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All other trademarks and registered trademarks are the property of their respective owners. Contents Copying a V-take. Moving a V-take. Exchanging V-takes. Contents Creating an audio CD. Creating an audio CD by album. Using the marker function to separate tracks. Including a playlist in an album. This manual covers both the HD8 and the HD16 model. Keep this manual in a safe place together with the warranty card. Allows creating an audio CD or backing up recorded contents.
The following diagram shows the relationship and signal flow between each section. These effects which can be used simultaneously have the characteristics described below.
Connections Connect your instrument, microphone, audio devices, computer, and MIDI devices as shown in the following diagram. Synthesizer or sampler etc. L R Monitor system audio components or amplified speakers etc. Connections 4 Synthesizer or sampler etc. L Monitor system audio components or amplified speakers etc.
You can therefore also use it as a second headphone jack. Before installing the drive, make sure that all cables and the AC adapter are disconnected. To remove the blank panel, pull out the groove in the center.
Then reattach the bottom plate with the screws removed in step 2. Turning power on 1. For information on connections, refer to page 16, At this time, the volume setting of the connected instrument and monitor system should be minimum. To listen to it, proceed as follows. A project encompasses recorded audio data, rhythm and effect settings, and other information. When you load a project, the complete state in which that song was saved will be reproduced. To load a demo song project from the hard disk, proceed as follows.
A track for which the status key is lit in red is in the recording standby condition. This creates a new project and activates the recording standby condition.
Operate the fader for track 1 to adjust the input signal monitor level. Connect an instrument or microphone and follow the instructions below to get a feel for what the unit can do.
This Quick Tour describes the five steps that cover the entire process of recording tracks and completing a song. Rhythm pattern name PTN 0 08Beat01 1 1. Quick Tour 5. To change the tempo, press the [TEMPO] key in the rhythm section to bring up the tempo indication on the display, and then turn the dial to change the value. Step 2: Recording the first track In this step, you record the first track while listening to the guide rhythm of the rhythm section.
As an example we describe how to record an electric guitar on track 1 with the insert effect. Quick Tour 4. Set the level so that the [CLIP] indicator does not light during play peaks. The level meter for that track now shows the recording level. Quick Tour second line of the display also changes. You can edit these patches if desired to alter the sound or the effect depth. The patches available for each algorithm are listed below.
Quick Tour 2. Moves the current position forward in 1-second steps. Starts recorder playback from the current position. If the key is lit in red, the fader adjusts the bass track. The display shows the selected parameter. Turn the parameter knob for the track whose parameter value you want to adjust. The display switches to the track that is being adjusted, and the value of the track parameter selected in step 2 changes.
Quick Tour in the same way. To return to the main screen, press the [EXIT] key. Quick Tour 6. While playing the song, turn the parameter knob to adjust the send level value for each track. Quick Tour Step 5: Mixdown When the mix is ready, you can transfer it onto two tracks to create the finished song. The master track is a dedicated pair of stereo tracks that is separate from the normal audio tracks.
While playing the song, turn the dial to select the patch. NOTE If the signal sounds distorted when the mastering effect is applied, make sure that there is no distortion in the playback sound of individual tracks, and lower all fader settings as necessary. When you have verified that the sound is as desired, press the [EXIT] key.
The unit returns to the main screen. Reference [Recorder] This chapter explains the functions and operation steps of the recorder section. For each track, you can select one such take, which will be used for recording and playback. For example, you can switch V-takes as you record multiple vocal or guitar solos on the same track, and later compare them and select the best V-take.
Reference [Recorder] When you press a pad or key, the character is inserted and subsequent characters move one position to the right.
To clear the old name first, press the [EDIT] key repeatedly until all characters are erased, and then start the input procedure. This is useful to listen to the same section repeatedly, for example during practice.
This is convenient to accurately find the point at which a specific sound starts or stops. Reference [Recorder] before the In point. In this case, use the locate function once again to go to a point that is earlier than the In point.
The recorder will begin playing. Reference [Recorder] Master track mixdown steps Playback of the master track starts. If required, refer to page 36 and select the desired V-take for the master track. Reference [Recorder] 1. The display indication changes as follows. Rec Source Master In this condition, you can select the recording source signal.
The following choices are available. Reference [Recorder] 6. Set the recording level as high as possible, but avoid settings that cause the [CLIP] indicator to light. In the recording standby condition status key lit in red , the level of the input signal can be checked with the respective level meter. Reference [Recorder] 2. Press the [MARK] key in the control section. A mark will be assigned to the current location.
The second line of the display always shows the number of the mark at the current point or the closest preceding mark. Reference [Recorder] Making settings for pre-count operation The current pre-count volume is shown. Volume 15 In the default condition of a project, a pre-count of four beats is heard before the start of recording. The number of beats and the pre-count volume can be changed as follows.
Reference [Track Editing] This section explains how to edit audio data contained on the audio tracks or the master track. There are two major types of editing functions: specifying a range within a track for editing, and editing an entire V-take. Editing a range of data The procedure for specifying a range within a track and then performing an editing action is explained below.
Basic steps for range editing When performing editing for a specified range of data, some steps are similar for each action. Reference [Track Editing] editing target will also be a single track. The currently selected V-take for each track will be the target.
The subsequent steps will differ, depending on which command was selected in step 4. Reference [Track Editing] 7. Specify the copy destination start point in the same way as for the copy source, and press the [ENTER] key. When the copy operation is completed, the unit returns to the track edit menu. Reference [Track Editing] The second line of the display now lets you specify the erase range end point.
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