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Full-featured, fully automated, and fully compatible, it's the Yamaha O3D Digital Mixing Console.
f youre ready for a compact, comfortably priced, full-featured digital mixer one especially made for professional project and post production studios relying on modular digital multitrack recorders such as TASCAM, ADAT, AES/EBU and YAMAHA digital formats then youre ready for the 03D Digital Mixing Console. Nestled between the popular ProMix 01 famed for bringing affordable digital mixing to the masses and the award-winning, industrystandard 02R Digital Recording Console revered for defining a new age in cost-effective professional digital mixing the rackmountable 03D is a selfcontained, 26-input/18-output fullyautomated digital mixing console in its own right, destined to set new standards of its own. The 03D features an intuitive user interface, ease of operation and a long list of essential professional engineers tools including fast 32-bit internal digital audio processing, versatile analog and digital I/O configuration with 20-bit ADs and DAs, 32-bit onboard multi-effects processors with freeze (sampling) and guitar amp simulation effects, motorized faders, fader and mute grouping, surround sound mixing, scene snapshot memories, onboard automation, MIDI remote capabilities, plus convenient cascading options which make it the ideal companion for an 02R or another 03D.

Options

CD8-TDII CD8-AT CD8-AE-S CD8-CS KIT
Options TASCAM ADAT I/O Interface Card AES/EBU YAMAHA Digital Cascade Kit*
Model CD8-TDII CD8-AT CD8-AE-S CD8-Y CD8-CS KIT
Connector D-sub 25pinx1 OPTICALx2 D-sub 25pinx1 D-sub 25pinx1 D-sub 25pinx1

Options Rack Ear

Model RK124
*.2xDigital Cascade Card, 1xD-sub Cascade Cable

+48V -16 -60 GAIN

MIX.LEVEL FB.GAIN
Streamlined but naturally intuitive, the 03D provides instant access to and easy manipulation of parameters via onboard controls or a PCcompatible mouse (optional), plus a large, backlit 320 x 240 dot fluorescent graphical display. Four userdefined switches are ideal for controlling external multitrack recorders via MMC (MIDI Machine Control).

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18 GAIN

20 F 20k

20 F 20k HPF

PRE ST PRE

ROUTING

L R ODD EVEN

E 00 F G H MUTE METER A B C D FADER
The 03D provides all the familiar features of a traditional analog mixer channel strip, plus the digital convenience and flexibility of scene storage and recall, EQ, dynamics, channel and effects libraries, full onboard automation, and much more.
Balanced analog inputs and outputs, individual phantom power switches on channels 1-8, stereo AES/EBU and coaxial digital inputs and outputs, TO HOST and MIDI terminals, YGDAI (Yamaha General Digital Audio Interface) slot and more make the 03D suitable for virtually any professional mixing application. Direct connection of a PCcompatible mouse (available separately) permits even quicker navigation and parameter editing.

26-inputs and 18-outputs with highly flexible digital I/O
The 03Ds flexible configuration of analog and digital inputs and outputs makes it suitable for a wide range of professional mixing applications. Included are 24 input channels and a fully-featured stereo input for a total of 26 inputs plus 4 bus outputs, 4 auxiliary (and 2 internal) effect sends, a main stereo mix bus and a solo bus. Stereo digital inputs and outputs, plus 8 digital inputs and outputs (optional, via a YGDAI slot), provide a total of 10 digital inputs and 10 digital outputs. Input channels 1-8 have mic preamps, XLR and balanced stereo 1/4" phone connectors, and individual phantom power switches, and can accept input levels from -60dB to +10dB. Inputs 9-16 feature balanced stereo 1/4" connectors and support line level signals between -20 and +10dB. All 16 channel inputs feature input gain controls with 30 detents for precise and repeatable setting. Channels 1 and 2 include analog inserts for connecting external dynamics processors. Aux sends and bus outputs can be paired together for stereo operation and can be routed to the control room monitors for cue mixes, with onboard effects returns included. The four bus and four aux send signals are output via balanced stereo 1/4" connectors. Coaxial and AES/EBU stereo digital I/O connectors permit direct connection to DAT recorders and other compatible digital devices. The stereo digital input signals can be routed to the stereo bus for submixing, or to the stereo input channel for mixing and processing. The number of inputs can be increased by digitally cascading two 03Ds together, with both sharing bus, aux, stereo, and solo busses. The 03D can also be digitally cascaded with an 02R.
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METER screen pages display all channel, stereo in and effect 1 and 2 input levels visually, as well as aux and bus output levels.
5 Maximum compatibility through YGDAI open system
The 03Ds YGDAI (Yamaha General Digital Audio Interface) slot which accepts the same single-size YGDAI cards as the 02R provides 8 digital inputs and 8 digital outputs for direct digital connection to all major modular digital multitrack recorders (including Alesis ADAT, Tascam DA88 and DA38), disk-based recording systems, and AES/EBU and Yamaha format systems. The YGDAI digital outputs can be configured as bus outs, aux sends, direct outs, or stereo outs so although the 03D is essentially a four-bus mixer, you can assign the four busses and four aux sends to the YGDAI slots eight outputs to achieve eighttrack simultaneous recording. M 2 c ti

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The Digital In Setup screen permits easy setting and confirmation of word clock source, stereo input assignment and monitoring word clock locking status.
The Digital Out Setup screen permits easy setting and confirmation of YGDAI output assignments, bus channel direct, aux and stereo output.
Individual channel PEQ and dynamics processors
The 03D features an uncompromising array of onboard parametric EQs and dynamics and effects processors, with signal processing performed by Yamahas custom 32-bit DSP chips same as in the 02R and available parameters selected in collaboration with professional sound engineers. Comprehensive libraries of preset EQ and dynamics settings provide a great place to start or for reference, and plenty of user programs are available to store your own. 40 four-band parametric EQs and 40 dynamics processors are available for all 26 individual channel inputs, the 2 onboard stereo effects returns, the 4 bus outputs, 4 aux sends, and main stereo outputs. Each EQ band has a range from 20 Hz to 20kHz which can be adjusted in 1/12 octave steps and a 0.1-10 Q range. High and low EQ bands can be configured as shelving or peaking, with the high band capable of being configured as LPF, and the low band as HPF. EQ gain settings range from -18 to +18dB. EQ settings can also be copied between channels via the equalizer library. The EQ librarys collection of 40 preset EQ programs include specific settings which can be applied to everything from acoustic and electronic instruments to percussion to vocals. Including the 40 memories for storing your own EQ settings, a total of 80 EQ programs are available. The onboard dynamics processors include compressor, expander, gate, ducker and compander functions, and a total of 80 dynamics memories. Any input channel (1-24 or stereo input) can be used as a key trigger, and AUX 1 or AUX 2 can be used as a key-in signal for any channel. The dynamics librarys collection of 40 preset dynamics programs include settings appropriate for the mixing of strings, brass sections, sampled percussion, vocals and more, and 40 user dynamics programs are available for storing your own.
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The four-band EQ features a "quick-draw" graphic EQ curve, providing the engineer with a clear and visual image of the channel EQ.
The 03D allows fine-tuning of all dynamics parameters, complete with gain reduction metering and a graphic curve for visual monitoring of applied processing.
2 effects processors with Freeze and Amp Simulator
nmThe 03Ds two powerful new sets of effects processors which utilize the same DSP and some of the same algorithms as Yamahas ProR3 and REV500 feature 64 basic presets, with various reverb, delay, echo, chorus, flange, pitch shifting and other effects to choose from, as well as the new freeze (sampling) and amp simulator, or guitar preamp, effects. Including the 32 user memories, a total of 96 effects are on hand. The 03D also features channel input delays of up to 200ms which is useful for microphone-placement compensation for live recording and video editing. Channel delays can also be mixed with the dry signal to provide delay and echo effects. Output delays, for the stereo and 4 buses, of up to 40ms are useful for applications which require delaycompensation on the outputs.

DELAY/ screen pages allow access to channel input and output delay parameters as well as channel phase settings.
New Freeze (sampling) and Amp Simulator (guitar preamp) effects greatly expand the 03D's onboard sound processing power.

50 scene memories

Mix snapshots of entire setups, or scenes, consisting of approximately 2000 parameters including all input channel-to-bus routing and output configurations, fader and pan positions, EQ and dynamics settings everything can be stored and recalled instantly using the 50 scene memories. Scenes can be recalled manually, by MIDI, or using the automix function. A Recall Safe feature permits selected channels to be isolated from scene memory recalls. An UNDO/REDO function permits undoing and redoing of scene memory recall operations.
Motorized faders, and fader and mute grouping
The 03Ds quick-response, positive-feel 60mm motorized faders function as conventional mixer faders, auxiliary send level controls, and onboard effects aux send level controls, depending on current status. When a scene memory is recalled, the faders position themselves automatically to the levels stored. During playback of an automix, fader movements are replayed automatically in synchronization with MIDI time-code. 4 fader groups and 4 mute groups work independently Adjacent odd/even to let you build up complicated mixes fast. number channels can be linked in pairs, with panning either independent or ganged. You can control two adjacent channels paired in stereo using only one fader.

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Panning and output bus assignments are displayed graphically and are easily accessed.
Crossfade, auto-fade, and solo in place
A crossfade time of up to 10 seconds, in 0.1-second steps, can be set for faders as part of a scene memory. You can auto-fade the stereo output fader using the built-in automation based on MTC time-code, or by setting a crossfade time in a scene memory. Comprehensive monitoring functions include Recording Solo mode, where the SOLO bus feeds the monitor output, allowing nondestructive soloing that doesnt affect the main stereo mix. Theres also Mixdown Solo mode, where the stereo output is connected to the monitor output, so solo affects the stereo output. And theres Solo in Place, where the SOLO bus is connected to the monitor output, and also solo affects the stereo output.

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SOLO function allows nondestructive soloing that doesn't affect the main stereo mix, plus Mixdown Solo and Solo in Place.

Surround sound mixing

With the 03D, surround sound mixing suitable for CD-ROM and DVD productions as well as audio post applications is built right in. Three types of surround sound configurations are available. The dedicated pan page provides precise control.

MIDI remote control

MIDI IN, OUT and THRU terminals permit control of all parameters (approximately 2,000) in realtime using MIDI Control Change and System Exclusive messages. The 03Ds MIDI remote function is extremely powerful. MIDI remote allows the 03Ds motorized faders to remotely control the internal levels in a digital audio workstation, or the faders can be used to edit the internal parameters of an outboard effects processor or synthesizer. 03D faders and four user definable buttons can be used to control other MIDI devices such as digital audio recorders and processors via MMC (MIDI Machine Control). A TO HOST (RS422) port permits direct connection to a personal computer without a MIDI interface. Scene, EQ, dynamics, effects and channel library user memory, and automix data can be saved using MIDI bulk dump operations to a MIDI data filer (such as the Yamaha MDF2 MIDI Data Filer) or MIDI sequencer.
MIDI remote permits detailed control of parameters of external devices.
MTC time-code based "automixing" provides full onboard automation
The 03D also allows full onboard dynamic automation unprecedented for a mixer in its price range of all faders (including the AUX send faders) as well as channel on/off, EQ, pan and surround pan, and scene, EQ, dynamics, effects and channel libraries, can be automated by snapshot. You can easily and quickly update dynamic changes in realtime, and even insert and modify parameters "off-line" using the Event Edit function. There are four automix memories and one current memory. Recording and mixdown automation can be synchronized to external MIDI time-code (30NDF, 29.97NDF, 30DF, 29.97DF, 25, and 24).
Automixing lets you set up portions of a mix and then have them play back automatically as you work on other automix dubbing. You can also insert and modify specific parameters "off-line".
Twin RISC CPUs with 32-bit DSP processing, and 20-bit AD/DA
The 03Ds twin RISC CPUs ensure fast and reliable control of LCD graphics, faders and automix. Internal audio processing is performed at 32 bits by the powerful Yamaha DSP chip, providing a dynamic range of 192dB. Uncompromising sonic quality and performance are guaranteed by 20-bit, 64-times oversampling AD converters on each input and 20-bit, 8-times oversampling DA converters on the stereo output and monitor output. Bus outputs and aux send outputs use 18-bit, 8-times oversampling DA converters. The audio dynamic range is an impressive 105dB for analog input to analog stereo output.

Block Diagram

+48V PHANTOM 1, 2 Meter Meter 4Band PEQ Meter Meter CH Fader IN PAD HA AD DC CUT ATT 1, 2 26dB INSERT GAIN DELAY Dynamics ON Meter PAN AUX 1 AUX 2 AUX 3 AUX 4 EFF 1 +48V PHANTOM 3-8 INPUT 3-8 PAD HA AD DC CUT Same as 1, 2 EFF 2 AUX/EFF PRE/POST STEREO OUT 4Band PEQ Dynamics BALANCE ON ST OUT Meter 4Band PEQ Meter Dynamics DA BUS AUX EFF ST SOLO Meter COAXIAL DIGITAL STEREO OUT AES/EBU

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L 26dB GAIN SOURCE SELECT AD DC CUT Same as 1, 2 from BUS OUT 1, 2 GAIN Meter L ST IN R HA GAIN ATT HA AD DC CUT DELAY/ EFFECT 4Band PEQ Dynamics AD DC CUT DELAY/ EFFECT Meter 4Band PEQ Meter Dynamics Meter ST IN Fader Meter Meter Meter 4Band PEQ ON BALANCE *1 Meter Meter Meter to REC OUT L DA REC OUT R

Dynamics ON

to REC OUT R BUS OUT FLIP Same as 1 DA 2
Same as 1 COAXIAL DIGITAL STEREO IN AES/EBU DeEmphasis SELECT Meter Meter from EFF1 INTERNAL EFFECT 1 4Band PEQ from EFF2 INTERNAL EFFECT 2 Same as EFF1 Meter DA SINE 100Hz SINE 1kHz SINE 10kHz PINK NOISE BURST NOISE WAVEFORM L 2TR IN *1: INDIVIDUAL/GANG/INVERTED GANG R MONI TRIM ON LEVEL SOLO/ 2TR IN Dynamics 4Band PEQ Meter Meter ON/OFF ST CASCADE IN Same as 1

EFF RET Fader

Dynamics ON BALANCE *1
to INTERNAL EFFECT 1, 2 Meter Meter 4Band PEQ Meter Meter Dynamics ON 1-4 Meter

AUX OUT 1-4

L MONO DA LEVEL MONITOR OUT R

PHONES

Applications

ADATCD8-AT

YGDAI Card In

DA88CD8-TDII DA38

ADAT/DA-88
03D Digital Mixing Console

MONITOR OUT

Hard Disk Recorder AES/EBUCD8-AE-S

Computer

2TR IN

+10 GAIN 34

20 +10
SCENE MEMORY UTILITY MIDI

SCENE MEMORY

UNDO/ REDO

GROUP/PAIR SOLO SETUP

AUTOMIX

RECALL

CHANNEL CONTROL
DELAY/ DYNAMICS PAN/ROUTING
SCENE MEMORY VIEW FUNCTION CEL CH

USER DEFINE

L STEREO R

EQ LOW

LO-MID

HI-MID

EQ LIBRARY

FADER MODE

AUX 1 AUX 2 AUX 3 AUX 4

CLIP 48

PARAMETER
(Pro Tools) 888I/O or 882I/O

EFFECT 1

EFFECT 2 CURSOR

FADER STATUS

MIXING LAYER 1~16

17~24/MASTER

FADER 1~8

EFFECT RTN

EFFECT RETURN

ST OUT

Synthesizer

MIDI In MIDI Out To Host

MIDI I/F
DA-88 and DA-38 are registered trademarks of TEAC Corporation. Adat is registered trademark of ALESIS Corporation. Pro Tools, 888I/O and 882I/O are registered trademarks of Digidesign, a division of Avid Technology, Inc. "Dolby", "AC-3", "Pro Logic", and the double-D symbol are trademarks of Dolby Laboratories Licensing Corporation. Copyright 1992, Dolby Laboratories, Inc. All rights reserved.

Specifications

General Specifications
Frequency Response 20 Hz20 kHz+1, 3 dB (+4 dB into 600 ) 110 dB min. STEREO OUT D/A converter 105 dB typ. STEREO IN to STEREO OUT (AD/DA) 100 dB min. STEREO IN to STEREO OUT (AD/DA) THD (Total Harmonic Distortion) Less than 0.1% (20 Hz-20 kHz @ +14 dB into 600 ) Less than 0.01% for STEREO IN to STEREO OUT (1 kHz @ + 18 dB into 600 ) 128 dB equivalent input noise 94 dB regidual output noise from STEREO OUT (STEREO OUT = OFF) 94 dB (98 dB S/N) STEREO OUTPUT. Master fader at nominal level and all CH faders at minimum. 64 dB (68 dB S/N) STEREO OUTPUT. Master fader and one CH fader at nominal level. 76 dB CH IN to STEREO OUT/BUS OUT 76 dB CH IN to AUX OUT (pre fader) 12 dB STERTEO IN to STEREO OUT 76 dB CH IN to MONITOR OUT (via Stereo bus) 70 dB (1 kHz) 70 dB (1 kHz)
REC OUT (L, R) 100 10k Lines 10k Lines 8 Phones 40 Phones ST IN (L, R) +10 CH INSERT IN CH 1, 2 2TRACK IN (L, R) 10k 10k
Analog Input/Output Specifications
Input Terminals Pad Gain 0 CH INPUT CH 1-20 CH INPUT CH 916 +10k 600 Lines 10k 600 Lines 3k Actual Load Impedance Input level For Use with Nominal Sensitivity* Nominal Max. before Clip 50600 Mics & 600 Lines 72 dB 60 dB (0.194 mV) (0.775 mV) 28 dB (30.9 mV) 2 dB (0.616 V) 32 dB (19.4 mV) 2 dB (0.615 V) 32 dB (19.4 mV) 2 dB (0.615 V) 8 dB (0.309 V) 10 dBV (0.316 V) 16 dB (0.123 V) +10 dB (2.45 V) 20 dB (77.5 mV) +10 dB (2.45 V) 20 dB (77.5 mV) +10 dB (2.45 V) +4 dB (1.23 V) 10 dBV (0.316 V) Output level Nominal +4 dB (1.23 V) +4 dB (1.23 V) +4 dB (1.23 V) +4 dB (1.23 V) -10 dBV (0.316 V) +4 dB (1.23 mV) 1 mW 3 mW Max. before Clip +18 dB (6.16 V) +18 dB (6.16 V) +18 dB (6.16 V) +18 dB (6.16 V) +4 dBV (1.58 V) +18 dB (6.16 V) 25 mW 75 mW 46 dB (3.88 mV) 2 dB (0.616 V) +24 dB (12.3 V) 6 dB (0.388 V) +24 dB (12.3 V) -6 dB (0.388 V) +24 dB (12.3 V) +18 dB (6.16 V) +4 dBV (1.58 V) Phone Jack*** RCA Pin Jack*** XLR-3-31 type** or TRS Phone Jack** Connector in Console

Dynamic Range

TRS Phone Jack**
Hum & Noise* (20 Hz-20 kHz) Rs = 150 , input gain = max. input pad = off, input sensitivity = 60 dB

600 Lines 600 Lines

Output Terminals STEREO OUT (L, R) BUS OUT 1-4 AUX OUT 1-4 CH INSERT OUT CH1, 2
Actual Source For Use with Impedance Nominal 600 Lines 10k Lines 10k Lines 10k Lines
Connector XLR-3-32 type** TRS Phone Jack** TRS Phone Jack** Phone Jack*** RCA Pin Jack*** TRS Phone Jack*** Stereo Phone Jack***

Maximum Voltage Gain

Crosstalk
Adjacent Channels Input to Output Internal External

Sampling Rate

Signal Delay Digital Output Dither Type Faders Resolution Display High EQ High-Mid Low-Mid Low Scene Channel EQ Effects Dynamics Steteo Output Meters Memories/ Libraries Power Requirements USA & Canada
48 kHz/44.1 kHz 32 kHz48 kHz 6% Less than 2.5 ms input to output (fs = 48 kHz) 1624 bit 60 mm motorized +6 to 90, dB 320 x 240 dot backlit LCD (with contrast control) 18 dB, 20 Hz20.1 kHz, HPF, peaking, shelving 18 dB, 20 Hz20.1 kHz, peaking 18 dB, 20 Hz20.1 kHz, peaking 18 dB, 20 Hz20.1 kHz, LPF, peaking, shelving 51 (1 preset, 50 user) 51 (2 preset, 49 user) 80 (40 preset, 40 user) 96 (64 preset, 32 user) 80 (40 preset, 40 user) 12segment LED meter x V AC, 60 Hz
MONITOR OUT (L, R) PHONES
* The lowest level will produce an output of +4dB (1.23V) or the nominal level when the unit is set to maximum gain. ** Balanced. *** Unbalanced. 0dB=0.775 Vrms, 0dBV=1Vrms
Digital Input/Output Specifications
Terminals DIGITAL STEREO IN AES/EBU DIGITAL STEREO IN COAXIAL DIGITAL STEREO OUT AES/EBU DIGITAL STEREO OUT COAXIAL TO HOST MIDI (MTC**) IN-OUT-THRU MOUSE TO EDITOR (REMOTE) WORD CLOCK IN WORD CLOCK OUT Format AES/EBU S/P DIF * AES/EBU S/P DIF * (MS) Level RS-422 0.5 Vpp/75 RS-422 0.5 Vpp/75 RS-422 TTL/(75 IN/OUT) TTL/75 Connector XLR-3-31 type RCA Pin Jack XLR-3-32 type RCA Pin Jack Mini DIN 8pin DIN 5pin D-SUB 9pin male D-SUB 9pin female BNC BNC
* IEC958, EIAJ CP-1201 (Consumer) ** IN only To HOST and To EDITOR connectors cannot be used at the same time.
European 230 V AC, 50 Hz Power Consumption 85 W Dimensions (W x D x H) 460 x 516 x 204 mm (18.1" x 20.3" x 8") Weight 16 kg (35.3 lbs) Free-air operating 10C to 35C (50F to 95F) temperature Relative Humidity 25%80% * Hum and noise measured with a 6 dB/octave 12.7 kHz filter; equivalent to a 20 kHz filter with an infinite dB/octave attenuation. Specifications and appearance subject to change without notice. For details please contact:

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02R Cascade

In a cascaded 02R system, the ID parameter on the Cascade Conguration display must be set correctly. The setting determines the amount of delay compensation. The ID parameter is available only when a CD8-CS Cascade card is installed. The ID on the rst 02R in a cascade system does not need to be set. In fact, because the IN/OUT switch on the Cascade card in the rst 02R is set to OUT, the ID parameter cannot be set. The next 02R should be set to ID 1, the next to ID 2, and the last to ID 3, as shown below.
The CD8-CS Cascade kit contains two CD8-CS cards and one 25-pin straight cable.
To use the ADATs DIGITAL INPUT, press the DIGITAL IN button on the ADAT. Do not press the DIGITAL I/O button on the BRC. Set the DIGITAL I/O button on the BRC to OFF. This function is for direct ping-pong between multiple ADATs. If this is turned ON while connected to an 02R, bus assignments will produce unexpected results. Press the DIGITAL IN button on the ADAT to use the DIGITAL INPUT. To check the ADAT wordclock source, press the SET LOCATE and DIGITAL IN buttons together. The display will show int for internal or digi for external. The sampling rate of an ADAT can be set to either 48 kHz or 44.1 kHz. Use Fixed mode for 48 kHz and Variable mode for 44.1 kHz (using the PITCH DOWN button, set to 146 cents. At which point 44.1 appears on the display). The newer ADAT-XT has dedicated switches for selecting these two sampling rates.

Part 1: 02R Applications

In a multiple ADAT system with no BRC, Control Slave ADATs must be powered up before the Control Master ADAT, because when the Control Master ADAT is powered up it checks how many Control Slave ADATs are connected, allocates them device numbers, and automatically sets the system wordclock. In an ADAT system with a BRC, the ADAT(s) must be powered up before the BRC, because when the BRC is powered up it checks how many ADATs are connected, allocates them device numbers, and automatically sets the system wordclock. The BRC works as Control Master. To generate timecode on a BRC, press the GEN SYNC button. ADAT tapes can be duplicated when ADATs are connected together directly. Be aware that a delay (27 samples) will be introduced if tapes are duplicated via the 02R. To see the version number of an ADAT, press the SET LOCATE and FAST FWD buttons together. Both the ADAT and BRC can be initialized as follows. Initialization is recommended when a BRC is behaving strangely, and the rst time an ADAT is connected to a BRC. To initialize, hold down the RECORD and PLAY transport buttons while turning on the power.

In an 02R and DA-88 system, all connected DA-88s must be powered up even if they are not being used. Failure to do so may cause an intermittent pumping noise on the 02R. The sampling rate and the use of Emphasis in a DA-88 system is determined when the DA-88 tapes are formatted. For digital recording we recommend that Emphasis be OFF. In a single DA-88 system, the MACHINE ID is set to 0. In a multiple DA-88 system, the Control Master is set to MACHINE ID 0 and subsequent DA-88 Control Slaves are set to MACHINE ID 1 and upwards. The Control Master DA-88 should be used for synchronized transport and locate operations. The terminator bundled with the PW-88S sync cable should be connected to the SYNC OUT connector on the last DA-88 in the chain to ensure reliable synchronization. The optional Tascam SY-88 Sync Board must be installed to use SMPTE timecode and MTC. This is available from Tascam. In a multiple DA-88 system, only the Control Master DA-88 needs to have an SY-88 Sync Board installed. Control Slaves do not need SY-88 Sync Boards. Also, only the tape used in the DA-88 Control Master needs to be striped with timecode. The rear panel of the SY-88 Sync Board has a DIP switch labeled MODE. Set DIP switches 2 and 5 to ON (O). Set internal switch 8 on the SY-88 board marked S2 to ON. To use the MTC function, the SY-88 rmware must be version 3.08 or higher. Depending on the version of SY-88 Sync Board used, you may need to terminate the WORDCLOCK IN connection when the DA-88 is used as a wordclock slave. On the Tascam (CD8-TD) cards there is a DIP switch that should be set to 16-bit. This is the initial setting, but you should conrm it. This switch is for use with Tascam High-Bit recording applications. The Tascam 25-pin digital audio cables PW-88DL (5 m) and PW-88D (1 m) are available from Tascam. DA-88 tapes can be duplicated when DA-88s are connected together directly. Be aware that a delay (24 samples) will be introduced if tapes are duplicated via the 02R.
To see the version number of a DA-88, hold down the REW, F FWD, and STOP buttons when powering up the DA-88.
When a track is armed for recording, the DR8 or DR16 will normally try to take its wordclock source from that tracks input. To prevent this, in the Digi submenu set Auto Sync to Off. Note that the Auto Sync setting is not memorized when the DR8 or DR16 is turned off, although it can be stored as part of a project.
02R Optional Interface Cards
To interface the 02R with digital multitrack equipment, optional interface cards are required. Up to four single-size interface cards can be installed in the 02R. In the system diagrams presented in this guide, interface cards are numbered from [1] to [4]. These numbers refer to the 02R slot in which the card is installed. The following illustration shows an interface card that is installed in 02R slot [1].

SMPTE TIMECODE INPUT (phono)
CD8-AT Interface Card C-R Out 2TR IN DIGITAL

STEREO OUT DIGITAL

Effects processor
AUX SEND INPUT 17-24 Headphones
TO HOST MIC/LINE Inputs 124

MIDI Sampler

MIDI keyboard
Figure 1 02R with One ADAT (Timecode on Tape Track)

DIGITAL IN=ON

DIGITAL OUTPUT

14 02R Applications

02R with ADAT & JL Cooper Datasync-2
This application shows how the 02R can be used with a JL Cooper Datasync-2 Synchronizer to create a 24-input, 8-track digital recording system. The JL Cooper Datasync-2 Synchronizer is a cost-effective device for setting up a synchronized 02R and ADAT system. The eight digital tape returns and 24 Mic/Line inputs provide up to 32 inputs at mixdown. In addition, the 02Rs built-in automation and scene memory systems provide both dynamic and static mix automation referenced to MIDI timecode.
The ADAT (CD8-AT) card must be screwed securely in place. Do not leave the screws out after installation as the card will not be grounded correctly. The Digital In/Out connectors on the 02R and ADAT are connected together using Optical Cables. Press the DIGITAL IN button on the ADAT to use the DIGITAL IN. The ADATs eight tracks connect to 02R slot [1], tape inputs one through eight. The JL Cooper Datasync-2 Synchronizer converts the ADATs internal timecode to MIDI timecode or SMPTE timecode. A 9-pin Sync cable for connecting the ADAT and Datasync-2 is available from Alesis.
The ADAT (CD8-AT) card is installed in Slot [1], so any pair of the rst eight tape inputs can be selected as the wordclock source on the DIGITAL I/O menu.
The ADAT should be set as wordclock master. To conrm this, press the SET LOCATE and DIGITAL IN buttons together. The display should show int, meaning internal wordclock. The ADAT sampling rate can be set to either 48 kHz or 44.1 kHz. Use Fixed mode for 48 kHz and Variable mode for 44.1 kHz (using the PITCH DOWN button, set to 147 cents. At which point 146, 44.1, 148 appears on the display). The newer ADAT-XT has dedicated switches for selecting these two sampling rates. In Figure 2 the ADAT is shown as wordclock master. However, it could alternatively be used as wordclock slave with the 02R as master. In this case, the ADAT would be set to digi. This can be conrmed by pressing the DIGITAL IN and SET LOCATE buttons together. The internal clock can then be set on the 02R.

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DIGITAL INPUT 9-pin cable SYNC IN

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ADATB DIGITAL OUTPUT
SYNC IN 9-pin cable ADATA SYNC OUT DIGITAL IN=ON DIGITAL OUTPUT DIGITAL INPUT SYNC IN BRC SYNC OUT

9-pin cable

SMPTE OUT SMPTE TIMECODE INPUT (phono)
Figure 5 02R with Two ADATs & BRC

DIGITAL INPUT

22 02R Applications
Two 02Rs with Four ADATs & BRC
This application shows how two 02Rs can be used with four Alesis ADATs and a BRC Master Remote Control to create a 48-input, 32-track digital recording system. The 32 digital tape returns and 48 Mic/Line inputs provide up to 80 inputs at mixdown. In addition, the 02Rs built-in automation and scene memory systems provide both dynamic and static mix automation referenced to timecode. The two 02Rs are cascaded together using a 25-pin straight cable and two Cascade (CD8-CS) cards, which are installed in Slot [3] of each 02R (could be Slot [4]). The cascade connection carries the eight buses, any four of the eight AUX buses, Stereo bus, and Solo bus. This allows both consoles to work together as one large 80-input mixing console. The master section of 02RB is used for monitoring and two-track operations. The studio monitors and two-track recording equipment are also connected to this 02R.
The ADAT (CD8-AT) and Cascade (CD8-CS) cards must be screwed securely in place. Do not leave the screws out after installation as the cards will not be grounded correctly. The Digital In/Out connectors on the 02R and ADAT are connected together using the Optical Cable. Press the DIGITAL IN buttons on the ADATs to use the DIGITAL IN. ADATA is connected to Slot [1] of 02RA and the tape inputs correspond to tracks one through eight. ADATB is connected to Slot [2] of 02RA and the tape inputs correspond to tracks nine through sixteen. ADATC is connected to Slot [1] of 02RB and the tape inputs correspond to tracks 17 through 24. ADATD is connected to Slot [2] of 02RB and the tape inputs correspond to tracks 25 through 32. The Alesis BRC Master Remote Control can control up to 16 ADATs (i.e. 128 tracks). The BRC provides ADAT timecode to SMPTE timecode conversion. In addition, a timecode offset can be specied, so the automix start time can be adjusted. The 75 ohm wordclock termination switches on both 02Rs is set to ON.
The BRC works as wordclock master and the four ADATs follows it automatically via the 9-pin sync cables. The sampling rate can be set to either 48 kHz or 44.1 kHz. Use Fixed mode for 48 kHz and Variable mode for 44.1 kHz (using the PITCH DOWN button, set to 147 cents. At which point 146, 44.1, 148 appears on the display). The newer ADAT-XT has dedicated switches for selecting these two sampling rates.

The ADATs must be powered up before the BRC and in the following order: D, C, B, A. This is because when the BRC is powered up it checks how many ADATs are connected, allocates them device numbers, and automatically sets the system clock. The rear of the Cascade (CD8-CS) cards have an IN/OUT switch. On 02RA is set to OUT. On 02RB it is set to IN. To generate timecode on the BRC, press the GEN SYNC button. The optional CD8-CS kit contains two CD8-CS cards and one 25-pin straight cable.

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DIGITAL OUTPUT DIGITAL INPUT

SYNC OUT

SYNC IN
SYNC IN SYNC OUT DIGITAL OUTPUT DIGITAL INPUT

SYNC OUT SYNC IN

9-pin cable DIGITAL OUTPUT DIGITAL INPUT

9-pin cable ADATD

SYNC IN SYNC OUT

9-pin cable BRC

The power amp, monitors, and DAT recorder have been removed from this diagram for clarity. Stereo fader, Bus master, & Aux master controls of 02RB are used.
WC OUT (BNC) Wordclock CD8-AT
SMPTE OUT SMPTE timecode or MTC CD8-AT 25-pin straight cable SMPTE TIMECODE INPUT (phono)

Switch=OUT WORD

Switch=IN

CD8-CS

CLOCK IN (BNC) (75=ON)
02RA WORD CLOCK OUT (BNC)
02RB WORD CLOCK IN (BNC) (75=ON)
Figure 6 Two 02Rs with Four ADATs & BRC

24 02R Applications

02R with Two ADATs (Timecode on Tape Track)
This application shows how the 02R can be used with two Alesis ADATs to create a 24-input, 16-track digital recording system. As shown in Figure 7, track eight of ADATA has been striped with SMPTE timecode. This is then fed to the 02Rs SMPTE TIMECODE input using a phone jack to phono cable. The 16 digital tape returns and 24 Mic/Line inputs provide up to 40 inputs at mixdown. In addition, the 02Rs built-in automation and scene memory systems provide both dynamic and static mix automation referenced to timecode.
The ADAT (CD8-AT) cards must be screwed securely in place. Do not leave the screws out after installation as the cards will not be grounded correctly. The Digital In/Out connectors on the 02R and ADATs are connected together using Optical Cables. Press the DIGITAL IN buttons on the ADATs to use the DIGITAL IN. ADATA is connected to Slot [1] of the 02R. These tape inputs correspond to tracks one through eight. ADATB is connected to Slot [2] on the 02R. These tape inputs correspond to tracks nine through sixteen. ADAT track eight is striped with SMPTE timecode. ADAT track eight analog out (phone jack) output is connected directly to the 02Rs SMPTE TIMECODE input (phono).

ADAT (CD8-AT) cards are installed in Slot [1] and Slot [2], so any one of the rst 16 tape inputs can be selected as the wordclock source on the DIGITAL I/O menu.
Press the DIGITAL IN button on the ADAT to use the DIGITAL INPUT. ADATB must be powered up before ADATA, because when ADATA is powered up it checks how many ADATs are connected, allocates them device numbers, and automatically sets the system word clock. ADATA works as Control Master.

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SYNC IN 9-pin cable ADATA SYNC OUT DIGITAL IN=ON DIGITAL OUTPUT DIGITAL INPUT TRACK 8 ANALOG OUT (Phone jack) Power Amp
CD8-AT Interface Cards C-R Out SMPTE TIMECODE INPUT (phono)

2TR IN DIGITAL

Figure 7 02R with Two ADATs (Timecode on Tape Track)

26 02R Applications

02R with ADAT & RD-8
This application shows how the 02R can be used with one Alesis ADAT and one Fostex RD-8 to create a 24-input, 16-track digital recording system. RD-8 is an ADAT compatible digital recorder made by Fostex. The 16 digital tape returns and 24 Mic/Line inputs provide up to 32 inputs at mixdown. In addition, the 02Rs built-in automation and scene memory systems provide both dynamic and static mix automation referenced to timecode.
The ADAT (CD8-AT) must be screwed securely in place. Do not leave the screws out after installation as the cards will not be grounded correctly. The Digital In/Out connectors on the 02R, ADAT, and RD-8 are connected together using Optical Cables. Press the DIGITAL IN buttons on the ADAT and RD-8 to use the DIGITAL INs. The RD-8 is connected to Slot [1] of the 02R. These tape inputs correspond to tracks one through eight. The ADAT is connected to Slot [2] of the 02R. These tape inputs correspond to tracks nine through sixteen. A 9-pin Sync cable for connecting the ADAT and RD-8 is available from Alesis or Fostex. The RD-8 can output SMPTE timecode. In addition, a timecode offset can be specied, so the 02R automix start time can be adjusted. The 75 ohm wordclock termination switch on the back of the 02R is set to ON.

DA-88A works as wordclock master. Wordclock is fed to the 02R using a BNC to BNC cable, and to the DA-88B using a PW-88S 15-pin sync cable. The sampling rate is set when the DA-88 tapes are formatted. This can be either 48 kHz or 44.1 kHz. After formatting, the sampling rate is determined by the formatted tape.
The DA-88s must be powered up even when they are not being used. Failure to do so may cause an intermittent pumping noise on the 02R. DA-88A is set to MACHINE ID 0. DA-88B is set to MACHINE ID 1. Since DA-88A works as Control Master, it should be used for synchronized transport and locate operations. The optional Tascam SY-88 Sync Board must be installed in DA-88A to use SMPTE timecode and MTC. This is available from Tascam. DA-88B does not require the SY-88 Sync Board nor does its tape have to be striped with timecode. It is synchronized to DA-88A via the PW-88S 15-pin sync cable. The terminator bundled with the PW-88S sync cable should be connected to the SYNC OUT on DA-88B to ensure reliable synchronization. The rear panel of the SY-88 Sync Board has a DIP switch labeled MODE. Set DIP switches 2 and 5 to ON (O). Set internal switch 8 on the SY-88 board marked S2 to ON. To use the MTC function, the SY-88 rmware must be version 3.08 or higher. On the Tascam (CD8-TD) card there is a DIP switch that should be set to 16-bit. This is the initial setting, but you should conrm it. This switch is for use with Tascam High-Bit recording applications. Tascam 25-pin digital audio cables PW-88DL (5 m) and PW-88D (1 m), and the 15-pin PW-88S sync cable are available from Tascam.

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Terminator SYNC OUT TDIF-1 Digital I/O ID=1 SYNC IN PW-88S 15-pin cable SYNC OUT DA-88A TDIF-1 Digital I/O PW-88DL 25-pin cables ID=0 WORD SYNC OUT (BNC) SMPTE timecode or MTC TIMECODE OUT (phono) Optional SY-88 Sync Board installed Rear panel DIP switches 2 and 5=O

DA-88B

TIMECODE INPUT (phono)
CD8-TD Interface Cards C-R Out 2TR IN DIGITAL
Figure 10 02R with Two DA-88s

32 02R Applications

02R with Four DA-88s
This application shows how the 02R can be used with four Tascam DA-88s to create a 24-input, 32-track digital recording system, providing 32-track digital mixdown. In addition, the 02Rs built-in automation and scene memory systems provide both dynamic and static mix automation referenced to timecode.
The Tascam (CD8-TD) cards must be screwed securely in place. Do not leave the screws out after installation as the cards will not be grounded correctly. DA-88A is connected to Slot [1] of the 02R and the tape inputs correspond to tracks one through eight (Tape In 18). DA-88B is connected to Slot [2] of the 02R and the tape inputs correspond to tracks nine through sixteen (Tape In 916). DA-88C is connected to Slot [3] of the 02R and the tape inputs correspond to tracks 17 through 24 (Line In 18). DA-88D is connected to Slot [4] of the 02R and the tape inputs correspond to tracks 25 through 32 (Line In 916). The optional SY-88 Sync Board is required for DA-88A. This enables the dedicated timecode track, which can be re-striped at anytime, and provides SMPTE timecode and MTC outputs. A timecode offset can be specied on DA-88A.

The 02R works as a wordclock slave. A Tascam (CD8-TD) card is installed in Slot [1], so any one of the rst 8 tape inputs can be selected as the wordclock source on the DIGITAL I/O menu.
The DA-88 generates a wordclock signal referenced to the Video In signal (VIDEO). The sampling rate is set when the DA-88 tape is formatted. This can be either 48 kHz or 44.1 kHz. After formatting, the sampling rate is determined by the formatted tape.
The DA-88 must be powered up even when it is not being used. Failure to do so may cause an intermittent pumping noise on the 02R. On the DA-88 rear panel, set the MACHINE ID to 0. The optional Tascam SY-88 Sync Board must be installed to use SMPTE timecode and MTC. This is available from Tascam. The rear panel of the SY-88 Sync Board has a DIP switch labeled MODE. Set DIP switches 2 and 5 to ON (0). Set internal switch 8 on the SY-88 board marked S2 to ON. To use the MTC function, the SY-88 rmware must be version 3.08 or higher. On the Tascam (CD8-TD) card there is a DIP switch that should be set to 16-bit. This is the initial setting, but you should conrm it. This switch is for use with Tascam High-Bit recording applications. Tascam 25-pin digital audio cables PW-88DL (5 m) and PW-88D (1 m) are available from Tascam.

02R Applications 47

Video machine BNC TV Monitor

DA-88 Settings:

Time Mode=SMPTE/EBU (as tape) Chase=ON Clock=VIDEO
Optional SY-88 Sync Board installed Rear panel DIP switches 2 and 5=O Machine ID=0 TIMECODE IN (phono) TDIF-1 Digital I/O Video In (BNC) TIMECODE OUT (phono) Power Amp PW-88DL 25-pin cable

1 CD8-TD Card Interface

Figure 18 02R with Video Machine & DA-88

Video house sync

48 02R Applications
02R with Two Fostex D-90s
This application shows how the 02R can be used with two Fostex D-90 hard disk recorders to create a 24-input, 16-track digital recording system. The 16 digital tape returns and 24 Mic/Line inputs provide up to 40 inputs at mixdown. In addition, the 02Rs built-in automation and scene memory systems provide both dynamic and static mix automation referenced to MIDI timecode. The Fostex D-90 hard disk recorder features ADAT I/O as standard. For multiple operation, no special cables are required, and only the MIDI IN/OUT ports need to be connected for MTC-referenced synchronization.
The ADAT (CD8-AT) cards must be screwed securely in place. Do not leave the screws out after installation as the cards will not be grounded correctly. The Digital In/Out connectors on the 02R and D-90s are connected together using Optical Cables. D-90A is connected to Slot [1] of the 02R and the tape inputs correspond to tracks one through eight. D-90B is connected to Slot [2] of the 02R and the tape inputs correspond to tracks nine through sixteen.

This application shows how the 02R can be used with a video machine and Pro Tools system for audio post-production and audio sweetening. The 16 digital tape returns and 24 Mic/Line inputs provide up to 40 inputs. In addition, the 02Rs built-in automation and scene memory systems provide both dynamic and static mix automation referenced to SMPTE or MIDI timecode. Two Digidesign 888 I/O Audio Interfaces connect the 02R to the Pro Tools system, with special 50-pin Pro Tools cables between the computer cards and each 888. Two custom-made D-sub to XLR break-out cables are used to connect the 25-pin connectors on the CD8-AE-S cards to the 888s. Pro Tools can be controlled remotely from the 02R V2 using the Pro Tools template of the MIDI Remote function.
The AES/EBU (CD8-AE-S) cards must be screwed securely in place. Do not leave the screws out after installation as the cards will not be grounded correctly. The Digital In/Out connectors on the 02Rs and 888s are connected together using custom-made D-sub to XLR cables. The Pro Tools system is connected to 02R Slot [1] (tape inputs 1 through 8) and Slot [2](tape inputs 9 through 16).
The D-sub <> XLR break-out cable is not available from Yamaha, and should be custom made. The slave clock (Super Clock) signal connected between Digidesign products is an exclusive clock, with a sampling rate of Fs x 256.

02R Applications 53

Video machine House video sync

TV Monitor

TC OUT
Macintosh computer with Pro Tools audio card Modem port Digidesign VSD (Video Slave Driver) Wordclock Out Slave Clock Out 50-pin Pro Tools cable 50-pin Pro Tools cable Slave clock (BNC) 888 I/O Audio Interface 888 I/O Audio Interface
Digidesign SSD (SMPTE Slave Driver)
Slave Clock Out D-sub<>XLR break-out cables
CD8-AE-S Interface Card SMPTE or MTC
WORDCLOCK IN (BNC) (75 = ON)
Figure 21 02R with Pro Tools for Video Post

54 02R Applications

03D Applications 57

Part 2: 03D Applications

03D interface cards must be screwed securely in place. Do not leave the screws out after installation as the cards will not be grounded correctly. If a crackling noise can be heard, make sure not more than one device is set to internal wordclock. One device should be set for internal wordclock (master) and all other devices should be set to external wordclock (slave).

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AUTO NAVIGATEThis function checks all possible wordclock sources and then displays a dialog box recommending a suitable source. Note, however, that this function is not perfect and in some situations it may not be able to recommend a suitable source. The dialog box shown here appears when this function is selected. MANUALThese options allow you to select the wordclock source.
Internal wordclock at 44.1 kHz Internal wordclock at 48 kHz External wordclock via the DIGITAL STEREO IN (AES/EBU or Coaxial). The STEREO INPUT ASSIGN FLIP switch on the D.in Setup page must be set so that the AES/EBU or Coaxial signal is assigned to the ST IN. External wordclock via the BNC WORD CLOCK IN connection External wordclock via the YGDAI card inputs 1 and 2 External wordclock via the YGDAI card inputs 3 and 4 External wordclock via the YGDAI card inputs 5 and 6 External wordclock via the YGDAI card inputs 7 and 8 The status of the wordclock is indicated as follows. 03D locked to this wordclock source Usable wordclock present Wordclock signal present but not synchronized to selected wordclock. If such a signal is connected and the DIGITAL ST IN SYNC CAUTION or YGDAI IN SYNC CAUTION preference is set to ON, a warning message appears. No wordclock signal available.
FSWhen the 03D is locked to a wordclock, the sampling rate appears here (48k, 44.1k, or 32k). When it is unlocked, the display shows UNLOCK. If another page is accessed in the unlocked state, UNLOCK appears on that page too.

62 03D Applications

03D with ADAT & JL Cooper Datasync-2
This application shows how the 03D can be used with an Alesis ADAT and JL Cooper Datasync-2 MIDI Synchronizer to create an 18-input, 8-track digital recording system. The eight digital tape returns and 18 Mic/Line inputs provide up to 26 inputs at mixdown. In addition, the 03Ds built-in automix and scene memories provide both dynamic and static mix automation referenced to timecode. The JL Cooper Datasync-2 MIDI Synchronizer converts ADAT sync signals to MTC and SMPTE timecode. In this particular system, the 03D automix is referenced to MTC.

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DA-38 TDIF-1 Digital I/O Power Amp Sync Out (15-pin) OUTPUT 8 (phono) SMPTE PW-88DL 25-pin cable

Tascam MMC-38

MMC MIDI OUT
CD8-TD Interface Card MTC
MMC-38 alternative sync connection Effects processor

CLIP 48

EFFECT RETURN ST OUT
Figure 23 03D with DA-38 (Timecode on Tape Track)

66 03D Applications

03D with Akai DR8
This application shows how the 03D can be used with an Akai DR8 Hard Disk Recorder to create an 18-input, 8-track digital recording system. The eight digital tape returns and 18 Mic/Line inputs provide up to 26 inputs at mixdown. In addition, the 03Ds built-in automix and scene memories provide both dynamic and static mix automation referenced to timecode.
The ADAT (CD8-AT) card must be screwed securely in place. Do not leave the screws out after installation as the card will not be grounded correctly. The DR8 is tted with an optional ADAT (IB-804A) interface card and MIDI (IB803M) interface card. YGDAI digital outputs can be congured as bus outs, aux sends, input channel direct outs, or stereo outs. So although the 03D is a four-bus mixer, assigning the four buses and four aux sends, or the channel direct outs, to the YGDAI outputs allows eight-track simultaneous recording. YGDAI output assignments are made on the D.out Setup page, which can be located using the [DIO] button. YGDAI digital inputs feed 03D input channels 17 through 24. The Digital In/Out connectors on the 03D and DR8 are connected together using Optical Cables.

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Akai DR8 DIGITAL OUTPUT DIGITAL INPUT MTC Optical cables DAT Recorder

CD8-AT Interface Card

Figure 24 03D with Akai DR8

68 03D Applications

03D with Akai DR16
This application shows how the 03D can be used with an Akai DR16 Hard Disk Recorder to create an 18-input, 16-track digital recording system. The eight digital tape returns, eight analog tape returns, and 18 Mic/Line inputs provide up to 34 inputs at mixdown. In addition, the 03Ds built-in automix and scene memories provide both dynamic and static mix automation referenced to timecode. The DR16 is a 16-track hard disk recorder featuring 8-track recording and 16-track playback.
The ADAT (CD8-AT) card must be screwed securely in place. Do not leave the screws out after installation as the card will not be grounded correctly. The DR16 is tted with an optional ADAT (IB-804A) interface card and MIDI (IB803M) interface card. An IB804AEX interface card, which provides 8 digital inputs and 16 digital outputs, could be used instead of the IB-804A, but since the 03D has only one YGDAI slot, eight DR16 outputs would still have to be connected using analog cables. YGDAI digital outputs can be congured as bus outs, aux sends, input channel direct outs, or stereo outs. So although the 03D is a four-bus mixer, assigning the four buses and four aux sends, or the channel direct outs, to the YGDAI outputs allows eight-track simultaneous recording. YGDAI output assignments are made on the D.out Setup page, which can be located using the [DIO] button. YGDAI digital inputs feed 03D input channels 17 through 24. The Digital In/Out connectors on the 03D and DR16 are connected together using Optical Cables.

03D Applications 75

BNC TC Optional SY-88 Sync Board installed Rear panel DIP switches 2 and 5=O Machine ID=0 TDIF-1 Digital I/O Video In (BNC) PW-88DL 25-pin cable Power Amp TV Monitor Time Mode=SMPTE/EBU (as tape) Chase=ON Clock=VIDEO

CD8-TD Interface Card

MONITOR OUT DIGITAL STEREO IN
Figure 28 03D with Video Machine & DA-88

TIMECODE IN (phono)

76 03D Applications

03D with Pro Tools

This application shows how the 03D can be used with a Pro Tools system. The eight digital tape returns and 18 Mic/Line inputs provide up to 26 inputs at mixdown. In addition, the 03Ds built-in automix and scene memory systems provide both dynamic and static mix automation referenced to MIDI timecode. A Digidesign 888 I/O Audio Interface connects the 03D to the Pro Tools system, with a special 50-pin Pro Tools cable between the computer card and 888. The 25-pin connector on the CD8-AE-S card connects to a patchbox, which provides eight AES/EBU inputs (four XLRs) and eight AES/EBU outputs (four XLRs). Pro Tools can be controlled remotely from the 03D using the Pro Tools template of the MIDI Remote function. The 03Ds built-in automix is referenced to MTC coming from the Pro Tools system. A MOTU MIDI Timepiece (or Opcode Studio 4) is used as a MIDI interface and connects to the computers Modem port.
The AES/EBU (CD8-AE-S) card must be screwed securely in place. Do not leave the screws out after installation as the card will not be grounded correctly. YGDAI digital outputs can be congured as bus outs, aux sends, input channel direct outs, or stereo outs. So although the 03D is a four-bus mixer, assigning the four buses and four aux sends, or the channel direct outs, to the YGDAI outputs allows eight-track simultaneous recording. YGDAI output assignments are made on the D.out Setup page, which can be located using the [DIO] button. YGDAI digital inputs feed 03D input channels 17 through 24. The Digital In/Out connectors on the 03D and patchbox are connected together using a 25-pin D-sub cable. The patchbox is connected to the 888 I/O Audio Interface using AES/EBU-compatible XLR cables. The 888 I/O Audio Interface connects to the audio card using a special 50-pin Pro Tools cable.
The 03D works as a wordclock slave and receives its wordclock from the Pro Tools system. Use the [DIO] button to locate the D.in Setup page and select SLOT 1/2 (i.e., AES/EBU 1/2).

PARAMETER

Stereo out

Stereo out Front

Delay 1020 ms

Bus out

Bus out Rear

82 03D Applications
Dynamic Sound Image Control (Using Surround Pan)
In addition to sound localization, sounds can also be moved around to make novel sound effects in a performance or theme park. Sounds can also be positioned using the 5.1 surround pan function (i.e., localizing sounds using volume, instead of the Hass Effect, which was introduced on the previous page). The difference with using pan is that sounds are localized using actual level changes. The 03D has a unique surround pan function built-in and can be automated referenced to external MIDI Timecode.

Surround pan

03D Applications 83
Hall Simulation (Applying Reverb Ambience)
In city halls and churches with dead acoustics, a more natural ambiance can be created by adding reverb to sub-speakers, while using the main stereo speakers for the direct sound. Using the stereo output to feed the main speakers and the bus outputs in combination with the built-in effects processors to feed effects speakers, reverberation can be used to simulate different environments. The 03D has two independent multi-effects processors, each with 64 preset programs. In the following example, hall reverb programs are selected for both effects processors, with one feeding the front sub-speakers, the other feeding the rear sub-speakers. No effects are applied to the stereo front speakers. By adjusting the parameters of each processor, a more natural sound can be achieved.

Effect 1 Reverb

Effect 2 Reverb
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