D-108 Owner’s Manual (Editing Tracks)
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AUTO PUNCH IN point
Any real track
Any real track
AUTO PUNCH OUT point
ABS 0 REC END
Silence
AUTO PUNCH IN point
Any real track
Any real track
AUTO PUNCH OUT point
ERASE
ABS 0
REC END
Silence
Real tracks
AUTO PUNCH IN point AUTO PUNCH OUT point
(REC END)
ABS 0 REC END
1
2
3
4
ERASE
ERASE
ERASE
REC END
Erase
There are three methods for erasing data. Understand the difference between these methods before you use the
Erase function.
• Erasing a specified part of the data between ABS 0 and
REC END:
You may erase a specified part of the data between ABS 0 and REC
END (the end point of the recording) in the currently-selected Program.
(The erased part is replaced with silence.)
You can erase data on a mono real track or multiple real tracks.
To erase data on an additional track, you need to move the data to a
real track, then erase it. As shown below, the REC END point (the
end point of recording) is not affected.
The erased area is replaced with silence. As a result, the REMAIN
time and space will increase. (You will have more recordable space
on the disk.)
• Erasing data from a specified point to REC END:
You may erase all data in the range from a specified point to REC
END in the currently-selected Program. You can erase data on a
mono real track or multiple real tracks. To erase data on an additional
track, you need to move the data to a real track, then erase it.
When you erase all tracks’ data, the REC END point will move
backward. However, if you erase data on a mono track or multiple
tracks (but not all tracks), the REC END point may not be affected.
(Refer to the note below.) After the erase operation, the REMAIN
time and space will increase.
Note:
If all real tracks contain data as shown below, erasing data on tracks 1 and 2 will not affect the position of REC END.
On the other hand, if all Real tracks contain data as shown below, erasing data on tracks 3 - 8 will move up REC END to the end
point of tracks 1 and 2.
Real tracks 5
6
7
8
ABS 0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Real tracks
AUTO PUNCH IN point AUTO PUNCH OUT point
(REC END)
ABS 0 REC END
1
2
3
4
Real tracks 5
6
7
8
ABS 0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
ERASE
ERASE
ERASE
ERASE
ERASE
ERASE
* If multiple Programs are set on the disk, first select the desired Program. Do not select another Program, or select another
sampling rate until you finish the erase operation.
Any program
REC END
ABS 0 = REC END
1
2
3
4
Any program 5
6
7
8
ABS 0
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
Program erase
• Erasing specific Program data (Program Erase)
This function enables you to erase data entirety from a selected
program and return the initial settings of this program to its initial
figures. Unlike the other two erase functions, for Program Erase you
do not need to specify tracks or set the Auto Punch In/Out points.
Executing this erase function will erase all data recorded in the
selected Program. The ABS time and the REMAIN value will return
to their default settings.
Use caution, since you cannot UNDO this erase operation.
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