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: AW2816. The manual was created in Portable Document Format, called as PDF manual. The PDF document file with the name of aw2816e1.pdf has 420 pages with the file size of 5076513. The digital document is original with no watermarks.

Owner's Manual Information

Brand:Yamaha
Category: Audio and Video
Model:AW2816
Type:Instruction Manual
Language:English English Manual
File info:PDF / 4.8 Mb / 420 pages
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PDF File Information

Title: AW2816_E
Subject: V766750 R1 1
Author: YAMAHA
Creator: FrameMaker 5.5.6
Producer: Acrobat Distiller 4.05 for Macintosh
CreationDate: Thu Dec 6 13:07:21 2001
ModDate: Wed Jul 30 11:02:01 2003
Tagged: no
Pages: 420
Encrypted: no
Page size: 595 x 842 pts (A4)
File size: 5076513 bytes
Optimized: no
PDF version: 1.5

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  • Important

  • Table of contents

  • Operation section

    • Before you begin
      • Checking the included items
      • Installing an internal hard disk
      • Installing a CD-RW drive
      • Removing the transport protection pad
      • Attaching an external SCSI device
      • Installing I/O card
      • Please observe the following points
    • 1 Parts and their functions
      • Top panel
      • Rear panel
      • Front panel
    • 2 Welcome to the world of the AW2816
      • Features of the AW2816
      • Signal flow within the AW2816
      • The track structure of the AW2816
      • About the display
      • Basic operation of the AW2816
    • 3 Let’s record on the AW2816
      • Connections and setup
      • Recording the first track
      • Recording additional tracks (Overdubbing)
      • Mixing to the stereo track (Mixdown)
      • Saving your song
      • Advanced techniques on the AW2816
    • 4 Input/output patching
      • Assigning signals to input channels/ return channels (Input Patch)
      • Assigning signals to the recorder inputs (Recorder Input Patch)
      • Assigning signals to output jacks/ output channels (Output Patch)
      • Using the patch library
      • Inserting an external effect into a channel
      • Quickly assigning input signals to tracks (Quick Rec)
    • 5 Using the internal effects
      • About the internal effects
      • Using AUX send/return to apply an effect
      • Inserting an effect into a specific channel
      • Applying effects while you record
      • Adjusting the effect parameters
      • Saving an effect program
    • 6 Transport/Locate operations
      • Transport key functions
      • Fast forward-play/Fast reverse-play (the Shuttle function)
      • Searching for a point while you listen (the Nudge function)
      • Searching for a point while viewing the waveform
      • Rewinding for a specific distance (Rollback)
      • Repeatedly playing a specified region (A-B Repeat)
      • Locating to a specified point
      • Locating to the zero location of the counter
      • Using various locate points to locate
      • Using markers to locate
      • Editing the location of a locate point or marker
      • Deleting a locate point/marker
    • 7 Editing tracks and virtual tracks
      • Editing tracks and virtual tracks
      • Tracks, parts, and regions
      • Naming a track or region
      • Editing the audio data of tracks 1–16
      • Editing the audio data of virtual tracks 1–8
      • Editing commands
    • 8 Scene memory operations
      • About scene memories
      • Storing a scene
      • Recalling a scene
      • Editing the name of a scene
      • Protecting a scene
      • Changing the order of scenes
    • 9 Using automix
      • About automix
      • Creating a new automix
      • Recording and playing an automix
      • Recording additional mix elements
      • Re-recording only part of the automix (Punch-in/out)
      • Re-recording fader operations
      • Editing individual automix events
      • Storing an automix
      • Recalling an automix
    • 10 Managing songs
      • About songs
      • Saving the current song
      • Loading a song
      • Editing the song name/comment
      • Protecting a song
      • Duplicating a song
      • Deleting an unwanted song
      • Deleting unused audio data from a song (Optimize)
      • Importing mixer data from an existing song
      • Importing tracks from an existing song
    • 11 Using the internal hard disk/ external storage devices
      • Formatting the internal hard disk
      • Formatting an external drive
      • Erasing CD-RW media
      • Backing up songs
      • Restoring backup data
      • Tidying up the data of the internal hard disk (Defrag)
      • Writing a track to a WAV file (Exporting a WAV file)
      • Loading a WAV file into a track (Importing a WAV file)
      • Loading CD audio into a track (CD-DA Import)
      • Playing an audio CD (CD Play)
    • 12 Mastering
      • About mastering
      • Stereo tracks that can be mastered
      • Media that can be used with the CD-RW drive
      • Track At Once and Disc At Once
      • Checking the free space on the internal hard disk
      • Setting the mastering mode
      • Executing mastering
      • Finalizing a disc
    • 13 MIDI
      • What you can do using MIDI
      • MIDI connectors and the TO HOST connector
      • Using the MIDI connectors to connect the AW2816 to external devices
      • Using the TO HOST connector to connect the AW2816 and your computer
      • Using MTC to synchronize the AW2816 and an external device
      • Using MIDI clock to synchronize the AW2816 and an external device
      • Using MMC to control the AW2816
      • Synchronizing two AW2816 units
      • Remotely switching AW2816 scenes
      • Controlling AW2816 parameters from an external device
      • Remotely controlling an external MIDI device
      • Sending the AW2816’s internal settings via MIDI (Bulk Dump)
    • 14 Other functions
      • Assigning a functions to the [CTRL] key + function keys
      • Making fine adjustments to the pitch of an entire song (Vari-pitch)
      • Saving channel settings (Channel Library)
      • Saving equalizer settings (EQ Library)
      • Storing dynamics processor settings (Dynamics Library)
      • Copying attenuator settings to all channels
      • Copying delay time/phase settings to all channels
      • Copying pan settings to all channels
      • Copying fade times to all channels
      • Dithering digital signals
      • Using the test tone oscillator
      • Using the metronome
      • Mixing and recording multiple channels
      • Pingpong-recording multiple tracks to one or two tracks
  • Reference section

    • How to read the Reference section
    • SONG screen
      • Song List page
      • Setting page
      • Song Edit page
      • Tempo Map page
      • Shut Down page
    • FILE screen
      • Backup page
      • Restore page
      • Disk Util. page
    • CD screen
      • CD Write page
      • CD Play page
    • QUICK REC screen
      • Quick Rec page
    • SETUP screen
      • D.in Setup page
      • Monitor page
      • Dither Out page
      • Dither TRK page
      • Solo Setup page
    • UTILITY screen
      • Oscillator page
      • Prefer.1 page
      • Prefer. 2 page
      • Prefer. 3 page
      • CTRL Key Asgn. page
    • MIDI screen
      • MIDI Setup 1 page
      • MIDI Setup 2 page
      • PGM Asgn. page
      • CTL Asgn. page
      • Bulk Dump page
    • PATCH screen
      • Patch IN page
      • Patch OUT page
      • Patch Lib page
      • Plug-in page
    • VIEW screen
      • CH View page
      • Library page
    • PAN/ROUTE screen
      • Pan 1–8/Pan MONI page
      • Pair page
    • EQ/ATT/GRP screen
      • EQ/Att page
      • Library page
      • Fader Grp page
      • Mute Grp page
    • DYN/DLY screen
      • Dyn. Edit page
      • Library page
      • Dly/ø1–8/Dly/øMONI page
    • AUX1–AUX4 screens
      • Pre/Pst page
    • AUX5/EFF1, AUX6/EFF2 screens
      • Eff. Edit page
      • Library page
      • Pre/Pst page
    • REMOTE screen
      • Remote A–Remote D pages
    • HOME screen
      • IN/Rtn/MONI page
      • Bus page
      • Omni/ST page
      • Option page
    • TRACK screen
      • TR View page
      • V. Track page
      • Stereo page
      • Mark Adj. page
    • EDIT screen
      • TR Edit page
      • V.TR Edit page
      • CD Import page
      • WavImport page
      • TR Import page
    • AUTOMIX screen
      • Main page
      • Memory page
      • Fader Edit page
      • Event List page
    • SCENE screen
      • Scene Mem page
      • Fade Time page
      • RCL. Safe page
      • Sort page
    • METER screen
      • Meter 1 page
      • Meter 2 page
  • Appendix

    • Preset EQ Program Parameters
    • Preset Effects Programs
    • Effects Parameters
    • Dynamics Processors
    • Preset Dynamics Program Parameters
    • Troubleshooting
    • Display message list
    • Specifications
    • Dimensions
    • MIDI data format
    • MIDI Implementation Chart
  • Index

  • Block diagram

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