D-108 Owner’s Manual (Digital Recording)
Setting a digital output track
1. Select the desired track using the “Setting digital
output tracks” menu in SETUP mode.
You can select any track from tracks 1–8 to L or R.
You can also select [adat] instead of these tracks to
digitally record all eight-track data to an external adat.
Refer to “Setting digital output tracks” in the “Changing
the Initial Settings (SETUP Mode)” chapter on page 119
for more information on setting a digital output track.
When you finish setting the parameters in SETUP mode,
be sure to press the EXIT/NO key or the STOP key to exit
When setting up the digital output track, the tracks
to be assigned to L and R cannot be the same, such as
[L: 4] and [R: 4]. If setup is executed by mistakenly
selecting the same track numbers for L and R, the number
setup for the L channel will be given priority and “
assign) will be setup automatically for R. In other words,
L channel will be setup to the specified track and R
channel will be setup to no assign.
All tracks including tracks specified for digital output also
output analog signal.
Setting up an external device
Set the external device so that it will accept a digital signal.
On some devices, you may need to set it so that the device
will synchronize to the input digital signal.
When you are monitoring the digital signal from
the external digital device and a signal cannot be input or
digital noise is generated, check the connection, cabling,
and settings on the D-108 and the external digital device.
Starting and quitting recording
1. Locate the top of the Program.
2. Start recording on the external digital device.
3. Press the PLAY button on the D-108 to start
Digital data is output from the selected track and recorded
on the external digital device.
4. When recording is complete, stop the D-108 and
the external digital device.
Connecting a Digital Mixer
The following explanations assume that this is a digital mixer, which can input digital signals whose clock source
can be setup at digital IN.
DIGITAL OUT DIGITAL IN
ANALOG OUTANALOG IN