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7 – Recorder Functions
5. Adjust the LEVEL and TRACK 1/2 PAN knobs and TRACK 3/4 PAN (BAL)
knobs for the bounce source tracks.
For a stereo bounce, adjust the bounce source tracks according to their
types as follows to maintain left and right channel separation.
Bounce source How to adjust
TRACK 1 and TRACK 2
Turn the TRACK 1 PAN knob all
the way to the left (L) and the
TRACK 2 PAN knob all the way to
the right (R).
TRACK 3 and TRACK 4 with track
type set to
Turn the TRACK 3 PAN (BAL) knob
all the way to the left (L) and the
TRACK 4 PAN (BAL) knob all the
way to the right (R).
TRACK 3 or TRACK 4 with track
type set to
Set the TRACK 3 or TRACK 4 PAN
(BAL) knob to the center.
If a bounce source track type is set to
, set the TRACK 1/3 PAN (PAN
(BAL)) knob all the way to the left (L) and the TRACK 2/4 PAN (PAN (BAL))
knob all the way to the right (R).
Use the MASTER LEVEL knob to adjust the overall level.
A mono bounce is not possible if a bounce source track type is set to
. A stereo track cannot be converted to left and right mono tracks
to create a mono bounce.
6. After locating to the point where the bounce will start, while pressing
and holding the Record (0) button, press the Play (7) button, press the
Play (7) button to bounce the track.
Press the Stop (8) button at the point where you want to stop the
Confirming the result
Raise the bounce destination TRACK LEVEL knob (turn other TRACK LEVEL
knobs all the way down) and the MASTER LEVEL knob, and start playback
from the beginning of the song. If you are not satisfied with the result
because, for example, the balance between instruments is poor, or the pan
settings are wrong, use the undo function. (See “Undoing operations (undo)”
on page 58.)
If you are satisfied with the result, when the recorder is stopped press the REC
MODE button to open the
screen and select
After bouncing tracks, you can record again on (overwrite) tracks other than
the bounce tracks.
If it is possible that you might need the original tracks at some later
time, back-up the track data to a computer or copy the song before
bouncing(See “Copying songs” on page 48.) (See “Connecting with a
computer” on page 84.)