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CD-R/RW MASTER RECORDER CR500 (Names and functions)
In the MENU mode, the keys in this key group are used for
entering alphanumeric characters.
Note that the SHIFTed functions of the keys in this
key group are effective only in the MEMORY PLAY
mode.
Pressing a key in this key group brings up the screen
for setting a desired audio file (or audio track) to the
corresponding memory bank (see page 62).
Depending on the current play mode, the function dif-
fers.
• In ALL PLAY, SINGLE PLAY or PROGRAM PLAY
mode:
Pressing a key in this key group directly locates the
beginning of the audio file (or audio track) correspond-
ing to the key number.
• In MEMORY PLAY mode:
Pressing a key in this key group starts playback of the
audio file (or audio track) set to the memory bank cor-
responding to the key number (Instant start function).
8. [MEMORY/
MEMORY SET
] key
The keys in this key group have primary (unSHIFTed) and
secondary (SHIFTed) functions.
Pressing this key brings up the time edit screen and
you can edit the current time (see page 70). After
editing the time, pressing this key locates he edited
time position.
Pressing the [STOP/HOME] key (or the [EXIT/NO]
key) dismisses the time edit screen and returns to
the Home screen.
Pressing this key locates the position previously lo-
cated (see page 70).
9. [LOCATE/
EDIT TIME
] key
This key has primary (unSHIFTed) and secondary (SHIFTed)
functions.
10. [CLEAR/+10] key
This key is used when you select an audio file (or audio track)
whose number is more than 9. For example, to select "15", press
this key, followed by the [5/JKL] key (see pages 50 and 68).
This key is also used to clear the highlighted character on the
screen of the "Edit File Name" item of the "DISK UTILITY" menu
in the MENU mode (see page 89).
11. [SHIFT] key
Pressing this key turns the shift mode on or on. When on, the
indicator is lit and you can execute a SHIFTed (secondary)
function of a key which has dual functions.
The SHIFTed function of a key (if available) is labeled under
the key.
12. [EXIT/NO] key
This key has opposite functions to the [ENTER/YES] key.
It is used to cancel editing or execution.
In the MENU mode, pressing this key goes up the menu level.
Pressing this key repeatedly exits the MENU mode.
When SHIFTed:
When unSHIFTed:
When unSHIFTed:
When SHIFTed:
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