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You can record audio at Songs are recorded on a card along with the ABS time 00m You can see “clk” at the right-top. Note that the remaining time shown on the screen is an approximate time.

Input monitor and repro monitor Each of the MR-8 tracks has two output modes: In the repro monitor mode, the track playback signal is output. You can connect a gui- tar, microphone, keyboard, etc.

You can use two pairs of stereo headphones with the MR Selects the play mode from among normal, auto play, auto return and loop see page In the menu mode, this key is used for charac- ter entry of A aB bC c and 1 see page Card slot A CompactFlash card is inserted to this slot see page Battery compartment To use the MR-8 with batteries, insert six stan- dard alkaline AA-type batteries to this compart- ment see page When shipped, the supplied card is inserted.

If mf8 insert or remove a card when the power is on, the card may be damaged or the recorded data may be lost. You do not have to shut down the MR-8 before janual it off. The MR-8 turns on the power. After the LCD display shows the startup screen, the demo manaul Song The recorded demo song is loaded. See page 25 for formatting a card with the MR The screen now shows the song list in which you see the new song added.

The MR-8 starts formatting. The screen exits the “Card Format” menu, and automatically change to the “Select Song” You can connect sound sources, recorders, a monitor amplifier, headphones, a personal computer, etc. Otherwise, the noise generated when making connection or disconnection may damage external equipment.

In this condition, the previously loaded song or the demo song when you first use the MR-8 with the supplied card is loaded and the recorder is located at the begin- ning of the song. In the menu mode, you can make setting or editing via the appropriate MENU screen. If a serious problem happens to the MR-8 during operation, an appropriate warning message is shown on the display. MR-8 recording basics Before starting recording, we recommend to understand the MR-8 recording basics such as the relation between the input jacks and tracks and useful recording functions mahual below.

Relation between the input jacks and tracks The MR-8 provides eight tracks 1 through 8 and you can record onto a selected mono track or stereo tracks at a time. Each simulation effect can produce the similar sonic PEAK performance that it would have with the ac- tual modeled microphone or guitar amplifier.

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Track 1 is armed, while manuaal number “1” starts flashing on the screen. In the song name display section on the screen, the remaining time available recording time of the card is shown. Raising these faders allows you to monitor the input sound. If these faders are not raised, you cannot monitor the sound via headphones. The screen shows the input levels of tracks 5 and 6, as well as the output levels of the stereo outputs L and R.

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See page tostex for details about the loop function.

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The following describes how to use the effects and details about each effect. You m8r apply the reverb or delay to play- back signals fotex tracks 1 through 4 during mixdown and track bounce. Using the mastering effects The MR-8 provides the dedicated mastering ef- fects for the stereo busses L and R. You can use the mastering effects when bounc- ing more than one track to stereo tracks or when mixing down tracks 1 through 8 to stereo and sent to an external master recorder for manyal ing.

Two modes of track bounce are msnual We recommend to make rehearsal thoroughly until you satisfy the sound. This process is called “mixdown”. Generally, a digital recorder does not have a facility for controlling the digital input level. Adjust the level appropriately so that the level meter of the master recorder shows “0” This chapter describes basic and advanced playback functions of the MR Basic playback In the following description, it is assumed that a CompactFlash card with recorded data is set in the slot.

You can change the pre-roll and post-roll time within the range between 0. You can select the post-roll time between 0. The display shows the home screen of the selected song. The display now shows the screen in which “Rename Song” is highlighted. The MR-8 exits the menu mode and the display flashing shows the home screen of the current song.

The display now shows the confirmation screen for deleting the song. The MR-8 asks for confirmation because you cannot undo deleting the song. The protection can be released when- ever you want. To keep a recorded song, we recommend to pro- tect it. The display shows “Please Wait! The display returns show to the screen in which “Move Track” is highlighted.

Press the [MENU] key to exit the menu mode and copy the desired data to the clipboard be- fore carrying out the paste operation. The display now shows the part edit menu selec- tion screen, in which “Erase Part” is highlighted ini- tially. The display returns show to the screen in which “Change Part” is highlighted.

For example, by synchronizing a sequencer with the MR-8 during playback, you can mix down signals such as a vocal, guitar, etc. See the operation manual of the sequencer for details.

The sequencer also starts playback while synchronizing to the MR Using the rhythm guide function The MR-8 provides the metronome function which can output the guide click for recording. The current bar offset flashes “-2bar” by defaultshowing that you can now edit it. Then, in order to use the rhythm guide function, continue to the procedure for click level setting described on page To edit the tempo map you created, see below.

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When mixing down tracks or recording the mixed stereo signals to an external master recorder, set the “Click Level” to “Off”. When completing the conversion, the screen shows “Completed! The MR-8 quits the conversion function and the display returns to the home screen. To disconnect the MR-8 from the personal computer after completing the data export, make sure that the [RECORD] key indica- tor of the MR-8 is not lit, and follow the procedure for hardware disconnection of Windows.

By initializing the MR-8, you can initialize all global menu settings common to all songs, as well as the time base and display contrast level.

Cannot record audio data of a song onto an external digital recorder.

Check the connection, as well as the optical cable see page Page of Go. Table of Contents Add to my manuals Add. Fostex MR8 Operation Manual 3 pages.

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Ac adapter for mr-8mkii digital multi track recorder 2 pages. Fostex digital multitracker owner’s manual mr16 pages. Table Of Contents Introduction Introduction You can record audio at Time Base You can see “clk” at the right-top. Remain Display Note that the remaining time shown on the screen is an approximate time. Page 13 Selects the play mode from among normal, auto play, auto return and loop see page About Recording Medium When shipped, the supplied card is inserted.

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Connections You can connect sound sources, recorders, a monitor amplifier, headphones, a personal computer, etc. Display In this condition, the previously loaded song or the demo song when you first use the MR-8 with the supplied card is loaded and the recorder is located at the begin- ning of the song. Mr-8 Recording Basics MR-8 recording basics Before starting recording, we recommend to understand the MR-8 recording basics such as the relation between the input jacks and tracks and useful recording functions described below.

Recording Onto A Single Track Track 1 is ,r8, while track number “1” he flashing on the screen. Mixdown This process is called “mixdown”. Playback Functions This chapter describes basic and advanced playback functions of the MR Editing A Song “Select Song” is highlighted. Selecting An Unnecessary Song The display now shows the confirmation screen for deleting the song.

Using The Rhythm Guide Function Using the rhythm guide function The MR-8 provides the metronome function which can output the guide click for recording.

Page 83 Then, in order to use the rhythm guide function, continue to the procedure for click level setting described on page Setting The Click Level When fostdx down tracks or recording the mixed stereo signals to an external master recorder, set the “Click Level” to “Off”.