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D-108 Owner’s Manual (Before Starting)
Playback monitoring
“Playback monitoring” means to monitor the playback sound of the tracks (only Real tracks).
That is, you are monitoring the playback sound on the track, not the sound being recorded to the track.
Input monitoring and playback monitoring
There are two methods for monitoring track sound (only on the Real tracks): input monitoring and playback
monitoring. They are defined as follows:
Input monitoring
Input monitoring means to monitor via track output the recording signal sent to the Real tracks of the recorder.
That is, you are monitoring a post-recorder signal, not a pre-recorder signal. The D-108 enters input monitoring
status when you perform one of the following operations.
• When you set a track to recording mode
To set a track to recording mode, press the RECORD TRACK select key to set the track READY, then press the PLAY
buttonwhile holding down the RECORD button.
When recording starts on the READY track, the D-108 automatically enters input monitoring status.
• When you set a track to recording stand-by mode
To set a track to recording stand-by mode, press the RECORD TRACK select key to set the track READY, then press only
the RECORD button. (Pressing the RECORD button again will cause the D-108 to enter playback monitoring mode.)
Under this condition, only the READY track enters input monitoring mode, on stand-by for recording.
* The following example shows track 5 in Input Monitoring mode and other tracks in Playback Monitoring mode.
This example shows overdubbing
in which the keyboard is recorded
on track 5 while tracks 1-4 are
being played. Tracks 1-4 are in
Playback Monitoring mode and
used to check the playback sound.
Track 5 is in Input Monitoring mode.
You can monitor the recorded
sound.
* The following example shows that all tracks are in Playback Monitoring mode.
In this example, all tracks 1-8 are playing the recorded
sound in Playback Monitoring mode.
* To play the sound on an Additional track, you need to move the data from the Additional track to a Real track. Refer to “Track Exchange
function” on page 73 for more information.
Track 1 (Drum machine)
Track 2 (Bass)
Track 3 (Guitar)
Track 4 (Vocal)
Track 5
Track 6
Track 7
Track 8
Mixer section
Recorder section
Monitoring
section
Keyboard
Track 1 (Drum machine)
Track 2 (Bass)
Track 3 (Guitar-1)
Track 4 (Guitar-2)
Track 5 (Vocal)
Track 6 (Vocal)
Track 7 (Keyboard)
Track 8 (Piano)
Recorder section
Monitoring
section
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