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Fostex 8346Fostex 8346 Timecode/Sync Card Option for D2424LV
8346 Timecode/Sync Card Option for D2424LV Designed for D2424LV Recorder Recorder Accessories The Fostex 8346 is a timecode/sync card option designed for use with the D2424LV digital recorder. Internal timecode as well as timecode converted from ABS or recorded timecode can be output as LTC. An independent timecode function generates timecode from a 24 hour clock or any designated timecode address. You can also Force Jam to a timecode. The card supports 24 25 30ND 30DF 29.97ND & 29.97DF time... Read more

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Part Numbers: 8346, 8346 Timecode Sync Card
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APPENDIX

<Operation manual for the recorder with the Model 8346 TC/SYNC card installed>
This appendix is the operation manual for the recorder with the Model 8346 TC/SYNC card installed.
<Installation of the optional card>
The TC/SYNC card should be installed into the recorder at a FOSTEX service station. Do not try to install the card by yourself. Ask your local FOSTEX dealer for the installation after purchasing the Model 8346.
<Notes when requesting the installation>
There is the possibility of damaging the hard disk when transporting the recorder. Before transporting the recorder to our service department for the installation of the TC/SYNC card, remove the hard disk from the recorder. Be sure to keep the removed hard disk carefully.
APPENDIX (Operation manual for the recorder with the Model 8346 TC/SYNC card installed)

Contents of Appendix

Names and Functions...3 Introduction...4 Additional features...4 Operations for the additional SETUP menu..4
Ref. TC ? menu setting..4 Clock Sel ? menu setting...5 Sync Preset ? menu setting...5 Virtual LTC ? menu setting...6 Offset Disp ? menu setting...6

Generator Setup....7

How to enter the Generator Setup mode..7 Setting the time code recording mode..7 Editing the internal generator time code..8 Force jamming to external time code..8 Selecting the output time code..8 Editing the chase offset...9 Erasing the recorded time code...9
Chase sync to external time code..10 Synchronization to word clock or video signal.11 Connection to a digital mixing console..11 Contorl from a video editor (RS-422)..13

Names and Functions

1. [VIDEO IN] termination switch

(75 termination ON/OFF)

4. [TIME CODE INPUT] connector

(BNC connector)

Used to terminate the VIDEO INPUT signal and usually set to ON.
Receives external time code (LTC).
5. [TIME CODE OUTPUT] connector 2. [VIDEO IN] connector (BNC connector)
Receives an external video sync signal (interlace or composite) when synchronizing the recorder to a video sync signal.
Outputs an LTC from the recorder (equivalent to the MTC displayed on the panel) or time code from the internal TC generator.
3. [VIDEO THRU] connector (BNC connector)
Outputs the video sync signal received from the VIDEO INPUT connector.

Introduction

The Model 8346 is a TC/SYNC card designed as an option for digital multitrack recorders. By installing the TC/SYNC card into the recorder, the recorder can synchronize to external LTC or video signal, as well as an external word clock. So you can use the recorder synchronized with video machines in video post production studios where the synchronization between audio and video is indispensable, or make digital sound recordings in a system using a digital mixing console.
Operations for the additional SETUP menu
"Ref. TC?" menu setting
1. Turn on the power of the recorder. 2. Press the [SETUP] key while the recorder is stopped to show the SETUP menu. 3. Select the Ref. TC? menu by using the Jog dial and press the [EXECUTE/YES] key.
The reference time code currently selected starts flashing (the default reference time code setting when the Model 8346 is installed is LTC). The outlined box surrounds the flashing item on the display.

Additional features

By installing the Model 8346 into the recorder, the following SETUP menus and GEN setup function are added. These SETUP menus are used when the recorder is synchronized to an external LTC or locked to a video signal.

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1. SETUP mode Ref. TC? menu
This menu selects the reference time code used as a master time code for the recorder. The reference time code can be selected between MTC (MIDI time code) and LTC according to the incoming time code. The default setting after formatting a disk is LTC.

Flashing

2. SETUP mode Clock Sel? menu
This menu selects the reference clock of the recorder with the 8346. If the 8346 is not installed, you can select the reference clock from Int, Auto and Word. If the 8346 is installed, Video also can be the reference clock in addition to the three options above.
4. Select the reference time code by using the Jog dial.
You can select between LTC and MTC (MIDI time code).
3. SETUP mode Sync Preset? menu
This menu is effective when the recorder with the 8346 installed is used in sync with a digital mixing console. You can select from some preset options according to your system to get the best synchronization performance.
5. After selecting the reference time code, press the [EXECUTE/YES] key.
The selected reference time code is confirmed (set) and the display changes to the similar one to the upper example in step 3 above where ? flashes.
4. SETUP mode Virtual LTC? menu
This menu selects whether recording/playback of the virtual LTC is enabled or disabled. The default setting is Ena. (Enabled).
6. Press the [EXIT/NO] key (or the [STOP] button) to exit the SETUP mode.
You can check the time information of the incoming reference time code in the front panel display of the recorder. See "Chase sync to external time code" below for details.
5. SETUP mode Offset Disp? menu
This menu selects whether or not displaying the real offset between the incoming reference time code (LTC or MTC) and the displayed MTC (output LTC). The real offset is displayed instead of REMAIN when displaying the MTC.

6. GENERATOR setup functions
The GENERATOR setup functions allows recording/erasing an external or internal (generator) time code, forcejamming to external time code, setting the LTC output, and setting the chase offset value between incoming time code and the MTC.
"Clock Sel?" menu setting
Execute step 1 and 2 in "Ref. TC ?" menu setting" described above. 3. Select the Clock Sel? menu by using the Jog dial and press the [EXECUTE/YES] key.
The reference clock currently selected starts flashing (the default reference clock setting when the Model 8346 is installed is INT).
"Sync Preset?" menu setting
Execute step 1 and 2 in "Ref. TC ?" menu setting" described earlier. 3. Select the Sync Preset ? menu by using the Jog dial and press the [EXECUTE/YES] key.
The sync preset setting currently selected is shown (the default setting when the Model 8346 is installed is Int. Vari? Ana.).
4. Select the desired reference clock by using the Jog dial.
You can select from Auto, Word and Video as well as Int. The following table shows the function of each option.
Reference clock Function The reference clock is automatically selected from among available clocks according to the following order of priority; Word, Video and Int. The 8346 references to the internal clock. The 8346 references to an external word clock. The 8346 references to an external video clock.
4. Select the desired sync preset combination by using the Jog dial from the followings;
The following table shows the function of each preset.

8345 Clock Slave Type

Preset item Ana.
D. in ? setting Not assigned adat ;Async Not assigned adat ;Async Not assigned adat ;Async Not assigned adat ;Async Not assigned adat ;Async

Int. Vari

adat Ana.

Int. Free

Int Word Video

Word Free

5. After selecting the reference clock, press the [EXECUTE/YES] key.
The selected reference clock is confirmed (set) and the display changes to the similar one to the upper example in step 3 above where ? flashes.

Video Vari

Video Free
5. After selecting the preset, press the [EXECUTE/ YES] key.
The selected preset is confirmed (set) and the display changes to the similar one to the upper example in step 3 above where ? flashes.
"Virtual LTC?" menu setting
Execute step 1 and 2 in ""Ref. TC ?" menu setting" described earlier. 3. Select the Virtual LTC? menu by using the Jog dial and press the [EXECUTE/YES] key.

The current setting is flashing (the default setting when the Model 8346 is installed is Ena. (enable)).
"Offset Disp?" menu setting
Execute step 1 and 2 in ""Ref. TC ?" menu setting" described earlier. 3. Select the Offset Disp? menu by using the Jog dial and press the [EXECUTE/YES] key.
The current setting is flashing (the default setting when the Model 8346 is installed is Off).
4. Select Ena. or Dis. by using the Jog dial.
Selection Function Enables recording/playback of the virtual LTC.
4. Select Off or On by using the Jog dial.
Selection Function The real-offset value is not displayed.

Ena. (Enable)

Dis. (Disable)
Disables recording/playback of the virtual LTC. This setting is used when you want to chase the recorder using only the MTC offset setting, ignoring the recorded LTC. With this setting, the TIME CODE OUT terminal outputs MTC or LTC with the MTC offset.
The real-offset value is displayed instead of the REMAIN time when the time base is set to MTC If you press the [STORE] key, the display shows Catch Offset! for a second, then changes to the edit mode display of the chase offset which will be explained in "GENERATOR Setup" later. After editing the chase offset, pressing the [EXECUTE/YES] key updates the real-offset value.
5. After selecting Ena. or Dis., press the [EXECUTE/YES] key. 6. Press the [EXIT/NO] key (or the [STOP] button) to exit the SETUP mode.
5. After selecting Off or On, press the [EXECUTE/ YES] key. 6. Press the [EXIT/NO] key (or the [STOP] button) to exit the SETUP mode.

<CAUTION>

Do not set the Virtual LTC to Ena. for a disc on which data was recorded by the FDMS-3 Ver. 1.0 format using the machines such as D-160 and D108. Otherwise, it may cause malfunction because the FDMS3 Ver. 1.0 does not support the Virtual LTC.
When the power is turned off, the Offset Disp mode returns to the default setting (Off).

Generator Setup

By installing the Model 8346 TC/SYNC card into the recorder, the Generator Setup functions activate and the following features are available.

1. Recording/playback of external or internally generated time code 2. Force jam to external time code 3. Outputting the internally generated or recorded time code 4. Setting of the chase offset between external time code and MTC
How to enter the Generator Setup mode
1. Press the [SETUP] key while holding down the [SHIFT] key.
The recorder enters the Generator Setup mode in which the following menus are available. The display will show TC Gen.?Rec Run (the default) when you first select the Generator Setup mode. However, from the second time, the menu selected last time will appear. By rotating the Jog dial, the menus of the Generator Setup mode appear one after the other.
Setting the time code recording mode
1.Select TC Gen.? Rec Run of the Generator Setup mode and press the [EXECUTE/YES] key.
The recording mode currently selected starts flashing, showing that you are now ready to select the desired recording mode.

GEN H M S F SF

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Menu for setting the time code recording mode
Menu for editing the time code of the internal time code generator
2.Use the Jog dial to display the desired recording mode.
You can choose from 4 recording modes available. Recording mode Function
Time code that is continuous with the time code previously recorded will be recorded. This mode is also useful to re-record a discontinuous time code. Time code generated by the internal generator will be recorded. External time code will be recorded. Time code generated by the internal generator will be recorded from the current time of the recorder's internal clock.
Menu for force jamming to external time code

Rec Run

Free Run

Ext Run

Display of internally generated time code

24H Run

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Menu for selecting the output time code
The 8346 does not record all time code information. It records only the ABS time at the recording start point and the time code offset value. Therefore, if you record discontinuous time code in the middle, it cannot recognize it. Also note that because the user's bit at the recording start point is maintained, the 8346 cannot recognize user's bit change in the middle.

CHASE OFFSET M

Menu for editing the chase offset between external time code and MTC
3. Press the [EXECUTE/YES] key after selecting the recording mode.
Menu for erasing all the recorded time code
When you create a new program using the program select function, the LTC with the same MTC offset (which you can see in the MTC offset? menu of the Setup mode) as the current program is recorded in the new program. Therefore, if you use the same LTC with the new program, you do not need to re-record LTC.

<How to record time code>
After setting the time code recording mode described above, record time code by the following procedure. 1. Press the [EDIT] key while holding down the [SHIFT] key to turn TC READY on (the TC READY indicator will flash). 2. Press the [PLAY] button while holding down the [RECORD] button (the TC READY indicator will light). Unlike audio signal recording, you do not need to arm a track for time code. Also note that recording time code does not consume the hard disk space. To erase all the time code information, see "Erasing the recorded time code" described later.
If the 8346 does not receive external time code correctly, the warning message Void LTC In! appears when pressing the [EXECUTE/YES] key.
Selecting the output time code
When the time code recording mode (described above) is set to Free Run or 24H Run, the 8346 can output the internal generator time code or recorded time code. Note that it does not output time code when the time code recording mode is set to Rec Run or Ext Run.
Editing the internal generator time code
Editing the internal generator time code can be done only when the time code recording mode (described above) is set to Free Run.
While time code is output, the recorder's vari pitch and word sync functions are prohibited. Note that the time code output setting is available only when an "Async" mode (adat: Async or SPDIF: Async) is selected in the D. in? menu of the Setup mode. Also note that if you execute a program change, etc. the generator stops time code generation. The TC Out Sel? setting returns to the default Repro when turning the power off.
1. Select Gen TC Set of the Generator Setup mode and press the [EXECUTE/YES] key.
The current internal generator time code is displayed and you are now ready to edit the time.
1. Select TC Out Sel? (? flashes) of the Generator Setup mode and press the [EXECUTE/YES] key.
The current output setting flashes (the default setting is Repro).

GEN F SF

2. Use the Shuttle dial to move the editing point (which is flashing), and use the Jog dial to set the numeric value.
Up to 23H 59M 59S **F (** = current frame rate - 1) can be set.
3. After editing is completed, press the [EXECUTE/ YES] key.
2. Use the Jog dial to select Repro or Gen.
The time code output from the [TIME CODE OUT] terminal changes according to the setting.
Force jamming to external time code
Force jamming to external time code can be done only when the time code recording mode (described above) is set to Free Run. Note that the following description assumes that the 8346 is receiving external time code.

Reproduced time code

Internal generator time code
1. Select Force JAM (SURE? flashes) of the Generator Setup mode and press the [EXECUTE/ YES] key.

The force jamming to the external time code starts and the display shows the time code value in real-time.
3. After the setting is completed, press the [EXECUTE/YES] key. 4. Press the [EXIT/NO] key (or the [STOP] button) to exit the Generator Setup mode.

Editing the chase offset

You can edit the chase offset value between external time code and MTC (LTC) time.
3. Use the Jog dial to trim the chase offset value.
By rotating the Jog dial, you can trim the chase offset value in real-time in sub frame accuracy. However, if you exit the mode after the operation above (by skipping step 4), the offset returns to the original value. To make the new offset value effective, do not forget step 4 below.
Setting the chase offset value numerically
1. Select Chase Offset? (? flashes) of the Generator Setup mode and press the [EXECUTE/ YES] key.
You are now ready to edit the chase offset value.

H CHASE OFFSET M S F SF

4. Press the [EXECUTE/YES] key to confirm (set) the offset value.
Erasing the recorded time code
You can erase the recorded time code only while the recorder is stopped.
1. Select TC All Erase? (where ? flashes) of the Generator Setup mode and press the [EXECUTE/ YES] key.
? disappears and SURE? starts flashing.

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2. Use the Shuttle dial to move the editing point (which is flashing), and use the Jog dial to set the desired value.
The offset value can be set between -12H 00M 00S **F 00SF and 11H 59M 59S **F 99SF (where ** depends on the current frame rate set by the Frame Rate? menu of the Setup mode).
The edited value becomes valid and the display changes to the similar one to the upper example in step 1 above where ? flashes.
2. Press the [EXECUTE/YES] key.
Trimming of the chase offset value
If this trimming is carried out in the chase locked state, offset can then be set in real time and is thus very effective.
All the recorded time code is erased and the time code set by the MTC offset will become effective (from ABS 0 to 24H).

1. Select Trim? (where ? flashes) of the Generator Setup mode and press the [EXECUTE/ YES] key.
The display will show something like below, and now you are ready to trim the chase offset value.
Chase sync to external time code
The recorder with the Model 8346 installed can synchronize to incoming LTC by receiving the external LTC via the recorder's [TIME CODE INPUT] terminal and setting the recorder's slave mode to On.

Analog Mixer

Audio Signal Audio Signal

VIDEO SYNC TC VIDEO SYNC

HOUSE SYNC

Connection

In this example, the recorder with the 8346 is a slave while the VTR is a master. Feed the time code from the VTR to the TIME CODE INPUT terminal of the recorder with the Model 8346 to play the recorder in sync with the VTR. Also feed the video reference signal to both the VTR and recorder as shown above.

Time code display

You can monitor the incoming time code in the D2424LV display window.
1. Press the [DISP SEL] key while holding down the [SHIFT] key to select MTC.
The display will show the current MTC offset value (the default setting is "00H 59M 57S 00F").

Recorder settings

1. Select the program to be played back. 2. Set the reference time code to LTC by using the Ref. TC? menu of the Setup mode. 3. Set the recorder's frame rate to the same rate as the incoming time code by the Frame Rate ? menu of the Setup mode.
The Frame Rate? menu of the Setup mode allows you to select the desired frame rate from 24, 25, 29nd, 29df, 30nd and 30df.
2. While MTC is selected, press the DISP SEL key to select the time code display.
When the recorder is receiving LTC, the display shows the incoming LTC while TC IN lights in the display.
Synchronization with the VTR
1. Start playback of the VTR.
If an offset value is set, the recorder will start playback, chasing the time code from the VTR with maintaining the offset.
The recorder can chase incoming time code within the range of continuously recorded time code. If there is a discontinuity in the recorded time code, when incoming time code runs across the discontinuous point, Out of Zone! will appear in the display and the recorder may stop chasing. If the time code corresponding to the incoming time code is recorded in a different area, play the recorder to that area. You can locate the recorder to the beginning of a discontinuous time code by pressing the [NEXT] or [PREV] key while holding down the [SHIFT] key.

4. Set the slave mode to ON by pressing the [EXECUTE/YES] key while holding down the [SHIFT] key. 5. Set the desired offset value by the MTC OFFSET? menu of the Setup mode.
By setting the desired offset value, the recorder will run with the offset between the VTR and recorder.
After all settings above are completed, press [EXIT/ NO] key (or the [STOP] button) to exit the Setup mode.
Synchronization to word clock or video signal
The recorder with the Model 8346 installed can synchronize to an external sync signal such as word clock and video composite signal.

VIDEO SYNC WORD SYNC

External Device
In this example, according to the external device, feed video or word sync signal to the WORD INPUT or VIDEO INPUT terminal of the recorder.
If you use word clock as the reference clock, the sampling frequencies of the external device and the recorder must match. Because the sampling frequency of the recorder is set when formatting the disk, make sure of the sampling frequency of the external device before you start working.

Recorder's settings

1. Select the program to be played back. 2. Set the reference clock to Word or Video according to the incoming sync signal by using the Clock Sel? menu of the Setup mode.
Connection to a digital mixing console
The recorder with the Model 8346 installed can connect to a digital mixing console and record an adat digital signal from the console. In this example, the recorder receives external LTC from a VTR, etc., locks to the time code, and returns the locking information to the digital mixing console via the digital mixer. In this process, the digital console outputs the adat digital signal to the recorder with the timing in sync with the receiving word clock. See the connection example on the next page.

adat WORD SYNC

DATA OUTPUT

DATA INPUT

WORD INPUT

Digital Mixer

1. Set the preset to Int. Vari adat by using the Sync Preset? menu of the Setup mode.
By selecting Int. Vari adat, the recorder is set as follows.
Digital mixing console's settings
1. Set the clock source of the digital mixing console to WORD and the input to Adat.
Digital signal -> adat: Async Reference clock -> Int (internal) Slave type -> Vari
2. Set the reference time code to LTC by using the Ref TC? menu of the Setup mode.
Control from a video editor (RS-422)

The recorder with the Model 8346 installed can be used for audio editing for video using a video editor. Connect a video editor to the recorder's REMOTE IN (RS-422) terminal, as well as connect a video sync signal to the recorder, video editor and VTR as the reference signal. With this connection example, you can edit audio for video by controlling the VTR and recorder from the video editor.

VIDEO SYNC VIDEO SYNC

Video Editor

RS-422

VIDEO SYNC
1. Set the preset to Video Free adat by using the Sync Preset? menu of the Setup mode.
By selecting Video Free adat, the recorder is set as follows.
Most popular video editors can be used with the recorder/8346, however, we cannot guarantee that all video editors can be used or all functions work correctly (also note that the recorder/8346 does not support audio editors). We recommend to check whether functions work correctly or inquire to the manufacturer/dealer of an editor before using/purchasing. Also refer to the "Basic parameter settings for editors" below when using an editor.
Digital signal -> adat: Async Reference clock -> Video Slave type -> Free
<Basic parameter settings for editor>
1. Set the reference clock of the digital mixing console to WORD.
We recommend to set editor parameters as shown below when controlling the recorder. Note that these settings are just for reference and we cannot guarantee all functions work correctly with the settings.
Preroll time: more than 5 seconds Edit delay: 0 frame EE delay: 0 frame Over run: 0 frame Trajectory: "Cue with Data command" is recommended Start delay: 0 frame (depending on editors)

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The units recorder section uses a recording format called FDMS-3 Ver 3.0 (Fostex Disk Management System3). It uses an E-IDE hard disk as the recording media. A removable cartridge for easy installation and replacement of the hard disk at the front panel is employed. Equipped with 24-channel ANALOG inputs and outputs, which may be powerful for live recording, etc. By installing the optional Model 9044 (BAY + CADDY), an E-IDE hard disk for backup can then be installed. Furthermore, it will also be possible to install the optional DVD-RAM drive (Model 9046). The recorder features non-destructive audio editing (a great advantage of digital recording) such as Copy & Paste, Move & Paste, Erase, etc. You can choose Time Base (ABS or MTC) or MIDI bar/beat/clock as the recorder. Complies to various sampling frequencies such as 44.1kHz 16bit/24bit, 48kHz 16bit/24bit, 88.2kHz 24bit and 96kHz 24bit. In addition, this recorder contain an FS converting function which makes it possible to change the sampling frequency of individual programs to meet application requirements. It contains the Track exchange function to allow exchanges between real tracks or between real track and the additional track. A Preview function allows for an intuitive fineadjustment of an editing point (locate point). Single undo/redo for reprocessing record/edit mistakes and Multiple undo by time jump is possible (On/off can be set when formatting). A Vari Pitch function allows you to fine-tune the pitch. The Digital input setup function, to allow digital recording of S/P DIF digital signals from CD/MD, and adat digital signals from adat equipment, are provided. A Digital output setup function is provided to digitally output, by selecting from the real track, any 2 output sources (S/P DIF) or 8 output sources (adat). Contains the Additional track format conversion function making it possible in V2 (56) <-> V1 (24) conversions. You can also use the DATA INPUT and OUTPUT connectors to an external DAT or adat, and to save and load song data (audio data and SETUP mode settings) to and from the DAT or adat. High-speed SCSI Save/Load is also an option by connecting a non-DAT or adat SCSI backup drive. WAV file Save/Load is possible by using a DOS formatted SCSI type disk. Save/load of FDMS-3 or WAV file is possible by using the E-IDE hard disk for backup or the optional DVD-RAM drive (Model 9046). In addition to cueing by Jog/Shuttle dial, digital scrubbing using the envelope function is also possible. MIDI clock and Song Position Pointer can be transmitted according to the internal programmable Tempo Map. You can set up a synchronization system with a sequencer or a rhythm machine without wasting a track. You can use the recorder as a sync slave machine by sending MTC from a connected device. The recorder supports MTC, MMC, and Fostex System Exclusive Message, which allows for advanced control and high-precision synchronization from external sequencing software. You can set the device number and MTC frame rate for MMC and Fostex System Exclusive Message. Also, MTC Offset function and Offset Mode function are useful for setting up a sync environment using an external sequencing software. Auto Punch In/Out and Manual Punch In/Out functions offer two modes: Take for a real recording, and Rehearsal for monitoring the part between the in and out points. The Program Select function enables you to select a song from up to 99 songs and name the songs. A Bar/Beat Resolution function is used to edit audio at the beginning of the beat (round up or round off to a beat). The Metronome function can be used as a rhythm guide for recording. Various edit functions using an edit point (locate point), such as Copy & Paste, Move & Paste, Erase, Auto Punch In/Out, Auto Locate, are available. You can also locate ABS 0 or REC END regardless of the edit point (locate point). A maximum of 99 Locate Pointers can be programmed for a LOCATE only feature. Simply select the LOCATE number desired for swift location. You can set a preroll time of 0 to 10 seconds. A Disk Remain Display function offers a clear indication of available recording time and disk space (in mono track recording). You can choose the Time Base from ABS, MTC, and BAR/BEAT/CLK.

28. Edit key [EDIT/TC READY]
Pressing this key enters the recorder to the menu select mode for editing tracks. Press this key repeatedly or turn the Jog dial to select menu. Edit menus appear in the following order. To execute a desired menu, select the menu, then press the [EXECUTE/YES] key. To exit the selection mode, press the [EXIT/NO] key. If the optional Model 8346 TC/SYNC card is installed, you can enter the TC READY mode for recording time code by pressing this key while pressing on the [SHIFT] key.
Copy Clip? Move Clip? Copy Paste? (Move Paste?(*1)) Erase? Track Exchange?
30. Auto Punch Mode On/Off key [AUTO PUNCH]
Switch this key ON for auto punch in/out. When you press this key while a correct value is stored to the [AUTO PUNCH IN] key and the [AUTO PUNCH OUT] key, both the REHEARSAL LED and TAKE LED will blink, indicating that Auto Punch mode is on. (If a correct value is not stored, pressing the [AUTO PUNCH] key will not turn the parameter ON, and the message Void Out Point! will appear.) Pressing the [PLAY] button under this condition will put the recorder into Rehearsal mode for Auto Punch In/Out recording. Pressing the [PLAY] button and [RECORD] button simultaneously will put the recorder into Take mode. There are five combinations of the REHEARSAL LED and TAKE LED that indicate the status of the recorder regarding auto punch recording:
Auto Punch mode OFF Both REHEARSAL LED and TALE LED are off. Auto Punch mode ON

PGM Duplicate?(*2)

Both REHEARSAL LED and TALE LED are blinking. Auto Punch TAKE mode Only the TAKE LED (red) is lit. Auto Punch REHEARSAL mode Only the REHEARSAL LED (green) is lit. Rehearsal mode entered by means of MMC or foot switch Only the REHEARSAL LED (green) is blinking.
(*1): After you execute copy clip, Copy Paste appears. After you execute move clip, Move Paste appears. (*2): The program duplicate display will appear only if the current drive was set to ON for the "Multiple Undo Function" when formatting. If the current drive is set to OFF, the program duplicate display will not appear even if the [EDIT] key is pressed.
* Refer to page 68 for more information about Copy Clip, Move Clip, Copy Paste, Erase, and Track Exchange. * Refer to page 36 for more information about program duplicate function.
This key is enabled only when the recorder is stopped.
If a correct value is not stored, pressing the [AUTO PUNCH] key will not enable the function, and the message Void Out Point! will appear. If a correct value is not stored, pressing the [AUTO PUNCH] key will not turn on the function, and the message Void Out Point! will alert you. In this case, set a correct value for the Auto Punch In/Out point. Also, the function is not turned on when you press the [AUTO PUNCH] key if the disk does not have enough recording space. The display will indicate -**H **M **S **F Over. * Refer to page 40 for details about Punch In/Out operation.

To format the current drive, select back-up E-IDE hard disk, select IDE2.

. To format a

8.Use the Jog dial to select the desired format type, then press and hold down the [RECORD] button and press the [EXECUTE/YES] key.
The recorder starts formatting the disk.
4.Press the [EXECUTE/YES] key while IDE1 or IDE2 is flashing.
The model name of the current drives hard disk appears and SURE ? flashes.
Formatting a backup disk (SCSI disk or optional DVD-RAM disk)
In the following, the disk for backup (SCSI disk or optional DVD-RAM disk) will be formatted. The disk for backup will be formatted in "24 bit Backup" or "16 bit Backup" to match the current drive quantization.
You cannot use the recorder to format a SCSI disk (or optional DVD-RAM disk) for saving and loading WAV files. First, format the disk for WAV files using a computer (PC/AT).
1.Press the [SETUP] key to put the recorder into Setup mode.
2.Turn the Jog dial to select the Disk Format? menu and press the [EXECUTE/YES] key.

IDE1 flashes.

3.Use the Jog dial to select flashing SCSI (or IDE2) and press the [EXECUTE/YES] key.
When formatting the disk of the SCSI drive connected to the SCSI connector, select "SCSI" or, "IDE2" when formatting the optional DVD-RAM disk. When the [EXECUTE/YES] key is pressed, the drive name will be shown in the display.

<Bit resolution>

The same figures in quantization of the current drive will be displayed for quantization of the backup format. Thus, when the current drive is 24bit, 24bit Backup? will be displayed, and for 16bit, 16bit Backup? will be displayed.
5.Press and hold down the [RECORD] button and press the [EXECUTE/YES] key.
4.Press the [EXECUTE/YES] key again.
The backup format will be displayed. Depending on quantization of the current drive, either "24 bit Backup?" or "16 bit Backup?" will be shown.
The recorder starts the backup format operation. During the format operation, REMAIN lights up on the screen and the recorder indicates the size of the unformatted area on the disk, which counts down as the format operation proceeds. Wait until formatting is complete. When the format operation is complete, COMPLETED ! lights up and the disk stops spinning.
6.Press the [EXIT/NO] key (or the [STOP] button) to exit Setup mode.
The recorder displays the time base value of the current drive that was shown before the unit entered Setup mode.
To eject the disk from the backup drive, press the [EJECT] button on the drive.

Playback start point Track 8 Track 7 Track 6 Track 5 Track 4 Track 3 Track 2 Track 1 This part is changed. Punch In point (Take In) Punch Out point (Take Out) Playback end point
You can single undo or redo Manual Punch In/ Out recording. Press the [UNDO/REDO] key after recording is complete to restore the conditions that existed prior to the recording. Press the [UNDO/REDO] key again to restore the conditions that existed after the recording. However, the procedures explained here is for Single Undo/Redo and there are limitations as written in the Notes below. If the current drive was formatted with the multiple undo function ON, Multiple Undo is also possible. Refer to page 66 for details on the Multiple Undo function.
Only track 3 in input monitorin, and data will be recorded. The RECORD LED lights up in this area.
The recorder enters recording mode at the Punch In point, and cancels recording mode at the Punch Out point.
4. Press the [STOP] button. 5. Play track 3 and check the result of Punch In/Out.
Note-1: This function only works when this recorder is in the stop mode. Note-2: After finishing manual punch in/out, please note that single Undo/Redo is not possible if the following have been executed.
Model D2424LV Reference Manual (Recording Digital Data)

Recording Digital Data

Digital recording from an external digital device
In addition to multirecording by connection to a digital mixer as explained in the separate Quick Operation Guide manual, the following explains the direct digital recording method by connection to external digital equipment (CD, MD, DAT, adat, etc.). When recording digital signals from an external digital equipment, digital signals to be input to the [DATA INPUT] connector of the D2424LV must be setup for S/P DIF (S/P DIF digital signals) or adat (adat digital signals) in the Digital Input Setup menu of the D2424LV SETUP mode. At the same time, the digital-in clock (Sync mode/async mode) should also be selected and setup for either sync with external digital signals or with the internal clock. Digital recording can be done on the currently active program, and Setup for digital inputs will be effective on all programs even when multiple number of programs are currently setup.
Connecting external digital equipment

* If the connected external device has only a COAXIAL (RCA pin) jack for digital input, use an optional Fostex COP-1/96k (optical/coaxial converter).
When you finish setting the parameters in Setup mode, press the [EXIT/NO] key or the [STOP] button to exit Setup mode.
Connecting a Digital Mixer
The following explanations assume that this is digital mixer, which can input digital signals whose clock source can be setup at digital in.

Digital Out

Digital In

Word In

Digital Mixer
<Precaution against the digital loop>
When interconnecting D2424LV and a digital mixer as shown in above schematic, if the D2424LV Setup of the digital input is set to adat or Sync (synchronous mode) of S/P DIF, and the digital mixer clock source is set to DIGITAL IN, a digital loop will be created and it will not operate correctly. In such a case, setup the D2424LV Setup of the digital input to adat or Async (asynchronous mode) of S/P DIF.
Model D2424LV Reference Manual (Recording to a Metronome Sound)
Recording to a Metronome Sound
This chapter explains how to record your performance while you are playing an instrument accompanied by a metronome based on the time signature and tempo specified in the Tempo Map. The metronome sound is output from track 24 on the D2424LV.
Initialize the recorder before the operation. If multiple Programs exist, first select the desired Program.
* With the metronome function ON and the RECORD TRACK select key for the track (track 24) to which the metronome sound is to be output set to READY, an attempt to record you cannot record to this track. Also, information which had already been recorded on this track cannot be played back. * Always switch off the Metronome function setting in the SETUP mode after finishing.
<Please remember this!>
In D2424LV which had been formatted to 96kHz/24bit or 88.2kHz/24bit (Real track 1-8) the metronome sound will be output from track 24. Therefore, Real tracks 1-8 can all be used for normal recording/playback.

Creating a Tempo Map

* Set the time signature using the Setting a time signature menu in SETUP mode.
Refer to the Setting a time signature section on page 109.
Turning the Metronome function on
* Turn the Metronome function on using the Setting the Metronome function menu in SETUP mode.
Refer to the Setting the Metronome function section on page 112.
* Set a tempo for a given point using the Setting a tempo in SETUP mode.
Refer to the Setting a tempo section on page 111.
Recording to a metronome sound

CLIPBOARD

AUTO RTN AUTO PUNCH

4, 9, 14

5, 13 6

10 2, 7

Checking the metronome sound
1. Press the [DISP SEL] key while holding down the [SHIFT] key to switch the time base in advance to BAR/BEAT/CLK. 2. Start playback from the beginning of the Program.
Even if the selected Program does not have any recorded data, track 24 outputs the metronome sound and the unit counts time.
Checking the recorded sound
13.Turn OFF the ready track [RECORD TRACK] select key. 14. Locate the top of the Program and start playback.
Adjust and monitor the track playback sound recorded on the mixer. Since the metronome function still remains ON at this time, you can hear the metronome sound during playback of the recorded sounds when you turn up the track 24 monitor volume.
3. Adjust the system so the sound output from track 24 can be monitored with the mixer.
You will hear the metronome sound output from track 24 using the Tempo Map created earlier.
4. After confirming the metronome sound, stop the recorder section and return to the top Program.
If you wish to redo the recording, repeat the recording after executing undo by using the single undo/redo or multiple undo functions.
Adjusting monitor/record level of the musical instrument
5. Press the [RECORD TRACK] select key of the track to record the musical instrument on, and then put that track in the READY mode. 6. Press the [RECORD] button.
The LED of the [RECORD] button will flash and the READY track will go to the input monitor mode.
7. Press the [PLAY] button and playback the Program from the top.
Only the READY track will go to the input monitor mode (recording does not take place), and all other tracks will be in the reproduction monitor mode, therefore track 24 plays back the metronome sound.
8. Play the musical instrument in time with the metronome and adjust the recording level of the track to be recorded on the mixer. 9. After adjusting the recording level, stop the recorder and return to the top of the Program.

Starting recording

10. Hold down the [RECORD] button and press the [PLAY] button to start recording.
The READY track will go to the input monitor mode just as when the recording level was adjusted. The time the level that was actually adjusted with the mixer will be recorded.
11. Play the musical instrument in time with the metronome.

Quitting recording

12. Press the [STOP] button to stop the recorder.
Model D2424LV Reference Manual (Storing a Locate Point (Edit Point)
Storing a Locate Point (Edit Point)
You can store specific individual time data (time, bar/beat/clock) in each memory key (*). The time data stored is used as an Editing Point to execute Locate Point or Auto Punch In/Out, Copy & Paste, Move & Paste or Erase. You can also store 99 (Locate Number 01-99) time data in the [LOCATE] key, in addition to the Memory key, to enable locate only features. This chapter will describe how to store specific data in the memory key and how to edit and re-store data is already stored in the memory key. The data stored in each memory are used for the following operations. Also, the 99 locate memories can be used for the Mark STOP memory. For details, refer to "Setup of stop function at the mark point" in the SETUP mode.

* Memory key

When you set the IN/OUT points for Auto Punch In/Out, IN/OUT points for Copy & Clip/Move & Clip, and START/END points for Auto Return/Auto Repeat, END points.

[AUTO PUNCH IN] key

Locating the AUTO PUNCH IN point. Recording start point for the Auto Punch In/Out operation. Paste start point for the Copy & Paste or Move & Paste operation. Erase start point for the Erase operation.

[AUTO PUNCH OUT] key

Locating the AUTO PUNCH OUT point. Recording end point for the Auto Punch In/Out operation. Erase end point for the Erase operation. Locating the CLIPBOARD IN point. Copy start point for copying or moving data to the clipboard during the Copy & Paste or Move & Paste operation. Locating the CLIPBOARD OUT point. Copy end point for copying or moving data to the clipboard during the Copy & Paste or Move & Paste operation. Locating the AUTO RTN START point. Locate end point from AUTO RTN END in Auto Return or Auto Repeat modes.

[CLIPBOARD IN] key

[CLIPBOARD OUT] key

[AUTO RTN START] key

[AUTO RTN END] key
Locating the AUTO RTN END point. Locate start point to AUTO RTN START in Auto Return or Auto Repeat modes.
<Note on storing the locate point>
When you set the IN/OUT points for Auto Punch In/Out, IN/OUT points for Copy & Clip/Move & Clip, and START/END points for Auto Return/Auto Repeat, make sure that IN points precede the OUT points and START points precede the END points.
You can also store time data in the [LOCATE] key, in addition to each memory key explained above. You can store up to 99 individual time data in the [LOCATE] key for locate only features. Store the data by specifying Locate Number to locate the intended time data. Note that the [LOCATE] key always stores the last located time data in real-time. This Locate Number is stored as 00, and does not require a Locate Number specification to locate it. Simply pressing the [LOCATE] key directly, will locate that data. This becomes an advantage since it is possible to repeatedly locate the last located point. You can edit the data stored in the [LOCATE] key, as so with the data stored in the Memory key. For more details refer to page 53. You can store locate points for each Program. (You need to select a Program first.) When executing save/load of song data via SCSI, these data can be directly saved/loaded. Save/load by DAT and adat cannot be done. All locate points stored in the memory keys will be maintained after you turn off the recorder.

4. Press the [LOCATE] key again.
The time data of the selected LOCATE number is swiftly located. The located time data is constantly stored as time data in Locate Number 00.
Locate a specified point Locate the position stored in one of the memory keys Press the desired memory key, then press the [LOCATE] key.
The recorder will locate the point (edit point) stored in the corresponding memory key immediately.
Refer to Editing and storing locate data in the chapter Storing a Locate Point (Edit Point) for information on how to edit the data and on pressing the [LOCATE] key instead of the [STORE] key.
The point at specified time value (or bar/beat/clock value) will be located immediately.
Locate the last-located point Directly press the [LOCATE] key.
The time data of Locate number 00 is located. Locate number 00 is always update with the last data located (excluding LOCATE ABS 0 and LOCATE REC END). Therefore, you will locate the data in memory number 00 every time you directly press the [LOCATE] key.
The located time data is always stored as time data in Locate Number 00.

Auto Play function

The Auto Play function allows the recorder to start play back automatically from the located point. AUTO PLAY mode should be turned on before you execute the Direct Locate function described above.
This function is effective within 24 ABS hours. Therefore, if playback continues over the recording end point, the recorder will still continue counting the time. Also, when the recorder locates ABS REC END, it will continue counting the time from the recording end point. (However, the unit does not access the disk after reaching the recording end point.) If the "Chain Play? menu in the SETUP mode is set other than "Off," ON/OFF of AUTO PLAY cannot be executed.
<Example: Operation at locating to the AUTO PUNCH IN point.>

AUTO PUNCH IN point

2. Press the [LOCATE] key, or memory key.
The recorder locates the point and plays as shown in the diagram.
3. Press the [STOP] button to stop the unit.
PLAYBACK LOCATE START LOCATE PLAYBACK

LOCATE START

1. Press the [AUTO RTN/AUTO PLAY] key to turn on the [AUTO PLAY] LED.

[DATA INPUT] 1-8

adat Out (or Digital Out)
1.Setup the external device so that it can output a digital signal. 2.Locate the beginning of the pilot signal recorded in the saved data.
* Refer to the instruction manual that came with your external digital device for details.
Executing the load operation
You will use the Load PGM ? menu in Setup mode. Input format available Programs available Track available : : : : adat, SPDIF, SCSI, IDE2 When using an adat/SPDIF -> P01 - P99 (each program individually) When using a SCSI/IDE2 -> P01 - P99 or All program When using an adat or DAT-> Tracks 1-8, 1-16, 1-24, 1-32, 1-40, 1-48, 1-56, 9-16, 9-24, 9-32, 9-40, 9-48, 9-56, 17-24, 17-32, 17-40, 17-48, 17-56 25-32, 25-40, 25-48, 25-56, 33-40, 33-48, 33-56, 41-48, or 49-56 : When using a SCSI/IDE2 -> All tracks (1-56) will be automatically selected.
The recorder will enter the Setup mode.
7.Select the desired track range using the Jog dial.
You can select 1, 9, 17, 25, 33, 41 and 49 of the points that are flashing (left). Use the Shuttle dial to move the flashing cursor to the left, then turn the Jog dial to select 8, 16, 24, 32, 40, 48 and 56.
2.Use the Jog dial to select Load PGM ?, and then press the [EXECUTE/YES] key.
The message Load Device? and the type of digital signal to be loaded (SPDIF, adat, SCSI or IDE2) will flash on the display.
8.Press the [EXECUTE/YES] key. (SURE? flashes.)
"EXT" and "DIGITAL" will light up and "SURE?" will flash in the display.

CLOCK EXT DIGITAL

Lit Lit
If digital signal is being input correctly, a DIGITAL and EXT indicator will light up on the display. If the DIGITAL and EXT indicator flashes, check the connection, cabling, and the settings of the recorder and the external device. The FS indication will flash and warn you if the sampling frequency of the recorder and DAT vary when loading with S/P DIF digital signals. Be careful when setting the sampling frequency for adat digital signals because there will be no FS warning though there may be a discrepancy.

When selecting a "Save All ? (**/**):
The display will change for selecting the program to start the save. When the Jog dial is rotated, 01 through the last program number can be selected.
When inserting a disk that is saved or loaded with other data
If it is executed with 01 displayed, all programs will be saved. If another number is selected, from the selected number to the last can be saved. If the [EXECUTE/YES] key is pressed after selecting the starting program, the save will start and at the instant it is finished, "COMPLETED!" will light up.
The following display may appear as an example, when inserting such type of disk. This prompt is asking you whether you want to erase the existing data saved on the disk that was inserted, and indicates that you have entered the "Delete PGM?" menu in the SETUP mode. If it is okay to erase that disk, press the [EXECUTE/ YES] key. The "Delete ALL PGM?" message will appear. Press the [EXECUTE/YES] key to delete all programs. Save is automatically resumed after the programs are deleted. If it is not okay to erase the disk, turn the Jog dial to select "Eject" when the above indication appears to eject the disk. Press the [EXECUTE/YES] key after "Eject" is selected. When the disk is ejected, then a prompt to "Insert Disk" will appear on the display. Insert another disk.
When selecting a program to save that requires several disks:
Save will immediately start if the [EXECUTE/YES] key is pressed. The save process appears as in the above case. When the first disk is full, that disk is ejected and the display will indicate Insert second disk !.
When inserting a disk that was used as the current drive
"Wrong Disk" will briefly appear, the "Disk Format?" menu of the SETUP mode will appear for backup formatting, then the following indication will appear. If it is okay to proceed formatting, then execute the formatting process as done in the above case. If it is not okay to proceed formatting, then turn the Jog dial to select "Eject" to eject the disk. The save operations can automatically be resumed in such manner when the disk is formatted as a backup disk or when a program is deleted.
Save is automatically resumed when the second disk is inserted in the SCSI drive. The same process is repeated when a third, or more disks are required. When the program is successfully saved on the last disk, the program time base indication (ABS 0) that was started up prior to entering the SETUP mode appears and COMPLETED! lights up.
<Notes on saving all programs in several disks>
In the previous procedure, when the left and right numbers were different such as "(05/08)" in the "(**/**)" display of "Save All (**/**)," it could not be saved in one disk, and indicated that a multiple number of disks were required. For example, if save was executed while "Save All (05/08)" was displayed, programs 1-5 could be saved in the first disk but programs beyond 6 had to be saved in another disk. In this case, if save is continued in the second disk, the same B01 (backup number 01) for the first disk will be attached and saved. In other words, if "All Save" is executed in a multiple number of disks, backup number "B01" will be attached to all of the backup disks. For this reason, on the disk after it has been saved, it is recommended to clearly indicate what program is stored in it.

Loading the data using SCSI
Here you are loading on the current drive, the data of each program saved on the backup purpose SCSI disk. The prerequisite is that a backup SCSI drive is connected to the recorder.
Load the data saved on one removable disk.
Load the program with the Load PGM? menu in the SETUP mode.
Input format available Programs available Track available : : : : adat, SPDIF, SCSI, IDE2 When using an adat/SPDIF -> P01 - P99 (each program individually) When using a SCSI/IDE2 -> P01 - P99 or All program When using an adat or DAT-> Tracks 1-8, 1-16, 1-24, 1-32, 1-40, 1-48, 1-56, 9-16, 9-24, 9-32, 9-40, 9-48, 9-56, 17-24, 17-32, 17-40, 17-48, 17-56 25-32, 25-40, 25-48, 25-56, 33-40, 33-48, 33-56, 41-48, or 49-56 : When using a SCSI/IDE2 -> All tracks (1-56) will be automatically selected.
4. Select the backup number and press the [EXECUTE/YES] key.
It will change to the display for setup of a new program in the current drive.
2.Use the Jog dial to select Load PGM?, and press the [EXECUTE/YES] key.
An indication of the type of the digital signal to be loaded will flash on the display.
Turning the Jog dial in this state makes it possible to select another program, other than the above, on the current drive. The size of the program appears when the program is selected. If you select a program that is already recorded with data and load is executed for the load destination, the existing data is deleted while loading takes place. If you do not want to overwrite the existing data, select New PGM mentioned above, prior to loading.
3. Press the [EXECUTE/YES] key while "SCSI *" is flashing.
It will change to the display for selecting the backup number saved in the backup disk.
Song data will be loaded to the selected Program. If, for example, backup 1 is started for Program 1, then B01 >> P01 ***MB will appear, REMAIN lights up, load proceeds, and ***MB (program size) is counted down, when individual programs are loaded. When the load operation is complete, COMPLETED! will light and the recorder will display the Time Base that was shown before the unit entered the Setup mode.
6.Press the [STOP] button or the [EXIT/NO] key.
COMPLETED! will turn off.
When the Jog dial is rotated, in addition to each backup number, "Load All?" can be selected. All programs can be loaded when "Load All? (**/**)" is selected.
You cannot abort a load operation on a SCSI device while it is in progress.

Recording enabled/disabled
1.While the recorder is stopped, press the [SETUP] key to enter SETUP mode. 2.Turn the Jog dial to select Rec Protect ? (? flashes), then press the [EXECUTE/YES] key.
The current setting appears on the display. Pressing the [EXECUTE/YES] key turns off the flashing ? character, and the recording enabled/disabled indicator flashes. With the initial setting, Off flashes as shown below.
3.Use the Jog dial to enable or disable recording.
Rotating the Jog dial clockwise and counter-clockwise will flash On and Off alternately. Selecting Off enables recording; you can record, paste, and erase data. Selecting On disables recording; and you cannot record, paste, or erase data.
When recording is disabled (On) and you try to record, paste, or erase data, the recorder displays Protected for a second, indicating that you cannot perform the operation. To perform the operation, you need to enable recording (Off).
Setting digital input (D. in ? menu)
In the Setting a digital input menu, the signal to be input to the [DATA INPUT] connector of the recorder can be set for either digital signals (adat digital signal or S/P DIF digital signal) or analog signals, and also setup of the digital in clock (synchronous or asynchronous). By using this function, signals from external digital equipment (CD, MD, DAT, adat digital mixer) can be digitally recorded. When selecting the clock, there are the Async and Sync modes; either should be selected depending on the application. If it is set to Async mode, the later explained Clock Sel? (Setting the operating clock) should be setup in accordance to the application.
[Analog] [adat: Async] (adat digital signal/Asynchronous mode) [adat: Sync] (adat digital signal/Synchronous mode) [SPDIF: Async] (S/P DIF digital signal/Asynchronous mode) [SPDIF: Sync] (S/P DIF digital signal/Synchronous mode) [Analog] (not assigned digital signal) * This setting is shared by all Programs in the same disk. * The settings cannot be saved and loaded as part of the song data. * The settings are maintained after you turn off the power to the recorder. Initial setting: Assignable digital signal/setting digital in-clock:
<Function of the [DATA INPUT] connectors>
<Setup for analog signals>
If the digital input is set up for Analog (Initial setting), digital signals cannot be input at [DATA INPUT] 1-8, 9-16 and 17-24 of the D2424LV.
<Setup for S/P DIF digital signals>
If the digital input is set up for S/P DIF (Async or Sync), only [DATA INPUT] 1-8 can be used. S/P DIF digital signals input to [DATA INPUT] 1-8 will be assigned and recorded in tracks 1 and 2 of D2424LV.

The current setting will start flashing which indicates it is ready to change setting. In the case of initial setting it will show IDE1.
4.Press the [EXECUTE/YES] key after choosing the setting you want.
3.With the Jog dial, choose either IDE1, IDE2 or SCSI you want.
Setup of the display contrast level (Contrast ? menu)
The contrast level of the D2424LV display can be setup. Because this setup content will be registered in the D2424LV internal System ROM, it will be held even though the current drive hard disk is replaced.
Initial setting : Level 6 * Range which can be setup : Level 0 - Level 12 (Can be set in one step increments.) * Setup content can be saved/loaded as song data.
Setting the contrast level
1.While the recorder is stopped, press the [SETUP] key to enter SETUP mode. 2.Turn the Jog dial to select Contrast ? (? flashes), then press the [EXECUTE/YES] key.
The display will change as shown below and the currently setup contrast level will be displayed (Initial setting is 06). The flashing ? will disappear when the [EXECUTE/YES] key is pressed and the currently set figure will flash.
3. Select the desired contrast level by rotating the Jog dial, then press the [EXECUTE/YES] key.
The contrast level can be selected in the 0-12 range. After selecting, the selected drive will be setup by pressing the [EXECUTE/YES] key.
Setup of 0 file recording function (Zero File ? menu)
Whether or not a 0 file should be recorded is setup with the Setup of 0 file recording function menu. Normally, at recording adat or S/P DIF digital signals, if about one second of continuous Data 0 is input, a 0 file is automatically created and a 0 file will be recorded in the disk as shown in schematic below.
As explained in Audio file and event on page 29 in the Before Starting section of this manual, a 0 file in the no sound section will always be counted as 1 event. Consequently, if you create a lot of 0 file during digital recording, it will cause event overflow on the disk. To prevent such event overflow, the Zero File? menu can be used to setup so as not to generate 0 files, In the initial setting, it is set to Enable for generating 0 files but by changing this to Disable 0 files will not be generated, and audio files will then be recorded continuously.

 

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8346 Timecode/Sync Card Option for D2424LV Designed for D2424LV Recorder Recorder Accessories The Fostex 8346 is a timecode/sync card option designed for use with the D2424LV digital recorder. Internal timecode as well as timecode converted from ABS or recorded timecode can be output as LTC. An independent timecode function generates timecode from a 24 hour clock or any designated timecode address. You can also Force Jam to a timecode. The card supports 24 25 30ND 30DF 29.97ND & 29.97DF timecode rates and is also compliant with the P2 protocol for use with various video editors.

 

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