62 TASCAM SS-R250N
7 – Recording
If the sync level is too high
If the sync level is set too high, the beginnings of tracks that start
quietly might not be recorded, for example.
Level
Sync level
Recording starts
Time
This part not
recorded
If the sync level is too low
When in recording playback, if the source has a high noise level
that exceeds the sync level, sync recording will not start.
Level
Sync level
Time
Recording does not start because the
noise level is higher than the sync level
Incrementing track numbers during
recording
Track numbers can be incremented manually or automatically
when set conditions are met during recording. Each time the
track number is incremented, a new audio file is created.
NOTE
i When new tracks are created, incremental numbers are add-
ed to the end of each file name.
i If the file name of a track to be created would be the same as
that of an existing file, the number will be incremented until
the new file has a unique name.
Incrementing track numbers manually
You can press the RECORD [TRACK INC] button (or remote con-
trol RECORD button) during recording to increment the track
number. You cannot, however, create a track that is less than four
seconds long.
NOTE
If tracks are recorded in WAV format, you can also divide and
combine them after recording using the editing functions.(see
“Dividing tracks (DIVIDE)” on page 67) , (see “Combining
tracks (COMBINE)” on page 68)
CAUTION
Depending on the SD card or USB flash drive, incrementing
tracks repeatedly in a short amount of time when recording
in MP3 format could cause a “RECORD Error Buffer over-
flow” error message to appear and recording to stop. To
prevent this, leave some time between each incrementation.
Incrementing track numbers automatically
Use the menu to select the automatic track incrementation
mode and make specific settings.
When the automatic track incrementation function is on, the
icon appears in the recording function activation status
area on the recording screen.
Automatic track incrementation function settings can be
changed anytime, even after starting recording.
NOTE
If tracks are recorded in WAV format, you can also divide and
combine them after recording using the editing functions.(see
“Dividing tracks (DIVIDE)” on page 67) , (see “Combining
tracks (COMBINE)” on page 68)
1. Select the AUTO TRACK item on the REC 5 page to open the
AUTO TRACK screen.(see “Menu operation procedures” on
page 22)
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