Yamaha Dugan-MY16 Controller Card

Yamaha Dugan-MY16

Automatic Mixing Controller Card

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 Yamaha Dugan-MY16 Automatic Mixing Controller Card

Yamaha Dugan-MY16 Controller Card
Product Code:
DUGANMY16
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• Automatic detection of active mics with automatic control of individual channel and overall gain.
• No speech cutoff due to late fader activation, for smooth, uninterrupted sound.
• Effective background noise and feedback suppression without the need for noise-gate type
• Easy setup: simply insert on the appropriate mixer input channels and raise the faders.
• One card provides automatic mixing for up to 16 channels at 48 kHz, or 8 channels at 96 kHz.
• Up to 8 cards can be used simultaneously to handle up to 128 channels at 48 kHz,
• Channels can be grouped to make up to three independent automatic mixers.
• Can also function as an 8-channel auto-mixer + 8-channel ADAT interface.
• Dugan Control Panel software application provides remote control and level monitoring capability.

The Dugan-MY16 is an automatic mixing card for Yamaha digital mixers that employs advanced technology from Dan Dugan Sound Design. When multiple microphone inputs need to be mixed without a script or pre-planned gain changes, the Dugan-MY16 canautomatically optimize gain distribution over multiple faders so that the engineer is free to concentrate on the quality of the mix,rather than being chained to the faders. It’s almost like having a talented assistant engineer keeping track of fader levels, lightening the overall workload and maximizing efficiency.

Dugan-MY16 Gain Control Operation
The Dugan-MY16 uses the innovative Dugan Speech System™ to control gain, distributing microphone gain across the entire system in order to retain the natural ambience of a single microphone. This remarkable system achieves automatic mixing without distracting level changes, inconsistent ambience, or other problems associated with automatic mixing using noise gates.
The illustration shows the input and gain levels for three microphone inputs.
 
System Example
-Setup is accomplished by simply inserting the Dugan processor into the appropriate input channels of the mixer (post-fader insert recommended) and raising the corresponding channel faders.

-The Dugan Control Panel software is a JAVA application that runs on Windows and Mac computers, providing remote control and level monitoring for the Dugan-MY16.
   

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No one speaking
When nobody is speaking all input levels are low and the gain levels are equal. The microphones are not muted. The gain is equally distributed between them.
   

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One speaker
When one person is speaking the gain of the corre sponding microphoneis instantaneously raised to 0 dB while the gain of t he o ther t wo m icrophones is lowered. The same occurs in any channel when only one person is speaking.
   

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Multiple speakers
When two people speak at the same time the gain is equally distributed between the two active microphones so that the total gain remains constant, and the gain of the remaining microphone is lowered.
   
Dan Dugan Sound Design
Dan Dugan Sound Design specializes in automatic mixing technology, with automatic mixer inventor Mr. Dan Dugan at the helm. Initially licensed by the Altec company for their automatic mixers, the unique algorithm of the Dugan Speech System™ is now being made available in high-performance automatic mixing systems under the Dan Dugan Sound Design brand. Dan Dugan products have become standards in broadcast studios, conferences, and houses of worship in the United States, prized for their outstanding performance and reliability.
Operating Modes Standard: 16 channels of Dugan mixing at 44.1 or 48kHz, ADAT connectors link multiple Dugan units
High-rate: 8 channels of Dugan mixing at 88.2 or 96kHz sample rate, ADAT connectors link multiple Dugan units
Shared: 8 channels of Dugan mixing and 8 channels of general purpose ADAT I/O
Digital I/O ADAT optical, 24 bit, 44.2/48kHz (Shared mode only)
Gain Unity
Audio Latency 0.2ms
Optical Linking Up to 8 units may be linked in a ring; links with Models D-2, D-3 , E, E-1 and Dugan-MY16
Connectors 10/100 BASE T: RJ-45
Linking and Digital I/O: ADAT optical
Recommended Yamaha Mixers CL5/3/1, PM5D/-RH, DSP5D, M7CL-48ES/-48/-32, LS9-32/-16, DM2000, DM1000, 02R96, 01V96/96i, DME64N/24N, MTX5-D
Dimensions H=4.0cm (1.57”)
W=12cm (4.72”)
D=17.6cm (6.91”)
Weight 160g (5.6oz)
0.6kg (1lb 5oz) in shipping box

 

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