D-108 Owner's Manual (Names and Functions)
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24. Hold/Digit Move key [HOLD/>]
Pressing this key while the recorder transport is operating
will hold the time value (or Bar/Beat/Clock value), display
the value on the screen, and will place the D-108 into edit
mode. If you press this key while the recorder section is
stopped, the D-108 will enter edit mode. Pressing this
key repeatedly allows you to select the digit (column) to
edit. To cancel edit mode, press the STOP button, or EXIT/
NO key.
Pressing the STORE key while holding down the HOLD/>
key will change the Program.
* Refer to page "20" and "36" for more information about Program
Change function.
25. Jog/Shuttle dial
Jog dial (inside):
Turning the JOG dial while the recorder is stopped
performs digital scrubbing in either direction, which allows
you to check the audio and locate a point without any
change in pitch.
The JOG dial is also used to change values in the data edit
mode or when the pitch data is displayed. It also allows
you to select a parameter to set in Setup mode.
Shuttle dial (outside):
FWD and REW direction shuttle operation in the STOP
mode is possible at +/-1 ~ 64 times fast winding in the
no sound state. On the other hand, FWD and REW
direction shuttle operation in the PLAY mode is possible
in the CUE playback mode at +1 ~ 8 and -1 ~ -7 times
speed while cueing. In addition, while in the display edit
mode, the editing point can be moved in the same way as
by the HOLD/> key.
* Refer to page "54" for more information about the editing the
memory data.
* Refer to page "106" for more information about Setup mode.
26. Redo key [REDO]
Pressing this key after you press the UNDO key restores
the status obtained before you undo recording or editing.
This key is activated only when the recorder transport
section is stopped.
* Refer to pages "42", "45", "69" and "72" for more information
about the Redo operation.
27. Undo key [UNDO]
After using an edit function such as Paste, or Erase, or
after auto punch in/out recording, pressing this key will
restore the previous status before editing or recording.
This key is activated only when the recorder transport
section is stopped.
* Refer to pages "42", "45", "69" and "72" for more information
about the Undo operation.
28. Erase key [ERASE]
This key is used to erase a specified area or all data after
a specified point on certain “READY” track(s), or all the
data in a specified Program.
Use the Auto Punch In/Out points and the RECORD TRACK
select key to specify the area to erase.
To erase all data in a Program, press the STORE key while
holding down the HOLD/> key to select the Program, then
press the ERASE key.
All data recorded in the Program will be erased. You do
not need to set a track in READY mode.
* Refer to page "70" for more information about the Erase
operation.
29. Vari-pitch key [VARI PITCH]
Use this key to turn the Vari-pitch function on and off.
When this function is enabled, the corresponding LED
lights up. When this function is disabled, the LED turns
off. The range of pitch variation for playback and
recording is +/-6.0%, in 0.1% steps.
Press the RECALL key, and then the VARI PITCH key to
display the current pitch data.
To change the pitch data, use the JOG dial to change the
value while the pitch data is displayed.
You can also change the playback speed when the data is
being played back with the Vari-pitch function ON.
* To quit the pitch data display, press the EXIT/NO key,
or the STOP button.
<Notes>
* Even when the vari-pitch data is set to 0.0%, pressing this key
will turn the LED on.
*You cannot change the pitch data while recording. If the Vari-
pitch function was on, the unit will use the pitch data previously
set.
<Note>
The Vari-pitch function will be automatically turned off in the
following situations:
* When you turn on the power to the unit (The pitch data will be
reset to 0.0%.)
* When you set Slave mode ON. (The pitch data remembers the
previous setting.)
* With the SETUP mode [Clock Sel.?] menu set to [Opt]
- and data is loaded from an adat or DAT,
- and when digital input track is set to [adat] or [L:*, R: *],
- and when the SETUP mode slave type is set to adat/DAT, and
the slave mode switched ON, it will blink but change to steady
lighting when a digital signal is correctry input.
* Refer to "Quick Operation Guide" for more information on the
Vari-pitch function.
* Refer to pages "80" and "115" for more information on Slave
mode.
* Refer to page "44" for more information on digital signals.
<Note>
This key is enabled only when the D-108 is stopped.
<Note>
This key is enabled only when the D-108 is stopped.
<Note>
This key is enabled only when the D-108 is stopped.
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