Yamaha Studio Manager Manual
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Table of Contents
Overview of Studio Manager. Starting and Conguring Studio Manager. Quitting Studio Manager. Synchronizing with your hardware product. Working with Files. 6 Mapping MIDI Ports. 6 Setting Preferences. 7 Menu Bar/Pop-up Menu. 7 Operation within Cubase. 9 Supported editors. 10
* Specications and descriptions in this owners manual are for information purposes only. Yamaha Corp. reserves the right to change or modify products or specications at any time without prior notice. Since specications, equipment or options may not be the same in every locale, please check with your Yamaha dealer. Description of menus and buttons In the event that menu and button names on a Windows system are different from those on a Macintosh, this manual uses the Windows menu and button names followed by the Macintosh menu and button names in parentheses.
Studio Manager Version 2 Owners Manual
Overview of Studio Manager
Studio Manager is a cross-platform application that enables you to start multiple Editors that control YAMAHA hardware products remotely, and to save multiple Editor settings. You can run Studio Manager as a stand-alone application, or as a plug-in within DAW applications that are compatible with Studio Connections, such as Cubase SX 3.0 or later. In either case, the basic functionality is the same. For the latest information on compatible DAW applications, refer to the following website. http://www.studioconnections.org/
Open an editor from Studio Manager Synchronize
Start up Studio Manager in stand-alone form
Open from a compatible DAW application
MOTIF ES6/7/8 Multi Part Editor
The settings of each editor can be saved and recalled together from Studio Manager or the DAW application. In other words, you can change the settings of your entire system in a single operation by recalling the settings for multiple devices from Studio Manager or your DAW application. When you want to save setting les, you can do this from Studio Manager to recall multiple devices at once, or from an individual Editor to recall only a specic device. When you save your settings in your DAW application, the Studio Manager settings will also be saved together with the DAW application le, and can also be recalled in the same way. To use Studio Manager, you must rst perform the following operations: 1. Start and congure Studio Manager (see page 3). 2. Start and congure an Editor. 3. Synchronize the application with the corresponding hardware product (see page 5). For more information on using the Editors, refer to the Owners Manual for the Editors.
Starting and Conguring Studio Manager
1 Start Studio Manager.
As a stand-alone application in Windows 2000/XP: Click the Start button, move the cursor to [Programs (All Programs)], then [YAMAHA Studio Manager], then click [Studio Manager]. As a stand-alone application in Mac OS X: Select and open the Applications folder, the YAMAHA folder, then the Studio Manager folder, then double-click SM2. Cubase versions SX 3.0 and later: From Cubases [Device] menu, choose [Yamaha Studio Manager] to open the Studio Manager window. (Studio Manager starts running when Cubase is started.)
2 Select the devices you want to edit.
In the Setup window, open the Modify Workspace page. The Device Editor section lists the names of the installed devices. Highlight the desired device name, then double-click it or click the [Add->] button. The selected device name is added in the Workspace section.
NOTE: Use the following button and checkbox, if necessary: [Remove]. Removes the selected device from the Workspace section. [Set Default]. Mark this checkbox, then click the [Apply] or [OK] button. The next time you start Studio Manager, the current Setup window settings will be automatically selected.
3 Specify the desired MIDI ports.
Select the [MIDI Settings] tab and specify the MIDI In/Out Ports to which the hardware product are connected. However if you want to use Studio Manager in Cubase, youll need to specify that MIDI port within Cubase.
NOTE: To activate MIDI ports in Studio Manager, you must specify the MIDI ports in this MIDI Ports tab and in the Editor for the console or device. NOTE: Use the following button, checkboxes, and pull-down options, if necessary. [Update Ports]. If you click this button, Studio Manager will search for MIDI ports that have been enabled since you started the application. If no port is detected, restart Studio Manager. [MIDI Thru]. If you mark this checkbox, then use the pulldown options to select a port for MIDI In/Out, a MIDI signal will be input from a port assigned as MIDI In, and routed to and output from a port assigned as MIDI Out. [Set Default]. Mark this checkbox, then click the [Apply] or [OK] button. The next time you start Studio Manager, the current Setup window settings will be automatically selected.
4 Click [OK].
The Setup window closes, and the Studio Manager window becomes active, with the icon of the device you selected in step 2 shown in the workspace.
5 Double-click the icon for the hardware
product you want to edit to open its Editor.
NOTE: Right-clicking the mouse in the window will display a pop-up menu (see page 8). NOTE: To change the icon name, select the icon, then click the name. NOTE: Use the following box, if necessary. [MIDI Thru Ch.]. This eld appears if MIDI Thru is enabled. If you select Original, a MIDI signal will be output to the output channel that has the same number as the input channel. If you select any channel from 1 through 16, MIDI signals of all channels received at the input port will be combined and output to the specied channel.
Studio Manager window
Quitting Studio Manager
Select [Exit] from the [File] menu in the Studio Manager window (select [Quit SM2] from the [SM2] menu). If there are no unsaved changes, all windows close and Studio Manager quits. If there are unsaved changes, a message asking whether you want to save the changes appears. You can also quit Studio Manager by clicking the Close button in the Studio Manager window. If youre using Studio Manager in your DAW application, quitting your DAW application will also quit Studio Manager. Simply closing the Studio Manager window does not quit Studio Manager. When you save your DAW application le, the Studio Manager settings are also saved within that le.
Synchronizing with your hardware product
In some cases, such as when Studio Manager starts up for the rst time, the parameter settings on the hardware product and the parameter settings in Studio Manager (in the devices Editor) may be different. Therefore, you must rst synchronize the parameter settings on the hardware product with those in Studio Manager (in the corresponding Editors). Follow the steps below to synchronize Studio Manager with the hardware product.
NOTE: You can also synchronize the parameter settings with the corresponding hardware product in each Editor. For information on using the Editors, refer to the Owners Manual for the Editors.
1 Select [Synchronize], then [Recall.] in the Studio Manager window.
The following window opens.
2 Select whether you want to transfer your
settings to Studio Manager (each Editor), or hardware product.
Choose Select direction of data transfer or According to editor setting for each Editor.
Select direction of data transfer
You can select the data transfer direction in Studio Manager. [To Hardware]: Transfers the current settings from Studio Manager (each Editor) to your hardware product. [From Hardware]: Transfers the settings from your hardware product to Studio Manager (Editor).
According to editor setting
The data transfer direction will be determined by the settings in the Editor. For more information, refer to the instruction manual for the Editor.
3 Click [OK].
The synchronizing process begins.
Do not operate the hardware product while synchronization is in progress.
Working with Files
You can save the various parameter setting les either as a complete set using Studio Manager or your DAW application, or individually using each Editor. The following table shows how to manage your setting les.
Creating a new le Opening a previously saved le Saving the current le Saving the current le with a new name Choose [New] from the [File] menu. (only if Studio Manager is running as stand-alone) Choose [Open (Import)] from the [File] menu. Choose [Save] from the [File] menu. (only if Studio Manager is running as stand-alone) Choose [Save As. (Export)] from the [File] menu.
If you save a le in the Studio Manager window, all selected Editor settings are saved in a le with a le extension of.YSM. If the Automatically synchronize on le load preference (see page 7) is turned on, opening a le will recall the entire set of system settings (Recall function). If youre using Studio Manager with your DAW application, the settings of all selected Editors will be saved together within the le of the DAW application. If desired, you can also save les from Studio Manager, and then open them from Studio Manager running as a stand-alone application. If you save a le in an Editor, only that Editors settings are saved in a le.
NOTE: When you create a new le, or open a previously saved le, a message appears asking whether you want to save the currently-open le. Click [Yes] to save the current le and open another. Click [No] to open another without saving the current one. Click [Cancel] to cancel the operation.
Mapping MIDI Ports
If MIDI ports specied in Editors are not enabled on the computer (e.g., when you open a le on another computer), its convenient to change all MIDI port settings together in the Remap MIDI Ports window (shown on the right). Choose [Re-map MIDI Ports] from the [File] menu to display the window.
NOTE: This function is not available if youre using Studio Manager in your DAW application.
This column lists the MIDI ports specied in Editors by the corresponding device names and [port names].
This column lists the MIDI ports enabled on the computer. If the ports listed in the Workspace column and the ports listed in the System column do not match, click the port name in the System column to display a pull-down menu, then select a matching port from the menu.
You can also change the preference settings, if necessary. Choose [Setup.] from the [File] menu, then click the [Preferences] tab to display the window shown on the right. Automatically synchronize on le load: When you open a le in the Studio Manager window or open a le of your DAW application, Studio Manager (Editors) will automatically synchronize with the corresponding hardware product. In this way, Studio Manager performs the Recall function to recall the entire system settings automatically when you open a le. Set Default: Mark this checkbox, then click the [Apply] or [OK] button. The next time you start Studio Manager, the current Setup window settings will be automatically selected.
Menu Bar/Pop-up Menu
New* (Ctrl+N / +N) Creates a new le. Opens a previously saved le. Saves the current le. Saves the current le with a different name. Open the Setup window to congure Studio Manager. Click a tab at the top of the window to select the Modify Workspace page (see page 3), MIDI Ports page (see page 3), or Preferences page (see page 7). On a Macintosh computer, choose [Preferences] from the [SM2] menu. Opens the Re-map MIDI Ports window (see page 6). Quits Studio Manager. On a Macintosh computer, choose [Quit SM2] from the [SM2] menu.
Open (Ctrl+O/ +O) Import (Ctrl+I/ +I) Save* (Ctrl+S / +S) Save As Export (Ctrl+E/ +E)
Re-map MIDI Ports* Exit* (Ctrl+Q)
* If youre using Studio Manager with your DAW application, these menu items will not appear.
Recall Synchronizes Studio Manager (Editors) with the corresponding hardware product (see page 5).
Lists the Editors for which a window is currently open. When you select an Editor, the corresponding Editor window becomes active.
Manual (F1) About Yamaha Studio Manager Displays this manual in Adobe PDF format. Displays the information (such as a version number) of Studio Manager. On a Macintosh computer, choose [About Yamaha Studio Manager] from the [SM2] menu.
Right-click the mouse on an icon in the Studio Manager window (on a Macintosh computer, click an icon while holding down the [control] key) to display the following pop-up menu.
Open/Show Close Synchronize
Opens/activates the selected Editor. Closes the selected Editor. Synchronizes with the corresponding device. Species whether the Recall function will be performed for the corresponding device. If this check box is checked, Studio Manager will perform the Recall function for the corresponding device and the indicator located in the upper right corner of the corresponding icon will light up. If the corresponding device is selected for the Recall function, you can specify the data items to be synchronized using this sub-menu. The submenu contents vary with the Editor. Some Editors enable you to select only a single data item, and some enable you to select multiple data items. Deletes the selected icon from the Studio Manager window.
Right-click the mouse anywhere except on any icon in the Studio Manager window (on a Macintosh computer, click anywhere except on any icon while holding down the [control] key) to display the following pop-up menu.
Modify Workspace Arrange by Name Left to Right Top to Bottom Opens the Modify Workspace page in the Setup window (see page 3). Check this to sort the icons by name. Check this to position icons from left to right. Check this to position icons from top to bottom.
Operation within Cubase
If youre using StudioManager with Cubase SX 3.0 or a later version of Cubase, you can also control the various Editors from within Cubase as follows. Using Studio Manager from within Cubase enables you to transmit and receive through the same port MIDI performance data and MIDI control signals from the Editor. If your Editor supports OPT2, you can also use Recall and Audio Integration.
Start Studio Manager, select the devices you want to edit, and specify the desired MIDI ports using the Editor (see page 3).
Virtual MIDI port display
The MIDI port used by an Editor selected in Studio Manager is shown within Cubase as the MIDI port for that device name. You can assign this port to a MIDI track.
You can open the editor directly and edit the hardware device in the same way as you would open the control panel of a VST instrument. For details about Audio Integration, visit our web site at: http://www.studioconnections.org/
Starting an Editor from Cubase
If youve assigned the editor to a MIDI port, you can open the editor from Cubases Open Device Panel button.
As of this date (May 2008), the following editors are StudioManager-compatible.
Editor LS9 Editor OPT compatibility OPT2 OPT2 OPT2 OPT2 OPT2 OPT2 OPT2 OPT2 OPT2 OPT2 OPT2 OPT2 OPT2 OPT2 OPT2 OPT2 OPT2 OPT2 OPT2 OPT2 OPT2 OPT2 OPT2 OPT2 OPT(*) OPT(*) OPT(*) OPT(*) OPT(*) OPT(*) OPT(*) OPT(*) Audio Integration Supported hardware LS9-16/LS9-32 PM5D V2.x DSP5D PM5D M7CL DM2000 02R96 DM1000 01V96
PM5D V2 Editor DSP5D Editor
PM5D Editor M7CL Editor DM2000 Editor 02R96 Editor DM1000 Editor 01V96 Editor SPX 2000 Editor 01X Editor MOTIF-RACK XS Editor MOTIF XS Editor MOTIF ES6/7/8 Multi Part Editor MOTIF ES6/7/8 Voice Editor S90 ES Multi Part Editor S90 ES Voice Editor MO6/MO8 Multi Part Editor MO6/MO8 Voice Editor MOTIF-RACK ES Multi Part Editor MOTIF-RACK ES Voice Editor MOTIF-RACK Multi Part Editor MOTIF-RACK Voice Editor GTRC Voice Editor for MOTIF6/7/8 Voice Editor for S90 Voice Editor for S08 VL Visual Editor DX Simulator AN Expert Editor Plug-in Board Editor for PLG150-DR Plug-in Board Editor for PLG150-PC
SPX2000 01X MOTIF-RACK XS MOTIF XS 6/7/8 MOTIF ES 6/7/8 MOTIF ES 6/7/8 S90 ES S90 ES MO6/MO8 MO6/MO8 MOTIF-RACK ES MOTIF-RACK ES MOTIF-RACK MOTIF-RACK Available on any MIDI device MOTIF 6/7/8 S90 S08 PLG100-VL/PLG150-VL PLG100-DX/PLG150-DX PLG150-AN PLG150-DR PLG150-PC
*: Can also be opened from Studio Manager, but there are some limitations (see below) on the functionality. Not supported by the Macintosh version. When saving all settings together from Studio Manager or a DAW application, only some settings will be saved; this means that Recall is not supported. Cubases virtual MIDI port display (see page 9) is not supported. The editor cannot be opened directly from Cubase (see page 9)
About Open Plug-in Technology
Open Plug-in Technology (OPT) is a software format that enables you to control MIDI devices from a music DAW application software. For example, this allows you to start up and operate various parts of your music system, such as plug-in board editors, and mixing control editors - directly from an OPT-compatible sequencer, without having to use each separately. OPT also makes it unnecessary to set MIDI drivers for each application, streamlining your music production system and making all operations more convenient and seamless. In addition to the original OPT, there is also Open Plug-in Technology Version 2 (OPT2), designed for use with the Recall software. Studio Manager is a host application that supports OPT 2.
About the OPT Levels and Overview
The host application and its compatibility with OPT is divided into three levels, as shown below. Level 1: OPT Panels provides basic support for opening and displaying OPT control panels that can transmit data via the clients external MIDI ports. Typically this will allow basic hardware editor control panels to operate properly. Level 2: OPT Processors provides support for real-time MIDI processors and panel automation. Typically this will allow both real-time and ofine MIDI effects to operate properly and supply automation to OPT panels. Level 3: OPT Views provides support for edit views and MIDI processors/panels that require direct access to client program storage structures. Typically this will allow sophisticated MIDI edit views to be supported. OPT-compatible plug-in software is connected directly to an OPT-compatible Editor host application.
About the OPT2 Overview
OPT2 is a software plug-in format that is a further development of OPT Level 1 (Panels), and adds functionality that allows Studio Connections to be implemented.
Editor Host Application Studio Manager
Plug-in software compatible with OPT2 is indirectly connected to the DAW application compatible with Studio Connections, via the Studio Manager.
U.R.G., Pro Audio & Digital Musical Instrument Division, Yamaha Corporation 2004 Yamaha Corporation 704IP-01E0
Studio Manager V2 Installation Guide
Studio Manager V2 Installationshandbuch Studio Manager V2 Manuel dinstallation Studio Manager V2 Gua de Instalacin
The software and this manual are the exclusive copyrights of Yamaha Corporation. Use of the software and this manual is governed by the Software Licensing Agreement which the purchaser fully agrees to upon breaking the seal of the software packaging. (Carefully read the agreement at the end of this manual before installing the software.) Copying of the software or reproduction of this manual in whole or in part by any means is expressly forbidden without the written consent of the manufacturer. Yamaha makes no representations or warranties with regard to the use of the software and documentation and cannot be held responsible for the results of the use of this manual and the software. This disc is a CD-ROM. Do not attempt to play the disc on an audio CD player. Doing so may result in irreparable damage to your audio CD player. Copying of the commercially available music sequence data and/or digital audio files is strictly prohibited except for your personal use. The screen displays as illustrated in this manual are for instructional purposes, and may appear somewhat different from the screens which appear on your computer. Future upgrades of application and system software and any changes in specifications and functions will be announced separately. Specifications and descriptions in this installation guide are for information purposes only. Yamaha Corp. reserves the right to change or modify specifications at any time without prior notice. Since specifications may not be the same in every locale, please check with your Yamaha dealer. The company names and product names in this installation guide are the trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective companies. Yamaha Professional Audio web site: http://www.yamahaproaudio.com/
Contents Getting Started.. 2
Introduction... CD-ROM Contents.. Windows System Requirements. Macintosh System Requirements.. System Hookup.. Configuring Your Yamaha Mixing Console. Caution when using a USB connection. 4
Windows Installation. 4
Adobe Reader.. 4 USB MIDI Driver.. 4 Installing Studio Manager.. 5
Macintosh Installation.. 6
USB MIDI Driver.. 6 Installing Studio Manager.. 7
Getting Started.. 8
Overview of Studio Manager.. 8 Starting and setting up Studio Manager. 9
Troubleshooting.. 10 SOFTWARE LICENSING AGREEMENT.. 11
Studio Manager V2 Installation Guide (for PM5D)
Yamaha Studio Manager enables you to control your Yamaha mixing console from a Windows or Macintosh computer. This Installation Guide explains how to install Studio Manager and the necessary driver software for Windows and Macintosh computers. For information on how to use Studio Manager and the various editors, refer to the PDF format Studio Manager manual and the manuals for the various editors which are installed on your computer when Studio Manager is installed. Refer to the owners manuals for your devices for information on operating the devices.
Folder SM_\PM5D_ Windows USBdrv2k_ Mac OS X \SM_\PM5D_ Mac OS X\USBdrv_ Software Studio Manager for PM5D1 Description Yamaha Studio Manager for PM5D (for Windows 2000/XP). Yamaha USB driver. Necessary if you are connecting to a USB port on your computer. Yamaha Studio Manager for PM5D (for Mac OS X). Yamaha USB driver. Necessary if you are connecting to a USB port on your Macintosh computer.
Yamaha USB MIDI Driver (Windows 2000, XP) Studio Manager for PM5D1 YAMAHA USB MIDI Driver for OS X
1. For information on using this software, refer to the PDF manual after installation.
Windows System Requirements
The system requirements of your operating system may differ from those listed here. Studio Manager
Computer OS Memory Hard Disk MIDI Driver A computer with a 800 MHz or faster Intel Pentium or Celeron family processor Windows 2000, XP Home Edition, XP Professional 256 MB or more 30 MB or more of free space USB or MIDI (depending on the connection between the console and the computer) 1024 x 768 pixels, 256 colors or higher 1280 x 1024, High Color 16-bit recommended (If you use display settings of 1024 x 768, turn on the Task Bars Auto-hide option.)
Macintosh System Requirements
Computer OS Memory Hard Disk Display MIDI Driver A Macintosh G4 or better and a USB port Mac OS X 10.2.8 or later 512 MB or more of free memory 30 MB or more of free space 1024 x 768 pixels, 256 colors or higher 1280 x 1024, 32,000 colors recommended USB or MIDI (depending on the connection between the console and the computer)
Yamaha USB MIDI Driver for OS X
Computer A Macintosh computer with a PowerPC processor or higher and a USB port Mac OS X 10.2 or later 64 MB or more (recommended: 128 MB or more) 2 MB or more
Yamaha USB MIDI Driver
Computer A computer with a 166 MHz or faster Intel Pentium or Celeron family processor and a USB port Windows 2000, XP Home Edition, XP Professional 32 MB or more 2 MB or more of free space
OS Memory Hard Disk
System requirements for software not listed here can be found on the CD-ROM.
The system requirements of your operating system may be different to those listed here.
The following illustration shows the available hookup methods you can use to connect your Yamaha mixing console to your computer: USB, MIDI.
Yamaha mixing console rear panel
TO HOST USB
Adobe Reader (available free of charge) must be installed on your computer in order for you to view the PDF format manuals for Studio Manager and the various editors. If you dont have Adobe Reader, access the Adobe Corporation website at the URL shown below, and download Adobe Reader. http://www.adobe.com
Mac or PC
USB port USB cable
USB MIDI Driver
If you are connecting your Yamaha mixing console to a USB port on your computer, youll need to install the Yamaha USB driver. If you already have this driver installed, skip this section.
Studio Manager USB cable Driver
Configuring Your Yamaha Mixing Console
Press the DISPLAY ACCESS [MIDI/REMOTE] key to open the MIDI SETUP screen. In the PM5D EDITOR area, select a port to communicate with the computer and assign an ID to your console.
Yamaha mixing console
The procedure you use for installing the Yamaha USB driver depends on which version of Windows youre using: Windows 2000: See page 5 Windows XP: See page 5
Caution when using a USB connection
If youve used the USB TO HOST connector to connect to your computer, you must perform the following actions. If you fail to do so, your computer or the connected mixing console may hang up, causing data damage or loss. If your computer or mixing console hangs up, turn off the power, and restart your computer. Disable the energy conservation mode (suspend/sleep/ standby/hibernate) on your computer before connecting your computer via the USB TO HOST connector. Connect the USB TO HOST connector to your computer before powering-on the mixing console. Close all application programs (such as StudioManager) before powering the mixing console on/off or connecting/ disconnecting the USB cable. Wait at least three seconds between turning the mixing console on or off, and between connecting and disconnecting the USB cable.
Start your computer to launch Windows, then log in as Administrator. Insert the included CD-ROM into your computers CD-ROM drive. Go to My Computer>Control Panel>System >Hardware>Driver Signing>File Signature Verification, select IgnoreInstall all files, regardless of file signature, and then click [OK]. Turn off your Yamaha mixing console, and then use a USB cable to connect its USB TO HOST port to a USB port on your computer. Turn on your Yamaha mixing console. The Found New Hardware Wizard appears. Click [Next]. Select Search for a suitable driver for my device (Recommended), and then click [Next]. In the subsequent window, select CD-ROM drives only, and then click [Next].
NOTE: You may be prompted to insert your Windows CD-ROM. Do not insert it! Click [OK], and in the Copy files from section of the subsequent dialog box, enter D:\USBdrv2k_ (replacing D with the drive letter of your CD-ROM drive), and then click [OK].
Start your computer to launch Windows, then log in as Administrator. Insert the included CD-ROM into your computers CD-ROM drive. Click the [Start] button, and then click [Control Panel]. The following window appears.
Click [Switch to Classic display] in the left column in the window to display all items in the Control Panel. Go to System Hardware>Driver signatures >Driver signature options, select IgnoreInstall software without asking for confirmation, and then click [OK]. Click [OK] to close the System Properties window, and then click the Close button to close the Control Panel window. Turn off your Yamaha mixing console, and then use a USB cable to connect its USB TO HOST port to a USB port on your computer. Turn on your Yamaha mixing console. The Found New Hardware Wizard appears. Select Install software automatically (recommended) (I), and then click [Next]. The driver is installed, and the message Completing the Found New Hardware Wizard appears. Click [Finish], and then restart your computer.
The driver is installed, and the message Completing the Found New Hardware Wizard appears.
Click [Finish], and then restart your computer.
Installing Studio Manager
Double-click the SM_ folder on the CD-ROM. Double-click the PM5D_ folder. Double-click Setup.exe. Follow the on-screen instructions to install the software.
If youre connecting your Yamaha mixing console to a USB port on your computer, youll need to install the Yamaha USB driver. If you already have this driver installed, skip this section.
Computer Studio Manager USB cable Driver
Enter the password for the Administrators account. If you have not set the password, click [OK]. The Welcome to the YAMAHA USBMIDI Driver Installer window is displayed.
Mac OS X
NOTE: Before installing the driver, disconnect any USB devices (other than the keyboard and mouse) from the computer.
Click [Continue]. The Select a Destination is displayed.
Start your computer, then log in as Administrator. To confirm that the Administrator account is available, select [System Preferences], then [Users (Account)]. Double-click the Mac OS X folder on the CDROM. Double-click the USBdrv_ folder. Double-click USB-MIDI Driver v1. *****.mpkg (***** represents the version number). An Authenticate window opens, prompting the password. If the window does not prompt you to enter the password, click the lock icon.
Select a destination for the driver installation, then click [Continue]. A window opens, displaying the message Click install to perform a basic installation of this software. The message Installing this software requires 100MB of disk space may appear. However, the actual required free disk space is specified in the Macintosh System Requirements on page 6.
Double-click the SM_ folder. Double-click the PM5D_ folder. Double-click Install Studio Manager. As you follow the on-screen instructions to proceed with the installation, the following screen will appear.
Click the [Close] button. The driver installation is complete. You can check the following locations to confirm that the driver has been installed: Library -> Audio -> MIDI Drivers -> YAMAHAUSBMIDIDriver.plugin Library -> PreferencePanes -> YAMAHAUSBMIDIPatch.prefPane
NOTE: If you dont select [Customize], only the editors and the English-language PDF manual will be installed.
Select the model of your console and your preferred language. Editor for the console youre using Language for the PDF manual Click [Install]. Follow the on-screen instructions to install the software.
Click [Install]. If the driver has already been installed, the [Upgrade] button is displayed instead of the [Install] button. The driver is installed, and message The software was successfully installed is displayed.
Double-click the Mac OS X folder on the CDROM.
Overview of Studio Manager
Studio Manager is a cross-platform application that enables you to start multiple Editors that control YAMAHA hardware products remotely, and to save multiple Editor settings.
Studio Manager starts Editors. Synchronize
DM2000 Editor application
Studio Manager PM5D
PM5D Editor application
SPX2000 Editor application
You can save and recall each Editors settings in Studio Manager. This enables you to recall all the settings of multiple devices from Studio Manager and control the entire system using simple operations. This capability is called the Total Recall function. Also, if you are saving the setup les or trying to synchronize multiple devices, you can recall all the settings for multiple devices using Studio Manager. Alternatively, you can recall the settings only for a certain device using the Editor of the corresponding device.
Starting and setting up Studio Manager ENGLISH
Youll need to perform the following setup in order to use the editors in Studio Manager. Start up Studio Manager. Windows 2000/XP: Click the [Start] button, place your mouse cursor over [Programs (All Programs)] -> [YAMAHA Studio Manager], then click [Studio Manager]. MacOS X: Open folders in the order of Applications -> YAMAHA -> Studio Manager, and double-click SM2. Set up Studio Manager. For details, refer to the PDF format Studio Manager manual. Start up each editor. In the Studio Manager window, double-click the icon for each editor.
Studio Manager window
Set up each editor. For details, refer to the PDF manual for each editor. Synchronize each editor with your mixing console. For details, refer to the PDF manual for each editor.
Q: Cannot install Studio Manager?
A: Check the system requirements for Studio Manager (page 3). If the computers operating system does not satisfy the system requirements, you cannot install the software.
Q: How to remove & reinstall the Yamaha USB MIDI Driver
A: Mac OS X: When you delete the following files, the driver will be removed. After removing the driver, restart the computer and re-install the driver. -> Library -> Preferences -> jp.co.yamaha.USBMIDIDriver.plist (This file is created after the driver is loaded.) Library -> Audio -> MIDI Drivers -> YAMAHAUSBMIDIDriver.plugin Library -> PreferencePanes -> YAMAHAUSBMIDIPatch.prefPane Note: represents folders for users in the Users folder on the hard disk. Note: Only root users can delete the driver. Most users are not authorized to delete the driver.
Q: The console is unable to communicate with Studio Manager via USB.
A: Have you installed the Yamaha USB MIDI driver (Windows page 4, Mac page 6)? A: Is the USB cable connected correctly (page 4)? A: Is your Yamaha mixing console configured correctly (page 4)? A: Is each editor set to the correct ID (page 4, the manual for each editor)? A: If a USB hub is connected between the console and the computer, remove it and connect the console directly to the computer.
Q: The system fails to function correctly.
A: If your computer seems unresponsive, make sure it satisfies the system requirements (page 3). A: Quit any other applications that you are not using.
Q: Cannot install the Yamaha USB MIDI Driver?
A: Is the USB cable connected correctly (page 4)? A: Try disconnecting the USB cable, and then reconnecting it. A: Windows: Is USB enabled? When your Yamaha mixing console is connected to your computer for the first time, if the Add New Hardware Wizard doesnt appear, it may be because your computers USB controller is disabled. To check this, open the System control panel, click the Device Manager tab, and check for any crosses (x) or exclamation points (!) next to the Universal Serial Bus controllers and USB Root Hub items. If these items do have these marks next to them, your USB controller is disabled. For information on enabling your USB controller, refer to your computers documentation. A: Windows: If for some reason installation of the Yamaha USB Driver fails, your Yamaha mixing console may be registered as an unknown device and you may not be able to reinstall the driver until the unknown device is deleted. In this case, open the System control panel, click the Device Manager tab, and select the View devices by connection option. If an item called Other devices appears in the list, click it. If theres an item called Unknown device, select it and then click the Remove button. Disconnect the USB cable, reconnect it, and then try reinstalling the driver again.
Q: After I installed a new editor, a different editor will no longer start up.
A: For some combinations of versions of Studio Manager and the various editors, an editor may not start up. Please download the latest versions from the website, and reinstall the latest versions of all editors. http://www.yamahaproaudio.com/
Q: Cannot suspend or resume your computer?
A: Windows: Suspend will not work if there are any MIDI applications open. A: Windows 2000: Depending on your systems USB controller, suspend and resume may not work properly. If your Yamaha mixing console does stop responding, try disconnecting and reconnecting the USB cable.
SOFTWARE LICENSING AGREEMENT
The following is a legal agreement between you, the end user, and Yamaha Corporation (Yamaha). The enclosed Yamaha software program is licensed by Yamaha to the original purchaser for use only on the terms set forth herein. Please read this licensing agreement with care. Opening this package indicates that you accept all terms outlined herein. If you do not agree to the terms, return this package unopened to Yamaha for a full refund. In the event that you obtained the enclosed Yamaha software program(s) as a part of a software package or software bundled with a hardware product, you may not return the enclosed Yamaha software program(s) to Yamaha.
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The SOFTWARE program is copyrighted. You may not engage in reverse engineer-ing or reproduction of the SOFTWARE by other conceivable methods. You may not reproduce, modify, change, rent, lease, resell, or distribute the SOFTWARE in whole or in part, or create derivative works from the SOFTWARE. You may not transmit or network the SOFTWARE with other computers. You may transfer ownership of the SOFTWARE and the accompanying written materials on a permanent basis provided that you retain no copies and the recipient agrees to the terms of the licensing agreement.
The licensing condition of the software program becomes effective on the day that you receive the SOFTWARE. If any one of the copyright laws or clauses of the licensing conditions is violated, the licensing agreement shall be terminated automatically without notice from Yamaha. In this case, you must destroy the licensed SOFTWARE and its copies immediately.
4. PRODUCT WARRANTY
Yamaha warrants to the original purchaser that if the SOFTWARE, when used in normal conditions, will not perform the functions described in the manual provided by Yamaha, the sole remedy will be that Yamaha will replace any media which proves defective in materials or workmanship on an exchange basis without charge. Except as expressly set forth above, the SOFTWARE is provided as is, and no other war-ranties, either expressed or implied, are made with respect to this software, including, without limitation the implied warranties of merchantability and fitness for a particular purpose.
5. LIMITED LIABILITY
Your sole remedies and Yamahas entire liability are as set forth above. In no event will Yamaha be liable to you or any other person for any damages, including without limitation any incidental or consequential damages, expenses, lost profits, lost savings or other damages arising out of the use or inability to use such SOFTWARE even if Yamaha or an authorized dealer has been advised of the possibility of such damages, or for any claim by any other party.
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