D-108 Owner’s Manual (Editing Tracks)
Follow the steps below to erase data:
Storing the edit points
1. Refer to the “Storing and editing the locate points
to the memory keys” section for information on
storing the erase start and end points.
Store the erase start point to the AUTO PUNCH IN key,
and the end point to the AUTO PUNCH OUT key.
Store the erase start point (AUTO PUNCH IN point) and the
erase end point (AUTO PUNCH OUT point).
Use the Preview function to check the stored edit points and
adjust them if necessary.
Specify a track to erase and execute the function.
• If you wish to erase the data from a specific point, store the REC
END or later point as the erase end point. Refer to the <Note> for
information on storing the REC END point.
• See “Storing and editing the locate points to the memory keys” on
• To cancel the erase operation, press the STOP button or the
EXIT/NO key while [SURE ?] flashes on the display.
• To erase the data in its entirety from the tracks, you can also
use the Program Delete function to erase the entire Program.
In either case, you can expand the recordable area on the
disk. Use either one of the erase operations to erase
unnecessary data if the D-108 displays an alarm message
indicating insufficient recordable space for Auto Punch In/Out,
Copy & Paste, or Move & Paste.
• To erase the data in its entirety from ABS 0 - REC END, it is
recommended that erase end point (AUTO PUNCH OUT
point) is stored after the REC END time to ensure thorough
erase performance. To do this, move the recorder section
location to the REC END point prior to storing the AUTO
PUNCH OUT point, press the PLAY button from that location,
move the ABS time after the REC END, and store. The hard
disk will not successfully access points after REC END though
play is executed after REC END, however, this makes it
possible to move up the ABS time.
3. Press the EXECUTE/YES key again.
The D-108 starts erasing the data and [Wait Erasing]
flashes. When the erase operation is completed,
[COMPLETED !] lights up.
4. Press the STOP button or the EXIT/NO key.
The D-108 exits edit mode and displays the previous Time
How to erase data for a specific part between ABS 0 and REC END
Checking and adjusting the edit points
After you store the edit points, you can check them on the
display by pressing the corresponding keys.
You may also adjust the points.
1. While the recorder section is stopped, press and
hold down the RECALL key and press the memory
key for which you wish to check the edit point.
You can preview “fade-out” at the AUTO PUNCH IN point
and “fade-in” at AUTO PUNCH OUT point.
2. Trim the edit point while previewing.
•Refer to “Preview Function” on page 65 for more information.
1. Press the RECORD TRACK select key to select the
track to erase, to set it READY.
You can select a mono track or multiple tracks (including
all 8 tracks). The selected track indication flashes.
2. Press the ERASE key.
[Erase] appears on the display, and [SURE?] flashes. The
track indication lights up.