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 two product models as follows: LS9-16, LS9-32. The manual was created in Portable Document Format, called as PDF manual. The PDF document file with the name of ls9_en_om_j0.pdf has 290 pages with the file size of 6.8Mb. The digital document is original with no watermarks.

Owner's Manual Information

Brand:Yamaha
Category: Musical Instruments
Model:LS9-16, LS9-32
Type:Instruction Manual
Language:English English Manual
File info:PDF / 6.8Mb / 290 pages
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PDF File Information

Title: LS9-16/32 Owner's Manual
Subject: ls9_en_om_j0.pdf
Author: C.S.G., Pro Audio Division
Creator: FrameMaker 7.0
Producer: Acrobat Distiller 5.0.5 for Macintosh
CreationDate: Fri Feb 26 12:07:15 2010
ModDate: Thu Oct 6 17:03:49 2011
Tagged: no
Pages: 290
Encrypted: no
Page size: 595 x 842 pts (A4)
File size: 7507729 bytes
Optimized: no
PDF version: 1.6

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  • Cover

  • PRECAUTIONS

  • Contents

  • 1. Introduction

    • Thank you
    • An overview of the LS9
    • Differences between the LS9-16 and LS9-32
      • Number of INPUT channels
      • Rear panel
      • Top panel
      • Other
    • The LS9’s channel structure
    • About the MIX bus types (VARI / FIXED)
    • About word clock
    • Conventions in this manual
    • About the firmware version
  • 2. Parts and their function

    • Top panel
    • Rear panel
    • Front panel
  • 3. Basic operations on the LS9

    • Basic operations in the top panel
      • About the [HOME] key
      • Selecting the fader layer
      • Using the SELECTED CHANNEL section
      • Selecting functions
    • Viewing the display
      • Constant display area
      • Main area
      • The on-screen user interface
    • Assigning a name
    • Using the tool buttons
      • About the tool buttons
      • Using libraries
      • Initializing settings
      • Copying and pasting settings
      • Comparing two sets of settings
  • 4. Connections and setup

    • Connections
    • Installing an option card
    • Setup required when starting up
      • Returning the current scene to the initial state
      • Word clock connection and settings
      • HA (head amp) settings
      • Sending an input channel signal to the STEREO bus
  • 5. Input channel operations

    • Signal flow for input channels
    • Specifying the channel name / icon
    • HA (head amp) settings
    • Sending the signal from an input channel to the STEREO/MONO bus
    • Sending the signal from an input channel to a MIX bus
      • Using the SELECTED CHANNEL section
      • Using a popup window
      • Using the faders (SENDS ON FADER mode)
  • 6. Output channel operations

    • Signal flow for output channels
    • Specifying the channel name / icon
    • Sending signals from MIX channels to the STEREO/MONO bus
    • Sending signals from MIX channels and STEREO/MONO channels to MATRIX buses
      • Using the SELECTED CHANNEL section
      • Using a popup window
      • Using the faders (SENDS ON FADER mode)
  • 7. Operations in the SELECTED CHANNEL section

    • About the SELECTED CHANNEL section
    • About the SELECTED CH VIEW screen
    • Operations in the SELECTED CHANNEL section
  • 8. Custom fader layer

    • About the custom fader layer
    • Assigning channels to the custom fader layer
  • 9. Input/output patching

    • Changing the output patching
    • Changing the input patching
    • Inserting an external device into a channel
    • Directly outputting an INPUT channel
  • 10. USB memory recorder

    • About the USB memory recorder
    • Assigning channels to the input/output of the recorder
    • Recording to USB memory
    • Playing back audio files from USB memory
    • Editing the title list
    • Linking scene recall with audio file playback
  • 11. EQ and Dynamics

    • About EQ and dynamics
    • Using EQ
    • Using dynamics
    • Using the EQ/Dynamics libraries
      • EQ library
      • Dynamics library
  • 12. Grouping and linking

    • About mute groups
    • Using mute groups
      • Using the MUTE GROUP screen to operate mute groups
      • Using the SELECTED CH VIEW screen to specify mute groups
      • Using the Mute Safe function
    • The Channel Link function
      • Linking the desired input channels
    • Copying, moving, or initializing a channel
      • Copying the parameters of a channel
      • Moving the parameters of a channel
      • Initializing the parameters of a channel
  • 13. Scene memory

    • About scene memories
    • Using scene memories
      • Storing a scene
      • Recalling a scene
      • Using user-defined keys to recall
    • Editing scene memories
      • Sorting and renaming scene memories
      • Scene memory editing
      • Copying/pasting a scene
      • Clearing a scene
      • Cutting a scene
      • Inserting a scene
    • Using the Focus function
    • Using the Recall Safe function
    • Using the Fade function
  • 14. Monitor/Cue

    • About the monitor/cue functions
    • Using the Monitor function
    • Using the Cue function
      • About cue groups
      • Operating the Cue function
  • 15. Talkback / Oscillator

    • About talkback and oscillator
    • Using talkback
    • Using the oscillator
  • 16. Meters

    • Using the METER screen
  • 17. Graphic EQ and effects

    • About the virtual rack
      • Mounting a GEQ or effect in the virtual rack
    • Graphic EQ operations
      • About the graphic EQ
      • Inserting a GEQ in a channel
      • Using the 31 Band GEQ
      • Using the Flex15GEQ
    • About the internal effects
      • Using an internal effect via send/ return
      • Inserting an internal effect into a channel
      • Editing the internal effect parameters
      • Using the Tap Tempo function
      • Using the Freeze effect
    • Using the graphic EQ and effect libraries
      • GEQ library
      • Effect library
    • Using an external head amp
      • Remotely controlling an external head amp
  • 18. MIDI

    • MIDI functionality on the LS9
    • Basic MIDI settings
    • Using program changes to recall scenes and library items
    • Using control changes to control parameters
    • Using parameter changes to control parameters
    • Using MMC (MIDI Machine Control) to operate the USB memory recorder
  • 19. User settings (Security)

    • User Level settings
      • User types and user authentication keys
      • Setting the Administrator password
      • Creating a user authentication key
      • Logging-in
      • Changing the password
      • Editing a user authentication key
      • Changing the user level
    • Preferences
    • User-defined keys
    • Console lock
      • Locking the console
      • Unlocking the console
      • Specifying the CONSOLE LOCK screen image
    • Using USB memory to save/load data
      • Saving the LS9’s internal data on USB memory
      • Loading a file from USB memory
      • Editing the files saved on USB memory
      • Formatting USB memory media
  • 20. Other functions

    • About the SETUP screen
    • Word clock settings
    • Switching a digital I/O card’s SRC on/off
    • Using cascade connections
      • Operations on the cascade slave LS9
      • Operations on the cascade master LS9
    • Basic settings for MIX buses and MATRIX buses
    • Setting the date and time of the internal clock
    • Setting the network address
    • Specifying the brightness or contrast of the display, LEDs, and lamps
    • Using the Help function
      • Loading a Help file from a USB memory
      • Loading a text file from a USB memory
      • Assigning the Help function to a user-defined key
      • Viewing Help
    • Initializing the LS9’s internal memory
    • Adjusting the faders (Calibration function)
    • Adjusting the input/output gain (Calibration function)
  • Appendices

    • EQ Library List
    • DYNAMICS Library List
    • Dynamics Parameters
    • Effect Type List
    • Effects Parameters
    • Effects and tempo synchronization
    • Scene Memory/Effect Library to Program Change Table
    • Parameters that can be assigned to control changes
    • Control change parameter assignments
    • NRPN parameter assignments
    • Mixing parameter operation applicability
    • Functions that can be assigned to user-defined keys
    • MIDI Data Format
    • Warning/Error Messages
    • Troubleshooting
    • General Specifications
    • Input/output characteristics
    • Electrical characteristics
    • Mixer Basic Parameters
    • Pin Assignment
    • Dimensions
    • Attaching the RK1 rackmount kit (sold separately)
    • MIDI Implementation Chart
    • Index
    • Block Diagram
    • Level Diagram