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A Note on Touch-Sensitive Faders
When using the touch-sensitivity of the faders in automation, you should always use your fingers to touch the faders. If you use a pencil or ruler, etc., or even your fingernails to touch them, the fader will not register as having been touched.
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There are two possible sources of time code to which the DM-24s automation can lock. Both are equal in functionality and accuracy. Your choice will depend on what you have available in your situation. The choices are:
There is an RCA jack (TIME CODE on the back of the DM-24 which accepts Linear Time Code (SMPTE/EBU). To use LTC with the automation system, go to the SYNC/TC tab in the OPTION display, and then select TC IN as shown below:
Figure 1 OPTION / SYNC/TC display showing LTC choice
This refers to MIDI Time Code being received at the DM-24s MIDI Input. The source of MTC could be a Digital Audio Workstation (DAW), hardware recorder that does not support LTC, or any other source of MTC. To use MTC with the automation, go to the SYNC/TC tab in the OPTION display then select MIDI IN MTC as shown below.
Figure 2 OPTION / SYNC/TC display showing MTC choice
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While the DM-24 automation system is extremely powerful, it is also very easy to use. This Quick Start covers much of what you need to know to run the system. The rest of the manual provides details on the concepts of the system and how to use it to its fullest potential.
Starting out with the time code
1 Connect a LTC or MTC (time code) source to the Time Code or MIDI input on the rear panel of the DM-24. Choose the appropriate setting in the OPTION SYNC/TC display. Be sure your recorder is set to output the correct type of time code.
Access the automation screens
2 Press the AUTOMATION key to access the automation screens on the display. If you do not see the AUTO MAIN display, press the
AUTOMATION key repeatedly until you see AUTO MAIN.
EXT.CTRL MIDI/MC AUTOMATION SHIFT
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Turn on the automation
3 Move the cursor to the onscreen AUTOMATION ENGINE button and press the ENTER key to turn on the automation system:.
Generally, a control that has dynamic mix moves written is said to be in Dynamic mode. A control that has no dynamic mix moves written is said to be in Static mode.
Think of this as record-ready on a multi-track recorder. When Write is enabled, all controls that are in Auto mode will normally read existing mix moves. As soon as you adjust a control, while Write mode is enabled, that control will begin writing new mix moves, overwriting any pre-existing data.
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During a mix there may be sections where there are good mix moves on a control but the overall level of that control needs to be raised or lowered while preserving the existing moves. Trim mode is used to make such relative offsets to existing mix moves for the duration of the Trim operation. The diagram below will help you to understand this concept.
1 sec +12 +6 +-3 -6 -sec 3 sec 4 sec 5 sec 6 sec 7 sec 8 sec
1 sec +12 +6 +-3 -6 -9 -sec 3 sec 4 sec 5 sec 6 sec 7 sec 8 sec
Figure 3 Illustration of Trim mode behavior.
In the example shown above, a fader is raised at the Begin Trim point and released at the End Trim point. The upward movement of the fader would be
added to the existing data. When a Trim is performed, the audio passing through the control includes the Trim move in real time.
During the course of an automated mix some controls will require movement (Dynamic automation), and some controls will stay in one place with their settings stored in the mix file (Static automation). Any control in Static mode will automatically update its setting in the mix file whenever that control is moved.
The controls movement will not be recorded as dynamic automation as long as Write mode is not enabled
Any control in Safe mode will only read existing static or dynamic automation. Moving a control in Safe mode will not write any automation data nor affect the audio passing through that control. It is possible to place all mixer controls in Safe mode by holding the 2ND F. key while pressing ALL SAFE.
This mode removes a control from the automation system completely. A control that is Off cannot record or playback mix moves. However, moving a control that is Off will affect the audio passing through that control. The setting of a control that is Off will not be stored in the mix file.
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Rehearse is a special status that works with Write, Trim and Static modes. Rehearse allows you to practice or experiment with mix moves without recording them.
The three automation display screens on the DM-24 described below are used for the following purposes: Enabling/disabling the automation system Setting operational preferences Setting the master Auto Fade Out time Displaying used/available memory Over-riding the automation systems automatic mode switching Copy/paste of configuration between channels Mix file management In all automation displays, the cursor is moved by using the cursor keys, located to the lower right of the display. Check boxes are enabled/disabled by moving the cursor to the check box then pressing the ENTER key. Time values are entered by moving the cursor to the desired box, changing the value with the JOG/DATA dial then pressing the ENTER key. Time values flash until confirmed with the ENTER key. To access the automation displays, press the AUTOMATION key. Repeatedly pressing the AUTOMATION key toggles between the displays. While viewing these, it is also possible to select a different automation display by pressing the leftmost soft key under the display, then using the leftmost POD to select a display, and then pressing the leftmost soft key again to view the selected display.
AUTOMATION ENGINE This on-screen button
enables/disables the DM-24s automation system. When enabled, AUTO is displayed in the upper left of the display with the currently selected channel, in all mixer displays. No automation data will be recorded or played back when the automation system is disabled. When the DM-24 is powered on, the automation system will be disabled, even if it was enabled when powered off.
older mixes to the next highest memory bank. If all memory banks are filled, a Keep operation will delete the oldest mix. All mixes saved using Keep will be numerically sequenced with highest numbers being the latest mixes. The default value of this check box is on (keep confirmation is enabled).
This is not implemented in Version 1.xx software.
AUTOMATION MODE MULTI PASS Normally, the mixer exits Write or Trim mode when it is no longer receiving time code. When this check box is enabled, the mixer remains in Write or Time mode until the mode is manually dis-
KEEP CONFIRMATION When enabled, a pop-up box will ask for confirmation before performing a Keep operation. A Keep operation saves a copy of the current mix into the first memory bank, pushing
abled. This allows you to perform mix moves at will without having to manually enable Write or Trim on every pass. Here are examples of instances where this would be useful: There may be existing mix moves all the way through a song which need to be louder from halfway through the song until the songs end. Using the s setting in the Trim Revert Time field allows you to perform this operation without the need to play the song all the way to the end in order to record the new mix data. There may be existing mix moves all the way through a song, however, during the mixing process it is determined that a control should remain at one setting from a point within the song until the songs end. Using the s setting in the Write Revert Time field allows you to perform this operation without the need to play the song all the way to the end in order to record the new mix data.
TRIM ALL When enabled, a Trim operation will be
applied to all mix moves from the beginning of a mix to its end, regardless of the transports position within the program. This allows you to change the overall level of a control and maintain all mix moves pre-existing on that control while listening to the program at any time code location.
AUTO REVERT When Auto Revert is enabled, a control smoothly matches back to its previous setting when you release it. When Auto Revert is disabled, you must manually punch out of automation recording by pressing the REVERT key, or by stopping the incoming time codethe control will then smoothly match back to its previous setting.
There are independent check boxes to enable Auto Revert for Write and Trim modes.
AUTO REVERT WRITE (or TRIM) must be enabled for Write (or Trim) To End to work. A Write/Trim To End operation must be completed by stopping the time code. Manually disabling Write or Trim mode while time code is running will not perform a Write To End operation. If the REVERT TIME value is changed from the s (infinity) setting to a non-infinite value (that is, anything else), and a Write (or Trim) To End is in progress, the controls start reverting immediately.
It is possible to enable or disable Auto Revert during a mix pass. The new setting is applied to mix moves only. The following describes an example: With the WRITE indicator lit, and AUTO REVERT WRITE disabled, move the faders. Now enable AUTO REVERT WRITE, and move a different set of faders. These will revert automatically, but the first set will continue to write until you press REVERT.
REVERT TIMES To the right of the Auto Revert
check boxes are fields to enter Revert Times. The Revert Time is the amount of time (in seconds) it takes for a control to smoothly match back to its previous setting. There are fields to set an independent Revert Time for Write and Trim modes. These fields can be set from 0.5 seconds to 10 seconds in 0.5 second increments. The s setting in the Revert Time fields enables Write/Trim To End mode, which applies a Write or Trim operation from the point where automation recording began, all the way to the end of the mix. In the case of Write mode, this overwrites any existing mix data from the point where automation recording began, all the way to the end of the mix. In the case of Trim mode, this applies the Trim operation from the point automation recording began all the way to the end of the mix.
CONTROL SENSE TIME OUT The DM-24s faders are touch-sensitive, so the automation system knows when you have touched or released a fader, thus punching into or out of automation record.
The POD controls, control surface keys and rotary encoders are not touch-sensitive. These controls must detect movement in order to begin recording mix moves. The Control Sense Time Out value allows these controls to punch out of automation record automatically after the specified amount of time has passed without movement of the control. This field can be set from 0.5 seconds to 10 seconds in 0.5 second increments.
A useful trick is to map the Auxiliary Sends to faders for touch-sensitive control: Press either the AUX 1-2, AUX 3-4 or AUX 5-6 key and use the AUX LEVEL selection tabs at the bottom of the screen to select an aux send across all channels Use the faders to write your Auxiliary Send mix moves
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AUTO FADE OUT TIME This field determines
the duration of a linear fade written to the Master Fader when the AUTO FADE key is pressed. This field can be set from 0.5 seconds to 10 seconds in 0.5 second increments. Since this fade is written directly using the Master Fader, it is not possible to change its time value after an Auto Fade has been performed. To write an Auto Fade: Press the WRITE key. Hold 2ND F. and press AUTO FADE at the point where you want the fade to begin. To erase an Auto Fade it is necessary to overwrite the duration of the fade manually or by using the Write To End function.
A useful trick to remember: A linear fade is often not musically desirable. Typically in these cases you will begin the fade at a faster rate and end the fade at a slower rate. Use the Auto Fade function to perform this: Press WRITE. Hold 2ND F. and press AUTO FADE at the point where you want the fade to begin. Continue to hold 2ND F. and press AUTO FADE again to restart the Auto Fade Time from the faders current position. This may be repeated as often as desired to slow down the end of an Auto Fade to a mere crawl.
1 The word AUTO appears here in all mixer LCD displays when the automation system is enabled. The word WRITE appears here solid when the mixer is ready to record either Static or Dynamic mix data. The word WRITE flashes when the automation system is actually writing mix data on the selected channel. This could be a Write or Trim operation. 2 This indicates the source of the time code being used by the mixer and the automation system. TC indicates Linear Time Code and MTC indicates MIDI Time Code. 3 Shows the currently selected mix memory bank. The mix shown here will be the mix used for Store, Edit and Recall operations chosen at the bottom of the display. 4 Shows the Memo along with the size of the mix file for the mix shown in #3 above. 5 Shows the amount of bank memory used by the selected mix in its memory bank. 6 Shows a list of available mixes in their memory banks. 7 Use the fourth POD control (the rightmost one) under the display to highlight a stored mix. 8 The soft key under this display button is used to recall the highlighted mix into the current mix memory.
9 The soft key under this display button is used to start the editing of the name of a stored mix. 10 The soft key under this display button is used to store the current mix into a storage bank. 11 The soft key under this display button displays the list of the three automation display screens. Use the leftmost POD to highlight a display and the leftmost soft key or the ENTER key to activate the highlighted display. 12 Move the cursor to this LCD button to create a new project.
Creating a new project will erase the contents of the current mix memory.
13 DELETE permanently erases the contents of the highlighted mix bank.
There is no undo for this operation. PROTECT locks the contents of the highlighted mix
bank so it cannot be accidentally deleted. 14 Any mix memo information along with the size of the current mix is displayed here. 15 The title of the current mix is displayed here. See the main manual section on Libraries for details of naming library entries, etc.
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Figure 4 AUTO CONFIG display where automatic mode switching can be over-ridden.
The grid represented in the AUTO CONFIG display is used to manually over-ride the automations mode switching. The selected channel is displayed in the upper left of the display. If the displayed channel is part of a group, this is indicated in the upper right of the grid. The changes made in this grid are applied to channel and controls selected by the APPLY TO buttons at the right of the display. Use the rightmost POD to make this selection. Note that it is not necessary to press ENTER to confirm this setting. When a module or control is set to any mode except
Auto using this display, that module or control remains in that mode until it is reset back to Auto.
ALL MODULE When selected, the changes in this display are applied to a single control across all channels. For example, with ALL MODULE selected, enabling SAFE in the FADER row places all mixer faders into Safe mode. ALL CNTRLS When selected, the changes in this display are applied to all controls on the selected channel. This applies the changes to the libraries. ALL When selected, the changes in this display are applied to all controls on all channels. COPY This soft key copies the configuration of the
currently-selected channel into a special clipboard where it can then be pasted to another channel.
The settings made in this display are saved as part of the mix data.
MODULE When selected, the changes in this display will only be applied to the specified control on the selected channel.
PASTE This soft key pastes the configuration copied using the COPY soft key to the currently-selected channel. Note that there is no Undo for this operation.
Channel LED Indicators
Each channel has an LED indicator immediately above the fader. When automating a mix, these indicators can be used to show whether a channel is writing, reading or reverting. Use the OPTION display screen to set the function of these indicators. The default use is as channel overload indicators, as explained in the main manual. When used as automation indicators, they flash when any control on a channel is writing or reverting. They are lit steadily when all controls on a channel are reading. The global Revert LED above the REVERT key follows the behavior of the channel indicators when they are used for automation.
Operating the DM-24s automation system is designed to be intuitive and transparent to the mixing process, while offering power and flexibility previously unavailable on a mixing console. The steps below, combined with an understanding of the information on the previous pages, will have you automating your mixes in no time.
Setting Up Your Mix
Action: Enable the automation system in the AUTO MAIN display by moving the cursor to the on-screen AUTOMATION ENGINE button and pressing ENTER. Result: The settings of all mixer controls are stored into the current mix memory. Changing any settings will automatically update those settings in the current mix memory. This is just like mixing on an analog console except the system now knows where every
control is set. The automation system sees these controls as being in Static mode.
Action: Store the mix file in a memory bank (see AUTO FILES on page 14). Result: Until a mix is stored in a memory bank, it
only exists in the current mix memory. The current mix memory is erased when the console is powered off, so storing a mix in a memory bank is required for later recall.
Writing Mix Moves
Action: Press the WRITE key before or after starting time code so that its indicator lights. With time code running, perform the desired mix move. Result: With the console in Write mode, any movement of a control while time code is running is written to that control by the automation system.
In the case of the touch-sensitive faders, writing begins when a fader is touched. In the case of POD controls, writing will begin when the control is moved. Once dynamic mix moves have been written to a control, the automation system automatically changes that control from Static mode to Dynamic mode, in order to read mix moves. Controls that have not had mix moves written to them remain in Static mode, even if those controls are on the same channel as a control that has had dynamic mix data written to it.
When a control stops recording mix moves, it reverts to the setting that existed before recording the mix move. The previously existing setting could be a dynamic mix move or a static control position. The amount of time it takes to make a smooth match from the end of the recorded mix move to the previously existing setting is called the Revert Time. A Revert Time is applied, even when the time code is stopped, past the point where the time code stopped, to ensure a smooth transition between the new mix move and the controls previous setting. In this case, controls stop writing mix moves at different times, depending on when they were released (faders) or when movement ended (POD controls). In the case of touch-sensitive faders, reverting begins when the fader is released. In the case of POD controls, reverting begins when the CONTROL SENSE TIMEOUT has expired without the control being moved. The CONTROL SENSE TIMEOUT allows the POD controls to respond as if they are touch-sensitive (even though they are not). When a Revert occurs, the control smoothly matches back to its previous value, based on the set value of the Revert Time. The previous control value could be a controls Static position or a controls Dynamic mix moves.
Auto Revert Choices
With AUTO REVERT WRITE enabled, the automation system stops writing mix moves automatically on a per control basis without the need to end writing manually.
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See the diagrams below to understand how this works:
Existing Static Fader Position
Fader Movement Touch Fader Release Fader
Figure 5 Writing a fader move over a previous static fader position with Auto Revert enabled
Existing Static POD Position
Control Sense Timeout
POD Movement Move POD Release POD
Figure 6 Writing a POD move over a previous static position with Auto Revert enabled.
Existing Fader Move
Figure 7 Writing a new fader move over a previous Dynamic fader move with Auto Revert enabled
Existing POD Move
Figure 8 Writing a new POD move over a previous Dynamic POD move with Auto Revert enabled.
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Disabling Auto Revert allows you to manually
stop writing mix moves, either by stopping the time code, or by pressing the REVERT key. In this case, all controls that are writing mix moves will stop writing simultaneously when REVERT is pressed or time code stops. When a Revert is triggered by stopping the time code, the Revert Time is still applied to the control beyond where time code was stopped, for a smooth match from the end of the new mix move to the controls previous setting. See the diagrams below to see how this works:
Fader Movement Touch Fader Release Fader Press REVERT or stop Time Code
Figure 9 Writing a new fader move over a previous Static fader position with Auto Revert disabled
POD Movement Move POD Release POD Press REVERT or stop Time Code
Figure 10 Writing a new POD move over a previous Static POD position with Auto Revert disabled
Existing Mix Move
Figure 11 Writing a new fader move over previous Dynamic fader moves with Auto Revert disabled
Figure 12 Writing a new POD move over previous Dynamic POD moves with Auto Revert disabled
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Write To End:
When the Write Revert Time is set to s, you are essentially telling the automation system to maintain a controls last setting from the point where the automation recording ends, all the way to the end of the program. This is called Write To End. In this case, any mix moves existing in the time between the end of automation recording and the end of the program will be erased.
A Write/Trim To End operation must be completed by stopping the time code. Manually disabling Write or Trim mode while time code is running will not perform a Write To End operation. AUTO REVERT must be enabled to use Write To End.
Fader Movement Touch Fader Release Fader Stop Time Code
Figure 13 Write To End over previous Static fader position
Figure 14 Write To End over previous Dynamic fader moves.
POD Movement Move POD Release POD Stop Time Code
Figure 15 Write To End over previous Static POD position
Figure 16 Write To End over previous Dynamic POD moves.
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Writing Switch Events
Switch Events are defined as the switching of any on/off controls. Examples of such controls are MUTE keys and the EQ ON key. Switch events can be written in Write or Trim mode with the same results. Once a switch event has been written to a control, the automation system automatically changes that control from Static mode to Dynamic mode, in order to read mix moves. Controls that have not had switch events written remain in Static mode, even if those controls are on the same channel as a control that has had other mix data written to it.
Action: Press the WRITE key before or after starting time code and its indicator lights. With time code running, press the desired key or keys to write the switch event at the desired time code location.
Result: This works for muting, EQ On/Off, EQ
band type switching, Auxiliary send Pre/Post switching and Library Recall.
Because switch events are not continuous data like fader moves, there is no need to make a smooth match to previous data. Changing the Revert Time has no effect on writing switch events.
CONTROL SENSE TIME OUT & Switch Events
The DM-24s faders are touch sensitive, so the automation system knows when you have touched or released a fader, thus punching into or out of automation writing. The control surface keys are not touch sensitive. These controls write a switch event when pressed, while Write or Trim mode is enabled. Control Sense Time Out allows these keys to punch out of automation writing automatically, after the specified amount of time has passed without being pressed. This field can be set from 0.5 seconds to 10 seconds in 0.5 second increments.
Auto Revert Choices:
With AUTO REVERT WRITE/TRIM enabled, the automation system stops recording switch events automatically on a per control basis, without any need to end writing manually. In this case, keys stop recording switch events at different times, depending on when they were last pressed and depending on the value set in CONTROL SENSE TIMEOUT. In the case of control surface keys, writing ends when the CONTROL SENSE TIMEOUT has expired without a key press. CONTROL SENSE TIMEOUT allows the control surface keys to respond as if they are touch-sensitive, even though they are not. Writing switch events over a Static switch position simply adds the new switch events. When writing new switch events over previous ones, the DM-24 automation system provides you with a high degree of flexibility over when writing will end. See the diagram below to understand this behavior:
Existing Switch Events
1 sec +sec 3 sec 4 sec 5 sec 6 sec 7 sec 8 sec
+6 +-3 -6 -12
New Switch Events
+6 +-3 -6 -9 -12
Switch OFF Control Sense Timeout
Resulting Switch Events
Figure 17 Writing new switch events over previous switch events with Auto Revert enabled.
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Disabling Auto Revert allows you to stop writing switch events manually, either by stopping the time code or by pressing the REVERT key. In this case, all controls that are writing will stop writing simultaneously when REVERT is pressed or when time code stops. See the diagram below to understand this behavior:
Hold Fader Raise Fader Release Fader
Figure 20 Trimming fader moves with Auto Revert enabledl
Figure 21 Trimming POD moves with Auto Revert enabled.
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Disabling AUTO REVERT TRIM allows you to manually stop trimming mix moves by stopping the time code or by pressing the REVERT key. In this case, all
Figure 22 Trimming fader moves with Auto Revert disabled
controls that are trimming mix moves will stop trimming simultaneously when REVERT is pressed or time code stops.
Fader Movement Touch Fader Release Fader Press REVERT
Move & Release POD
Figure 23 Trimming POD moves with Auto Revert disabled.
Trim To End
When the Trim Revert Time is set to s, you are essentially telling the automation system to maintain the offset created by the trim operation from the point where trimming ends, all the way to the end of the program.
A Write/Trim To End operation must be completed by stopping the time code. Manually disabling Write or Trim mode while time code is running will not perform a Write To End operation.
Raise Fader & Release
Figure 24 Trimming fader moves with Trim To End enabled.
Move POD & Release
Figure 25 Trimming POD moves with Trim To End enabled.
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A mixing trick: Punch into a mix (This can be done with Trim or Write mode). Start the time code. Move a control to its desired position. You will hear the audio follow the move. Press the WRITE or TRIM key to instantly punch that control into automation Write at the new position. The result will be the fastest possible move when reading back the mix.
The Initial Status of a control is its value before the first dynamic mix move is present. Until dynamic mix moves are written to a control, there is no difference between the Initial Status of the control and its Static position. When dynamic mix moves are written to a control, that control is no longer in Static mode. It is in Dynamic mode. Any change to the mix data on such a control takes into account both the Initial Status of the control and any Dynamic data present.
5 sec 6 sec 7 sec 8 sec
1 sec +12 +6 +-3 -6 -12
Dynamic Data Initial Status
Editing the Initial Status
Once a control is in Dynamic mode, any new mix moves written to that control will be dynamic mix moves. If it becomes necessary to alter a controls starting point (Initial Status) before the first dynamic move written, Initial Edit is used. 1 While holding 2ND F., press INITIAL EDIT/ EDIT to enter Initial Edit mode. The automation system will stop reading dynamic data and all controls will snap to their Initial Status positions. 2 Adjust any control to change its Initial Status. In the case of switches, pressing a switch while in Initial Edit mode will change its Initial Status to reflect its new setting. Hold 2ND F. and press INITIAL EDIT/ DISCARD to return all controls to their unedited Initial Status values while remaining in Initial Edit mode. Hold 2ND F. and press INITIAL EDIT/EDIT to exit Initial Edit, saving changes. There is no Undo for this operation.
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Recording and mixing with the DM-24 and Digi 001
The combination of the TASCAM DM-24 and the Digi 001 make for a very powerful system. While the 001 provides 32 audio tracks in Pro Tools and audio I/O, the DM-24 provides 16 mic pres, 24-bit A/D converters, compressors, gates, 4-band parametric EQ, and DSP effects like TC Works reverb, and Antares mic/speaker modelers. This document will show you how to use this combination for recording and mixing. You will be able to record up to 8 tracks simultaneously via ADAT I/O. You will be able to submix 14 tracks within the DM24. Each of the 14 channels will have a compressor, a 4-band parametric EQ and 6 aux sends. The aux sends can be used with the two internal effects processors and with outboard effects processors. You will also have access to the snapshot recall and dynamic automation. This takes the stress off of your computers CPU leaving you more resources to run your favorite plug-ins and automation in Pro Tools. This 14 track submix will be sent back to Pro Tools via S/PDIF where it will join the Pro Tools stereo buss signal. The Pro Tools stereo buss signal is sent back to the DM-24 via S/PDIF where it is monitored via your powered speakers. This document will also show you how to use HUI emulation. This allows the DM-24 to be a powerful control surface for Pro Tools as well. HOOK UP 1. Connect an ADAT lightpipe cable between the OUT of the DM-24 and the IN of the 001. 2. Connect an ADAT lightpipe cable between the IN of the DM-24 and the OUT of the 001. 3. Connect an S/PDIF cable between the OUT of the DM-24 and the IN of the 001. 4. Connect an S/PDIF cable between the IN of the DM-24 and the OUT of the 001. 5. Connect a MIDI cable between the OUT of the DM-24 and the IN of the 001. 6. Connect a MIDI cable between the IN of the DM-24 and the OUT of the 001. 7. Connect a cable between outputs 3-8 of the 001 to line inputs 11-16 of the DM-24.
WORD CLOCK In this example the 001 will be the wordclock master. On the I/O page set D-1 IN to RCA (S/PDIF.)
On the DM-24 DIGITAL-CLOCK page, set the DM-24 to clock to the D-1 IN (RCA.)
SETTINGS In the example below, theDM-24 has mic/line inputs 1-8 assigned to channels 1-8. These channels are set to DIRECT OUT. Notice that RETURN C: ADAT trk 1-8 is also chosen for this group of 8 channels. This setting is needed to send the DIRECT OUTS to the ADAT digital output. These are the signals that will be sent to Pro Tools for recording.
The output page must also be setup to send DIRECT 1-8 to the ADAT output.
To record in Pro Tools from the DM-24, you must assign your Pro Tools tracks to receive their input from the ADAT connection sent from the DM-24 direct outputs. INPUTS OUTPUTS
You must also assign your outputs. This is where you decide what tracks you want to mix in the DM-24, and what tracks you want to mix in Pro Tools. In the example below the Tambourine is sent to analog output 5, the Bass is being sent to analog output 6 and the other tracks are being sent to the Pro Tools stereo buss.
In the example below, channels 17-32 are setup to receive 14 tracks from the 001 - 8 tracks via ADAT digital I/O and 6 tracks from the analog I/O. These channels are all assigned to the stereo buss of the DM-24.
The stereo buss of the DM-24 is sent to the S/PDIF Digital Output 1.
In Pro Tools, create a stereo aux input. Set the input to S/PDIF. This is where the stereo buss signal of the DM-24 is sent to Pro Tools. This signal is assigned to the Pro Tools stereo buss. INPUTS OUTPUTS
Assign channels 15 and 16 to D IN 1-L and D IN 1-R.
Assign channels 15-16 to BUSS 1-2 and nothing else. Assign EFFECT 1 and 2 to the Stereo buss.
On the MONITOR page assign SEL 1 to BUSS 1-2. Press the SEL 1 key in the Control Room section to Monitor this section.
This is how you route audio with this system. You are always monitoring the Pro Tools stereo buss. There are two different ways to monitor with reverb while you are recording. You can set up post fader aux sends on channels 1-8. The reverb returns have been sent directly to the stereo buss. If you continue to monitor the Pro Tools stereo buss, you will hear the reverb while you are recording - even though the recording is dry. This is suitable if the Pro Tools track is being sent to the Pro Tools stereo buss, not back to the DM-24 for submixing. If the track IS being sent back to the DM-24 for submixing, you should setup a post fader aux send on the return channel. This way, if you do punch ins, the track playing back will go through reverb. If not, the track will be playing back dry until you punch in, and then the input signal will have reverb on it. This can be a little strange for the performer.
DM-24 HUI emulation with Pro Tools First, you must have an OMS setup which has MIDI I/O connected between the 001 and the DM-24 (HUI).
As a device: Manuf: Mackie Model: other Device ID: 0 Name HUI Receives MTC is checked Is Controller is checked Receives on CH 1 In Pro Tools Session Startup window MTC to Port is checked and HUI is the chosen port.
Under SETUPS-PERIPHERALS-MIDI CONTROLLERS #1 TYPE is HUI Receive from HUI Send to HUI Channels 8
On the DM-24 EXTERNAL CONTROL page HUI EMULATE ID 01 MIDI RX checked.
On the MACHINE CONTROL page HUI EMULATE ID 01 TRA checked and REC 1-8.
On the OPTION-SYNC/TC page I have SYNC SOURCE and MIDI IN MTC checked. This allows the DM24 automation to be triggered by the MTC sent from Pro Tools.
On the DM-24 EXTERNAL CONTROL page use the cursor to point to the JUMP TO SCREEN icon and press ENTER. This will take you to the HUI control screen.
SEND A-E refer to aux sends. If you point to A and press ENTER, the encoders on the LCD will show you all of the levels for the first aux send on the channels viewed. Using the cursors, you can highlight the encoder area and adjust them 4 at a time. Pressing SHIFT flips the aux send controls from the POD knobs to the faders. This allows you to control the aux sends 8 at a time with touch sensitive faders. When PAN is solid, it will show you the pan settings for all channels viewed on the encoders on the LCD screen. Press ENTER and PAN will flash. This simply removes PAN control from the POD knobs. Moves made with the HUI emulation are recorded in Pro Tools automation, NOT with the DM-24 automation. MTC sent from Pro Tools is used to trigger the DM-24s internal automation. This is helpful as you are running audio in to the DM-24. If you are ONLY using the DM-24 as a control surface and mixing in Pro Tools, the MTC going to the DM-24 is not needed.
The small print
HUI is a registered trademark of Mackie Designs Inc. Pro Tools is a registered trademark of Avid Technology, Inc. and its subsidiaries and divisions. The DM-24 provides basic HUI functionality. Faders, pans, mutes, track arming, aux sends, transports, banking in groups of 8 and individual channel banking. The DM-24 does NOT provide all the features of a Mackie HUI.
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