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User Manual for OPCODE STUDIO 4

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  • Copyright part, be coStudio 4

    Opcode Systems, Inc.365 East Middlefield RoadMountain View, CA 94043

    (650) 429-2400

    http://www.opcode.com

    Opcode Part Number: 110-0222-01

    1995 Opcode Systems, Inc. All rights reserved. This document may not, in whole or pied, photocopied, reproduced, translated or converted to any electronic or machine

    readable form without prior consent of Opcode Systems, Inc.

  • LIMITED WARRANTY

    Opcode Systems, Inc. warrants the Studio 4 against defects in materials and workmanship for a period of one (1) year from the date of original retail purchase.

    If you discoOpcode Sysobtain a RetNumber (noproduct retuIf the produplease attacnumber, a dcopy of the chase. WritAuthorizatiooutside of thUpon receivSystems, Inreplace, or rproduct.

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    All implied ranties of mparticular pone (1) yearpurchase ofremedies selieu of all otimplied.

    Opcode Systems, Inc. is not responsible for special, incidental, or consequential damages resulting from any breach of warranty, or under any legal theory, including lost profits, downtime, good-will, damage to or replace-ment of equipment and property.ver a defect, first write or call tems, Inc. at (415) 856-3333 to urn Merchandise Authorization service will be performed on any rned without prior authorization).

    ct needs to be returned to Opcode, h your name, address, telephone escription of the problem, and a dated bill of sale as proof of pur-e the Return Merchandise n (RMA) Number clearly on the e package and all correspondence. ing the returned product, Opcode c. will then, at its option, repair, efund the purchase price of the

    ty applies only to the Studio 4; ware is warranted separately.

    ty does not apply if the product has ed by accident, abuse, misuse, or on, or has been modified without permission of Opcode Systems,

    warranties, including implied war-erchantability and fitness for a urpose, are limited in duration to from the original date of retail this product. The warranty and t forth above are exclusive and in hers, oral or written, express or

    Some statestation of impincidental oabove limitayou. This wrights, and ywhich vary

    Except to thimplied warInc. in connware are limfrom the daranties, wheapply to this

    Opcode Sysrepresentatrespect to thual. This sopurchaser aquality and stances shafor any lossor incidentato use this p

    Some stateslong an impor limitationdamages, sosions may n do not allow the exclusion or limi-lied warranties or liability for

    r consequential damages, so the tion or exclusion may not apply to arranty gives you specific legal ou may also have other rights

    from state to state.

    e extent prohibited by law, all ranties made by Opcode Systems, ection with this manual and soft-ited in duration to ninety (90) days

    te of original purchase, and no war-ther express or implied, shall product after said period.

    tems, Inc. makes no warranty or ion, either express or implied, with e software described in this man-

    ftware is sold as is. The ssumes the entire risk as to its performance. Under no circum-ll Opcode Systems, Inc. be liable or damage, direct, consequential, l, arising out of the use or inability roduct.

    do not allow limitations on how lied warranty lasts or the exclusion of incidental or consequential the above limitations or exclu-ot apply to you.

  • COPYRIGHT

    This software and manual are copyrighted 1995 by Opcode Systems, Inc. with all rights reserved. The software or manual may not be copied, in whole or part, without the express written consent of Opcode Systems, Inc. except for thbackup copprohibited.

    This softwaStates Copyprovisions. user this licThe Studio with the Stumay be usedtime. If you ware or harguide first. Cpurchased tlocal source

    If you still htems, Inc. T3331. See th

    WARNING

    NOTE: Thisand found toB digital devRules. Thesreasonable ence in resiequipment uquency eneaccordanceharmful inteHowever, thence will no

    If this equipment does cause interference to radio or television equipment reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to cor-rect the interference by one or more of the following measures:

    e original purchaser to make ies. Unauthorized duplication is

    re is protected by both United right Law and International Treaty Opcode Systems, Inc. grants the ense, and use confirms agreement. 4 and OMS software may be used dio 4 by any number of users, and on more than one computer at a

    have any problems with the soft-dware, please consult the users

    onsult the dealer from which you he Studio 4, as they are your best of assistance.

    ave a problem, call Opcode Sys-echnical Support Line at (415) 856-e Studio 4 manual for details.

    equipment has been type tested comply with the limits for a Class ice, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC e limits are designed to provide protection against harmful interfer-dential installations. This ses, and can radiate radio fre-

    rgy, and if not installed and used in with the instructions, may cause rference to radio communications. ere is no guarantee that interfer-t occur in a particular installation.

    Reorient o

    Move the

    Plug the ecuit differenpowered.

    If necessarydealer or annician for ad

    CAUTION: with Class Bterminals, pthis equipmeface cables.

    Finally, anyequipment bby the granusers autho

    ACKNOWL

    Studio 4 mason and Jon

    OMS, OMSStudio 4 Drr relocate the receiving antenna

    equipment away from the receiver

    quipment into an outlet on a cir-t from that to which the receiver is

    , the user should consult the experienced radio/television tech-ditional suggestions.

    Only equipment certified to comply (computer input/output devices, rinters, etc.) should be attached to nt, and must have shielded inter-

    changes or modifications to the y the user not expressly approved

    tee or manufacturer could void the rity to operate such equipment.

    EDGEMENTS

    nual written by Gregory A. Simp- Drukman.

    Setup, Studio Patches Editor, and iver by Doug Wyatt.

  • Studio 4 M

    TABLE OF CONTENTS

    PART 1: Overview and Installation 1

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    R 1: Getting Started 3

    Overview of the Studio 4...................................................................... 3How to Read this Manual .................................................................... 3The Studio 4 Package .......................................................................... 4Registering Your Studio 4 ................................................................... 4Timecode Basics .................................................................................. 5

    R 2: Panel Descriptions 7

    The Studio 4 Front Panel..................................................................... 7The Studio 4 Rear Panel ...................................................................... 8About the Interface Cables................................................................ 10

    R 3: Hardware Installation 11

    Power Connection .............................................................................. 11Computer ConnectionsOne Studio 4............................................ 11Computer ConnectionsNetworking ............................................. 13SMPTE Connections.......................................................................... 16MIDI Connections.............................................................................. 17

    R 4: Software Installation and Setup 19

    Installing OMS and the Studio 4 Software....................................... 19Launching the OMS Setup Application............................................ 20Studio 4 Icons in a Studio Setup Document .................................... 22Renaming Studio 4's........................................................................... 24Other Icons in a Studio Setup Document ........................................ 25

  • Table of Contents

    ii

    PART 2: Using The Studio 4 27

    CHAPTER 5: Introduction 29

    Using the Studio 4 with OMS-Compatible Applications................. 29Using the Studio 4 with Non-OMS Applications ............................. 30

    CHAPTER

    CHAPTER

    CHAPTER

    CHAPTER

    Opcode Systems, Inc.

    Studio 4Macintosh Communication Speed ................................ 30The Studio 4 Menu............................................................................. 31

    6: Network Routing Window 33

    When To Use The Network Routing Window ................................ 33Window Overview .............................................................................. 33Setting the MIDI Inputs..................................................................... 35Setting the MIDI Outputs.................................................................. 36

    7: Routing, Channelizing and Muting Window 39

    When to use the Routing, Channelizing and Muting Window...... 39Window Overview .............................................................................. 40MIDI Muting ...................................................................................... 42MIDI Channelizing ............................................................................ 44MIDI Routing...................................................................................... 45Timecode Routing .............................................................................. 48MIDI Beat Clock Routing.................................................................. 49Th

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