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MR-8HD Owner’s Manual (Other functions)
While the time base is set to the bar/beat mode, if you set the "Beat resolution" item in the menu
to "On", the LOCATE A and B points are set in beat resolution.
When "Beat resolution" is set to "On", the clock digit in the bar/beat/clock value is automatically
rounded down or up, so that the clock digit is always "000".
Let's see an example when the time base is set to the bar/beat mode and the
"Beat resolution" is set to "On". If you set the LOCATE A point to "Bar 1/1 /clock
468" and the LOCATE B point to "Bar 12/ 4 /clock 485", the rounded values are
stored as below.
"Bar 1 / 1 / clock 468" -> "Bar 1 / 1 / clock 000"
(The clock value "468" is rounded down.)
"Bar 12 / 4 / clock 485" -> "Bar 3 / 1 / clock 000"
(The clock value "485" is rounded up.)
1) 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.
You can also return to the previous screen by
pressing the [REWIND] key.
2) Rotate the [MENU/ENTER] knob to select
"System", and press the [MENU/ENTER] knob.
The display now shows the first page of the
system menu screen, where "<< Back" is
highlighted.
3) Rotate the [MENU/ENTER] knob to select
" Resolution" on the second page and press
the [MENU/ENTER] knob.
The current option (by default, "Off") flashes.
You can now set the desired option.
4) Rotate the [MENU/ENTER] knob to select "On"
or "Off", and press the [MENU/ENTER] knob.
The selection is confirmed and the display
returns to the previous screen.
5) Press the [STOP] key to exit the menu mode.
Beat resolution mode on/off
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