D-108 Owner's Manual (Names and Functions)
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* Pressing a Memory key to recall the point the key is storing
(or pressing the RECALL key, and then the Memory key)
displays the memory data (time, or bar/beat/clock) currently
stored in that key; then the unit enters data edit mode. To
edit data, use the HOLD/> key or the SHUTTLE dial to move
among the digits, and then use the JOG dial to change the
value.
* After you finish editing data, press the STORE key, and then
press one of the Memory keys into which you want to store
the point. The edited data will be stored in the specified
Memory key.
* While the current position of the recorder is indicated, press
the STORE key, then one of the Memory keys into which
you want to store the data. The current position or the recorder
will be stored in the Memory key.
You can do this while the recorder is running or stopped.
* Press a desired Memory key, and then press the LOCATE
key to locate the point stored in that Memory key (time, or
bar/beat/clock).
* All memory data can be stored to Programs 1-99 individually.
* In Setup mode, you can save or load song data for each
Program.
* All data will be retained after you turn off the power.
* Refer to page "60" for more information on memory data.
* Refer to page "60" for more information on the Locate function.
* Refer to pages "24" and "35" for more information on the
Program Change function.
* Refer to page "88" for more information on saving and loading
song data.
19. Display Select key [DISP SEL]
This key is used to change the display mode. Pressing
this key repeatedly will change the display mode as
follows:
* Refer to pages "19" and "23" for more information about the
REMAIN.
Pressing this key while holding down the EXECUTE/YES
key will switch the Time Base (*) as follows. The Time
Base can be set when the display shows the recorder's
current position or the available disk space (REMAIN).
(*) Time Base:
The D-108 uses time display (ABS or MTC) or Bar/Beat/
Clock display to indicate the current position of the
recorder section. These displays are called "Time Base."
ABS (Absolute Time) shows the absolute time of the disk,
and MTC (MIDI Time code) shows the relative time
obtained by adding an MTC offset value to the ABS value.
Bar/Beat/Clock (BAR/BEAT/CLK) indicates a position
within a piece of music and conforms to the MIDI clock
and Song Position Pointers created on the internal Tempo
Map. The tune will be displayed up to 999 bars.
* Refer to pages "22" and "109" for more information about
MTC and the internal Tempo Map.
20. Execute/Yes key [EXECUTE/YES]
Press this key to execute the operation when you edit
data on the hard disk using the edit functions such as
Paste and Erase, when you put the D-108 into SETUP mode,
or when you set the parameters in the SETUP menu.
Pressing the DISP SEL key while holding down the
EXECUTE/YES key allows you to select the Time Base. (Refer
to the explanation about the DISP SEL key.)
* Refer to page "70" for more information about using this key
for the Paste or Erase operation.
* Refer to page "106" for more information about using this key
in SETUP mode.
21. Exit key/No key [EXIT/NO]
The opposite of the EXECUTE/YES key, this key is used to
stop the operation.
* Refer to page "70" for more information about using this key
for the Paste or Erase operation.
* Refer to page "106" for more information about using this key
in SETUP mode.
The current position
Disk space (remain)
When time base is "MTC", the MTC
or LTC time that is input will be
displayed.
(At installed Model 8345).
The SETUP mode display (SETUP
is blink) and title display.
ABS time base
Bar/Beat/Clk time base
MTC time base
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