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Yamaha O1V96

Discussion in 'Recording' started by bbender3, Jul 25, 2007.

  1. bbender3

    bbender3 Guest

    Hello, Im new here and to Recording. I have recently purchased a Yamaha O1V96 and Alesis HD24. I haven't got much further than setting up different input and out put patches, and playing back some pre-recorded stuff from previous sessions. I have ALOT to learn , and thought this would be a great place to do it. So , If yall have any suggestions whatsoever, please share them with me. In the meantime, Im sure I will be running across many "bumps", and will be asking for some help. From what Ive read so far, there seems to be some very knowledgeable folks on here. Look forward to learning from all of you.

    Shannon
     
  2. Cucco

    Cucco Distinguished Member

    Welcome bbender3!

    The good news is, this is a pretty common combination. If you do a search on 01v96 and HD24, you'll get several topics that are very helpful.

    Cheers!

    Jeremy
     
  3. Boswell

    Boswell Moderator Distinguished Member

    Welcome to the forum! You will find lots of folks here who can answer specific questions about your gear, but it's hard to give general answers when we don't know what your problems are. Go ahead and experiment, see what you can achieve, and post questions when you get stuck.

    I hope you have the MY16-AT expansion board for the 01V96. One tip: enable the 01V96 digital direct outs for each channel by selecting D in the routing menu (see 01V96 manual p86) and then patch them (p125).

    BTW, does your handle mean you have a vintage Telecaster with the Parsons/White B-bender?
     
  4. bbender3

    bbender3 Guest

    BTW, does your handle mean you have a vintage Telecaster with the Parsons/White B-bender?

    Sorry Boswell it took me so long to repost. To answer your question, Yes that is the reason for the handle.

    I hope you have the MY16-AT expansion board for the 01V96. One tip: enable the 01V96 digital direct outs for each channel by selecting D in the routing menu (see 01V96 manual p86) and then patch them (p125).

    Yeah I got that expansion card and all the routing is setup. Thanks for your input. The onboard effects are what Im dealing with now. This is all very new to me. If you have any hints , I will listen. :wink: Thanks Again.
     
  5. Boswell

    Boswell Moderator Distinguished Member

    Lots of ways of using the built-in effects on the 01V96. Take care with the mono in to stereo out effects - you need to bring those back into the mix using the stereo input channels and those funny rotary knobs. If you feed the effects from auxes, you can either set the aux send to be post-fader on those channels so the effect levels track the dry levels, or you can use the wet/dry percentage control in the effect itself. Effects applied to channels that are panned well off centre need careful mixing back in for the result to sound right.

    Keep on experimenting, and come back with any specific troubles.

    PS if you use the "quote" button on these forum replies, the board automatically generates a quote box that you can edit and then append your response.
     
  6. AwedOne

    AwedOne Guest

    Boswell, is this advice specific to the 01V96, or does it hold true in general for all mixing?

    Bill
     
  7. Boswell

    Boswell Moderator Distinguished Member

    The bit about the wet/dry levels was about the 01V96, but would apply to any mixer in which there are several different ways of patching in effects. The panning of mono-in stereo-out effects is something that needs care with any setup.
     
  8. AwedOne

    AwedOne Guest

    Thanks Boswell. I'll keep that in mind.
     
  9. cfaalm

    cfaalm Active Member

    There is also a 01v96 yahoo group. I think it's a wonderful machine for its money. Good luck!
     
  10. bbender3

    bbender3 Guest

    HELP HELP HELP.

    I had the channels routed as follows just for 16 schannells of recording and 16 channels of playback.

    1-16 playback
    17-32 record to HD24.

    I synch'd the wrong way from the computer, and ITS GONE !!!!

    can someone help me get it back please.
     
  11. bbender3

    bbender3 Guest

    nevermind. I am just stupid. I got it.
     

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