CD-R/RW MASTER RECORDER CR500 (Recording)
Checking the recorded audio file
The recorder stops at the last recording position when stopping recording. You can skip
back to the beginning of the audio file by either of the operations below.
The following assumes that a single audio file is recorded to a disc (see page 50 for file
selection when more than one audio file is recorded).
• Press the [REWIND] key while holding down the [STOP/HOME] key, or press the
[1/space] key in the [MEMORY] key group.
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[STOP/HOME] key [REWIND] key
• Press the [REC RDY] key to disable the record ready mode.
The display returns to the Home screen. You can confirm that an audio file has been
created, as shown on the screen example below. The time indication shows the last
The currently selected audio file
• To make another recording in succession, repeat the operation above.
We recommend checking the recordable time and the number of the recordable files on
the disc when you make recording.
Playing back a recorded audio file
Each time you make recording, the recorded file
number is added to the track list on the Home screen. The
screen example on the right shows the recorder condition
when the recorder has just finished recording of the sixth
<Hint>: The CR500 has four play modes. By default, the play mode is set to "ALL PLAY".
Therefore, if there are more than one audio file is recorded, the recorder starts play-
back from the first (earliest) file continuously.
For details about the other play mode, see "Playback/locate" described later.
With a BWF formatted CD-R or CD-RW disc, you can record additional WAV
files to the disc as long as there is remaining recordable space. You can also delete
unnecessary files (see page 90). After closing a recorded disc, you can export WAV
files to a Windows computer. Note that you cannot reformat a recorded CD-R disc.