Yamaha Digital Mixers - Studio Manager
joesoundguy at gmail.com
Mon Jun 4 03:16:03 BST 2007
In short...yes. to all of those things.
I use that redmond OS because of Yamaha Studio Manager.
It is a USB Midi protocol based gui to set up and manage a yamaha
I will open studio manager,
preset the console settings (in the pc software) for a show,
Arrive and while on site upload those settings from studio manager
into the mixer,
keep it up and running during the show as I am editing and tweaking
(mixing) the show on the mixer,
save the scene to the mixer and the PC,
do it again the next day or edit it on the bus as changes or guest
performers are added.
Since consoles have different drivers it's seems only fair to mention
I most use DM 1000, DM 2000, PM5D.
I'd love any support making this all happen under linux. I'm of
course using ubuntu studio.
On 6/2/07, Vedran Vucic <vedran.vucic at gmail.com> wrote:
> It is great that you are interested in Linux audio and MIDI aplications.
> Please try to be clear a bit more.
> Do you want someone to help you get those applications running on your
> Do you want someone to help you get those applications (MIDI) to control
> your mixing consoles?
> Do you want somone to help you create how-to specific for your work?
> With best wishes,
> vedran Vucic
> On 6/2/07, joe atanacio <joesoundguy at gmail.com> wrote:
> > I am a live audio engineer and use the digital Yamaha mixers often
> > (DM2000 / PM5D / M7CL). I would LOVE to get past that other OS and
> > use Yamaha Studio Manager in linux (ubuntu studio) for my console
> > set-up & prep. I was wondering if anyone has a reliable way to run
> > these apps for folks like me?
> > --
> > Joe
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