D-108 Owner's Manual (Saving and Loading Song Data)
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1.Press the DISP SEL key to select “SETUP”
(“SETUP” will flash) and press the EXECUTE/YES
key. (“SETUP” will light up.)
The D-108 will enter the Setup mode.
2.Use the JOG dial to select “Load PGM ?” (“?” will
flash.).
3.Press the EXECUTE/YES key.
The message “Load Device?” and the type of digital signal
to be loaded (“DAT,” “adat,” or “SCSI”) will flash on the
display.
4. Rotate the JOG dial to select the type of digital signal
format to be used for the load operation.
Selecting “adat” will load data in the adat digital signal
format. Selecting “DAT” will load data in the S/P DIF
digital signal format. Select “SCSI” if you are loading
data via SCSI. The following operation will be that when
"adat" or "DAT" is selected for "Load Device?."
5.Press the EXECUTE/YES key. (“SURE?” flashes.)
The digital signal selected is set and the program number
currently set on the load destination current drive flashes.
The size of the program recording is also displayed.
<Notes>
* If digital signal is being input correctly, a red “DIGITAL” and
“EXT SYNC” indicator will light up on the display. If the red
“DIGITAL” and “EXT SYNC” indicator flashes, check the
connection, cabling, and the settings of the D-108 and the
external device.
* The FS indication will flash and warn you if the sampling
frequency of the D-108 and DAT vary when loading with S/P
DIF digital signals. Be careful when setting the sampling
frequency for adat digital signals because there will be no FS
warning though there may be a discrepancy.
6.Rotate the JOG dial to select a Program into which
to load data.
You can select any existing Program (from up to 99).
If you select a Program that already contains data and
execute the load operation, the existing data will be
overwritten by the new data. If you do not wish to
overwrite any data in any current Program, use the JOG
dial toselect “New PGM” to execute the load operation.
You can do this only when the number of existing
Programs is 99 or less and the hard disk has enough free
space to accommodate the new data.
If a program that is already recorded with some sort of data is
selected and loaded, only the song data loaded will be valid.
All the data of the programs recorded on that same track up to
then will be erased.
7.Press the EXECUTE/YES key.
Now you can select tracks into which to load.
8.Select the desired track range using the JOG dial.
You can select 1, 9 and 17 of the points that are flashing
(left). Use the SHUTTLE or HOLD/> key to move the
flashing cursor to the left, then turn the JOG dial to select
8, 16 and 24.
You can select track loading combinations from Tr1-16,
Tr1-24, Tr9-16, Tr9-24 and Tr17-24, in addition to Tr1-
8.
9.Press the EXECUTE/YES key. (“SURE?” flashes.)
10. Press the EXECUTE/YES key again.
“Play DAT!” (Start playing the DAT) or “Play adat!” (Start
playing the adat) appears on the display.
11. Play the corresponding external device (DAT or
adat).
The load operation starts when the D-108 accepts the
incoming digital signal. The time required for the load
operation appears on the display and starts counting
down. Two tracks are loaded at a time from a DAT
machine in the following order: Track 1 and 2, 3 and 4,
etc. from a DAT machine. Eight tracks are loaded each
time in the order of Track 1-8, 9-16, etc..
12. When the load operation is complete,
“COMPLETED!” flashes on the display.
13. Press the STOP button or the EXIT/NO key to quit
Setup mode.
The display will indicate the time base set for the
loaded Program.
Press the STOP button or EXIT/NO key to return to one previous
menu prior to the EXECUTE/YES key or if you want to cancel a
procedure. Everytime you press these keys you will move back
one previous hierarchy, and eventually escape from the SETUP
mode and return to the time base display. Note that all the song
data saved will be invalid if you press the STOP button or EXIT/
NO key while saving at <Step 11>.
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