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1.3.7 MONITOR OUTPUT 1.3.2 PHANTOM (+48V)
The PHANTOM power switch by the XLR jack of channel 4 provides phantom power at +48 V to the XLR jacks of channels 1 through 4 when switched on. Remember to turn down the monitor output volume when turning this switch on or off. The balanced -inch jacks output a signal to the monitoring amplier at +4 dBu. Although these are balanced outputs, unbalanced jacks can be used to connect an amplier with unbalanced inputs. See Monitoring, etc. on page 21 for details of monitoring operations.
Use standard Y cables such as TASCAM PW-4Y or PW-2Y cables to connect unbalanced equipment at the insert point for channels 1 through 4 (see also External insert points on page 20).
NOTE If you connect a hi- amplier to these jacks, turn down the monitor level control. The level of the TM-D1000s MONITOR OUTPUT jacks is higher than that expected by a hi- amplier, and too high an output level may result in distorted sound.
1.3.4 EXT INPUTs
The balanced -inch jacks accept signals at professional +4 dBu levels, and the RCA connectors accept signals at the lower 10 dBV levels.
1.3.8 FOOT SW (REMOTE CONT)
A standard footswitch such as the TASCAM RC-30P may be connected and set up to serve a variety of functions.
1.3.5 STEREO OUTPUTS
The analog stereo outputs are at +4 dBu (balanced inch jacks) and 10 dBV (RCA connectors). Please read and take careful note of the following, to avoid possible damage to the internal circuits of the TM-D1000.
1.3.9 WORD SYNC
These RCA connectors are used to take the word clock from and to other digital audio equipment. You should use these connectors if the TM-D1000 should receive a word clock signal from an external source, or if it should act as the word clock master in a digital audio setup.
WARNING These jacks provide balanced output signals. Do not use mono jack plugs with these output jacks. If you do, a short will occur to the cold () terminal of the TM-D1000 internal amplier, and damage may occur. If you have no choice but to use unbalanced equipment, always use a TRS-type (stereo) jack plug, and wire the ground to the sleeve, and the signal to the tip, leaving the ring unconnected. This will prevent any short circuits to the internal ampliers.
Press the PARAM SEL key until the EFFECT/ DYNAMICS indicator lights green, press the CH SEL key of one of the channels using dynamic processors, and use the data editing knobs to set the processor parameters. See Assigning channel dynamics on page 19.
Bypassing the group buss system
Press the channels CH SEL key, and then the DIRECT OUT key, making sure the channel is not assigned to a group buss (See Using the DIRECT OUTs on page 19.).
Monitoring input channels and tape tracks
Assign the input channels and tape tracks to the stereo L-R buss (See Monitoring, etc. on page 21.).
Setting AUX send levels
Press the PARAM SEL key until the AUX indicator lights green, and use the data editing knobs to set the levels (See Setting aux send levels on page 24.).
Panning channels between output busses
Use the PAN controls above each channel fader.
Selecting the effect to use
Press the PARAM SEL key until the EFFECT/ DYNAMICS key lights green, and use the DATA ENTRY knob to select the effect type (See Selecting the effect to use on page 24.).
Making EQ settings
Press the PARAM SEL key until the EQ indicator lights green, and then the channels CH SEL key. Make sure the EQ key by the CH ASSIGN keys is lit, and make the appropriate settings using the data editing knobs (See Equalization on page 18.).
Editing the effect parameters
After selecting the effect as described above, use the data editing knobs to set the parameters.
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Recalling a snapshot
Press the ESCAPE/RECALL key until the display shows RECALL?. Choose the snapshot and press ENTER (See Recalling snapshots on page 26.).
Selecting the MTC type for location
Option MIDI MTC Type (See
Selecting the MTC type on page 30.).
Storing a snapshot
Press and hold the SHIFT key and press the STORE (ESCAPE/RECALL) key. Choose a memory, and press ENTER (See Storing a snapshot on page 26.).
Storing and locating to location memories
5.2 TDIF-1 word length
Since DTRS recorders are able to accept audio data in a variety of word lengths, the TM-D1000 is also able to transmit and receive data through the TDIF-1 interface using different word lengths.
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:
Press the CH SEL key of the channel to which you want to apply equalization. Press the EQ key beside the CH ASSIGN keys (above channel 6) so that it is lit, to enable equalization on the selected channel.
Operating Tip It is very important to remember this step. If the EQ indicator is not lit when you are editing the EQ settings, there will be no audible effect. You can also use this key as an A-B selector to examine the effects of your equalization settings.
If none of the four busses is set as a group bus, or if only one pair of group busses is set, either or both of the 1-2 and 3-4 keys will be disabled. The L-R key is always enabled. To check the routing of input channels, simply press the CH SEL key of the channel you wish to check, and observe the CH ASSIGN keys.
Adjust the equalization gain and frequency in the three bands using the data editing knobs.
Use the DATA ENTRY knob to view and set the second set of parameters (notice that the MID gain and frequency are always visible and controlled by the center two data editing knobs). Each frequency band has the same frequency range (from 41 Hz to 16.0 kHz) and the same cut and boost (15 dB in 0.5dB steps).
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:
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.
To un-link the channels, repeat the process. When you link channels, the following parameters will be applied to both channels simultaneously: Fader levels (moving one fader will have the effect of moving both faders simultaneously, even though the second fader does not physically move). Channel assignment (see Routing channels to busses on page 18). Equalization parameters and the EQ switch (see Channel operations on page 18) Channel muting Aux send levels (see Setting aux send levels on page 24)
7.6 Linking channels for simultaneous parameter adjustment
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).
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.
NOTE Signals corrseponding to the analog nominal level will be shown on the meters as 16 dB.
You can select more than one monitor source at a time (more than one of these switches can be pressed simultaneously).
NOTE When the EXT IN switch is pressed, even if digital signal SELECT switches are also pressed, the meters will be in analog mode, i.e. any peak hold or release time settings (see 14.2, "Meter settings") will not be effective.
NOTE One big difference between the AFL and the IPS modes is that when IPS is activated, unsoloed channels will be cut from the L-R
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mix as well as the monitor mix. If you are working in a sound reinforcement or mixdown application, you should take care not to use the in-place solo mode, as this will destroy the nal mix.
To select the solo mode:
Press ENTER and turn the DATA ENTRY knob until the bottom line of the display shows SOLO Mode. Press ENTER, and turn the DATA ENTRY knob to choose between the following primary solo modes (the secondary solo mode is shown in parentheses):
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.
u u u u
In-Place SOLO (PFL) In-Place SOLO (AFL) PFL (In-Place Solo) AFL (In-Place SOLO)
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9 - Effects
The TM-D1000 includes high-quality digital effects. There are three types of processor, and these can be patterned together in various ways, depending on the current mode and buss function selected. The processor types are:
Press and hold down the SHIFT key and press the OPTION key to enter the Option screen. Turn the DATA ENTRY knob until the bottom line shows Effect, and then press ENTER. Turn the DATA ENTRY knob until the bottom line shows Effect Pattern, and press ENTER:
Pattern Aux1-2:Ef f c t
Use the four data editing knobs under the display to change the value of the aux sends for the selected channel. View and change the assignments of the aux sends as pre- and post-fader sends by turning the DATA ENTRY knob clockwise:
1 Pre 2 Pre 3 Post 4 Post
Select the appropriate effect pattern by turning the DATA ENTRY knob, and press ENTER.
Remember that not all options may be available, depending on the buss function that is currently selected.
Use the data editing knobs under the display to change these values. Continue selecting channels with the CH SEL keys until you have set all the aux levels.
9.2 External effects
As well as being routed to the internal effects, the aux busses can also be routed to external devices. For analog devices, the GROUP OUTPUTS/AUX SENDS should be used. If the external effects returns are routed through input channels 18, equalization, etc. may be used on these signals. For digital devices, follow the procedure described in Connecting a 2-track recorder on page 14 to assign the aux busses to the digital outputs. The digital returns are assigned as described in Using digital effect returns on page 15.
To change all the aux sends from pre-fader to post-fader, go into the Option Setup sub-menu and select the All Ch Aux Pre/Post sub-menu, and then select pre-fader or post-fader for the aux sends of all channels.
9.4 Selecting the effect to use
When you have set up the routing for the effects, you can select the effect units to use.
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In some effect patterns, the effect type is xed as a dynamic processor and cannot be changed.
To select the second effect, press the DATA ENTRY knob when the top right of the screen shows (the down arrow symbol).
Pressing the DATA ENTRY knob once more will take you back to the rst effect unit.
Press the PARAM SEL key until the EFFECT/ DYNAMICS indicator lights green. Push the DATA ENTRY knob so that you select the correct effect screen (1 or 2). The effect screen number is shown at the top left of the display:
2-01 Concert Hall
9.6 Storing an effect with your own parameters
Press and hold down the SHIFT key and press the ESCAPE (STORE) key.
STORE Hall ?
Press the ESCAPE/RECALL key.
The display will start to ash.
Turn the DATA ENTRY knob to select the effect to be used in this position. Press ENTER to recall the effect. Push the DATA ENTRY knob to view the second effect position into which to select an effect.
Turn the DATA ENTRY knob while pushing it and holding it down to move the cursor around the bottom line of the display. Turn the DATA ENTRY knob (unpushed) to edit the title character at the cursor position.
9.5 Editing the parameters of the effect
Operating Tip Use the SHIFT key to change between uppercase and lowercase letters when entering the title of the effect.
Use the data editing knobs under the screen to change the parameters above those knobs.
Note that as the knobs are turned, the abbreviated parameter names are expanded to full names (for instance, FB-Lv will be expanded to Feedback Level).
Move the cursor to the left of the screen (push and turn the DATA ENTRY knob) to highlight the effect memory into which you will store the new effect settings. Press ENTER when you have nished entering the name. The parameters will be stored into the memory that you have selected.
Turn the DATA ENTRY knob to view and set more parameters.
10 - Snapshots
The settings of most of the parameters can be stored as a snapshot, which may be recalled manually, or under MIDI Program Change control. Snapshots 001 through 128 are available for storing settings. Snapshot 000 is a special case, where all invisible controls (i.e. EQ, aux sends, etc. not faders or panpots) are reset to at positions. When a snapshot is recalled, the TM-D1000 will fade from its prior values into the new snapshot values over a preset time, set when the snapshot is stored.
Turn the DATA ENTRY knob to change the character above the underline cursor, and push and turn the knob to move the cursor. Repeat until you have entered the name:
[NAME] Koto Quarte t OK?
Operating Tip You can use the SHIFT key to toggle between uppercase and lowercase letters when entering the characters for the name.
NOTE Snapshots include the current mode (REC or MIX) setting. If the TM-D1000 is currently in one mode, and a snapshot is recalled (either manually or under MIDI control) which was stored in another mode, the mixer will change modes. This will take some time, and will also produce some noise at the output jacks. It is therefore strongly recommended that you do not recall snapshots which have been stored in a mode other than the current one.
Press ENTER to store the name:
[Transition Ti m e ] 0 ms?
Adjust the time over which the TM-D1000 will fade into this snapshot when it is recalled, and press ENTER to store the snapshot.
10.2Recalling snapshots 10.1Storing a snapshot
Make sure the EFFECT/DYNAMICS indicator is not lit green. Press the ESCAPE/RECALL key until the current snapshot name and number is shown on the top of the display, and the word RECALL is shown on the bottom:
Make sure that the EFFECT/DYNAMICS indicator is not lit green. Press the SHIFT and ESCAPE/RECALL [STORE] keys until the screen is similar to the following:
S-001 ST O R E ?
REC A L L ?
Turn the DATA ENTRY knob to select an area to store the snapshot (the TM-D1000 will always try to nd an unused area for you if possible), and press ENTER:
[NAME] _ OK?
Turn the DATA ENTRY knob until the snapshot you want to recall is shown, and press ENTER.
Operating Tip You can also use the CH SEL keys 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.
The TM-D1000 fader levels will change to the new settings stored in the recalled snapshot, over the period of time as set in Snapshots on page 26.
Note that although the TM-D1000 always tries to use the rst available unused area, you can use the DATA ENTRY knob to change the memory area to one which has previously used (overwriting the data already there), or to another area following the rst unused area.
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Press and hold down the SHIFT key, and press the ENTER key:
Press the ESCAPE/RECALL key until the current snapshot name and number is shown on the top of the display, and the word RECALL? is shown on the bottom. Push the DATA ENTRY knob so that the bottom line reads RENAME:
The numbers printed around the display (white on black) show which controls and channels correspond to the on-screen symbols. The top line of the display shows the positions of the panpots of the sixteen input channels, as well as the positions of the level controls of the EFFECT RETURN and AUX RETURN controls. The bottom line of the display shows the position of the sixteen input channel faders, as well as the four GROUP/AUX faders and the L-R stereo faders.
REN A M E ?
Turn the DATA ENTRY knob until the snapshot that you want to rename is shown on the top line of the display. Conrm this with the ENTER key. Rename the snapshot, following the procedures described above, and press ENTER when you are nished.
10.4Nulling the faders and panpots
The symbols indicate the direction in which the fader should be moved ( up or down) or the rotary control should be turned ( clockwise or counterclockwise). When the physical control matches the electronic virtual control, the symbol will change to a symbol. If you want to see numerical values for the channel whose controls you are adjusting, press the CH SEL key for that channel:
3 Pan Fader L[L50] [ 31]
The term nulling the faders and panpots refers to the way in which the faders and panpots are adjusted so that their physical positions correspond to the positions which have been saved in a snapshot memory or adjusted through external MIDI control. When a snapshot memory is recalled, it is almost certain that the physical control settings will differ, and to make adjustments using the snapshot as a starting point, it may be necessary to adjust the faders and panpots accordingly.
The physical control values are given in square brackets. The pan controls can be set from L50 to R50. The center position is indicated by CTR. Fader values may be set from 0to 100.
Operating Tip When the physical controls are used to change the settings from those memorized in the recalled snapshot, an asterisk appears by the number of the snapshot on the display:
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:
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.
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:
Ch7-8 Route1 Target In C?
The wristpad below the faders should be unscrewed before mounting the TM-D1000 in a rack. Attach the two rack mounts to the TMD1000 using the ve screws (provided) on each mount. Fit the TM-D1000 into the rack, allowing enough space at the top for cables to be tted to the connectors.
Use the data entry knob to choose between Digital In C and Analog. As well as the additional stereo digital inputs, the IFTD1000 Digital I/O Board also provides another TDIF-1 connector (TDIF-1 B). This set of 8 channels is available for use by the input channels, as set in the following menus:
Setup Ch1-8 Setup Ch9-16 Input Input
System TDIF-1 A/B Word Length
The routing of group busses to the second TDIF-1 channel follows the pattern of the routing to the rst channel (i.e. if groups 1 & 2 are routed to TDIF-1 A
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channels 1 + 2 and 5 + 6, they will also be routed to the TDIF-1 B channels with the same numbers. If input channels are routed using the DIRECT OUT function, and the IF-TD1000 Digital I/O board is tted, the input channels will be output to the TDIF-1 B connector. It may also be selected to be output in parallel to both TDIF-1 connectors (A and B) by selecting input channels 18 as the source for TDIF1 A. Effect patterns are still subject to the same restrictions as regards groups and aux busses (i.e. if there are no aux busses, no aux sends are possible). However, the FX-D1000 Effect Board provides you with much more power and exibility in the way that you use the internal effect system of the TM-D1000.
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