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MR-8HD Owner’s Manual (Basic operations)
<Tip>: By sliding up or down the MR-8HD
[MASTER] fader gradually, you can fade in
or fade out recording.
3) Adjust the recording level of the master recorder
while rehearsing mixdown.
See the manual of the master recorder for
details about how to adjust the recording level.
4) After rehearsing mixdown and adjusting the
recording level, locate the MR-8HD to the
beginning of the song.
5) Start the master recorder recording and then start
the MR-8HD playing back.
6) After finishing recording, stop both recorders.
1) Connect the [STEREO OUT (L, R)] connectors of
the MR-8HD to the input connectors of an
analog master recorder.
2) While playing back the MR-8HD, rehearse mixing
down the recorded sounds by adjusting the level
and panning of each track, applying effects to
tracks 1 through 4 and applying the mastering
effects to the L/R stereo mix, etc.
The output levels from the [STEREO OUT (L,
R)] connectors can be controlled by the
[MASTER] fader.
Adjust the levels appropriately so that the
highest segments of L and R meters do not light.
See "Using effects" on page 57 for details about
the delay/reverb and mastering effects.
You can also mix sound sources connected to
[INPUT A] through [INPUT D] during mixdown.
See page 73 for details.
The following describes how to make mixdown recording to an external analog recorder.
MIN MAX LINE MIC LINE MIC LINE MIC LINE MIC
PHONES VOL
L
STEREO OUT
R
2
PHONES
1
MAXMIN
BAL
BALBAL
TRIM
UNBAL
PEAK
TRIM
UNBAL
PEAK
TRIM
UNBAL
PEAK
PEAK
DISTORTION
GUITAR
/GUITAR
INPUT A SELECT
INSERT
BAL
UNBAL
TRIM
INPUT A INPUT B INPUT C INPUT D
ON/
OFF
POWER
TO STEREO BUSS
DIGITAL MULTITRACKER
ON/
OFF
ON/
OFF
ON/
OFF
Analog master recorder
MR-8HD
This section describes basic mixdown which is the final process of multitrack recording. Mixdown
mixes recorded materials on tracks 1 through 8 down to stereo. The mixdowned material can be
recorded to an external master recorder.
The MR-8HD is equipped with the [DIGITAL OUT] connector, so you can record a mixdowned
signal to a digital master recorder (DAT, MD, etc.) which can accept an S/P DIF digital signal in
digital domain. With the MR-8HD, you can also record a mixdowned signal internally to a new
song of the MR-8HD using the track bouncing function, without the need of an external master
recorder (see "Track bouncing" described later).
Mixdown to an analog recorder
[STEREO OUT L, R]
Track 1 (Playback)
Mastering effects
STEREO OUT (R)
Mixing
STEREO OUT (L)
D/A
DIGITAL OUT
Delay or Reverb
Analog signals
Digital signal
Track 2 (Playback)
Track 3 (Playback)
Track 4 (Playback)
Track 5 (Playback)
Track 6 (Playback)
Track 7 (Playback)
Track 8 (Playback)
Basic mixdown
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