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yamaha CBX-D5 (1992) 4 track digital recorder
« on: December 12, 2014, 12:51:31 AM »

yamaha cbx-d5 (1992) 4 track digital recorder
originally intended to be usd with either an atari or a macintosh computer
but later compatible with ibm setups aswell

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The CBX-D5 is controlled by a computer that is running CBX-D5 supporting software.
All audio data processing takes place inside the CBX-D5, so there is very little demand on
the controlling computer. For this reason the CBX-D5 can be used with some of the less
powerful, less expensive computers such as the Apple Macintosh SE/30, Classic II, and
LC; and the Atari ST/STE. It also leaves the computer free to get on with other jobs such
as processing MIDI sequence data and screen updates.
The CBX-D5, computer, and hard disk are all connected as part of a SCSI daisy chain. The
SCSI connection carries audio data between the CBX-D5 and hard disk for recording and
playback, and also control data from the computer to the CBX-D5. A MIDI connection
between the CBX-D5 and computer carries continuous controller information for
real-time volume, EQ, and pan control of the CBX-D5’s digital mixer.

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YAMAHA CBX-D5 DIGITAL RECORDER
Yamaha CBX-D5 Digital Recorder
While other hard-disk recording systems waxed and waned, Yamaha quietly and industriously developed their own 4-track system. Now the CBX-D5 is almost upon us, have Yamaha taken heed of the lessons of the marketplace? Mike Barnes finds out in this exclusive preview.





manual:
http://download.yamaha.com/api/asset/file/?language=hu&site=hu.yamaha.com&asset_id=2571

mac soundmgr:
http://macos9lives.com/smforum/index.php?topic=624.0

windows drivers: V1.85 for Windows Me/98/95 V2.00 for Windows XP/2000/NT4.0
http://web.archive.org/web/20030411093807/http://www.yamaha-xg.com/utility/index.html

connected to atari for use with cubase


connected to mac for use with digital performer

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Re: yamaha CBX-D5 (1992) 4 track digital recorder
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