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|tedpoe||5:34am on Wednesday, October 27th, 2010|
|I love it! I have several USB and firewire sound interface boxes in my inventory, but this one is the best one of all. this BRICK works best with Texas Instruments 1394 controller on-board.|
|joemcl||6:41pm on Wednesday, March 10th, 2010|
|small red magic box I wanted a firewire audio interface which has midi, mic leads and guitar inputs. This works well with a mac.|
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The symbol alerts the user to important instructions or warnings.The specific meaning of the symbol is determined by the design contained within the triangle. In the case of the symbol at left, it is used for general cautions, warnings, or alerts to danger. The symbol alerts the user to items that must never be carried out (are forbidden). The specific thing that must not be done is indicated by the design contained within the circle. In the case of the symbol at left, it means that the unit must never be disassembled. The symbol alerts the user to things that must be carried out. The specific thing that must be done is indicated by the design contained within the circle. In the case of the symbol at left, it means that the powercord plug must be unplugged from the outlet.
Before using this unit, make sure to read the instructions below, and the Owners Manual.
Use only the attached power-supply cord. Also, the supplied power cord must not be used with any other device.
Do not open (or modify in any way) the unit or its AC adaptor.
Do not attempt to repair the unit, or replace parts within it (except when this manual provides specific instructions directing you to do so). Refer all servicing to your retailer, the nearest Roland Service Center, or an authorized Roland distributor, as listed on the Information page. Never use or store the unit in places that are: Subject to temperature extremes (e.g., direct sunlight in an enclosed vehicle, near a heating duct, on top of heat-generating equipment); or are Damp (e.g., baths, washrooms, on wet floors); or are Humid; or are Exposed to rain; or are Dusty; or are Subject to high levels of vibration.
Do not excessively twist or bend the power cord, nor place heavy objects on it. Doing so can damage the cord, producing severed elements and short circuits. Damaged cords are fire and shock hazards! This unit, either alone or in combination with an amplifier and headphones or speakers, may be capable of producing sound levels that could cause permanent hearing loss. Do not operate for a long period of time at a high volume level, or at a level that is uncomfortable. If you experience any hearing loss or ringing in the ears, you should immediately stop using the unit, and consult an audiologist.
Do not force the units power-supply cord to share an outlet with an unreasonable number of other devices. Be especially careful when using extension cordsthe total power used by all devices you have connected to the extension cords outlet must never exceed the power rating (watts/amperes) for the extension cord. Excessive loads can cause the insulation on the cord to heat up and eventually melt through. Before using the unit in a foreign country, consult with your retailer, the nearest Roland Service Center, or an authorized Roland distributor, as listed on the Information page.
Never handle the AC adaptor or its plugs with wet hands when plugging into, or unplugging from, an outlet or this unit.
Before moving the unit, disconnect the AC adaptor and all cords coming from external devices.
DO NOT play a CD-ROM disc on a conventional audio CD player. The resulting sound may be of a level that could cause permanent hearing loss. Damage to speakers or other system components may result.
Disconnect all cords coming from external devices before moving the unit.
Before cleaning the unit, turn off the power and unplug the AC adaptor from the outlet.
Whenever you suspect the possibility of lightning in your area, disconnect the AC adaptor from the outlet. Should you remove the ground terminal screw, keep them in a safe place out of children's reach, so there is no chance of them being swallowed accidentally.
Always turn the phantom power off when connecting any device other than condenser microphones that require phantom power. You risk causing damage if you mistakenly supply phantom power to dynamic microphones, audio playback devices, or other devices that don't require such power. Be sure to check the specifications of any microphone you intend to use by referring to the manual that came with it. (This instrument's phantom power: 48 V DC, 20 mA Max)
In addition to the items listed under USING THE UNIT SAFELY on page 3, please read and observe the following:
Do not connect this unit to same electrical outlet that is being used by an electrical appliance that is controlled by an inverter (such as a refrigerator, washing machine, microwave oven, or air conditioner), or that contains a motor. Depending on the way in which the electrical appliance is used, power supply noise may cause this unit to malfunction or may produce audible noise. If it is not practical to use a separate electrical outlet, connect a power supply noise filter between this unit and the electrical outlet.
Unauthorized recording, distribution, sale, lending, public performance, broadcasting, or the like, in whole or in part, of a work (musical composition, video, broadcast, public performance, or the like) whose copyright is held by a third party is prohibited by law.
Avoid touching or scratching the shiny underside (encoded surface) of the disc. Damaged or dirty CD-ROM discs may not be read properly. Keep your discs clean using a commercially available CD cleaner.
When exchanging audio signals through a digital connection with an external instrument, this unit can perform recording without being subject to the restrictions of the Serial Copy Management System (SCMS). This is because the unit is intended solely for musical production, and is designed not to be subject to restrictions as long as it is used to record works (such as your own compositions) that do not infringe on the copyrights of others. (SCMS is a feature that prohibits second-generation and later copying through a digital connection. It is built into MD recorders and other consumer digital-audio equipment as a copyright-protection feature.)
Do not use this unit for purposes that could infringe on a copyright held by a third party. We assume no responsibility whatsoever with regard to any infringements of third-party copyrights arising through your use of this unit.
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Contents of the package... 8 Front and rear panel... 10
Front panel....10 Rear panel....14
Before you begin using the FA-66 with your Macintosh (Mac OS X users).... 18
Audio and MIDI settings....19 Software settings....23
Installing the driver (Windows)... 24
Giving priority to background services...29 Driver settings....30
Basic connections and settings... 35
Basic connections....35 Recording a mic or guitar...36 Recording a digital signal...38 Connecting various types of equipment...39
Software settings... 40
SONAR 4....40 Digital Performer....43 Logic.....44 Cubase SX/SL....45 FA-66 Driver Settings dialog box (Windows)...46
Driver-related problems (Windows)...48 No sound....51 Noise or pops are heard when recording/playing on your computer.55 Noise or distortion occurs when the FA-66 is not connected to your computer..59 The sound is too weak....59 Others....61
1. Combo input jacks
These are analog audio input jacks with mic preamps. They accommodate either XLR or phone plugs, allowing you to connect a variety of equipment. Either balanced or unbalanced signals may be connected. Phantom power (48 V) is provided for XLR type connections, allowing you to connect condenser mics that require phantom power. In this case, turn on the phantom power switch (19) located on the rear panel.
TRS phone Phone plug plug (unbalanced) (balanced)
* This instrument is equipped with balanced (XLR/TRS) type 1:GND 2:HOT input jacks. Wiring diagrams for 3:COLD these jacks are shown on the right. Make connections after first checking the wiring diagrams of other equipment you intend to connect.
2. Input sensitivity knobs
These adjust the input level of the signals input to the front panel combo input jacks (1).
3. Input impedance select switch
This switch selects either high impedance (Hi-Z) or low impedance (Lo-Z) as the type of device connected to the INPUT 2 phone jack of the combo input jacks (1). If you have connected a guitar or bass to this jack, select the high impedance (Hi-Z) setting; if you have connected a mic, select the low impedance (Lo-Z) setting. * Combo input jack INPUT 1 is fixed at low impedance (Lo-Z).
Front and rear panel 4. Peak/Limiter indicator
This indicates whether the signal being input via the combo input jacks (1) is distorting, or whether the limiter is operating.
Limiter switch Limiter on Status The indicator will function as a limiter indicator. When the input signal exceeds a certain level, the limiter will operate and the indicator will light green. The indicator will function as a peak indicator. Use the input sensitivity knobs for each input jack to adjust the input level so that the peak indicator does not light red. The red LED will light if the sound distorts.
5. Power indicator
Lights when the power is on.
6. Output indicator
This will light green if signals are being sent from the computers audio output ports 1 and 2 (OUT 1/2). (see block diagram front cover)
7. Digital input switch
If you want to record a digital input, turn this on ( pressed inward). This lets the FA-66 synchronize to an external digital device connected to the digital input connector (25)
14. Grounding terminal
Depending on the circumstances of a particular setup, you may experience a discomforting sensation, or perceive that the surface feels gritty to the touch when you touch this device, microphones connected to it, or the metal portions of other objects, such as guitars. This is due to an infinitesimal electrical charge, which is absolutely harmless. However, if you are concerned about this, connect the ground terminal (see figure) with an external ground. When the unit is grounded, a slight hum may occur, depending on the particulars of your installation. If you are unsure of the connection method, contact the nearest Roland Service Center, or an authorized Roland distributor, as listed on the Information page. Unsuitable places for connection
Water pipes (may result in shock or electrocution) Gas pipes (may result in fire or explosion) Telephone-line ground or lightning rod (may be dangerous in the event of lightning)
15. Power switch
Used to switch the power on (DC IN) or off (OFF), and for switching to bus power (BUS). BUS The FA-66 can operate on bus power if its connected to your computer via a 6-pin 6-pin FireWire (IEEE 1394) cable. In this case, power is supplied from your computer via the FireWire (IEEE 1394) cable. If you want to use bus power, set the power switch to the BUS position.
6-pin type You can use bus power if your computer has a 6-pin IEEE 1394 connector (FireWire connector, iLink connector, DV connector). * With some computers, the FA-66 may not operate on bus power. If so, connect the included AC adaptor to an AC outlet and use it to supply power to the FA-66. In this case, the power will be on when you set the power switch to the DC IN position.
4-pin type If your computer has a 4-pin FireWire (IEEE 1394) connector, you cannot use bus power. Connect the included AC adaptor to the AC adaptor jack, and set the power switch to DC IN.
Front and rear panel 16. AC adaptor jack
Connect the included AC adaptor to this jack. * Never use any AC adaptor other than the supplied unit; doing so may cause malfunction.
17. FireWire (IEEE 1394) connectors
Use a FireWire (IEEE 1394) cable to connect these to your computer. We recommend that you use a 6-pin cable to connect the FA-66 to your computer, and a 4-pin cable to connect the FA-66 to any peripheral device you may be using.
6-pin connector If the IEEE 1394 connector (FireWire connector, iLink connector, DV connector) of your computer is a 6-pin type, use the included 6-pin 6-pin cable. The FA-66 will be able to operate on bus power. Normally you should use this method of connection. If the IEEE 1394 connector (FireWire connector, iLink connector, DV connector) of your computer is a 4-pin type, use the included 6-pin 4-pin cable. However, in this case, the FA-66 will not operate on bus power. 4-pin connector Normally, the 4-pin connector is used when connecting the FA-66 to a peripheral device.
Click [OK] to close the System Properties dialog box. Close all currently running software (applications). Also close all windows that are open. If you are using software such as antivirus programs, be sure to close these programs as well.
Checking the name of your drive. From the start menu, choose My Computer. In the window that appears, verify the name of the CD-ROM drive into which you inserted the CD-ROM in step 7. The (D:) or (E:) displayed by the CD-ROM drive icon is the drive name.
Find the included CD-ROM. Insert the CD-ROM into your computers CD-ROM drive. From the Windows start menu, choose Run. The Run dialog box will appear.
Input the name into the dialog box as shown, and click [OK].
(Drive name): \Driver\XP_ENG\setup.exe * The drive name is D: in the example shown here, but this may be different on your system. Specify the drive name for your CD-ROM drive.
If you want to install the driver into a different hard disk, click [Browse] and specify the desired location.
The EDIROL FA-66 Driver Setup dialog box appears. Click [Install].
If the setting in the Driver Signing Options dialog box is not set to Ignore, a dialog box like the following will appear. Click [Continue Anyway] to continue driver installation.
A dialog box entitled Setup is now ready to install the drivers appears. Use a FireWire (IEEE 1394) cable to connect the FA-66 to your computer.
1. With the power switch turned off, connect the AC
adaptor to the FA-66.
2. Plug the AC adaptors power cord into an AC outlet. 3. Use a FireWire (IEEE 1394) cable to connect the FA-66
to your computer.
Turn on the power switch of the FA-66. The Found New Hardware message appears near the taskbar. Please wait.
A dialog box entitled Welcome to the Found New Hardware Wizard appears. Make sure that the box indicates EDIROL FA-66 Sub 1, choose Install the software automatically (Recommended), and click [Next]. A dialog box entitled Completing the Found New Hardware Wizard appears. Click [Finish]. Once again, the Found New Hardware message appears near the taskbar. Please wait.
If the Found New Hardware Wizard asks you whether you want to connect to Windows Update, choose No and then click [Next].
Set this to match the sample rate of your digital playback device
CD/MD/DAT player, hard disk recorder, etc.
Connect your digital device to the digital input connector.
Set this to match the sample rate of your digital playback device and the sample rate of your recording software. If you switch the FA-66s sample rate, you must turn the power of the FA-66 off, then on again to get the setting to take effect. You cannot record digital signals if the 192 kHz setting is selected.
Digital input switch
Turn this on so that the FA-66 will synchronize to the digital signal being input to the digital input connector. When synchronized correctly, the sync indicator will light green. If this indicator is blinking green, synchronization has not been achieved. In this case, check that the sample rate of the connected digital device matches the sample rate selected by the FA-66s sample rate switch.
This adjusts the monitor volume. Adjusting the direct monitor volume will not affect the recording level.
Connecting various types of equipment
Amplified speakers Mixer, DJ Mixer, etc.
Adjust the level of the input from a synthesizer or other device connected to the INPUT 1/2 jacks.
IEEE1394 connector (FireWire connector, iLink connector, DV connector)
CD/MD/cassette player, MIDI sound module, etc.
Connect output jacks 1-4 to your external mixer or other device.
You will need to make audio and MIDI device settings for the software youre using. Here are some examples for typical software applications.
In this example we are using SONAR 4 Producer Edition. You must make the following settings if you have switched the FA66s sample rate or have changed the buffer size in the FA-66 Driver settings dialog box.
1. Power up the FA-66, and then start up SONAR. 2. From SONARs Options menu, choose Audio to open the Audio Options
3. Click the Advanced tab.
4. In the list, click EDIROL FA-66 to select
it, and then click [OK].
Here is an example using Logic Pro 7.0.1.
1. Power up the FA-66, and then start up Logic. 2. From the Logic Pro menu, choose Preferences - Audio to open the
Preferences dialog box.
3. Click the Drivers tab. 4. In the Core Audio section, select (add a check mark to) the checkbox located at
the left of Core Audio.
I/O Buffer Size
[Example setting for use at 96 kHz] As a general guideline, use the following setting: PowerPC GGHz or higher 512 PowerPC GGHz or lower 1024
Larger Disk Buffer
Check this box if a warning dialog box such as Disk is too slow is displayed.
5. If a dialog box like the following appears, click [Try (Re)Launch].
6. Set Driver to EDIROL FA-66. 7. Close the dialog box. 8. If the Aleart dialog box appears, click [Try (Re)Launch].
In this example we are using the Macintosh version of Cubase SX Version 2.2.
1. Power up the FA-66, and then start up Cubase. 2. From the Devices menu, choose Device Setup to open the Device Setup
3. In the Devices list at the left side of the dialog box, choose VST Multitrack. 4. Select the Setup tab in the right side of the dialog box. 5. From the drop-down list for ASIO Driver, choose EDIROL FA-66. 6. Click [OK] to close the Device Setup dialog box.
If you experience clicks or pops in the sound, click [Expert] to open the VST Engine Expert Settings dialog box. Setting the Audio Priority to Very High may reduce clicks and pops.
FA-66 Driver Settings dialog box (Windows)
There is no FA-66 Driver Settings dialog box on Macintosh. Make settings from within your software. You can adjust the audio latency by changing the FA-66 driver settings. Decreasing the buffer size will shorten the latency. Increasing the buffer size may eliminate problems such as clicks or pops in the sound. * Latency is the time delay from when the software plays back audio data until sound is actual heard from an audio device such as the FA-66. Heres how to adjust the buffer size.
If you experience problems, read this chapter first/ It contains tips for solving most problems.
Driver-related problems (Windows)
Cant install the driver correctly
You attempted to install as described in Installing the driver, but did not succeed. Install the FA-66 driver once again as described in Installing the driver (Windows) (p. 24). Also check the Device Manager to see whether Other device, Unknown device, ?, !, or x is shown for any device. If you see such a device, delete it. Does the Device Manager show Other device, Unknown device, or any device marked with ?, !, or x? If driver installation did not end successfully, the installed driver may remain in an incomplete state. Install the FA-66 driver once again as described in Installing the driver (Windows) (p. 24). Is the FA-66 connected correctly? Make sure that you have used a FireWire (IEEE 1394) cable to correctly connect the FA-66 to the FireWire (IEEE 1394) connector of your computer. Is the FA-66 powered up? Make sure that the FA-66s power is on. Make sure that the POWER switch is on. Could the FA-66s power switch be set to BUS? Even if you normally use the FA-66 on bus power, you should connect the AC adaptor and set the power switch to the DC IN position while installing the driver (so that the power supply does not become unstable). Could other FireWire (IEEE 1394) devices be connected? When installing, all FireWire (IEEE 1394) devices other than the FA-66 should be disconnected from your computer. If you have connected the FA-66 to an external FireWire (IEEE 1394) hard disk, please connect the FA-66 directly to an IEEE 1394 connector (FireWire connector, iLink connector, DV connector) on the computer itself. Could other applications or resident software (such as an anti-virus program) be running? Installation may not occur correctly if other programs are running. Be sure to close all other programs before installing.
Are you attempting to install from a networked CD-ROM drive? You cannot install from a networked CD-ROM drive. Could the CD-ROM or the lens of your CD-ROM drive be dirty? If the CD-ROM or the lens of your CD-ROM drive are dirty, the installer may not work correctly. Use a commercially available CD cleaner or lens cleaner to clean the CD-ROM and/or lens. Are the power conservation settings of your computer turned off? If power conservation settings are turned on for your computer, disable these settings. (For details on how to disable them, refer to the owners manual of your computer.) Is there enough free space on your hard disk? Delete unneeded files to increase the amount of free space. After deleting the file(s), empty the recycling bin. Is the FireWire (IEEE 1394) connector enabled on your computer? Refer to the owners manual for your computer, and verify that the FireWire (IEEE 1394) connector of your computer is enabled. The driver cannot be installed unless the FireWire (IEEE 1394) connector is enabled. Does your computer or FireWire (IEEE 1394) repeater hub have a sufficient power supply? If you are using bus power, the FA-66 cannot be connected if insufficient power is being supplied to it. Check whether the following cases might apply. If you are using a notebook computer running on its battery, operation may be unstable with some computers. If this is the case, connect your computer to its AC adaptor. The power conservation mode of your computer may be limiting the power it supplies to the FireWire (IEEE 1394) connector. Re-examine the settings of your computer. The FA-66 cannot be used with some bus-powered repeater hubs (hubs that do not have their own power supply). Use a self-powered hub (a repeater hub that has its own power supply). Does your computer meet the FireWire (IEEE 1394) specification? Operation may be unstable if you are using a computer that does not electrically meet the FireWire (IEEE 1394) specification. If so, you may be able to solve the problem by connecting a FireWire (IEEE 1394) repeater hub that has its own power supply.
Cant record from a digital connection
When capturing audio data from a CD or MD into your computer, is the digital input switch on? Turn on the digital input switch. Does the sample rate of your software match the sample rate of the digital audio device connected to the digital in connector? Set the sample rate to the same setting. If you switch the FA-66s sample rate, you must turn the power of the FA-66 off, then on again to get the setting to take effect.
Cant play/record 24-bit audio data
Does your software support 24-bit audio data? You will need to use software that supports 24-bit audio data. Is your software set to record/play 24-bit audio data? Set your software to 24-bit.
Noise or pops are heard when recording/ playing on your computer
Noise is heard during audio playback Pops/clicks occur during audio playback Noise is heard in the recorded sound
In Windows, did you make the setting described in Giving priority to background services? In order to ensure that audio/MIDI processing occurs smoothly, make the setting described in Giving priority to background services. ( Giving priority to background services (p. 29)) In Macintosh, check the Energy Saver settings. In the Mac OS System Setup, set Energy Saver as follows.
Click the Sleep tab. Set Put the computer to sleep when it is inactive for: to Never. Set Put the display to sleep when the computer is inactive for: to Never.
Click the Options tab. If there is a Processor Performance setting, set it to Highest.
In Windows, Power Management settings in the Control Panel may cause clicks or pops to occur in the audio playback. The power management properties that appear when you double-click Power Management will differ depending on your computer system. The explanation that follows is for a typical situation, but you should refer to the owners manual for your computer to verify these settings. Some computers may not have the following items.
1. In the Windows Control Panel, double-click the System icon. The
System Properties dialog box will appear.
2. Click the Hardware tab. 3. Click Device Manager to see the list of devices. 4. From the list, choose Advanced Power Management Support, and click
Properties. The Advanced Power Management Support Properties dialog box will appear.
5. Click the Settings tab, and in Troubleshooting, check the Dont Poll
Cant start the Cubase
The first time you use the FA-66 with Cubase, turn on the power with the FA-66s sample rate select switch at the 44.1 kHz position. If this switch is not set to 44.1 kHz, it may be impossible to start Cubase.
Number of Audio Record/Playback Channels
<44.1/48/96 kHz> Record: 6 channels Playback: 6 channels (Full duplex) <192 kHz> Record: 4 channels Playback: 4 channels (Full duplex) * Depending on the computer you are using, you may be unable to obtain sufficient performance.
PC interface:24 bits AD/DA Conversion:24 bits (linear)
Digital output:44.1/48/96 kHz Digital input:44.1/48/96 kHz AD/DA Conversion:44.1/48/96/192 kHz
96.0 kHz: 48.0 kHz: 44.1 kHz: 20 Hz to 40 kHz (+0/-2 dB) 20 Hz to 22 kHz (+0/-2 dB) 20 Hz to 20 kHz (+0/-2 dB)
Nominal Input Level
Input Jack 12 (XLR type):-50 to -10 dBu Input Jack 12 (1/4 inch TRS phone type):-35 to +4 dBu Input Jack 34: -10 dBu to +13 dBu (balanced)
Nominal Output Level
Output Jack 14: +4 dBu (balanced)
Residual Noise Level
(input terminated with 1 k ohms, MAIN VOLUME: 0 dB, INPUT SENS: +4 dBu, DIRECT MONITOR VOLUME: OUT1/2 position, IHF-A typ., Balanced) Output Jack 12: -95 dBu
S/N RATIO (Typical)
OUTPUT: 105 dB (typ.) INPUT: 102 dB (typ.)
Firewire (IEEE1394) Digital input/output Optical type (conforms to IEC60958) MIDI IN/OUT
<Front Panel> Input Jack 12 (XLR type / 1/4 inch TRS phone type) XLR type (balanced / phantom power +48 V) 1/4 inch TRS phone type (balanced) * Input jack 2 supports high impedance Headphones Jack (Stereo 1/4 inch phone type) <Rear Panel> Input Jack 34 (RCA pin type) Output Jack 14 (1/4 inch TRS phone type (balanced)) Digital In Connector (Optical type) Digital Out Connector (Optical type) MIDI Connectors (In, Out) FireWire Connectors (6 pins type, 4 pins type)
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CFA Multimedia Studio Instruction Manual
321 SOUND ROOM MANUAL
Initial Sound Setup1 Microphone Setup3 Logic Pro Setup5 Bouncing to Disk7 Keyboard Setup8 Contact Information11
INTITIAL SOUND SETUP
All output from the CFA321-01 Mac computer should come from the Edirol audio device stored on the left. This will allow you to hear sound from the computer through the headphones that are connected to the Edirol device, as well as the external speakers over the keyboard. Headphone Output 1. Log into the CFA321-01 Mac and open System Preferences by clicking on the Blue Apple on the top left and selecting System Preferences.
2. In the System Preferences window, click on the icon labeled Sound.
3. In the Sound window, click on the Output tab. Select EDIROL FA-66 (0662) Firewire from the list of output devices. This ensures that all sound coming out from the computer is projected through the Edirol device.
You can test this result by pressing the Volume Control buttons on the Keyboard. You should be able to hear the clicking sounds through the Edirol Headphones.
CFA Multimedia Studio Instruction Manual External Speaker Output 1. Follow Steps 1-3 in the Headphone Output section. 2. On the Mackie Mixer, make sure all channel levels are down and that all buttons are not pressed. Push down the two L-R buttons for Channels 7 and 8 labeled Edirol. This enables the Edirol Left and Right Audio channels to feed into the Mackie Mixer. 3. Raise the levels of Channels 7 and 8 to about of the way up. Raising the level too high will result in audio clipping, and moving it too low will result in low audio. 4. Raise the Main L-R Mix level (the last slider on the right) to about the way up. This determines the amount of sound coming from the Edirol that will be projected through the External Speakers.
You can test the audio output by pushing the Volume Control buttons on the CFA321-01 Mac Keyboard. You should be able to hear the clicking sounds through both the Edirol Headphones and the External Speakers.
Note: There is another knob on the mixer labeled Monitor Spk. This controls the volume of the External Speakers and you should keep it at the unity (up) position.
The 321 Sound Room utilizes the AKG414 Sound Room Mic as its primary recording microphone. This is a large diaphragm condenser microphone and is the best choice for voice recordings. It is available at the CFA CCon Office and a user must have lending access in order to check it out. There are two ways to connect the Sound Room Mic to enable recording, either directly to the Edirol device, or through the Isolation Booth. Direct Mic to Edirol Setup 1. Screw the Sound Room Mic Stand Mount onto the Microphone Stand stored in the Sound Room Isolation Booth. Move the Stand close to the Edirol Device. 2. Unplug the Audio Cable in the Input 1/L jack of the Edirol Device.
3. Insert the male end of the Sound Room Mic XLR Cable into this open jack. 4. Place the Windscreen Cover over the Sound Room Mic and connect the female end of the XLR Cable to the bottom of it. Place the Mic on the Microphone Stand.
5. At the back of the Edirol Device, turn the Phantom Power Switch to the label marked +48V. This powers the Mic.
CFA Multimedia Studio Instruction Manual Isolation Booth Setup 1. Screw the Sound Room Mic Stand Mount onto the Microphone Stand in the Isolation Booth. 2. Cover the Sound Room Mic with the Windscreen Cover and connect the female end of the XLR Cable to the microphone. 3. Connect the male end of the XLR Cable to the jack labeled MIC 1 in the Isolation Booth. 4. Connect the Sound Room Mic Headphones to the PHONES jack in the Isolation Booth using the headphone adapter.
5. Follow the steps in the INITIAL SOUND SETUP section to set the correct levels on the Mixer. 6. Press the 1-2 button and the L-R button on Channel 1 labeled MICS. Raise the level of Channel 1 to about the way up. 1-2 assigns the Mic to the EDIROL, and L-R assigns the Mic to the External Speakers. 7. Make sure Channels 7 and 8 (Edirol) are up and push down the two 3-4 buttons. 8. In the Assign to Main Mix section on the right of the Mixer, raise the four levels To EDIROL and To Headphones to about way up. Channels 1 and 2 feed the Mixer to the Edirol, and Channels 3 and 4 feed to the Sound Room Mic Headphones in the Isolation Booth.
LOGIC PRO SETUP
The 321 Sound Room utilizes Logic Pro as its primary audio recording software. While users may use other software as well, Logic Pro is supported the most. Users are able to record Tracks of audio into the software and Bounce (export) these tracks as common audio file types, such as AIFF or WAV. 1. Open Logic Pro by going to System>Applications>Logic Studio on the 321 Sound Room Mac. 2. A message will appear titled Scanning Audio Units. Click Ok to Continue.
3. Begin a new project by selecting Empty Project in the New window.
4. When the Logic Pro Interface initializes options for a new track will appear. Verify the Input is set to Input 1 and Output is set to Output 1-2 and then click Create.
CFA Multimedia Studio Instruction Manual 5. Click on Logic Pro in the main menu and navigate to Preferences>Audio.
6. In the Devices Tab and the Core Devices Sub-Tab, make sure that Enabled is checked and Device is set to EDIROL FA-66 (0662). Click Apply Changes.
7. On the Audio 1 Track under Global Tracks, click on the R (Record Ready) button.
A window will appear asking for a folder to save the project. Create a folder on the desktop and click Save. The R button will now be red, and you should be able to see levels in the Audio Meters on the bottom left as you speak into the Mic. 8. Press the Record button on the Transport Bar to begin audio recording.
BOUNCING TO DISK
After audio recording is complete, the raw Logic Pro tracks may be exported as common audio file types for sharing or use in other programs. Logic Pro uses the Bounce function to do this. 1. Select the track you wish to save. Make sure that the R button is deselected. 2. Go to the File menu and choose Bounce. The Bounce Output window will appear.
3. Choose a destination on the computer, and confirm a File format. AIFF and WAV are the most common types.
4. Click Bounce to export your file(s). They should now appear at the Save location.
The 321 Sound Room also supports both audio and MIDI input from the Kurzweil 2500XS Keyboard located inside the room below the Mackie Mixer. The Keyboard is connected through the Mackie Mixer, which must be modified accordingly depending on the type of input. Keyboard Audio Input: 1. Follow the steps in the INITIAL SOUND SETUP section to set the correct levels on the Mixer. 2. Press the 1-2 buttons and the L-R buttons on Channels 3 and 4 labeled K2500. Raise the level of Channels 3 and 4 to about the way up. 3. In the Assign to Main Mix section on the right of the Mixer, raise both to EDIROL levels to about way up. Raise the L-R Main Mix level about way.
Channels 1-2 assign the Keyboard to go to the Edirol, and channels L-R assign the Keyboard to play out the External Speakers. 4. Follow the steps in LOGIC PRO SETUP section to record the Keyboard as a regular audio file.
Note: There is another knob on the mixer labeled Monitor Spk. This controls the volume of the External Speakers and you should keep this at the unity (up) position.
CFA Multimedia Studio Instruction Manual Keyboard MIDI Input: 1. Follow steps 1-3 in the Keyboard Audio Input section. 2. On the Kurzweil Keyboard, press the MIDI control button to access the programmable menu on the Keyboard.
3. Use the Arrow control buttons to move to the Control: selection. Use the +/ controls or the Dial to change this from Local to MIDI.
4. Open Logic Pro on the 321-01 machine. Start a new Empty Project, and when the New Tracks window appears, select the option for an External MIDI track.
On the right hand side you will see a library list of all the various types of inputs supported by Logic Pro.
CFA Multimedia Studio Instruction Manual 5. Select the EDIROL FA-66 Folder on the left of the Library, and choose Channel 13. This declares the Keyboard to input as an Acoustic Piano. The other Channels include drums, synthesizers, and other instruments.
6. Press the Record button on the Transport Bar to begin recording. You will see dashes that indicate a note pressed on the Keyboard.
7. When you are finished, go to File>Export>Selection as MIDI File. Choose a save destination, and the track will be exported as a.mid file.
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