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MR-8HD Owner’s Manual (Track bouncing)
After finishing rehearsal, let's carry out actual track bouncing.
1) While the recorder is stopped, press the
[1-8 > NEW SONG] key.
The [1-8 > NEW SONG] key lights up and the
display shows the screen below.
If you execute track bouncing, press the
[MENU/ENTER] knob while holding down the
[RECORD] key. If you cancel track bouncing,
press the [STOP] key.
2) Press the [MENU/ENTER] knob while holding
down the [RECORD] key.
Track bouncing starts. The mixed (bounced)
signals are recorded to tracks 7/8 of a new
song. The screen example below shows that
tracks 1 through 8 of Song02 (whose name is
“Moonlit”) is now being bounced to tracks 7/8
of the new song (Song04). Meters 1 through 8
show the playback levels of tracks 1 through
8, while the L and R meters shows the
recording levels of tracks 7/8 of Song04.
Actual track bouncing
MIN MAX
100
LR
100
LR
100
LRRL
MIN MAX LINE MIC LINE MIC LINE MIC LINE MIC
REC SELECT
010
12345/6 MASTER
MAX
MAX
MIN
MIN
7/8
LOCATE REC END
A-B PLAY
LOCATE ABS ZERO
PLAYSTOP
RECORD REWIND F FWD
GUIDE
RHYTHM CONTRAST
1-8 >
SONG
NEW
1-6 > 7/8
1-4 > 5/6 STEREO
WAV FILE
BOUNCE
POWERFUL
MASTERING
B / OUT
A / IN
LOCATE
STOREPLAY MODEAUTO PUNCH
NATURAL BRIGHT
TIME BASE
SELECT
UNDO/REDO
7/8 >
MENU / ENTER
SIMULATION
DYNAMIC CONDENSER TUBE MIC
PAN
EFFECT
REVERB / DELAY TIME
HALL
ROOM
PLATE DELAY
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
ABC1 DEF2 GHI3
JKL4 MNO5
PQR6 STU7 VWX8 YZ9 +-_0 DELETE
TO STEREO BUSS
EFFECT SEND
DIGITAL MULTITRACKER
ON/
OFF
ON/
OFF
ON/
OFF
60'S COMBO
US METAL
BRIT STACK AMP SIMULATION
INPUT A
1
2
2
3
<Note>:
To stop track bouncing, press the
[STOP] key. Pressing the [STOP] key also
turns off the bounce mode. If you stop track
bouncing in the middle, the new song is
automatically deleted.
<Note>:
When you are going to execute track
bouncing, if there is not enough space on
the hard disk or 99 songs already exist on
the disk, a warning message appears and the
operation is canceled.
<Track bouncing while mixing signals from [INPUT
A] through [INPUT D]>
When you bounce tracks 1 through 8 to tracks 7/
8 of the new song, you can also mix signals from
[INPUT A] through [INPUT D] together (see page
72).
<Exporting bounced data to a PC>
Song data bounced to tracks 7/8 of the new song
can be exported 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 software (see
page 90).
When track bouncing to a new song completes,
the recorder automatically stops and the dis-
play shows the home screen of the new song.
The song name of the new song is given by the
name of the original song with “-**” (** is a
two-digit number).
You can check the result by following the pro-
cedure described in “Checking the bounced
signals on tracks 7/8” on page 69.
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