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MUSIC PRODUCTION With the MOTIF ES
Yamaha TWE Wave Editor Using TWE to create.wav and/or AIFF Files so that you can burn a CD
Getting audio into your computer can be done easily with a USB Audio Interface like the Yamaha UW10. This device offers a high quality, cost-effective method to transfer audio (analog or digital) to your computer via its USB connection. The UW10 is a USB audio interface for Windows.
UW10 Ships with TWEplus Phil Clendeninn Senior Product Specialist Technology Products Yamaha Corporation of America
TWE (wave editor) The TWE program can be launched within an OPT sequencer environment like the SQ01 ver2.0 or can be used as a stand-alone wave editor. TWE is a full-fledged wave editor program and can create.wav or aiff files directly from the audio outputs of the Motif ES. We get asked often How do I save my sequence so I can burn a CD? Well, it is not as easy as saving a Motif file but certainly the easiest way is to use TWE. TWE is provided on the Motif ES TOOLS CDROM that accompanies your Motif ES. Connect the audio outputs of the Motif ES to your computer audio card (or audio interface). The Yamaha UW10 (or UW500) can be used to get live audio into the computer. Connect the L&R Stereo outputs to the inputs of the UW (set the level to line), then TWE can record at 8, 16, 24, or 32-bit and can sample at 11k, 22k, 32k, 44.1k, or 48k. In order to create a.wav file from which to burn a CD, select 16-bit/44.1kHz. Interfaces like the UW10 or UW500 offer great flexibility when it comes to getting audio easily into and back out of your computer or when simply using the TWE program as a traditional wave editor.
TWE is a very useful piece of software that gives you all the tools you need to edit, loop, trim, convert, and other wise mangle your samples. It also allows you to use your computer screen for editing. You will find LOOP CROSSFADE editing here that can be useful when creating musical instrument sounds where you need to create a seamless loop. The UW500 USB Audio/MIDI interface is shown below. It features two inputs with a level switch for MIC/Guitar/Line level inputs. It has a Headphone jack useful for monitoring, Digital Optical I/O, stereo RCA input for AUX inputs, and a stereo RCA INPUT 3, MIDI IN, MIDI OUT, and a TG To Host serial multi-port connection for up to 80 MIDI channels. Thats 5 x 16 channel; on its own. External power supply
USB Audio/MIDI interface (Analog I/O; Digital I/O); Multiple-port MIDI interface.
The UW10 is a smaller, more cost-effective version of the UW500. It features USB connection, Digital optical I/O, L/R RCA input, L/R RCA output. The UW10 is a less expensive unit because it does not act as a MIDI Interface (it is strictly audio only you dont need the MIDI interface when you are using the Motif ES) and the analog inputs and outputs are RCA connectors rather than the jacks of the UW500. The UW10 is also bus powered this means it draws power via the USB cable so no external power supply is necessary. The headphone jack is an 1/8 mini-jack rather than the jack found on the UW500. The only difference is in the connectivity quality is comparable. Recording from the Motif ES to a computer Setting up the UW10/UW500 for recording Connect the UW to a computer via USB. Use two audio cables to connect the UWs INPUT jacks to the output jacks of the Motif ES. Cables are to RCA Set the UWs SOURCE SELECT switch to INPUT. (UW500 only) Set the INPUT 1& 2
Switches to LINE; (UW10) set the Source Select to INPUT Connect the RCA outputs to a quality sound system.
Starting TWE/TWEplus Start TWE on the computer. The Browse for Folder window opens. Select a recording destination folder on the hard disk, then click [OK]. You can usually select the default folder. Click on [OPTIONS] on the toolbar and select Windows Sound Device Configuration Select the UW10 or UW500 driver
Recording into the TWE program is very straightahead. Press the red RECORD button, start playback of your Motif ES sequence and sit back and relax. When recording is complete press STOP the program will draw the waveform. You may want to test a portion of the data to ensure good record level. Once you are sure you have a decent record level go ahead and transfer your audio. Trimming the wave to size is very intuitive using your mouse to define regions. Mastering the TWE program will take you just minutes. Alternate Method of getting data from the Motif ES to TWE The Motif ES can save user samples as.wav or aiff files. These can easily be saved to an optional SmartMedia cards (up to 128MB) or to an optional USB drive device for transport to your computer. This method is basically using the Card or USB drive to shuttle the data to your computer. Any user sample in the Motif ES can be saved as follows: If your sample is in a SONG or PATTERN, select that Song or Pattern If your sample is in a VOICE select that Voice Press FILE Press F1 CONFIG and select the Current device Card or USB Press SAVE Select Wav or Aiff as the TYPE Cursor down between the brackets and give the file a name Press ENTER You will be asked to locate your sample. If in the sequencer the TRACK and NOTE will appear. If in a Voice, the ELEMENT and KEYBANK will appear. Use this to locate your sample. Use the SF1 AUDITION button to verify that it is your sample Press ENTER again to execute. Once the data is stored to the media you can shuttle it over to your computer. TWE will allow you to OPEN the data. UW10 software: TWE Plus The UW10 ships with a special expanded version of the Yamaha wave editor called, TWEplus. This version adds the ability to Import and Export files in MP3 format. If you plan on posting data to the Internet or transferring files via the email, the ability to export your data as.mp3 will be very valuable. Like all versions of TWE, TWEplus can load, save and convert.wav, aiff file formats; it can convert sample rates, and convert bit size. What if I own a Macintosh computer? TWE can run on either a Windows computer or a Macintosh computer. The only difference for Macintosh users is that you will have to get the
Setting up a new file From the [File] menu, select [New.]. The New window opens. Select a file format: wav or aiff Generally, select WAVE 44100Hz 16-bit stereo for music CDs. This is the default setting. Specify an In Time value for the Length parameter (shown below). Specify the duration that is slightly longer than that of Song you wish to record. For example, if the recording source is an 8-minute, specify something like 8 min 30 sec 0 msec.
Click NEW to open the empty session.
audio into your Mac. Yamaha currently only makes AUDIO (UW10) and AUDIO/MIDI (UW500) interfaces for Windows computers. You may already have an interface that satisfies your need in getting audio into your Macintosh computer. TWE is a program that is on the CDROM that comes with your Motif/Motif ES so you have it already and configuring it is straightforward and you will find it an excellent tool to have in your kit. A Word on Digital Transfers The question is often asked, Do I lose much by transferring my data via the analog outputs verses digital outputs? The answer is one that cannot be simply answered, yes or no. A digital transfer allows you to clone or make an exact duplicate of the original signal there is theoretically no difference between the 0s and 1s of the source and the 0s and 1s of the destination file. Does this mean that digital transfer is necessarily superior to an analog transfer? Well no with todays negligible noise floor one cannot definitively tell the difference. Now, dont get me wrong, there are probably golden ears out there that will pick it out every time but depending on the material (music) it is not that significant a difference. If you intend to transfer your mix via the digital (optical) connection options available, here is what you need to know: The original Motif had an optical digital output, so you can connect this output directly to the optical digital input on the UW units and clone the mix. If you own the Motif ES you would need the AIEB2 expansion board to get access to optical digital outputs. You will have to weigh the cost versus advantage in this scenario. Is the digital transfer better? Well no doubt. Is it worth the additional cost of adding an AIEB2? This is something you will have to decide. If you are confident in your gain staging skills, you should be able to transfer your data from the analog outputs of the Motif or Motif ES with full confidence that the signal will arrive in your computer with full integrity and fidelity. Of course, the option to shuttle the data, mentioned above, also existsthere is no loss when the data is shuttled. CD Creation Once you have recorded your music to TWE, you can save the data using Save as.wav (Windows) or aiff (Macintosh). These are the common formats that your computer can burn to audio CD. Check the documentation of your computers CD creation software. In general, you should use the two formats mentioned above. Although TWEplus can export the data as.mp3 format, remember it is not as high quality as.wav or aiff. MP3 is a compression scheme that can reduce the size of the file greatly when uploading or emailing is your goal. The sound quality of the
.wav or aiff file will be superior in most cases to any mp3 format.
UW10 Phil Clendeninn Senior Product Specialist Technology Products Yamaha Corporation of America
NAME PLATE LOCATION:
The name plate is located on the bottom of the product. The model number, serial number, power requirements, etc., are located on this plate. You should record the model number, serial number, and the date of purchase in the spaces provided below and retain this manual as a permanent record of your purchase.
Model Serial No. Purchase Date
PLEASE KEEP THIS MANUAL
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* Please keep this manual in a safe place for future reference.
Always follow the basic precautions listed below to avoid the possibility of serious injury or even death from electrical shock, short-circuiting, damages, re or other hazards. These precautions include, but are not limited to, the following: Cables
Check the USB connector periodically and remove any dirt or dust which may have accumulated on it. Do not place the cable near heat sources such as heaters or radiators, and do not excessively bend or otherwise damage the cable, place heavy objects on it, or place it in a position where anyone could walk on, trip over, or roll anything over it.
Do not put burning items, such as candles, on the unit. A burning item may fall over and cause a re.
Do not open
Do not open the instrument or attempt to disassemble the internal parts or modify them in any way. The instrument contains no user-serviceable parts. If it should appear to be malfunctioning, discontinue use immediately and have it inspected by qualied Yamaha service personnel.
If you notice any abnormality
If the USB cable becomes frayed or damaged, or if there is a sudden loss of sound during use of the instrument, or if any unusual smells or smoke should appear to be caused by it, immediately disconnect the USB connector, and have the instrument inspected by qualied Yamaha service personnel.
Always follow the basic precautions listed below to avoid the possibility of physical injury to you or others, or damage to the instrument or other property. These precautions include, but are not limited to, the following: Location
Yamaha cannot be held responsible for damage caused by improper use or modifications to the instrument, or data that is lost or destroyed.
Welcome to the UW10
Thank you for choosing the Yamaha UW10 USB-Audio Interface. The UW10 is a USB interface that enables simultaneous transfer of audio data. Connect the UW10 to a computer that has a USB connector and enjoy the powerful features of digital audio. Please read this Owners Manual thoroughly to make the best use of the UW10. After you read this manual, please keep it in a safe place for future reference.
Table of contents
UW10 Features... 6 Notes on USB... 6 Notes on musical copyrights... 7 Package Contents.... 8 About the included software... 8 System Requirements... 10 Parts and Functions.. 10 Signal Flow... 12 Connections... 13 Installing the driver.. 16 Installing the driver... 16 Setting up the included software.. 24 Using the UW10.... 26 Recording the data from vinyl records or cassette tapes to a computer.. 26 Creating a single song file from a digital recording.. 27 Recording MIDI data as digital audio data.. 27 Storing digital recordings on a music CD.. 28 Specifications... 29 Troubleshooting (FAQ).. 29
The screen displays and illustrations in this Owners Manual are for instructional purposes, and may appear somewhat different from the screens that appear on your computer or in the specifications for your unit. Before installing the software, be sure to read the software license agreement included at the end of this document. Opening the CD-ROM package indicates your consent to the license agreement. The company names and product names in this Owners Manual are the trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective companies. OMS and are trademarks of Opcode Systems, Inc. MPEG Layer-3 audio compression technology licensed by Fraunhofer IIS and THOMSON Multimedia. SoftSynthesizer is a trademark of Yamaha Corporation.
Digital and analog interface
The UW10 functions as an interface that enables you to digitally record MDs and cassette tapes to a computer, or create music using an audio/MIDI sequencer and MIDI tone generators (MOTIF-RACK etc.). The analog inputs on the UW10 convert incoming analog signals into digital. This prevents audio deterioration due to computer noise and enables you to perform clean, clear sound recordings.
Easy Hot Swap Connection English
You can connect and disconnect a USB cable while the power to the computer is turned on. The power is provided through the USB bus power supply. For this reason, the UW10 does not require a power adapter.
Versatile software programs
An included software program, called TWEplus Wave Editor, enables you to record via the UW10 and edit various wave files (MP3, WAV, AIFF). Another program, the SYXG50 SoftSynthesizer, enables you to play MIDI data on the computer, record it, then convert it into a wave file in TWEplus, with the UW10 set in Track Down mode.
The UW10 supports Windows 98/Me/2000/XP.
Notes on USB
Do not connect or disconnect a USB cable under any of the following circumstances. Otherwise, the computer may lock up or the UW10 functions may be disabled: The computer is checking the device or loading the driver. The computer is starting or quitting the OS. The computer is in Save Energy (Sleep) mode or is canceling the mode. An audio/MIDI application is active. In addition, do not perform any of the following operations. Otherwise, the computer may lock up or the UW10 functions may be disabled: Frequently connecting and disconnecting the cables Placing the computer in Save Energy (Sleep) mode or cancelling the mode during audio data transfer Connecting or disconnecting the cables, restarting or shutting down the computer, or installing or uninstalling the driver while a large amount of data is being transferred
Notes on musical copyrights
The UW10 supports SCMS (Serial Copy Management System) to protect copyrights associated with music software. When you copy data from CDs, or other music media purchased from stores, to your own media (such as MDs) using a digital connection, information regarding the digital recording generation is also recorded. If you route the recorded data to a DIGITAL IN jack, you will be unable to record the data on a computer. In this case, use the UW10s analog inputs (INPUT jacks) to record data on the computer.
SOURCE SELECT DIGITAL INPUT TRACK DOWN USB-AUDIO INTERFACE
You cannot record. computer
You can record.
It is prohibited to use copyrighted songs and sound data (that can be recorded via the UW10) for commercial purposes. It is also prohibited to reproduce, transfer, or distribute the data, or play the data for a commercial audience without permission from the owners of the copyright, except for personal use or applications that do not infringe the copyright. If you wish to use such data for occasions other than personal use, consult a copyright expert. Yamaha is not responsible for any data created, reproduced, or edited using the UW10, nor for any reproduction or use of such data.
The UW10 package contains the following items. Check the contents for missing items. UW10 main unit CD-ROM USB cable (approx. 2 meters) Owners Manual (this book)
About the included software
The included CD-ROM contains the following software programs. The English folder on the included CD-ROM contains the following software programs.
Each programs operating environment may be different from the UW10s operating environment (page 10). For more information, refer to the software on-line manuals.
TWEplus Wave Editor TWEplus Wave Editor enables you to record, play, and edit Wave files. It supports various file formats, such as MP3, WAV, and AIFF, and can convert these file formats from one into another. Double-click Setup.exe in the TWEplus_ folder to start the installer. Follow the instruction on screen to install the software. After you finish the installation, start the application by selecting from the Start menu [Programs | YAMAHA TWEplus | Wave Editor TWEplus]. For more information on using the software, refer to the on-line manual.
SoftSynthesizer (S-YXG50) The S-YXG50 is XG tone generator software that produces voices using the computers CPU power. By installing SoftSynthesizer, you can enjoy high tonal quality from MIDI data without connecting an external MIDI tone generator. To start the installer, double-click Setup.exe in the Syxg50_ folder. Install SoftSynthesizer following the instructions on screen.
For more information on using the software, after you finish the installation, refer to the S-YXG50 Help file by selecting from the Start menu [Programs | YAMAHA SoftSynthesizer S-YXG50 | S-YXG50 Help].
Windows 2000/XP Users: If you hear sound skips from the S-YXG50 on the Windows 2000/XP platform, you may be able to resolve the problem by following the steps below: 1. From the Start menu, select [Programs | YAMAHA XG SoftSynthesizer S-YXG50 | S-YXG50 Settings] to display the Settings window. 2. Click the Information tab. If the window indicates Ver.4.01.xx Legacy (xx is a version number) for the S-YXG50 version, proceed to Step 3. 3. Log on to Windows as Administrator, then open the Syxg50_ folder on the included CD-ROM. 4. Right-click Turbo.inf or Normal.inf in the folder to display the pop-up menu, then select Install from the menu. Nomal.inf: The sound might skip occasionally, but most sound cards will output sound. Turbo.inf: The sound will not skip, but some sound cards may not output sound. 5. Restart the computer.
XGplayer You can use XGplayer to play MIDI data, which you can output via SoftSynthesizer, then record it as a wave file in TWEplus with the UW10 in Track Down mode. This application is automatically installed when you install the S-YXG50 SoftSynthesizer. To start XGplayer after you finish the installation from the Start menu, select [Programs | YAMAHA SoftSynthesizer S-YXG50 | XGplayer].
Acrobat Reader The Acrobat Reader allows you to view an electronic version of the Owners Manual saved in PDF format. To start the installer, open the English folder in the Acroread_ folder, then double-click ar500enu.exe. Install the software according to the instructions on screen. MidRadio Player MidRadio Player receives and plays MIDI and Sound VQ data, sort of like a radio channel. You can listen to pieces of music continuously by connecting to the Internet and selecting your favorite channel. You can also purchase song data on the Internet. To install MidRadio Player, double-click mr4221E.exe in the Midradio_ folder to start the installer, then follow the instruction on screen.
ASIO driver This driver software is required if you wish to use applications that support ASIO. Refer to the ReadMe.html in English folder in the ASIOdrv_ folder for information on how to install the driver.
TWEplus does not support ASIO.
Computer: CPU: IBM PC/AT or compatible computer that features a USB connector Intel Pentium or Celeron processor with 500MHz or faster (Windows XP: Intel Pentium or Celeron processor, 750MHz or faster) 64MB or more (128MB or more recommended)
Memory: Operating System:
Available hard disk space: 10MB or more (excluding the space required for Acrobat Reader and MidRadio Player) Windows 98/98SE/2000/Me/XP
Some operating systems may require a superior environment than that specified above.
Parts and Functions
1 Power LED
The LED lights up when the USB connector is connected and the power is being supplied from the computer to the unit.
2 SOURCE SELECT switch
Use this switch to select the INPUT jacks or the DIGITAL IN jack. If you select TRACK DOWN, an audio signal input from the computer to the UW10 is returned to the computer unmodified (page 15).
In this case, the INPUT and DIGITAL IN jacks are disabled.
CAUTION With some application programs, input audio signals may be output unmodified. In this case, do not set the SOURCE SELECT switch to TRACK DOWN. Otherwise, audio signals may oscillate, causing hearing loss or damage to the playback device.
8 Volume Dial
The Volume Dial adjusts the level of signals output from the headphone jack and OUTPUT jacks. Use the Volume Dial to adjust the output level.
9 Headphone jack
Connect a headphone stereo miniplug here. Use the Volume Dial to adjust the headphone volume.
MD Recorder,etc powered speakers
When you are using the connections illustrated above, set the Echo Back setting of your sequence software to Off. Refer to the Owners Manual for the sequence software for detailed information on setting the Echo Back parameter.
Music production system using a guitar or microphone via analog connections
Analog audio signals input from a guitar or microphone are converted to digital for recording. Patch the analog input from the guitar or microphone to the UW10s INPUT jacks via an effects unit or other equivalent device. In this case, set the UW10s SOURCE SELECT switch to INPUT, and connect powered speakers or headphones to the UW10.
MD recorder guitar microphone
effects unit or other equivalent device mixer
Set the SOURCE SELECT switch to INPUT.
UW10 powered speakers
Connecting audio devices
Digital or analog input from an audio device can be converted to wave files on a computer. You can also edit the wave files on the computer, then record them to an audio device. Patch a digital signal from an MD player to the UW10s DIGITAL IN jack. Patch an analog signal from a casette tape player or turntable to the UW10s INPUT jacks. Set the UW10s SOURCE SELECT switch to DIGITAL or INPUT depending on the jacks you are using. Connect an AV amplifier and mixer as necessary.
If you cannot adjust the output level of the audio device, some high volume sound sources may distort your recordings, or low volume sound sources may create recordings that are not inaudible. In this case, adjust the sound source level using the following measures: Connect the PHONE jack of the audio device to the UW10, then adjust the PHONE level on the audio device. Connect a mixer or other device that enables you to adjust the volume level between the audio device and the UW10. If you try to record from a digital audio device (such as an MD or CD player) that has an optical digital output, use an optional optical digital cable (with square plugs) to connect the UW10. In this case, you do not have to adjust the level, since the recording level will be the same as the sound source level.
cassette tape deck
AV amplifier and mixer
Track down on the computer
You can track down multiple wave files or SoftSynthesizer audio signals into a single wave file, which can then be converted to an MP3 file using the included TWEplus wave editor. Connect the computer and the UW10, and set the UW10s SOURCE SELECT switch to TRACK DOWN. While playing MIDI or audio data on the computer, record it using an audio editing application, such as TWEplus, to track down the data.
If you want to track down an external MIDI tone generators sound along with the data on the computer, you will first need to convert the playback data into wave files.
The system may ask you to insert a Windows CD-ROM while it checks for the driver. Insert the Windows CD-ROM in the CD-ROM drive, specify the root folder of the CDROM drive (such as D:\Win98\) and continue the installation. Drive and root folder names vary depending on the computer.
7. When the installation is complete, the following screen appears. Click [Finish].
Some computers may take about ten seconds to display this screen after installation is complete.
8. After a few seconds, the Add New Hardware Wizard is displayed again. Install USB Audio Device in the same manner as steps 3-7 described above.
The driver has been installed.
Installing the driver on a Windows 2000/XP system
1. Start the computer. 2. Use the included USB cable to connect the UW10 to the computers USB connector. The system displays the message Found New Hardware and automatically detects and installs the driver. The window closes and the driver is installed.
Installing the driver on a Windows Me system
1. Start the computer. 2. Use the included USB cable to connect the UW10 to the computers USB connector. The UW10 is powered on and the system automatically displays the Add New Hardware Wizard. 3. Check the radio button to the left of Automatic search for a better driver (Recommended). Click [Next]. 4. When the system nishes detecting and installing the driver, it displays the following message: Windows has nished installing the new hardware device. Click [Finish]. The driver has been installed.
Verifying the installation
You can verify whether the driver has been installed correctly by following the steps below:
1. Double-click [My Computer | Control Panel | System].
If the System folder does not appear in the Control Panel on the Windows Me system, click view all Control Panel options. For Windows XP users: Click Switch to Classic View to change the Control Panel to Classic View mode.
2. Click the Device Manager tab. USB Audio Device should be listed under Sound, Video and Game Controllers.
On a Windows 2000/XP system, click the Hardware tab, then click the Device Manager tab.
Specifying the output destination of audio signals
This section explains how to set up Windows to use the UW10. For information on setting up your sequence software, refer to the owners manual for the corresponding software.
Setup for audio playback and recording
Windows 98 Windows Me
1. Double-click [My Computer | Control Panel | (Sounds and) Multimedia]. 2. Click the Audio tab. 3. Click the Preferred device box and select USB Audio Device in Playback and Recording respectively.
USB Audio Device (1) may appear, depending on the computer. If two or more USB audio devices are connected, the corresponding number appears in parentheses.
4. Click the Use only preferred devices checkbox. 5. On the Windows Me system, click the Audio tab and select USB Audio Device in Sound Playback and Sound Recording respectively.
If you are using a voice recognition system or Internet Phone with another audio device, you may need to set the output destination to suit the environment. For more information, refer to the documentation for the audio device.
6. Click [OK].
Setup for music CDs Follow the steps below to play a music CD in the computers CD-ROM drive and output the sound digitally from the UW10. Setup on a Windows 98 system
1. Double-click [My Computer | Control Panel | Multimedia]. 2. Click the CD Music tab. 3. Make sure that the CD-ROM drive (e.g., D:) is selected correctly. 4. Check the Enable digital CD audio for this CD-ROM device checkbox and click [OK]. Setup on a Windows Me/2000/XP system
1. Double-click [My Computer | Control Panel | System]. 2. Select Device Manager, CD-ROM (the listed item with a + mark), then the CD-ROM drive name, then click Properties.
On a Windows 2000/XP system, click the Hardware tab, then click Device Manager.
3. Click the Properties tab. 4. Check the Enable digital CD audio for this CD-ROM device checkbox and click [OK]. Setup for Volume Control 1. From the Start menu, select [Programs | Accessories | Entertainment | Volume Control] to open the Volume Control window. 2. Move the slider to adjust the volume level.
Checking wave le playback
Follow the steps below to check to see whether you can hear a wave file play back from the UW10. Windows 98 Windows Me
1. Select [My Computer | Control Panel | (Sounds and Multimedia) | Sounds]. 2. Select an item with a speaker icon, then click the Play button to make sure that the playback sound is output from the headphones or speakers connected to the UW10.
Setting up the included software
Before using the included software with the UW10, follow the procedure below to set up the application. TWEplus Wave Editor From the menu bar, select [Options], then [Windows Sound Device Configuration], and set as shown below:
S-YXG50 SoftSynthesizer and XGplayer From the Start menu, select [Programs | YAMAHA SoftSynthesizer S-YXG50 | SYXG50], then set parameters as shown below:
Sampling frequencies available for different OS and input jacks Sampling frequencies available for recording in TWEplus vary depending on the operating system and the type of input jacks.
SOURCE SELECT switch setting (Inputs being used) DIGITAL Windows98 INPUT Windows98SE/ Me/2000/XP DIGITAL INPUT X X O X X O O O O O O O O O O Sampling frequency in the software 11.025 kHz X 22.05 kHz X 32 kHz O 44.1 kHz O 48 kHz O
Sampling frequencies supported for playback on different operating systems When you play data in TWEplus or using the S-YXG50, the frequency of the signals output from the DIGITAL OUT jack varies depending on the computers operating system, as follows: Make sure that the audio recording device (such as an MD recorder) connected to the DIGITAL OUT jack supports these sampling frequencies.
The data output from the analog OUTPUT jacks will play correctly using any of the sampling frequencies listed in the table.
Sampling frequencies for software playback OS 11.025kHz Windows98 Windows98SE/ Me/2000/XP 44.1kHz 48kHz 22.05kHz 44.1kHz 48kHz 32kHz 32kHz 32kHz 44.1kHz 44.1kHz 44.1kHz 48kHz 48kHz 48kHz
Using the UW10
Work Flow Recording the data from vinyl records or cassette tapes to a computer (page 26) Recording MIDI data as digital audio data (page 27)
Creating a single song file from a digital recording (page 27)
Storing digital recordings on a music CD (page28)
Make sure that the hard disk has enough free space. If there is insufficient space, you may be unable to record successfully.
Recording the data from vinyl records or cassette tapes to a computer
1 Setting up the UW10
1-1 Connect the UW10 to a computer. 1-2 Use an audio cable to connect the UW10s INPUT jacks to the output jacks of the AV device that plays the recording source.
The output jacks on the AV device could be AUX OUT jacks, external output jacks, or a headphone jack. If you connect it to the headphone jack, you can raise the recording level.
1-3 Set the UW10s SOURCE SELECT switch to INPUT.
2 Starting TWEplus
2-1 Start TWEplus on the computer. The Browse for Folder window opens. 2-2 Select a recording destination folder on the hard disk, then click [OK].
You can usually select the default folder.
3 Setting up a new le
3-1 From the [File] menu, select [New.]. The New window opens. 3-2 Select a file format. Generally, select WAVE 44100Hz 16bit stereo for music CDs. This is the default setting. 3-3 Specify a In Time value for the Length parameter. Specify the duration that is slightly longer than that of one side of the vinyl record or cassette tape you wish to record. For example, if the recording source is a 60-minute cassette tape, specify something like 32 min 0 sec 0 msec.
3-4 Click the [New] button. The New window closes.
4 Digital recording
4-1 From the [Options] menu, select [Windows Sound Device Configuration.], then select YAMAHA UW10 or USB Audio Device for Input and Output. 4-2 Click the Record button in TWEplus, then immediately start playing the vinyl or cassette tape. 4-3 When the playback of one side finishes, click the Stop button in TWEplus.
If the recording level is low, record the output from the AV devices headphone jack, or raise the recorded level using the Normalize function.
1 Select a single song from the waveform of the recorded data by using the arrow tool.
2 From the [Edit] menu, select [Selection to New].
The selected region opens as a new single file.
3 From the [File] menu, select [Save As.] to save the song to a specied location on the hard disk.
A single song is stored as a file in the computer. Repeat this procedure to create more song files.
Recording MIDI data as digital audio data
1-1 Connect the UW10 to the computer. 1-2 Set the UW10s SOURCE SELECT switch to TRACK DOWN.
Creating a single song le from a digital recording
2 Starting the S-YXG50 SoftSynthesizer
2-1 Start the S-YXG50 SoftSynthesizer
To start the S-YXG50 SoftSynthesizer, from the Start menu select [Programs | YAMAHA XG SoftSynthesizer S-YXG50 | XGplayer].
2-2 Click the [Set] in XGplayer. 2-3 Select YAMAHA SXG Driver, then click [OK]. 2-4 Click the Song Select button in the XG Players Player window to select MIDI data that you wish to add to the play list and convert to audio data.
Play the selected MIDI data to make sure that the UW10 outputs the sound correctly.
3 Starting TWEplus English
3-1 Start TWEplus on the computer. The Browse for Folder window opens. 3-2 Select a recording destination folder on the hard disk, then click [OK].
4 Setting up a new le
4-1 From the [File] menu, select [New.]. The New window opens. 4-2 Select a file format. Generally, select WAVE 44100Hz 16bit stereo for music CDs. This is the default setting. 4-3 Specify a In Time value for the Length parameter. Specify the duration that is slightly longer than that of the selected MIDI data. For example, if the data consists of three five-minute songs, specify something like 16 min 0 sec 0 msec. 4-4 Click the [New] button. The New window closes.
5 Digital recording
5-1 From the [Options] menu, select [Windows Sound Device Configuration.], then select YAMAHA UW10 or USB Audio Device for Input and Output. 5-2 Click the Record button in TWEplus, then immediately activate the XGPlayer window and click the Play button. 5-3 When the playback in XGPlayer finishes, click the Stop button in TWEplus.
Is another USB device connected to the computer?
The driver may not be installed correctly if another USB device is active. Disconnect your printer, scanner, or other USB device, then try to install the driver again. If the driver for another USB audio device has already been installed, you can use that driver for the UW10.
The UW10 does not operate correctly, or no sound is heard.
Did you install the driver? (page 16) Are the USB cable, MIDI cables, and audio cables connected correctly? (page 13) Is the volume setting of the tone generator, playback device, and application program set to the appropriate level? Have you selected an appropriate device for your audio application? Is the sampling frequency set correctly?
Refer to the table on page 25.
Are there wave les for which the sampling frequency and bit resolution settings vary?
Some audio applications may not simultaneously play wave les with different sampling frequencies and bit resolutions.
(You cannot play a music CD)
Check the Enable digital CD audio for this CD-ROM device checkbox (page 22).
(You do not hear any sound digitally input from a connected MD or CD player.)
Is the SOURCE SELECT switch set correctly? (page 13.) Is the input signal copyright protected? (page 7.)
The sound is interrupted or distorted.
Does your computer satisfy the system requirements? (page 10) Is any other application or device driver running?
Quit all unnecessary application programs.
Are you playing multiple wave les?
Depending on the computers performance, playing multiple wave les may cause skipping sound or interrupted playback.
The processing performance of some computers may decline depending on various factors, such as the processing speed of audio data, access to an external storage device, etc. You may be able to improve the performance by changing the settings as follows: Select [Control Panel | (Sounds and) Multimedia | Audio | Detailed Properties].
* This applies only to products distributed by YAMAHA CORPORATION OF AMERICA.
This Class B digital apparatus complies with Canadian ICES-003. Cet appareil numrique de la classe B est conforme la norme NMB-003 du Canada.
This applies only to products distributed by Yamaha Canada Music Ltd. Ceci ne sapplique quaux produits distribus par Yamaha Canada Musique Lte.
For details of products, please contact your nearest Yamaha representative or the authorized distributor listed below. Pour plus de dtails sur les produits, veuillez-vous adresser Yamaha ou au distributeur le plus proche de vous gurant dans la liste suivante.
Die Einzelheiten zu Produkten sind bei Ihrer unten aufgefhrten Niederlassung und bei Yamaha Vertragshndlern in den jeweiligen Bestimmungslndern erhltlich. Para detalles sobre productos, contacte su tienda Yamaha ms cercana o el distribuidor autorizado que se lista debajo.
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AUSTRALIA Yamaha Music Australia Pty. Ltd. Level 1, 99 Queensbridge Street, Southbank, Victoria 3006, Australia Tel: 3-9693-5111 NEW ZEALAND Music Houses of N.Z. Ltd. 146/148 Captain Springs Road, Te Papapa, Auckland, New Zealand Tel: 9-634-0099 COUNTRIES AND TRUST TERRITORIES IN PACIFIC OCEAN Yamaha Corporation, Asia-Pacic Music Marketing Group Nakazawa-cho 10-1, Hamamatsu, Japan 430-8650 Tel: +81-53-460-2312
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