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American DJ AUDIO Los Angeles, CA 90058 USA www.americandj.com
IMPORTANT SAFETY ITEMS FOR U.S.A. & CANADA MODEL ONLY
WARNING: TO PREVENT FIRE OR SHOCK HAZARD, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS CD PLAYER TO WATER OR MOISTURE
NOTE: This CD player uses a semiconductor laser. It is recommended for use in a room at the following temperature: 41F - 95F / 5C - 35C
CAUTION TO PREVENT ELECTRIC SHOCK DO NOT USE THIS (POLARIZED) PLUG WITH AN EXTENSION CORD, RECEPTACLE OR OTHER OUTLET UNLESS THE BLADES CAN BE CAREFULLY INSERTED TO PREVENT BLADE EXPOSURE
CAUTION: 1. Handle the power supply cord carefully. Do not damage or deform; it may cause electric shock or malfunction when used. Hold plug attachment when removing from wall outlet. Do not pull on the cord. 2. To avoid electric shock, do not open the top cover when the unit is plugged in. If problems occur with the unit, call your local American DJ AUDIO dealer. 3. Do not place metal objects or spill liquid inside the CD player. Electric shock or malfunction may occur. Please record and retain the model name and serial number from your rating label for future reference.

CAUTION:

USE OF CONTROLS OR ADJUSTMENTS OTHER THAN THOSE SPECIFIED HEREIN MAY RESULT IN HAZARDOUS RADIATION EXPOSURE THE COMPACT DISC PLAYER SHOULD NOT BE ADJUSTED OR REPAIRED BY ANYONE EXCEPT PROPERLY QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL.
This unit may cause interference to radio and television reception.
Model No._________________________ Serial No._________________________

Line Voltage Selection

The desired voltage may be set with the VOLTAGE SELECTOR switch on the rear panel (using a flat head screw driver). Do not force the VOLTAGE SELECTOR switch as this may cause damage If the VOLTAGE SELECTOR switch does not move smoothly, please contact a qualified service technician.
CAUTION Do not open risk of electric shock
CAUTION: TO REDUCE THE RISK OF ELECTRIC SHOCK, DO NOT REMOVE THE COVER RACK. THERE ARE NO USER SERVICEABLE PARTS INSIDE REFER SERVICE TO YOUR AUTHORIZED AMERICAN DJ AUDIO DEALER.
The lightning flash with an arrow triangular symbol is intended to alert the user to the presence of non insulated dangerous voltage within the products enclosure, and may be of sufficient magnitude to constitute a risk of electric shock. The exclamation point triangular symbol is intended to alert the user to the presence of important operating and maintenance (servicing) instructions in the user manual accompanying the CD player.

VOLTAGE SELECTOR switch

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SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS

I. Read Instructions - All the safety and operating instructions should be read before the CD Player is operated. 2. Save Instructions - The safety and operating instructions should be saved for future reference. 3. Heed Warnings - All warnings on the CD Player and in the operating instructions should be adhered to. 4. Follow Instructions - All operating and user instructions should be followed. 5. Water and Moisture - The player should not be used near water - for example, near a bath tub, washbowl, kitchen sink, laundry tub, in a wet basement or near a swimming pool, etc. 6. Ventilation - The CD Player should be situated so that its location or position does not interfere with its proper ventilation. For example, the CD player should not be situated on a bed, sofa, rug, or similar surface that may block the ventilation openings; or, placed in a built-in installation, such as a bookcase or cabinet that may impede the flow of air through the ventilation openings. 7. Heat - The CD player should be situated away from heat sources such as radiators, heat registers, stoves, or other appliances (including amplifiers) that produce heat. 8. Power Sources - The CD player should be connected to a power supply only of the type described in the operating instructions or as marked on the CD Player. 9. Grounding or Polarization - Precautions should be taken so that the grounding or polarization means of an appliance is not defeated. 10. Power-Cord Protection - Power supply cords should be routed so that they are not likely to be walked on or pinched by items placed upon or against them, paying particular attention to cords at plugs, convenience receptacles, and the point where they exit from the CD Player. 11. Cleaning - The CD Player should be cleaned only as recommended by the manufacturer. 12. Non-use Periods - The power cord of the CD Player should be unplugged from the outlet when left unused for a long period of time 13. Object and Liquid Entry - Care should be taken so that objects do not fall and liquids are not spilled into the enclosure through openings. 14. Damage Requiring Service - The Player should be serviced by qualified service personnel when: A. The power-supply cord or the plug has been damaged. B. Objects have fallen, or liquid has been spilled into the CD Player. C. The CD Player has been exposed to rain or water. D. The CD Player does not appear to operate normally or exhibits a marked change in performance. E. The CD Player has been dropped, or the enclosure damaged. 15. Servicing - The user should not attempt to service the CD Player beyond that described in the operating instructions. All other servicing should be referred to qualified service personnel.

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SET-UP

1. Checking the Contents Be sure your Pro Scratch 1 was shipped with the following: 1) Pro Scratch 1 Professional CD player. 2) Operating instructions (this booklet). 3) One (1) set of RCA cables. 4) One (1) 1/8 mini plug. 5) Warranty card. 2. Installing the Units Place your unit on a flat surface or mount it in a flat surface case 3. Connections 1) Be sure the power is disconnected. 2) Connect the included RCA cable from your Pro Scratch 1 outputs to the inputs on your mixer. 3) Use the supplied 1/8 mini plug cable to connect your Pro Scratch 1 to a mini jack connection (A or B ) on a compatible American DJ Fader Q Start mixer. (This will enable the Fader Q Start function - See Q start control pg. 5) CAUTION: Be sure to use the supplied control cables. Using other types of cable may result in unit damage Be sure the power is off when connecting the control cables, otherwise the units may not work properly.
CAUTION: The player will work normally when the main unit is mounted with the front panel within 15 degrees of the vertical plane If the unit is tilted excessively, disks may not be loaded or unloaded properly. (Figure 1)
CAUTION: The LCD is designed to be clearly visible within the angles shown in Figure 2. Mount the control unit so that the visual angle is within this range.

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Figure 2

GENERAL NOTES ON USE

Avoid high temperatures. Allow for sufficient heat dispersion when installed in a case. Handle the power cord carefully. Hold the power cord from the plug when unplugging the cord. Never pull from the cable! Keep the unit free from moisture, water, and dust. Unplug the power cord when not using the unit for a long periods of time. Do not obstruct the ventilation holes. (For units with ventilation holes.) Do not allow foreign material to enter the unit. Do not let insecticides, benzene, or thinner come in contact with the surface of the unit. Never disassemble or modify your unit in any way, doing so will void your manufactures warranty.

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MAIN FEATURES

8 times over sampling 1 bit D/A converter Auto cue 1/75th second frame search Real time cue (Cue on the Fly) 4 different speed scan Pitch display Digital RCA coaxial output Large bright Digital Screen can be viewed from wide angles. Fader Q Start Control (a) Seamless Loop (uninterrupted loop playback) Sampler (Forward & Reverse Sampling) Bop Effect (b) Flip-Flop (Relay Playback) (c) Adjustable Pitch Percentages: +/-8%, +/-12% or +/-16% Jog Wheel Pitch Bend +/-100% Memory Backup, Defaults to last setting (d) Instant Start within 10 ms (sound is produced immediately when the PLAY button is pressed) 3 Programmable Cue (Flash Start ) Buttons Slot Loading Drive - No more Transport Tray 384 programmable Cue Points (128 x 3) (e)
(a) FADER Q START CONTROL: This feature is used in conjunction with American DJ mixers that also feature Fader Q Start control. For best results use this feature with two (2) Pro Scratch 1 players. Connect your Pro Scratch 1s as described in the set-up section of this manual. After set-up is completed load your players. By moving the mixers crossfader from left to right you can start and pause your Pro Scratch 1 playback functions. For Example, when using two (2) Pro Scratch 1 players and a Fader Q Start mixer, if your mixers crossfader is all the way to the left (player one is playing, player two is in cue or pause mode), and you move the fader at least 20% to the right, player two (2) will begin to play and player one (1) will return to cue mode. When the crossfader is to the right, and you move it 20% to the left, player one (1) will begin to play and player two (2) will return to its cue point. You can create great effects similar to scratching with this feature. After storing cue points on each side of the CD player, different songs or samples may quickly be recalled by moving the mixer crossfader back and forth. New cue points can be easily selected on the Pro Scratch 1 player (see setting cue points page 13). Q Start control is easy to use and mastering this feature will help you create amazing effects with your music. Note: For proper Q Start operation be sure your mixers Hamster setting are set to 1/2 (Normal Setting). (b) BOP EFFECT: The Bop Effect button serves two features. First, it is a stutter effect, creating a sound similar to a sampler. Second, it will return to the last Cue point in memory instantly. This will allow you to create great effects. To create the BOP Effect, see BOP Effect on page 15. (c) FLIP-FLOP: This feature is used in conjunction with American DJ mixers that also feature Fader Q Start. For FLIP-FLOP results you must use two (2) Pro Scratch 1 players. Connect your Pro Scratch 1s as described in the set-up section of this manual. This feature will start the next player once one (1) player has ended. For example, if player one (1) is playing a disc and it ends, player two (2) will instantly begin to play. You may set FLIP-FLOP to play track to track or disc to disc. For more information on this feature, see FLIP-FLOP on page 18. (d) MEMORY BACKUP: The Pro Scratch 1 has a five (5) year memory back-up, that will save your setting in case the power supply is accidentally disconnected. Pro Scratch 1 will remember your last setting (repeat, SGL, CTN, and effect parameters) even if you disconnect your main power. The Pro Scratch 1 will store your cue points in memory if you accidentally eject a disc or shut off the power. To store your settings into memory hold down the MEMORY BUTTON (7) for 5 seconds. (e) PROGRAMMABLE CUE POINTS: The Pro Scratch 1 has three Flash Start Buttons (8). 128 Cue points can be stored in each of the FLASH START BUTTONS (6), for a total of 384. These cue points can be stored into the unit's internal memory and may be recalled at any time.

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20. BOP - During play mode, pressing the BOP button will instantly return play to the last set cue point without interruption of music. Use this function to create a stutter effect. 21. (-) PITCH BEND BUTTON - The (-) pitch bend function creates a momentary Slow Down in the CDs BPMs (Beats per minute) while it is playing. This will allow you to match the beats between two playing CDs or other playing music source. Remember, this is a momentary function. When you remove your finger from the pitch button, the BPMs will automatically return to PITCH SLIDERS (17) pitch value Holding down this button will give a maximum of +100% pitch. Use this function to slow to another playing music source. Be sure to notice that this function is a momentary pitch adjustment, for a more precise adjustment use the PITCH SLIDER (17) to match the BPMs with another playing music source. 22. (+) PITCH BEND Button - The (+) pitch bend function creates a momentary BUMP in the CDs BPMs (Beats per minute) while it is playing. This will allow you to match the beats between two playing CDs or any other music source. Remember, this is a momentary function. When you remove your finger from this button, the BPMs will automatically return to PITCH SLIDERS (17) selected pitch. Holding down this button will give a maximum of +100% pitch. 23. PITCH PERCENTAGE BUTTON - This button will change the pitch percentage the PITCH SLIDER (17) will react to. The pitch percentage can be changed between 8%, 12%, and 16%. 8% will allow the least amount of pitch manipulation and 16% will allow the most amount of pitch manipulation. To adjust to the different values tap this button. The LED above the PITCH PERCENTAGE BUTTON (24) will indicate which pitch percentage mode you are in, glowing green for 8%, glowing orange for 12%, or glowing red for 16%. Note, the pitch button has to be turned on to get a LED reading. 24. PITCH ON/OFF BUTTON - This button is used to turn the PITCH SLIDER (17) function on and off. The PITCH BUTTONs LED will indicate the pitch function has been activated. 25. TIME BUTTON - The TIME button will switch the time value described in the TIME METER (56) between ELAPSED PLAYING TIME, TRACK REMAINING TIME, and TOTAL REMAINING TIME. 26. REV/PLAY - This button activates reverse play mode This function will play your track or sample in reverse. All pitch and effect functions will operate normally in this mode 27. SGL/CTN - This function allows you to choose between single track play or continuous track play (all tracks in order). This function also operates in PROGRAM and FLIP FLOP modes. 28. PARAMETERS - This button activates the parameters mode. You use the parameters mode to adjust and customize your effects settings. 29. TRANS/PAN EFFECT - This button is used to activate and deactivate either the TRANS or PAN effects. See built-in effects on page 22. 30. FLANGER/ECHO EFFECT - This button is used to activate and deactivate either the FLANGER or ECHO effects. See built-in effects on page 22. 31. EJECT/STOP - Pressing this button will eject a CD. NOTE: The disc will not eject unless the player is in cue or pause mode, this prevent accidentally ejecting the disc when in play mode.

. REAR PANEL (FIGURE 4)

32. AUDIO OUT R & L - Audio out signals. Connect stereo RCA cable from AUDIO OUT to a mixer's line input. 33. FLASH MINI JACK - This jack will allow you to use the crossfader of a compatible American DJ "Q" series mixer to activate any of three samples that may be stored in the FLASH BUTTONS (6). Connect the supplied mini-plug from FLASH jack on the rear of your unit to a compatible. American DJ mixers CONTROL out. 34. CUE MINI JACK - Connect the supplied miniplug from CUE jack on the rear of your unit to a compatible. American DJ mixers CONTROL out. This feature is only available on American DJs
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Q series mixers. 35. DIGITAL OUT - Use this connection to create near perfect copies of your disc to a Mini disc, CD-R, or any other digital recording device. 36. HEADPHONE MONITOR - Use this stereo jack to connect a pair of headphones. 37. HEADPHONE VOLUME CONTROL - This knob will control the volume output level of the HEADPHONE JACK (36). 38. VOLTAGE SELECTOR - Because power supplies vary from location to location we have incorporated a selectable power supply. This switch can select a voltage input of 115V or 230V. Always disconnect the power plug before changing the voltage. 39. POWER CONNECTOR - This connection is used to connect your main power. Be sure that your local power matches the units required power. 40. POWER SWITCH - This switch is used to turn your units power on and off. 46. RELOOP INDICATOR - Appears when LOOP is engaged or ready to be engaged. 47. PAUSE INDICATOR - This indicator will glow when the drive is in pause mode. 48. TRACK INDICATOR - This indicator describes which track is currently cued or is playing. 49. CUE INDICATOR - This indicator will glow when the unit is in CUE or mode and will flash every time a new CUE POINT is set. 50, 51, 52. TIME METERS - These indicators will detail the current Minutes, Seconds, and Frames. The meter will display either the elapse, total, or remaining time of a track or the entire disc. The display time will depend on the selected time function. The selected time function will be displayed above the TIME METER as TOTAL REMAIN (57), REMAIN (57) OR ELAPSE (58). 53. MEMORY BUCKET INDICATOR - This indicates serves two functions. The red bucket outline details the cue memory status, a full bucket outline indicates the cue memory is full. The five bars in the memory bucket detail the anti-shock memory state. Each bar indicates 2 second of digital anti-shock 54. BPM/PITCH METER - This meter will display either the BPM's or pitch percentage applied by the PITCH SLIDER (17). The meters definition will be indicated by either BPM or PITCH (55). 55. TIME BAR INDICATOR - This bar gives a visual approximation of a track's or disc's time This bar will begin to flash when a track is ending. The flashing bar is great reminder, that time is running out to get that next track ready to go. 56. TOTAL/REMAIN INDICATOR - When TOTAL is indicated in the LCD DISPLAY (1) the TIME DESCRIBED (50, 51, & 52) in the LCD will define the total disc remaining time. When REMAIN is indicated in the LCD DISPLAY (1) the TIME DESCRIBED (50, 51, & 52) in the LCD will define the current track's remaining time. 57. ELAPSE INDICATOR - When this indicator is on it will define the time displayed in the TIME METER (50, 51, & 52) as the current tracks elapse time.

Figure 20
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3) Press the OUT BUTTON (18) to set the ending point for your SEAMLESS LOOP (Figure 13). The IN BUTTON (12) and OUT B TTON (18) LEDs will U begin to flash indicating SEAMLESS LOOP mode has been activated.
LOOP INDICATORS - During a seamless loop, the LOOP (4 ) and RELOOP 4 (45) INDIC TORS will light in the LC DISPLAY (1) indication a loop is active. A D

Figure 21

EXITING A LOOP - To exit a SEAMLESS LOOP, press the
OUT BUTTON (18). The IN B TTON (12) and OUT B TTON U U (18) LEDs will remain on, but will stop flashing. Music playback will resume normal play (Figure 13). The IN B TTON (12) and U OUT B TTON (18) LEDs will remain on to remind you that a U loop is stored in memory.

Figure 22

REPLAY LOOP - The RELOOP (19) function allows you to return to your stored loop at any time. The IN B TTON (12) and OUT B TTON (18) LEDs U U will indicate a loop is stored in memory, and may be played at any time. To replay the loop, press the RELOOP BUTTON (19). The IN B TTON (12) and U OUT B TTON (18) LEDs will again begin to flash indicating SEAMLESS LOOP U mode has been activated (Figure 14) and your stored loop will immediately begin to play.

Figure 23

11. EDITING A LOOP:
Please note you can only edit the ending point of the loop. You may make your loop shorter or longer. Before you can edit your seamless loop you obviously must first have created a seamless loop to edit. If you havent created a SEAMLESS LOOP, follow the instructions in step 10. If a SEAMLESS LOOP has already been created, press the RELOOP BUTTON (19) to activate your SEAMLESS LOOP (Figure 23) if it is not already playing. To edit your seamless loops ending point: 1) Press the OUT BUTTON (18) to return to normal play from the loops cue point. (Figure 20). This will disengage the SEAMLESS LOOP mode and allows you to edit the loops ending point. 2) Press the OUT BUTTON (18) again when you reach your new ending point (Figure 21). - FOR A SHORTER LOOP: Press the OUT BUTTON (18) at sooner point in the track (Figure 21). - FOR LONGER LOOP: Press the OUT BUTTON (14) at later point in the track (Figure 21).
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12. Using the Built In Sampler:
Your Pro Scratch 1 comes with a built in sampler. You may store up to three samples on the three FLASH BUTTON (6). Your sample can be a maximum of 6.5 seconds in length. A sample can be recalled while a CD is playing, while the CD drive is in PAUSE MODE, or even without the CD in the player. You may play your sample at anytime without music interruption. If you play your sample when the unit is already in playback mode you sample will over lap the current music source. You can also play your sample once or in a continuous loop. As with cue points you may store a maximum of 384 (128 x 3) samples in a drives memory. The MEMORY BUCKET (53) on the LCD DISPLAY (1) will approximate the remaining memory.

To create a sample:

1) Initialize a loop (see looping page 13). If your loop is longer than 6.5 seconds it can not be stored as a sample and will stored as a Cue Point.

Figure 24

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2) Press the MEMORY BUTTON (7). The MEMORY CUE BUTTON (1) Red LED will glow indicating memory is ready to be stored. 4) 5)
3) Select one of the three FLASH BUTTON (6) you wish to store your loop in and press that button.
The red MEMORY BUTTON (7) LED will turn off, when your sample is locked into memory. At this point your sample has been stored into memory. The original loop you used to create the sample will remain playing until the OUT BUTTON (18) is pressed (Figure 26).

Figure 26

6) Your sample can now be recalled at any time even when the unit is in PAUSE MODE. To recall the sample be sure the sample function is on, by pressing the SAMPLE BUTTON (8) until the red sample button LED turns on. To play your sample in a continuos loop leave the sample function on. To play your sample just once, turn the sample function off immediately after initiating your sample. With the sample function on the sample will continue to play until the sample function is turned off.
7) Important Notice: If you try to activate your sample without turning the sample function on, the Flash button (6) will act as cue points!

Figure 27

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Changing the Sample Parameters: Changing the sample parameters allows you to change the sample's volume and pitch. The parameters values for both the pitch and volume settings range from 00:00 to 20:00, 00:00 being the lowest value. A higher value will increase the pitch percentage or volume. It's important to understand that the pitch value is basic a speed adjustment and has nothing to do tonal quality. The values can be either a momentary change or set adjustment. The sample values are changed in three easy steps, while in sample playback mode:
Changing the Sample Parameters - Step 1:
PARAMETER SGL/CTN ON/OFF REV/PLAY
While a sample is playing tap the PARAMETERS BUTTON (28). One tap will display SP in the LCD DISPLAY (1). If you tap the PARAMETERS BUTTON (28) again, SV will read out in the LCD DISPLAY (1). SP will signify the pitch percentage and SV will signify the sample volume. is your default setting - Normal playback. Any adjustments will be based on this default setting.

Figure 28

Changing the Sample Parameters - Step 2:
PARAMETER SGL/CTN ON/OFF ON/OFF
Hold Function - This mode will allow you to save and lock your parameter adjustments, if the hold function is not activated all your parameter adjustments will be momentary. Once you are in the parameters mode you can begin to make your adjustments.

Figure 29

Changing the Sample Parameters - Step 3:
Use the JOG WHEEL (14) to change your selected parameters. Turning the wheel in a clockwise rotation will increase your parameters - this will wither increase the volume or increase the pitch. Turning the wheel in counter-clockwise direction will decrease the parameters value - either decreasing the volume or decreasing the pitch. If you turn the HOLD BUTTON (2) in the previous step, you would turn the hold function off to save your settings.

Figure 30

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13. Reverse Play:

Reverse play allows you to play a track, loop, or sample backwards. This function is activated by pressing the REV/PLAY BUTTON (26) as in figure 31. This function will react differently to different playback modes: - Reverse track/disc play. In this mode the unit will playback in reverse until American DJ the reverse function is turned off. If the reverse function is not turned off 00 :160 the unit will continue to play the remainder of the disc in reverse mode until it reach the begging of the disc. When the unit comes to the beginning it will automatically cue to the first track. If the unit is paused in this mode it will continue to play in reverse when playback begins again. - Reverse loop play. In this mode the loop will play in reverse once and turn off. If the reverse function is turned off at this point, the loop will continue in regular play. If the OUT BUTTON (18) is pressed during reverse loop playback mode, playback will continue in reverse until the reverse function - Reverse sample play. In this mode the unit will play the sample in reverse continuously, until the reverse function is turned off. If another sample is selected that sample will also play in reverse mode. If a sample is activated over a track both the track and the sample will play in reverse until the Figure 31 reverse function is turned off.
PROGRAM NONSTOP EFFECT CUE ELAPSED TOTAL REMAIN SINGLE LOOP

REV/PLAY

14. Creating a BOP Effect:
The Bop Effect is a stutter effect that is similar to turntable scratching. You can use this effect to create tricks in your mixing. Creating a BOP effect is a simple process:
1) Press the PLAY/PAUSE BUTTON (15) so music is playing (Figure 32).

Figure 32

2) Press the IN BUTTON (12) (Figure 33) at the point you want your BOP to take place.
3) Now tap the BOP BUTTON (20). It will produce a stutter effect as quickly as you tap on the BOP BUTTON (20). See Figure 34.

Figure 33

4) When you discontinue the BOP effect normal playback will resume from the point you initial started your BOP.

Figure 34

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15. FLASH START BUTTONS (6):
These button are used to store your samples and cue points. Only a sample or a cue point can be stored in to each of these three banks. When a sample is store in to these banks you may use the sample starting point as a cue point. The FLASH BUTTONS instantly recall and play any of your stored samples or cue points without interrupting music playback. When in sample mode (see "Using the Built-In Sampler" on page 15) during playback, pressing any of the FLASH BUTTON that has a sample stored in it and your sample will immediately begin to play without interruption of music. If the unit is sample mode and the drive is in pause, pressing any of the FLASH BUTTON that has a sample stored in it will immediately begin to play the sample.
16. CHANGING THE TIME DISPLAY (49 & 50)/TIME BAR (51):
DURING NORMAL PLAYBACK, pressing the TIME BUTTON (25), will change the time display information (49, 50, 56, & 57) in the LCD see figure 35. The following is a break down of the time settings and their definitions: 1) ELAPSED (57) - This describes the time in the LCD (49, 50, &52) as the current TRACKS Elapse running time. 2) REMAIN (56) - This describes the time in the LCD (49, 50, &52) as the current TRACKS remaining running time. 3) TOTAL REMAIN (56) - This describes the time in the LCD (49, 50, &52) as the disc total remaining running time. TIME BAR INDICATOR - Details the time defined in the TIME METER (49 & 50) as a visual bar icon. As with the TIME METER (49 & 50) this bar is also dependent on the selected time function [TOTAL REMAIN (56), REMAIN (56) OR ELAPSE (57)]. This bar will begin to flash when a track is ending regardless of which time funct on you are in. Use the flashing bar as a visual reminder that a track is ending.

Figure 35

17. FLIP-FLOP
This feature is kind of auto pilot. When you are using two Pro Scratch 1 players and an American DJ Q Deck mixer, you can have one player begin playback when the other ends. You can Flip Flop single tracks, the entire disc, or a combination of the two. To FLIP LOP single tracks: -F 1) Connect your system as described in the set up section on page 4. 2) Set your American DJ Q Deck mixers crossfader to the center position. 3) Set your two Pro Scratch 1 to playback in single mode, SINGLE (43) should be indicated in the LCD DISPLAY (1). 4) Load your two Pro Scratch 1 with audio disc. 5) After they have both cued, press the PLAY/PAUSE BUTTON (15) on one of your drive to begin playback. 6) After the first players single track has ended the second players track will immediately begin playback. 7) FLIP FLOP will continue until you stop it or power is interrupted. To Flip Flop entire CDs: Be sure your drives are both in continuous play mode, make sure SINGLE MODE (43) does not appear in the LCD DISPLAY'S (1) of both players. Follow all directions for single track FLIP FLOP above. When one players disc ends the other player will immediately begin playback.

The JOG WHEEL (14) will temporarily bend the pitch if a track is in play mode Rotating the wheel in a clockwise direction will increase your track pitch and rotating the wheel in a counter-clockwise direction will slow your track pitch. The speed you rotate the JOG WHEEL (14) will determine pitch bend percentage (%).

Figure 38

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18. PITCH ADJUSTMENTS:

This function will increase or decrease the tracks playback speed or "PITCH," this is not a momentary change as in "PITCH BENDING" on page 19. The maximum pitch bend percentage allowed is +/-16%. The PITCH SLIDER (17) is used to decrease or increase the playback pitch. If the slider is move up (towards the top of the unit) the pitch will decrease, if the slider is moved down (towards the bottom of the unit) the pitch will increase. The PITCH SLIDER (17) adjustment can be changed to range from +/-8%, +/-12%, or +/-16% (See changing "PITCH SLIDER PERCENTAGE RANGE" figure 41 below). The pitch adjustments will effect playback, reverse playback, and your loops. The pitch adjustments will not effect your samples.
Activating the Pitch Slider (17): To activate the PITCH SLIDER (17) you must turn on the pitch adjustment function. Press the ON/OFF BUTTON (24) located in the pitch control section. The ON/OFF BUTTON (24) LED will glow when the function is activated. If the pitch function is not activated the PITCH SLIDER (17) will not function, however the pitch bend buttons will function normally.

Figure 39

Using the Pitch Slider (17): To use the pitch slider (17) slide the slider
up and down. Down will increase the pitch and up will decrease the pitch. When the slider is in the center position, a green LED just left of the slider will glow. When this slider is glowing there is zero pitch being applied to the track, regardless if the pitch function is on or off.

Figure 40

Adjusting the Pitch Slider's Range (17): You may change the pitch slider's (17) operating range. To change the operating range be sure the pitch function is turned on, see figure 39. The pitch percentage can be changed between 8%, 12%, and 16%. 8% will allow the least amount of pitch manipulation and 16% will allow the most amount of pitch manipulation. To adjust to the different values tap the 8% 12% 16% button (23). The LED above the PITCH PERCENTAGE BUTTON will indicate which pitch percentage mode you are in by, glowing green for 8%, glowing orange for 12%, or glowing red for 16%. Note, the pitch percentage must be activated to get a LED reading.

Figure 41

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BASIC OPERATIONS - BUILT-IN EFFECTS

The Pro Scratch 1 comes with nine built in effects. These effects can be used one at a time or you may choose to overlap the effects and use up to four at a time. The Built-in effects include Scratch, Fade, Skid, Coast,Flanger, Echo, Robot, Transform, and Pan. It is important to understand that only one effect per an effect bank can be turned on at one time, but all four effects banks can be used at a time. For example the Flanger, Echo, and Robot are all stored in the same effects bank but only one can be used at a time. When any of the effects are activated, the EFFECT (42) icon will display in the LCD (1). You can choose to use the effects with their default setting or you may choose customized each effect by changing the parameters. The parameters values for all the effects will range. Some effects will have more adjustable parameters than others. The parameters have two adjustable values, PR (Parameter Ratio) and PV (Parameter volume). All parameters will be reset to there default values when power is shut off.
Activating Parameter Mode: All the effects have adjustable parameters. The
PARAMETER SGL/CTN ON/OFF REV/PLAY 8%/12%/16% ON/OFF
parameters change the way the effect will react. To enter the parameter mode for any of effects, press the PARAMETER BUTTON (28) as in figure 42. When the parameter mode is selected the time display in the LCD (1) will change to indicate the parameters. Some effects have more adjustable parameter than others. Pressing the PARAMETER BUTTON (28) more than once will advance you to the next parameter adjustment, if there are no other adjustable parameters pressing the PARAMETER BUTTON (28) will return the time display in the LCD (1).

Figure 42

HOLD BUTTON: Use the HOLD BUTTON (2) to lock your customized
parameters. If the hold button is not activated any changes to your parameters will be momentary. To activate the hold function press the HOLD BUTTON (2) as in figure 43. When the hold function becomes activated, the hold button will light up blue.

Figure 43

SCRATCH/FADE EFFECT: The Scratch effect simulates real time turntable scratching. The fade effect fade the volume in and out. Pressing SCRATCH/FADE BUTTON (4) once will activate the scratch effect (figure 43). When the Scratch Effect is activated the SCRATCH/FADE BUTTON (4) will glow. To activate the Fade Effect, be sure the scratch effect is off and press and hold the SCRATCH/FADE BUTTON (4) until it begins to flash. A flashing button will represent the Fade Effect is active. The fade effect will fade the music out and bring back in. The fade time can be adjusted in the parameters setting from 0010 to 9990. 9990 will give you the longest fade out time. The fade value ranges from 10ms to ten seconds.

Figure 44

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SKID/COAST EFFECT: The Skid effect simulates the sudden platter stop of a
turntable, like pressing the stop button on a turntable. The COAST effect simulates a turntable slowly revving up to it's proper speed, or slowly winding down to a stop, like tuning the power off when a turntable is running. When the SKID effect is selected the SKID/COAST BUTTON (3) will glow. When the COAST effect is selected the SKID/COAST BUTTON (3) will flash repeatedly. The fade effect will fade the music out and bring back in. Both the Skid and Coast time parameters can be adjusted from 0010 to 9990. 9990 will give you the longest Skid and Coast times. The SKID/COAST value ranges from a 10ms to ten seconds.

Figure 45

FLANGER/ECHO/ROBOT EFFECT: The flanger effect distorts the output signal
and create an effect similar to the frequency phasing in and out of each other. The ECHO effect adds an echo to your output signal. The ROBOT effect distorts the output to simulates a sci-fi robot voice. When the FLANGER effect is selected the FLANGER/ECHO BUTTON (30) will glow. When the ECHO or ROBOT effect is selected the FLANGER/ECHO BUTTON (30) will flash repeatedly. ROBOT EFFECT: The ROBOT effect is activated in the ECHO parameters. To activate the ROBOT effect select the ECHO effect. After the Echo effect is activated enter the PT Parameters and turn the hold function on. Set the Parameter Time (PT) value to 0010 and use the Jog Wheel to create the effect by adjusting the Parameter Ratio (PR). FLANGER EFFECT: The FLANGER Effect has two adjustable parameters, Parameter Time (PT) and Parameter Ratio (PR). The PT will adjust the Flanger Mode and The PR will adjust the Flanger Frequency Range. ECHO EFFECT: The ECHO Effect has two adjustable parameters, Parameter Time (PT) and Parameter Ratio (PR). The PR will adjust the length of the echo (drop off time), and the PT will adjust the echo gap length.

Figure 46

TRANS/PAN EFFECT: The TRANS effect simulates a real-time mixer transformer
effect. The PAN effect allows you to pan the output from the left channel to the right channel. Pressing TRANS/PAN BUTTON (29) once will activate the TRANSFORMER effect (figure 47). When the TRANSFORMER effect is activated the TRANS/PAN BUTTON (29) will glow. To activate the PAN effect, press and hold the TRANS/PAN BUTTON (29) until it begins to flash. A flashing TRANS/PAN BUTTON (29) will represent the PAN effect. The fade time can be adjusted in the parameters setting from 0010 to 9990. 9990 will give you the longest fade out time. The Pan Value ranges from 10ms to ten seconds. TRANS EFFECT: The TRANS Effect has two adjustable parameters, Parameter Time and Parameter Ratio. The PT will adjust the Trans Speed and The PR will adjust the Trans Audio Length. The lower the PT value the faster the TRANS effect (PT 0500 = 1/2 second, PT 1000 = 1 second). PAN EFFECT: The PAN effect uses the PT value to pan left to Right. PT 0500 is the default setting which is center pan.

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User Guide and Reference Manual
4295 Charter Street Los Angeles Ca. 90058 www.americandj.com

Rev 02/02

CONTENTS
SAFETY REGULATIONS.....3 ELECTRICAL PRECAUTIONS....4 SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS.....5 VOLTAGE SELECTOR.....5 UNPACKING.....6 CUSTOMER SUPPORT....6 FEATURES.....7 SET-UP INSTALLATION....8 FUNCTIONS AND CONTROLS MAIN UNIT.....9 LC DISPLAY....13 BASIC OPERATIONS LOADING EJECTING DISC....14 SELECTING TRACKING....14 STARTING PLAYBACK...15 PAUSING PLAYBACK....15 FRAME SEARCH.....15 TRACK SCANNING (FAST FWD/FAST REV)..16 SETTING AND STORING CUE POINTS...16 CREATING A SEAMLESS LOOP...17 USING THE BUILT-IN SAMPLER...19 CREATING A BOP EFFECT....21 USING FLASH START BUTTONS...22 CHANGING TIME DISPLAY....22 SYSTEM MEMORY....23 SYSTEM LOCK....23 PITCH ADJUSTMENTS PITCH SLIDER....24 PITCH BENDING.....25 BUILT-IN EFFECTS SCRATCH/SKID....27 FILTER/PHASE....28 ECHO/FLANGER/ROBOT...28 TRANS/PAN....29 CHANGING PARAMETERS....29 FX MIX....30 JOG WHEEL SENSITIVITY.....32 FLIP-FLOP.....33 WARRANTY.....34 SPECIFICATIONS.....35

American Audio

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IMPORTANT INFORMATION IMPORTANT SAFETY ITEMS FOR U.S.A. & CANADA MODEL ONLY
NOTE: This CD player uses a semiconductor laser. It is recommended for use in a room at the following temperature: 41F - 95F / 5C - 35C
WARNING: TO PREVENT FIRE OR SHOCK HAZARD, DO NOT EXPOSE THIS CD PLAYER TO WATER OR MOISTURE
CAUTION TO PREVENT ELECTRIC SHOCK DO NOT USE THIS (POLARIZED) PLUG WITH AN EXTENSION CORD, RECEPTACLE OR OTHER OUTLET UNLESS THE BLADES CAN BE CAREFULLY INSERTED TO PREVENT BLADE EXPOSURE

CAUTION:

USE OF CONTROLS OR ADJUSTMENTS OTHER THAN THOSE SPECIFIED HEREIN MAY RESULT IN HAZARDOUS RADIATION EXPOSURE THE COMPACT DISC PLAYER SHOULD NOT BE ADJUSTED OR REPAIRED BY ANYONE EXCEPT PROPERLY QUALIFIED SERVICE PERSONNEL.
CAUTION: 1. Handle the power supply cord carefully. Do not damage or deform; it may cause electric shock or malfunction when used. Hold plug attachment when removing from wall outlet. Do not pull on the cord. 2. To avoid electric shock, do not open the top cover when the unit is plugged in. If problems occur with the unit, call your local American Audio dealer. 3. Do not place metal objects or spill liquid inside the CD player. Electric shock or malfunction may occur.
This unit may cause interference to radio and television reception. Please carefully read and understand the instructions in this manual thoroughly before attempting to operate this unit. These instructions contain important safety information regarding the use and maintenance of this unit. Take special care to follow all warning symbols and labels both on the unit and printed in this manual. Also, Please keep this manual with the unit, for future reference. CAUTION: TO PREVENT ELECTRIC SHOCK DO NOT USE THIS (POLARIZED) PLUG WITH AN EXTENSION CORD, RECEPTACLE, OR OTHER TYPE OF ELECTRICAL OUTLET UNLESS THE WIDE BLADES CAN BE CAREFULLY INSERTED INTO A MATCHING WIDE SLOT. ATTENTION: POUR PREVENIR LES CHOCS ELECTRIQUES NE PAS UTILISER CETTE FICHE POLARISEE AVEC UN PROLONGATEUR, UNE PRISE DE COURANT OU UNE AUTRE SORTIE DE COURANT, SAUF SI LES LAMES PEUVENT ETRE INSEREES A FOND SANS EN LAISSER AUCUNE PARTIE A DECOUVERT.
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Line Voltage Selection

The desired voltage may be set with the VOLTAGE SELECTOR switch on the rear panel (using a flat head screw driver). Do not force the VOLTAGE SELECTOR switch as this may cause damage If the VOLTAGE SELECTOR switch does not move smoothly, please contact a qualified service technician.
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VOLTAGE SELECTOR switch

The serial and model number for this unit is located on the rear panel. Please write down the numbers here and retain for future reference. Model No._____________________________ Serial No._____________________________ Purchase Notes: Date of Purchase_______________________ Dealer Name__________________________ Dealer Address_________________________ _________________________________________ _________________________________________ Dealer Phone__________________________
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UNPACKING

Every Pro-Scratch 2 has been thoroughly tested and has been shipped in perfect operating condition. Carefully check the shipping carton for damage that may have occurred during shipping. If the carton appears to be damaged, carefully inspect your CD player for any damage and be sure all equipment necessary to operate the CD player has arrived intact. In the event damage has been found or parts are missing, please contact our toll free customer support number for further instructions. Please do not return the CD player to your dealer without rst contacting customer support.

INTRODUCTION

Introduction: Congratulations and thank you for purchasing the American Audio Pro-Scratch 2 CD player. This CD player is a representation of American Audios continuing commitment to produce the best and highest quality audio products possible at an affordable price. Please read and understand this manual completely before attempting to operate your new CD player. This booklet contains important information concerning the proper and safe operation of your new CD player. Customer Support: American Audio provides a toll free customer support line, to provide set up help and answer any question should you encounter problems during your initial set up or operation. You may also visit us on the web at www.americandj.com for any comments or suggestions. Service Hours are Monday through Friday 9:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Pacic Standard Time. Voice: (800) 322-6337 Fax: (323) 582-2610 E-mail: support@americandj.com Caution! There are no user serviceable parts inside this CD player. Do not attempt any repairs yourself, without being instructed to do so by an authorized American Audio service technician. Doing so will void your manufactures warranty. In the unlikely event your CD player may require service, please contact American Audio customer support. Do not discard the packing carton in the trash. Please recycle when ever possible.

SET-UP PRECAUTIONS

Please be sure to make any connections before plugging the CD player in to an electrical outlet. All fader and volume controls should be set to zero or minimum position, before the CD player is switched on. If the CD player has been exposed to drastic temperature uctuation (e.g. after transportation), do not switch on the CD player immediately. The arising condensation of water might damage your device. Leave the device switched off until it has reached room temperature. Operating Determinations: When installing this CD player, please make sure that the device is not exposed or will not be exposed to extreme heat, moisture or dust! Do not operate the CD player in extremely hot (more than 30/100F) or extremely cold (less than 5C/40F) surroundings. Keep the unit out of direct sunlight and away from heaters. Operate the CD player only after becoming familiar with its' functions. Do not permit operation by persons not qualied for operating the unit. Most damages are the result of unprofessional operation.
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MAIN FEATURES

8 times over sampling 1 bit D/A converter Music Master tempo Auto cue Real Time Scratch Play 1/75th second frame search Reverse Play Real time cue (Cue on the Fly) Pan Effect 8 different speed scan (4 Forward/4 Reverse) Skid Effect Pitch display Filter Effect Digital RCA coaxial output Phase Effect Large bright Digital Screen can be viewed from wide angles. Echo Effect Fader Q Start Control (a) Flanger Effect Seamless Loop (uninterrupted loop playback) Robot Effect Sampler (Forward & Reverse Sampling) Trans Effect Bop Effect (b) Digital Anti-Shock Flip-Flop (Relay Playback) (c) Headphone Output w/ Volume Control Jog Wheel Pitch Bend +/-100% Slot Indicator Light Memory Backup, Defaults to last setting (d) System Lock Function 3 Programmable Cue (Flash Start ) Buttons Selectable Single or Continuous Play Slot Loading Drive - No more Transport Tray Unique FX Mix Function 384 programmable Cue Points (128 x 3) (e) Adjustable Pitch Percentages: +/-4%, +/-8%, +/-16% or +/-100% Instant Start within 10 ms (sound is produced immediately when the PLAY button is pressed)
(a) FADER Q START CONTROL: This feature is used in conjunction with most American Audio and American DJ audio mixers that also feature Fader Q Start control. For best results use this feature with two (2) ProScratch 2 players. Connect your Pro-Scratch 2s as described in the set-up section of this manual. After set up is completed load your players. By moving the mixers crossfader from left to right you can start and pause your Pro-Scratch 2 playback functions. For Example, when using two (2) Pro-Scratch 2 players and a Fader Q Start mixer, if your mixers crossfader is all the way to the left (player one is playing, player two is in cue or pause mode), and you move the fader at least 20% to the right, player two (2) will begin to play and player one (1) will return to cue mode. When the crossfader is to the right, and you move it 20% to the left, player one (1) will begin to play and player two (2) will return to its cue point. You can create great effects similar to scratching with this feature. After storing cue points on each side of the CD player, different songs or samples may quickly be recalled by moving the mixer crossfader back and forth. New cue points can be easily selected on the Pro-Scratch 2 player (see setting cue points page 16). Q Start control is easy to use and mastering this feature will help you create amazing effects with your music. Note: For proper Q Start operation be sure your mixers Hamster setting are set to 1/2 (Normal Setting). (b) BOP EFFECT: The Bop Effect button serves two features. First, it is a stutter effect, creating a sound similar to a sampler. Second, it will return to the last Cue point in memory instantly. This will allow you to create great effects. To create the BOP Effect, see BOP Effect on page 21. (c) FLIP-FLOP: This feature is used in conjunction with American Audio mixers that also feature Fader Q Start. For FLIP-FLOP results you must use two (2) Pro-Scratch 2 players. Connect your Pro-Scratch 2s as described in the set-up section of this manual. This feature will start the next player once one (1) player has ended. For example, if player one (1) is playing a disc and it ends, player two (2) will instantly begin to play. You may set FLIP-FLOP to play track to track or disc to disc. For more information on this feature, see FLIP-FLOP on page 33. (d) MEMORY BACKUP: The Pro-Scratch 2 has a five (5) year memory back-up, that will save your setting in case the power supply is accidentally disconnected. Pro-Scratch 2 will remember your last setting (repeat, SGL, CTN, and effect parameters) even if you disconnect your main power. The Pro-Scratch 2 will store your cue points and samples in memory if you accidentally eject a disc or shut off the power. See memory on page 23. (e) PROGRAMMABLE CUE POINTS: The Pro-Scratch 2 has three Flash Start Buttons (8). 128 Cue points can be stored in each of the FLASH START BUTTONS (6), for a total of 384. These cue points can be stored into the unit's internal memory and may be recalled at any time. See setting "Cue Points" on page 16

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SET-UP

1. Checking the Contents Be sure your Pro-Scratch 2 was shipped with the following: 1) Pro-Scratch 2 Professional CD player. 2) Operating instructions (this booklet). 3) One (1) set of RCA cables. 4) One (1) 1/8 mini plug. 5) Warranty card. 2. Installing the Units Place your unit on a flat surface or mount it in a flat surface case 3. Connections 1) Be sure the power is disconnected. 2) Connect the included RCA cable from your Pro-Scratch 2 outputs to the inputs on your mixer. 3) Use the supplied 1/8 mini plug cable to connect your Pro-Scratch 2 to a mini jack connection (A or B ) on a compatible American Audio or American DJ Fader Q Start mixer. (This will enable the Fader Q Start function - See Fader Q start control page 8) CAUTION: Be sure to use the supplied mono 1/8" control cables. Using other types of cable may result in unit damage To avoid sever damage to the unit, be sure the power is off when making connections to the unit. CAUTION: The player will work normally when the main unit is mounted with the front panel within 15 degrees of the vertical plane If the unit is tilted excessively, disks may not be loaded or unloaded properly. (Figure 1)

Figure 1

CAUTION: The LCD is designed to be clearly visible within the angles shown in Figure 2. Mount the control unit so that the visual angle is within this range.

Figure 2

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GENERAL FUNCTIONS AND CONTROLS

OFF ON

PROGRAM NONSTOP ELAPSED TOTAL REMAIN AUTO CUE BPM BEAT SYNC. KEY LOCK

Figure 3

PARAMETER TIME

SINGLE LOOP RELOOP

PARAMETER RATIO SCRATCH FILTER HOLD ECHO TRANS

FX SELECT

SGL/CTN

REV.PLAY

FLANGER

TEMPO LOCK

ON/OFF 4%/8%/16%

FX MIX

SAMPLE PITCH
A. TOP UNIT CONTROLS (FIGURE 3)
1. PARAMETER TIME - This knob is used to adjust the parameter time value. 2. HOLD BUTTON - This button allows you to set and lock any new parameters you set to the effects. This button will glow bright blue when the hold function is activated. If the hold function is not selected any changes to the effect parameters will be momentary. 3. PARAMETER RATIO - This knob is used to adjust the parameter ratio value. 4. FILTER/PHASE BUTTON - This button is used to activate and deactivate either the Filter or Phase effect. See built-in effects on page 22. 5. SEARCH WHEEL - This wheel has four forward and four reverse speed positions allowing you to quickly scan through tracks. The more you turn the wheel in either direction, the faster your search.

6. SCRATCH/SKID BUTTON - This button is used to activate and deactivate either the Scratch or Skid effect. See built-in effects on page 21. 7. P.S.P. (Pre Set Parameters) BUTTON - This button is used to activate the effect preset. Each effect comes with four preset, this button access the presets. 8. FLASH BUTTONS 1-3 - These button are used to store either three (3) cue points or three (3) samples. Each Flash Button can store either a sample or a cue point. 9. MEMORY BUTTON - This button allows you to program up to 3 cue points or three samples in to the three FLASH BUTTONS (8). The samples or cue point can then be recalled at any time even when the disk has been removed and replaced at a later time.
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GENERAL FUNCTIONS AND CONTROLS (Cont.)
10. SAMPLER BUTTON - This is used to activate the sampler function. When this function is activated a created sample will play in a continuos loop mode. 11. TRACK BUTTON - This buttons is used to select a track. Tapping this button will forward skip to the next track, holding down this button will rapidly forward skip through the tracks. 12. TRACK BUTTON - This buttons is used to select a track. Tapping this button will back skip on track, holding down this button will rapidly BACK SKIP through the tracks. 13. FX MIX - This button activates the FX-MIX mode This mode will automatically stop a playing track or sample and restart from a selected cue point. 14. SEAMLESS LOOP IN BUTTON - CUE ON THE FLY - This function allows you to set a CUE POINT (see CUE POINT page 16) without music interruption (on the fly). This button also sets the starting point of a seamless loop (see SEAMLESS LOOP). 15. CUE - Pressing the CUE button during playback immediately pauses playback and returns the track to the last set cue point (see setting a CUE POINT, page 16). The red CUE LED will glow when the unit is in cue mode The LED will also flash every time a new CUE POINT is set. The CUE button can be held down to momentarily play the CD. When you release the CUE button it instantly returns to the CUE POINT. You can also tap the CUE button to create a BOP EFFECT (for definition of BOP EFFECT, see page 21). 16. JOG WHEEL/EFFECTS PLATTER - This wheel has two functions. A. The jog wheel will act as a frame search control when the CD is in pause or cue mode, allowing you to set a cue point. B. The wheel also works as a pitch bend during Playback. Turning the wheel clockwise will increase the pitch percentage up to 100%, and turning the wheel in the counter-clockwise direction will decrease the pitch percentage down to -100%. The pitch bend will be determined on how long you turn the jog wheel

Figure 17

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2) Repeat the above steps to store up to three Cue Points. Once your three cue points have been stored you may access them at any time. During playback the cue points will instantly start playback from that point without any music interruption. Please note in order to access these cue point, the disc used to create the cue points must be in the drive.
10. CREATING AND PLAYING A SEAMLESS LOOP
A seamless loop is a sound loop that plays continuously without sound interruption. You can use this loop to create dramatic effect in your mixing. This loop has no time limit and you could actually loop the entire length of disc. You create a seamless loop between two continuous points of a disc.
1) Press PLAY/PAUSE BUTTON (17) to activate playback mode
2) Press the IN BUTTON (14). This will set the starting point of the SEAMLESS LOOP. The IN BUTTON (14) LED will light.

Figure 19

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3) Press the OUT BUTTON (32) to set the ending point for your SEAMLESS LOOP (Figure 13). The IN BUTTON (14) and OUT BUTTON (32) LEDs will immediately begin to flash rapidly, indicating the SEAMLESS LOOP mode has been activated.
LCD LOOP INDICATORS - During a seamless loop, the LOOP (47) and
RELOOP (48) INDICATORS will turn on in the LCD DISPLAY (19) indication a loop is active.

Figure 21

EXITING A LOOP - To exit a SEAMLESS LOOP, press the OUT
BUTTON (32). The IN BUTTON (14) and OUT BUTTON (32) LEDs will remain on, but will stop flashing. Music playback will resume normal play (Figure 13). The IN BUTTON (14) and OUT BUTTON (32) LEDs will remain on to remind you that a loop is stored in memory.

Figure 22

REPLAY LOOP - The RELOOP (31) function allows you to return to your stored loop at any time. The IN BUTTON (14) and OUT BUTTON (32) LEDs will indicate a loop is stored in memory, and may be played at any time. To replay the loop, press the RELOOP BUTTON (31). The IN BUTTON (14) and OUT BUTTON (32) LEDs will again begin to flash indicating SEAMLESS LOOP mode has been activated (Figure 14) and your stored loop will immediately begin to play.

Figure 23

11. EDITING A LOOP:
Please note: Only the ending point of the loop may be edited. You may make your loop shorter or longer. Before you can edit your seamless loop you obviously must first have created a seamless loop to edit. If you havent created a SEAMLESS LOOP, follow the instructions in step 10 to create a loop. If a SEAMLESS LOOP has already been created, press the RELOOP BUTTON (31) to activate your SEAMLESS LOOP (Figure 23) if it is not already activated. To edit your seamless loops ending point: 1) Press the OUT BUTTON (32) to return to normal play from the loops cue point. (Figure 20). This will disengage the SEAMLESS LOOP mode and allows you to edit the loops ending point. 2) Press the OUT BUTTON (32) again when you reach your new ending point (Figure 21). - FOR A SHORTER LOOP: Press the OUT BUTTON (32) at sooner point in the track (Figure 21). - FOR LONGER LOOP: Press the OUT BUTTON (32) at later point in the track (Figure 21).

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7) Important Notice: If you try to activate your sample without turning the sample function on, the FLASH BUTTON (8) will act as cue points!

Figure 27

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Changing the Sample Parameters: Changing the sample parameters allows you to change the sample's volume and pitch. The parameters values for both the pitch and volume settings range from 00:00 to 20:00, 00:00 being the lowest value. A higher value will increase the pitch percentage or volume. It's important to understand that the pitch value is basically a speed adjustment and has nothing to do with tonal quality. The values can be either a momentary change or set adjustment. The sample values are changed in three easy steps, while in sample playback mode:
Changing the Sample Parameters - Speed
While a sample is playing push the PARAMETERS TIME BUTTON (1). One tap will display SP +in the LCD DISPLAY (19). SP will signify the pitch percentage (speed) of the sample. +is your default setting - Normal playback. Any adjustments will be based on this default setting. Turning the knob in a clockwise direction will increase your pitch. Turning the wheel in a counter-clockwise direction will decrease the parameters value.

Figure 28

Changing the Sample Parameters - Volume
While a sample is playing push the PARAMETERS RATIO BUTTON (3). One tap will display SV in the LCD DISPLAY (19). SV will signify the volume of the sample. is your default setting - Normal playback. Any adjustments will be based on this default setting. Turning the knob in a clockwise direction will increase the volume. Turning the wheel in a counterclockwise direction will decrease the parameters value.

Figure 29

Changing the Sample Parameters - Hold Function
Hold Function - This mode will allow you to save and lock your parameter adjustments, if the hold function is not activated all your parameter adjustments will be momentary. If you select the HOLD BUTTON (2) all parameters will remain until changed again or power is shut off, unless they are stored in to the unit's memory.

Figure 30

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13. Creating a BOP Effect:
The Bop Effect is a stutter effect that is similar to turntable scratching. You can use this effect to create tricks in your mixing. Creating a BOP effect is a simple process:
1) Press the PLAY/PAUSE BUTTON (15) so music is playing (Figure 31).

Figure 31

PARAMETER TIME PARAMETER RATIO
2) Press the IN BUTTON (12) (Figure 32) at the point you want your BOP to take place.

Figure 32

3) Now tap the BOP BUTTON (20). It will produce a stutter effect as quickly as you tap on the BOP BUTTON (20). See Figure 34.

Figure 33

4) When you discontinue the BOP effect normal playback will resume from the point you initial started your BOP.

Figure 34

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14. FLASH START BUTTONS (8):
These button are used to store your samples and cue points. Only a sample or a cue point can be stored into each of these three banks. When a sample is stored in to these banks you may use the sample starting point as a cue point. The FLASH BUTTONS instantly recall and play any of your stored samples or cue points without interrupting music playback. When in sample mode, (see "Using the Built-In Sampler" on page 19) and during playback, pressing any of the FLASH BUTTONS that stores a sample, will immediately begin to play that sample without interruption of music. If the unit is in sample mode and the drive is not in playback mode, pressing any of the FLASH BUTTONS that stores a sample, will immediately begin to play that sample.

Figure 35

15. CHANGING THE TIME DISPLAY (52, 53, & 54)/TIME BAR (57):
DURING NORMAL PLAYBACK, pressing the TIME BUTTON (25), will change the time display information (52, 53, 54, & 57) in the LCD (19) see figure 35. The following is a break down of the time settings and their definitions: 1) ELAPSED (60) - This describes the time in the LCD (52, 53, & 54) as the current TRACKS Elapse running time. 2) REMAIN (59) - This describes the time in the LCD (52, 53, & 54) as the current TRACKS remaining running time. 3) TOTAL REMAIN (59) - This describes the time in the LCD (52, 53, & 54) as the disc total remaining running time.

Figure 36

TIME BAR INDICATOR - Details the time defined in the TIME METER (52, 53, & 54) as a visual bar icon. As with the TIME METER (52, 53, & 54) this bar is also dependent on the selected time function [TOTAL REMAIN (59), REMAIN (59) OR ELAPSE (60)]. This bar will begin to flash when a track is ending regardless of which time funct on you are in. Use the flashing bar as a visual reminder that a track is ending.

Figure 37

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16. SYSTEM MEMORY:

Figure 40

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PITCH ADJUSTMENTS

PITCH ADJUSTMENTS:
The different pitch adjustments allow a track's or a loop's playback speed to be manipulated. This speed manipulations is commonly used to beat match between two or more music sources such as a turntable or another CD played. The playback speed may be increased or decreased by a factor of +/-100. The next section details the different pitch manipulation schemes.

1. PITCH SLIDER (33):

This function will increase or decrease the tracks playback speed or "PITCH." The maximum pitch percentage manipulation in this function is +/-100%. The PITCH SLIDER is used to decrease or increase the playback pitch. If the slider is move up (towards the top of the unit) the pitch will decrease, if the slider is moved down (towards the bottom of the unit) the pitch will increase. The PITCH SLIDER adjustment can be changed to range from +/-4%, +/-8%, +/-16%, or +/-100% (See changing "PITCH SLIDER PERCENTAGE RANGE" on the next page). This pitch adjustments will effect normal playback and loops only when the PITCH ON/OFF BUTTON (26) is turned on. The pitch adjustments will not affect your samples.

Figure 41

Activating the Pitch Slider (33): To activate the PITCH SLIDER you must
turn on the pitch adjustment function. Press the ON/OFF BUTTON (26) located in the pitch control section of the unit. The ON/OFF BUTTON (26) LED will glow when the function is activated. If the pitch function is not activated the PITCH SLIDER will not function.

Figure 42

Using the Pitch Slider (33): Be sure the pitch function has been engaged
as described above. To use the PITCH SLIDER slide the slider up and down. Down will increase the pitch and up will decrease the pitch. When the slider is in the center position, a green LED just left of the slider will glow. When this slider is glowing there is zero pitch being applied to the track, regardless if the pitch function is on or off.

Figure 43

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Adjusting the PITCH SLIDER'S RANGE (33): You may change the
PITCH SLIDER'S (33) operating range at any time. To change the operating range be sure the pitch function is turned on, see figure 39. The pitch percentage can be changed between +/-4%, +/-8%, +/-16%, and +/- 100%. 4% will allow the least amount of pitch manipulation and 100% will allow the most amount of pitch manipulation. To adjust the different values, press and hold down the PITCH ON/OFF BUTTON (26) and Tap on the + PITCH BEND BUTTON (28) until your desired value is reached. The LED above the PITCH BUTTON (26); glowing red for 4%, glowing green for 8%, glowing orange for 16% or flashing green for 100%. Note, the pitch percentage must be activated to get a LED reading.

Figure 44

2. PITCH BENDING: Unlike the PITCH SLIDER (33) adjustment this function will momentarily increase or decrease a tracks speed during playback. There are two ways to operate this function with the (-) & (+) PITCH BUTTONS (28 & 29) or with the JOG WHEEL (16). The maximum pitch bend percentage allowed is +/- 100%. The pitch bend function will work in conjunction with the PITCH SLIDER (33) pitch setting. For example, if the PITCH SLIDER (33) is set to a 2% pitch gain the pitch bending process will begin at 2% and will continue to the maximum of +/- 100%. NOTE: A -100% pitch manipulation will stop playback entirely.
Holding down or tapping on the (-) PITCH BEND BUTTON (29) will provide a slow down in the playback pitch.

Figure 45

Holding down or tapping on the (+) PITCH BEND BUTTON (28) will provide a speed bump in the playback pitch.

Figure 46

PITCH BEND BUTTONS (28 & 29):
The (+) PITCH BEND BUTTON (28) will increase track playback speed and the (-) PITCH BEND BUTTON (29) will decrease track playback speed. The extent to which the speed changes is proportionate to the amount of time the button is pressed. For example, if the (+) PITCH BEND BUTTON (28) is held down continuously as in figure 43, the disc speed will increases and will continue to increase until it reaches a maximum of 100% speed gain. When you release the (+) PITCH BEND BUTTON (28) the disc speed will automati ally return to its previous set speed.
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3. JOG WHEEL (16):

The JOG WHEEL will temporarily bend the pitch if a track is in playback mode Rotating the wheel in a clockwise direction will increase your track pitch and rotating the wheel in a counter-clockwise direction will slow your track pitch. The speed you rotate the JOG WHEEL will determine pitch bend percentage (%). For example, if the JOG WHEEL is continuously turned in a counter-clockwise direction the playback speed will steadily decreases and will continue to decrease until playback reaches a maximum of -100% and playback stops entirely. When you stop turning the JOG WHEEL the disc speed will automatially return to its previous set speed.

Figure 50

SCRATCH/SKID EFFECT: The Scratch Effect simulates real time turntable
scratching. The Skid effect simulates the sudden platter stop of a turntable, like pressing the stop button on a turntable. When the Scratch Effect is activated the SCRATCH/SKID BUTTON (6) will glow red. Once the Scratch Effect has been activated the JOG WHEEL (16) may be used in the same fashion a turntable platter is used. Use the JOG WHEEL (16) to simulate the scratch motion on a turntable platter and to manipulate playback. Both the Skid and Scratch time parameters can be adjusted from 0010 to 9990. 9990 will give you the longest Skid times. The SKID value ranges from a 10ms to ten seconds.

Figure 51

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FILTER/PHASE EFFECT: The Filter and Phase effects tweak the original
sound to add different tonal definition. When the Filter Effect is activated the FILTER/PHASE BUTTON (4) will glow green, when the Phase Effect is selected the button will glow red.

SKID PHASE FLANGER PAN

Figure 52
FLANGER/ECHO/ROBOT EFFECT: The flanger effect distorts the output signal and create an effect similar to the frequency phasing in and out of each other. The echo effect adds an echo to your output signal. The robot effect distorts the output to simulates a sci-fi robot voice. When the flanger effect is selected the FLANGER/ ECHO BUTTON (20) will glow green, when the echo or robot effect is selected the FLANGER/ECHO BUTTON (20) will glow red.
ROBOT EFFECT: The ROBOT effect distorts the output to simulates a sci-fi robot
voice. The ROBOT effect is activated in the echo parameters (see "Parameters" in the next section). To activate the robot effect select the echo effect. After the Echo effect is activated turn the HOLD (2) function on. Use the PARAMETER TIME KNOB (1) and set the (PT) value to 0010. After "PT" value has been set, use the PARAMETER RATIO KNOB (3) to create the effect by turning it back and forth.
FLANGER EFFECT: The flanger effect distorts the output signal and creates an
effect similar to frequencies phasing in and out of each other. The FLANGER Effect has two adjustable parameters, Parameter Time (PT) and Parameter Ratio (PR). The PT will adjust the Flanger Mode and The PR will adjust the Flanger Frequency Range (see "Parameters" in the next section).

ECHO EFFECT: The ECHO effect adds an echo to your output signal. The ECHO

Figure 53

Effect has two adjustable parameters, Parameter Time (PT) and Parameter Ratio (PR). The PR will adjust the length of the echo (drop off time), and the PT will adjust the echo gap length (see "Parameters" in the next section). off time), and the PT will adjust the echo gap length.
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TRANS/PAN EFFECT: The TRANS effect simulates a real-time mixer transformer
effect. When the "Transformer" effect is activated the TRANS/PAN BUTTON (21) will glow green, when the "Pan" effect is selected the button will glow red. The PAN effect allows you to pan the output from the left channel to the right channel.
TRANS EFFECT: The TRANS Effect has two adjustable parameters, Parameter
Time and Parameter Ratio. The PT will adjust the Trans Speed and The PR will adjust the Trans Audio Length. The lower the PT value the faster the TRANS effect (PT 0500 = 1/2 second, PT 1000 = 1 second).
PAN EFFECT: The PAN effect uses the PT value to pan left to Right. PT 0500
is the default setting which is center pan. The Pan Value ranges from 10ms to ten seconds.

Figure 54

PARAMETERS:
All the effects have adjustable parameters. The parameters change the way the effect will react. To enter the parameters menus for any of the effects, press or turn either of the two PARAMETER KNOBS (1 OR 3) as in figure 55. When the parameter mode is selected the time display in the LCD (19) will change to indicate the parameter your are adjusting. All effects except the pan effect have two adjustable parameters. Parameter Time (1) and parameter ratio (3). Use these knobs to customize the effects to your liking.

Figure 55

HOLD BUTTON: Use the HOLD BUTTON (2) to lock your customized parameters. If the hold button is not activated any changes to your parameters will be momentary. To activate the hold function press the HOLD BUTTON (2) as in figure 56. When the hold function becomes activated, the hold button will begin to glow blue.

Figure 56

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EFFECTS - FX MIX

FX MIX MODE: This function allows you to use the effects to transfer from one track to another, one track to
a sample, or one sample to another. FX Mix uses the effects and the FLASH BUTTONS (8). The FX Mix function will only work with samples and cue points programmed in the any of the three FLASH BUTTONS (8). The procedure below list the steps to activate the FX Mix Mode. In the following example we will you the SKID Effect to transfer from one track to a programmed sample.

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SPECIFICATIONS

GENERAL Type: Disc type: Pitch Range: Pitch Accuracy: Dimensions: Installation: Weight: Power supply: Power consumption: Environmental conditions: Accessories: AUDIO SECTION Quantization: Sampling rate: Over sampling rate: D/A conversion Frequency response: Output level: Load impedance: Model: American Audio Pro-Scratch 2 - Professional CD Player Slot loading, digital compact disc audio player. Standard size compact discs only (5 in / 12 cm discs) Within +/- 4%, +/- 8%, +/- 16%, +/- 100% 0.1% 3 1/4 ~ 4 1/2 H x 8 1/2 W x 10 3/8 L (217.5 mm x 81.8 mm x 306 mm) Place on flat surface or mount in flat case 4 1/2 Lbs. / 2.9 Kgs AC 115/230V, 50/60Hz 14W Operational temperature: 5 to 35C (41 to 95F) Operational humidity: 25 to 85% RH (no condensation) Storage temperature: -20 to 60C (4 to 140F) Connecting RCA Cable (2 sets for left and right channels) Control 1/8 miniplug type (3 feet) 16 bit linear per channel 44.1 kHz at normal pitch 8 times 16 bit +/- 1 dB 20 Hz to 20,000 KHz 2.0V +/- 1dB 47k ohm or more
AUDIO CHARACTERISTICS (TEST DISC: TCD-782, LOAD=47Kohm) ITEM NOMINAL LIMIT CONDITION Output level 1.0Vrms+/-1dB 1.0V+/-1dB 1KHz,0dB Channel balance 0.5dB 1.0dB 1KHz,0dB Frequency response +/-0.5dB +/-1.0dB 20Hz-20KHz,0dB De-emphasis response +/-2.5dB +/-3dB 16KHz,-20dB Channel separation* 83dB 75dB 1KHz,0dB T.H.D. + NOISE* 0.02% 0.03% 1KHz,0dB S/N ratio (IHF-A)* 90dB 75dB 1KHz.0dB Phones max. output 45mW 30mW 1KHz,THD=5% / Load=32 Ohms NOTE: * With 20KHz low pass filter. SEARCHING TIME (TEST DISC: TCD-792) ITEM NOMINAL Short access time 1.7sec Long access time 3sec PLAYABILITY ITEM Interruption Black dot Finger prints Eccentricity Vertical deviation PICK-UP System Object lens drive system Tracking detection Optical source Wave length LIMITS 4sec 6sec CONDITION Play next track Track 1 ->Track 20 Track 20 ->Track 1 CONDITION TCD-725 TCD-725 TCD-725 TCD-712,713 NO TRACK JUMP TCD-731R
NOMINAL 1000um 1000um 75um 210um 1mm
LIMIT 700um 600um 65um 140um 0.54mm
Object lens drive system optical pick-up 2 dimensional parallel drive 3 spot beam detection Semiconductor laser 780nm
NOTES: Specications and improvements in the design of this unit and this manual are subject to
change without any prior written notice.
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