38 TASCAM DR-07X
6 – Playback
Special playback control functions
The unit has some special playback control functions. For
example, you can play a selected section of a file repeatedly
or change the tempo of music without changing the pitch.
You can also enhance the perceived overall sound pressure
for comfortable listening when the playback sound is difficult
These playback control functions enable effective practice
and analysis of musical passages.
Playback Control screen
Use the Playback Control screen to set the playback control
While the Home Screen is open when stopped or playing
back, press the PB CONT button to open the Playback Control
This screen can be used to make settings for the playback
speed and loop playback.
After you finish making settings on this screen, press the
¤ (HOME)  or PB CONT button to return to the Home
Loop playback of a selection
With this function, you can continuously repeat (loop) the
playback of a selection that you make.
1. While the Home Screen is open when stopped or playing
back, press the PB CONT button to open the Playback
2. Press the 7 button to start playback, and press the
MARK button at the start point of the section that you
want to play repeatedly.
This position is set as the IN (start) point.
3. Press the MARK button at the end point of the section
that you want to play repeatedly.
This position is set as the OUT (end) point, and loop
playback of the section between the IN and OUT points
During loop playback the indicator also appears.
Press the PB CONT button to return to the Home Screen
while maintaining the IN (start) and OUT (end) point and
iThe I/O Too Short pop-up message appears if the
section between the IN and OUT points is too short. Set
them again. The section should be 1 second or longer.
iPress the MARK button again to clear the IN and OUT
iTo stop loop playback, press the MENU button when the
Playback Control screen is open. Press the MENU button
again to start loop playback between the set IN and OUT
iYou cannot set the IN and OUT points in different files.
iThe previous IN and OUT point settings are lost when you
set the IN point on a different file.
iAccurate assignment of IN and OUT points is not always
possible for variable bit rate (VBR) MP3 files.