MR-8HD Owner’s Manual (Rhythm guide function)
Bar 1/beat 1: 120 bpm
Bar 4/beat 2: 180 bpm
Bar 8/beat 3: 90 bpm
Bar 12/beat 1: 120 bpm
Bar 16/beat 4: 250 bpm
After setting the time signature map, you have to create the tempo map by adding the necessary
tempo event(s). Like a time signature event, a tempo event specifies the tempo at the tempo
changing point. Each tempo specified by a tempo event is effective until the next event appears.
For example, you can set the tempo to 120 at the third beat in bar 4, and set to 90 at the second
beat in bar 12, etc.
Setting the tempo map
2) Rotate the [MENU/ENTER] knob to select "Song",
and press the [MENU/ENTER] knob.
The display now shows the song editing screen,
where "<< Back" is highlighted.
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 (selecting "<< Back"
returns to the previous screen). You can also
return to the previous screen by pressing the
[REWIND] key.
3) Rotate the [MENU/ENTER] knob to select
"Tempo Map" on the second page, and press the
[MENU/ENTER] knob.
The display shows the tempo map screen on
which the current tempo events are listed.
Each event specifies the bar/beat position and
tempo. By default, "1Bar 1 -> 120 bpm" and
"---Bar - -> ---bpm" are listed. In this
condition, the song starts in 120 bpm and there
is no tempo change. "---Bar - -> ---bpm" is used
to create a new tempo event.
The procedure example below shows how to
add the following tempo events to the tempo
4) Rotate the [MENU/ENTER] knob to select "---Bar -
-> ---bpm", and press the [MENU/ENTER] knob.
The display now shows the screen for setting
the new tempo event, where "<< Back" is
5) Rotate the [MENU/ENTER] knob to select
"Bar = 2Bar", and press the [MENU/ENTER] knob.
"2Bar" starts flashing and you can now set the
bar number. You can enter the bar number
between 1 and 999.
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