D-108 Owner’s Manual (Before Starting)
Managing songs by Program Change function
The D-108 features Program Select function, which enables you to set up to 99 Programs on the disk.
When you format a disk, one Program will be automatically created on the disk. You may create more Programs,
if necessary. You may also delete unnecessary Programs.
The D-108 also features Program Change function that enables you to select one of the Programs set on the disk.
Programs on the disk are something like independent containers. You can record, play, and edit each container
without affecting other containers. You can also name Programs, which is useful for managing songs.
Total available recording time is always the
maximum available recording time on the disk,
regardless of the number of Programs you set on the
disk. That is, if you use up the maximum recording
time for one Program, you will not be able to record
any data in other Programs.
This is the Program indication when using an E-IDE hard disk
as the current drive ([P] will appear before the program number
such as [P01] shown in the example below).
As described in the “REMAIN indicator,”
creating additional Programs will consume a small
amount of disk space.
program 1 program 2 program 3
program 4 program 5 program 6
program 7 program 8 program 9
You can set up to 99 programs (independent containers).
Refer to page “36” for more information on the
program select function.
Refer to page “37” for more information on the
program delete function.
Refer to page “38” for more information on the editing
a program title.
As described in “Managing the song by Program,” the D-108 can set up as many as 99 Programs on the disk.
Setting up a Program requires a small amount of disk space. In other words, disk space is used not only for
storing recorded data but also for storing all setup data. Therefore, make sure that you have enough space on the
disk before you start recording to avoid running out of space (the [OVER !] message flashes in that case).
This is the Program indication when using a SCSI disk
(removable or fixed) as the current drive ([S] will appear before
the program number such as [S01] shown in the example below,
to differentiate from a program on an E-IDE hard disk).