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DM2000 Version 2—Owner's Manual

DM2000 Version 2—Owner's Manual

DM2000 Version 2—Owner's

Owner’s Manual Keep This Manual For Future Reference. EN

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  • Page 10 and 11: 10 Contents Contents 1 Welcome . .
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  • Page 18 and 19: 18 Chapter 1—Welcome I/O Patching
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    52 Chapter 3—Operating Basics Abo

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    54 Chapter 3—Operating Basics Dis

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    60 Chapter 3—Operating Basics Ste

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    62 Chapter 3—Operating Basics Ass

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    64 Chapter 4—Analog I/O & the AD

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    66 Chapter 5—Digital I/O & Cascad

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    68 Chapter 5—Digital I/O & Cascad

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    70 Chapter 5—Digital I/O & Cascad

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    72 Chapter 5—Digital I/O & Cascad

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    74 Chapter 5—Digital I/O & Cascad

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    76 Chapter 5—Digital I/O & Cascad

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    78 Chapter 6—Input & Output Patch

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    80 Chapter 6—Input & Output Patch

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    82 Chapter 6—Input & Output Patch

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    84 Chapter 7—Input Channels 7 Inp

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    86 Chapter 7—Input Channels Gate

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    88 Chapter 7—Input Channels Group

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    90 Chapter 7—Input Channels Input

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    Routing Input Channels 93 You can a

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    Panning Input Channels 95 Panning I

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    Using Surround Pan 97 Using Surroun

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    Assigning Surround Channels to Buse

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    Assigning Surround Channels to Buse

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    Using the MS Stereo Microphone 103

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    Compressing the Stereo Out 105 Comp

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    Bus Outs 107 9 Bus Outs Patching Bu

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    Sending Bus Outs to the Stereo Out

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    Pre-Fader or Post-Fader Aux Sends 1

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    Aux Send Pages 113 6 To set the Pre

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    Viewing Aux Send Settings 115 Pre/P

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    Excluding Certain Channels from Aux

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    Aux Send Master Inserts 119 Aux Sen

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    Matrix Sends 121 11 Matrix Sends Pa

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    Panning Matrix Sends 123 4 To turn

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    Attenuating Matrix Send Masters 125

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    Common Channel Functions 127 12 Com

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    Metering 129 Metering Output Channe

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    Using EQ 131 The attenuator paramet

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    Using EQ 133 Using the SELECTED CHA

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    Grouping Output Channel EQs 135 Gro

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    Compressing Channels 137 Select win

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    Compressing Channels 139 Using the

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    Delaying Channel Signals 141 Delayi

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    Soloing Channels 143 Configuring So

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    Pairing Channels 145 Pairing Channe

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    Group Master for the Output Channel

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    Grouping Output Channel Mutes (ON/O

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    Viewing Channel Fader Settings 151

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    Viewing Channel Fader Settings 153

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    Copying Channel Settings 155 Copyin

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    Naming Channels 157 If the Name Inp

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    Studio Monitoring 159 Control Room

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    Surround Monitoring 161 When the MO

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    Using Talkback & Slate 163 MONITOR

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    Libraries 165 14 Libraries About th

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    Input Patch Library 167 Input Patch

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    Bus to Stereo Library 169 2 Press t

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    Comp Library 171 Comp Library Comp

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    Automix Library 173 Automix Library

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    Preset Effects & Types 175 Modulati

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    Editing Effects 177 Editing Effects

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    About Plug-Ins 179 As of January 20

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    Editing Plug-Ins 181 Editing Plug-I

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    About the GEQs 183 About the GEQs E

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    Scene Memories 185 16 Scene Memorie

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    Storing & Recalling Scenes with the

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    Fading Scenes 189 Fading Scenes Fad

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    Sorting Scenes 191 Sorting Scenes S

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    Automix 193 17 Automix About Automi

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    Automix Main Page 195 Return At the

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    Automix Main Page 197 AUTOMIX: This

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    Channel Strip [AUTO] Buttons 199 Ch

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    Selecting the Timecode Source & Fra

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    Inserting Mix Parameters into Autom

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    Rerecording Events 205 8 Use the cu

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    Punching In & Out Individual Parame

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    Editing Events Offline 209 Editing

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    Editing Events Offline 211 The TIME

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    Editing Events Offline 213 Event Ed

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    MIDI 215 18 MIDI MIDI & the DM2000

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    MIDI Channel Setup 217 MIDI Channel

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    Assigning Parameters to Control Cha

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    Pro Tools Remote Layer 221 19 Pro T

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    Configuring Pro Tools 223 4 When th

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    Control Surface Operation with the

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    Control Surface Operation with the

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    Control Surface Operation with the

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    Control Surface Operation with the

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    Control Surface Operation with the

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    Control Surface Operation with the

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    Control Surface Operation with the

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    Selecting Channels 239 Selecting Ch

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    Muting Channels 241 Muting Channels

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    Setting Send Levels 243 Setting Sen

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    Editing Plug-ins 245 Editing Plug-i

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    Resetting Faders, Sends, Panpots &

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    Scrub & Shuttle 249 Scrub & Shuttle

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    Automation 251 Trim Mode Trim mode

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    Remote Control 253 20 Remote Contro

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    About Remote Layers 255 ENCODER: Th

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    About Machine Control (MMC & P2) 25

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    About Machine Control (MMC & P2) 25

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    About Machine Control (MMC & P2) 26

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    About Machine Control (MMC & P2) 26

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    GPI (General Purpose Interface) 265

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    Controlling AD8HR/AD824 A/D Convert

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    Other Functions 269 21 Other Functi

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    Saving DM2000 Data to SmartMedia 27

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    Saving DM2000 Data to SmartMedia 27

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    Setting Preferences 275 Auto AUX/MA

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    Setting Preferences 277 is off, the

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    Using the Oscillator 279 Using the

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    Operation Lock 281 5 Use the button

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    USER DEFINED KEYS 283 Appendix A: P

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    USER DEFINED KEYS Initial Assignmen

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    Input Patch Parameters 287 input Ch

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    Initial Input Patch Settings 289 in

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    Output Patch Parameters 291 Slot Ou

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    Output Patch Parameters 293 Slot Ou

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    Output Patch Parameters 295 Direct

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    Initial Output Patch Settings 297 I

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    Initial Output Channel Names 299 In

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    Initial Output Port Names 301 Initi

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    GPI Trigger Source & Target List 30

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    GPI Trigger Source & Target List 30

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    User Defined Remote Layer Initial B

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    Effects Parameters 311 MONO DELAY O

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    Effects Parameters 313 CHORUS Two i

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    Effects Parameters 315 AUTOPAN Two

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    Effects Parameters 317 MOD. FILTER

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    Effects Parameters 319 REV+CHORUS O

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    Effects Parameters 321 REV+SYMPHO.

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    Effects Parameters 323 DELAY->ER. O

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    Effects Parameters 325 MULTI FILTER

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    Effects Parameters 327 OCTA REVERB

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    Effects Parameters 329 M. BAND DYNA

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    Effects and tempo synchronization 3

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    Preset Gate Parameters (fs = 44.1 k

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    Preset Compressor Parameters (fs =

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    Dynamics Parameters 337 DUCKING Duc

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    Dynamics Parameters 339 EXPAND An e

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    General Spec 341 Appendix B: Specif

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    General Spec 343 Option Output (SLO

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    General Spec 345 EQ Parameters Q F

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    Analog Input Spec 347 Analog Input

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    I/O Slot Spec 349 I/O Slot Spec Eac

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    Dimensions 351 Dimensions 883.2 mm

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    Initial Parameter to Control Change

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    Initial Parameter to Control Change

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    Initial Parameter to Control Change

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    Initial Parameter to Control Change

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    MIDI Data Format 369 MIDI Data Form

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    Format Details 371 11. ACTIVE SENSI

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    Format Details 373 13.3.8 User defi

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    Format Details 375 00110010 32 '2'

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    Format Details 377 13.3.29 Input pa

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    Format Details 379 ID No. 01000011

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    Format Details 381 0eeeeeee ee Elem

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    Format Details 383 13.4.21 Paramete

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    Format Details 385 13.4.32 Paramete

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    Index 389 Index Symbols +48V ON/OFF

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    Index 391 Control surface & rear pa

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    Index 393 Input channels attenuatin

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    Index 395 OUTPUT PORT NAME page 82

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    Index 397 Slots about 50, 70 availa

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    DM2000 Block Diagram A INPUT INSERT

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    YAMAHA [Digital Mixing Console-Inte

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