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Yamaha 01V96 Version2 Upgrade Guide
This document explains how to upgrade the 01V96 system software to V2.00 or later.
Precautions (please be sure to read these precautions)
The user assumes full responsibility for the upgrade. Back up important data before upgrading. If you fail to follow these instructions properly, or turn off the 01V96 or disconnect the USB cable while the upgrade is in progress, the 01V96 may be damaged. This software is for upgrading the 01V96 system software from a computer via USB. MIDI drivers other than the Yamaha USB-MIDI driver cannot be used. If the upgrade fails while the new system software is being transferred to the 01V96 due the power being turned off, the USB cable disconnected, etc., when the 01V96 is turned back on again it will startup in download mode, not normal mode. In this case you should reconnect the cable and perform the upgrade again. If the 01V96 does not work properly after upgrading, and youve tried upgrading several times, please contact your Yamaha dealer. This software and its documentation is copyright Yamaha Corporation. Reproducing or modifying all or part of this software or its documentation without permission is strictly prohibited. The screen shots in this guide are for use with this upgrade procedure only and may be different to the actual screen shots. Windows is a registered trademark of Microsoft Corporation. Apple, Mac, and Power Macintosh are registered trademarks and Mac OS is a trademark of Apple Corporation, Inc. OMS is a trademark of Opcode Systems, Inc. All other trademarks are the property of their respective holders and are hereby acknowledged.
Windows OS: Computer: Windows 98SE, Me, 2000, XP Home Edition, XP Professional PC that features a USB port and an Intel Pentium or Celeron-family processor of 433 MHz or higher Memory: Hard disk: Display: 128 MB or more Available space of 10 MB or more 1024 x 768 pixels, 256 colors or more (High Color 16-bit or more recommended) Macintosh OS: Computer: Memory: Hard disk: Display: Mac OS 9.0 - 9.2.2, Mac OS X 10.2 or higher Power Macintosh G3/233 MHz or higher that features a USB port Available memory of 16 MB or more (Turn off the virtual memory.) Available space of 10 MB or more 1024 x 768 pixels, 256 colors or more (32,000 colors or more recommended)
Contents of the folder Windows DMUpgrade.exe Other files System software installer Other files are necessary for installer. (Keep all files on the folder.) Macintosh 01V96UpgradeE Other files System software installer Other files are necessary for installer. (Keep all files on the folder.)
Upgrading the System Software
1. Start the computer and check to see if the following steps are complete. Installing the Yamaha USB-MIDI Driver in the computer Connecting the computer and the console using a USB cable Backing up the data in the user memories in the console Note: Before starting the upgrade program, quit all other programs. While the upgrade is in progress, do not start any other programs or switch between windows. Note: If your computer enters Sleep or Energy Save mode, data transfer to the 01V96 may stop, so disable these functions to prevent this from happening. Note: Do not connect any USB devices other than the 01V96, USB mouse or USB keyboard. Connect the 01V96 directly to a USB port on your PC, not via a USB hub. 2. While pressing and holding down the [CLEAR] button on the 01V96, turn on the power to the console. Continue holding down the [CLEAR] button until FLASH UPDATE appears on the display. 3. Double-click DMUpgrade.exe (or 01V96UpgradeE for Mac OS)
The installer window opens.
The following I/O port setting window opens.
5. Make sure that YAMAHA USB IN 0-1 is selected for the Input port and that YAMAHA USB OUT 0-1 is selected for the output port, then click [Next]. If you are using Mac OS 9, select 01V96-1 for the Input port, and 01V96-1 for the output port. Note that the port names vary with the OMS setup files.
6. The Consoles FLASH UPDATE is Ver1. message appears. If your Flash Update has been updated to the latest version, this message does not appear.
The installation process begins.
7. Click [Next]. A message indicating the update progress opens, and the Flash Update is updated. The updating process takes about one minute.
8. The Completed upgrade for FLASH UPDATE. message appears.
9. Turn off the power to the console, then press and hold down the [CLEAR] button and turn on the power.
10. The console displays FLASH UPDATE. Click [Next]. A window indicating the installation progress opens, and the system software is installed. The installation process takes a few minutes
11. When the installation is complete, the following window opens and the 01V96 reboots itself in normal mode.
When upgrading V1.xx to V2.xx, the user memories in the console are automatically initialized. Load the data from the Studio Manager application, if necessary. And in this case, the console will display the fader calibration screen. Since the calibration data is not initialized, you should normally select 4 QUIT to halt calibration. For details on fader calibration, refer to the 01V96 Version 2 owner's manual.
Error Message List
Errors in connection to the console Unable to connect to the console. Make sure that the power to the console is turned on and that the console and the computer are connected via the USB cable. If the console is in normal operation mode, press and hold down the [CLEAR] button and turn on the power to the console to place it in Flash Update mode. If you are using Mac OS 9, make sure the OMS setup is correct. If the error persists, turn off and on the power to the console and restart the installer. This application does not correspond to the console. This message appears when the installer is not compatible with the console, for example when you used a DM1000 installer to upgrade the 01V96. This version has already been installed. No need to install. To cancel installation, click [Do not install]. To install and overwrite the current software click [Reinstall]. Cancel installation if there is no problem in operating the console.
Error Messages on the Console Protocol Error Vendor Error This message appears before updating the FLASH UPDATE to ver.2.0. This is not a malfunction.
ANALOG INPUT CHARACTERISTICS GENERAL SPECIFICATIONS
Number Of Scene Memories 99 Sampling Frequency Internal External 44.1kHz, 48kHz, 88.2kHz, 96kHz Normal rate 44.1kHz -10% 48kHz + 6% Double rate 88.2kHz -10% 96kHz + 6% Input Terminals CH INPUT A/B 1-12 PAD CH INPUT 1316 -26dB +4dB CH INSERT IN 112 2TR IN ANALOG [L, R] Total Harmonic Distortion* Input Gain=Min. CH INPUT to STEREO OUT 0.05% 20Hz to 20kHz @+14 dB into 600 0.01% 1kHz @+24 dB into 600 (@Sampling frequency = 48kHz) 0.05% 20Hz to 40kHz @+14 dB into 600 0.01% 1kHz @+24 dB into 600 (@Sampling frequency = 96kHz) Frequency Response CH INPUT to STEREO OUT 0.5, -1.5 dB 20Hz 20kHz @ + 4 dB into 600 (@Sampling frequency = 48kHz) 0.5, -1.5 dB 20Hz 40kHz @ + 4 dB into 600 (@Sampling frequency = 96kHz) 10k 10k 600 Lines 600 Lines 10k GAIN -60dB -16dB 3k Actual Load For Use With Impedance Nominal 50600 Mics & 600 Lines 600 Lines Sensitivity*1 Input Level Connector Nominal Max.Before Clip In Console
A: XLR-3-31 type (Balanced) *2 B: Phone Jack (TRS) (Balanced) *3 Phone Jack (TRS) (Balanced) *3
Phone Jack (TRS) (Unbalanced) *4
RCA Pin Jack (Unbalanced)
-70 dB (0.245 mV) -60 dB (0.775 mV) -40 dB (7.75 mV) -26 dB (38.8 mV) -16 dB (123 mV) -6 dB (388 mV) +4 dB (1.23 V) +4 dB (1.23 V) +24 dB (12.28 V) -6 dB (388 mV) +24 dB (12.28 V) +24 dB (12.28 V)
-36 dB (12.3 mV) -26 dB (38.8 mV) -6 dB (388 mV) -6 dB (388 mV) +4 dB (1.23 V) +4 dB (1.23 V)
Signal Delay Fader
1.6 ms CH INPUT to STEREO OUT (@Sampling frequency = 48kHz) 0.8 ms CH INPUT to STEREO OUT (@Sampling frequency = 96kHz) 100 mm motorized x 17
-10 dBV (316 mV) -10 dBV (316 mV) +10 dBV (3.16 V)
*1. Sensitivity is the lowest level that will produce an output of + 4 dB (1.23 V) or the nominal output level when the unit is set to maximum gain. (all faders and level controls are maximum position.) *2. XLR-3-31 type connectors are balanced. (1 = GND, 2 = HOT, 3 = COLD) *3. Phone jacks are balanced. (Tip = HOT, Ring = COLD, Sleeve = GND) *4. CH INSERT IN/OUT phone jacks are unbalanced. (Tip = OUTPUT, Ring = INPUT, Sleeve = GND) In these specifications, when dB represents are specific voltage, 0 dB is referenced to 0.775 Vrms. For 2TR IN levels, 0 dBV is referenced to 1.00 Vrms. All input AD converters (CH INPUT 116) are 24bit linear, 128 times oversampling (@fs = 44.1, 48kHz). +48 V DC (phantom power) is supplied to CH INPUT 112 XLR type connectors. 3 PHANTOM + 48 V switches CH14, 58, 912 turn on the phantom power for inputs 14, 58, 912 respectively.
Dynamic Range 110 dB typ. DA Converter (STEREO OUT) (Maximum Level To Noise Level) 105 dB typ. AD+DA (to STEREO OUT) @fs = 48kHz 105 dB typ. AD+DA (to STEREO OUT) @fs = 96kHz Hum & Noise** (20Hz-20kHz) Rs = 150 Input Gain = Max. Input Pad = 0 dB Input Pad = 0 dB Input Sensitivity = -60 dB Maximum Voltage Gain -128 dB equivalent input noise -86 dB residual output noise. STEREO OUT STEREO OUT off -86 dB (90 dB S/N) STEREO OUT STEREO fader at nominal level and all CH INPUT faders at minimum level -64 dB (68 dB S/N) STEREO OUT STEREO fader at nominal level and one CH INPUT fader at nominal level 74 dB CH INPUT (CH112) to STEREO OUT/OMNI (BUS) OUT 40 dB CH INPUT (CH1316) to STEREO OUT 74 dB CH INPUT (CH112) to OMNI (AUX) OUT (via pre input fader) 74 dB CH INPUT (CH112) to MONITOR OUT (via STEREO BUS) 80 dB adjacent input channels (CH112) 80 dB adjacent input channels (CH1316) 80 dB input to output U.S/Canada Others 15 kg 120 V 220240 V 90 W 90 W 60Hz 50/60Hz
ANALOG OUTPUT CHARACTERISTICS
Output Terminals STEREO OUT [L, R] OMNI OUT 14 MONITOR OUT [L, R] CH INSERT OUT 112 2TR OUT [L, R] PHONES Actual Source For Use With Impedance Nominal 10k Lines 600 Lines 600 Lines 10 k Lines 600 Lines 8 Phones 40 Phones Output Level Nominal +4 dB (1.23 V) +4 dB (1.23 V) +4 dB (1.23 V) +4 dB (1.23 V) Max. Before Clip Connector In Console +24 dB (12.28 V) XLR-3-32 type (Balanced) *1 +24 dB (12.28 V) Phone Jack (TRS) (Balanced) *2 +24 dB (12.28 V) Phone Jack (TRS) (Balanced) *2 +24 dB (12.28 V) Phone Jack (TRS) (Unbalanced) *3
-10 dBV (316 mV) +10 dBV (3.16 V) RCA Pin Jack (Unbalanced) 4 mW 12 mW 25 mW 75 mW Stereo Phone Jack (TRS) (Unbalanced) *4
Crosstalk (@1kHz) Input Gain = Min. Power Requirements Dimensions Net Weight
430 (W) x 540 (D) x 150 (H) mm
*1. XLR-3-32 type connectors are balanced. (1 = GND, 2 = HOT, 3 = COLD ) *2. Phone jacks are balanced. (Tip = HOT, Ring = COLD, Sleeve = GND ) *3. CH INSERT IN/OUT phone jacks are unbalanced. (Tip = OUTPUT, Ring = INPUT, Sleeve = GND) *4. PHONES stereo phone jack is unbalanced. (Tip = LEFT, Ring = RIGHT, Sleeve = GND) In these specifications, when dB represents are specific voltage, 0 dB is referenced to 0.775 Vrms. 2TR OUT [L, R], 0 dBV is referenced to 1.00 Vrms. All output DA converters are 24bit, 128 times oversampling (@fs = 44.1, 48kHz).
Operating Free-Air Temperature Range C Storage Temperature Range -C Accessories Option AC Cable, CD-ROM (STUDIO MANAGER) Digital interface card (MY16, MY8, MY4 series), RACK MOUNT KIT: RK1
DIGITAL INPUT CHARACTERISTICS
Terminal 2TR IN DIGITAL ADAT IN Format IEC-60958 ADAT *1 Data Length 24bit 24bit Level 0.5 Vpp/75 Connector In Console RCA Pin Jack OPTICAL
*1. ALESIS Proprietary Multichannel Optical Digital Interface Format.
* Total Harmonic Distortion is measured with a 6 dB/octave filter @80kHz. ** Hum & Noise are measured with a 6 dB/octave filter @12.7kHz; equivalent to a 20kHz filter with infinite dB/octave attenuation.
DIGITAL OUTPUT CHARACTERISTICS
Terminal 2TR OUT DIGITAL Format
IEC-60958 *1 Consumer use
Number of factory presets Effect libraries (EFFECT1-4) Compressor libraries Gate libraries EQ libraries Channel libraries Input patch libraries Output patch libraries 1 Number of user libraries 32
Data Length 24bit *2 24bit
Connector In Console OPTICAL
0.5 Vpp/75 RCA Pin Jack
*1. channel status of 2TR OUT DIGITAL type : linear PCM category code : Digital signal mixer copy prohibit : NO emphasis : NO
clock accuracy : Level II (1000 ppm) sampling rate : depends on the internal configuration *2. dither : word length 16/20/24bit *3. ALESIS Proprietary Multichannel Optical Digital Interface Format.
CONTROL I/O CHARACTERISTICS
Terminal TO HOST USB MIDI IN *1 OUT Format USB MIDI MIDI MIDI Level 0 V 3.3 V TTL/ 75 TTL/ 75 Connector in Console B type USB connector DIN Connector 5P DIN Connector 5P DIN Connector 5P BNC Connector BNC Connector
Specifications and appearance subject to change without notice. All trademarks and registered trademarks are property of their respective owners. Windows is a trademark of Microsoft Coporation. Macintosh is a trademark of Apple Computer, Inc. Nuendo is a trademark of Steinberg Media Technologies AG. Pro Tools and Digidesign are trademarks of Avid Technology Inc. Adat is a trademark of Alesis Corporation. Tascam, TDIF are trademarks of Teac Corporation.
THRU WORD CLOCK IN OUT
*1. MIDI IN can use as TIME CODE IN MTC.
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Cutting-edge Performance, Capacity, Control & Compatibility
No Compromise. Just Smaller.
Yamahas flagship digital mixing consoles are the accepted standards throughout the world: the awesome PM1D for sound reinforcement, broadcast, and theater; the DM2000, DM1000, and 02R96 for sound and music production. The 01V96 brings you the same performance and reliability in a smaller, more affordable format thats perfect for the home or smaller professional production studio. Still, it has a maximum 40-channel input capacity and can be cascaded for applications that require more. And, of course, 24bit/96kHz operation is standard. Mixer functions and effects are all inherited from the top-of-the-line DM2000, so you know youre getting the best. Prepare to be amazed at how far Yamahas digital evolution has come. Now the 01V96 has been upgraded to Version 2, which features a number of improvements and enhancements in both functions and operation. If you thought that cutting-edge digital mixing and processing performance is still beyond reach, here is a very good reason to smile.
You simply wont find another digital console this compact and affordable that offers this much performance and flexibility. The 01V96 fits comfortably within a small-studio space and budget while delivering sound, capacity, control, and compatibility on a par with much larger consoles.
Super High Fidelity
24bit/96kHz Performance Takes Digital Sound To The Next Level
Digital audio technology has come a long way since the early days of 16bits at 44.1kHz a format that many considered to be the reason for harsh, cold sound. The entire industry is now settling on 24bit/96kHz digital operation for significantly superior sonic quality. The 01V96 does give you a choice you can work at 44.1kHz, 48kHz, 88.2kHz, or 96kHz, depending on the needs of each individual project. But when you want the truly transparent, incredibly dynamic sound of 24bits at 96kHz, the 01V96 is ready to deliver. It even includes a comprehensive range of superb 96kHz compatible stereo effects with 32bit internal processing.
channel inserts make it easy to insert external analog processing gear into the pre-A/D signal path. Inputs 13 through 16 accept balanced/unbalanced line-level signals singly (each input has an independent trim control) or in pairs for stereo input. When you need more, Yamaha offers a range of Mini-YGDAI expansion cards that can simply be plugged into the 01V96 expansion slot to provide additional I/O in a variety of formats: ADAT, AES/EBU, TDIF or analog.
The 01V96 offers a main stereo program bus, eight individual mixing busses, two solo busses, and eight auxiliary busses a total of 20 in all. This gives you plenty of signal-routing options to adapt to just about any mixing requirements.
Surround is becoming an important part of modern sound production. The 01V96 features 6.1, 5.1 and 3-1 surround panning modes so you can create surround mixes without having to sacrifice features or performance in other areas.
24 Analog & Digital Channel Inputs. Expandable To 40
Right out of the box the 01V96 gives you 16 analog channel inputs 12 with high-performance microphone head amplifiers and eight digital channel inputs via a built-in ADAT optical interface. Without going any further youre ready to handle a comprehensive mix of analog and digital inputs. All the 01V96 input connectors are top-mounted for easy access in any application. The first 12 analog channels feature highperformance head amplifiers for microphone or line input that deliver a pristine signal to the consoles precision 24bit/96kHz A/D converters. The 48-volt phantom power for condenser microphones is switchable in 4-channel groups, while trim controls and pad switches facilitate optimum level matching with the source, and
All available inputs, outputs, effects, and channel inserts can be assigned to any of the consoles channels or outputs via the 01V96s remarkably versatile, easyto-use digital patching system. For example, any of the effect
All input channels on the 01V96 feature flexible, independent compression and gating/ducking processors for dynamics control. All bands on the 4-band parametric channel equalizers are fully sweepable from 20Hz to 20kHz, with bandwidth variable from 0.1 to 10 and a 18dB gain range for extraordinary equalization flexibility. The channel delays also go well beyond the norm, with a maximum delay of 452 milliseconds (96kHz mode). Even the stereo bus, eight mix busses, and eight aux busses have individual compression and EQ!
Layer Switching For Fast Access To 32-Channel, Aux/Bus Fader + User-Assignable Configuration
One of the advantages of digital control is that it allows extraordinary power and flexibility to be packed into minimum space. The 01V96 has 17 physical 100-millimeter motor faders. The first 16 can be instantly switched to handle input channels 1 through 16, 17 through 32, auxiliary sends 1 through 8 and busses 1 through 8, or user-assignable configuration via the consoles LAYER switches.
processors can be assigned to an auxiliary bus for send-type operation, or inserted directly into any input channel as required. A direct out function also allows the signal from any of the input channels to be routed directly to any digital or analog output. The eight auxiliary busses can also be patched to anywhere in the system. Centralized control means youll never have to run around to physically re-patch cables whenever you need to reconfigure the system, while patch setups you might want to use again can be stored in the 01V96 patch library for instant recall at any time.
COMP EDIT EQUALIZER EDIT
In the user-assignable layer, a new added feature in version 2, you can create a mixed fader configuration of input and output channels, or you can use the faders as Fader Group Masters. Theres also a ST IN layer switch that switches between the stereo
Selected Channel Controls
The SELECTED CHANNEL controls include the hands-on panning and EQ controls for the currently selected channel, with analog-style buttons and knobs for direct, easy access to the parameters. Need to adjust the high-mid frequency a little? Just tap the HIGH MID key and turn the FREQUENCY knob until you get the sound you want.
Advanced Solo Functions
When the Fader Solo Release function is active, touching any fader releases the current soloed channel(s). In addition, the Pre-fader with Pan Mode allows you to monitor the post-pan pre-fader signal.
ADD-ON EFFECTS Capability
Optional ADD-ON EFFECTS can be added to the original collection of preset effects. The available ADD-ON EFFECTS packages include the Channel Strip Package which contains compressor and EQ modellings, the Master Strip Package which includes modellings of good old analog tape
1/2 or 3/4 inputs for the stereo layer controls. Having all controls right in front of you at all times not only saves space, it also means that all operations can be carried out without having to move away from the monitoring sweet spot.
conversion allows CD players and other digital sources connected to
Display Access Fader/Mute Group Master Function
From a group master fader, you can simultaneously control the overall level (input or output) of slave faders assigned to the master fader, while maintaining the relative balance of channel levels. In addition, a group master fader can be assigned to a fader in the user assignable layer. The Mute Group Master function is also available with Version 2. By assigning a User Defined Key as a Mute Group Master switch, clicking the key mutes or unmutes all input or output channels in the Mute group. The DISPLAY ACCESS keys determine which type of data will be shown on the LCD panel a total of 12 selectable categories. This approach minimizes the need to scroll through on-screen lists when you need access to a particular type of data.
Newly Enhanced Integrated DAW Control
The 01V96 has been designed to seamlessly integrate with leading digital audio workstations to create a complete production and mixing environment. Extensive support is provided for Digidesigns Pro Tools system as well as Steinbergs Nuendo 2.0 and Cubase SX for full control of mixing and processing parameters by using the 01V96 selected channel section, as well as transport/track-arming control and access to editing functions directly from the 01V96 control surface. Theres also a General DAW mode that provides compatibility with other workstations.
the digital input to be monitored or routed to an input channel without having to be synchronized to the system clock. A range of synchronization and control options are available via word clock inputs and outputs, MIDI connectors, and a USB TO HOST connector which can be used for computer control via the supplied Studio Monitor software. The rear panel also has an expansion slot which will accept a wide range of Yamaha mini-YGDAI expansion cards that can add up to 16 additional channels in a variety of formats.
Large cursor, INC/DEC, and enter keys are complemented by a data entry dial that lets you spin in desired values quickly and easily. The data entry dial also doubles as a shuttle/scrub dial for recorder or DAW control.
Built-In ADAT Optical Interface
The 01V96 comes with an industry-standard ADAT optical digital I/O interface built right in no options necessary. The ADAT Lightpipe optical I/O is standard on a wide range of current digital sound gear, so you can simply plug in via optical cables for 8 digital inputs and 8 digital outputs that will handle your digital signals without compromise. Additional optical I/O capacity can be added via the 01V96 expansion slot, as necessary.
Scene & Memory
Complete console setups can be memorized and instantly recalled via the 01V96 SCENE MEMORY controls. Memory is provided for up to 99 scenes. In addition to recalling scenes from the panel controls you can recall them remotely via MIDI program change messages, providing a handy degree of automation capability. The current scene number 01 through 99 is shown on the LCD panel. Additional scene memories can be managed via a computer running the supplied STUDIO MANAGER software.
Expandable Data Libraries
Setting up EQ, compression, and other parameters for a mix from scratch can be a daunting task, so Yamaha has provided an extensive selection of presets in a range of libraries that can simply be selected and used unmodified, or edited to suit specific requirements. Libraries are provided for effects, compression, gating, EQ, I/O patching, and channel setups. Of course, your own setups can be added to the libraries for instant recall whenever
01V96 Cascade Link
When you really need high capacity particularly for sound reinforcement applications the 01V96 offers 01V96 Cascade Link capability that allows two 01V96 units to be cascaded to create up to an 80-channel mixing system at an unbelievably affordable price!
CASCADE IN PATCH
Versatile I/O Facilities
The rear panel is home to balanced analog stereo and monitor
With version 2, you can copy and paste channel or parameter settings from the current scene into other scenes. This feature can be useful if you have already programmed several scenes, but want to edit certain parameters in all scenes.
they are needed.
outputs as well as four balanced omni outputs. The optical IN and OUT connectors for the 01V96s built-in ADAT interface are also located on the rear panel. There are also digital 2-track inputs and outputs featuring coaxial connectors. On-board sample rate
User Defined Keys
These 8 keys can be assigned to control any functions you choose. You could, for example, use them to recall input patch setups, to arm MTR tracks for recording, or to handle locator functions. And, when the REMOTE layer is selected, the USER DEFINED KEYS are automatically assigned to Pro Tools control functions by default.
Enhanced User Interface
Large LCD Panel
The new 01V96 display is a high-resolution 320 x 240 dot LCD panel that provides easy visual access to all of the consoles functions and parameters. Many parameters are displayed graphically so you can see whats happening at a glance EQ curves and compression parameters are especially readable in this format.
As a new feature with Version 2, the Instant Group Assignment function enables you to also use these keys to quickly set up fader groups and mute groups.
At Home In Any Application
Music production, sound reinforcement, broadcast, theater.in nearly every application,
STUDIO MANAGER Version 2
At Home In Any Application Available Mini-YGDAI card specifications
the 01V96 has the performance and versatility to work wonders.
Computer-based 96kHz Recording
With an audio interface and computer, the 01V96 can record at a 96kHz sampling rate, while digital audio signals are transferred via the audio interface. Control of the DAW transport, as well as mixer parameters, is performed by simple USB connection between the 01V96 and computer.
2TR IN 2TR OUT
Audio Interface USB
Macintosh or PC
Sound reinforcement applications generally require much more input capacity than studio production. If a single 01V96 wont do it, try cascading two 01V96s you now have up to 80 input channels to handle all but the biggest sound reinforcement applications. The builtin dynamics and effects can be a tremendous advantage in this type of application, too.
Mics Synthesizer etc.
STUDIO MANAGER Version 2 Software Included
The 01V96 comes supplied with Yamahas STUDIO MANAGER Version 2 software application for both Macintosh and Windows platforms. In the newly upgraded Version 2, the STUDIO MANAGER has developed into a total management software. In addition to the features of its predecessor, including complete access to all parameters for either on-line or off-line control, as well as the programs visual interface which makes it easy to relate on-screen controls to the corresponding console functions, the STUDIO MANAGER Version 2 provides a number of enhancements that make this already indispensable program more flexible and powerful than ever. It has now become a truly multi-client platform that can accommodate, for example, cascaded 02R96 and / or 01V96, and various Yamaha editors such as the SPX2000, to realize total recall of settings in the connected equipment. By simply connecting your personal computer to the TO HOST port (USB), you can manage data entirely through your computer. You can also open/close STUDIO MANAGER Version 2 windows from the 01V96.
Meter Window Selected Channel Window
Signals Guitar etc. 01V96 MIDI and Signals (Cascade Link)
Connection with 96kHz Recorders & Workstations
Although the 01V96 handles 96kHz audio as standard, most of the currently available digital recorders and workstations can handle 96kHz audio only in double channel mode (using two tracks to make one). In this configuration the 01V96 uses one channel per (96kHz) track, but twice the number of I/O connections must be used. MY8-AT/TD/AE cards work in double channel mode to handle 16 channels of 44.1/48kHz audio or up to 8 channels of 96kHz audio in double channel mode. With the latest equipment that handles 96kHz audio as standard (in double speed mode like the 01V96) you can make standard connections using the MY8-AE96 card. The MY8-AE96 card can work either in double speed or double channel mode.
Available Mini-YGDAI card specifications
* Guidence on the use of Mini-YGDAI cards http://www2.yamaha.co.jp/div/webmg/pa_card/e/check.php3
Maker Yamaha Model Function Digital I/O Digital I/O Input 8 Output*1 Format ADAT AES/EBU TASCAM IEEE1394 AES/EBU AES/EBU ADAT TASCAM AES/EBU ADAT Resolution 24bit 24bit 24bit 24bit 24bit 24bit 24bit 24bit 20bit 24bit 24bit 24bit 20bit 24bit 24bit Frequency 44.1/48kHz 44.1/48kHz 44.1/48kHz 44.1/48kHz 44.1/48/ 88.2/96kHz 44.1/48/ 88.2/96kHz 44.1/48/ 88.2/96kHz 44.1/48/ 88.2/96kHz 44.1/48kHz 44.1/48kHz 44.1/48kHz 44.1/48kHz 44.1/48kHz 44.1/48kHz 44.1/48kHz
The number of Available cards
Can handle 24bit/96kHz by double channel mode Can handle 24bit/96kHz by double channel mode Can handle 24bit/96kHz by double channel mode
Maximum 5 Nodes Can handle 24bit/96kHz by double channel mode
16 channel ADAT format I/O
16 channel AES/EBU format I/O
Editing windows with enhanced controllability
With the upgrade to Version 2, a number of new windows are provided. These include the Master Fader Window that shows only the master fader, and the Meter Window that shows meters for all 32 channels. In the Layer Window, the master fader block now can be separated, while the fader level is shown by a numeric value as well as by graphic display. In the Selected Channel Window, the gate type indication and long-stroke channel meter are added. The Patch Edit Window is now clearer to see and can be resized as desired, while it also shows both inputs/outputs to/from each effect block. In the Library Window, you can now perform simultaneous operation of multiple scenes/libraries. The STUDIO MANAGER Version 2 also integrates the Effect Editor Window for controlling ADD-ON EFFECTS (optional). Of course, settings for the main mixer functions can also be made off-line.
Key in Self or Stereo Link
INSERT INSERT ON LEVEL OUTPUT DELAY ON PAN
METER BUS 1(.8)
CHANNEL STRIP PACKAGE (AE-011)
This compressor and EQ package faithfully captures the unique saturation effect of analog circuitry. Includes five models that employ VCM technology to recreate the sound and characteristics of classic compression and EQ units from the 70s. Fine-tuned by leading engineers, and featuring carefully selected parameters in a simple interface. Compressor 276 (mono)/Compressor 276S (stereo): Recreate the fast response, frequency characteristics, and tube-amp saturation of the most in-demand analog compressors for studio use. Compressor 260 (mono)/Compressor 260S (stereo): Features faithful modeling of the solid-state VCA and RMS detection circuitry of the late 70s for live sound reinforcement applications. Equalizer 601: Delivers the unique characteristics of 70s analog EQ circuitry, featuring graphical editing capability on both the console and PC displays.
Compressor 276 (mono) Compressor 276S
MASTER STRIP PACKAGE (AE-021)
The MASTER STRIP package that faithfully captures the tape saturation of analog circuitry. Employs VCM technology to recreate both the analog circuitry and tape characteristics that shaped the sound of open-reel tape recorders. The Open Deck provides models of four machine types: Swiss 70, Swiss 78, Swiss 85, and American 70. You can even combine different record and playback decks for a wider range of variation. You also have a choice of old and new tape types, tape speed, bias, and EQ settings that can vary the focus of the sound, distortion, and saturation characteristics.
REVERB PACKAGE (AE-031)
Latest REV-X algorithms first introduced in Yamahas SPX2000. Reverb ADD-ON EFFECTS employing the latest REV-X algorithms first introduced in Yamahas SPX2000 Professional Multi Effect Processor. The REV-X programs feature the richest reverberation and smoothest decay available, based on years of dedicated research and development. Hall, Room, and Plate programs are provided. The Hall and Room programs have a very open sound, while Plate delivers a brighter tonality that is ideal for vocals.
CH15/16/ 2TR IN
PEAK SIGNAL GAIN
ST IN 1-4
PEAK SIGNAL AD 15
LEVEL BUS to STEREO
[INPUT] (15) [2TR IN](R)
RCA GAIN GAIN
METER METER ON LEVEL
SOLO AUX1(.8) The same the above
4BAND EQ PAN LFE SOLO L
RCA R MONITOR /2TR IN DA
SOLO LOGIC MONITOR TRIM
MONITOR OUT LEVEL L
[ADAT IN] [2TR IN DIGITAL]
DA PHONES LEVEL R
FX1 Return L/R
AUX1-8 INSERT SEND
FX1 SEND 1-2
SINE100Hz SINE1kHz SINE10kHz PINK NOISE BURST NOISE
ON to OUT PATCH for cascade BUS1 BUS
STEREO BUS1-8 AUX1-8 DIRECT OUT 1-32 INSERT OUT
OMNI 1 OMNI 2 OMNI 3 OMNI 4
DA DA DA DA
FX2 SEND 1-2
FX2 Return L/R
BUS8 BUS STEREO L BUS STEREO R BUS SOLO L BUS SOLO R BUS AUX1 BUS AUX8 BUS
[SLOT OUT] [ADAT OUT] [2TR OUT DIGITAL]
COAXIAL L (-10dBV) R
FX3 SEND 1-2
FX3 Return L/R
for cascade STEREO BUS AUX1-8 BUS SOLO BUS
2TR DIGITAL 2 DITHER
METER AUX1-8 INSERT SEND
8 FX4 SEND 1-2
FX4 Return L/R
L (+4dBu) R
When 96kHz FX3, 4 cannot be used.
Compressor 260(mono)/Compressor 260S
436 mm (430 mm excluding screw heads)
VINTAGE STOMP PACKAGE (AE-051)
In this package, virtual Circuitry Modeling technology delivers faithful models of the classic much-in-demand stomp boxes from the 70s that helped shape the sound of music history.
What is VCM technology?
VCM (Virtual Circuitry Modeling) technology actually models the characteristics of analog circuitry right down to the last resistor and capacitor. VCM technology goes well beyond simply analyzing and modeling electronic components and emulating the sound of old equipment. Its capable of capturing subtleties that simple digital simulations cannot even approach, while actually creating ideal examples of sought-after vintage gear.
ADD-ON EFFECTS can be only used with the DM2000 Version 2, DM1000 Version 2, 02R96 Version 2 and 01V96 Version 2. To use ADD-ON EFFECTS with the DM2000 Version 2, DM1000 Version 2, 02R96 Version 2 or 01V96 Version 2, please note the following. 1) The DM2000, DM1000, 02R96 or 01V96 must be Version 2 or higher. 2) Your personal computer must have a USB port and internet connection capability. 3) You must get web approval from Yamaha using the access key issued by the Yamaha approval server. * When applying for web approval, use the CD-ROM and approval code within each ADD-ON EFFECTS package.
The names of programs or menus incorporated in ADD-ON EFFECTS are for descriptive purposes only. Reference to product names, trademarks, artists and songs is made for the sole purpose of identifying products and sounds studied for modeling and describing the sound nuances Yamaha attempted to create through use of its proprietary technology. Such reference does not constitute representations that they physically possess equal qualities, and does not imply any cooperation or endorsement by such manufacturers or artists. The products, trademarks are the property of their respective owners.
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