Anyone here well-aquainted with these?I'm doing some research, but there is remarcably little to find online about these.How ancient are these? Do they sound OK?What can you actually do with these? Routing, EQ, crossover, limiting?Is the editor OK to use? I see the units have a USB connector on the front panel.I also noticed that the cascade ports are the same (crappy) connector type as on the DSP1D...any chance they are compatible?
We have 2 DME64s that we use on a the regular.They sound great.. Same as the PM series consolesWhat can't you do with it?!?! We use it like a Audio Multitool.. All the DSP you would likely need for the supported I/O, mixing, matrixing, eq, dynamics, delay..We mostly use it to interface consoles. We often load it with a Dugan , and AES/ADAT MY cards to interface with non Yamaha consoles.. You could put a Waves Soundgrid my card in it!Yes it as an A/D/A or a DA..The editor is the only way to access it.. Very minimal from panel controls make it good for people who you don't want to be able to mess around with it. The software is fairly east to control and manipulate. The cascade is on a standard SCSI port it gives you 32ch of I/o. Here is the cascade guide. http://download.yamaha.com/api/asset/file/?language=en&site=countrysite-master.prod.wsys.yamaha.com&asset_id=47420 It works with the 5d, 1d and dsp5d and the DM 1000 and 2000..Cool product!
From what I get from this page http://www.yamahaproaudio.com/global/en/about/engineer/dme64n24n/ it was released in 2000.If the DME Manager is anything like the DME Designer for DME64/24 it will take som time getting to know it, but you'll soon discover that it is powerful and easy to navigate.I'd download DME Manager (and maybe also DME Designer) and fool around with it. Gives you a good idea of what it can do.Ola
DME 32 is 64's baby brother...less I/O
Yeah, but looking at the design, color scheme, date of release, the link Ola posted, different editor, lack of network port, etc, suggests it's one generation previous - so I'm thinking the DME 32 is a lot less similar to the DME 24 and DME 64 than what the DME 24 and DME 64 are to eachother?
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