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WARNING There should never be more than one word clock signal in a digital audio system. If there are not, at worst, damage may occur to speakers, ampliers, etc. as a result of highfrequency noise generated by word clock incompatibilities. See Word synchronization on page 16 for a brief explanation of word clocks as they apply to the TM-D1000.
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1.3.10MIDI IN & OUT

These MIDI connectors are used for control by an external sequencer, etc., as well as for receiving MIDI timecode and transmitting MIDI Machine Control commands to external equipment. See MIDI Machine control on page 29, Locations on page 30 and MIDI control of the TMD1000 on page 32 for further details of MIDI functions and the TM-D1000.

1.3.13TDIF-1 A

This 25-pin D-sub connector is used to connect eight input and eight output digital audio channels from and to a DTRS recorder, or other suitably-equipped digital audio multitrack device.


There are two pairs of digital outputs provided: A and B. Each pair outputs the digital audio through both an XLR and an RCA coaxial connector.
NOTE When making TDIF-1 connections between units, you must always use genuine TASCAM cables, or TASCAM-approved cables. Although these cables appear similar to certain types of computer cables and use similar connectors, the cables themselves are very different, and the different electrical characteristics of the cables can cause damage to the equipment connected with the wrong cables. If the use of cables other than TASCAM cables causes or results in damage, the warranty is voided.


Digital audio may be received through either the XLR or RCA coaxial input of this digital audio input.
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2 - The TM-D1000 menu system
The operational heart of the TM-D1000 is the menu system. Using this system, you can set up common channel parameters, such as equalization, etc. and also the more general global settings, such as console conguration. The menu system may be described in the following way: At the top level are the main menus, such as the Option menu, channel AUX and EQ menus. Below these menus there may be sub-menus, for instance, in the Option menu, there are Setup, Effect and MIDI sub-menus. Within a sub-menu, there may be further submenus, or parameters. If there is only one parameter shown on the screen whose value is to be edited, the DATA ENTRY knob is used to change the value, and the ENTER key is used to conrm this change. If there are two or more parameters shown on the screen whose values may be edited, the data editing knobs are used to change the values (see Data editing knobs on page 6). The controls which are used to navigate and change the values within the menu system are described below:

toring system, which may damage your ears and/or monitoring equipment. We therefore recommend that when making these changes, you turn down the headphone volume and remove your headphones, if you are wearing them. You should also turn down the input levels of any amplication equipment connected to the MONITOR OUTPUT and STEREO OUTPUT jacks.
This key is used for three separate purposes; it is used as a key to move up through the menu tree, as a recall key when recalling effect settings or parameter snapshots, and together with the SHIFT key is used to store snapshots, etc. It is also used in the snapshot Direct Recall mode (see DIRECT RECALL on page 27).
Operating Tip When we describe making settings in the Option menu, we assume that the menu is at the top level, in other words, the top line of the display reads Option. If you press the SHIFT and OPTION keys together to enter the Option menu, and the top line of the display does not show Option, press the ESCAPE/RECALL STORE key until it does.


This key is used to select the channel parameter to be edited (EQ, AUX or the effect or dynamic processors). Available options (not all options are available in all modes) will light the indicators. Repeated presses of this key will cycle between these selections, and the appropriate indicator will light green. Selections that are available, but not selected, will light red. When the SHIFT key is pressed and held down together with this key, you can make settings to the options that affect the internal parameters of the TM-D1000. When we talk about the key used in this way, we refer to it as the OPTION key (its SHIFTed function).


This key is used to enter sub-menus and to conrm menu settings, etc. When used together with the SHIFT key, it is used to adjust the physical position of the channel faders and panpots to match the stored positions from a snapshot.


WARNING Changes to the Master Clock selection (6, "Word synchronization") or to the MODE selection 4.3, "Choosing REC or MIX mode") from the appropriate Option screen (SHIFT + PARAM SEL) may produce noise in the moniThis key is used to enter and edit location memories from an MMC device which provides MIDI timecode information to the TM-D1000. When used together with the SHIFT key, it is used to provide a quick view of the settings made with the OPTION key controlling the TM-D1000 operation.
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2.5 The display screen

The display screen is typically used in the following way: The top line of the display screen is used to show the sub-menu or the parameter to be edited which is currently selected. The right side of the top line shows you if there are other sub-menus or parameters available (see DATA ENTRY on page 6 for details). The bottom line of the display is used to show the sub-menu or value of the parameter or parameters which may be edited. If the sub-menu is one of a number of sub-menus to be selected, or if there is only one parameter whose value must be set, the bottom line of the display will blink. If the value displayed on the screen is the currentlyloaded value, the value alone will be shown. If the value is not currently loaded, the line will end with a question mark (?). When the value is selected with the ENTER key, the ? will disappear, to show that the displayed value is the current value. To set the value, press the ENTER key. To escape from the menu without setting the value, press the ESCAPE/RECALL key. controls. However, when you come to the maximum or minimum value permissible for a parameter, turning the knob clockwise or counterclockwise respectively will have no further effect.

Storing and locating to location memories
Use the MEMO key (See Locations on page 30.).
Setting MIDI channels to control the TMD1000 (Program Change)
Option MIDI MIDI Ch Select for the Mixer, Effects, Dynamics (See
Setting the MMC ID of the TM-D1000 Option MIDI MMC Device
ID (See Setting up the device IDs on page 29.).
Controlling an external device though
Press and hold down the SHIFT key while pressing the MMC control keys (MMC blue labels below the keys)See MIDI Machine control on page 29.
Setting Program Change receive channels on page 32.).

4 - Buss functions

As we mentioned briey earlier, the busses of the TM-D1000 can be switched internally into different congurations, depending on the current needs of the project. These congurations may be stored in two convenient main user modes; the recording and mixdown modes (REC and MIX). These are shown by the MODE indicators to the left of the display screen. When a change is made between the REC and MIX modes, the settings of the mode from which the change is being made (EQ settings, pan settings, fader and aux send settings, etc., as well as the Option settings for MODE, Effect and Setup) are stored in memory. When the TM-D1000 is next switched into this mode, these settings are then recalled automatically. This allows a fast change between two different settings of the mixer for different purposes (e.g. if you are in the middle of a mix session but decide to rerecord a track, changing from MIX to REC will restore the last settings when the mixer was in MIX mode. tings, etc.) will be restored to the factory settings.
Data Initialize[All] Press EXI T.


This action cannot be undone. If you have second thoughts about re-initializing all the data, press the ESCAPE key instead of pressing the ENTER key for the second time.

4.1 Default REC mode

Used in recording, the default setting of the REC mode uses the stereo with four group buss conguration (see below). The internal effect processors are set as mono dynamics processors for channel processing. Channels may be assigned to any combination of: the stereo buss, groups 1-2, and groups 3-4. The L-R stereo buss is used as a monitor buss here the left and right channels of the stereo buss cannot be routed to tape tracks. If an input channel is not assigned to the L-R stereo buss, it will not appear in the monitor mix when you have the L-R MONITOR SELECT key pressed.
Operating Tip In these descriptions, we talk about the default settings. These are the settings made when the TM-D1000 leaves the factory. If you want to return the TM-D1000 to these default settings at any time, you should follow the procedure described below.
Operating Tip When you are overdubbing with some previously recorded tracks, these tracks are routed through input channels 9 through 16. If you do not assign these tracks to the L-R stereo buss, you will not be able to monitor them.

While turning on the power to the TMD1000, press and hold down the PARAM SEL and ENTER keys.

The display will show:

NOTE The PARAM SEL AUX selection does not light in this default mode (there are no aux send busses selected).

Initialize All?

4.2 Default MIX mode
The default MIX mode, as its name suggests, is used in mixdown. In the default setting of the MIX mode, all input channels (1 through 16) are assigned to the stereo buss. Channels may not be assigned to any group busses. The default buss conguration (see below) is for the stereo send and two mono sends. The internal effec-

Press the ENTER key:

Initialize OK?
Press the ENTER key once again, and all data (including the snapshot memories, effect set-
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tors are assigned with one effector being used as a stereo processor for the stereo output buss, and the other effector used as another stereo processor assigned to the effect return. The PARAM SEL AUX selection allows the channel to be routed through either the AUX 1-2 or AUX 3 or 4 sends.
Press ENTER, and turn the DATA ENTRY knob until the bottom line of the display shows REC or MIX (whichever you will be using).

Select MIX?

4.3 Choosing REC or MIX mode
To choose between the REC or MIX mode:
Press ENTER to conrm the setting.

4.4 Buss congurations

You can set the functions of the four busses controlled by the GROUP/AUX faders (immediately to the left of the stereo master fader). The way in which these are congured also affects the number as well as the assignment and function of the internal effect processors. Depending on the conguration selected, these faders are used to control the output groups or the aux sends and the channel panpots also have different effects, depending on the selected conguration. The following congurations are available:
Press and hold down the SHIFT key and press the OPTION key. Turn the DATA ENTRY knob until the bottom line of the display shows MODE.

Press and hold down the SHIFT key and press the OPTION key. Turn the DATA ENTRY knob until the bottom line of the display shows System, and press ENTER. Turn the DATA ENTRY knob until the bottom line of the display shows TDIF-1 A/B Word Length, and press ENTER.
A/B Word Leng t h A:16 b i t


If the optional IF-TD1000 Digital I/O Board has been tted, you will be able to push the data entry knob to choose between the TDIF-1 A and B connectors.
NOTE Remember to set the DTRS recorders DIGITAL IN when recording using the TM-D1000.
Turn the DATA ENTRY knob to choose between 16bit , 20bit and 24bit word lengths. Conrm your selection with the ENTER key.
Operating Tip Choose your sampling frequency for the project carefully when connecting to other digital audio equipment. Both the TM-D1000 and any TASCAM DTRS recorder can connect equally well at 44.1 kHz or 48 kHz. However, CD players always work at 44. kHz, and
NOTE You must ensure that the DTRS recorder is set to transmit and receive data using the same word length as the TM-D1000. Consult your DTRS recorders documentation for details.
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5.3 Connecting a 2-track recorder
The TM-D1000 provides both XLR and RCA connectors for output of the stereo busses. The format in which data can be output is either AES/EBU or SPDIF. Either format may be selected for output from either connector, but each output can only transmit one format at a time (i.e. it is possible to output AES/EBU from output A XLR and SPDIF from output B RCA, but not to output AES/EBU from output A XLR and SPDIF from output A RCA). To choose the connector from which the L-R stereo output busses will be transmitted:
Out A/B A: Form a t SP D I F


Push the DATA ENTRY knob to change between the A and B digital outputs, and turn it to select between SPDIF and AES/EBU output formats for that output.
When AES/EBU output is selected, the appropriate indicator immediately above the stereo master fader (A or B) will light.
Press and hold down the SHIFT key, and press the OPTION key. Turn the DATA ENTRY knob until the bottom line of the display shows Setup:
5.4 Connecting a digital audio source
Because the TM-D1000 is a digital mixer, it is possible to use a digital audio source (e.g. a CD player, MD player, DAT recorder or effect unit, synthesizer or sampler with digital capabilities). If you are using a DAT recorder as your 2-track mastering recorder, this facility allows you to use the digital output of the DAT recorder for monitoring your mix through the TM-D1000. This audio source may be connected through digital input A, which provides both XLR and RCA connectors, and automatically recognizes the data format (either AES/EBU or SPDIF). It is then routed through to any of the input channels:

Option Setup

Press the ENTER key, and turn the DATA ENTRY knob until the display shows Digital Out A:B:

Out A:B ?

Setup Digital
Press the ENTER key, and turn the DATA ENTRY knob to choose the busses which will be output from the digital outputs.
The options available are as follows: L-R:1-2, L-R:3-4, 1-2:34, and L-R: L-R. To use a digital 2-track mastering recorder, select one of the options which outputs L-R to the digital connector to which your 2-track mastering recorder is connected.
Press the ENTER key, and turn the DATA ENTRY knob until the display shows Ch18 Input:

Input ?

Press the EXIT key, and turn the DATA ENTRY knob clockwise until the bottom line of the display shows Digital Out A/B Format.

Out A/B Form a t

Se t u p Ch 1 - 8

Input Ch1: Analo g In

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Push the DATA ENTRY knob to select the channel whose input you will be editing and turn the knob to select between the analog input and the digital input1.
Turn the DATA ENTRY knob until the bottom line of the display shows either Eff Rtn Input/Assign or Aux Rtn Input/Assign (depending on whether you are setting up the AUX or effect return buss), and press ENTER.

Rtn Input/Assign In A

NOTE Because the digital input is a stereo input, you will probably need to select two channels to accept the digital audio signal.


Press the ENTER key to conrm your selection.
The default setting for the AUX return is Digital Input A. If this is already shown on the bottom line of the display, there is no need to press ENTER.
5.5 Using digital effect returns
An increasing number of digital effect units allow you to send signals to them, and to input their returns in digital format. To select the EFFECT or AUX return as a digital input:
Turn the DATA ENTRY knob until the bottom line of the display shows Digital In A2.
Press and hold down the SHIFT key and press the OPTION key. Turn the DATA ENTRY knob until the bottom line of the display shows Setup, and press ENTER.
1. If the optional IF-TD1000 Digital I/O Board has been installed, you will also have the options of selecting the input from the second TDIF-1 port and from the second (B) digital input. If channels 7 and 8 are selected, the third (C) digital input will also be available.
NOTE It is possible for you to assign the digital input to more than one input channel (including the Effect and Aux return busses). All controls assigned to the digital input will be enabled.
Remember to assign the input to the appropriate busses. Push the DATA ENTRY knob to enter the assignment screen, and assign the return to the L-R, 1-2 or 3-4 busses.
2. If the optional IF-TD1000 Digital I/O Board has been installed, you will also have the option of selecting the input from the second (B) digital input. Again, if channels 7 and 8 are being used, Digital input (C) can also be used.

6 - Word synchronization

When you have a digital audio setup, it is most important that all equipment in the setup shares the same word clock. This is not at all related to timecode synchronization, but refers to a digital signal at the sampling frequency which marks the beginning and the end of digital data words. If this clock is not present, or is distorted, the resulting signals passed between different pieces of equipment will not be synchronized, with audible noise which may even be high-frequency noise which will damage ampliers, speakers, etc. The proper setup of a word clock in a digital audio system is therefore essential. We refer to devices as word clock masters or slaves, depending on whether the word clock is originated by them, or received from another device.
If the TM-D1000 is congured as a word clock master, you cannot use any varispeed facilities on any digitally connected devices (multitrack systems, CD players or DAT recorders).
Press and hold down the SHIFT key and press the OPTION key. Turn the DATA ENTRY knob until the bottom line of the display shows System and press ENTER. Turn the DATA ENTRY knob until the bottom line of the display shows Master Clock Select, and press ENTER:

Clock Select


Internal[44. 1 k ]

NOTE There must be one, and only one, word clock master in a system.
Furthermore, each device in a digital audio setup must be set up to work at the same sampling frequency. You cannot have a system in which a CD player (with a xed sampling frequency of 44.1 kHz) can be used to provide digital audio signals to a recorder or mixer whose sampling frequency has been set to 48 kHz. The standard stereo digital signals (AES/EBU and SPDIF) that are marked as DIGITAL from DAT recorders, CD players, etc. carry their own clocks as part of the signal. Most domestic CD players and DAT recorders will expect to be the word clock master when playing back, and (in the case of a DAT recorder) when recording, will become a word clock slave. Professional equipment (DAT recorders, CD players, digital multitrack and hard disk recorders, and digital mixers such as the TM-D1000) can usually be congured to act as either a word clock master or slave.
Use the data entry knob to choose either 48 kHz or 44.1 kHz as the internal clock. Make sure that any other devices which can accept external word clocks are set to do so.
NOTE The TDIF-1 standard allows any DTRS or other TDIF-1-equipped device to take its clock through the TDIF-1 connector. However, we recommend that if you are using the TMD1000 as a word clock master, that you connect the TM-D1000s WORD SYNC OUT to the WORD SYNC IN of the DTRS recorder (not DA-38 models), and use the CLOCK key of the DTRS recorder to select WORD as the clock source.

Operating Tip Remember that there is no dedicated monitor or cue buss on the TM-D1000. If you want to monitor an input channel or a tape track in recording mode, you should assign it to the LR buss, as explained earlier.
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7.3 Using the DIRECT OUTs
The input channels can be sent to the TDIF-1 outputs on a one-to-one basis instead of being routed through the group busses. Use the DIRECT OUT key instead of the CH ASSIGN keys.
Turn the DATA ENTRY knob until the bottom line of the display shows Effect. Press ENTER, and turn the DATA ENTRY knob until the bottom line shows Ch Dynamics Insert. Press ENTER:

Dynamics Insert

NOTE The direct out facility is obviously useful only in the REC mode; in the MIX mode, there is little point in sending input channels to the TDIF-1 outputs. Although you can assign an input channel to the group busses and to the direct outputs at the same time, this is not useful in many cases. We therefore suggest that you use either the direct out or the group busses, but not both.
The DIRECT OUT pick-off point can be set to be either pre-or post-fader.
Each number on the display represents one of the dynamic processors assigned to a channel. The channel number corresponds to the numbers printed under the display. In the above example, dynamic processors 1 through 4 are assigned to channels 1 through 4.
Turn the DATA ENTRY knob to move the cursor, and push it to toggle the dynamic processor assignment on or off for the channel whose number is under the cursor. Turn the DATA ENTRY knob to select an available dynamic processor.
This does not toggle the processor on or offjust the assignment of the processor to the channel.
Press and hold down the SHIFT key, and press the OPTION key. Turn the DATA ENTRY knob until the bottom line of the display shows Setup, and press ENTER. Turn the DATA ENTRY knob until the bottom line of the display shows Direct out mode, and press ENTER:
out Post mode Input Fa d e r ?
To set the dynamic processor parameters, press the CH SEL key for the channel whose processor you want to edit. Press the PARAM SEL key until the EFFECT/ DYNAMICS indicator lights green.
3-05 Light Eff: Gate On[Out: 0]


Use the DATA ENTRY knob to choose between Post Input Fader (post-fader output) and Pre EQ (pre-fader and preEQ), and use ENTER to conrm your selection.

You may nd it useful to link adjacent channels so that changes made to the parameters on one channel also affect the adjacent channel. Odd-numbered channels may be linked in this way with the even-numbered channel immediately following (e.g. channel 3 may be linked with channel 4, but not with channel 2 or with channel 5).
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8 - Monitoring, etc.

The TM-D1000 allows you to connect an amplier/ speaker monitoring system to the MONITOR OUT connectors. The level of the signal transmitted from there is controlled by the LEVEL control. There is also a PHONES jack, into which you can plug standard headphones. The level here is independently controllable with the PHONES LEVEL control. The MONO switch allows you to check the mono mix of any of these stereo pairs. However, you should note that the meters will still continue to meter the two stereo signals individually, rather than the summed stereo pair.
WARNING Do not connect a pair of monaural headphones to the stereo PHONES jack with a monaural jack plug. This can damage the TMD1000 headphone amplier.
WARNING As mentioned earlier, you should not assign the return from any recorded tracks to a pair of groups feeding those tracks, otherwise you will create a feedback loop.

8.1.1 EXT IN

The EXT IN switch is a little different from the other switches provided to select the monitor source. The L-R, 1-2, and 3-4 show the digital signal levels on the meter, the EXT IN switch shows the analog levels received at the EXT INPUT jacks. The options which affect the meter ballistics (see 14.2, "Meter settings") only apply to the digital monitor selections, not to the analog EXT IN metering.
8.1 Choosing the monitoring source
Use the MONITOR SELECT switches to select the monitor source (the bottom MONO switch is not a source selection switch, but switches the stereo monitored busses to a mono mix). As explained earlier, when recording, you will probably want to listen to the L-R mix, as this is the mix to which all tracks can be assigned safely. However, you can also use the 1-2 and 3-4 SELECT switches to check the group and aux outputs, as well as the EXT switch to check the input at the EXT IN jacks (see 8.1.1, "EXT IN"below).

8.2 Soloing

The TM-D1000 provides you with three solo modes: a pre-fade listen mode (PFL), an after (post)-fade listen (AFL) and an in-place solo mode (IPS). The last two modes are mono modes (i.e. the pan or balance controls will have no effect on the nal solo mix). The solo mode is activated by pressing the SOLO key (above group 3 and 4 faders). Depending on the solo mode, this key will either light (IPS) or ash (AFL or PFL) red. The current solo mode is also shown in the display for about a second after the solo mode is enabled. The channel MUTE keys change function and become solo keys when the solo mode is activated. In addition to the primary solo mode, there is also a secondary solo mode, which is activated when the SHIFT key is pressed and held down and the SOLO key is pressed. The assignment of primary and secondary solo modes is explained below.

Turn the DATA ENTRY knob until the bottom line of the display shows MTC Type, and press ENTER:

Type 29. F

Use the DATA ENTRY knob to select a timecode type: 30DF (equivalent to SMPTE, non drop-frame), 30NDF (equivalent to 30fps drop-frame, used with color NTSC video), 25F (used with EBU video) and 24F (lm). Conrm your choice with the ENTER key.
11.5Capturing a location on the y 11.2Arming tracks
The MUTE keys serve another shifted functionas track arming keys for the remote devices connected via MIDI. This function works with the SHIFT key the double-click mode is not effective here. When the appropriate tracks are armed, and the
SHIFT key is held down, these indicators will ash.
The TM-D1000 can store up to 16 memory locations for recall. These 16 locations are controlled by the CH SEL keys of the 16 input channels.
When the appropriate tracks are actually recording and the SHIFT key is held down, these keys will light steadily.
While the unit is playing or recording, press the MEMO key. The timecode received from the device will be shown on the bottom line of the display. If the timecode is being received, the display will act as a timecode monitor, showing the incoming timecode.


Up to 16 location memories can be stored in the TMD1000. The values for these location memories are obtained from the MIDI Timecode (MTC) received at the MIDI IN connector. These locations may then be used for location of a device controlled by the TM-D1000 using MMC (as described in the previous section).
Remember that some units are capable of transmitting MTC while fast winding, or even in stop or pause mode.
Press the CH SEL key of the channel (location memory) in which you want to store the timecode value:

Entry 30DF 00h21m12s f

11.4Selecting the MTC type
MTC can be received in a variety of types. Select the type used by the TM-D1000 in the following way:
The timecode value will freeze and the display will blink for about a second to show that the memory is being stored.
Press and hold down the SHIFT key, and press the OPTION key. Turn the DATA ENTRY knob until the bottom line of the display shows MIDI, and press ENTER.
NOTE If you require location to sample accuracy, you will have to rely on the devicess own location facilities, if it provides them.

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11.6Locating to a memory position
Locating to a memory position is done by holding down the SHIFT key and pressing the CH SEL key of the channel (location memory) to which you will be locating.
Press the CH SEL key of the memory location you want to edit.
A memory location which has not been used (no value has been captured for it) will show 00h00m00s00f as the location value.
Push and turn the DATA ENTRY knob to move the cursor. Turn the DATA ENTRY knob to set the values of the eld highlighted by the cursor.
11.7Editing a memory location
Press the MEMO key so that the display shows MEMO Edit on the top line.
NOTE If MIDI Timecode is currently being received at the MIDI IN jack, you must press the MEMO key twice to obtain the MEMO Edit message. If MIDI Timecode is not being received, you only need to press the MEMO key once.
Operating Tip You can also use the CH SEL keys here as number keys. The CH SEL keys of channels 1 through 9 enter their respective numerals, and the CH SEL key of channel 10 acts as a 0 key.
After checking that the new values are correct, press the ENTER key to conrm your setting.
12 - MIDI control of the TM-D1000
Snapshot changes may be carried out from a MIDI controller as Program Change messages. In addition, the two effect units and the four channel dynamic processor components of the TM-D1000 may also be set up to respond to Program Change messages, each on their own channel, if desired.
Turn the DATA ENTRY knob until the bottom line of the display shows MIDI, and press ENTER. Turn the DATA ENTRY knob until the bottom line of the display shows Control Change Defeat, and press ENTER:
Change REC Defea t Mode: Y e s ?
12.1Setting Program Change receive channels


Press and hold down the SHIFT key and press the OPTION key. Turn the DATA ENTRY knob until the bottom line of the display shows MIDI Ch Select, and press ENTER:

Ch Select Mixer Ch: 1?

Use the DATA ENTRY knob to change between Yes and No. Press ENTER to conrm your selection.
Remember that a setting of Yes means that the Control Change is disabled for this mode.

12.3Recording parameter changes
Parameter changes may be recorded in real time from mix moves on the TM-D1000, or produced from any other MIDI controller, and edited before being replayed by a sequencer. The MIDI channels used for Control Change messages are different from those used for Program Change messages. Input channels 1 through 16 use MIDI channels 1 through 16 respectively. In addition, channels 9 through 16 double up in the following way:

MIDI channel

Set the value to defeat, or a MIDI channel from 1 through 16. Push the DATA ENTRY knob to cycle through: Mixer, Effect1, Effect2, Ch Dynamics1, Ch Dynamics2, Ch Dynamics3 and Ch Dynamics4.
For components other then the Mixer, the MIDI channel is used for Control Change and Program Change messages. The channels set for the Mixer component refer only to Program Change messages, not to Control Change messages. Note that there is no Omni settinga component may respond to messages on one channel only or none at all.

TM-D1000 component

SOLO mode control Effect return Aux return GRP/AUX1 fader GRP/AUX2 fader GRP/AUX3 fader GRP/AUX4 fader L-R fader
12.2Enabling and disabling parameter changes
Parameter changes of the TM-D1000 can be transmitted over MIDI from a sequencer or sequencing program, and used to control the settings. These parameter changes may be disabled when either the REC and/or the MIX user mode is selected:
A brief summary of the controller numbers assigned to each channel is given here (more details are available in the Reference Manual):

MIDI controller number

TM-D1000 parameter
Input channel fader L-R/GrpAUX fadera Pan Input channel mute Effect/Aux return levelb
Continuous Continuous Continuous On/off Continuous
Press and hold down the ENTER key, and press the OPTION key.
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Hi gain (EQ) Hi frequency (EQ) Mid gain (EQ) Mid frequency (EQ) Low gain (EQ) Low frequency (EQ) Channel Dynamics, Parameter 1 Channel Dynamics, Parameter 2 Channel Dynamics, Parameter 3 Channel Dynamics, Parameter 4 Effector 1/2, Parameter 1 Effector 1/2, Parameter 2 Effector 1/2, Parameter 3 Effector 1/2, Parameter 4 EQ switch Channel assign 1-2 Channel assign 3-4 Channel assign L-R DIRECT OUT Aux Pre/Post Eff/Aux return mutingb Solo mode (PFL)f Solo mode (in-place)f Solo mode (AFL)f Channel Dynamics input level Channel Dynamics on/off Channel Dynamics output level Effector 1/2 input level Effector 1 on/off/Effector 2 Direct Effector 1/2 output level
Continuousc Continuousd Continuousc Continuousd Continuousc Continuousd Continuouse Continuouse Continuouse Continuouse Continuouse Continuouse Continuouse Continuouse On/off On/off On/off On/off On/off On/off On/off On/off On/off On/off Continuous On/off Continuous Continuous On/off Continuous

Aux 1 pre/post Aux 2 pre/post Aux 3 pre/post Aux 4pre/post Aux 1 send Aux 2 send Aux 3 send Aux 4 send
On/off On/off On/off On/off Continuous Continuous Continuous Continuous

a. b. c. d. e. f.

MIDI channels 12 through 16 only MIDI channels 10 and 11 only 49 steps 69 steps 128 steps, uses LSB of controller message MIDI channel 9 only
Unless otherwise stated, the 127 values available to a MIDI controller are interpreted and converted into the 100 parameter value steps used by the TMD1000.
12.4System Exclusive parameters and data dumps
The TM-D1000 also provides you with data dump and loading facilities, so that snapshots, effect settings, etc. may be stored in a MIDI data le and uploaded to the mixer in a future session. Please consult the Reference Manual for details of how to perform these operations, and the options available to you.

13 - Options

A number of options are available for the TMD1000, as described here.
13.2IF-TD1000 Digital Input Kit
This kit provides two more sets of digital inputs (XLR and RCA), capable of receiving AES/EBU or SPDIF format, as well as another TDIF-1 connector, for another eight channels of DTRS-compatible audio.
13.1RM-D1000 rack mounting kit
The RM-D1000 rack mounting kit allows the TMD1000 to be mounted in 6U of rack space (in addition to space needed at the top for the connectors). You should also ensure that the rack is well-ventilated, allowing air to circulate for cooling the heat sink of the TM-D1000.
WARNING This kit requires internal connections to the TM-D1000. For this reason, you should not install the kit yourself, but should refer installation to a qualied TASCAM distributor.
The digital inputs are labeled B and C. Digital input B is available as an extra option in the following menus where input A is available:
Setup Digital Input Setup Aux Rtn Assign Input/
Setup Eff Return Input/Assign
Digital input C is treated differently, on account of the frequency conversion facility built into digital input C. An additional menu is available when the IFTD1000 Digital I/O Board is tted, which allows input channels 7 and 8 to be assigned to digital input C or to the analog inputs, for all menus using these inputs. This sub-menu is available from the Setup options, and appears as follows:



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