Owner's Manual Summary

The manual was written in by Yamaha. The language is listed as follows: Owner's Manual English. The manual is applied to the following one product model as follows: 02R. The manual was created in Portable Document Format, called as PDF manual. The PDF document file with the name of 02r1e.pdf has 354 pages with the file size of 3.5Mb. The digital document is original with no watermarks.

Owner's Manual Information

Brand:Yamaha
Category: Musical Instruments
Model:02R
Type:Instruction Manual
Language:English English Manual
File info:PDF / 3.5Mb / 354 pages
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PDF File Information

Title: 02R O/M_E
Subject: VT64000
Author: YAMAHA
Creator: FrameMaker 5.5.6
Producer: Acrobat Distiller 5.0.5 for Macintosh
CreationDate: Wed Oct 2 02:58:52 2002
ModDate: Wed Jul 30 10:52:07 2003
Tagged: no
Pages: 354
Encrypted: no
Page size: 609 x 793 pts
File size: 3688278 bytes
Optimized: no
PDF version: 1.5

PDF Bookmark and List of Contents

  • Important Information

    • Precautions
    • Maintenance
    • Exclusion of Certain Damages
    • Copyright
    • Trademarks
    • Package Contents
  • User’s Guide

    • Contents
    • 1 Introduction to the 02R
      • Digital Recording Console 02R
      • User Guides
      • Installation
      • Top and Rear Panels
      • Features
      • Key Features
    • 2 Getting Started
      • Basic Assumptions
      • Making the Connections
      • Basic Setup
      • Power ON/OFF
      • Setting the Synchronization
      • Recall Scene Memory 0
    • 3 Introductory Recording Tutorial
      • Setting the Input Level
      • Applying EQ
      • Using the EQUALIZER Library
      • Routing
      • Panning
    • 4 Secondary Recording Tutorial
      • Auxiliary Send Channels
      • Setting the Auxiliary Send Level
      • Creating a Monitor Mix
      • Applying Effects
      • Recalling and Editing Effects
      • Patching in a Dynamics Processor
      • Using the Dynamics Library
      • Scene Memories
    • 5 Mixing and Automation
      • What is 02R Automation?
      • RealTime Automation
      • Editing Automation Events
      • OffLine Automix Editing
      • Using the AUTOMIX Library
  • Getting Started Guide

    • Sections
    • Contents
    • 1 Controls and Connections
      • Front Panel
      • Rear Panel
      • Block Diagram
    • 2 User Interface
      • About the User Interface
      • DISPLAY ACCESS Buttons
      • Display
      • CURSOR Buttons
      • Encoder Wheel
      • ENTER Button
      • SCENE MEMORY Buttons
      • Display Functions
      • SELECTED CHANNEL Controls
    • 3 Mixing and Monitoring
      • Analog Inputs
      • Phantom Power
      • Pad
      • GAIN Controls
      • SEL Buttons
      • ON Buttons
      • Faders
      • Analog Outputs
      • Monitor Selector Switches
      • Monitor Level Controls
    • 4 MIXING Display Functions
      • Phase and Attenuation
      • Delay
      • Pan and Balance
      • StereoPair Pans
      • Stereo Width
      • PAN controls
      • Routing
      • ROUTING buttons
      • Metering
      • View
      • Channel Library
      • Equalizer
      • EQUALIZER controls
      • Equalizer Programs
      • Equalizer Library
      • Preset EQ Program Parameters
    • 5 Dynamics
      • Dynamics Processors
      • Preset Dynamics Programs
      • Compressor
      • Expander
      • Compander
      • Gate and Ducking
      • DYNAMICS Display Function
      • Patching in a Processor
      • Dynamics Processor Meters
      • KEYIN and LINK Indicators
      • Dynamics Library
      • Preset Dynamics Program Parameters
    • 6 Auxiliary Channels
      • About the 02R Auxiliaries
      • The AUX Buttons
      • Stereo Input Channels
      • AUX [ON] Button
      • AUX Pre or Post
      • Monitor Mix
    • 7 Internal Effects
      • About Effects
      • Preset Effects Programs
      • AUX7 and AUX8
      • Effects
      • Effects Library
      • Preset Effects Program Parameters
    • 8 Scene Memories
      • What are Scene Memories?
      • What is Stored in a Scene Memory?
      • What is the Edit Buffer?
      • Initial Data and UNDO Memory
      • Storing Mix Scenes
      • Naming a Scene Memory
      • Recalling Scene Memories
      • Fader Recall Safe
      • Fade Time
    • 9 Automation
      • What is the Automation Function?
      • What is Timecode?
      • Automation Function
      • Main Screen
      • Memory Management
      • Fader Edit
      • Event Edit (MEMORY)
      • Event Edit (CHON)
      • Event Extract
    • 10 MIDI
      • MIDI and the 02R
      • Setup
      • Program Change Assign
      • Bulk Dump/Request
    • 11 Groups and Pairs
      • Grouping Faders
      • Grouping Mutes
      • Pairing Channels
    • 12 Digital I/O, Setup, and Utilities
      • Word Clock Select
      • Input Signal Select
      • Cascade Configuration
      • Dither
      • Solo
      • Preferences
      • Oscillator
      • Emphasis Monitor
      • Channel Status Monitor
      • Battery Check
      • 02R System Initialization
    • 13 Installing Options
      • Digital Recording Console 02R Options
      • Installing 02R Options
      • Analog I/O Card – AD/DA (CD8AD)
      • Digital I/O Card – AES/EBU (CD8AE/CD8AE-S)
      • Digital I/O Card – ADAT (CD8AT)
      • Digital Cascade Kit (CD8CS)
      • Digital I/O Card – TDIF1 (CD8TDII)
      • Peak Meter Bridge (MB02)
    • 14 Specifications
      • General Specifications
      • Input Specifications
      • Output Specifications
      • Digital Input and Output Specifications
      • Dimensions
      • Options
      • Troubleshooting
      • Error Messages
      • MIDI Data Format
      • Parameter Change and Request Format
      • Bulk Dump and Request Format
    • 15 Glossary
      • References and Further Reading
    • Index
    • MIDI implimentation chart
    • User Setting Sheet

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