Online and offline editing of multiple 01V96 units is now smoother than ever. All inputs, outputs, insert patch points, direct outputs, and effect sends and returns can be freely patched to configure the system as required via graphical on-screen “digital patching” displays: Since its initial release in , the 01V has been the mixer of choice for a wide variety of applications, ranging from recording and production environments to live sound and installation setups. In addition to “horizontal pairing” of adjacent channels, the 01V96 allows “vertical pairing” of channels on different layers so that, for example, you can control up to 16 stereo sources from a single layer. Memory management functions allow 01V96 data to be transferred to and from the computer where it can be managed and even shared via LAN or the Internet. Features faithful modeling of the solid-state VCA and RMS detection circuitry of the late 70’s for live sound reinforcement applications. The output section also offers plenty of versatility with 18 buses:
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The Studio Manager application has undergone a major evolution, and is now a host application that can gamaha multiple editors such as the DM Editor and SPX Editor within its framework.
The REV-X programs feature the richest reverberation and smoothest decay available, based on years of dedicated research and development. The four stereo inputs have their own dedicated controls. This upgrade provides a significant range of additional and enhanced functions including Add-on Effect support, enhanced DAW control, and virtual VCA for live sound. Fine-tuned by leading engineers, ov96 featuring carefully selected parameters in a simple interface.
Features faithful modeling of the solid-state Yamaga and RMS detection circuitry of the late 70’s for live sound reinforcement applications.
All analog inputs and outputs employ precision bit, kHz converters. Includes five models that employ VCM technology to recreate the sound and characteristics of classic compression and EQ units from the 70’s.
The 01V96 can function as a physical controller for both recorder and mixer sections of your DAW. A “Fix” function automatically sets the auxiliary buses to nominal 0 dB level, so they can be used as additional mix buses.
Your 01V96 data can even be managed on your personal computer using the supplied 01V96 Editor application. Inputs 1 through 12 feature high-performance head amps that accept microphone and line-level sources, with dB pads, to dB gain trim and balanced XLR and TRS phone jack connectors.
Easy-access dedicated controllers are provided for EQ and panning. Recreate the fast response, frequency characteristics, and tube-amp saturation of the most in-demand analog compressors for studio use.
These same features with the sole exception of gating are also provided for the eight group o1v996 auxiliary buses as well as the stereo bus. Online and offline editing of multiple 01V96 units is now smoother than ever.
In addition to its extensive stand-alone capabilities the 01V96 can integrate with your computer-based DAW Digital Audio Workstation or digital recorder to create an advanced digital production environment. The advanced effects and signal-processing capabilities provided by these packages are accessed and operated via the console’s internal effect processors in the same way as the built-in effects.
Control data is graphically displayed via an LCD screen, and can be saved in “libraries” for easy recall whenever recalled. In addition to “horizontal pairing” of adjacent channels, the 01V96 allows “vertical pairing” of channels on different layers uamaha that, for example, you can control up to 16 stereo sources from a single layer.
Analog outputs include the main stereo outs, stereo monitor outputs, a stereo 2-track output, four “omni” outputs, 12 channel insert outputs, and o1b96 phones output. Installation Case Since Yamaha introduced the first digital mixer over a quarter of a yxmaha ago, digital consoles have had a seismic effect throughout the professional audio industry.
What’s more, all of this functionality is available at 96 kHz.
01V96VCM | Digital Mixers | Archived Products | Products | Yamaha
Although it is a compact rack-size mixer, the 01V96 offers generous mixing capacity with up to 40 simultaneous inputs. Delivers the unique characteristics of 70’s analog EQ circuitry, featuring graphical editing capability on both the console and PC displays.
The Console Window, Selected Channel Module, Patch Editor, Effect Editor, and Library Window can be accessed via the computer’s expansive color display, and the main mixer functions can be edited offline. Phantom power is switchable in 4-channel groups. A total of 44 presets include reverb, delay, chorus, and distortion programs.
VCM effects are capable of capturing subtleties that simple digital simulations cannot even approach, going beyond simple simulation and delivering the truly musical performance that makes classic analog gear invaluable even in today’s digital production environment. This compressor and EQ effects faithfully captures the unique saturation effect of analog circuitry. All models deliver dense, warm reverb that does not interfere with the natural timbre of the source.
01V96i | Mixers | Products | Yamaha
A large x pixel LCD display clearly displays parameters and metering. In conjunction with upgrades to other Yamaha digital production consoles, Version 2 Firmware for the 01V96 has yamaua made available as a free download.
The bus and auxiliary faders are provided in a third layer, and a fourth “remote” layer is provided for external device control. A variety of other enhancements include Add-on Effect support, multiple windows, and improved overall operability through shortcuts, keyboard operations, drag and drop, and using the console’s User Defined Keys to remotely open and close p1v96. Physical keys are provided for scene store and recall for fast, efficient scene management. Nowadays they can deliver remarkable quality and flexibility at low cost, as proved by a new Yamaha broadcast installation for the Telegraaf Media Groep TMG in Amsterdam.