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  • M-16DX TurboStart
  • M-16DX Workshop 01: Getting Started with the M-16DX

    This booklet introduces you to the M-16DX, providing a tour of its mixing controls and presenting some important underlying concepts. The booklet also explains how to set up the M-16DX system.

  • M-16DX Workshop 02: Inputs and Outputs on the M-16DX

    The M-16DX has an impressive variety of inputs and outputs. This booklet explains where they are, what they're for, and how to use them.

  • M-16DX Workshop 03: Basic Signal-Flow Tutorial

    In this booklet, we'll take you through the steps for getting audio from a mic into, around, and out of the M-16DX. The booklet's both a simple how-to and a detailed explanation of signal flow in the M-16DX, an important thing to understand in any mixer.

  • M-16DX Workshop 04: Live Mixing with the M-16DX

    The M-16DX makes a great compact live mixer, with killer sound and a flexibility you'll come to really appreciate at show time. This booklet takes you from setup to soundcheck to performance, with instructions, tips, and strategies.

  • M-16DX Workshop 05: Using the M-16DX with a DAW

    The M-16DX makes a great front end for a computer-based DAW (digital audio workstation) recording studio. This booklet gets you started, with explanations of universal DAW concepts. It also takes you through the downloading and installation of the necessary M-16DX drivers.

  • M-16DX Workshop 06: Using the M-16DX with SONAR LE™

    If you're a SONAR LE™ user (SONAR LE ships with the M-16DX) read the Using the M-16DX with a DAW Workshop booklet, and then read this one. It provides specific instructions for setting up SONAR LE for use with the M-16DX.

    *SONAR LE™ is a trademark of Twelve Tone Systems, Inc. Twelve Tone Systems, Inc. is not associated or affiliated with Roland in any manner.

  • M-16DX Workshop 07: Using the M-16DX with GarageBand™

    If you're an Apple™ GarageBand™ user, read the Using the M-16DX with a DAW Workshop booklet, and then read this one. It provides specific instructions for setting up GarageBand for use with the M-16DX.

    *Apple™ and GarageBand™ are trademarks of Apple Inc. Apple Inc. is not associated or affiliated with Roland in any manner.

  • M-16DX Workshop 08: Using the M-16DX with SONAR

    If you're a SONAR™ user, read the Using the M-16DX with a DAW Workshop booklet, and then read this one. It provides specific instructions for setting up SONAR for use with the M-16DX.

    *SONAR™ and SONAR LE™ are trademarks of Twelve Tone Systems, Inc. Twelve Tone Systems, Inc. is not associated or affiliated with Roland in any manner.

  • M-16DX Workshop 09: Using the M-16DX with Logic Pro™

    If you're an Apple™ Logic Pro™ user, read the Using the M-16DX with a DAW Workshop booklet, and then read this one. It provides specific instructions for setting up Logic Pro 8 for use with the M-16DX.

    *Apple™ and Logic Pro™ are trademarks of Apple Inc. Apple Inc. is not associated or affiliated with Roland in any manner.

  • M-16DX Workshop 10: Using the M-16DX with Cubase

    If you're a Cubase™ user, read the Using the M-16DX with a DAW Workshop booklet, and then read this one. It provides specific instructions for setting up Cubase for use with the M-16DX.

    * Cubase™ is a trademark of Steinberg Media Technologies, GmbH. Steinberg Media Technologies, GmbH is not associated or affiliated with Roland in any manner.

  • M-16DX Workshop 11: Using the M-16DX with Digital Performer

    If you're a Digital Performer™ user, read the Using the M-16DX with a DAW Workshop booklet, and then read this one. It provides specific instructions for setting up Performer for use with the M-16DX.

    * Performer™ is a trademark of Mark of the Unicorn, Inc. Mark of the Unicorn, Inc. is not associated or affiliated with Roland in any manner.

  • M-16DX Workshop 12: Using the M-16DX with Ableton Live

    If you're an Ableton Live™ user, read the Using the M-16DX with a DAW Workshop booklet, and then read this one. It provides specific instructions for setting up Live for use with the M-16DX.

    * Ableton Live™ is a trademark of Ableton. Ableton is not associated or affiliated with Roland in any manner.

  • M-16DX Workshop 13: M-16DX EQ

    What's a great mixer without EQ? The M-16DX supplies all the EQ you'll need for recording, live mixing, and audio/video production, and this booklet explains how to use it.

  • M-16DX Workshop 14: The M-16DX Effects

    The M-16DX contains reverb, echo, and a host of helpful insert effects. Learn how to operate and tweak them in this booklet.

  • M-16DX Workshop 15: Tuning Your Room with RAC

    One of the most innovative features of the M-16DX is its Room Acoustic Control, "RAC." RAC can automatically customize the M-16DX's output to compensate for acoustic issues in your studio or performance venue. This booklet tells you how to put RAC to work for you.

  • M-16DX Workshop 16: Using Scenes on the M-16DX

    One of the biggest advantages of a digital mixer like the M-16DX is its ability to remember your settings for you, and to recall them in a heartbeat. The M-16DX does this using its 16 "scenes." You'll learn how to create, edit, save, and recall scenes in this booklet.

  • M-16DX Workshop 17: Creating Submixes Using the Mute/Alt Bus

    The M-16DX's Mute/Alt system provides an extra stereo bus you can use for a submix when you'd like to simultaneously control an entire group of related sounds with a single set of controls. This booklet explains how to create a submix on the M-16DX.

  • M-16DX Workshop 18: Using the M-16DX's Finalize Tool

    To make your stereo mixes sound as great as possible, the M-16DX offers Finalize, which can smooth out and tighten-up your work. Learn how to use Finalize in this booklet.

  • M-16DX Workshop 19: Using the M-16DX as a DAW Controller

    With Version 2.00 and higher software, the M-16DX can act as a control surface for such popular DAWs as SONAR LE, SONAR, Logic Pro, and Live. You can control these DAWs without taking your hands off the M-16DX you're already using as their multi-channel audio interface. Here's all you need to know about how to use the M-16DX as a control surface.

    *SONAR™ and SONAR LE™ are trademarks of Twelve Tone Systems, Inc. Twelve Tone Systems, Inc. is not associated or affiliated with Roland in any manner.

    Apple™ and Logic Pro™ are trademarks of Apple Inc. Apple Inc. is not associated or affiliated with Roland in any manner.

    Live™ is a trademark of Ableton. Ableton is not associated or affiliated with Roland in any manner.

  • M-16DX Workshop 20: Using the M-16DX as an Onstage Submixer

    If you're playing in a band, the M-16DX makes a great personal onstage submixer. Learn how to get your own monitor mix as you deliver your own killer mix of your sounds to the house engineer.

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