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Yamaha 01v questions
« on: October 10, 2011, 07:15:16 pm »

Hey everyone,

I'm trying to do some things on a budget and wanted to try and use my 01v for some FX send/returns, and I was wondering if someone here could tell me the following.

- Can the Yamaha 01v be programmed to send midi program changes when recalling scenes? I want it to have a TC Electronic D-Two hooked up via midi and automatically recall presets this way.

- If not with scene recalls, can it be programmed to do so at all?

Thanks!
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Re: Yamaha 01v questions
« Reply #1 on: October 11, 2011, 10:25:33 am »

Hey everyone,

I'm trying to do some things on a budget and wanted to try and use my 01v for some FX send/returns, and I was wondering if someone here could tell me the following.

- Can the Yamaha 01v be programmed to send midi program changes when recalling scenes? I want it to have a TC Electronic D-Two hooked up via midi and automatically recall presets this way.

- If not with scene recalls, can it be programmed to do so at all?

Thanks!

Here, let me google that for you.

http://lmgtfy.com/?q=yamaha+01v+manual
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Re: Yamaha 01v questions
« Reply #2 on: October 11, 2011, 11:18:26 am »

Here, let me google that for you.

http://lmgtfy.com/?q=yamaha+01v+manual

Oh. come on, that's not fair.  I'm personally in the process of "learning" MIDI and the Yamaha mixers and it can be quite confusing.

Brad, obviously you should read around to get the general conceps straight before diving into a project, but an excellent online resource for me on these topics has been www.checkcheckonetwo.com.
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« Reply #3 on: October 11, 2011, 11:22:30 am »

Oh. come on, that's not fair.  I'm personally in the process of "learning" MIDI and the Yamaha mixers and it can be quite confusing.

Brad, obviously you should read around to get the general conceps straight before diving into a project, but an excellent online resource for me on these topics has been www.checkcheckonetwo.com.

Fair's fair......but I'm definitely not a fan of Yamahas "user manuals".  More like extended advertising and "gee-whiz"ism.  That said, the manual is always a good place to start.  Nice link.
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Re: Yamaha 01v questions
« Reply #4 on: October 11, 2011, 12:59:55 pm »

Oh. come on, that's not fair.  I'm personally in the process of "learning" MIDI and the Yamaha mixers and it can be quite confusing.

Brad, obviously you should read around to get the general conceps straight before diving into a project, but an excellent online resource for me on these topics has been www.checkcheckonetwo.com.

Maybe not, but the question was "can the 01v do this" not, "show me how to do this using xxx and xxx."

I think the 01v can send midi change signals with scene recall, but I'm not sure. I would have to read the manual to figure out if it's possible. But wait, why again am I figuring out someone else's problem?
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« Reply #5 on: October 11, 2011, 01:53:02 pm »

Maybe not, but the question was "can the 01v do this" not, "show me how to do this using xxx and xxx."

I think the 01v can send midi change signals with scene recall, but I'm not sure. I would have to read the manual to figure out if it's possible. But wait, why again am I figuring out someone else's problem?

Or maybe we could just wait for someone who has done it to confirm that it can be done.  And if no one presents themselves within a couple of days, Brad can start reading the 01v "bible".  No reason to reinvent the wheel, right?:)
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« Reply #6 on: October 11, 2011, 02:08:42 pm »

Geez, maybe someone actually done that and wouldn't mind sharing the knowledge. Or did y'all learn everything you learned but just reading about it. ""LAB Lite" - a place for small sound company operators, bands running their own PA and newbies."

If you could learn everything by reading the manual there wouldn't be a need for PSW.
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Re: Yamaha 01v questions
« Reply #7 on: October 11, 2011, 02:47:50 pm »

Hey everyone,

I'm trying to do some things on a budget and wanted to try and use my 01v for some FX send/returns, and I was wondering if someone here could tell me the following.

- Can the Yamaha 01v be programmed to send midi program changes when recalling scenes? I want it to have a TC Electronic D-Two hooked up via midi and automatically recall presets this way.

- If not with scene recalls, can it be programmed to do so at all?

Thanks!

If it's O1V96v2, page 219 in the online manual explains how to set this up very clearly.

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« Reply #8 on: October 11, 2011, 02:55:11 pm »

Geez, maybe someone actually done that and wouldn't mind sharing the knowledge. Or did y'all learn everything you learned but just reading about it. ""LAB Lite" - a place for small sound company operators, bands running their own PA and newbies."

If you could learn everything by reading the manual there wouldn't be a need for PSW.


I have never done it, and I shared the knowledge. It took about as much time as it did for you to post this.

Before there were newfangled interweb things, using the manual was standard practice.
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« Reply #9 on: October 11, 2011, 03:02:27 pm »


I have never done it, and I shared the knowledge. It took about as much time as it did for you to post this.

Before there were newfangled interweb things, using the manual was standard practice.

Google Google:

http://www.googleguide.com/
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