CD-R/RW MASTER RECORDER CR500 (Recording)
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PHONES INPUT LEVEL
[RECORD] key [STOP/HOME] key
In order not to miss the beginning of the audio input source, we recommend
starting the recorder first.
Recording a CD-DA track (Creating an audio CD)
You can record analog or digital audio to a disc in the CD-DA format. By finalizing a CD-DA disc
on which one or more CD-DA tracks are recorded, an audio CD is created. You can export audio
tracks on a finalized CD-DA disc to a Windows computer or play them back by a normal CD
player. The following description assumes that a CD-DA formatted blank CD-R (or CD-RW) disc is
loaded (you can only make 44.1kHz Fs/16-bit recordings with a CD-DA disc).
<Note>: An audio
track recorded on a CD-DA formatted CD-RW disc may not be played back by a normal CD player.
[REC RDY] key
[INPUT LEVEL] control
• Press the [REC RDY] key to enter the record ready mode.
The display changes to show the input monitor screen, on which you can see the
remaining recordable time and the number of the tracks on the disc.
You can check the input level for recording. When the analog input is selected, you can
adjust the input levels for left and right channels using the [INPUT LEVEL] controls. See
"Adjusting recording levels" described earlier in this chapter for details about how to
adjust the input levels.
• Press the [RECORD] key to start recording.
When you start recording, the input monitor screen changes as the screen example
below. While recording is in progress, the time indication is counted up, whereas the
remaining recordable time is counted down (during recording, " " is shown beside the
• To stop recording, press the [STOP/HOME] key.
After finishing post-processing of recording ("Please Wait..." is shown on the display),
the disc stops at the last recording position.
On the input monitor screen, the "NEXT-R" field
shows the track number currently being recorded.