Tascam D01175220A DP-006 Recording Equipment User Manual

6 – Basic Recording
3. While pressing and holding the Record (0) button, press the Play (7)
The Record (0) button indicator lights red when recording starts, and
the TRACK REC indicators stop blinking and stay lit.
4. Press the Stop (8) button to end recording.
5. Use m [RTZ] button, for example, to locate to a point that you want to
Use the RTZ and LRP Functions to easily locate to the beginning of the
song (00h00m00s00f) or the last point where recording started. For more
information about searching backward/forward and locating, see “Locate
and search functions” on page 64.
6. Press the Play (7) button to play the recorded track.
Use the track LEVEL knob and the MASTER LEVEL knob to adjust the
playback level.
Use the TRACK 1/2 PAN knobs and TRACK 3/4 PAN (BAL) knobs to set
the left and right stereo position (or balance) of each track.
Use the VOLUME dial on the left side of the unit or the volume control
of the external monitoring system (powered monitor speakers or an
amplifier and speakers) to set the final monitoring volume.
The TRACK 1/2 PAN knobs, the TRACK 3/4 PAN [BAL] knobs and the
track LEVEL knobs control the playback output signal levels and stereo
positions of recorded tracks.
If you are not satisfied with the recorded sound, follow the procedures
above again from the beginning.
Multitrack recording
You can record new audio to different tracks while playing back already
recorded tracks.
Setting the recording tracks
Press the TRACK REC buttons of already recorded tracks so that their
REC indicators become unlit.
Press the TRACK REC buttons of tracks to be recorded to put them into
recording standby (REC indicators blink).
Setting TRACK PAN/BAL and LEVEL values
Use the LEVEL knobs and TRACK 1/2 PAN knobs and TRACK 3/4 PAN
(BAL) knobs to adjust their level and stereo positions for monitoring during
When the track type of track 3 or 4 is set to
, that track’s PAN (BAL)
knob functions as a balance knob.
Input selection and assignment
Use the procedures described earlier in this chapter to assign input sources to
tracks for recording.