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MR-8HD Owner’s Manual (Track bouncing)
5) After finishing rehearsal, press the [STOP] key
to stop the recorder and locate it to the
beginning of the song.
Do not move the controls and faders after
finishing rehearsal.
1) Before carrying out actual track bouncing, make
sure that the bounce mode is selected to "1-6>7/8".
2) Press the [PLAY] key while holding down the
[RECORD] key.
Track bouncing starts with the effect/level
settings made in the rehearsal mode. The mixed
signals are recorded onto tracks 7/8.
3) After track bouncing completes, press the [STOP]
key to stop the recorder.
Stopping the recorder automatically turns off
the input monitoring mode of tracks 7/8.
1) Press the [REWIND] key while holding down the
[STOP] key to locate the recorder to the
beginning of the song.
2) Make sure that the input monitoring mode is
turned off.
3) Press the [PLAY] key to start playback from the
beginning of the song.
4) Use the [7/8] fader to control the playback level
of the bounced signals.
By playing back the recorder while the bounce
mode ("1-6 > 7/8") is active, only tracks 7/8
can be monitored. In this condition, you can
not monitor playback signals of tracks 1
through 6 even if you raise their faders.
If you want to redo track bouncing, use the
undo function to go back to the condition
before carrying out track bouncing, and try
again.
After finishing rehearsal, let's carry out ac-
tual track bouncing. Make sure that the re-
corder stops at the beginning of the song.
<Panning control>
You can freely adjust panning for tracks
1 through 4 using the PAN controls. For
example, a guitar to left, a vocal to cen-
ter, etc.
By raising the [PHONES VOL] control, you can
hear the signals bounced to tracks 7/8.
Use the [7/8] fader to control the monitor out-
put levels, and use the [MASTER] fader to ad-
just the recording levels of the bounced sig-
nals appropriately while checking meters 7/8.
You can apply the delay/reverb to tracks 1
through 4 and the mastering effects to the ste-
reo L and R signals. See "Using effects" on page
57 for details about the delay/reverb and mas-
tering effects.
You can check the bounced signals while the
bounce mode is active.
<Track bouncing while mixing signals from [INPUT
A] through [INPUT D]>
When you bounce tracks 1 through 6 to tracks
7/8, you can also mix signals from [INPUT A]
through [INPUT D] together (see page 72).
During rehearsal and actual track bouncing,
the level meters on the screen show the fol-
lowing signal levels.
Actual track bouncing
Checking the bounced signals on tracks 7/8
Playback levels of tracks 1 through 4.
Meters
1 through 4
Meters L
and R
Meters 7/8
Meters 5/6
Monitor output levels of STEREO
OUT (L, R).
Recording levels of tracks 7/8.
Recording levels of tracks 5/6.
<Exporting bounced data to a PC>
Song data bounced to tracks 7/8 can be ex-
ported to a PC.
You can use the exported data as a source when
burning an original audio CD using a CD-RW
drive, or use it with a computer's music soft-
ware.
Before exporting song data on tracks 7/8 to a
PC, you must convert the two mono WAV files
on tracks 7/8 to a stereo WAV file (see page
90).
<Auto punch in/out of track bouncing>
You can bounce only the desired part (between
the IN and OUT points) using the auto punch
in/out function (see page 74).
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