. Select the Scene that you want to edit.
2. Touch the Edit button.
Display the keyboard so you can edit the title, comment and fade time (Keyboard screenpage 10).
Enter the new Scene name and a comment.
5. Touch the OK button.
The settings will be saved as a new Scene.
Edit the desired items.
3. Touch the OK button.
The settings will overwrite the Scene selected in the Scene list.
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Toolbar
Setting the fade time for a Scene (V4.0 and later)
7. Touch the OK button.
The fade times will be set for the Scene.
1. Select the scene for which the fade time is to be set.
2. Touch the Edit button.
The screen will display where you can edit the title, comment and fade time (SOFT KEYBOARD
screen page 10).
3. To turn the fade time on, touch the FadeTime
button. Touch the button once more to turn it off.
4. To set the fade time, touch the Fade Time display
and input the setting using the keyboard.
NOTE
• If a moving fader is stopped while holding down its corresponding [SEL] key, the fader effect stop at that
position.
• If the same scene is recalled while the fader is moving, the faders for all channels and DCA groups
immediately move to their target positions.
5. To turn the fade time on and off for each channel,
touch the button on the right edge of the screen.
6. Set each channel on or off using the FADE TIME screen.
SCENE screen menu
Press the Menu key (
) from the Scene screen to display the following items.
1 Copy
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3 Paste
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Toolbar
METER screen
FADE TIME screen (V4.0 and later)
On this screen, you can individually turn the channels on and off for which you want to apply
fade time for the Scene.
Displays the input and output level of all the channels, and allows you to select the metering
point (i.e., the point at which the level is detected).
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1 Channel buttons
Use these buttons to individually turn the channels on and off for which you want to
apply fade time. If the channel is colored white, fade time is on.
FADE TIME screen menu
Press the Menu key (
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1 Input metering point selection menu
Select the input level metering point from the menu.
PRE HPF: After the head amp; before the HPF
PRE FADER: Before the fader
POST ON: After the [ON] key
1 All ON
Turns on fade time for all channels.
2 All OFF
Turns off fade time for all channels.
2 Output metering point selection menu
Select the output level metering point from the menu.
PRE EQ: Before the EQ
PRE FADER: Before the fader
POST ON: After the [ON] key
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Turn this button on to hold the peak level for each level meter. Turn this button off to
remove the peak level that was being held. The Peak Hold on/off setting affects both
input and output channels.
NOTE
You can assign the Peak Hold button to a [USER DEFINED KEY]. (page 27)
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Toolbar
4 Meters
RECORDER screen (INPUT/OUTPUT/TITLE LIST
screen)
Display the input and output levels of the channels.
5 Meter display selection button
Allows you to select how many meters are displayed. Three display modes are available.
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You can connect a USB storage device to the console's iPad connector and use the console
to record audio to the device, play back audio files stored on the device, and manage audio
files stored on the device.
When a USB storage device is connected to the iPad connector, your TF series console can
record its internal signals to the device as an audio file and play back files that are stored on
the device.
You can also connect an iOS device to the console and use your iPad or iPhone as an audio
input source for the mixer.
Recorded files are formatted as 48 kHz, 24-bit stereo WAV files.
Playback is supported for WAV and MP3 (MPEG-1 Audio Layer-3) files.
These features allow you to record signals from the STEREO and AUX buses to the USB
storage device, and use audio files that are saved on your iPad or USB storage device as the
source for the console's ST IN 1 channel.
NOTE
• Simultaneous recording and playback is not supported.
• While recording, the signal being recorded cannot be used as an INPUT channel.
• Compatible USB storage devices must be formatted in FAT32. If necessary, connect the device to the
USB connector (on the right side of the top panel) and use the contextual menu in the SAVE/LOAD
screen to format the device.
• Use only USB storage devices with a sector size of 512 bytes. (Hard drives larger than 2 TB cannot be
used.)
• USB storage devices with an allocation unit size under 4096 bytes are not supported. (This may apply
to small-capacity USB memory devices.)
• For recording, we recommend using a high-speed device, such as a hard disk drive (HDD) or solid-state
drive (SSD). USB memory devices and iOS devices can be used for playback only.
• For playback, MP3 files must be encoded at 44.1 kHz or 48 kHz, with a bit rate of 128 kbps–320 kbps.
Files encoded using variable bit rate (VBR) can be played back, but file length and elapsed playback
time may not be displayed properly.
• To enable operability from TF StageMix, the number of audio files that can be placed in the same folder
is limited to 150 files. If the total number exceeds 150, including the number of folders, then they are not
displayed in the Title list. To use more than 150 files, place them in separate folders (V4.0 and later).
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NOTE
INPUT/OUTPUT screen
When an iPad or other iOS device is connected, "iOS device is connected. Use transport control on the
device." is displayed, and the playback button is not displayed. Use the corresponding app on the iOS
device to control playback.
Allows you to configure inputs and outputs for playback and recording.
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1 RECORD source selection menu
Allows you to select the source that will be recorded.
The source selected here is also output to CH33 and CH34 of the USB TO HOST
connector.
With V3.5 and later, you can also select MTRX 1/2 and MTRX 3/4.
Setting the input
1. Touch the RECORD source selection menu and select
the source you want to record.
2 RECORD level meter
Displays the recording level.
3 RECORD level slider
Adjusts the recording level.
4 RECORD CUE button
Turns the recording source cue on and off.
2. Drag the RECORD level slider and adjust the recording
level.
5 PLAYBACK level meter
Displays the playback level.
6 PLAYBACK level slider
Adjusts the playback level.
7 PLAYBACK CUE button
Turns the playback source cue on and off.
RECORD level slider
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3. If you want to monitor the record source, touch the
RECORD CUE button to turn the cue on.
TITLE LIST screen
When a USB storage device is connected to the console via the iPad connector, you can use
this screen to play back audio files saved on the device and record the signal from the 2MIX
source to the device.
Setting the output
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1. Drag the PLAYBACK level slider and adjust the playback
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2. Touch the PLAYBACK CUE button to turn the cue on.
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1 Parent directory button
Displays the directory that is one level above the current directory.
2 Current directory
Displays the path of the current directory on the USB storage device.
3 USB storage device information
Displays the volume name of the USB storage device.
The amount of available space (i.e., available capacity and available percentage of total
capacity) on the USB storage device is also displayed.
4 File list
Displays a list of the files in the current directory.
You can click a header in the list to sort the items by that header.
Touch a file name to select the file for playback or editing.
Touch the music note icon to start and pause playback.
Files whose checkboxes are turned on will be played back-to-back during continuous playback.
The name of each file in the directory is displayed in the File Name column.
Artist information is displayed in the Artist column (MP3 files only) and the length of the
file is displayed in the Time column.
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If the total number exceeds 150, including the number of folders, then the files are not
displayed in the Title list and operations 5 to C cannot be performed.
In that case, the “Recorder supports a maximum of 150 items in a folder. Please remove
some files from this folder to continue.” message is displayed (V4.0 and later).
NOTE
When an iPad or other iOS device is connected, "iOS device is connected. Use transport control on the
device." is displayed, and the playback button is not displayed. Use the corresponding app on the iOS
device to control playback.
5 Follow playback button
When this button is turned on during continuous playback, the file that is currently
playing is highlighted in the file list.
6 File information
When playing back an MP3 file, the file's bit rate and the current playback location are
displayed here.
When playing back a WAV file, the file's sample rate and the current playback location
are displayed here.
When recording, the WAV file's sample rate and the elapsed recording time are
displayed here.
7 Playback mode selector button
You can select the desired playback mode.
Touch the button to toggle through the available modes.
: SINGLE playback; the file is played and then playback stops.
Recording
: SINGLE REPEAT; the file plays repeatedly until you stop playback.
1. Connect a compatible USB storage device to the iPad connector.
2. Touch the record button.
: ALL; all files with checkboxes turned on in the file list are played back one after
another, and then playback stops.
: ALL REPEAT; all files with checkboxes turned on in the file list are played back one
after another, and then playback repeats until you stop playback.
8 Previous button
Moves the playback location to the beginning of the current file or to the beginning of
the previous file.
9 Stop button
The record button begins flashing to indicate that the console is in record-ready mode.
3. When you're ready to start recording, touch the play/pause button.
The record button remains lit during recording.
You can touch the play/pause button to pause and resume recording.
4. When you're ready to stop recording, touch the stop button.
The recorded file is named automatically based on the console's date and time setting.
5. If necessary, touch the file name edit button and change the file name.
Stops playback and recording.
0 Play/pause button
Starts and pauses playback.
A Next button
Moves the playback location to the beginning of the next file.
B Record button
Sets the console to record-ready mode. If the number of audio files in a folder, including
the number of folders, exceeds 150, then the Record button is disabled.
C File name edit button
Allows you to edit the file's name.
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MONITOR screen
Playing back files stored on a USB storage device
1. Touch the file that you want to play in the file list.
Allows you to manage cue and monitor signals and to control oscillators.
The CUE/MONITOR screen is used to control the signals that are monitored using
headphones and near-field monitors. Here you can select the sources that will be
continuously monitored, and select individual channels for monitoring using the CUE feature.
To play a file stored in a different directory, touch the parent directory button and navigate to the
desired directory.
Parent directory button
Selected file
The OSCILLATOR screen is used to configure the oscillator and turn it on and off. The console
has a built-in oscillator that can output a sine wave or pink noise to the desired bus, allowing
you to check external devices or test the characteristics of a venue.
CUE/MONITOR screen
Allows you to monitor certain inputs using headphones or speakers. You can select which
sources will be monitored, change the monitor signal to mono, or add a delay.
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select the desired mode.
3. Touch the play button.
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Play button
Playback begins.
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Press the Menu key (
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1 Make Dir
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Makes a new directory in the current directory. If
the number of audio files in a folder, including the
number of folders, exceeds 150, then the Make Dir
function is disabled.
2 Delete
Deletes the selected file.
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Selects the point in the signal path that will be monitored.
PFL: Before the fader
AFL: After the fader (inputs are PFL only)
2 CUE mode button
Used to select the CUE mode.
Mix CUE: Enables cue for multiple channels.
Last CUE: Enables cue for the last channel selected.
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3 PFL Trim setting text box (V3.5 and later)
Adjusts the CUE monitor volume when PFL is selected. This can be set within a range of
-30 dB to +20 dB. Touch to display the input screen for each value. (page 10)
4 Mono button
Allows you to change the monitor signal to mono.
5 Delay button
Delays the monitor signal.
6 Monitor output button
Turns the monitor output on and off.
The signal is output from the [PHONES] jack regardless of this setting.
7 Monitor level meter
Displays the monitor level.
8 Monitor level slider
Checking the input signals
1. Touch a CUE mode button to select
the desired cue mode.
2. Select the desired monitor sources by
touching the corresponding monitor
selection buttons.
3. Select the desired cue point by
touching the corresponding CUE
point selection button.
4. Touch the PFL Trim setting text box to
set the CUE monitor volume.
5. Touch the monitor output button to
turn the monitor output on and off.
Adjusts the monitor output level.
The signal is output from the [PHONES] jack regardless of this setting.
9 Clear CUE button
Cancels all cue selections.
6. Drag the monitor level slider to adjust
the monitor level.
0 Delay setting
Delay can be specified in frames (V3.5 and later), meters, feet, or ms (milliseconds).
Touch a text box to display the keyboard and enter a value. (page 10)
Monitor level
slider
A Monitor selection buttons
Allow you to select the sources that will be monitored.
TF5/TF3/TF1
7. Select the desired delay time.
Touch one of the delay setting text boxes to
display the keyboard. This can be specified in
frames, meters, feet or ms (milliseconds). The
frame rate can be set in the Others section of
the PREFERENCE screen. (page 26)
TF-RACK
Delay button
8. Touch the delay button.
The delay is turned on.
Delay setting
Text boxes
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6 Oscillator assignment buttons
OSCILLATOR screen
Determine which channels the oscillator is sent to. You can select multiple channels.
Allows you to configure the oscillator.
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Setting the oscillator
1. Touch the oscillator mode button and select the desired
mode.
2. Use the oscillator assignment buttons to determine
which channels the oscillator signal will be sent to.
Channel is selected
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3. Touch the oscillator output button to turn on
the oscillator output.
4. While referring to the oscillator output level
meter, drag the oscillator level slider to adjust
the oscillator output level.
Allows you to select the oscillator mode.
SINE WAVE: A sine wave will be output continuously.
PINK NOISE: Pink noise will be output continuously.
BURST NOISE: Pink noise will be output intermittently.
2 Parameter sliders
Allows you to adjust parameters for the oscillator.
When the oscillator mode is set to SINE WAVE, this setting determines the frequency of
the sine wave.
When the oscillator mode is set to BURST NOISE, this setting determines the Width
(duration of the noise) and Interval (length of silence between noise bursts).
When the oscillator mode is set to PINK NOISE, nothing is displayed here.
Oscillator
output button
When the oscillator mode is set to SINE WAVE, you can
also adjust the frequency of the oscillator.
When the oscillator mode is set to BURST NOISE, you
can also adjust Width (duration of each noise burst) and
the Interval (duration of each silence between noise
bursts).
Oscillator
level slider
3 Oscillator output button
Turns the oscillator output on and off. When the oscillator is turned on, the oscillator
signal is sent to the input channels that are selected by the oscillator assignment
buttons.
Oscillator
output meter
4 Oscillator output level slider
Adjusts the oscillator output level.
5 Oscillator output meter
Displays the oscillator output level.
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SETUP screen (V3.0 and later)
9 Mute Group icon (V4.0 and later) (page 39)
Allows you to configure general mixer settings, as well as settings for OMNI OUT, Recall Safe,
[USER DEFINED KEYS], [USER DEFINED KNOBS], custom fader banks, and other
preferences.
0 +48V Master button
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button is turned off, phantom power will not be supplied to any channels, even if their
+48V buttons are turned on. (page 57)
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A Brightness icon (page 40)
Displays the BRIGHTNESS screen.
B Network icon (page 41)
Displays the NETWORK screen.
C Time icon (page 42)
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Displays the LOG screen.
E Help icon (page 43)
Displays the HELP screen.
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F About icon (page 43)
Displays the ABOUT screen.
1 Save/Load icon (page 23)
Displays the SAVE/LOAD screen.
2 Preference icon (page 25)
Displays the PREFERENCE screen.
3 User Defined Control icon (page 27)
Displays the USER DEFINED CONTROLS screen.
4 Custom Fader Bank icon (page 32)
Displays the CUSTOM FADER BANK screen.
5 Bus Setup icon (page 33)
Displays the BUS SETUP screen.
6 OMNI OUT icon (page 34)
Displays the OMNI OUT screen.
7 Slot Setup icon (V2.0 and later) (page 34)
Displays the SLOT SETUP screen.
8 Recall Safe icon (page 38)
Displays the RECALL SAFE screen.
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5 Edit button
SAVE/LOAD screen
Allows you to edit the selected file's file name and comment.
Displays a list of saved directories and files.
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Loads the file selected in the file list.
The LOAD SELECT screen is displayed when you press the Load button. (V2.0 and later)
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7 Save button
Saves the current settings by overwriting them over the file selected in the file list.
8 Save As button
Saves the current settings by saving them as a new file.
SAVE/LOAD screen menu
Touch the Menu key (
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1 Copy
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Copies the selected file.
2 Paste
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Pastes the file into the current directory.
3 Make Dir
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1 Parent directory button
Displays the directory that is one level above the current directory.
This button is grayed out if the current directory is the top directory.
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2 Current directory
Displays the name of the current directory.
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3 Volume name
Creates a new directory.
4 Delete
Deletes the selected file.
5 Format
Formats the USB storage device that is connected
to the console.
Displays the volume name of the USB storage device and the amount of available space.
4 File list
Displays a list of the directories and files stored on the USB storage device. When an item
in the file list is selected, it is highlighted to indicate it will be the subject of any
subsequent operations.
You can touch a header in the list to sort the items by that header. Touch the same
header again to switch between ascending and descending order.
File Name: Displays directory and file names. An icon is displayed for each item so that
you can distinguish between the two.
Comment: Displays any comments you have entered for TF Series console files. To edit
a file's comment, select the file and then touch the Edit button to display the
keyboard (page 10).
Date: Displays each item's modified date.
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Data that can be saved and loaded
LOAD SELECT screen (V2.0 and later)
The following data can be saved and loaded on the SAVE/LOAD screen.
Allows you to select which data is loaded when you load a TF Series setup file.
Data that is saved/loaded
Description
Scene Memory
All Scenes and the current Scene
Channel Library
All channel Presets
+48V Master
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Mute Safe
Mute Master
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Cue
Except channel cue settings
Oscillator
Except oscillator on
Monitor
Meter
Recall Safe
User Defined Keys
User Defined Knobs
Foot Switch
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Custom Fader Bank
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1 All/Custom selection button
Allows you to select the type of data that will be loaded. When All is selected, all data
will be loaded.
When Custom is selected, the checkboxes on this screen can be used to select the data
that will be loaded.
2 Data selection checkboxes
Turn on the checkboxes according to the type of data that you want to load.
The User Account checkbox is displayed for both All and Custom, but you can change
the checkbox setting only when you are logged in as the Administrator.
3 Load button
Preference
Except the following settings: Help Language, Show Help at Startup, Touch
Area Optimization, [Home] Key
Slot Setup
Quick Config, HA Control
User Account
Only when logged in as Administrator
Data that is not saved/loaded
Description
Cue
Channel cue settings
Oscillator
Oscillator on
Brightness
Preference
Help Language, Show Help at Startup, Touch Area Optimization settings,
[Home] Key
Date Time
Touch this button to load the data.
Network
Console Lock
4 Override Protected Scenes & Libraries checkbox
When this checkbox is turned on, protected Scenes and Libraries will also be overwritten
by loaded data. If you want to prevent protected Scenes and Libraries from being
overwritten, turn off this checkbox.
Input Port Trim
Output Port Trim
Fader Calibration
Channel Color Calibration
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2 Confirmation section
PREFERENCE screen
Allows you to configure general operating settings regarding confirmation message display,
[SEL] key behavior, etc.
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Store/Recall: When turned on, a confirmation message is displayed when you store and
recall features.
INPUT Select/OUTPUT Patch: When turned on, a confirmation message is displayed
when you change the input selection or OMNI OUT
patching.
1 Auto CH Select section
3 Help section
INPUT/OUTPUT: When turned on, a channel of the corresponding type will be selected
automatically when you operate that channel's fader.
You can turn this feature on and off independently for input channels
and output channels.
[CUE] > [SEL] Link: When turned on, a channel will be selected when you turn its CUE
on.
[SEND SEL] > [CUE] Link (V4.0 and later): Specifies whether or not to link channel
selection to a cue in the SENDS ON FADER
mode.
Memorize [SEL] Position for Each FADER BANK: Determines whether channel
positions are remembered in fader
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Show Help at Startup: Determines whether the HELP screen is displayed automatically
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4 Key Function section (V4.0 and later)
Frame Rate (V3.5 and later): Selects the frame rate (in numbers of frames) for the
delay setting.
RTA Offset (V3.6 and later): Adjusts the RTA sensitivity of the EQ and GEQ screens.
When this is touched, a screen for inputting numerical
values will appear.
[TAP] Key Blink (V2.0 and later): Switches the flashing [TAP] key on or off. Tapped
tempos can be input even when the key is off.
[Home] Key (V4.0 and later): Displayed when the [Home] key is touched on the top
panel. Selects the section on the OVERVIEW screen. Each
touch of the [Home] key successively displays the next
section that is switched on.
Configuring settings in the PREFERENCE screen
1. Use the buttons on the PREFERENCE screen to configure the settings as desired.
2. When finished, touch the close button ([X]).
5 Others section
Touch Sensing Area Optimization: Allows you to optimize the touchscreen's
sensitivity.
Stand: Optimized for operating the touchscreen
when you are positioned above it, such as
when standing.
Sit: Optimized for operating the touchscreen
when you are positioned below it, such as
when sitting.
Display Delay Scale (V2.5 and later): You can select the desired units (frames, meters,
feet, milliseconds) that are displayed in the
DELAY box for MATRIX and ST IN channels.
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FUNCTION
USER DEFINED CONTROLS screen
This screen allows you to assign features to the [USER DEFINED KEYS], [USER DEFINED
KNOBS], and to the footswitch.
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CH Select
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Specific CH
CUE
Specific CH
Effect
Bypass
EQ
Band Select
Help
Meter
Monitor
Source Select
2 Key setup buttons (A–F)
Touch the desired button to display the screen that allows you to assign features to the
corresponding key.
Features that can be assigned to [USER DEFINED KEYS]
FUNCTION
PARAMETER1
PARAMETER2
No Assign
Automixer
Brightness
CH ON
Bypass
Group a, Group b
Specific CH
CH 1–8
Bank Change
Specific CH
CH 1–40,
ST IN 1, ST IN 2,
FX 1, FX 2,
DCA 1–8,
AUX 1–8,
AUX 9/10–19/20,
STEREO, SUB,
MATRIX1–4 (V2.5 and later)
Mute Master
Oscillator
Description
No feature is assigned
Bypasses the group assigned to PARAMETER 2.
Turns the Automixer on and off for the
channel assigned to PARAMETER 2.
Switches the brightness setting bank. This
feature is supported from V1.1.
CH 1–40,
ST IN 1L–ST IN 2R,
FX1L–FX2R,
AUX 1–8,
AUX 9–20,
STEREO L, STEREO R,
SUB,
MATRIX1–4 (V2.5 and later)
CH 1–40,
ST IN 1, ST IN 2,
FX 1, FX 2,
DCA 1–8,
AUX 1–8,
AUX 9/10–19/20,
STEREO, SUB,
MATRIX1–4 (V2.5 and later)
FX 1, FX 2,
INS FX 1–6
HPF, LPF, Low, Low-Mid,
High-Mid, High
STEREO, SUB,
STIN 1, STIN 2,
STIN (TF-RACK),
USB 33/34,
Playback
MUTE GROUP 3–
MUTE GROUP 6
Oscillator On
Specific CH
Bookmark
Page Change
Bookmark with
“SEL”
Close Popup
Description
Select channels in order of the direction
selected for PARAMETER 1.
Peak Hold ON
Output
1 Keys button
Allows you to assign features to the [USER DEFINED KEYS] on the top panel.
PARAMETER2
Inc
Dec
Selects the channel assigned to PARAMETER 2.
Turns the cue on and off for the channel
assigned to PARAMETER 2.
Bypasses the effect assigned to PARAMETER 2.
Selects the band assigned to PARAMETER 2.
(V3.0 and later)
Displays help information.
Turns the peak hold on and off.
Turns the monitor out on and off.
Selects the monitor source assigned to
PARAMETER 2.
Turns the mute on and off for the MUTE
GROUP assigned to PARAMETER 1.
Turns the oscillator on and off.
AUX 1–20,
STEREO L, STEREO R,
SUB
Turns the oscillator sent to the channel
assigned to PARAMETER 2 on and off.
Press and hold for more than 2 seconds to
bookmark the current screen. Press and hold
for less than two seconds to display the
bookmarked screen.
The selected channel is saved with the
bookmark. Same as above.
Closes the popup screen.
Turns the channel assigned to PARAMETER 2
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FUNCTION
PARAMETER1
Play/Pause
Stop
Next
Recorder
Transport
Previous
Rec
Auto Rec
Rec & Start
Inc
Dec
Store
SCENE
Recall
Inc Recall
Dec Recall
Direct Recall/
Store
A00–99,
B00–99
Features that can be assigned to [USER DEFINIED KNOBS]
Description
PARAMETER2
Same as the Play/Pause button on the
RECORDER screen.
Same as the Stop button on the RECORDER
screen.
Same as the Next button on the RECORDER
screen.
Same as the Previous button on the
RECORDER screen.
Same as the Rec button on the RECORDER
screen.
Recording stops and the file is saved, and then
recording resumes immediately as a new file.
Recording starts immediately without entering
record-ready mode.
Selects the next numbered Scene.
Selects the previous numbered Scene.
Assigns the current settings to selected Scene
number.
Recalls the selected numbered Scene.
Recalls the next numbered Scene.
Recalls the previous numbered Scene.
Recalls the Scene number assigned to
PARAMETER 2. Press and hold for more than
two seconds to assign the current settings to
that Scene number.
Features
No Assign
Description
No feature is assigned
CH Name
Adjusts the brightness of the CH NAME. (TF5/TF3/TF1 only)
CH Color
Adjusts the brightness of the CH COLOR indicator. (TF5/TF3/TF1 only)
Screen
Adjusts the brightness of the touchscreen.
Panel
Adjusts the brightness of the panel LEDs.
CH Level
Specific CH
Adjusts the level of the channel assigned to PARAMETER 2. (V3.0 and
later)
CH Select
Inc/Dec
Selects the channel. (V3.0 and later)
Brightness
Monitor Level
Selected CH
3 Knobs button
Allows you to assign features to the [USER DEFINED KNOBS].
Adjusts monitor level.
Automixer Weight
AUTOMIXER Weight operations for the selected channel (V3.5 and
later)
CH Level
Adjusts the level of the selected channel. (V3.0 and later)
Comp 1-knob/Thr
Adjusts 1-knob or threshold for the selected channel's COMP.
When 1-knob COMP is turned on, adjusts 1-knob; when 1-knob COMP
is turned off, adjusts threshold.
Digital Gain
Adjusts the DIGITAL GAIN of the selected channel. (V3.0 and later)
EQ 1-knob/Gain
Adjusts 1-knob or gain for the selected channel's EQ.
When 1-knob EQ is turned on, adjusts 1-knob; when 1-knob EQ is
turned off, adjusts gain.
EQ Band Select
Selects the band for the selected channel. (V3.0 and later)
EQ Frequency
Adjusts EQ frequency for the selected channel.
EQ Q
Adjusts EQ Q for the selected channel.
Gate Threshold
Adjusts gate threshold for the selected channel.
HPF
Adjusts HPF for the selected channel.
Turn the knob to adjust the frequency.
Input Gain
Adjusts analog gain or digital gain for the selected channel.
When the channel's input is an analog source, adjusts analog gain.
When the channel's input is a digital source (i.e., USB, iPad, or STIN),
adjusts digital gain.
Send Level
Adjusts the send level to the bus selected for PARAMETER2 (FX, AUX,
SUB) for the selected channel. (V3.0 and later)
Pan/BAL
Adjusts pan or balance for the selected channel.
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Adjusts RTA Offset. (V3.6 and later)
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4 Knob setup buttons
Touch the desired button to display the screen that allows you to assign features to the
corresponding [USER DEFINED KNOBS].
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5 Foot Switch button
FUNCTION
Allows you to assign features to the footswitch.
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PARAMETER2
Clear CUE
CUE
Specific CH
CH 1–40,
ST IN 1, ST IN 2,
FX 1, FX 2,
Turns the cue on and off for the channel
DCA 1–8,
AUX 1–8,
assigned to PARAMETER 2.
AUX 9/10–19/20,
STEREO, SUB,
MATRIX1–4 (V2.5 and later)
Effect
Bypass
FX 1, FX 2,
INS FX 1–6
Bypasses the effect assigned to PARAMETER 2.
EQ
Band Select
HPF, LPF, Low, Low-Mid,
High-Mid, High
Selects the band assigned to PARAMETER 2.
(V3.0 and later)
Help
Meter
Displays help information.
Peak Hold ON
Turns the peak hold on and off.
Output
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6 Foot Switch setup button
Displays the features that can be assigned to the footswitch.
Mute Master
PARAMETER1
PARAMETER2
No Assign
CH ON
Oscillator
Description
MUTE 1 (INPUT),
MUTE 2 (FX),
MUTE GROUP 3–
MUTE GROUP 6
Specific CH
No feature is assigned
Bypass
Group a, Group b
Bypasses the group assigned to PARAMETER
2.
Specific CH
CH 1–8
Turns the Automixer on and off for the
channel assigned to PARAMETER 2.
Automixer
Brightness
Source Select
Bank Change
Specific CH
Inc
Dec
CH Select
Specific CH
Turns the monitor out on and off.
STEREO, SUB,
ST IN 1, ST IN 2,
STIN (TF-RACK),
USB 33/34,
Playback
Turns the oscillator on and off.
AUX 1–20,
STEREO L, STEREO R,
SUB
Press and hold for more than 2 seconds to
bookmark the current screen. Press and hold
for less than two seconds to display the
bookmarked screen.
Bookmark with
“SEL”
The selected channel is saved with the
bookmark. Same as above.
Close Popup
Closes the popup screen.
CH 1–40,
ST IN 1, ST IN 2,
FX 1, FX 2,
Turns the channel assigned to PARAMETER 2
DCA 1–8,
AUX 1–8,
on and off.
AUX 9/10–19/20,
STEREO, SUB,
MATRIX1–4 (V2.5 and later)
Select channels in order of the direction
selected for PARAMETER 1.
Recorder
CH 1–40,
ST IN 1L–ST IN 2R,
FX1L–FX2R,
Selects the channel assigned to
AUX 1–8,
AUX 9–20,
PARAMETER 2.
STEREO L, STEREO R,
SUB,
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Turns the oscillator sent to the channel
assigned to PARAMETER 2 on and off.
Bookmark
Page Change
Switches the brightness setting bank. This
feature is supported from V1.1.
Selects the monitor source assigned to
PARAMETER 2.
Turns the mute on and off for the channel or
the MUTE GROUP assigned to PARAMETER 1.
Oscillator On
Features that can be assigned to the footswitch
FUNCTION
Description
Clears all cue selections.
Same as the CLEAR CUE key on the top panel.
Transport
Play/Pause
Same as the Play/Pause button on the
RECORDER screen.
Stop
Same as the Stop button on the RECORDER
screen.
Next
Same as the Next button on the RECORDER
screen.
Previous
Same as the Previous button on the
RECORDER screen.
Rec
Same as the Rec button on the RECORDER
screen.
Auto Rec
Recording stops and the file is saved, and
then recording resumes immediately as a new
file.
Rec & Start
Recording starts immediately without
entering record-ready mode.
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FUNCTION
SCENE
PARAMETER1
Description
Assigning a feature to a [USER DEFINED KEY]
Selects the next numbered Scene.
Dec
Selects the previous numbered Scene.
Store
Assigns the current settings to selected Scene
number.
The screen where you can select the
desired [USER DEFINED KEY] is displayed.
Recall
Recalls the selected numbered Scene.
Inc Recall
Recalls the next numbered Scene.
Buttons A–F correspond to [USER
DEFINED KEYS] A–F.
Dec Recall
Recalls the previous numbered Scene.
Direct Recall/
Store
TAP TEMPO
PARAMETER2
Inc
A00–99,
B00–99
1. Touch the Keys button.
Recalls the Scene number assigned to
PARAMETER 2. Press and hold for more than
two seconds to assign the current settings to
that Scene number.
2. Touch the Key button that corresponds to the [USER DEFINED KEY] that you want
to configure.
The configuration screen is displayed.
Same as the TAP key on the top panel.
Feature assignment screen
When you select a Function, the items available for Parameter 1 are displayed. Likewise,
when you select an item for Parameter 1, the items available for Parameter 2 are
displayed. Some Functions may not have items available for Parameter 1; some
Parameter 1 items may not have items available for Parameter 2.
3. Scroll through the Function list and select the desired feature.
4. Scroll through the Parameter 1 list and select the desired item.
If items are available in the Parameter 2 list, select the desired item.
5. Touch the OK button.
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Assigning a feature to a [USER DEFINED KNOB]
Assigning a feature to the footswitch
1. Touch the Knobs button.
1. Touch the Foot Switch button.
2. Touch the Foot Switch setup button.
The screen where you can select the
desired [USER DEFINED KNOB] is
displayed.
The configuration screen is displayed.
Buttons A–D correspond to [USER DEFINED KNOBS] A–D.
2. Touch the Knob button that corresponds to the [USER DEFINED KNOB] that you
want to configure.
The configuration screen is displayed.
3. Scroll through the Function list and select the desired feature.
3. Scroll through the Function list and select the desired feature.
4. Scroll through the Parameter 1 list and select the desired item.
If items are available in the Parameter 2 list, select the desired item.
5. Touch the OK button.
4. Scroll through the Parameter 1 list and select the desired item.
If items are available in the Parameter 2 list, select the desired item.
5. Touch the OK button.
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CUSTOM FADER BANK screen
Configuring the custom fader bank
The custom fader bank allows you to choose different channels, regardless of type (input
channels, AUX buses, MATRIX (V2.5 and later), DCA groups, etc.), and group them into a
bank of faders.
1. Touch a fader button to select the fader that you want to configure.
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assign to the fader you selected in step 1.
3. Repeats steps 1–2 and configure other faders as desired.
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Allow you to select which fader will be configured.
CUSTOM FADER BANK screen menu
Touch the Menu key (
items.
) from the CUSTOM FADER BANK screen to display the following
2 Channel buttons
1 Clear All
Determines which channel will be assigned to the fader you selected for 1.
If you select None, nothing will be assigning to the corresponding fader.
Clears all assignments for each fader bank (all will
be set to None).
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1. Press the [INPUT2] and [OUTPUT] keys on the top panel at the same time.
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3 AUX1/2–AUX7/8 Pan Link buttons
BUS SETUP screen
Turns pan link on and off for AUX1/2–AUX7/8.
These buttons are only displayed if the Signal Type of the corresponding bus is set to
Stereo. When these buttons are turned on, the pan setting of signals sent from input
channels to the corresponding two buses will link with the Stereo bus pan setting.
Allows you to configure bus settings. You can change basic settings such as stereo/mono, Pan
Link, etc. These settings are included when saving a Scene.
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Turns pan link on and off for AUX9/10–AUX19/20.
5 STEREO/SUB Level Link
When turned on, the levels of the STEREO channel and the SUB channel are linked.
For V3.0 and later, when turned on, the gain for both channels can be adjusted together
but the difference in gain between the two channels is maintained.
Additionally, for TF5/TF3/TF1, you can adjust the difference in gain between the two
channels by adjusting the faders while pressing the [SEL] key on the panel.
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MATRIX1/2–MATRIX3/4 signal type selection button (V3.5 and later)
Determines how each pair of buses is processed. You can set each pair to be either
Stereo (an odd and even numbered bus are paired and main parameters are shared
between the two) or MONO x2 (two independent mono channels).
2 Pre Fader Send Point selection button
Selects the send point when Pre is on, for the send from the input channel to the AUX
bus.
Pre EQ: directly before EQ
Pre Fader: directly before fader
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OMNI OUT screen
SLOT SETUP screen (V2.0 and later)
Allows you to configure the output channels that are sent to the OMNI OUT jacks.
Displays settings and information related to the IO Rack Tio1608-D, DZR-D series powered
speaker system, DXS-XLF-D series powered subwoofer system that are connected to the
console via the NY64-D that is installed in the expansion slot.
The information that is displayed varies depending on the connection status of the each
device and the Quick Config settings.
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NOTE
Quick Config automatically configures essential settings, making it easy to connect the Tio1608-D, DZRD series, and DXS-XLF-D series. Quick Config automatically configures the Dante network settings and
audio signal patching for connections between one TF series console and up to a total of 24 Tio1608-D
interfaces (max. of 3), DZR-D series speakers and DXS-XLF-D series speakers.
For information about Tio1608-D, DZR-D series, and DXS-XLF-D series settings, refer to the
documentation for the each device.
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The name of the channel currently assigned to each OMNI OUT jack is also displayed in
the buttons.
2 Output channel buttons
Determines which output channel or monitor output will be assigned to the OMNI OUT
jack you selected for 1. If you select None, nothing will be output to the corresponding
OMNI OUT jack.
OMNI OUT screen menu
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1 Clear All
Clears all assignments for each OMNI OUT jack (all
will be set to None).
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Displays the status of the expansion slot.
If no NY card is installed, "No Card" is displayed.
If an NY64-D is installed and Dante Device Lock has been enabled, a lock icon is
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If the NY64-D is operating in Dante AES67 mode, "AES67" is displayed above and to the
right of the SLOT display area.
AES67 MODE Displays the operating status of AES67 mode
Disabled
Not operating in AES67 mode.
Enable
Operating in AES67 mode.
Device Lock Displays whether Dante Device Lock is enabled
NOTE
Unlocked
Dante Device Lock is disabled.
Locked
Dante Device Lock is enabled.
Dante Controller (v3.10.0.19 and later) is required in order for the NY64-D to operating in AES67 mode.
2 Device selection button (DZR button is V3.6 and later)
When the NY64-D is installed and
is pressed, the screen shown below will be
displayed to configure the settings for the NY64-D Dante Domain Manager, AES67
Mode and Device Lock (available from V3.6).
Switches between devices to show their information.
When displaying the Tio1608-D, use the Tio #1, Tio #2 and Tio #3 buttons to select the
Tio1608-D unit ID.
When displaying the DZR-D series and DXS-XLF-D series, select the DZR button.
When the connected Tio1608-D is operating in Dante AES67 mode, "AES67" will be
displayed to the upper right of the device selection buttons.
When an error occurs on a device, the error details will appear below the device
selection button.
If Dante Device Lock has been enabled for the device, a lock icon is displayed on the
Device selection button. (V3.1 and later)
NOTE
Dante Domain Manager
STATE: Displays the enrollment status of the Dante domain
Domain
Enrolled to the Dante domain.
Disconnected
Enrolled to the Dante domain, but not connected to the DDM server.
Unmanaged
Not enrolled to the Dante domain, but connected to the DDM server.
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Not enrolled to the Dante domain or connected to the DDM server.
• Dante Device Lock is a feature that prevents unintended operation. Dante Controller (v3.10.0.19 and
later) is required to use Dante Device Lock.
• Dante Controller (v3.10.0.19 and later) is required in order for the Tio1608-D to operate in AES67
mode.
3 Quick Config button
LOCAL: Displays whether the Dante settings for the current device in operation
(including patches) can be modified
Read Write
Can be modified.
Read Only
Cannot be modified.
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REMOTE:Displays whether the Dante settings for the targeted remote device can be modified
Operator
Can be written.
Guest
Can only be read. Cannot be modified.
None
Cannot be written.
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Turns the console's Quick Config feature on and off.
Displayed in gray when turned off, and white when turned on.
Displayed in orange if the Dante settings set by Dante Controller differ from the Quick
Config settings.
For information about Tio1608-D channel support when using Quick Config, see "Quick
Config Input and input channel relationships" (page 106).
The channels for the DZR-D series and DXS-XLF-D series that are patched when Quick
Config is used can be specified by selecting "Quick Config" in "UTILITY > DANTE SETUP
> MODE" on the DZR/DXS, and then PATCH.
If enrolled in the Dante domain, the Quick Config function is turned off.
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Information about the Tio1608-D
NOTE
• You can use Dante Controller to change Dante patches even when the Quick Config feature is
enabled. However, Quick Config patching will be applied when you restart the console.
If you want to use Dante Controller to change these settings, disable the Quick Config feature.
• If devices that are configured by Quick Config are also locked by Dante Device Lock, a message is
displayed and the Quick Config may not be implemented. (V3.1 and later)
• Up to 24 I/O racks (such as the Tio1608-D and R series), powered speaker systems (DZR-D series),
and powered subwoofer systems (DXS-XLF-D series) can be connected within the same Dante
network. If more racks are connected, a message is displayed and the HA control may not operate
properly.
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Determines whether the device OUTPUT ports are connected to the console when the
console is turned on and Quick Config is enabled.
When the checkbox is turned on and if Quick Config is enabled, the device and the
console are patched automatically.
This checkbox can be turned on and off when the Quick Config button is turned off.
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• When Quick Config is enabled, only one TF series console that can use the OUTPUT ports of the
devices to connect can be on the same network. For DZR-D series and DXS-XLF-D series, it will
switch to the patch with the TF series that is last connected, so use the one TF series that turn on the
with OUTPUT checkbox in the network. Also, if one or more other Tio1608-D on the network have
OUTPUT ports used by another TF series console, the "with OUTPUT" check box turns off
automatically and a pop-up screen is displayed.
• When the with OUTPUT checkbox is turned off and you are using Dante Controller for patching, refer
to "Quick Config Input and input channel relationships" (page 106) for information about output port
assignments for channels.
6 SYSTEM and SYNC indicators
5 HA Control button
8 +48V Master status indicator
Determines whether the head amp of the Tio1608-D, R series and so on is controlled by
the TF series.
Turning this button ON and OFF has no effect on the DZR-D series and the DXS-XLF-D
series.
Displayed in gray when turned off, and white when turned on.
When turned off, analog gain and +48V phantom power is disabled for input channels
set to SLOT, and the current setting is displayed.
Display the same information as the [SYSTEM] and [SYNC] indicators on the Tio1608-D.
7 Quick Config status indicator
Indicates the status of the Tio1608-D's [QUICK CONFIG] switch.
Displayed in gray when turned off, and white when turned on.
Displayed in orange if the Dante settings set by Dante Controller differ from the Quick
Config settings.
Indicates the status of the Tio1608-D's +48V Master switch.
Displayed in gray when turned off, and red when turned on.
9 Version information
Displays the version of the Tio1608-D firmware, as well as the Dante firmware contained
in the Tio1608-D.
0 Identify button
Helps you identify the connected Tio1608-D. While this button is being touched, the
LED on the corresponding Tio1608-D flashes.
NOTE
• When there are multiple host devices on the same network that can control the head amp, repeated
operations could result, therefore we recommend having only one host device control the head amp.
• Even when Quick Config is turned off, you can use Dante Controller to patch into the corresponding
SLOT input channel (refer to "Quick Config Input and input channel relationships" (page 106)) and
control the head amp for up to 8 I/O racks.
NOTE
If the audio signals of the Tio1608-D that corresponds to the UNIT ID button are patched, the Identify
button and various information about the Tio1608-D (error details, status, and version) are displayed,
regardless of the Quick Config button status.
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A Channel display area
Device information
Icons indicating the DZR-D series and DXS-XLF-D series, as well as the unit ID, product
name and Dante device name are shown.
Alert icon
This icon is displayed when an error occurs on the DZR-D series and DXS-XLF-D series.
The following information is displayed when the console's Quick Config button is turned
on and a Tio1608-D with the [QUICK CONFIG] switch turned on is connected.
• CH Name
• CH Color
• +48V setting for each channel (the indicator below and to the left of the channel icon
lights in red when turned on)
LIMIT indicator
This indicator lights when the limiter on the DZR-D series and DXS-XLF-D series is active.
SIGNAL indicator
This indicator lights in response to the output level of the DZR-D series and DXS-XLF-D
series.
Version display (switch using
button)
Displays the version of the DZR-D and DXS-XLF-D series firmware, as well as the Dante
firmware contained in the DZR-D series and the DXS-XLF-D series.
Information about the DZR-D series and DXS-XLF-D series
Identify button
Helps you identify the DZR-D Series and DXS-XLF-D series that is connected. While you
hold down this button, the backlight on the corresponding DZR-D series and DXS-XLFD series flashes.
NOTE
The Identify button displays when Quick Config is enabled.
C Output information
Displays information for the TF output channels that are outputted to the DZR-D series
and DXS-XLF-D series.
Touch the "Output" list item name to sort by TF output channel (in order of AUX 
MTRX  ST  SUB  MONITOR).
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Switches the mute function ON/OFF for the DZR-D series and DXS-XLF-D series systems.
If the connected DZR version is V1.1.1 or earlier, then Mute buttons are not displayed.
NOTE
The information below (B C) is not displayed when Quick Config or "with OUTPUT" is disabled.
B Device information
Touch "Device " on the list item name to sort the device information.
Touch the Version button to switch between the LIMIT/SIGNAL indicator and the
version information.
Padlock icon
This icon is displayed when Dante Device Lock on the DZR-D series and DXS-XLF-D
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RECALL SAFE screen
Using Recall safe function
1. Touch a channel selection button to select the channels or DCA groups that you
want to configure for recall safe.
Allows you to configure which items are recalled and which items are not (i.e., recall safe)
when recalling Scenes and Presets.
"Recall safe" allows you to select certain parameters, channels, DCA groups, etc. whose
settings will not be replaced when recalling a Preset or Scene.
2. Touch the recall safe on/off buttons
according to the items you want to make
recall safe.
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Recall safe on/off buttons
3. Touch the SAFE buttons for each channel
to enable or disable the settings you
made above.
4. Touch the [X] button to close the screen,
and proceed to recall the desired Preset
or Scene.
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Allows you to select which types of channels will be configured.
When you select a channel type, the different parameters that can be configured as
recall safe are displayed.
SAFE buttons
2 Parameter names
Touch the M button to turn SAFE parameters on and off for all channels of the same type.
The M button turns green when all SAFE parameters are turned on. If turned off for a parameter
on all channels, it is displayed in gray. Finally, if recall safe is turned on for a parameter
but not for all channels, the M button under the parameter name is displayed in blue.
3 Recall safe on/off buttons
Turns recall safe on and off for the corresponding parameter. When turned on, the
corresponding parameter is recall safe, i.e., its setting will not be changed when a Preset
or Scene is recalled.
For OMNI OUT assignments, recall safe can be turned on and off for OMNI OUT PATCH
only.
4 Channel information
Displays the channel ID, name, and icon.
Touch the SAFE button to turn safe recall on and off for the corresponding channel.
When turned on, parameters whose recall safe on/off buttons are in the "on" position
will not be recalled.
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MUTE GROUP ASSIGN Screen (V4.0 and later)
Assigning channels to mute groups
Allows you to configure the mute group and mute safe for each input channel.
INPUT (MUTE GROUP1) and FX (MUTE GROUP2) are preassigned for the mute groups.
Input channels or FX1/FX2 can be assigned for the other mute groups (MUTE GROUP3
through MUTE GROUP6).
Use the mute safes to exclude a channel from the mute group operations. ST IN1 and ST IN2
are assigned as default settings.
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buttons for the mute group
name to display the mute group to be created.
2. Touch the Mute Group Master button to switch
it on.
3. Touch to select the channels to assign to the
mute group.
4. If necessary, name the mute group by touching the pencil icon for the mute group
name.
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1 Mute group name
Touch the pencil icon at the top right to display the edit screen.
Touch
to switch between information for different mute groups.
5. To specify mute safe channels, touch the mute group name
display Mute Safe.
2 Mute Group Master button
buttons to
Switches the currently displayed mute group on and off. When this is off, the relevant
mute group will be disabled.
3 MUTE GROUP ASSIGN buttons
Use these buttons to select the input channels that will be assigned to the currently
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6. Touch to select channels to assign as mute safe channels.
BRIGHTNESS screen
Allows you to adjust the brightness of the touchscreen, as well as the LEDs, name display,
and channel colors on the top panel. You can save brightness settings into BANK A and BANK
B, allowing you to recall the desired brightness settings to suit your work conditions.
7. When finished, touch the
TF5/TF3/TF1
button at the top right of the screen.
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Press the Menu key (
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1 Clear All
Unassigns all channels assigned to the mute
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Allow you to switch between BANK A and BANK B.
BANK A: Selects BANK A brightness settings.
BANK B: Selects BANK B brightness settings.
For V1.1 and later, you can switch between the banks using [USER DEFINED KEYS] or a
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2 Power Saving Mode button
1 IP address provisioning method button
Allows you to set the amount of time that passes before console switches to power saving mode.
You can choose 30 seconds, 2 minutes, 5 minutes, 10 minutes, 15 minutes, or never.
Select the setting that matches how the console will configure its IP address.
DHCP: The console receives its IP address automatically.
Static IP: The console's IP address is set manually.
3 Screen brightness slider
2 IP Address
Adjusts the brightness of the touchscreen.
Determines the unique address that identifies the console on the network.
4 Panel brightness slider
Adjusts the brightness of the LEDs on the top panel.
1–10: In low lighting conditions, an auxiliary light lights, which makes the key top easier
to read.
11–20: In bright lighting conditions, an auxiliary light does not light, which helps
emphasize contrast.
5 CH Name brightness slider (TF5/TF3/TF1)
3 Subnet Mask
Defines how many bits are used for network addresses on the connected network.
4 Gateway
The address of the network device (gateway) that facilitates communication between
different devices on the network.
5 Unit Name
Adjusts the brightness of the channel names displayed on the top panel.
Allows you to specify a name that can be used to identify the console on the network.
6 CH Color brightness slider (TF5/TF3/TF1)
6 PIN for MonitorMix (V1.1 and later)
Adjusts the brightness of the channel colors on the top panel.
This is a 4-digit password that is required when accessing the console using the
MonitorMix app.
MonitorMix is an application that allows performers to adjust the levels of the monitor
mix directly from the stage.
NETWORK screen
Allows you to configure the console's network address, which is needed when you connect a
computer to the NETWORK connector.
Configure these settings according to the connected computer or network.
7 Refresh button (V3.6 and later)
The method of acquiring IP addresses will be shown for DHCP.
Press this button to reacquire an address from the DHCP server.
NOTE
When connecting the console to a LAN, refer to the TF Editor Installation Guide.
NOTE
When the DHCP button is selected, items 2–4 are not needed.
2–4 are only needed when you select the Static IP button. Configure these parameters as needed.
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TIME screen
LOG screen
Allows you to set the console's internal clock and change the date and time format. The date
and time set here are used as a timestamp when saving Scenes.
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can be viewed later on this screen.
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Determines the console's date setting.
2 Date format setting
Allows you to select the date format.
The following formats are available.
MM/DD/YYYY
DD/MM/YYYY
YYYY/MM/DD
3 Region
Allows you to change the region.
1 Time Stamp field
Displays the date and time of each message.
You can touch the header to sort messages by date and time.
2 Message field
Displays messages.
You can touch the header to sort messages alphabetically by message.
3 Save button
Allows you to save the log to a USB storage device.
This button is not available when no USB storage device is connected.
4 DST (+1:00)
Enables daylight saving time.
When turned on, the current time advances by one hour.
5 Time format setting
Allows you to select the time format.
24-Hour
12-Hour (uses AM and PM)
6 Time setting
Determines the console's time setting.
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HELP screen
ABOUT screen
Displays information about console operations. If "Show Help at Startup" is turned on in the
PREFERENCE screen, the HELP screen is displayed automatically after the console starts
up.
You can swipe left and right to view different pages.
Displays system software version information and license information.
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Displays the console's system software version number.
(V2.0 and later) Displays the Dante version of the connected NY64-D, if installed.
2 License button
Displays system software license information.
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LOGIN screen (V3.0 and later)
NOTE
• There is no password saved for the administrator in the factory default settings. (All users have
full access.)
In order to set permissions for other users, you must first set a password for the administrator.
• If a user with a password assigned is logged in to the console when the console is turned off, the
console will prompt the user to enter that password when the console is turned on the next time.
If another user wants to log in, press the cancel button when prompted to enter the password, and
then select the desired user in the LOGIN screen.
Allows you to assign permissions for accessing the TF series console.
By limiting which parameters can be operated by different users, you can prevent improper
operation and specify what guest engineers can and cannot do when operating the console.
2 Console lock icon
Prompts you to enter the password for the current user.
If the correct password is entered, the CONSOLE LOCK screen is displayed. (page 46)
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Displays the USER ACCOUNT screen.
USER ACCOUNT screen (V3.0 or later)
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1 User icons
Display the icon, name, and comments for each user.
When you touch an item, the console prompts you to enter the password for the
corresponding user.
If there is no password assigned to a user, you can log in by simply touching the user's icon.
Administrator
Can use all features. Only one administrator can be configured for the console.
The administrator is the only user that can set the access permissions of other users.
If another user has locked the console, the administrator can release the console lock.
The only setting that must be set for the administrator is the password.
Guest
Can use features according to the access permissions set by the administrator. Only one
guest can be configured for the console.
Access permissions and comments can be assigned to the guest.
User
Can use features according to the access permissions set by the administrator. Three
users can be configured for the console.
A user name, password, access permissions, and comments can be assigned to each user.
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Allows you to select which user's settings you will configure.
Information about the selected user is displayed on the right side of the screen.
2 User Name text box
Displays the keyboard screen so that you can edit the user name.
You cannot edit the user name of the administrator and guest accounts.
3 Password Edit button
Displays the keyboard screen so that you can edit the password.
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2 Parameter names
When setting a password for the first time, enter the desired password in the New
Password text box, and then enter the password again in the Verify text box. When
changing a password, enter the current password in the Old Password text box, and
then set the new password.
Touch the  button to allow/restrict access to the parameters for all channels of the same type.
The  button turns green when access is allowed for all channels. If access is allowed
for only some channels, it is displayed in blue, and if access is restricted for all channels,
it is displayed in gray.
3 Access permission on/off buttons
Allow (on) and restrict (off) access to the corresponding parameters.
The selected user can only use the parameters that are allowed here.
For details about each parameter, refer to the parameter list. (page 98)
4 Comment text box
4 Channel information
Displays the keyboard screen so that you can enter a comment.
Displays the channel ID, name, and icon.
Touch the  button to allow/restrict access to the parameters for the corresponding channel.
The  button turns green when access is allowed for all parameters. If access is allowed
for only some parameters, it is displayed in blue, and if access is restricted for all
parameters, it is displayed in gray.
5 Access Permission Edit button
Displays the ACCESS PERMISSION screen.
When logged in as the administrator, you can set the access permissions of the selected
user for each parameter.
ACCESS PERMISSION screen menu
ACCESS PERMISSION screen (V3.0 and later)
Press the Menu key (
Allows you to select which parameters can be used and not used by each user.
This screen is only displayed when logged in as the administrator.
) from the ACCESS PERMISSION screen to display the following options.
1 Copy
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2 Paste
Pastes the ACCESS PERMISSION settings in the
clipboard to the selected user.
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4 Mid Level
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Allows you to select a channel to assign access permission to.
According to which button you have selected, the different parameters that can be
assigned access permissions are displayed.
You can set access permissions for operations that are not associated with channels, such
as the SETUP screen or the SCENE screen, by touching the GENERAL button.
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5 Low Level
Applies ACCESS PERMISSION settings to the
selected user based on their proficiency.
High Level: For advanced users. Only network and
clock settings are restricted. All other
parameters are allowed.
Mid Level: For moderately proficient users.
System settings are restricted. All other
parameters, such as channel
operations, are allowed.
Low Level: For beginners. Most parameters are
restricted. Channel on/off and fader
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Applying access permissions
CONSOLE LOCK screen
1. From the LOGIN screen, log in as the administrator.
2. From the LOGIN screen, touch the User Account icon to display the USER ACCOUNT
screen.
3. Select the desired user, then set the user name, password, and comments.
4. Touch the Access Permission Edit button to display the ACCESS PERMISSION screen.
5. Restrict (turn off) the parameters that you do not want the user to access.
6. To confirm whether the access permissions were set as desired, return to the LOGIN
screen and log in as the user you set access permissions for.
7. Operate a parameter that you restricted. "Permission Denied!" is displayed if the
parameter is restricted.
You can lock the console to prevent it from being operated accidentally.
While the CONSOLE LOCK screen is displayed, controls are disabled and the console cannot
be operated.
To unlock the console, touch and hold the CONSOLE LOCK screen. If you are prompted to
enter a password, enter the password of the current user or the administrator.
Resetting user settings
If the console is reset, all user passwords are deleted and all restrictions are released.
(page 93)
Loading user settings to other TF series consoles
1. From the SAVE/LOAD screen, save the console's internal settings.
2. Log in as the administrator using the console to which you want load the user
settings.
3. From the SAVE/LOAD screen, select the settings file you saved in step 1 and touch
the Load button.
4. From the LOAD SELECT screen, select user accounts on the CUSTOM tab and touch
the Load button.
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OVERVIEW screen
3 Displays the GATE screen. (page 63)
4 Displays the COMP screen. (page 65)
5 Displays the FX1 screen. (page 67)
6 Displays the FX2 screen. (page 67)
7 Displays the SEND TO AUX screen. (page 73)
8 Displays the ASSIGN screen. (page 74)
9 Displays the AUTOMIXER screen (V3.5 and later). (page 74)
0 Displays the CH VIEW screen. (page 76)
Displays information about the channel strips.
You can display the OVERVIEW screen by pressing the Home key (
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For the TF5/TF3/TF1, the CH STRIP section is displayed as the home screen; for the
TF-RACK, the FADER section is displayed. Additionally, for the TF-RACK, you can switch
between the CH STRIP section and FADER section by pressing the Home key.
NOTE
For the TF5/TF3/TF1, the FADER section is displayed on the OVERVIEW screen when
SETUPPREFERENCEKey Function[HOME] key is set to "Fader". Each touch of the [Home] key
successively displays the next selected section.
Stereo channels
CH STRIP section
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1 Displays the INPUT screen. (page 57)
2 Displays the EQ screen. (page 59)
3 Displays the DELAY screen. (page 92)
4 Displays the FX1/FX2 screen. (page 67)
5 Displays the SEND TO AUX screen. (page 73)
6 Displays the ASSIGN screen. (page 74)
7 Displays the CH VIEW screen. (page 76)
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2 Displays the EQ screen. (page 59)
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OVERVIEW screen
8 Displays the GEQ screen. (page 85)
9 Displays the COMP screen. (page 65)
0 Displays the OUTPUT screen. (page 87)
A Displays the SEND FROM screen (page 88) (V3.0 and later)
AUX9/10–19/20 channels, SUB channel
AUX1–AUX8 channels
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2 Displays the EQ screen. (page 59)
3 Displays the COMP screen. (page 65)
4 Displays the FX screen. (page 67)
5 Displays the OUTPUT screen. (page 87)
6 Displays the CH VIEW screen. (page 76)
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2 Displays the EQ screen. (page 59)
3 Displays the GEQ screen. (page 85)
4 Displays the COMP screen. (page 65)
5 Displays the OUTPUT screen. (page 87)
6 Displays the CH VIEW screen. (page 76)
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2 Displays the EQ screen. (page 59)
3 Displays the DELAY screen. (page 92)
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4 Displays the OUTPUT screen. (page 87)
5 Displays the CH VIEW screen. (page 76)
FADER section
NOTE
• MATRIX channels 1–4 are in the OUTPUT FADER BANK. To use the faders on the top panel to control
these channels, press the [OUTPUT] key in the FADER BANK section, and then display the OUTPUT
BANK in the channel strip.
• For TF1, MATRIX channels 1–4 are not controlled by the faders, and are displayed only. Scroll the
displayed area to the right. To control these channels using the faders, register them to the CUSTOM
FADER BANK.
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Turns the channel on and off.
2 Fader
Adjusts the channel’s fader level.
3 CUE button
Turns the cue on and off for the assigned channel.
4 Displays the CH VIEW screen. (page 76)
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2 Displays the CH VIEW screen. (page 76)
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9 Displays the LIBRARY screen. (page 8)
0 Controls the channel EQ.
SELECTED CHANNEL section (V4.0 and later)
NOTE
The
In the EQ, GEQ, GATE and COMP of the SELECTED CHANNEL section, operations can be performed
either by dragging or by touching the given parameter to highlight it and then operating the [TOUCH AND
TURN] knob.
Select the 1-knob EQ mode type and switch between filter types on the EQ screen.
button switches between 1-knob and manual modes.
Touch the
icon to display the EQ screen. (page 59)
A Configures the GATE for the channel.
Touch the
CH1–CH32
icon to display the GATE screen. (page 63)
B Configures the COMP for the channel.
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2 Displays the FX2 screen. (page 67)
3 Displays the SEND TO AUX screen. (page 73)
4 Displays the ASSIGN screen. (page 74)
5 Displays the CH VIEW screen. (page 76)
6 Displays the HA status.
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TURN] knob.
Touch when highlighted to display the INPUT screen. (page 57)
Two HAs are displayed on channels for which the stereo link is configured.
1 Displays the FX1 screen. (page 67)
2 Displays the FX2 screen. (page 67)
3 Displays the SEND TO AUX screen. (page 73)
4 Displays the ASSIGN screen. (page 74)
5 Displays the CH VIEW screen. (page 76)
6 Displays the HA status.
You can adjust the gain by touching to highlight it, and then turning the [TOUCH AND
TURN] knob.
Touch when highlighted to display the INPUT screen. (page 57)
7 Displays the input port.
8 Displays the LIBRARY screen (page 8).
7 Displays the ON/OFF status for the input port and DIRECT OUT.
8 Displays the AUTOMIXER screen. (page 74)
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9 Controls the channel EQ.
The
FX1L–2R
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Touch the
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2 Displays the FX screen. (page 67)
3 Displays the SEND TO AUX screen. (page 73)
4 Displays the ASSIGN screen. (page 74)
5 Displays the CH VIEW screen. (page 76)
6 Displays the LIBRARY screen. (page 8)
7 Controls the channel EQ.
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1 Displays the FX1 screen. (page 67)
2 Displays the FX2 screen. (page 67)
3 Displays the SEND TO AUX screen. (page 73)
4 Displays the ASSIGN screen. (page 74)
5 Displays the CH VIEW screen. (page 76)
6 Displays the HA status.
The
button switches between 1-knob and manual modes.
Select the 1-knob EQ mode type and switch between filter types on the EQ screen.
Touch the
icon to display the EQ screen. (page 59)
You can adjust the gain by touching to highlight it, and then turning the [TOUCH AND
TURN] knob.
Touch when highlighted to display the INPUT screen. (page 57)
7 Displays the input port.
8 Displays the DELAY screen. (page 92)
9 Displays the LIBRARY screen. (page 8)
0 Controls the channel EQ.
The
button switches between 1-knob and manual modes.
Select the 1-knob EQ mode type and switch between filter types on the EQ screen.
Touch the
icon to display the EQ screen. (page 59)
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ST L/R
AUX1–AUX8
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1 Displays the OUTPUT screen. (page 87)
2 Displays the CH VIEW screen. (page 76)
3 Displays the LIBRARY screen. (page 8)
4 Controls the channel EQ.
The
1 Displays the SEND FROM screen. (page 88)
2 Displays the OUTPUT screen. (page 87)
3 Displays the CH VIEW screen. (page 76)
4 Displays the LIBRARY screen. (page 8)
5 Controls the channel EQ.
button switches between 1-knob and manual modes.
Select the 1-knob EQ mode type and switch between filter types on the EQ screen.
The
Touch the
Select the 1-knob EQ mode type and switch between filter types on the EQ screen.
icon to display the EQ screen. (page 59)
5 Controls the channel GEQ.
For TF1, TF3, and TF5 models, touch the
button switches between 1-knob and manual modes.
Touch the
icon to switch it on, so that the faders can
icon to display the EQ screen. (page 59)
6 Controls the channel GEQ.
be operated on the top panel.
For TF1, TF3, and TF5 models, touch the
Touch the
be operated on the top panel.
icon to display the GEQ screen. (page 85)
6 Controls the channel COMP.
The
Touch the
icon to display the GEQ screen. (page 85)
7 Controls the channel COMP.
button switches between 1-knob and manual modes.
Touch the
icon to switch it on, so that the faders can
icon to display the COMP screen. (page 65)
The
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2 Displays the FX screen. (page 67)
3 Displays the OUTPUT screen. (page 87)
4 Displays the CH VIEW screen. (page 76)
5 Displays the LIBRARY screen. (page 8)
6 Controls the channel EQ.
1 Displays the SEND FROM screen. (page 88)
2 Displays the OUTPUT screen. (page 87)
3 Displays the CH VIEW screen. (page 76)
4 Displays the LIBRARY screen. (page 8)
5 Controls the channel EQ.
The
The
Touch the
Select the 1-knob EQ mode type and switch between filter types on the EQ screen.
Touch the
The
button switches between 1-knob and manual modes.
Touch the
button switches between 1-knob and manual modes.
Touch the
icon to display the EQ screen. (page 59)
6 Controls the channel COMP.
icon to display the EQ screen. (page 59)
7 Controls the channel COMP.
The
button switches between 1-knob and manual modes.
Select the 1-knob EQ mode type and switch between filter types on the EQ screen.
button switches between 1-knob and manual modes.
icon to display the COMP screen. (page 65)
icon to display the COMP screen. (page 65)
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MATRIX1–MATRIX4
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2 Displays the CH VIEW screen. (page 76)
1 Displays the SEND FROM screen. (page 88)
2 Displays the OUTPUT screen. (page 87)
3 Displays the CH VIEW screen. (page 76)
4 Displays the DELAY screen. (page 92)
5 Displays the LIBRARY screen. (page 8)
6 Controls the channel EQ.
The
button switches between 1-knob and manual modes.
OVERVIEW screen operations
When you touch an item on the screen, a pink box is displayed around the item to highlight it.
When an item is highlighted, you can adjust it using the [TOUCH AND TURN] knob.
If you touch a highlighted item, its configuration screen is displayed.
You can drag or swipe up, down, left, and right to display other areas of the screen.
Select the 1-knob EQ mode type and switch between filter types on the EQ screen.
Touch the
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OVERVIEW screen menu
Press the Menu key (
Copying settings from one channel and applying them to another channel
) from the OVERVIEW screen to display the following items.
1. Select the channel whose settings you want to copy.
1 CH Copy
Copy settings from this channel
Copies the settings of the current channel.
2 CH Paste
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Resets the settings of the current channel to their
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3. Touch the CH Copy icon.
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The settings are copied and the menu closes.
Copies and also sends current channel settings.
CH Copy icon
5 CH Paste with Sends
Pastes settings copied from the selected channel,
including sending. When CH Copy with Sends is
executed, the CH Paste icon changes to CH Paste
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4. Select the channel that you want to apply the settings to.
Settings will be applied to this channel
5. Press the Menu key (
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Displays the menu.
6. Touch the CH Paste icon.
CH Paste icon
The settings from the first channel you selected are applied to the second channel you selected, and
then the menu closes.
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Configuration screens
2 Input selection buttons
INPUT screen
Allows you to select the channel's input source. The available sources depend on the
channel whose settings you are editing.
INPUT: The device connected to the INPUT jack will be used as the input source.
USB: The computer connected to the USB TO HOST connector will be used as the input
source.
SLOT (V2.0 and later): Allows you to select an input from the NY64-D installed in the
expansion slot. Use this button when selecting an input from a
Tio1608-D or stage box connected to the NY64-D and the
Dante network. See page 106 for information about SLOT port
numbers and channels.
Playback: Displayed for ST IN1. Allows you to select a USB storage device that is connected
to the USB connector on the top panel as an input.
Allows you to change the stereo link setting, select an input source, turn phantom power on
and off, turn phasing on and off, and adjust input gain.
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When SLOT is selected, analog gain adjustment and the +48V button cannot be used if the HA Control
button on the SLOT SETUP screen is not turned on. Additionally, for inputs from a device whose head
amp cannot be controlled, the gain slider (7) becomes a digital gain adjustment, and the +48V button
(8) is not displayed.
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when there is no NY64-D installed, no Tio1608-D or stage box connected, no Dante
patching, etc.), this "virtual HA" state is displayed in the HA box area of this screen, the
OVERVIEW screen, and the CH VIEW screen.
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Allows you to select whether two adjacent mono input channels are linked as a stereo
pair, or behave as two separate mono channels. Touch to display the popup menu.
OFF: Stereo link is disabled.
CH1&2: Stereo link is enabled. When stereo link is enabled, the odd numbered channel
is the left side of the stereo pair, and the even numbered one is the right. The
channel numbers displayed in the popup menu depend on the channel whose
settings you are editing.
CH2&3: Stereo link is enabled. When stereo link is enabled, the even numbered channel
is the left side of the stereo pair, and the odd numbered one is the right. The
channel numbers displayed in the popup menu depend on the channel whose
settings you are editing.
3 GainFinder
Displays the input's gain adjusted level. When adjusting the input gain, adjust it so that
the center of the GainFinder lights up. When the input source is set to INPUT, the
GainFinder displays the digital input's gain.
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4 Level meter
Setting stereo link and the input source
Displays the gain adjusted level.
5 Digital gain text box
Allows you to adjust the digital gain. It is set to 0 dB by default. You can touch the text
box to highlight it, then use the [TOUCH AND TURN] knob to adjust the setting. You
can also touch the text box again to adjust the setting using the keyboard screen.
1. Display the INPUT screen. (page 5)
2. Touch the stereo link selection button that
corresponds to the desired setting.
6 Φ (phase) button
Allows you to reverse the phase.
When turned on, the input signal's phase is reversed.
7 Gain slider
When the INPUT button is selected, the slider adjusts the analog gain of the head amp.
The PAD (-24 dB) will be switched on or off when the analog gain is adjusted between
+17 dB and +18 dB.
When the USB button is selected, the slider adjusts digital gain.
3. Touch the input selection button that
corresponds to the desired setting.
4. Use the gain slider to adjust the
head amp gain.
8 +48V button
Gain finder level display
Adjust the gain slider so that the center of
the GainFinder lights up.
Turns phantom power (+48 V) to the head amp on and off.
On: Phantom power is turned on.
Off: Phantom power is turned off.
When the USB button is selected, the +48V button is not displayed.
NOTICE
Information about phantom power
When phantom power is not needed, set the +48V button to the off position.
Observe the following when using phantom power to prevent damage to the console or connected
devices, and signal noise.
• Do not set the +48V button to the on position when the device connected to the input jack does
not require phantom power.
• Do not connect or disconnect cables when the +48V button is set to the on position.
• Before turning phantom power on or off for a channel, first set the channel's volume to the
minimum level.
Gain slider
5. Touch the digital gain text box to highlight
it, then use the [TOUCH AND TURN] knob to
adjust the setting.
NOTE
When using phantom power, noise may be generated if there is a difference in the impedance between
the hot and cold of the device connected to an input jack.
9 Gain Unlink button (V1.1 and later)
Digital gain
text boxes
Displayed for stereo channels and for channels that have stereo link turned on.
While you are touching the button, gain for the left and right channels can temporarily
be adjusted individually. When you release the button, the gain for both channels can
be adjusted together but the difference in gain between the two channels is maintained.
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EQ screen
INPUT screen menu (V1.1 and later)
Touch the Menu key (
) from the INPUT screen to display the following items.
1 All INPUT
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source for all input channels.
Controls the EQ for each channel. 4-band parametric EQ is available for CH 1–32, AUX 1–20,
STEREO and MATRIX1-4; 2-band parametric EQ is available for CH 33–40, ST IN 1, ST IN
2, FX1, FX2, and SUB. You can adjust settings using 1-knob mode, which allows you to use
the [TOUCH AND TURN] knob to easily adjust settings, or manual mode, which allows you to
adjust each parameter individually.
2 All USB
Allows you to assign the USB TO HOST connector
as the input source for all input channels.
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The input source for the following channels will be
changed.
TF5:
CH 1–32 (when CH 1–32 are selected)
CH 33–40 (when CH 33–40 are selected)
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CH 25–32 (when CH 25–32 are selected)
CH 33–40 (when CH 33–40 are selected)
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CH 17–32 (when CH 17–32 are selected)
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Turns the EQ on and off.
2 HPF button
Turns the HPF (high-pass filter) on and off.
Displayed for CH 1–40.
3 1-knob button
Switches between 1-knob EQ mode and manual mode.
When using 1-knob EQ mode, the 1-knob level slider is displayed.
4 1-knob level slider
Adjusts the intensity of 1-knob EQ.
When using manual mode, information about the selected band's Q, F, and G is
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5 EQ mode type selection button
7 EQ graph
When using 1-knob EQ mode, allows you to select the 1-knob EQ mode type. Select
[Vocal] for vocal channels, otherwise select [Intensity].
When set to [Intensity], you can adjust the EQ to a setting between flat and double the
intensity of the EQ settings you made using manual mode.
For output channels, [Loudness] is available. This setting allows you to boost low and
high tones.
The available types depend on the channel whose settings you are editing.
Displays the parameter settings of the EQ and filter. As you adjust the settings of each
band, the results are reflected in the graph.
When using 1-knob EQ mode, you can touch the level slider and then adjust the slider
using the slider itself or the [TOUCH AND TURN] knob.
When using manual mode, you can drag the handles displayed in the graph to adjust
the corresponding settings.
When HPF is turned on, you can drag the HPF handle to adjust the cutoff frequency. You
can also adjust HPF independently when using the Intensity type for 1-knob EQ mode.
Channel
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Intensity
<1-knob EQ mode>
CH1-32 CH33-40
AUX9/10– MATRIX
SUB
ST IN
FX
STEREO AUX1-8
HPF +
HPF +
AUX19/20
1-4
2-band
2-band 2-band 4-band 4-band
4-band 2-band
4-band
4-band
+ LPF
In manual mode, this button switches the filter type. Low-band and high-band filter are
available.
For CH 1-40, the available low-band filters are low-shelving type and bell type.
For other channels (i.e., for channels that do not have an HPF), the available low-band
filters are HPF, low-shelving type, and bell type.
The available high-band filters are LPF, high-shelving type, and bell type.
6 EQ output level meter
Displays the post-EQ level.
<Manual mode>
How does 1-knob EQ mode work?
1-knob EQ mode allows you to adjust several parameters at once with just the turn of a knob.
It makes EQ adjustment quick and easy.
The console contains Presets that are configured for a variety of instruments. You can use 1knob EQ mode to adjust the EQ settings that are saved in Presets without disturbing the
overall balance of your mix.
You can even configure EQ settings using manual mode, then switch to 1-knob EQ mode and
use the Intensity type to adjust the amount of EQ applied to the channel. In this case you can
use the [TOUCH AND TURN ] knob to adjust from 0% (no EQ applied) to 50% (the EQ
settings you made using manual mode) and 100% (double the intensity of the EQ settings you
made using manual mode). This makes it very easy to fine-tune your EQ settings with just one
knob.
If 1-knob EQ mode type is set to Vocal or Loudness, you can adjust the EQ between 0% (no
EQ applied) and 100% (maximum EQ applied).
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8 RTA/Keyboard display
You can touch the bottom of the graph where no parameters are displayed to display
RTA or a keyboard. RTA is a graph that displays the frequencies of the input signal after
the EQ is applied. The keyboard display is helpful for understanding the relationship
between frequencies and musical pitches.
Adjusting EQ in manual mode
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Display the EQ screen. (page 5)
Touch the EQ button and turn on the EQ.
Touch the 1-knob button and turn 1-knob mode off.
Use the handles in the EQ graph to adjust the EQ as desired.
Drag to adjust
NOTE
Adjusts the sensitivity of RTA for RTA Offset on the PREFERENCE screen (page 26). Allocate the RTA
Offset to the USER DEFINED KNOBS to adjust while the EQ screen is displayed (available from V3.6).
When you touch an EQ parameter to select it, you can then adjust it using the [TOUCH AND TURN]
knob. You can press the [SHIFT] key to switch to a different parameter. Each time you press the
[SHIFT] key, you can switch between gain (G) and frequency (F). You can also switch between G and
F by touching the corresponding area to the right of the 1-knob button.
To adjust Q, pinch in or out on the touchscreen, or touch the Q area to the right of the 1-knob button
and then use the [TOUCH AND TURN] knob to adjust the setting.
Holding down the [Shift] key resets the gain value to zero (V4.0 and later).
5. Turn HPF on as desired.
When using a vocal mic, you can reduce low-frequency noise (rumble noise, etc.) by turning on HPF.
Adjusting EQ in 1-knob EQ mode
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Display the EQ screen. (page 5)
Turn on the EQ and select 1-knob mode.
Select the desired 1-knob mode type.
Use the [TOUCH AND TURN] knob to adjust the EQ.
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Setting HPF
Setting LPF
1. Display the EQ screen. (page 5)
2. Touch the HPF button and turn on the HPF.
The SUB channel can use the LPF to cut high frequencies independent of the EQ, ideal for
adjusting the signal sent to a sub-woofer.
1. Display the SUB channel's EQ screen. (page 5)
2. Touch the EQ button and turn on the EQ.
3. Touch the HPF handle.
4. Use the [TOUCH AND TURN] knob to adjust the HPF.
You can also drag the HPF handle in the EQ graph.
3. Use the LPF handle in the EQ graph to adjust the LPF as desired.
Drag to adjust
The value that corresponds to your adjustments is
displayed in the upper right of the screen.
Drag to adjust
Adjusted value
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GATE screen
EQ screen menu
Press the Menu key (
) from the EQ screen to display the following options.
1 Copy
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Copies the EQ parameters of the selected channel
to the clipboard.
Allows you to configure the noise gate for each channel. When the input signal level is lower
than a specified amount (threshold), the output signal is reduced by a specified amount
(range). GATE is available for CH 1–32.
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Pastes the EQ parameters in the clipboard to the
selected channel.
3 Compare
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Allows you to compare the EQ parameters of the
selected channel with the EQ parameters in the
clipboard by switching between the two.
4 Gain Flat
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Sets the EQ gain for all bands to 0.
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Resets EQ settings to their default values.
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1 GATE button
Turns the gate on and off.
2 Gate input level meter
Displays the gate input level.
3 Threshold slider
Determines the level at which the gate is applied.
4 Gate graph
Displays a visual representation of the gate level.
5 Range slider
Determines the amount by which the signal will be lowered when the gate is applied.
6 Attack slider
When the input signal exceeds the threshold, this setting determines how quickly the
gate opens.
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7 Hold slider
When the input signal drops below the threshold, this setting determines how much
time passes before the gate closes.
GATE screen menu
Press the Menu key (
) from the GATE screen to display the following options.
1 Copy
8 Decay slider
After the hold time passes, this setting determines how quickly the gate closes. The value
here is expressed as the time required for the level to change by 6 dB.
9 GR (gain reduction) meter
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Displays the amount by which the signal's gain is reduced.
0 OUT (gate output) meter
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Displays the gate output level.
Copies the GATE parameters of the selected
channel to the clipboard.
2 Paste
Pastes the GATE parameters in the clipboard to the
selected channel.
3 Compare
Allows you to compare the GATE parameters of the
selected channel with the GATE parameters in the
clipboard by switching between the two.
Setting the gate
4 Default
1. Display the GATE screen. (page 5)
2. Turn on the gate and then touch the slider that you want to adjust.
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Resets the GATE settings for the current channel to
their default values.
3. Use the [TOUCH AND TURN] knob to adjust the setting.
Refer to the gate graph and each meter while making adjustments.
You can also drag the slider on the touchscreen to adjust the setting.
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8 Attack slider
COMP screen
Allows you to configure the compressor for each channel. You can adjust settings using 1knob mode, which allows you to use the [TOUCH AND TURN] knob to easily adjust settings,
or manual mode, which allows you to adjust each parameter individually.
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When the input signal exceeds the threshold, this setting determines how quickly the
maximum amount of compression is applied.
9 Release slider
When the input signal drops below the threshold, this setting determines how much
time passes before compression is no longer applied. The value here is expressed as the
time required for the level to change by 6 dB.
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0 Out Gain slider
Adjusts the output level.
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A Knee button
Determines how gradual or sudden the curve is at the threshold. A soft knee means that
compression is applied gradually as the signal exceeds the threshold; a hard knee means
a more sudden transition.
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B GR (gain reduction) meter
Displays the amount by which the signal's gain is reduced.
C OUT (compressor output) meter
Displays the compressor output level.
How does 1-knob COMP mode work?
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1 COMP button
Turns the compressor on and off.
2 1-knob button
Switches between 1-knob mode and manual mode.
1-knob COMP mode allows you to adjust the amount of compression applied to the signal with
just the turn of a knob.
By turning the [TOUCH AND TURN] knob to the right (or sliding the 1-knob level slider to the
right), more compression is applied. In situations where raising the fader or gain could cause
clipping at louder points in the signal, compression can deliver a more consistent sound.
1-knob COMP takes some of the worry out of compression by allowing you to adjust the
balance between threshold, ratio, and out gain easily.
3 1-knob level slider (1-knob mode only)
Adjusts the amount of 1-knob COMP applied.
Not displayed during manual mode.
4 Compressor input level slider
Displays the compressor output level.
5 Threshold slider
Determines the level at which compression is applied.
6 Compressor graph
Displays a visual representation of the current settings.
7 Ratio slider
Determines the amount of compression that is applied.
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Setting the compressor
2. Turn the [TOUCH AND TURN] knob.
1. Display the COMP screen. (page 5)
2. If the compressor is turned off, touch the COMP button
to turn compression on.
Attack, Release, and Knee settings are fixed at their current settings, and the Threshold, Ratio, and
Out Gain settings are adjusted automatically.
3. Touch the 1-knob button and turn 1-knob COMP mode off.
4. Adjust the desired slider.
Drag the sliders to adjust each parameter.
When you touch an item, you can also use the [TOUCH AND TURN] knob to adjust the setting.
COMP screen menu
Press the Menu key (
) from the COMP screen to display the following options.
1 Copy
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Adjusting the compressor in 1-knob COMP mode
1. Turn 1-knob COMP mode on.
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Copies the COMP parameters of the selected
channel to the clipboard.
2 Paste
Pastes the COMP parameters in the clipboard to
the selected channel.
3 Compare
Allows you to compare the COMP parameters of
the selected channel with the COMP parameters
in the clipboard by switching between the two.
4 Default
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Resets the COMP settings for the current channel
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7 Pre button
FX screen (FX1/2, InsFX1–6)
Displayed for CH 1–40, ST IN 1 and ST IN 2.
Allows you to select whether the pre-fader or post-fader signal is processed by the effect
module.
On: Before the fader
Off: After the fader
Allows you to select an effect and edit its parameters.
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8 Parameter selection buttons
Touch to display other parameters available for the current effect.
9 Parameter sliders
Allow you to adjust the parameters available for the current effect.
0 Sync button
Displayed for effects that have a tempo setting, such as delays. When this button is
turned on, the effect's tempo setting can be controlled with the [TAP] button found in
the SENDS ON FADER section of the top panel.
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A Bypass button
Allows you to bypass the effects module.
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Displays the effects output level.
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C CUE button
Turns cue on and off for the effects module.
Displayed for CH 1–40, ST IN 1 and ST IN 2.
Determines whether a signal is sent (on) or not sent (off) to the FX return channel.
2 EFFECT TYPE button
Displays the EFFECT TYPE screen (page 68), where you can select an effect type.
3 Effect type and name
Displays the type and name of the current effect.
4 R Safe (recall safe) indicator
Displays the recall safe status of the effects module.
Displays the RECALL SAFE screen. (page 38)
5 M safe (mute safe) button
Turns mute safe on and off for the effects module.
6 FX send level slider
Displayed for CH 1–40, ST IN 1 and ST IN 2.
Allows you to adjust the amount of signal that is sent to the effects module.
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FX screen menu
Setting an effect
Press the Menu key (
1. Touch the effects type button.
) from the FX screen to display the following options.
1 Copy
When the EFFECTS TYPE screen is displayed, select the
desired effect type.
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2. Touch the Send button.
Send button
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3. Adjust the parameter sliders as desired.
You can adjust the characteristics of the effect, the wet/dry
balance, etc.
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Copies the effect parameters of the selected effect
to the clipboard.
2 Paste
Pastes the effect parameters in the clipboard to the
selected effect.
3 Compare
Allows you to compare the effect parameters of
the selected effect with the effect parameters in
the clipboard by switching between the two.
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Resets the selected effect's settings to their default
values.
4. Adjust the effects send level slider.
This allows you to adjust how much of the channel's signal
is sent to the effects module.
EFFECT TYPE screen
Allows you to select the effect type. Touch the desired button to make a selection.
FX send level slider
5. Adjust the FX RTN1/2 levels.
FX RTN1/2 channels are in the INPUT FADER BANK. (Stereo Channelspage 47)
Setting an insert effect
You can configure insert effects for AUX9/10–AUX19/20.
1. Touch the effects type button.
When the EFFECTS TYPE screen is displayed, select the desired effect type.
2. Touch the bypass button.
Bypass is turned on by default; turn the bypass off.
3. Adjust the parameter sliders as desired.
Adjust the characteristics of the effect.
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Effect parameters
DELAY LCR
One-input, two-output 3-tap delay.
REVERB HALL, REVERB ROOM, REVERB STAGE, REVERB PLATE
One-input, two-output hall, room, stage, and plate reverbs.
Parameter
Range
Parameter
Delay L
Description
Range
1.0ms–2700.0ms
Description
Left channel delay time.
Delay C
1.0ms–2700.0ms
Center channel delay time.
Delay R
1.0ms–2700.0ms
Right channel delay time.
Reverb Time
0.3s–20.0s
Determines the length of the reverberation.
Initial Delay
1.0ms–500.0ms
Determines the amount of time that passes before the initial
reverberation is heard.
Delay FB
1.0ms–2700.0ms
Feedback delay time.
High Ratio
0.1–1.0
Ratio of high frequency reverberations to the Reverb Time.
Feedback Gain
-99 – +99
Amount of feedback.
Diffusion
0–10
Left and right spread of the reverberation.
High Ratio
0.1–1.0
Amount of high-frequency feedback.
Density
0% – 100%
Density of the reverberation.
HPF
Thru, 21.2Hz–8.00kHz
High-pass filter cutoff frequency.
HPF
Thru, 21.2Hz–8.00kHz
High-pass filter cutoff frequency.
LPF
50.0Hz–16.0kHz, Thru
Low-pass filter cutoff frequency.
LPF
50.0Hz–16.0kHz, Thru
Low-pass filter cutoff frequency.
Level L
-100 – +100
Left channel level.
Level C
-100 – +100
Center channel level.
Level R
-100 – +100
Right channel level.
Sync
Off, On
Delay time tempo sync.
Note L
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Value used to calculate the left channel delay time based on the
tempo.
Note C
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Value used to calculate the center channel delay time based on
the tempo.
Note R
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Value used to calculate the right channel delay time based on
the tempo.
Note FB
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Value used to calculate the delay feedback time based on the
tempo.
MONO DELAY
One-input, two-output basic repeating-type delay.
Parameter
Range
Description
Delay
1.0ms–2700.0ms
Delay time.
Feedback Gain
-99 – +99
Amount of feedback.
High Ratio
0.1–1.0
Amount of high-frequency feedback.
HPF
Thru, 21.2Hz–8.00kHz
High-pass filter cutoff frequency.
LPF
50.0Hz–16.0kHz, Thru
Low-pass filter cutoff frequency.
Sync
Off, On
Delay time tempo sync.
Note
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Value used to calculate the delay time based on the tempo.
ECHO
Two-input, two-output stereo delay with a crossed feedback loop.
STEREO DELAY
Two-input, two-output basic stereo delay.
Parameter
Parameter
Range
Delay L
Description
Delay L
1.0ms–1350.0ms
Left channel delay time.
Delay R
1.0ms–1350.0ms
Right channel delay time.
Feedback Gain L
-99 – +99
Left channel feedback gain.
Feedback Gain R
-99 – +99
Right channel feedback gain.
High Ratio
0.1–1.0
Amount of high-frequency feedback.
HPF
Thru, 21.2Hz–8.00kHz
High-pass filter cutoff frequency.
LPF
50.0Hz–16.0kHz, Thru
Low-pass filter cutoff frequency.
Sync
Off, On
Delay time tempo sync.
Note L
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Value used to calculate the left channel delay time based on the
tempo.
Note R
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Value used to calculate the right channel delay time based on
the tempo.
Range
Description
1.0ms–1350.0ms
Left channel delay time.
Delay R
1.0ms–1350.0ms
Right channel delay time.
Delay FB L
1.0ms–1350.0ms
Left channel feedback delay time.
Delay FB R
1.0ms–1350.0ms
Right channel feedback delay time.
Feedback Gain L
-99 – +99
Left channel feedback gain.
Feedback Gain R
-99 – +99
Right channel feedback gain.
XFeedback Gain
-99 – +99
Left-to-right, right-to-left feedback gain.
High Ratio
0.1–1.0
Amount of high-frequency feedback.
HPF
Thru, 21.2Hz–8.00kHz
High-pass filter cutoff frequency.
LPF
50.0Hz–16.0kHz, Thru
Low-pass filter cutoff frequency.
Sync
Off, On
Delay time tempo sync.
Note L
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Value used to calculate the left channel delay time based on the
tempo.
Note R
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Value used to calculate the right channel delay time based on
the tempo.
Note FBL
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Value used to calculate the left channel feedback delay time
based on the tempo.
Note FBR
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Value used to calculate the right channel feedback delay time
based on the tempo.
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DELAY-REVERB (V1.1 and later)
One-input, two-output effect that has a delay and reverb connected in series.
Parameter
Delay
Range
1.0ms - 2700.0ms
GATE REVERB, REVERSE GATE (V1.1 and later)
One-input, two-output early reflection with gate, and an early reflection with reverse gate.
Description
Parameter
Range
Description
Delay time.
Type
Type-A, Type-B
Early reflection type.
Feedback Gain
-99% - 99%
Amount of feedback.
Room Size
0.1 - 20.0
Room size; determines interval between early reflections.
DLY BAL
0% - 100%
Delay mix balance.
Liveness
0 - 10
Decay of the early reflections.
Reverb Time
0.3s - 20.0s
Determines the length of the reverberation.
Initial Delay
1.0ms - 500.0ms
Delay before the early reflection.
High Ratio
0.1 - 1.0
Ratio of high frequency reverberations to the Reverb Time.
Diffusion
0 - 10
Width of the reflections in the stereo field.
Diffusion
0 - 10
Left and right spread of the reverberation.
Density
0% - 100%
Density of the reflections.
Density
0% - 100%
Density of the reverberation.
ER Number
1 - 19
Number of reflections.
HPF
Thru, 21.2Hz - 8.00kHz
High-pass filter cutoff frequency.
Feedback Gain
-99% - 99%
Amount of feedback.
LPF
50.0Hz - 16.0kHz, Thru
Low-pass filter cutoff frequency.
High Ratio
0.1 - 1.0
Amount of high-frequency feedback.
REV BAL
0% - 100%
Reverb mix balance.
HPF
Thru, 21.2Hz - 8.00kHz
High-pass filter cutoff frequency.
Sync
Off, On
Parameter tempo sync.
LPF
50.0Hz - 16.0kHz, Thru
Low-pass filter cutoff frequency.
Note
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Value used to calculate the delay time based on the tempo.
CHORUS (V1.1 and later)
Two-input, two-output chorus effect.
EARLY REF (V1.1 and later)
One-input, two-output early reflection effect.
Parameter
Range
Parameter
Description
Frequency
Range
0.05Hz - 10.00Hz
Description
Modulation speed
AM Depth
0% - 100%
Depth of amplitude modulation.
PM Depth
0% - 100%
Depth of pitch modulation.
Room size; determines interval between early reflections.
MOD. Delay
1.0ms - 500.0ms
Delay time of modulation.
Decay of the early reflections (0: dead, 10: live).
Sync
Off, On
Parameter tempo sync.
1.0ms - 500.0ms
Delay before the early reflection.
Note
Diffusion
0 - 10
Width of the reflections in the stereo field.
Density
0% - 100%
Density of the reflections.
ER Number
1 - 19
Number of reflections.
Type
S-Hall, L-Hall, Random,
Reverse, Plate, Spring
Early reflection type.
Room Size
0.1 - 20.0
Liveness
0 - 10
Initial Delay
Feedback Gain
-99% - 99%
Amount of feedback.
High Ratio
0.1 - 1.0
Amount of high-frequency feedback.
HPF
Thru, 21.2Hz - 8.00kHz
High-pass filter cutoff frequency.
LPF
50.0Hz - 16.0kHz, Thru
Low-pass filter cutoff frequency.
Value used to calculate the frequency based on the tempo.
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FLANGE (V1.1 and later)
Two-input, two-output flanger effect.
Parameter
Frequency
Range
0.05Hz - 10.00Hz
Description
Modulation speed
Depth
0% - 100%
Depth of modulation.
MOD. Delay
1.0ms - 500.0ms
Delay time of modulation.
Feedback Gain
-99% - 99%
Amount of feedback.
Sync
Off, On
Parameter tempo sync.
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SYMPHONIC (V1.1 and later)
Two-input, two-output symphonic effect.
Parameter
Frequency
Range
0.05Hz - 10.00Hz
Description
M BAND COMP (V1.1 and later)
Two-input, two-output three-band compressor. Each band has solo and gain reduction
metering.
Parameter
Modulation speed
Range
Description
Depth
0% - 100%
Depth of modulation.
Low Gain
MOD. Delay
1.0ms - 500.0ms
Delay time of modulation.
Mid Gain
-12.0dB - +12.0dB
Sync
Off, On
Parameter tempo sync.
High Gain
-12.0dB - +12.0dB
High-band gain.
Value used to calculate the frequency based on the tempo.
Total Gain
-72dB - +12dB
Overall gain.
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PHASER (V1.1 and later)
Two-input, two-output 16-stage phase-shift effect.
Parameter
Range
Description
-12.0dB - +12.0dB
Low-band gain.
Mid-band gain.
L-M XOver
21.2Hz - 8.00kHz
Low-to-mid crossover frequency.
M-H XOver
21.2Hz - 8.00kHz
Mid-to-high crossover frequency.
Knee
0-5
Compressor knee (all bands).
Low/Mid/High Link
Off, On
When turned on, the difference in the threshold for low, mid,
and high is maintained. (V3.0 and later)
Frequency
0.05Hz - 10.00Hz
Modulation speed
Low Thr
-54dB - 0dB
Low threshold.
Depth
0% - 100%
Depth of modulation.
Low Ratio
1:1 - ∞:1
Low ratio.
Feedback Gain
-99% - 99%
Amount of feedback.
Low Attack
0ms - 120ms
Low attack time.
Offset
0 - 100
Offset of the phase shifted frequency.
Low Release
3.34ms - 42.7s
Low release time.
Phase
0° - 355°
Left/right balance of modulation.
Low Bypass
Off, On
Compression bypass feature for low.
Stage
2 - 16
Number of phase shift stages.
Low Solo
Off, On
Solo feature for low.
HPF
Thru, 21.2Hz - 8.00kHz
High-pass filter cutoff frequency.
Mid Thr
-54dB - 0dB
Mid threshold.
LPF
50.0Hz - 16.0kHz, Thru
Low-pass filter cutoff frequency.
Mid Ratio
1:1 - ∞:1
Mid ratio.
Sync
Off, On
Parameter tempo sync.
Mid Attack
0ms - 120ms
Mid attack time.
Value used to calculate the frequency based on the tempo.
Mid Release
3.34ms - 42.7s
Mid release time.
Mid Bypass
Off, On
Compression bypass feature for mid.
Mid Solo
Off, On
Solo feature for mid.
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High Thr
-54dB - 0dB
High threshold.
High Ratio
1:1 - ∞:1
High Ratio
High Attack
0ms - 120ms
High attack time.
High Release
3.34ms - 42.7s
High release time.
High Bypass
Off, On
Compression bypass feature for high.
High Solo
Off, On
Solo feature for high.
NOTE
The Make Up parameter is omitted for V3.0 and later.
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PING PONG DELAY (V2.0 and later)
One-input, two-output ping pong delay. The delayed sound alternates between left and right
at equal intervals.
Parameter
Delay
Range
1.0ms - 1350.0ms
Description
Delay time.
Feedback Gain
-99% - 99%
Amount of feedback.
High Ratio
0.1 - 1.0
Amount of high-frequency feedback.
HPF
Thru, 21.2Hz - 8.00kHz
High-pass filter cutoff frequency.
LPF
50.0Hz - 16.0kHz, Thru
Low-pass filter cutoff frequency.
Sync
Off, On
Parameter tempo sync.
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OUTPUT DELAY (V2.5 and later)
Two-input, two-output single delay. When used for INS FX 1–6, this delay is good for delay
compensation.
Parameter
Range
Description
LR LINK
On, Off
Links the left and right delays.
Delay
0.3 – 343.6 meter
1.1 – 1127.3 feet
1.00 – 1000.00ms
0.03 – 30.00 frame*1
Delay time is set in units of frames (V3.5 and later), meters, feet,
or ms (milliseconds).
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Value used to calculate the delay time based on the tempo.
frame rate=24: 0.03 - 24.00,
frame rate=25: 0.03 - 25.00,
frame rate=29.97D/29.97: 0.03 - 29.97
frame rate=30D/30: 0.03 - 30.00
Set the frame rate in "Frame Rate", on the "Others" section (page 26) of the PREFERENCE screen.
DUAL PITCH (V2.0 and later)
Two-input, two-output pitch-shift effect.
Parameter
Range
Description
Pitch 1
-24 - 24
Pitch of Ch1 (semitone increments).
Fine 1
-50 - 50
Pitch of Ch1 (1 cent increments).
Level 1
-100 - 100
Volume of Ch1.
Pan 1
L63 - R63
Pan of Ch1.
Delay 1
1.0ms - 1000.0ms
Delay time of Ch1.
Feedback Gain 1
-99 - 99
Feedback level of Ch1.
Pitch 2
-24 - 24
Pitch of Ch2 (semitone increments).
Fine 2
-50 - 50
Pitch of Ch2 (1 cent increments).
Level 2
-100 - 100
Volume of Ch2.
Pan 2
L63 - R63
Pan of Ch2.
Delay 2
1.0ms - 1000.0ms
Delay time of Ch2.
Feedback Gain 2
-99 - 99
Feedback level of Ch2.
Mode
1 - 10
Width of pitch shift.
Sync
Off, On
Parameter tempo sync.
Note 1
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Value used to calculate Delay 1 based on the tempo.
Note 2
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Value used to calculate Delay 2 based on the tempo.
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3 Pre button
SEND TO AUX screen
Selects whether to send the signal to the AUX channel from before the fader, or from
after the fader.
On: Before fader
Off: After fader
When this is on, you can select whether to send the signal directly before the EQ or
directly before the fader, from "Pre Fader Send Point" on the BUS SETUP screen
(page 33).
Allows you to configure the amount of signal that is sent from each channel to the AUX buses.
You can swipe left and right to view other buses.
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Displayed for stereo AUX buses. Allows you to adjust the pan of the signal sent to the
corresponding AUX bus.
Adjusting the SEND TO AUX level
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1. Adjust the level sliders as desired.
Each level slider determines the amount of signal sent from
the selected channel to the corresponding AUX bus.
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2. Turn the Pre button on or off depending on your
needs.
Send the pre-fader signal when using the AUX bus for on-stage floor monitors—this allows you to
create a mix that is separate from the main mix.
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Send the post-fader signal when using external effects processors or when you want to maintain the
same mix balance as the main mix.
3. Turn the send button on or off.
When turned on, the signal is sent to the corresponding AUX
bus.
4. Touch the send pan slider and then adjust it using the [TOUCH AND TURN] knob.
When sending the signal to a stereo AUX bus, you can adjust the pan of the signal that is sent.
1 Send button
Determines whether a signal is sent (on) or not sent (off) to the corresponding AUX bus.
2 Send level slider
Determines the amount of signal sent to the corresponding AUX bus.
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ASSIGN screen
AUTOMIXER screen (V3.5 and later)
Allows you configure recall safe and mute safe settings, DCA group assignments, signals sent
to the SUB bus, etc.
Sets the AUTOMIXER that can be used for CH1–CH8.
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The AUTOMIXER is a function for automating the sound mixing of conversation heard in
conferences, talk shows and so on. This function detects mics that are enabled and
automatically optimizes the gain distribution to maintain a consistent system gain with multiple
mics, eliminating the need for the engineer to keep watching the fader levels.
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The TF series AUTOMIXER uses the Dugan speech system, which automatically adjusts the
gain of up to 8 mics.
When one person speaks,
while using multiple mics
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1 Recall Safe button
When two people speak,
while using multiple mics
Mic input
audio (dB)
Mic input
audio (dB)
Automix gain
(dB)
Automix gain
(dB)
Turns Recall Safe on and off for the corresponding channel.
You can display the RECALL SAFE screen by touching the jump button in the right corner
of the Recall Safe button. (page 38)
2 Mute Safe button
You can temporarily exclude certain channels from a mute group.
If you mute a mute group, any channels in that group that have mute safe enabled will
not be muted.
3 ST button
When one person talks, the gain on that mic
instantly rises, and the gain on other mics is
lowered. This works the same when another
person speaks.
Turns the channel's assignment to the stereo channel on and off.
4 SUB button
When two people talk at the same time, the gain
between the two mics is automatically distributed
to provide a uniform total gain, and the gain on the
remaining mic is lowered.
Determines whether the channel's signal is sent (on) or not sent (off) to the SUB bus.
5 SUB level slider
Determines the amount of signal sent from the selected channel to the SUB bus.
6 DCA buttons
Turns the channel's assignment to each DCA group (1–8) on and off.
You can assign a channel to multiple DCA groups if desired.
7 Mute buttons (V4.0 and later)
Turns the channel's assignment to mute groups 3–6 on and off.
You can assign a channel to multiple mute groups if desired.
You cannot change the assignments for MUTE1 INPUT and MUTE2 FX.
Unlike limiters or auto-level controllers, the Dugan speech system lets the engineer control
individual levels as usual, even when more than one person is talking at the same time. Also,
the audio on the mics is detected and the gain is automatically distributed when no one is
talking, so the faders can be left up.
NOTE
• The AUTOMIXER is placed directly after the channel ON for CH1–CH8.
• When the Pre button for SEND TO AUX on CH1–CH8 is off, signal is sent from directly after the
AUTOMIXER to the AUX bus.
• When CH1–CH8 are stereo linked together, the AUTOMIXER parameters will not be linked.
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6 Group selection button
Selects whether to assign either AUTOMIXER group a or b. You can use groups to
independently create two types of mixes. The background color changes according to
the group selected.
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Turns the Automixer function bypass on/off for each group.
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2. Turn the channel on that will be inputted into the
AUTOMIXER.
3. Touch the group selection button to select the
group to which each channel is assigned.
4. Adjust the input level for each channel using the
analog gain and faders, so that the level indicators are green.
5. Touch the weight setting boxes for each channel; and with the focus set on the box,
turn the [TOUCH AND TURN] knob to adjust the relative sensitivity between
channels.
1 AUTOMIXER ON button
Turns the AUTOMIXER on/off for the respective channel.
NOTE
We recommend that you leave the AUTOMIXER off for audio that does not contain speech
components, such as live concerts.
2 Level indicator
Use this indicator to check whether the input gain going into the AUTOMIXER is
appropriate.
Off: No input signal, or not enough input level
Lighted green: Input gain is appropriate
Lighted red: Overload input
6. Adjust the weight further as necessary while inputting audio, in order to balance the
sound between the channels.
NOTE
Adjust the input gain using the analog gain, digital gain and faders for each input channel.
3 Automix gain meter
Displays the gain that was adjusted using the AUTOMIXER.
4 Weight indicator
Displays the value that was set in the 5 Weight text box as a bar graph.
5 Weight text box
Adjusts the signal level inputted into the AUTOMIXER side chain. When this is set to the
same value as other channels, the gain of audio signals that are inputted at the same
time will be equally distributed. When this value is increased, the gain of audio signals
that are inputted at the same time will be distributed to create a louder sound compared
with other channels.
Setting range: -100.0 dB, -29.5 dB–0.0 dB (default setting)–15.0 dB
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5 Boxes
CH VIEW screen
Touch to display the configuration screen for the corresponding feature.
You can touch the EQ, GATE, and COMP buttons displayed here to turn the
corresponding feature on and off.
HA box: Displays the INPUT screen. (page 57)
EQ box: Displays the EQ screen. (page 59)
GATE box: Displays the GATE screen. (page 63)
COMP box: Displays the COMP screen. (page 65)
AUTOMIXER box (V3.5 and later): Displays the AUTOMIXER screen. (page 74)
Provides an overview of all the settings for a channel.
You can change settings using this screen, in addition to the corresponding feature's
configuration screen.
Items displayed on this screen vary depending on the type of channel selected.
CH1–CH32
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Turns the selected channel on and off.
7 PAN slider
Adjusts the pan for the selected channel.
8 FX1/FX2 boxes
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Displays the effect type.
When selected, you can use the [TOUCH AND TURN] knob to adjust the effects send
level. You can also display the corresponding effect's configuration screen by touching
again.
Each box displays the amount of signal from the selected channel that is sent to the
corresponding effects module.
Send level, the selected channel's fader level, and the actual send level grouped with the
DCA is displayed in the triangular bar.
Displays whether the signal sent to the FX1/2 return channel is from directly before the
fader, or directly after the fader. If the indicator lights green, the signal is directly before
(pre-fader); and if the indicator is off, the signal is directly after (post-fader).
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1 Channel name
Touch when selected to display the SEND TO AUX screen.
Displays the amount of signal from the selected channel that is sent to each AUX bus.
Send level, the selected channel's fader level, and the actual send level grouped with the
DCA is displayed in the horizontal bar.
The information displayed here indicates whether the signal sent to the AUX bus is the
pre-fader or post-fader signal. Pre-fader signal is displayed in green; post-fader signal is
displayed in gray.
Touch to display the CH NAME screen.
Touch
to display information for a different channel.
2 Recall Safe button
Turns recall safe on and off for the corresponding channel.
You can display the RECALL SAFE screen (page 38) by touching the jump button in
the right corner of the Recall Safe button.
3 Input source indicator
0 ASSIGN box
Displays the input channel's input source. You can select the input source on the INPUT
screen.
Displays the ASSIGN screen. (page 74)
A Channel output level slider
4 Mute Safe button
Touch to temporarily exclude the selected channel from the input mute group.
If you mute the input mute group, any channels in that group that have mute safe
enabled will not be muted.
Adjusts the fader level for the selected channel.
B Channel output level meter
Displays the channel's output signal level.
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C Direct out port indicator
2 Recall Safe button
Indicates the channel's direct out port.
For information about channels and output ports, see "Quick Config Input and input
channel relationships" (page 106).
D Direct out point button
Turns recall safe on and off for the corresponding channel.
You can display the RECALL SAFE screen (page 38) by touching the jump button in
the right corner of the Recall Safe button.
3 Input source indicator
Allows you to set the point of the direct out signal.
Pre DG: Before the digital gain
Pre HPF: Before the high-pass filter
Pre Fader: Before the fader
Post ON: directly after the [ON] key; CH1–CH8 are directly after the AUTOMIXER
Displays the input channel's input source. You can select the input source on the INPUT
screen.
4 Mute Safe button
Touch to temporarily exclude the selected channel from the input mute group.
If you mute the input mute group, any channels in that group that have mute safe
enabled will not be muted.
5 Boxes
Touch to display the configuration screen for the corresponding feature.
You can touch the EQ button displayed here to turn EQ on and off.
HA box: Displays the INPUT screen. (page 57)
EQ box: Displays the EQ screen. (page 59)
E Direct out on/off button
Turns the direct out on and off.
6 Channel on/off button
CH33–CH40
Turns the selected channel on and off.
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Adjusts the pan for the selected channel.
8 FX1/FX2 boxes
Displays the effect type.
When selected, you can use the [TOUCH AND TURN] knob to adjust the effects send
level. You can also display the corresponding effect's configuration screen by touching
again.
Each box displays the amount of signal from the selected channel that is sent to the
corresponding effects module.
Send level, the selected channel's fader level, and the actual send level grouped with the
DCA is displayed in the triangular bar.
Displays whether the signal sent to the FX1/2 return channel is from directly before the
fader, or directly after the fader. If the indicator lights green, the signal is directly before
(pre-fader); and if the indicator is off, the signal is directly after (post-fader).
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Touch when selected to display the SEND TO AUX screen.
Displays the amount of signal from the selected channel that is sent to each AUX bus.
Send level, the selected channel's fader level, and the actual send level grouped with the
DCA is displayed in the horizontal bar.
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Touch to display the CH NAME screen.
Touch
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The information displayed here indicates whether the signal sent to the AUX bus is the
pre-fader or post-fader signal. Pre-fader signal is displayed in green; post-fader signal is
displayed in gray.
4 Mute Safe button
Touch to temporarily exclude the selected channel from the input mute group.
If you mute the input mute group, any channels in that group that have mute safe
enabled will not be muted.
0 ASSIGN box
Displays the ASSIGN screen. (page 74)
5 Boxes
Touch to display the configuration screen for the corresponding feature.
You can touch the EQ button displayed here to turn EQ on and off.
HA box: Displays the INPUT screen. (page 57)
EQ box: Displays the EQ screen. (page 59)
DELAY box (V4.0 or later): Displays the DELAY screen. (page 92)
A Channel output level slider
Adjusts the fader level for the selected channel.
B Channel output level meter
Displays the channel's output signal level.
6 Channel on/off button
ST IN 1L-ST IN 2R
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Turns the selected channel on and off.
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Adjusts the left/right volume balance for the channel.
8 FX1/FX2 boxes
Displays the effect type.
When selected, you can use the [TOUCH AND TURN] knob to adjust the effects send
level. You can also display the corresponding effect's configuration screen by touching
again.
Each box displays the amount of signal from the selected channel that is sent to the
corresponding effects module.
Send level, the selected channel's fader level, and the actual send level grouped with the
DCA is displayed in the triangular bar.
Displays whether the signal sent to the FX1/2 return channel is from directly before the
fader, or directly after the fader. If the indicator lights green, the signal is directly before
(pre-fader); and if the indicator is off, the signal is directly after (post-fader).
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Touch when selected to display the SEND TO AUX screen.
Displays the amount of signal from the selected channel that is sent to each AUX bus.
Send level, the selected channel's fader level, and the actual send level grouped with the
DCA is displayed in the horizontal bar.
The information displayed here indicates whether the signal sent to the AUX bus is the
pre-fader or post-fader signal. Pre-fader signal is displayed in green; post-fader signal is
displayed in gray.
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1 Channel name
Touch to display the CH NAME screen.
Touch
to display information for a different channel.
2 Recall Safe button
Turns recall safe on and off for the corresponding channel.
You can display the RECALL SAFE screen (page 38) by touching the jump button in
the right corner of the Recall Safe button.
0 ASSIGN box
Displays the ASSIGN screen. (page 74)
A Channel output level slider
3 Input source indicator
Displays the input channel's input source. You can select the input source on the INPUT
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B Channel output level meter
5 Channel on/off button
Displays the channel's output signal level.
Turns the selected channel on and off.
6 BAL (balance) slider
FX1L–FX2R
Adjusts the left/right volume balance for the channel.
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Touch when selected to display the SEND TO AUX screen.
Displays the amount of signal from the selected channel that is sent to each AUX bus.
Send level, the selected channel's fader level, and the actual send level grouped with the
DCA is displayed in the horizontal bar.
The information displayed here indicates whether the signal sent to the AUX bus is the
pre-fader or post-fader signal. Pre-fader signal is displayed in green; post-fader signal is
displayed in gray.
8 ASSIGN box
Displays the ASSIGN screen. (page 74)
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9 Channel output level slider
Adjusts the fader level for the selected channel.
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0 Channel output level meter
Displays the channel's output signal level.
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1 Channel name
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Touch to display the CH NAME screen.
Touch
to display information for a different channel.
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2 Recall Safe button
Turns recall safe on and off for the corresponding channel.
You can display the RECALL SAFE screen (page 38) by touching the jump button in
the right corner of the Recall Safe button.
3 Mute Safe button
Touch to temporarily exclude the selected channel from the effects mute group.
If you mute the effects mute group, any channels in that group that have mute safe
enabled will not be muted.
4 Boxes
Touch to display the configuration screen for the corresponding feature.
You can touch the EQ button displayed here to turn EQ on and off.
FROM box: Displays the SEND FROM screen. (page 88) (V3.0 and later)
FX1 (FX2) box: Displays the FX screen. (page 67)
EQ box: Displays the EQ screen. (page 59)
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1 Channel name
2 Recall Safe button
Touch to display the CH NAME screen.
Touch
to display information for a different channel.
Turns recall safe on and off for the corresponding channel.
You can display the RECALL SAFE screen (page 38) by touching the jump button in
the right corner of the Recall Safe button.
2 Recall Safe button
Turns recall safe on and off for the corresponding channel.
You can display the RECALL SAFE screen (page 38) by touching the jump button in
the right corner of the Recall Safe button.
3 Boxes
Touch to display the configuration screen for the corresponding feature.
You can touch the EQ, GEQ, and COMP buttons displayed here to turn the
corresponding feature on and off.
FROM box: Displays the SEND FROM screen. (page 88)
EQ box: Displays the EQ screen. (page 59)
GEQ box: Displays the GEQ screen. (page 85)
COMP box: Displays the COMP screen. (page 65)
3 Channel on/off button
Turns the selected channel on and off.
4 Channel output level slider
Adjusts the fader level for the selected channel.
4 Channel on/off button
5 ASSIGN box (V1.1 and later)
When this area is selected, touch this area to display the DCA ASSIGN screen.
(page 90)
Turns the selected channel on and off.
5 OUTPUT box
Displays the OUTPUT screen. (page 87)
AUX1–AUX8
6 Channel output level slider
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Adjusts the fader level for the selected channel.
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Displays the channel's output signal level.
AUX 9–AUX 20
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Touch to display the CH NAME screen.
Touch
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1 Channel name
SUB
Touch to display the CH NAME screen.
Touch
to display information for a different channel.
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2 Recall Safe button
Turns recall safe on and off for the corresponding channel.
You can display the RECALL SAFE screen (page 38) by touching the jump button in
the right corner of the Recall Safe button.
3 Boxes
Touch to display the configuration screen for the corresponding feature.
You can touch the EQ and COMP buttons displayed here to turn the corresponding
feature on and off.
FROM box: Displays the SEND FROM screen. (page 88)
EQ box: Displays the EQ screen. (page 59)
COMP box: Displays the COMP screen. (page 65)
InsFX box: Displays the FX screen. (page 67)
4 Channel on/off button
Turns the selected channel on and off.
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Adjusts the left/right volume balance for the channel.
1 Channel name
Touch to display the CH NAME screen.
Touch
to display information for a different channel.
6 OUTPUT box
Displays the OUTPUT screen. (page 87)
7 Channel output level slider
2 Recall Safe button
Turns recall safe on and off for the corresponding channel.
You can display the RECALL SAFE screen (page 38) by touching the jump button in
the right corner of the Recall Safe button.
Adjusts the fader level for the selected channel.
8 Channel output level meter
Displays the channel's output signal level.
3 Boxes
Touch to display the configuration screen for the corresponding feature.
You can touch the EQ and COMP buttons displayed here to turn the corresponding
feature on and off.
FROM box: Displays the SEND FROM screen. (page 88)
EQ box: Displays the EQ screen. (page 59)
COMP box: Displays the COMP screen. (page 65)
4 Channel on/off button
Turns the selected channel on and off.
5 OUTPUT box
Displays the OUTPUT screen. (page 87)
6 Channel output level slider
Adjusts the fader level for the selected channel.
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7 Channel output level meter
5 BAL (balance) slider
Displays the channel's output signal level.
Adjusts the left/right volume balance for the channel.
6 OUTPUT box
ST L, ST R
Displays the OUTPUT screen. (page 87)
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7 Channel output level slider
Adjusts the fader level for the selected channel.
8 Channel output level meter
Displays the channel's output signal level.
MATRIX1– MATRIX4 (V2.5 and later)
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1 Channel name
Touch to display the CH NAME screen.
Touch
to display information for a different channel.
2 Recall Safe button
Turns recall safe on and off for the corresponding channel.
You can display the RECALL SAFE screen (page 38) by touching the jump button in
the right corner of the Recall Safe button.
3 Boxes
Touch to display the configuration screen for the corresponding feature.
You can touch the EQ, GEQ, and COMP buttons displayed here to turn the
corresponding feature on and off.
EQ box: Displays the EQ screen. (page 59)
GEQ box: Displays the GEQ screen. (page 85)
COMP box: Displays the COMP screen. (page 65)
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1 Channel name
Touch to display the CH NAME screen.
Touch
to display information for a different channel.
2 Recall Safe button
Turns recall safe on and off for the corresponding channel.
You can display the RECALL SAFE screen (page 38) by touching the jump button in
the right corner of the Recall Safe button.
4 Channel on/off button
Turns the selected channel on and off.
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3 Boxes
AUX/MATRIX channels (V4.0 and later)
Touch to display the configuration screen for the corresponding feature.
You can touch the EQ, and COMP buttons displayed here to turn the corresponding
feature on and off.
FROM box: Displays the SEND FROM screen. (page 88)
EQ box: Displays the EQ screen. (page 59)
DELAY box: Displays the DELAY screen. (page 92)
4 CH Copy with Sends
Copies and also sends current channel settings.
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Turns the selected channel on and off.
5 CH Paste with Sends
Pastes settings copied from the selected channel,
including sending. When CH Copy with Sends is
executed, the CH Paste icon changes to CH Paste
with Sends.
5 OUTPUT box
Displays the OUTPUT screen. (page 87)
6 Channel output level slider
Adjusts the fader level for the selected channel.
7 Channel output level meter
Displays the channel's output signal level.
CH VIEW screen menu
Press the Menu key (
) from the CH VIEW screen to display the following options.
1 CH Copy
Copies the settings of the current channel.
2 CH Paste
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them to the current channel.
3 CH Default
Resets the settings of the current channel to their
default values.
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6 Color button
CH NAME screen
Touch to display a list of available channel colors.
Allows you to set the channel name, icon, and channel color.
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Touch the desired color to use that color as the channel color.
1 Name text box
Enter the channel name here.
Touch the text box to enter the name using the KEYBOARD screen. (page 10)
2 Icon button
Touch to display a list of available channel icons.
3 Category button
Allows you to select a different category of channel icons.
The available categories vary depending on the type of channel.
4 Channel icon list
Touch to apply the channel icon.
You can drag this area up and down to display all of the available icons.
5 Sample Name button
Displays a list of commonly used channel names based on the selected channel icon.
Touch on a sample name to use it as the channel name.
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GEQ screen
NOTE
You can use the internal graphic equalizer (GEQ) to process AUX 1–8 and STEREO channel signals.
The GEQ is a mono, 12-band EQ. Each band is 1/3 octave wide, with an adjustable gain range
of ±15 dB.
31 bands are available; you can adjust gain for up to 12 bands.
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Offset to the USER DEFINED KNOBS to adjust while the GEQ screen is displayed (available from V3.6).
6 Gain slider
Adjusts the gain for the corresponding band.
Swipe left or right to display the gain sliders for other bands.
When the Fader Assign button is turned on, you can use this area to change which
bands can be adjusted by the faders. (TF3 and TF1 only.)
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Displays the GEQ output level.
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Displays the number of additional bands that you can adjust.
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Turns the GEQ on and off.
2 GEQ channel selection buttons
These buttons are displayed only when configuring the GEQ for stereo AUX buses or the
STEREO channels.
They are not displayed for mono AUX buses.
: Turns the GEQ left/right channel link on and off.
L/R: Allows you select the left and right GEQ channels.
3 Recall Safe button
Displays the RECALL SAFE screen. (page 38)
4 Fader Assign button (V2.0 and later)
This feature is available for TF5/TF3/TF1.
When this button is turned on, you can use the faders to adjust each band of the GEQ.
5 EQ graph, RTA display, band selection
Displays the EQ settings with RTA (real-time analysis).
Swipe left or right or touch an area to display the gain sliders for other bands.
When the Fader Assign button is turned on, you can use this area to change which
bands can be adjusted by the faders. (TF3 and TF1 only.)
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Using GEQ
Using faders to adjust GEQ (TF5/TF3/TF1)
1. Touch the GEQ button to turn GEQ on.
1. Touch the Fader Assign button to turn it on.
The current gain setting for each band is applied to the faders
in the channel strip section of the console.
2. Swipe left or right on the gain sliders to display the
desired bands.
3. Drag sliders up and down to adjust the gain of the corresponding bands.
You can confirm the frequency and gain for each band in the channel display.
2. For TF3 and TF1, swipe left or right on the gain sliders in the GEQ screen to select
other bands.
You can confirm the overall output using the output level meter.
Once you have adjusted gain for 12 bands, the gain sliders for the remaining bands are displayed in
gray. If you want adjust gain for other bands, you must first set the gain to 0 for one of the bands you
have already adjusted.
You can swipe the EQ graph, RTA display, or band selection area left or right to select other bands.
For TF5, all bands are applied to the faders.
3. Use the console's faders to adjust the gain.
If you turn on a channel's [ON] key, you can reset the gain of frequencies assigned to that channel to
0 dB.
Touch the gain slider quickly two times to reset it to its default value (0 dB).
Selected gain settings can also be specified using the [TOUCH AND TURN] knob.
The [TOUCH AND TURN] knob functionality can be switched ON/OFF by pressing the [Shift] key.
Each press of the [Shift] key switches between setting gain and selecting the band. The same action
can be achieved by pressing the [TOUCH AND TURN] knob.
4. When you are finished making adjustments, touch the Fader Assign button to turn
it off.
Fader Assign also turns off when you switch another screen or enter SENDS ON FADER mode.
Holding down the [Shift] key resets the gain value for the selected band to zero decibels (default
value) (V4.0 and later).
Gain slider
Output level meter
GEQ screen menu
Press the Menu key (
) from the GEQ screen to display the following options.
1 Copy
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Copies the GEQ parameters of the selected
channel to the clipboard.
2 Paste
Pastes the GEQ parameters in the clipboard to the
selected channel.
3 Compare
Allows you to compare the GEQ parameters of the
selected channel with the GEQ parameters in the
clipboard by switching between the two.
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Configuration screens
4 Out Gain text box
OUTPUT screen
Allows you to adjust the output gain.
When selected, you can use the [TOUCH AND TURN] knob to adjust the setting. Touch
again to display the keyboard and enter a value.
Allows you to configure how output channels will be output. The buttons displayed vary
depending on the type of output channel selected.
5 Φ (phase) button
Buttons
Output channel
ST button
SUB button
SUB slider
AUX 1–8
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AUX9/10–AUX19/20
○
○
SUB
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–
STEREO
–
–
MATRIX1–4
–
–
Out Gain
Buttons
Φ button
OMNI OUT
Indicator
OMNI OUT
Buttons
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
○
Allows you to reverse the phase.
When turned on, the output signal's phase is reversed.
6 OMNI OUT button
Displays the number of the OMNI OUT to which the channel is directed.
Up to two numbers can be displayed. For three or more numbers, "+" is displayed.
Displays the OMNI OUT screen. (page 34)
For information about channels and output ports, see "Quick Config Input and input
channel relationships" (page 106).
7 Recall Safe button (V1.1 and later)
○ : Displayed
Turns recall safe on and off for the corresponding channel.
You can display the RECALL SAFE screen by touching the jump button in the right corner
of the Recall Safe button.
– : Not displayed
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1 ST button
Determines whether the stereo channel is output or not.
2 SUB button (V3.0 and later)
Determines whether the channel's signal is sent (on) or not sent (off) to the SUB bus.
3 SUB slider (V3.0 and later)
Determines the amount of signal sent from the selected channel to the SUB bus.
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SEND FROM screen
Adjusting the SEND FROM level
1. Touch the ON button for the input channels
that you want to send.
2. Touch the send pan slider, and then use the
[TOUCH AND TURN] knob to adjust the pan
of the input channel signal that is sent.
3. Drag the send level sliders to adjust the
amount of input channel signal that is sent.
Allows you to send signals from the each channels.
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ON button
Send pan slider
Send level slider
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1 ON button
Determines whether a signal is sent (on) or not sent (off) from the corresponding each
channel.
2 Send pan slider
Adjusts the pan of the input channel signal that is sent.
For AUX1–AUX8 and MATRIX1–MATRIX4, this is displayed only if the signal type is set
to STEREO.
Not displayed for FX1L–FX2R.
3 Send level slider
Determines the amount of signal sent from the corresponding each channel.
4 Pre button
Allows you to select whether the signal sent from the input channel is from before or
after the fader.
On: Before the fader
Off: After the fader
Not displayed for MATRIX 1–4.
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Configuration screens
Adjusting the send level from AUX channels, STEREO channels, and SUB
channel to a MATRIX channel (V2.5 and later)
SEND FROM screen menu
Press the Menu key (
1. Touch the ON button for the AUX channel, STEREO channel, or SUB channel that
you want to send. (It is turned on by default.)
2. Drag the send level sliders to adjust the amount of AUX channel, STEREO channel,
and SUB channel signal that is sent.
3. When a MATRIX channel is set to "Stereo", the PAN slider can be used to pan the
sound. (V3.5 and later)
) from the SEND FROM screen to display the following options.
1 All Pre
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PAN slider
Turns on all Pre buttons.
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Sets all SEND levels to nominal (0 dB).
4 Dup. STEREO (V2.0 and later)
Duplicate STEREO. Copies each channel's fader
level and applies it to the SEND level.
5 Copy (V4.0 and later)
Send level slider
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Copies the SEND level for the selected AUX/
MATRIX channel.
6 Paste (V4.0 and later)
Pastes the SEND level you copied to the selected
AUX/MATRIX channel.
NOTE
• You can send the post-on signal of an AUX channel, STEREO channel, or SUB channel to a MATRIX
channel.
• Left and right channel SEND levels can be adjusted independently for stereo channels such as AUX 9/
10 and STEREO.
• When a MATRIX channel is set to "Stereo", the PAN slider becomes a BAL (balance) slider for the
stereo channel (V3.5 and later).
• To switch between "Stereo" and "MONOx2" for a MATRIX channel, use the settings on the BUS SETUP
screen, located in the SETUP screen. (page 33)
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Configuration screens
DCA ASSIGN screen
Assigning channels to a DCA group
1. Press the [INPUT1] and [INPUT2] buttons on the top panel simultaneously to display
the GROUP channels.
2. Press a [SEL] button on the top panel that corresponds to the DCA group that you
want to configure.
3. Touch the DCA buttons that correspond to the channels you want to assign to the
group. (You can select multiple channels.)
Allows you to group channels together by assigning them to DCA groups.
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1 Channel display area
Displays the channels that are assigned to the current DCA group.
2 DCA ASSIGN buttons
Allow you to select which channels are assigned to the current DCA group.
Selected channels are highlighted.
DCA ASSIGN screen menu
3 CH VIEW button
Press the Menu key (
Displays the CH VIEW screen. (page 76)
) from the DCA ASSIGN screen to display the following options.
1 Clear All
4 Recall Safe button (V1.1 and later)
Removes all channels from the group.
Turns recall safe on and off for the corresponding channel.
You can display the RECALL SAFE screen by touching the jump button in the right corner
of the Recall Safe button.
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DCA roll out
You can assign DCA groups 1–8 to the last 8 channel strips on the right side of the console's
top panel.
(TF5: channel strips 25–32; TF3: 17–24; TF1: 9–16)
You can then assign the channels of a DCA group to the channel strips on the left side of the
console's top panel by pressing the corresponding DCA group's [SEL] key.
(TF5: channel strips 1–24; TF3: 1–16; TF1: 1–8)
The number of channels in the group that will be assigned to the channels strips depends on
the model number. For the TF5 console, the 24 lowest numbered channels in the group are
assigned; the lowest 16 for the TF 3, and the lowest 8 for the TF1.
This feature allows you to manipulate the channels strips for both the DCA group master and
the group's "member" channels at the same time.
Member channels of selected DCA group
assigned to these channel strips
DCA groups 1–8
assigned to these
channel strips
NOTE
For TF-RACK, this item is displayed only in the OVERVIEW screen. The channels assigned to the faders
are the same as for the TF1.
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5 DELAY setting
DELAY screen (V2.5 and later)
Sets the delay for signals output from MATRIX channels and the delay for signals input to the
ST IN channel (V4.0 and later).
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Determines the delay time by specifying frames, distance (meters or feet) or time
(milliseconds). Touch a text box to display the keyboard and enter a value.
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Turns the DELAY on and off.
2 Display selection button (V3.5 and later)
When a MATRIX channel is set to "Stereo", select the MATRIX channel that will display
the parameters.
Two buttons are always displayed for the ST IN channel (V4.0 and later).
3 LR Link button (V3.5 and later)
If the MATRIX channel is set to stereo, the DELAY on/off and delay time operations for
the left/right channels will be linked together when this is turned on. When the delay
times are set to a different value, the delay times will operate in linked mode,
maintaining the time difference.
The LR Link button is always displayed for the ST IN channel (V4.0 and later).
NOTE
For MATRIX channels, this button is displayed only when the channel is set to stereo. Switch between
Stereo and MONOx2 using the BUS SETUP screen, located in the SETUP screen. (page 33)
4 DELAY slider
Allows you to adjust the delay time.
Delay time is displayed in frames, meters, feet, or ms (milliseconds).
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Maintenance screen
Initialize All Memory screen
Allows you to access maintenance features.
Resets the console's memory, including Scene memory and Libraries, to the factory default
settings.
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1 Displays the Initialize All Memory screen.
2 Displays the Initialize Current Memory screen. (page 94)
3 Displays the Initialize NY64-D screen. (page 94) (V3.0 and later)
4 Displays the Input Port Trim screen. (page 95)
5 Displays the Output Port Trim screen. (page 95)
6 Displays the Fader Calibration screen. (page 96) (TF5/TF3/TF1)
7 Displays the Channel Color Calibration screen. (page 97) (TF5/TF3/TF1)
8 Closes the maintenance screen.
1 INITIALIZE button
Initializes the internal memory.
The following data is initialized: all Scene data, all Preset data, mixing data, and setup
data.
Touch to display the confirmation message. Touch the OK button to perform the
operation.
Do not touch any buttons until the initialization is complete.
When initialization is complete, you can continue to use other maintenance features
without exiting.
Using the maintenance screen
1. Turn on the console while pressing the Home key (
).
The maintenance screen is displayed.
Touch the button that corresponds to the desired maintenance feature.
Touch the Exit button to exit the maintenance mode.
NOTE
• When initializing the internal memory, all data stored in the memory will be lost. Use caution when
performing this operation.
• The internal clock and network settings are not initialized by this operation.
• If an NY64-D is installed, we recommend you turn the TF series console off and on again so the
console will be set up correctly with the connected Dante devices.
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Initialize Current Memory screen
Initialize NY64-D screen (V3.0 and later)
Resets the console's current memory to the factory default settings. Scene memory and
Libraries are not reset.
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Resets the settings of the NY64-D installed in the expansion slot. After initializing, in
order to reconfigure the connected Dante device, we recommend first turning the TF
series console off and then on again.
1 INITIALIZE button
Initializes the current memory.
The following data is initialized: mixing data and setup data.
Touch to display the confirmation message. Touch the OK button to perform the
operation.
Do not touch any buttons until the initialization is complete.
When initialization is complete, you can continue to use other maintenance features
without exiting.
NOTE
• A NY64-D card will be initialized even if Dante Device Lock has been enabled for it. In this case, Dante
Device Lock will be disabled after the card is initialized.
• The domain enrollment for the Dante Domain Manager will be canceled (available from V3.6).
• A label will be written to the Dante Channel Label for Receive/Transmit on the NY64-D corresponding
to the TF's I/O channels (available from V3.6).
NOTE
When initializing the current memory, all data in the current memory will be lost. Use caution when
performing this operation.
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Maintenance screen
Input Port Trim screen
Output Port Trim screen
Allows you to adjust the gain of each INPUT jack in 0.01 dB increments.
Allows you to adjust the gain of each OMNI OUT jack in 0.01 dB increments.
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1 OMNI OUT jack selection buttons
Select the INPUT jack that you want to configure here.
Select the button that corresponds to the INPUT jack you want to configure, and then
use the [TOUCH AND TURN] knob to adjust the value.
After making adjustments, start up the console as usual.
2 Reset All button
Select the OMNI OUT jack that you want to configure here.
Select the button that corresponds to the OMNI OUT jack you want to configure, and
then use the [TOUCH AND TURN] knob to adjust the value.
After making adjustments, start up the console as usual.
2 Reset All button
Resets all values to 0.00 dB. The factory default setting is also 0.00 dB.
Touch to display the confirmation message. Touch the OK button to perform the
operation.
Resets all values to 0.00 dB. The factory default setting is also 0.00 dB.
Touch to display the confirmation message. Touch the OK button to perform the
operation.
NOTE
NOTE
When the reset is complete, you can continue to use other maintenance features without exiting.
When the reset is complete, you can continue to use other maintenance features without exiting.
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Fader Calibration screen (TF5/TF3/TF1)
Calibrating the faders
In some usage environments, discrepancies may occur in the motion of the motor faders. You
can use this screen to correct these discrepancies
1. Press the [SEL] key on the top panel that corresponds to the fader you want to
calibrate.
2. Touch the START button on the FADER CALIBRATION MODE screen.
3. Touch the OK button when the confirmation message is displayed.
4. When calibration has finished, touch the APPLY button.
5. Touch the Exit button in the maintenance menu and start up the console as usual.
NOTE
• This feature automatically calibrates the specified fader (channel strip or master section fader).
• When calibration is complete, you can continue to use other maintenance features without exiting.
If a fader must be calibrated again
If a fader must be calibrated again, the [ON] or [CUE] key of the corresponding fader will flash.
Use the following procedure to recalibrate.
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Starts the calibration.
Touch to display the confirmation message. Touch the OK button to perform the
operation.
2 Cancel button
Stops the calibration.
3 Apply button
1. When the message "Found faders requiring adjustment. Please calibrate faders again."
is displayed, touch the Close button to close the popup.
2. Touch the Apply button displayed on the screen.
[SEL] key of a fader that must be calibrated lights.
3. Slide the corresponding fader to the highest and lowest positions several times.
Make sure the fader's slide action is smooth and not getting stuck.
4. Perform the procedure described in "Calibrating the faders" beginning at step 2.
If you perform this procedure multiple times and the popup message is still displayed, contact
your Yamaha dealer.
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Channel Color Calibration screen (TF5/TF3/TF1)
You can adjust the colors of the LEDs as desired. LED colors are adjusted one at a time.
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Adjusting channel colors
1. Press the [SEL] key on the top panel that corresponds to the channel color you want
to adjust.
2. Touch a color button to choose a color.
3. While comparing the [SEL] you selected with the other indicators on the top panel,
use the [TOUCH AND TURN] knob or the [USER DEFINED KNOBS] B, C, and D to
adjust the color.
4. When finished, touch the Apply button to apply the settings.
5. Touch the Exit button in the maintenance menu and start up the console as usual.
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Only one channel color can be adjusted at a time.
The Apply button is only displayed after you begin adjusting the channel's color.
To reset all channel color's to their factory default values, touch the Reset All button.
When the reset is complete, you can continue to use other maintenance features without exiting.
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Allow you to select a color.
2 RGB knobs
Allow you to adjust the color.
3 Apply button
Applies the settings and exits.
4 Reset All button
Starts the calibration.
Touch to display the confirmation message. Touch the OK button to perform the
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Reference
Reference
List of parameters saved in Scenes and Presets
CH 1–40
Channel Library Recall*3
Can use Scene Recall Safe
Recall CH
(Exclude)
(All)
Gain
+48V
Φ
Digital Gain
HA
Input Select
Channel Name
Category, Color, Icon
Stereo Link
ON
Direct Out*1
Point
HPF
PEQ
GATE*1
*1
COMP
*4
Automixer
Automixer Group Bypass*5
Level
Pan
TO AUX
ON
Pre
Level
ON
TO FX
Pre
Assign
TO ST
Pan
Level
TO SUB
ON
ON
Fader
DCA Assign
Mute Assign*6
Mute Safe
Recall Safe
CUE
*1
*2
*3
*4
*5
*6
HA
Input
Select
O
O
O
O
Recall EQ
Name
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
Recall
Gate
Recall
Comp
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
Scene
All
HA
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
Input
Select
Processing
Send To
Fader
On
Name
Stereo
Link
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O*2
O*2
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
CH 1–32 only
Only parameters are linked. (Gain reduction control is not linked.)
Libraries created for CH 1–32 cannot recall to CH 33–40. Similarly, libraries created for CH 33–40 cannot recall to CH 1–32.
CH1–8 only (V3.5 and later). AUTOMIXER parameters will not be updated when recalling libraries in CH1–8 that were created for CH9 and up.
Automixer Group Bypass settings are not included in library or scene settings (V4.0 and later).
Mute Group Master On/Off settings are not included in library or scene settings (V4.0 and later).
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ST IN 1, ST IN 2
Channel Library Recall
Can use Scene Recall Safe
Recall CH
(Exclude)
(All)
HA
HA
Recall EQ
Input
Select
Name
Scene
All
HA
Φ
O
O
O
O
O
O
Digital Gain
O
O
O
O
O
O
O*1
O
O
Input
Select
Processing
Send To
Fader
On
Name
Stereo
Link
O
O*1
O*1
Channel Name
O
O
O
O
O
O
Category, Color, Icon
O
O
O
O
O
O
PEQ
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
Delay
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O*3
Level
O
O
Pan
O
O
ON
O
Pre
O
Level
Input Select
TO AUX
TO FX
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
ON
O
O
O
O
Pre
O
O
O
O
Assign
O
O
O
O
O
O
Balance
O
O
O
O
O
O
Level
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
ON
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
ON
O
O
Fader
O
O
DCA Assign
O
O
O
O
O
O
TO ST
TO SUB
Mute
Assign*2
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
Mute Safe
O
Recall Safe
O
CUE
O
*1
*2
*3
Input Select can only recall Libraries for the same channel.
Mute Group Master On/Off settings are not included in library or scene settings (V4.0 and later).
The Stereo link can also be disabled (V4.0 and later).
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FX 1, FX 2
Channel Library Recall
Can use Scene Recall Safe
Recall CH
(All)
(Exclude)
FX
Recall FX
Recall EQ
Scene
With
Send*1
All
FX
Processing
Send To
Fader
On
Name
Stereo
Link
Name
Channel Name
O
O
O
O
O
O
Category, Color, Icon
O
O
O
O
O
O
FX
O
O
O
PEQ
O
O
O
Level
O
O
Pan
O
O
ON
O
Pre
O
TO AUX
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
Assign
O
O
O
O
O
Balance
O
O
O
O
O
Level
O
O
O
O
O
O
ON
O
O
O
O
O
O
ON
O
O
Fader
O
O
DCA Assign
O
O
O
Mute Assign*2
O
O
O
TO ST
TO SUB
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
Mute Safe
O
Recall Safe
O
CUE
O
*1
*2
For With Send, TO FX signals from CH 1–40, ST IN 1, and ST IN 2 can be recall safe.
Mute Group Master On/Off settings are not included in library or scene settings (V4.0 and later).
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AUX
Channel Library Recall
Recall CH
(All)
Can use Scene Recall Safe
*4
Recall
EQ
(Exclude)
GEQ*1
FX*2
Recall
GEQ*1
Recall
COMP*1
Recall
FX*2
Scene
With
Send
All
FX*2
GEQ*1
Processing
Fader
On
Gain/Φ
Name
Stereo
Link
O*2
Name
Channel Name
O
O
O
O
O
O
Category, Color, Icon
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
*1
Signal Type
Pre Fader Send Point*5
Pan Link
O
O
O
O
PEQ
O
O
O
O
GEQ*1
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
Level
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
ON
O
O
O
O
O
O
ON
O
O
Fader
O
O
TO SUB*5
Send From
OUTPUT
O
O
O
O*3
O
COMP
TO ST Assign
O
O
O
O
Ins FX*2
*2
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
Level
O
O
O
Pan
O
O
O
ON
O
O
O
Pre
O
O
O
Balance
O
O
O
O
O
O
Out Gain
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
Φ
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
Recall Safe
O
CUE
O
*1
*2
*3
*4
*5
AUX 1–8 only
AUX 9/10–19/20 only
Only when L/R LINK for GEQ is turned on
Libraries created for AUX 1–8 cannot recall to AUX 9/10–19/20. Similarly, libraries created for AUX 9/10–19/20 cannot recall to AUX 1–8.
V3.5 and later
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STEREO, SUB
Channel Library Recall
Can use Scene Recall Safe
Recall CH
(All)
(Exclude)
GEQ*1
Recall EQ
Recall
GEQ*1
Recall
COMP
Scene
With
Send*2
All
GEQ*1
Processing
Fader
On
Gain/Φ
Name
Stereo
Link*1
Name
Channel Name
O
O
O
O
O
O
Category, Color, Icon
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
ON
O
O
Fader
O
O
O
O
STEREO/SUB Level Link*2
O
O*2
O*2
-
*2
O
LPF
PEQ
O
*1
GEQ
O
COMP
O
Send From*2
OUTPUT
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
Level
O
O*5
ON
O
O*5
O
O
O
O*3
O
O
O
O
O
Balance*1
O
O
O
O
O
Out Gain
O
O
O
O
O
O
Φ
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
Recall Safe
O
CUE
O
*1
*2
*3
*4
*5
STEREO only
SUB only
Only when L/R LINK for GEQ is turned on
Libraries created for STEREO cannot recall CH/EQ to SUB. Similarly, libraries created for SUB cannot recall CH/EQ to STEREO.
Send From AUX9 to AUX20 settings were added (V3.0 and later).
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MATRIX (V2.5 and later)
Channel Library Recall
Recall CH
(All)
(Exclude)
Recall EQ
Can use Scene Recall Safe
Scene
With
Send
All
FX
GEQ
Processing
Fader
On
Gain/Φ
Name
Stereo
Link
Name
Channel Name
O
O
O
O
Category, Color, Icon
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O*1
ON
O
O
Fader
O
O
Signal Type
PEQ
O
O
DELAY
O
O
Send From
OUTPUT
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
Level
O
O
O
Pan/Balance
O
O
O
ON
O
O
O
Balance
O
O
O
O
Out Gain
O
O
O
O
O
O
Φ
O
O
O
O
O
Recall Safe
O
CUE
O
*1
When L/R Link for DELAY is on
DCA
Can use Scene Recall Safe
Scene
All
Channel Name
O
O
Category, Color, Icon
O
O
ON
O
O
Fader
O
O
DCA Assign
O
O
Fader
On
Name
O
O
O
O
Recall Safe
CUE
OMNI OUT
OMNI OUT Patch
Scene
Can use Scene Recall Safe
O
O (All OMNI OUT)
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Access limitation parameter list
CH1-40
CH1-40
HA
Input Select
Processing
Send To
Fader/ON
Name
High Level
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
Mid Level
O
O
O
O
O
X
O
Low Level
X
X
X
X
O
X
X
ST IN
ST IN 1-2
HA
Input Select
Processing
Send To
Fader/ON
Name
Other
High Level
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
Mid Level
O
X
O
O
O
X
O
Low Level
X
X
X
X
O
X
X
With Send
FX
Processing
Send To
Fader/ON
Name
Other
O
FX RTN
FX RTN 1-2
High Level
O
O
O
O
O
O
Mid Level
O
O
O
O
O
X
X
Low Level
X
X
X
X
O
X
X
Fader/ON
Gain/Φ
Name
DCA
DCA 1-8
Fader/ON
Name
DCA Assign
High Level
O
O
O
Mid Level
O
X
X
Low Level
O
X
X
With Send
FX
GEQ
Processing
High Level
O
–
O
O
O
O
O
O
Mid Level
O
–
O
O
O
X
X
O
OUTPUT
AUX1-8
AUX9/10-19/20
STEREO
SUB
MATRIX1-4
Other
Other
Low Level
X
–
X
X
O
X
X
X
High Level
O
O
–
O
O
O
O
O
Mid Level
O
O
–
O
O
X
X
O
Low Level
X
X
–
X
O
X
X
X
High Level
–
–
O
O
O
O
O
O
Mid Level
–
–
X
X
O
X
X
X
Low Level
–
–
X
X
O
X
X
X
High Level
O
–
–
O
O
O
O
–
Mid Level
O
–
–
X
O
X
X
–
Low Level
X
–
–
X
O
X
X
–
High Level
O
–
–
O
O
O
O
O
Mid Level
X
–
–
X
X
X
X
X
Low Level
X
–
–
X
X
X
X
X
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GENERAL
Scene A
Scene B
Library A
Library B
Setup
Other
High Level
Mid Level
Low Level
Store
O
O
X
Recall
O
O
O
Store
O
O
X
Recall
O
O
O
Store
O
O
X
Recall
O
O
X
Store
O
O
X
Recall
O
O
X
+48V Master
O
X
X
Bus Setup
O
O
X
Brightness
O
O
O
Custom Fader Bank
O
O
X
File Load
O
X
X
Network
X
X
X
OMNI OUT Patch
O
X
X
Preference
O
O
O
Recall Safe
O
X
X
Slot Setup
O
X
X
Time
X
X
X
User Defined Control
O
X
X
Automixer Group
Bypass
O
O
O
Monitor Delay
O
X
X
Mute Group Name
O
X
X
Mute Group Master
O
O
O
Mute Safe
O
X
X
Oscillator
O
O
X
Stereo Link
O
O
X
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Quick Config Input and input channel relationships
Tio1608-D: TF INPUT
Tio1608-D UNIT ID 1: INPUT1
SLOT: TF INPUT CHANNEL
SLOT IN 1
TF OUTPUT CHANNEL: SLOT
CH1 Input Select
CH1 Direct Out
SLOT OUT 1
Tio1608-D: TF OUTPUT
No connection
Tio1608-D UNIT ID 1: INPUT2
SLOT IN 2
CH2 Input Select
CH2 Direct Out
SLOT OUT 2
No connection
Tio1608-D UNIT ID 1: INPUT3
SLOT IN 3
CH3 Input Select
CH3 Direct Out
SLOT OUT 3
No connection
Tio1608-D UNIT ID 1: INPUT4
SLOT IN 4
CH4 Input Select
CH4 Direct Out
SLOT OUT 4
No connection
Tio1608-D UNIT ID 1: INPUT5
SLOT IN 5
CH5 Input Select
CH5 Direct Out
SLOT OUT 5
No connection
Tio1608-D UNIT ID 1: INPUT6
SLOT IN 6
CH6 Input Select
CH6 Direct Out
SLOT OUT 6
No connection
Tio1608-D UNIT ID 1: INPUT7
SLOT IN 7
CH7 Input Select
CH7 Direct Out
SLOT OUT 7
No connection
Tio1608-D UNIT ID 1: INPUT8
SLOT IN 8
CH8 Input Select
CH8 Direct Out
SLOT OUT 8
No connection
Tio1608-D UNIT ID 1: INPUT9
SLOT IN 9
CH9 Input Select
CH9 Direct Out
SLOT OUT 9
No connection
Tio1608-D UNIT ID 1: INPUT10
SLOT IN 10
CH10 Input Select
CH10 Direct Out
SLOT OUT 10
No connection
Tio1608-D UNIT ID 1: INPUT11
SLOT IN 11
CH11 Input Select
CH11 Direct Out
SLOT OUT 11
No connection
Tio1608-D UNIT ID 1: INPUT12
SLOT IN 12
CH12 Input Select
CH12 Direct Out
SLOT OUT 12
No connection
Tio1608-D UNIT ID 1: INPUT13
SLOT IN 13
CH13 Input Select
CH13 Direct Out
SLOT OUT 13
No connection
Tio1608-D UNIT ID 1: INPUT14
SLOT IN 14
CH14 Input Select
CH14 Direct Out
SLOT OUT 14
No connection
Tio1608-D UNIT ID 1: INPUT15
SLOT IN 15
CH15 Input Select
CH15 Direct Out
SLOT OUT 15
No connection
Tio1608-D UNIT ID 1: INPUT16
SLOT IN 16
CH16 Input Select
CH16 Direct Out
SLOT OUT 16
No connection
Tio1608-D UNIT ID 2: INPUT1
SLOT IN 17
CH17 Input Select
CH17 Direct Out
SLOT OUT 17
No connection
Tio1608-D UNIT ID 2: INPUT2
SLOT IN 18
CH18 Input Select
CH18 Direct Out
SLOT OUT 18
No connection
Tio1608-D UNIT ID 2: INPUT3
SLOT IN 19
CH19 Input Select
CH19 Direct Out
SLOT OUT 19
No connection
Tio1608-D UNIT ID 2: INPUT4
SLOT IN 20
CH20 Input Select
CH20 Direct Out
SLOT OUT 20
No connection
Tio1608-D UNIT ID 2: INPUT5
SLOT IN 21
CH21 Input Select
CH21 Direct Out
SLOT OUT 21
No connection
Tio1608-D UNIT ID 2: INPUT6
SLOT IN 22
CH22 Input Select
CH22 Direct Out
SLOT OUT 22
No connection
Tio1608-D UNIT ID 2: INPUT7
SLOT IN 23
CH23 Input Select
CH23 Direct Out
SLOT OUT 23
No connection
Tio1608-D UNIT ID 2: INPUT8
SLOT IN 24
CH24 Input Select
CH24 Direct Out
SLOT OUT 24
No connection
Tio1608-D UNIT ID 2: INPUT9
SLOT IN 25
CH25 Input Select
CH25 Direct Out
SLOT OUT 25
No connection
Tio1608-D UNIT ID 2: INPUT10
SLOT IN 26
CH26 Input Select
CH26 Direct Out
SLOT OUT 26
No connection
Tio1608-D UNIT ID 2: INPUT11
SLOT IN 27
CH27 Input Select
CH27 Direct Out
SLOT OUT 27
No connection
Tio1608-D UNIT ID 2: INPUT12
SLOT IN 28
CH28 Input Select
CH28 Direct Out
SLOT OUT 28
No connection
Tio1608-D UNIT ID 2: INPUT13
SLOT IN 29
CH29 Input Select
CH29 Direct Out
SLOT OUT 29
No connection
Tio1608-D UNIT ID 2: INPUT14
SLOT IN 30
CH30 Input Select
CH30 Direct Out
SLOT OUT 30
No connection
Tio1608-D UNIT ID 2: INPUT15
SLOT IN 31
CH31 Input Select
CH31 Direct Out
SLOT OUT 31
No connection
Tio1608-D UNIT ID 2: INPUT16
SLOT IN 32
CH32 Input Select
CH32 Direct Out
SLOT OUT 32
No connection
Tio1608-D UNIT ID 3: INPUT1*1
SLOT IN 33
CH33 Input Select*1
AUX1 Output
SLOT OUT 33
Tio1608-D UNIT ID 1: OUTPUT1
Tio1608-D UNIT ID 3: INPUT2*1
SLOT IN 34
CH34 Input Select*1
AUX2 Output
SLOT OUT 34
Tio1608-D UNIT ID 1: OUTPUT2
Tio1608-D UNIT ID 3: INPUT3*1
SLOT IN 35
CH35 Input Select*1
AUX3 Output
SLOT OUT 35
Tio1608-D UNIT ID 1: OUTPUT3
*1
SLOT IN 36
*1
AUX4 Output
SLOT OUT 36
Tio1608-D UNIT ID 1: OUTPUT4
INPUT5*1
SLOT IN 37
Select*1
AUX5 Output
SLOT OUT 37
Tio1608-D UNIT ID 1: OUTPUT5
*1
Tio1608-D UNIT ID 3: INPUT4
Tio1608-D UNIT ID 3:
CH36 Input Select
CH37 Input
*1
Tio1608-D UNIT ID 3: INPUT6
SLOT IN 38
CH38 Input Select
AUX6 Output
SLOT OUT 38
Tio1608-D UNIT ID 1: OUTPUT6
Tio1608-D UNIT ID 3: INPUT7*1
SLOT IN 39
CH39 Input Select*1
AUX7 Output
SLOT OUT 39
Tio1608-D UNIT ID 2: OUTPUT1
Tio1608-D UNIT ID 3: INPUT8*1
SLOT IN 40
CH40 Input Select*1
AUX8 Output
SLOT OUT 40
Tio1608-D UNIT ID 2: OUTPUT2
*1
No connection for TF1, TF-RACK.
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Tio1608-D: TF INPUT
SLOT: TF INPUT CHANNEL
TF OUTPUT CHANNEL: SLOT
Tio1608-D: TF OUTPUT
No connection
SLOT IN 41
No connection
AUX9 Output
SLOT OUT 41
Tio1608-D UNIT ID 2: OUTPUT3
No connection
SLOT IN 42
No connection
AUX10 Output
SLOT OUT 42
Tio1608-D UNIT ID 2: OUTPUT4
No connection
SLOT IN 43
No connection
AUX11 Output
SLOT OUT 43
Tio1608-D UNIT ID 2: OUTPUT5
No connection
SLOT IN 44
No connection
AUX12 Output
SLOT OUT 44
Tio1608-D UNIT ID 2: OUTPUT6
No connection
SLOT IN 45
No connection
AUX13 Output
SLOT OUT 45
Tio1608-D UNIT ID 3: OUTPUT1
No connection
SLOT IN 46
No connection
AUX14 Output
SLOT OUT 46
Tio1608-D UNIT ID 3: OUTPUT2
No connection
SLOT IN 47
No connection
AUX15 Output
SLOT OUT 47
Tio1608-D UNIT ID 3: OUTPUT3
No connection
SLOT IN 48
No connection
AUX16 Output
SLOT OUT 48
Tio1608-D UNIT ID 3: OUTPUT4
No connection
SLOT IN 49
No connection
AUX17 Output
SLOT OUT 49
Tio1608-D UNIT ID 3: OUTPUT5
No connection
SLOT IN 50
No connection
AUX18 Output
SLOT OUT 50
Tio1608-D UNIT ID 3: OUTPUT6
No connection
SLOT IN 51
No connection
AUX19 Output
SLOT OUT 51
Tio1608-D UNIT ID 3: OUTPUT7
No connection
SLOT IN 52
No connection
AUX20 Output
SLOT OUT 52
Tio1608-D UNIT ID 3: OUTPUT8
No connection
SLOT IN 53
No connection
MATRIX1 OUT (V2.5 and later)
SLOT OUT 53
No connection
No connection
SLOT IN 54
No connection
MATRIX2 OUT (V2.5 and later)
SLOT OUT 54
No connection
No connection
SLOT IN 55
No connection
MATRIX3 OUT (V2.5 and later)
SLOT OUT 55
No connection
No connection
SLOT IN 56
No connection
MATRIX4 OUT (V2.5 and later)
SLOT OUT 56
No connection
No connection
SLOT IN 57
No connection
No connection
SLOT IN 58
No connection
STEREO L Output
SLOT OUT 57
Tio1608-D UNIT ID 1: OUTPUT7,
Tio1608-D UNIT ID 2: OUTPUT7
STEREO R Output
SLOT OUT 58
Tio1608-D UNIT ID 1: OUTPUT8
Tio1608-D UNIT ID 2: OUTPUT8
No connection
No connection
SLOT IN 59
No connection
No connection
SLOT IN 60
No connection
No connection
SLOT IN 61
No connection
SUB Output
SLOT OUT 59
No connection
SLOT IN 62
No connection
No connection
SLOT OUT 60
No connection
No connection
SLOT IN 63
ST IN 2L Input Select
MONITOR L Output
SLOT OUT 61
No connection
No connection
SLOT IN 64
ST IN 2R Input Select
MONITOR R Output
SLOT OUT 62
No connection
No connection
SLOT OUT 63
No connection
No connection
SLOT OUT 64
No connection
* When quick config is turned off, this table also applies for mixer SLOT channels.
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Warnings and error messages
Message
Item Already Exists. Replace it?
Message
Description
Displayed when you are about to store (overwrite) a Library.
Description
Unsupported File Format!
You tried to read an unsupported file format from the USB memory.
Storage Not Found!
The USB memory could not be recognized.
Couldn't Write File.
The file could not be saved to the USB memory.
File Protected!
Could not overwrite the file on the USB memory because the file is
write-protected.
Already Exists!
The name of the directory you tried to create matches the name of an
existing directory.
This message may also be displayed when editing a file or directory
name.
File Already Exists, Replace it?
When using Save As, the name of the file you tried to save was the
same name as an existing file.
Displayed when you are about to save (overwrite) data.
Exceed Maximum Number!
Library A:XXXX items, Library B:XXXX
items
The Library exceeds the maximum number of items and cannot be
loaded.
File System is Not Ready. This
Operation can Overwrite Existing Files
or Directories.
You tried to start recording immediately after connecting a USB storage
device (i.e., while a list was being generated). You tried to change the
name of a file or directory.
Couldn't Access File.
Could not access the file on the USB memory for some reason.
File Error!
An internal file access error occurred.
Over Current Error! This USB Device is
Not Supported. Please Disconnect.
The USB device was disconnected because overcurrent was detected in
the USB connection.
Format Error!
An error occurred during formatting.
Tio OUTPUT is in Use by Another TF.
"with OUTPUT" in Quick Config is
Turned off.
The OUTPUT of the Tio1608-D is already in use by a console using
Quick Config, therefore the "with OUTPUT" in Quick Config was turned
off for this console.
Loading Title List.
Loading audio file from USB Recorder (V4.0 and later).
USB Storage Unmounted! Recorder
Stopped.
Recording stopped because the USB memory was removed during
recording.
Operation Failed!
An error occurred during the operation. (This is a general error.)
Less severe than "Unknown".
(Between "Unknown" and "Ignore".)
USB Storage Full! Recorder Stopped.
Recording stopped because the USB memory became full during
recording.
Invalid Name!
Name violates naming convention.
If the number of audio files to be loaded by the Recorder, including the
number of folders, exceeds 150 (V4.0 and later).
Operation Ignored.
The feature assigned to the knob was not operated. The operation had
no effect.
This message refers to Tips operations for User Defined Knobs.
This message is displayed when the feature assigned to a User Defined
Knob cannot be operated.
Recorder supports a maximum of 150
items in a folder. Please remove some
files from this folder to continue.
USB Storage Busy: Recorder Stopped!
Recording or playback stopped because time is required for a USB
storage device process.
SCENE #XX is Empty!
No data is stored in the Scene you tried to recall, or the data is
damaged.
Illegal Storage Format! Format USB
Device with the Other USB Port.
A USB memory device with an allocation unit size under 4096 bytes
was connected. If you record in this situation, the format may become
damaged.
SCENE #XX is Read Only!
You tried to overwrite a Scene that is write-protected.
Low Battery!
The backup battery's voltage is low.
Illegal IP Address!
The IP address setting or gateway setting is incorrect.
USB Sample Rate Mismatch on USB.
Console:44100Hz
The same rates of the console and the computer that is connected to
the USB TO HOST connector are different. (Console: 44.1 kHz, PC; 48
kHz)
Set the sample rate of the computer to 44.1 kHz.
USB Sample Rate Mismatch on USB.
Console:48000Hz
The same rates of the console and the computer that is connected to
the USB TO HOST connector are different. (Console: 48kHz, PC;
44.1kHz)
Set the sample rate of the computer to 48kHz.
Two or More Devices Have Same Unit
ID!
Two or more devices connected to the NY64-D via the Dante network
have the same UNIT ID.
Dante Module Error!
An error occurred with the Dante module of the NY64-D, Tio1608-D or
other device.
Illegal Dante Module MAC Address!
The MAC address of the NY64-D is damaged and communication is not
possible.
Dante Module Memory Error!
A memory error occurred with the Dante module of the Tio1608-D or
other device.
Cannot Store!
Could not save the data in the Scene memory or in the Library.
Cannot Recall!
Could not recall the data from the Scene memory or from the Library.
Operation Failed. Library X Memory
Full.
You tried to add data when the memory was full.
A or B will be entered into X.
Wrong Word Clock! (Slot)
The sample rate setting of the NY64-D is incorrect, therefore it cannot
sync with the console.
Turn Off 1-knob Mode to Adjust.
1-knob mode is enabled; turn 1-knob mode off.
Nothing to Paste!
You tried to paste data when the copy buffer was empty.
Cannot Bookmark This Screen.
You tried to bookmark a screen that cannot be bookmarked.
Page Does not Exist.
The page does not exist.
Cannot Close This Popup.
The popup could not be closed.
Not Bookmarked.
The item is not bookmarked.
File Busy! Operation Denied.
The operation could not be performed because the USB memory was
being accessed.
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Message
Dante Audio Resource Overflow
Under Synchronization
Description
Message
An excessive amount of audio data was sent over the Dante network
connected to the NY64-D.
Settings are bring performed for a Tio1608-D on the Dante network
connected to the NY64-D.
When the Tio1608-D is in Resume mode, this message may be
displayed continuously on the SLOT SETUP screen. This is not a
malfunction.
Wrong Word Clock! (Dante Device)
The sample rate setting of a device on the Dante network connected to
the NY64-D is incorrect, therefore the device cannot sync to the NY64D.
Linked at 10/100Mbps. Check Cables
or Switches.
A switch or cable that does not support Gigabit Ethernet is connected
to the Dante network connected to the NY64-D.
Error on the Dante Primary Port
When using a redundancy network, an error has occurred on the
PRIMARY network and the SECONDARY network is being used.
Error on the Dante Secondary Port
When using a redundancy network, an error has occurred on the
SECONDARY network.
Dante Patch or Setting Modified
A setting that is different from the values determined by Quick Config
has been set, perhaps by Dante Controller.
Dante Setting Mismatch
The UNIT ID switch on the Tio1608-D panel does not match the actual
unit ID. This is displayed when you change the Tio1608-D's UNIT ID
while the Tio1608-D is locked using Dante Device Lock, or when you
change the switch after turning the unit on.
Restart Tio to Complete Quick Config
The Tio1608-D Device Config or other settings do not equal Quick
Config values. Restart the Tio1608-D.
No Option Card Installed
There is no NY64-D card installed in the expansion slot.
This message is displayed when the Quick Config button is ON and
there is no NY64-D card installed.
TF Controls First 24 Dante Devices
Found
The maximum number of I/O Racks (Tio1608-D, R series, DZR-D series,
DXS-XLF-D series, etc.) on the Dante network connected to the NY64D has been exceeded.
TF Controls HAs of Maximum of
8 Dante Devices
The maximum number of Dante devices with HA on the Dante network
connected to the NY64-D has been exceeded.
Unknown Option Card Installed!
An unsupported card has been found in the console's expansion slot.
Overcurrent Detected (Slot)
Overcurrent was detected in the card installed in the expansion slot.
Slot Communication Error!
A communication error occurred in the card installed in the expansion
slot.
Dante Module Restarted!
The Dante module of the NY64-D was restarted.
Dante Setting Error! Please Restart the
Console.
An error occurred in the Dante module of the NY64-D that requires you
to restart the console.
If this message is displayed, restart the console.
Dante I/O Device Disconnected
A Dante device was disconnected from the NY64-D.
Two or More HA Controllers may
Cause Conflict
More than one device on the Dante network can control the same
device's HA, therefore operational conflicts may occur.
This message is displayed every time the HA Control on the SLOT
SETUP screen is turned on, but it does not indicate a malfunction.
Description
Dante devices are locked. Use Dante
Controller to unlock devices.
This is displayed when you touch the Quick Config button while the
Tio1608-D or NY64-D are locked using Dante Device Lock. In this case,
patching is not performed automatically by Quick Config, but it does
not indicate a malfunction. Dante Controller (v3.10.0.19 and later) is
required to unlock the devices.
Permission Denied!
The user does not have permission to perform the operation, therefore
the operation was ignored.
Operation ignored, you are not
logged-in.
The user is not logged in, therefore the operation cannot be performed.
Incorrect password entered.
The password that was entered is incorrect.
This console is enrolled in a Dante
Domain. Quick Config is disabled.
Quick Config will be turned off, as the console was enrolled to the
Dante domain by the Dante Domain Manager.
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Index
Index
Numerics
1-knob COMP..................................
1-knob EQ .......................................
Intensity .......................................
Loudness .....................................
Vocal............................................
F
65
60
60
60
60
Fader Calibration screen.................
FADER section ...............................
File information ...............................
Footswitch.......................................
FX screen (FX1/2, InsFX1–6) .........
A
G
ACCESS PERMISSION screen ...... 45
ASSIGN screen ............................... 74
Audio file.......................................... 15
Auto CH Select................................ 25
AUTOMIXER screen ....................... 74
AUX1–AUX8 channels .................... 48
AUX9/10–19/20 channels................ 48
AUX9/10–AUX19/20.......................... 7
GainFinder ......................................
GATE screen ..................................
Gateway..........................................
GEQ screen ....................................
Group channels...............................
C
CH STRIP section ........................... 47
CH VIEW screen ............................. 76
Channel Color Calibration screen ... 97
COMP screen.................................. 65
Configuration screens ................. 5, 57
CUE................................................. 19
CUSTOM FADER BANK screen
menu .............................................. 32
O
96
49
18
29
67
57
63
41
85
49
I
Initialize (internal memory)..............
Initialize (NY64-D)...........................
Initialize All Memory screen ............
Initialize Current Memory screen ....
Input channels.................................
Input Port Trim screen ....................
INPUT screen .................................
Internal clock...................................
IP address.......................................
93
94
93
94
47
95
57
42
41
K
Keyboard screen............................. 10
D
Daylight saving time
(summer time) ................................
DCA ASSIGN screen ......................
DCA group.......................................
DELAY screen.................................
Digital gain.......................................
Direct out .........................................
Displaying configuration screens.....
L
42
90
90
92
58
77
11
E
EQ screen ....................................... 59
EQ screen menu ............................. 63
Level meter ..................................... 14
Library ............................................... 8
Library screen ................................... 8
License information......................... 43
LOGIN screen ................................. 44
M
Maintenance screen........................
MATRIX1–MATRIX4 channels .......
Menu ...............................................
METER screen................................
Metering point .................................
Monitor ............................................
MONITOR screen ...........................
MP3.................................................
93
48
10
14
14
19
19
15
U
OMNI OUT.......................................
OMNI OUT screen menu.................
Oscillator..........................................
Output Port Trim screen ..................
OUTPUT screen ..............................
OVERVIEW screen .........................
OVERVIEW screen operations........
34
34
21
95
87
47
54
P
Peak Hold ........................................ 14
Phantom power ............................... 58
Phase .............................................. 58
PHONES jack .................................. 20
Playback .......................................... 15
Playback mode ................................ 18
Preset ................................................ 8
USER ACCOUNT screen................ 44
USER DEFINED KEYS ................... 27
USER DEFINED KNOBS ................ 27
V
Version information ......................... 43
W
Warnings and error messages ...... 108
WAV ................................................ 15
R
Recall on/off checkboxes................... 8
RECORDER screen (INPUT/
OUTPUT/TITLE LIST screen) ........ 15
RECORDER screen menu .............. 19
Recording ........................................ 15
RTA display ..................................... 85
S
SAVE/LOAD screen menu ..............
Scene ..............................................
SCENE screen ................................
SCENE screen menu ......................
SEND FROM screen .......................
Send pan .........................................
SEND TO AUX screen ....................
SETUP screen.................................
Stereo channels...............................
Stereo link........................................
SUB channels..................................
Subnet mask....................................
23
11
11
13
88
88
73
22
47
57
48
41
T
Time stamp...................................... 42
Toolbar ............................................ 11
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Index
I Operations and
settings
R
A
Access
Applying access permissions ...... 46
B
Button and slider operations............ 10
C
Checking the input signals ..............
Copying and pasting channel
settings...........................................
CUSTOM FADER BANK
Recalling......................................
Custom fader bank
Configuring ..................................
20
55
32
32
D
DCA groups
Assigning channels...................... 90
E
Editing a Preset ................................. 9
Editing a Scene ............................... 12
EQ
1-knob EQ mode ......................... 61
GEQ............................................. 86
HPF ............................................. 62
LPF .............................................. 62
Manual mode............................... 61
Recall safe
Using recall safe.......................... 38
Recalling a Preset............................. 9
Recalling a Scene ........................... 12
Recording
Recording.................................... 18
S
Setting
Adjust the send level ...................
AUTOMIXER...............................
Channel colors ............................
Compressor.................................
Effects .........................................
Fader calibration .........................
Gate ............................................
Input ............................................
Insert effects................................
Oscillator .....................................
Output .........................................
PREFERENCE screen................
SEND FROM level ......................
SEND TO AUX level ...................
Stereo link, input source..............
89
75
97
66
68
96
64
16
68
21
17
26
88
73
58
F
Feature assignments
Assigning to footswitch ................ 31
Assigning to [USER DEFINED
KEYS] .......................................... 30
Assigning to [USER DEFINED
KNOBS] ....................................... 31
P
Playback
Files on USB storage device ....... 19
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Product dimensions
Product dimensions
TF5
TF3
225
599
599
225
716
866
TF1
TF1 rack mount (14U)
224
599
599
225
480
510
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Product dimensions
TF-RACK
409
374
35
22
396
368
430
132
480
Unit: mm
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INPUT 1-16, 17-24, 25-32( TF5 )
INPUT 1-16, 17-24, 1-8( TF3 )
INPUT 1-16, 1-8, 9-16( TF1 )
COMBO JACK
+
-
GAIN/TRIM
USB IN 1-32
SLOT IN 1-32
Pr e DG
Pr e HPF
EQ OUT
GATE OUT
COMP OUT
METER
METER
METER
METER
METER
GR METER
METER
GR METER
SUB LEVEL
FADER(DCA)
Φ
32
DIGITAL
GAIN
Pr e DG
Pr e HPF
Pr e EQ
GATE
COMP
Post EQ
ST
MATRIX1
MATRIX2
MATRIX3
MATRIX4
CUE L
CUE R
ST L
ST R
SUB
AUTOMIXER
CH1-8 Only
Pr e FADER
TO FX1/FX2
32
SUB
PAN
ON
4BAND
EQ
HPF
FX1
FX2
AUX1
AUX2
:
AUX8
Post ON
Automix Gain
METER
INPUT
SELECT
16
AD
USB OUT 1-32,
SLOT OUT 1-32
:
+48V
ON
DIRECT OUT
:
Pr e DG
Pr e HPF
Pr e FADER
Post ON
CH1-32
Post ON
Post PAN L
Post PAN R
Pan Link
[INPUT1-32](TF5)
[INPUT1-24](TF3)
[INPUT1-16](TF1)
AUX9
AUX10
:
AUX19
AUX20
Block diagram
SEND
ON
FX1
Pr e Fader / Post ON
TO AUX1-8
SEND
ON
AUX1
Pr e EQ / Pr e Fader / Post ON
AUX:Mono
TO AUX1-8
ON
SEND
PAN
SEND
PAN
AUX1
Pr e EQ / Pr e Fader / Post ON
AUX:Stereo
AUX2
TO AUX9/10-19/20
ON
AUX9
Pr e EQ / Pr e Fader / Post ON
AUX10
CUE
CUE
Pr e FADER
( DCA CUE 䠅
Post PAN L
Post PAN R
CH33-40 ( TF5, TF3 )
INPUT 1-8 ( TF5 )
INPUT 9-16( TF3)
USB IN 1-8
SLOT IN 33-40
8
SUB LEVEL
DIGITAL
GAIN
Pr e DG
Pr e HPF
Pr e EQ
PRE FADER
ST IN 1,2
BA
-10dBV
Same as CH1-32
TO AUX1-8
Same as CH1-32
TO AUX9/10-19/20
Same as CH1-32
CUE
Same as CH1-32
EQ OUT
METER
Pr e Fader
METER
Φ
ST IN 1R
Φ
BA
SUB LEVEL
Post ON
METER
SUB
FADER( DCA)
INPUT SELECT
ST IN 1L
AD
ST
PAN
Post ON
TO FX1/FX2
Pr e EQ
METER
Pre DG
METER
[ST IN 1]
METER
ON
2BAND
EQ
HPF
Post ON
FADER(DCA)
METER
Φ
8
EQ OUT
METER
METER
8
SUB
Pr e HPF
Pr e DG
INPUT
SELECT
DIGITAL
GAIN
ST
ON
2BAND
EQ
BAL
Post ON L+R
Pr e EQ L+R
PLAYBACK L
Pr e EQ L
PLAYBACK R
Pr e EQ R
Pr e FADER L+R
Pr e FADER L
Post ON L
Post ON R
Pr e FADER R
ON
TO FX1/FX2
SEND
FX1
Pr e Fader / Post ON L+R
[ST IN 2]
BA
ST IN 2L
AD
-10dBV
INPUT SELECT
TO AUX1-8
SEND
ON
AUX1
Pr e EQ / Pr e Fader / Post ON L+R
ST IN 2R
AUX:Mono
BA
USB IN 33
ON
SEND
PAN
ON
SEND
PAN
AUX1
AUX2
AUX1
AUX2
Pr e EQ / Pr e Fader / Post ON L
USB IN 34
Pr e EQ / Pr e Fader / Post ON R
SLOT IN 63
AUX:Stereo
SLOT IN 64
TO AUX9/10-19/20
AUX9
AUX10
AUX9
AUX10
Pr e EQ / Pr e Fader / Post ON L
Pr e EQ / Pr e Fader / Post ON R
CUE
CUE
Pr e FADER L
Pr e FADER R
( DCA CUE 䠅
Post ON L
Post ON R
FX1,2 RTN
SUB LEVEL
Pr e EQ
METER
EQ OUT
METER
SUB
Post ON
METER
FADER(DCA)
ST
ON
2BAND
EQ
FX1
BAL
Post ON L+R
Pr e FADER L+R
Pr e EQ L+R
Pr e EQ L
FX2
Pr e EQ R
Pr e FADER L
Post ON L
Post ON R
Pr e FADER R
TO AUX1-8
Same as ST IN 1,2
TO AUX9/10-19/20
Same as ST IN 1,2
CUE
Same as ST IN 1,2
TF5,3,1 Mixer Block Diagram 1/2
LEVEL ON
Sine Wave
Pink Noise
Burst Noise
CUE L
CUE R
MATRIX1
MATRIX2
MATRIX3
MATRIX4
Pr e EQ
METER
EQ OUT
METER
GEQ O UT
METER
GR METER
:
:
AUX2
ST L
ST R
SUB
STEREO
AUX1
OSC
METER
FX1
FX2
AUX9
AUX10
:
AUX19
AUX20
AUX1
AUX2
:
AUX8
OSCILLATOR
4BAND
EQ
:
AUX8
ON
AUX9
FlexG EQ
SEND
COMP
ON
AUX19
SEND
Pre Fader R
Pr e Fader L
STEREO OUT L
Φ
Φ
STEREO OUT R
Post ON R
Post ON L
TRIM
DA
CUE
TRIM
CUE
Pre Fader / Post ON L
Pr e Fader / Post ON R
ST R
DA
TRIM
LPF
DIRECT OUT 1-32
REC L
REC R
34
USB IN 1-34
[iPad]
CUE
:
:
:
SUB OUT
Φ
Post ON
Pr e Fader
MATRIX:Mono
Pr e EQ
METER
PLAYBACK L
GEQ O UT
METER
EQ OUT
METER
4BAND
EQ
PLAYBACK R
SLOT
GR METER
FlexG EQ
COMP OUT
METER FADER
Post ON
METER
ON
COMP
Same as SUB
TO MATRIX1-4
Same as SUB
CUE
8
2
EQ OUT
METER
GR METER
4BAND
EQ
DIRECT OUT 1-32 ( as SLOT OUT 1-32 )
COMP OUT
METER
PRE FADER
METER
Φ
GAIN
AUX1 OUT
AUX2 OUT
:
AUX8 OUT
Post ON
STEREO OUT L/R, SUB OUT, MO NITOR OUT
( as SLOT OUT 57,58,59,61,62 )
SUB
SEND
SLOT IN 63, 64( as ST IN 2 INPUTs )
MATRIX1-4
ST IN 1,2 Pr e FADER
FX1,2 RTN Pre FADER
AUX1-8 Pr e FADER
AUX9-20 Pr e FADER
ST, SUB Pre FADER
MATRIX1-4
Φ
AUX9 OUT
AUX10 OUT
:
AUX19 OUT
AUX20 OUT
Φ
Post ON R
Post ON L
Post ON L
Post ON R
SLOT IN 33-40 ( as CH 33-40 INPUTs: TF5, TF3 )
CH33-40 Pr e FADER( TF5, TF3 )
GAIN
Post ON L
Post ON R
SLOT IN 1-32 ( as CH 1-32 INPUTs )
CH1-32 Pr e FADER
ON
BAL
Pr e Fader R
Pr e Fader L
ST
MATRIX OUT 1-4 ( as SLOT OUT 53-56 )
Post ON
METER
FADER
INSERT
EFFECT
COMP
AUX OUT 1-20 ( as SLOT OUT 33-52 )
5
32
[OMNI OUT 16]
+4dBu
Pr e Fader
Pr e EQ
METER
4
+
-
CUE
AUX9/10-19/20
20
DA
MATRIX:Stereo
Post ON
Pr e Fader / Post ON
PLAYBACK Level
32
[OMNI OUT 3]
AUX1-8
REC R
Sample Rate
Convertor
+
-
+4dBu
GAIN
TRIM
SEND
DA
Post ON
METER
ON
TO MATRIX1-4
Post ON
CUE
METER
REC L
USB
HOST
I/F
ON
COMP OUT
METER FADER
COMP
SEND
[OMNI OUT 2]
OMNI OUT PATCH
USB I/F
PAN
GR METER
2BAND
EQ
ON
32
[USB TO HOST]
EQ OUT
METER
+
-
+4dBu
SUB
PRE LPF
METER
[OMNI OUT 1]
+4dBu
MATRIX:Stereo
Post ON R
AUX20
SUB
+
-
Post ON L
BAL
ST L
GAIN
MATRIX:Mono
Post ON R
:
Post ON
METER
ON
BAL
TO MATRIX1-4
Post ON L
AUX10
COMP OUT
METER
FADER
Same as STEREO
TO MATRIX1-4
Same as STEREO
CUE
EQ OUT
METER
Pr e EQ
METER
Pr e Fader
METER FADER
4BAND
EQ
32
Post ON
METER
ON
DELAY
Pr e Fader
8
CUE
4
GAIN
Φ
MATRIX1 OUT
MATRIX2 OUT
MATRIX3 OUT
MATRIX4 OUT
Post ON
CUE
Pr e Fader / Post ON
4
8
INPUT
SELECTOR
RTA
MONITOR / CUE
12
3
4
STEREO OUT
2
CUE LOG IC
SUB OUT
ST IN 1
ST IN 2
PLAYBACK
USB IN 33,34
ST L/R Pre FADER
AUX 1/2 Pr e FADER
AUX 3/4 Pr e FADER
AUX 5/6 Pr e FADER
AUX 7/8 Pr e FADER
MTRX 1/2 Pr e FADER
MTRX 3/4 Pr e FADER
MO NO
METER
MO NITOR LEVEL
ON
2
MONITOR
SELECT
2
MO NITOR OUT L
DELAY
MO NITOR OUT R
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
DA
DA
METER
[PHONES]
REC LEVEL
REC L
REC
SELECT
PHONES LEVEL
REC R
CUE
TF5,3,1 Mixer Block Diagram 2/2
Pr e DG
Pr e HPF
EQ OUT
GATE OUT
COMP OUT
METER
METER
METER
METER
METER
GR METER
COMBO JACK
+
-
16
AD
GAIN/TRIM
USB IN 1-32
SLOT IN 1-32
Post ON
METER
SUB LEVEL
FADER(DCA)
INPUT
SELECT
Φ
32
DIGITAL
GAIN
Pr e DG
Pr e HPF
Pr e EQ
GATE
COMP
Post EQ
MATRIX1
MATRIX2
MATRIX3
MATRIX4
CUE L
CUE R
ST L
ST R
SUB
FX1
FX2
AUTOMIXER
CH1-8 Only
Pr e FADER
TO FX1/FX2
32
ST
PAN
ON
4BAND
EQ
HPF
SUB
Automix Gain
METER
GR METER
AUX9
AUX10
:
AUX19
AUX20
AUX1
AUX2
:
AUX8
USB OUT 1-32,
SLOT OUT 1-32
:
+48V
ON
DIRECT OUT
:
Pr e DG
Pr e HPF
Pr e FADER
Post ON
CH1-32
Post ON
Post PAN L
Post PAN R
Pan Link
[INPUT1-16]
SEND
ON
FX1
Pr e Fader / Post ON
TO AUX1-8
SEND
ON
AUX1
Pr e EQ / Pr e Fader / Post ON
AUX:Mono
TO AUX1-8
ON
SEND
PAN
SEND
PAN
AUX1
Pr e EQ / Pr e Fader / Post ON
AUX:Stereo
AUX2
TO AUX9/10-19/20
ON
AUX9
Pr e EQ / Pr e Fader / Post ON
AUX10
CUE
CUE
Pr e FADER
( DCA CUE 䠅
Post PAN L
Post PAN R
ST IN 1,2
Pr e EQ
METER
Pre DG
METER
[ST IN]
Pr e Fader
METER
BA
Φ
Φ
BA
SUB LEVEL
Post ON
METER
SUB
FADER( DCA)
INPUT SELECT
AD
-10dBV
EQ OUT
METER
DIGITAL
GAIN
ST
ON
2BAND
EQ
BAL
Post ON L+R
Pr e EQ L+R
PLAYBACK L
Pr e EQ L
PLAYBACK R
Pr e EQ R
Pr e FADER L+R
Pr e FADER L
Post ON L
Post ON R
Pr e FADER R
ON
TO FX1/FX2
SEND
FX1
Pr e Fader / Post ON L+R
INPUT SELECT
TO AUX1-8
SEND
ON
AUX1
Pr e EQ / Pr e Fader / Post ON L+R
AUX:Mono
USB IN 33
ON
SEND
PAN
ON
SEND
PAN
AUX1
AUX2
AUX1
AUX2
Pr e EQ / Pr e Fader / Post ON L
USB IN 34
Pr e EQ / Pr e Fader / Post ON R
SLOT IN 63
AUX:Stereo
SLOT IN 64
TO AUX9/10-19/20
AUX9
AUX10
AUX9
AUX10
Pr e EQ / Pr e Fader / Post ON L
Pr e EQ / Pr e Fader / Post ON R
CUE
CUE
Pr e FADER L
Pr e FADER R
( DCA CUE 䠅
Post ON L
Post ON R
FX1,2 RTN
SUB LEVEL
Pr e EQ
METER
EQ OUT
METER
SUB
Post ON
METER
FADER(DCA)
ST
ON
2BAND
EQ
FX1
BAL
Post ON L+R
Pr e FADER L+R
Pr e EQ L+R
Pr e EQ L
FX2
Pr e EQ R
Pr e FADER L
Post ON L
Post ON R
Pr e FADER R
TO AUX1-8
Same as ST IN 1,2
TO AUX9/10-19/20
Same as ST IN 1,2
CUE
Same as ST IN 1,2
TF-RACK Mixer Block Diagram 1/2
LEVEL ON
Sine Wave
Pink Noise
Burst Noise
CUE L
CUE R
MATRIX1
MATRIX2
MATRIX3
MATRIX4
Pr e EQ
METER
EQ OUT
METER
GEQ O UT
METER
GR METER
:
:
AUX2
ST L
ST R
SUB
STEREO
AUX1
OSC
METER
FX1
FX2
AUX9
AUX10
:
AUX19
AUX20
AUX1
AUX2
:
AUX8
OSCILLATOR
4BAND
EQ
:
AUX8
ON
AUX9
FlexG EQ
SEND
COMP
ON
AUX19
Pre Fader R
Pr e Fader L
STEREO OUT L
Φ
Φ
STEREO OUT R
Post ON R
Post ON L
TRIM
SEND
+
-
DA
Post ON L
BAL
Post ON R
AUX20
ST L
GAIN
MATRIX:Mono
Post ON R
:
Post ON
METER
ON
BAL
TO MATRIX1-4
Post ON L
AUX10
COMP OUT
METER
FADER
CUE
CUE
Pre Fader / Post ON L
Pr e Fader / Post ON R
ST R
TRIM
+
-
DA
SUB
DIRECT OUT 1-32
REC L
PAN
REC R
USB IN 1-34
[iPad]
CUE
SEND
Post ON
SEND
TRIM
Pr e EQ
METER
PLAYBACK L
+4dBu
MATRIX:Stereo
CUE
Pr e Fader / Post ON
GEQ O UT
METER
EQ OUT
METER
GR METER
FlexG EQ
COMP OUT
METER FADER
ON
COMP
Same as SUB
TO MATRIX1-4
Same as SUB
CUE
Φ
GAIN
AUX1 OUT
AUX2 OUT
:
AUX8 OUT
Post ON
AUX9/10-19/20
Pr e EQ
METER
32
PRE FADER
METER
Post ON
METER
FADER
ON
INSERT
EFFECT
COMP
BAL
GAIN
Φ
DA
[OMNI OUT 9]
TRIM
DA
[OMNI OUT 10]
:
:
TRIM
DA
[OMNI OUT 16]
AUX9 OUT
AUX10 OUT
:
AUX19 OUT
AUX20 OUT
Φ
Post ON R
Post ON L
Pr e Fader R
Pr e Fader L
ST
MATRIX OUT 1-4 ( as SLOT OUT 53-56 )
5
32
COMP OUT
METER
AUX OUT 1-20 ( as SLOT OUT 33-52 )
4
SLOT
GR METER
4BAND
EQ
DIRECT OUT 1-32 ( as SLOT OUT 1-32 )
20
EQ OUT
METER
TRIM
Post ON
METER
Pr e Fader
PLAYBACK Level
[OMNI OUT 8]
MATRIX:Mono
Post ON
4BAND
EQ
PLAYBACK R
+
-
DA
Post ON
Pr e Fader
TO MATRIX1-4
:
SUB OUT
Φ
GAIN
AUX1-8
REC R
Sample Rate
Convertor
Post ON
METER
ON
COMP
CUE
METER
REC L
ON
COMP OUT
METER FADER
:
OMNI OUT PATCH
34
GR METER
2BAND
EQ
ON
USB I/F
USB
HOST
I/F
EQ OUT
METER
PRE LPF
METER
LPF
[USB TO HOST]
[OMNI OUT 2]
+4dBu
SUB
32
[OMNI OUT 1]
+4dBu
MATRIX:STEREO
Post ON L
Post ON R
STEREO OUT L/R, SUB OUT, MO NITOR OUT
( as SLOT OUT 57,58,59,61,62 )
SUB
SEND
SLOT IN 1-32 ( as CH 1-32 INPUTs )
Post ON L
Post ON R
2
SLOT IN 63, 64( as ST IN 2 INPUTs )
MATRIX1-4
CH1-32 Pr e FADER
ST IN 1,2 Pr e FADER
FX1,2 RTN Pre FADER
AUX1-8 Pr e FADER
AUX9-20 Pr e FADER
ST, SUB Pre FADER
MATRIX1-4
Same as STEREO
TO MATRIX1-4
Same as STEREO
CUE
EQ OUT
METER
Pr e EQ
METER
Pr e Fader
METER FADER
4BAND
EQ
32
Post ON
METER
ON
DELAY
Pr e Fader
CUE
4
GAIN
Φ
MATRIX1 OUT
MATRIX2 OUT
MATRIX3 OUT
MATRIX4 OUT
Post ON
CUE
Pr e Fader / Post ON
4
8
INPUT
SELECTOR
RTA
MONITOR / CUE
12
3
4
STEREO OUT
2
CUE LOG IC
SUB OUT
ST IN
PLAYBACK
USB IN 33,34
ST L/R Pre FADER
AUX 1/2 Pr e FADER
AUX 3/4 Pr e FADER
AUX 5/6 Pr e FADER
AUX 7/8 Pr e FADER
MTRX 1/2 Pr e FADER
MTRX 3/4 Pr e FADER
MO NO
METER
MO NITOR LEVEL
ON
2
MONITOR
SELECT
MO NITOR OUT L
DELAY
MO NITOR OUT R
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
DA
DA
METER
[PHONES]
REC LEVEL
REC L
REC
SELECT
PHONES LEVEL
REC R
CUE
TF-RACK Mixer Block Diagram 2/2
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Published 03/2019 CR-I0
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