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PostPosted: Wed Jan 05, 2005 4:00 am 
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Sometime ago, there was a website or post that would explain using EFFECTS.

Well, what I did, a couple weeks ago, was I called Yamaha, asking them, for a specific book, that would describe how to use the DYN and EFF's correctly, cause the manual and DVDsucks.....and they told me that:

The AW16G Closely resembles the 01V.

so PLEASE GO TO THE FOLLOWING:

http://www.c-mexx.com/english/frameset.htm
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click on Tutorials, documentation and support files
FROM THERE CLICK ON:
01V DOC/PDF supplements (450KB)

That should be a thorough explanation....as to using DYN/EFFS properly.....

I sincerely hope it helps you out.....

P.S. DON't be afraid to download the other documentations.....since anything close to the 01V will closely match the 16G......hopefully......JUST DON'T DOWNLOAD ANY PROGRAMS.....ONLY DOCUMENTATIONS/README FOR THE 01V...... Haven't done this yet.......hopefully will.......

been so busy.....

Take care......Mitch.....

I hope you have plenty of printing paper and ink! :lol:
...just a small token of my appreciation to help out this forum...I want to be "in" with the "in-crowd"... :wink: :lol:

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PostPosted: Fri Jan 21, 2005 4:19 am 
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Hey Mitch, this is a fantastic find! I downloaded the whole ting and intend to use it well. Thanks for finding this!
-pj

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PostPosted: Sat Jan 22, 2005 5:55 am 
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MitchM2004 wrote:
The AW16G Closely resembles the 01V.

Do you mean the 01X?


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The download I got was material for the "OIV" , it ended up being over 100 pages of incredible stuff. Not sure what the site was actually called, I just used the info from your earlier post to get there. It's great stuff and written in an almost conversational style which I found very very easy to follow.
Thanks again
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No Problem!

Sorry it was late that night..., so it coulda been the 01X or the 01V... :wink: :lol:

Main thing is....that document helps!!!
Need 2 find more stuff like that, that even I can understand!!! :P

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Dude...you rock.

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What a find Mitch! Why didn't they include that in the manual we got.

5 mrskygod stars for that one bro!

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This looks interesting, but I don't know how to open this file. I tried Adobe, but it did not work. It seems to be some kind of zip file, and I don't know what you need to open them.


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CareyCorson wrote:
This looks interesting, but I don't know how to open this file. I tried Adobe, but it did not work. It seems to be some kind of zip file, and I don't know what you need to open them.


Hi Carey, welcome to the forum. I believe it's a pdf so it should work with adove acrobat reader. Maybe your version of the acrobat reader is too old?

It could be anything, but this is what pops into my mind first. I hope it helps.

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Thanks, I have version 6 of Adobe Acrobat, and that seems to be the latest version. I think it's because it's a zip file (the Adobe message says it is either not a supported file type or the file has been corrupted- wasn't properly decoded) I also tried opening it with Word, but to no avail. Ah well. When you opened the file, was it a .zip file?


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Welcome to you Carey. I just opened the files with no problem and yes, they are some kind of zipped file. My PC unzipped them automatically when I downloaded them, and gave me .pdf and Word versions to choose from. Sorry, that doesn't help you open them, but does confirm your suspician of a zipped file. Perhaps someone more computer savvy will come along.


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JM wrote:
Perhaps someone more computer savvy will come along.


And I'm very much interested what is going on.

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Yes, it is a zipped file. Do you have winzip installed on your computer?

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No, I don't believe I do have that on my computer. I guess I will go on over to Windows, and see if I can get winzip there (sounds like a windows program, no?)


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Eureka. I went to winzip site, got the evaluation download, and presto, chango, I have the document, in Acrobat, and it does look like a boatload of information. Thank you VERY MUCH.


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MitchM2009 wrote:
Sometime ago, there was a website or post that would explain using EFFECTS. Well, what I did, a couple weeks ago, was I called Yamaha, asking them, for a specific book, that would describe how to use the DYN and EFF's correctly, cause the manual and DVDsucks.....and they told me that: The AW16G Closely resembles the 01V. so PLEASE GO TO THE FOLLOWING: http://www.c-mexx.com/english/frameset.htm
THEN click on Tutorials, documentation and support files
FROM THERE CLICK ON: 01V DOC/PDF supplements (450KB)


i may be responding to this post late, however, this is a good read and have had this PDF in my library for quite some time.

as for the 01V... now that i am using LogicPro8 i was, "delighted" to see 01V96 as a choice for remote controller for LogicStudio. American Musical Supply [still] are selling 01V96VCM for $2400 or 5 payments of $480 and I personally find this very exciting! although i will record, mix and master at least ONE CD before growing out of 01X, there are features of the 01V96VCM v2 that appeal to me, including group busses 1-8 that can be used for surround mixing. albeit the 02R surely manages dedicated surround mixing but 02R is also $10 grand, not $2400 dollars. the DSP7 LSI which empowers the VCM FX appeals to me as well as having onboard DM2000 mic pres. seems like a ton of bang-for-your-buck for an I/O and mixing console also mLAN_Logic compatible!!

Q: Are there sonically noteable differences in a dithered-down 16-bit mix that was recorded using 192 kHz ? vs. the same mix recorded using 44 or 96 kHz? ...just curious.

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[Q: Are there sonically noteable differences in a dithered-down 16-bit mix that was recorded using 192 kHz ? vs. the same mix recorded using 44 or 96 kHz? ...just curious.


Yes.

You might find this an interesting read: http://forum.dijonstock.com/viewtopic.php?f=29&t=11561

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Thanks for the heads up on this one - just what I needed.

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