MR-8HD Owner’s Manual (Basic operations)
You can simultaneously record up to four tracks. See page 34 for the available combinations of
four recording tracks. The following describes the procedure for recording different sound sources
simultaneously to tracks 1 through 4. You can make four-track simultaneous recording with any
available track combination in the same manner.
1) Connect the following sound sources to the
[INPUT A] through [INPUT D] channels.
[INPUT A] -> Electric guitar
[INPUT B] -> Electric bass
[INPUT C] -> Microphone (vocal)
[INPUT D] -> Drum machine
Preparation for recording
MIN MAX LINE MIC LINE MIC LINE MIC LINE MIC
LOCATE REC END
LOCATE ABS ZERO
RECORD REWIND F FWD
1-6 > 7/8
1-4 > 5/6 STEREO
B / OUT
A / IN
STOREPLAY MODEAUTO PUNCH
MENU / ENTER
DYNAMIC CONDENSER TUBE
REVERB / DELAY TIME
INPUT A SELECT
INPUT A INPUT B INPUT C INPUT D
ABC1 DEF2 GHI3
PQR6 STU7 VWX8 YZ9 +-_0 DELETE
TO STEREO BUSS
INPUT A SEL
1 1 6
You can apply the amp simulation
as insert effects when the [INPUT A SEL]
switch is set to "GUIT DIST" (see page 58).
If you connect a condenser micro-
phone to the [BAL] XLR connector of the [IN-
PUT C] channel, you can supply the phan-
tom power to the microphone (see page
2) Set the [INPUT A SEL] switch to "GUIT DIST".
You can add distortion of the internal effects
to your guitar sound.
3) Press the [REC SELECT] key for tracks 1 through
Tracks 1 through 4 are record armed and the
[REC SELECT] keys for tracks 1 through 4 start
On the home screen, track numbers "1"
through "4" changes to "A" through "D"
respectively, showing that each input is
assigned to the appropriate track.
The remaining time of the hard disk is shown.
4) Set the track faders 1 through 4 and [MASTER]
fader to the nominal position (marked by ).
Raising these faders allows you to monitor the
input sound. If these faders are not raised, you
cannot monitor the sound via headphones.
Recording onto four tracks simultaneously