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MR-8HD Owner’s Manual (Part editing)
Part editing
This chapter describes how to edit a "part" (*) of recorded song.
You can edit data of a track or tracks between the "LOCATE A" and
"LOCATE B" points. Part editing does not consume the hard disk
space. Therefore, the remaining space of the disk does not change
by executing part editing.
<Undo/redo of editing>
You can undo part editing. By pressing the [UNDO/REDO] key after executing
part editing, the song returns to the original condition before editing.
By pressing the [UNDO/REDO] key after undoing part editing, you can again
return the song to the condition after being edited.
<Notes>
Also note that if you carry out any of the following after
editing, you cannot undo the editing anymore.
1. Making new recording
2. Making new editing
3. Turning off the power
4. Loading another song
UNDO/REDO
DELETE
[UNDO/REDO] key
<(*) About "part">
A "part" is defined as audio data between the "LOCATE A" and "LOCATE B"
points. You can edit a "part" as described later.
Therefore, before carrying out part editing, the "LOCATE A" and "LOCATE B"
points must be set. See page 49 for details about how to set these points.
You can set these points after entering the part editing mode (see the next
page for details).
<Notes>
While a menu screen is shown, you can go up the menu screen level or di-
rectly exit the menu mode by the following operations.
(1) Select “<< Back” on a menu screen and press the [MENU/ENTER] knob.
The display returns to the previous (upper level) screen. Repeating
this operation finally exits the menu mode.
(2) Press the [REWIND] key.
The display returns to the previous (upper level) screen.
Repeating this operation finally exits the menu mode.
(2) Press the [STOP] key.
The menu mode exits and the display shows the home screen.
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