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D-108 Owner’s Manual (Changing the initial setting <SETUP mode>)
Tempo Map
Time signature setting Tempo setting
001 BAR 4 4
005 BAR 3 4
001 BAR 1 TEMPO 120
003 BAR 1 TEMPO 90
005 BAR 3 TEMPO 60
007 BAR 2 TEMPO 120
4
4
3
4
Tempo=120 Tempo=90
Tempo=60 Tempo=120
6. Use either the HOLD/> key or SHUTTLE dial to choose "bar",
" beat" or "TEMPO".
Then, use the JOG dial to enter a required bar/beat and tempo
that you want to edit. The display will show tempo as "***"
on the already registered bar/beat.
7. Press the HOLD/> key or turn the shuttle dial to choose the
" =*** ".
The flashing display will move to " =*** " so that it allows
you to change the tempo setting.
8. With the JOG dial, choose a required tempo.
If you choose "- - -", the tempo setting on the bar/beat will be
deleted.
9. Press the EXECUTE/YES key after you have changed or
deleted the tempo setting on the bar/beat you wanted.
The setting will now be registered. Then, the display will go
back to Item 5 and show "*** bar" flashing, which allows you
to enter a new tempo setting.
<Note>
The D-108 counts a beat with the last registered tempo, i.e. one bar
before the "- - -bar -
= - - -" . In the case of the initial setting,
because only the first beat of first bar is registered with a 120 bpm,
the beat counts with a 120 bpm until the end unless you register a
different tempo after the second beat of first bar.
Tempo Register
5. Press the EXECUTE/YES key when the D-108 displays
"TEMPO".
The display will show flashing "***bar" so that it allows you
to enter a new tempo changing point.
6. Use either the HOLD/> key or SHUTTLE dial to choose "bar",
" beat" or "TEMPO".
Then, use the JOG dial to enter a required bar/beat and tempo
that you want to register.
The bar numbers and beat you can enter follows the time
signature setting described in the previous section, and the
tempo settings you can enter are 30 ~ 250 bpm.
For your information, the "- - -" means "No tempo setting
registered" and can be used to delete a tempo change point.
When you turn the JOG dial while the display shows "***
bar" or "* " flashing, it will either show the tempo as "***"
on the already registered bar/beat or as "- - -" if a bar/beat
has no tempo setting registered.
7. Press the EXECUTE/YES key after you have entered a re
quired bar/beat and tempo.
The setting will now be registered. Then, the display will go
back to Item 5 and show "*** bar" flashing so which you to
enter a new tempo setting.
8. Repeat the procedures described in items 5~7 to register
further tempo settings.
* 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 can register the setting up to 64 points. If you try to register over
64 points, the 65th point onwards will be ignored.
Example : A tempo map can be setup as in the following
example, i.e. set the required tempo after having set time
signature.
Tempo Setting Edit or Delete
Follow the procedures described as in Items 1~5.
* Press either the STOP button or EXIT/NO key to return
from the second step menu 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 nor-
mal time base display.
<Note>
You cannot register the "- - -" at the 001 bar 1
.
Delete all Tempo Setting at once
If you proceed with "Delete all Time Signature Setting at once"
as described in the previous section, the D-108 will erase all
the tempo settings as well as the time signature settings.
* Refer to the "Delete all Time Signature Setting at once"
section for details.
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