Output eq library screen – Yamaha DSP5D User Manual
OUTPUT EQ function
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A EQ graph
This mini-graph shows the approximate EQ response
for each output channel.
When you click the graph at which the cursor is cur-
rently located, the EQ PARAM screen for that channel
In this screen you can drag and drop the mini-graph
from the desired channel to copy its EQ settings.
(When you drag and drop the mini-graph, a message
will ask you to confirm the copy operation.)
You can also copy EQ settings between the MIX 1-24
screen and the MATRIX/STEREO screen. First drag the
mini-graph over the MIX 1-24 tab or MATRIX/STE-
REO tab in the screen (the screen will switch). Then
drag and drop the mini-graph onto the desired chan-
nel, and a message will ask you to confirm the copy
You can also copy settings between the eight-band EQ
of a MIX channel or STEREO A/B channel and the
four-band EQ of a MATRIX channel. In this case, only
the LOWER four bands will be copied for MIX chan-
nels or STEREO A/B channels.
B EQ ON/OFF (EQ on/off)
Turns the EQ on/off for that channel. This is linked for
This is the number and name of the channel you are
editing. Two paired channels are indicated by a heart
symbol displayed between them.
D Level meter
This meter indicates the peak level after EQ. If the sig-
nal clips, the OVER segment will light.
Here you can recall, store, rename, or delete items in the
output EQ library.
When you click this button, the EQ PARAM screen for
the currently selected output channel will appear.
B Channel selection
Select the channel that you want to edit.
C EQ graph for the selected channel
This graph shows the approximate response of the EQ
for the currently selected channel.
D Level meter
These meters indicate the peak levels before EQ and
after EQ. If the signal clips before EQ, the OVER seg-
ment will light.
OUTPUT EQ LIBRARY screen
OUTPUT EQ LIBRARY