20 TASCAM DR-07X
4 – Recording
In addition to the built-in microphone, an external micro-
phone or external audio device (i.e. CD player) can also be
used for recording. You can select among MP3 (44.1/48 kHz,
32–320 kbps) and WAV (44.1/48/96 kHz, 16/24-bit) audio
recording formats.
Since the unit is compatible with the BWF format for WAV
files, marks added to WAV files during recording are available
when playing them back with BWF-compatible software, for
example.
With this unit, you can mix and record a sound input through
the built-in mic or the input jack with an audio file that is
played back using the overdubbing function.
Setting file format, sampling frequency,
type and maximum file size
Select the audio file type that you want to record before you
start recording.
1. Press the MENU button to open the MENU screen.
2. Use the + or – button to select (highlight) the REC
SETTING menu item, and press the 7 button.
The REC SETTING screen opens.
3. Use the + or – button to select (highlight) FORMAT, and
press the / or 7 button.
Set the recording format here.
Set the file format with the + or − button to one of the
following options.
Options: WAV 16bit (default), WAV 24bit, MP3 32k,
MP3 64k, MP3 96k, MP3 128k, MP3 192k, MP3
256k, MP3 320k
NOTE
iWAV formats provide better recording quality than MP3.
iMP3 formats enable longer recording times than WAV.
iMP3 formats with higher values provide better recording
quality.
4. Press the . button to enable selection of settings.
5. Use the + or − button to select (highlight) SAMPLE, and
press the 7 or / button.
Set the sampling frequency.
Use the + or − button to select 44.1k (default), 48k or
96k.
NOTE
96k cannot be selected if FORMAT is set to MP3.
6. Press the . button to enable selection of settings.
7. Use the + or − button to select (highlight) TYPE, and
press the 7 or / button.
Now, select stereo or mono file type.
Use the + or – button to select STEREO (default) or MONO.
If MONO is selected, a mono file is created, and the same
signals are sent to both L and R level meters and output
channels.
If set to record in MONO in WAV format, the file size will
be half that when recorded in STEREO, allowing longer
recording times.
8. Press the . button to enable selection of settings.
9. Use the + or − button to select (highlight) SIZE, and
press the 7 or / button.
Set the maximum file size with the
+
or
button to
64M
,
128M
,
256M
,
512M
,
1G
or
2G
(default),
NOTE
iIf the maximum set file size is exceeded during recording,
the unit will automatically continue recording in a new file.
iDepending on the file format, the amount of recording
time will differ for the same file size. The amount of
recording time is shown to the right of the setting value (in
parentheses).
iIf the recording time exceeds 24 hours, the unit will
automatically continue recording in a new file.
10. After completing the setting, press the ¤ (HOME) [8]
button to return to the Home Screen.
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