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MR-8HD Owner’s Manual (Part editing)
You can copy the desired part(s) of the selected track(s) and paste it(them) to the same time
position of the other desired track(s). The copy/paste operation of a part or parts can be made
only within the current song. You can also make the copy/paste operation of a part or parts
using another method described later in "Copying/pasting the desired part(s) (2)".
1) Load the song you want to edit.
2) Set the LOCATE A and LOCATE B points for
specifying the desired part(s) (see page 49).
You can check the part(s) by playing back
between the LOCATE A and LOCATE B points
(see page 44).
TRK 1
TRK 2
TRK 3
TRK 4
TRK 5
TRK 6
TRK 7
TRK 8
LOCATE A
point LOCATE B
point
<Note>:
You cannot copy/paste track data of a song
protected. Release the protection before making
the copy/paste operation.
4) Rotate the [MENU/ENTER] knob to select
"Part Edit >", and press the [MENU/ENTER] knob.
The display now shows the part edit menu
screen, where "<< Back" is highlighted.
<Note>:
If you want to paste the copied part(s) to
the desired time position of other track(s) other
than the position between the LOCATE A and LO-
CATE B points, use the method described later in
"Copying/pasting the desired part(s) (2)".
9) Press the [MENU/ENTER] knob.
The display now returns to the part edit menu
screen, where “Erase Part >” is highlighted.
10) Press the [STOP] key to exit the menu mode.
<Note>:
If you are not satisfied with the re-
sult, press the [UNDO/REDO] key to undo
the operation (see page 111).
8) Rotate the [MENU/ENTER] knob to move the
cursor to "[ENTER]" on the screen, and press the
[MENU/ENTER] knob.
The display shows "Please Wait", immediately
followed by "Completed" when the MR-8HD
completes erasing.
If you want to cancel the part erase operation,
move the cursor to "[CANCEL]" on the screen,
and press the [MENU/ENTER] knob.
3) While the recorder is stopped, press the
[MENU/ENTER] knob to enter the menu mode.
The display now shows the first page of the
menu selection screen, where "<< Back" is
highlighted initially (selecting "<< Back"
returns to the previous screen).
Copying/pasting the part(s)-1
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