D-108 Owner's Manual (Names and Functions)
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44.1kHz
MTC
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PGM
SURE?
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MTC (MIDI Time code)
5. Changing Programs using the
STORE key and the HOLD/> key
* About the Program Change function
The Program Change function divides the hard disk space
into up to 99 parts to accommodate 99 separate Programs
(P01-P99 — as long as available recording time allows) so
you can record, play back, edit, and reachieve (save and
load) data for each Program individually.
For example, the first song can be Program 1, the second
song can be Program 2, etc. You need to recall the desired
Program before you start recording, playback, editing, or
reachieving.
Pressing the STORE key while holding down the HOLD/>
key will cause the D-108 to enter Program select mode,
display the message “Select PGM !”, followed by the current
Program and Program number and a flashing “SURE?”
indication.
flashing
You can select the desired Program from the already setup
Programs by rotating the JOG dial while the Program
number and “SURE ?” are flashing. ("#0003" is the current
program title.)
After you select a Program, press the EXECUTE/YES key to
return to the selected Program’s ABS indication.
The Time Base display will indicate the selected Program’s
Time Base, since you can set the Time Base for each
Program individually.
To change the Time Base display after you have selected
the desired Program, press the DISP SEL key while holding
down the EXECUTE/YES key.
Pressing only the DISP/SEL key will take you to the REMAIN
display based on the current Time Base.
<Notes>
* If you turn the JOG dial while the ABS display or MTC
display indicates a Program number, the Program
number indication will change to the sub-frame
indication. However, if you operate a transport button,
such as the PLAY button or the Stop button, or if you
turn the SHUTTLE dial, the sub-frame indication will
change back to the Program number indication. (The
Program number shown on the BAR/BEAT/CLK
display will not change.)
* The maximum record time of the program is dependent
on the permissible record time (size) of the harddisk,
regardless of how many programs are created on the
disk. If, for example, there is roughly 30 minutes of
record time remaining (REMAIN) on the current drive
immediately after it is formatted, and a 20 minute
program is recorded in Program 1, then there is only
10 minutes of recording time remaining for any
additional programs.
Simply put, if the total record time is 30 minutes it does
not matter whether the 30 minutes is taken by 1
program or shared among several programs, since
the total of 30 minutes for a recording remains the
absolute total.
Note that some disk space is compensated when
several programs are created on the disk. A new
program cannot be created when there is no recordable
space remaining on the disk.
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