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: AW2400. The manual was created in Portable Document Format, called as PDF manual. The PDF document file with the name of aw2400_en_om_b0.pdf has 288 pages with the file size of 5.2Mb. The digital document is original with no watermarks.

Owner's Manual Information

Brand:Yamaha
Category: Audio and Video
Model:AW2400
Type:Instruction Manual
Language:English English Manual
File info:PDF / 5.2Mb / 288 pages
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PDF File Information

Title: AW2400 Owner's Manual
Author: U.R.G., Pro Audio & Digital Musical Instrument Division, Yamaha Corporation
Creator: FrameMaker 7.0
Producer: Acrobat Distiller 5.0.5 for Macintosh
CreationDate: Wed Oct 10 11:12:30 2007
ModDate: Thu Nov 8 10:48:36 2007
Tagged: no
Pages: 288
Encrypted: no
Page size: 595 x 842 pts (A4)
File size: 5502647 bytes
Optimized: no
PDF version: 1.4

PDF Bookmark and List of Contents

  • Cover

  • PRECAUTIONS

  • Contents

  • 1. Before you start

    • Introduction
    • Remember to back up your data
    • About the built-in CD-RW drive
    • Using the CD-RW drive
    • Installing an optional card
  • 2. Introducing the AW2400

    • Features of the AW2400
    • AW2400 terminology
      • Recorder section
      • Mixer section
      • Overall
    • Parts of the AW2400 and what they do
      • Top panel
      • Rear panel
      • Front panel
    • Basic operation of the AW2400
      • Viewing the display
      • Accessing a screen/page
      • Switching a button on/off
      • Editing a value in the display
      • Using Additional Function Buttons
      • Entering text
      • Switching Mixing Layers
      • Using the Selected Channel section
  • 3. Connection and Setup

    • Connection
    • Turning the power on/off
    • Adjusting the input level
  • 4. Listening to the demo song

    • Loading the demo song
    • Playing the demo song
  • 5. Recording to a sound clip

    • Recording a sound clip
    • Playing a sound clip
  • 6. Track recording

    • Creating a new song
    • Direct recording and Mixed recording
      • Assigning input signals to tracks (Direct recording)
      • Assigning input signals to tracks (Mixed recording)
    • Recording on a track
    • Saving the current song
    • Pairing channels
    • Applying EQ To an Input Signal
    • Applying Compression to an Input Signal
    • Handy Recording Functions
      • Using the Metronome
      • Switching virtual tracks
      • Using the Undo List
  • 7. Overdubbing

    • About overdubbing
    • Assigning the input signal to a track
    • Setting the mix balance and pan
    • Overdubbing
    • Punch-in/out
      • Manual punch-in/out
      • Auto punch-in/out
  • 8. Mixdown and bounce operations

    • About mixdown and bouncing
    • Mixdown procedure
    • Playing back the stereo track
    • Bounce (ping-pong) recording procedure
    • Convenient functions for mixdown/bounce
      • Fader Group assignments
      • Mute Group assignments
      • Using the Solo function
  • 9. Transport/Locate Operation

    • The Transport Section Keys
    • Move To a Specified Location
    • Using the locator
    • Using markers
    • Adjusting the position of a locate point or marker
      • Adjusting the position of a locate point
      • Adjusting the position of a marker
    • Erasing a locate point or marker
    • Repeat playback of a specific region (the A-B Repeat function)
    • Finding a location while monitoring the sound (the Nudge function)
    • Finding a location while viewing the waveform
  • 10. Meters

    • Level Meter Types
  • 11. Patching and signal flow

    • Input signal patching
      • Patching for Direct Recording
      • Patching for Mixed Recording
    • Output signal patching
  • 12. Channel Operation

    • Displaying the mix parameters for individual channels
    • Channel Library Operation
      • Calling the Channel Library screen
      • Changing Channel Library Names
      • Storing Channel Library settings
      • Recalling Channel Library settings
      • Erasing Channel Library settings
  • 13. AUX

    • About the AUX buses
    • AUX Send Level Adjustment
    • Using external effects with the AUX buses
  • 14. Effects

    • About the Internal Effects
    • Recalling Effect Library settings
    • Applying Effects via Send and Return
    • Inserting an Effect Into a Channel
    • Editing Effects
    • Effect Library Operations
      • Call the Effect Library Screen
      • Changing Effect Library Names
      • Storing Effect Library settings
      • Erasing Effect Library settings
    • Correcting a Vocal Track (Pitch Fix)
  • 15. Track operations and editing

    • About the AW2400's tracks
    • Audio track operations
      • About audio tracks
      • Viewing all audio tracks
      • Muting a specific audio track
      • Switching the virtual track of an audio track
      • Editing virtual track names for an audio track
    • Stereo track operations
      • About the stereo track
      • Recording on the stereo track
      • Playing back the stereo track
      • Switching the virtual track of the stereo track
      • Editing the name of a virtual track for the stereo track
    • The Trigger Track Function
      • About Trigger Track
      • Using the Trigger Track Function
    • Editing tracks
    • Basic procedure for track editing
    • List of editing command
      • ERASE
      • DELETE
      • INSERT
      • COPY
      • MOVE
      • EXCHANGE
      • TIME COMP (Time Compression/Expansion)
      • PITCH (Pitch Change)
      • IMPORT CD AUDIO
      • IMPORT CD WAV
      • IMPORT USB WAV
      • IMPORT TRACK
      • EXPORT
      • MERGE
    • Importing audio data/WAV files
      • Importing from the CD-RW drive
      • Importing audio data from another song
  • 16. Pan, EQ, and Dynamics Processing

    • Pan Control
    • 4-band EQ
    • Dynamics Processing
      • Using the Gates
      • Using the Compressors
    • EQ/Dynamics Processor Library Operation
      • Accessing the EQ/Dynamics Library screens
      • Changing EQ/Dynamics Library Names
      • Recalling EQ/Dynamics Library settings
      • Storing EQ/Dynamics Library settings
      • Erasing EQ/Dynamics Library settings
  • 17. Scene Memory

    • About Scene Memory
    • Scene Memory Operation
      • Renaming a scene
      • Recalling scene data
      • Storing scene data
      • Deleting scene data
      • Protecting a scene
    • Using the Recall Safe function
    • Moving scenes
  • 18. Song management

    • About songs
    • Managing Your Songs
    • Editing various settings for the song
    • Creating a tempo map
    • Backing up songs
    • Restoring songs
    • Exchanging Song Data With Other AW-series Audio Workstations
  • 19. Automix

    • About Automix
    • Automix Operation
      • Creating a New Automix Recording
      • Recording the Automix Data
      • Automix Playback
      • Punch In and Out of Automix
    • Command Editing Automix data In a Specified Region
    • Editing Individual Automix Events
    • Automix Library Operation
      • About the Automix Library Page
      • Changing Automix Names
      • Storing Automix settings
      • Recalling Automix settings
      • Erasing Automix settings
      • Protecting Automix Data
  • 20. MIDI

    • What you can do using MIDI
    • Basic MIDI Settings
    • MIDI Synchronization Message Setup
    • Connecting to External Equipment
      • Synchronizing the AW2400 With External MIDI Devices
      • Switching AW2400 scenes from an external MIDI device
      • Recording/playing AW2400 mix operations on an external sequencer
    • Using the MIDI Remote function
      • About the MIDI Remote function
      • Using the MIDI Remote function presets
      • Using User-defined Remote function
      • Remotely controlling a tone generator module
  • 21. Utility functions

    • Using the test tone oscillator
    • AW2400 Preferences
    • Initializing the internal hard disk
  • 22. Creating an audio CD

    • Creating an audio CD
    • Types of media that you can use with the CD-RW drive
    • Writing an audio CD
    • Basic settings for the CD-RW drive
    • Writing audio data
      • Writing Track At Once
      • Writing Disc At Once
    • Finalizing CD-R/RW media
    • Erasing CD-RW media
    • Playing an audio CD
  • 23. Digital Input/Output & Optional Card Settings

    • Wordclock and Cascade Settings
      • Select the Wordclock Source
      • Fine Adjustment Of Overall Song Pitch (Vari-pitch)
      • Cascade-connecting External Devices
    • Check the Status Of the Digital Input Signal
    • Plug-in Card Settings
  • 24. USB

    • What You Can Do With USB
    • WAV File Transfer (USB Storage Mode)
      • Switching to the USB Storage Mode
      • Exiting the USB Storage Mode
      • Copying Exported WAV Files To the Computer
      • Importing Copied WAV Files From the Computer
  • Appendix

    • Mastering library list
    • EQ Parameter list
    • Dynamics Parameters
    • Gate Parameter list
    • Compressor Parameter list
    • Effects Parameters
    • Troubleshooting
    • Display message list
    • About the CD-ROM included with the AW2400
    • MIDI data format
    • MIDI Implementation Chart
    • Specifications
    • Dimensions
    • Index
    • Block diagram