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The disc will click into place and be level with the tray.
4 Press the tray to close it. The tray will click when
Writing to a CD
When writing to a CD the procedure differs when you are
choosing multiple stereo master tracks and when you
are using only one track. In this example, we will select
multiple stereo masters to create a CD that can be played
in ordinary CD players.
For details about writing to a CD, see “Creating an Audio
CD” on page 72.
1 In mixdown mode, press the CD button to open the
2 Use the DATA wheel to select
press the F4 (¥) button to open a list of songs that
have recorded stereo master tracks.
3 Use the DATA wheel to select a song that you want
to write to the CD, and press the F4 (✔) button to
check the box for the selected song. Press the F4 (✔)
button again to uncheck the box.
4 Repeat step 3 as necessary.
5 When you have decided the songs to write to
the disc, press the F2 (
) button to open the
WRITE SONG LIST
screen. On this screen, you
can change the order that the stereo master tracks
will be written to the CD and set the gaps between
them. (For details about changing song order and
length, see “Creating an Audio CD” on page 57.)
6 Press the F2 (
) button to mount the CD and
then open a pop-up confirmation message.
7 Press the F3 (
) button to begin writing to the
8 After writing completes, a message appears asking
whether you want to write another CD with the
Press the F3 (
) button if you want to write
another CD with the same contents. If not, press
the F4 (
) button to complete the procedure.
Eject the CD
1 In multitrack mode, press the CD button to open
The disc tray will not open when the Home Screen or a
menu screen is shown. Open the disc tray when the
screen is shown.
2 Press the F2(
) button or the disc tray eject button
on the right side panel to open the tray slightly.
Pull the tray out until it opens completely.
Hold the disc by its edges and lift it out
Do not lift the disc forcibly. Doing so could damage the
unit or the disc.
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