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D-108 Owner’s Manual (Changing the initial setting <SETUP mode>)
8. With the JOG dial, choose a required time signature.
If you choose " - / - ", the time signature on the bar will be
deleted.
9. Press the EXECUTE/YES key after you have changed or
deleted the time signature on the bar number you wanted.
The setting will now be registered. Then, the display will
return to Item 5 and show "*** bar" flashing, which allows
you to enter a new time signature setting.
* Press either the STOP button or EXIT/NO key to return
from the second step to the first or to quit SETUP mode.
The menu will go backwards each time you press either
key so that you can correct the setting, choose some other
SETUP mode or eventually return to the normal time base
display.
<Note>
You cannot register the " -/ -" setting on the 001bar.
Delete all Time Signature Setting at once
Follow the procedures described as in items 1 ~ 5.
6. While the display shows "*** bar" flashing, turn the JOG dial
fully counter clockwise.
The display will now show "All Clear?" and flashing "SURE?".
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7. Press the EXECUTE/YES key to proceed.
All the registered time signature settings will be erased and
go back to the initial setting.
Then, the display will go back to item 5 and show "*** bar"
flashing.
<Note>
Be careful because this procedure wipes out the tempo setting as
well as time signature setting.
* Press either the STOP button or EXIT/NO key to return
from the second step to the first or to quit SETUP mode.
The menu will go backwards each time you press either
key so that you can correct the setting, choose some other
SETUP mode or eventually return to the normal time base
display.
Tempo Setting ("Tempo Map Set?")
This mode sets up the tempo on a song. The way it sets this up is, for example, for the tempo to become 150 bpm at the 3rd beat in
the 12th bar. The tempo setting and time signature in the previous section make up a tempo map. After the tempo map has been
calculated by completing the tempo and time signature setting, the D-108 will be able to handle "BAR /BEAT/CLOCK" and the
metronome function. You need to set up the tempo and time signature to generate the MIDI Clock & Song Position Pointer.
* Refer to page "75" for details of "MIDI Clock Synchronization".
* Initial Setting: 001bar 1st beat 120 bpm
* Bar to register: Follows to the time signature setting
* Beat to register : Follows to the time signature setting
* Available tempo : 30 ~ 250, - - (Delete)
* Maximum setting points : 64
* The setting is applicable song by song.
* The setting can be saved or loaded as a part of the song data
* The setting is memorized even when the power is off.
* Make sure you choose the right program before setting this mode.
1. Press the DISP SEL key and choose the flashing SETUP
mode on the display. Then, press the EXECUTE/YES key.
The SETUP display will stop flashing.
2. Choose "Tempo Map Set?" with the JOG dial.
The "?" display will start flashing.
3. Press the EXECUTE/YES key.
The D-108 will display "TEMPO" and last recalled bar
number with its tempo setting which is already registered.
In the case of the initial setting, because only the first bar,
first beat is registered with a 120 bpm, it will show "001bar,
1 , =120 ".
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4. Turn the JOG dial when the D-108 displays "TEMPO".
If there are some setting changes registered in a song, you
can see the next set up point by rotating the JOG dial clock
wise.("***bar * =***) If you turn the JOG dial fully
clock wise, "- - - bar - , = - - -" will be displayed. This
means there is no more tempo changing points registered.
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