Reviews & Opinions
Independent and trusted. Read before buy Fostex DMT-8!

Fostex DMT-8

Manual

Preview of first few manual pages (at low quality). Check before download. Click to enlarge.
Manual - 1 page  Manual - 2 page  Manual - 3 page 

Download (English)
Fostex DMT-8, size: 5.0 MB
Related manuals
Fostex DMT-8 Service Manual
Fostex DMT-8VL
Fostex DMT-8VL Service Manual

Instruction: After click Download and complete offer, you will get access to list of direct links to websites where you can download this manual.

About

Fostex DMT-8About Fostex DMT-8
Here you can find all about Fostex DMT-8 like manual and other informations. For example: digital multitracker.

Fostex DMT-8 manual (user guide) is ready to download for free.

On the bottom of page users can write a review. If you own a Fostex DMT-8 please write about it to help other people.

 

[ Report abuse or wrong photo | Share your Fostex DMT-8 photo ]

Video review

Slabo Day played on a 1979 Fender Stratocaster Cover (Original: Peter Green ...

 

User reviews and opinions

<== Click here to post a new opinion, comment, review, etc.

Comments to date: 11. Page 1 of 1. Average Rating:
just30 9:44am on Sunday, October 3rd, 2010 
Although I have only had this product for about two weeks, it has worked excellent. This has the modem and router built in and it is amazing.
Adrian_au 6:54am on Friday, October 1st, 2010 
A brilliant reliable router from Netgear. This is the version 5 DG834G from Netgear. I use this with a PC and wireless laptop. Steer clear of Mr PJR Lewis I think i will ignore everything Mr PJR lewis is saying as he is without doubt a professional reviewer and seems to give e...
thansen 1:36am on Sunday, September 5th, 2010 
This is ADSL2+ wireless router so its also pricey too. Yeah every ADSL2+ is costly because its new technology. Its working good.
9400Nørresundby 1:53am on Sunday, May 30th, 2010 
Great modem/router. I replaced the old DSL modem furnished by my provider and the previous Netgear router which had stopped working. netgear has these new features that are great. It does work...when its not hung up on me Was able to install with AT&T DSL service, but not without a lot of phone calls and manipulation.
Barronmore 1:39am on Tuesday, May 25th, 2010 
DG834 version 4 problems with Skype This is a great modem / router but there are well documented problems with the firmware released in the summer of ... Robust Router Bought his router a few months ago to upgrade from the standard Kingston Communications router provided with the Karoo Broadband package...
maxfax 11:21pm on Monday, May 24th, 2010 
Great modem router wireless!! Fast, consistent and reliable. Others may say it has interferrence but that is their problems!! If ur a pro online gamers I would not recomend this router since its a buggy version.
ericrh 2:08pm on Sunday, May 9th, 2010 
Worked within 10 minutes of getting out of the box. I have no complaints so far -- as many features as I could ask for. With decent firmware, this would be a good product. Unfortunately, even with the latest firmware download (1.04.
hazelton 4:38am on Thursday, April 8th, 2010 
The router has everything you want at a reasonable price: Firewall, Wi-Fi, router/ADSL modem. New firmware 1.04.01 is still buggy.
p_brack 5:55pm on Thursday, April 1st, 2010 
I bought this adapter for my Dell PC with XP back in March 2010. I first installed the software that came with the CD as instructed.
wilson.dutra 8:36pm on Tuesday, March 30th, 2010 
I recently tried other cheaper adapters since my D-link WDL 520 stoped working and found they are all too slow even I used antenna extension as with m...
$lanell_21 9:31am on Sunday, March 21st, 2010 
I bought this adapter for my Dell PC with XP back in March 2010. I first installed the software that came with the CD as instructed.

Comments posted on www.ps2netdrivers.net are solely the views and opinions of the people posting them and do not necessarily reflect the views or opinions of us.

 

Documents

doc0

RECORD TRACK 4/G4 5/G1

DISP SEL

EXECUTE /YES

EXIT /NO

AUTO RTN AUTO PLAY

TIMEBASE SEL

CLIPBOARD AUTO PUNCH

AECALL

AUTO RTN

REHEARSAL TAKE AUTO PUNCH HD ACCESS LOCATE

COPY/MOVE

PGM CHANGE
The following functions have been added to the HOLD/> key, STORE key, and PASTE key.
1. Pressing the STORE key while holding down the HOLD/> key allows you
to select a Program. You can select a Program any time other than when the recorder section is in REC mode or Play mode. Refer to "Program Change function on the next page for details.
2. The Move & Paste function has been added to the PASTE key.
Using this key allows you to select whether you execute the Copy & Paste function or the Move & Paste function. Refer to "Copy & Paste/ Move & Paste" on page 6 for details.
1. Program Change function
The Program Change function allows you to select any of five Programs (15) to which the hard disk apace is allotted, so you can record, playback, eddit, and archives up to five songs individually on a single hard disk (as long as there is adequate free space on the disk). You can create an individual song, so that for example the first song is in Program 1, the second song in Program 2 etc. To perform recording, playback , edit, and archives, first select a desired Program. How to switch a Program * You can select a Program any time other than when the recorder section is in REC mode or PLAY mode. When you turn on the power to the DMT-8, a Program with the Time Base used before you turned off the power will be selected. (When you turn on the power to the unit for the first time after unpacking, the DMT-8 will start with Program 1 with "ABS TIME" base.) Make sure that the DMT-8 is stopped when you select a Program.

ABS H M S

Displayed Program Number
Here, lets assume that Program 1 with "ABS TIME" display was selected when you turned on the power to the DMT-8. 1. While the screen shown above is displayed, pressing the STORE key while holding down the HOLD/> key and repeatedly to switch Programs from P1 through P5. The following figure indicates that each Program with a Time Base of "ABS" is selected.
ABS H M S ABS H M S ABS H M S
DMT-8 Ver 2.0 Supplement to the Owners Manual If the Time Base for each Program is different, something similar to the following figure will appear. In this example, Program I has a Time Base of "ABS Time", Program 2 with a Time Base of "BAR/BEAT/CLK", Program 3 with "MTC TIME", and Programs 4 and 5 with "ABS TIME".

1. Press the RECALL key, then the CLIPBOARD IN key (or predd only the CLIPBOARD IN key) to enter edit mode. 2. Select the digit to edit using the HOLD/> key on the SHUTTLE dial, and use the JOG dial to set a desired time value. 3. Press the STORE key, then the CLIPBOARD IN key. The specified time will be stored at the CLIPBOARD IN key as the copy start point (clipboard In point), and the DMT-8 will quit edit mode, displaying the previous screen. * You can store the start point in real-time instead of following Steps 1-3 described above. (While playing back the data, predd the STORE key, the CLIPBOARD IN key.)
Specifying and storing the End point (Clipboard In point)
4. Press the RECALL key, then the CLIPBOARD OUT key (or predd only the CLIPBOARD OUT key) to enter edit mode.
5. Select the digit to edit using the HOLD/> key or the SHUTTLE dial, and use the JOG dial to set a desired time value. 6. Press the STORE key, then the CLIPBOARD OUT key. the specified time will be stored at the CLIPBOARD OUT key as the copy end point (Clipboard Out point), and the DMT-8 will quit edit mode, displaying the previous screen.
* To check to see if the correct In/Out points have been stored, press the CLIPBOARD IN/CLIPBOARD OUT keys. The display will show the stored time value.
Hints; When you are sorting the In/Out points in real-time while using the "BAR/BEAT/CLK" Time Base, you can store then in steps of beats if the "rESoLu" (Display Resolution mode On/Off) in Setup mode is "ON". When this resolution mode is "ON" the CLK value will be rounder up or off to "00" (at the beginning of the data) as soon as you press the STORE key. This function is useful when you wish to use the Copy & Paste or Move & Paste function in steps of beats. Refer to page 23 of this supplement for detailed operation.

Copying

7. Select a copy source track using the RECORD TRACK select key. * You can select a mono track or multiple tracks. When using the Copt & Paste or Move & Paste function, however, you can change the paste destination track only when you have selected a mono track, or an odd-numbered track and the adjacent evennumbered track (i.e.; 1-2, 3-4, 5-6, 7-8). If you have copied multiple tracks (other than the above combination), the data will be pasted to the copy source tracks. (track 1 -> track 1.track 3 -> track 3 etc.) 8. Press the COPY key. The data will be copied immediately. The display will show Copy Clip", the "COMPLETED!" and returns to the previous screen. Now, the specified sound data has been copied onto the Clipboard as paste data. Follow the procedure below to use the Copy & Paste operation, or the Move & Paste operation. * The setups up to here apply to both the Copy & Paste function and the Move & Paste operation, since you will eventually select one of the functions before you press the PASTE key.

Executing the Copy & Paste operation
* The data on the Clipboard remain unchanged after you execute the Copy & Paste operation. Therefore, you can paste the same data as many times as you wish. (However, the data on the Clipboard will be cleared after executing the Move & Paste operation.)
DMT-8 Ver 2.0 Supplement to the Owners Manual 4. Press the PASTE key. Pressing the key repeatedly will change the display indication in the following order; "coPy PASt" ->-> (after one second) ->-> "rPt 01 PASt ARE YOU SURE?" (ready for the Copy & Paste operation), alternatively "movE PASt" ->-> (after one second) ->-> "rPt 01 movE ARE YOU SURE?" (ready for the Move & Paste operation). In this procedure, select "rPt 01 PASt ARE YOU SURE?" to execute the Copy & Paste operation. The copy source track number will light up, and "01" will blink indicating that the number of repeats to paste is "one". 5. Specify the copy destination track and the number of repeats to paste. * Specifying the copy & paste destination track; select the destination track using the RECORD TRACK select key. (You do not need to specify the track if you are going to copy & paste data in the copy source track.) * Specifying the number of repeats to copy & paste; Turn the JOG dial to change the blinking number "01" to any value between 01 and 99. (If there is not enough free space on the hard disk, the repeat time will be limited to a number less than 99, and you will be enable to specify a larger number when you turn the JOG dial.) 6. Press the EXECUTE/YES key. The upper row of the display will show the time taken for the Copy & Paste operation, then "CoPY", "PASt", then "COMPLETED!". Press the EXIT/NO key to go back to the previous screen. Now the audio data on the Clipboard has been pasted to the specified track stating with the AUTO PUNCH IN point. For example, executing the function with a repeat number of "rPt 03" (three times)will paste the data as shown in the diagram below.
Auto Punch In Point Repeat number of "03"
* To cancel the Copy & Paste operation, press the EXIT/NO key when the display blinks the "ARE YOU SURE?" massage. If you wish to abort the Copy & Paste operation after you have pressed the EXCUTE/YES key, press the STOP button or the EXIT/NO key before the display show "COMPLETE!" medicating completion of the Copy & Paste operation. If you cancel or abort the Copy & Paste operation in these ways, no part of the copied data will be pasted. (Even if you abort an operation in progress, nothing will be pasted.)
After you copy & paste data onto any part of the copy source data, if you wish to redo the Copy & Paste operation, erasing the pasted part will also change the original copy source data. (Refer to page 88 of the main manual for details.) If you wish to redo the Copy & Paste operation, do not erase the paste part, instead, be sure to undo the operation.

DMT-8 Ver 2.0 Supplement to the Owners Manual 2. Specify the move destination track and the number of repeats to paste. * Specifying the move & paste designation track; Select the destination track using the RECORD TRACK select key. (You do not need to specify the track if you are going to move & paste data in the copy source track.) * Specifying the number of repeats to move & paste; Turn the JOG dial to change the blinking number "01" to any value between 01 and 99. (if there is not enough free space on the hard disk, the repeat time will be limited to a number less than 99, and you will be unable to specify a large number when you turn the JOG dial.) 3. Press the EXECUTE/YES key. The upper row of the display will show the time taken for the Move & Paste operation, then "MoVE", "PASt", then "COMPLETED!", Press the EXIT/NO key to go back to the previous screen. Now the audio data on the Clipboard has been pasted to the specified track starting with the Auto Punch In point. Unlike the Copy & Paste operation, executing the Move & Paste function will erase the original data and the data on the Clipboard. For example, executing the function with a repeat number of "rPt 03" (three times) will paste the data as shown in the diagram below.
* To cancel the Move & Paste operation, press the EXIT/NO key when the display shows blinks the "ARE YOU SURE?" message. If you wish to abort the paste operation after you have pressed the EXECUTE/YES key, press the STOP button or the EXIT/NO key before the display shows "COMPLETED!", indicating the completion of the paste operation. If you cancel or abort the press operation in these ways, no part of the copied data will be pasted at all. (Even if you abort an operation in progress, nothing will be pasated.) The data on the Clipboard will be cleared after the Move & Paste function is executed. Therefore, you cannot paste the same data again.
Undo;/Reedo of the Mode & Paste function

You can use the Undo/Redo funcctions for the Move & Paste operation in the same way as for the Copy & Paste operation.

Notes on Cut/Erase

Follow the procedure in the main manual for the Cut/Erase function. Also, follow the notes below:
< Note > The Cut/Erase function is effective only for the currently-selected Program. Be sure to check the Program number before executing this function. < Note > If you try to cut the data for a program in its entirety by storing the ABS 0 point at the Auto Punch In point, about 100ms of data may remain at the beginning. In this case, us the Erase function to erase the unnecessary part. (The Erase function can erase data that was not deleted by the Cut function.)
3. Changed and Added functions in Setup mode
The following paragraphs regarding Setup mode explain changed or added functions in Version 2.0. * "SAvE" (saving data to an external DAT recorder) has been extended. Now you can select whether you wish to save only the currently-selected Program or all the Programs (Programs 1-5). * "MTC OFFSET" (setting an MTC offset value) precision has been improved. You can set the MTC offset value in sub-frame units. * "dG in" (selecting a digital input channel) has been added. You can route digital signals from thee DATA IN connector (16-bit, 44.1kHz, S/P DIF format) to any two tracks for digital recording. * "dG out" (selecting a digital output channel) has been added. You can select Tracks 1-2, 3-4, 5-6, 7-8 or mixer stereo L/R outputs signals from the DATA OUT connector (16-bit, 44.1kHz, S/P DIF format). * "SLAvE" (selecting Slave mode ON/OFF) has been added. You can operate the DMT-8 in Slave mode by sending the MTC and digital signals from the MIDI OUT connector of a master DMT-8 or D-80. * "dEvicE" (selecting a device ID) has been added. This function allows you to set receive device number (linked to the transmit device number) used for controlling the DMT-8 via MMC (MIDI Machine Control) or FEX (Fostex System Exclusive Message). * "Undo" (selecting an effective range of the Undo function) has been added. In addition to the Undo/Redo function for editing and for Auto Punch In/Out recording, the Undo/Redo function for direct recording (normal recording performed by pressing the REC button while holding down the PLAY button) is now available.

2. Press the EXECUTE/YES key again. Letter "L -" on the display will blink, and you can now edit the value.
3. Use the SHUTTLE dial to select blinking "L -" or "R -", and turn the JOG dial to input numeric data (1-8). 4. Press the EXECUTE/YES key again. The display in Step 1 will appear, and the setting is complete. 5. Press the STOP button or the EXIT/NO key to quit Setup mode.
You cannot use the tracks for analog recording iff they are assigned to digital input. Therefore, return this parameter to the "OFF" setting after digital recording is complete. If you assign the same track to both digital inputs L and R, the L channel will have priority and the R channel will automatically be "OFF".

< Note >

Recording digitally from an external device

DATA IN

OPTICAL OUT

Digital Equipment

(CD player or MD player)
1. Connect an optical cable to the DMT-8s DATA IN and to the OPTICAL OUT connector on the external digital device (CD player or MD player). If the external digital device has only coaxial connectors for digital output, use an optical COP-1 (optical/coaxial converter). 2. Pressing the STORE key while holding down the HOLD/> key allows you to select a recording Program. 3. Assign a recording track in "dG in" of Setup mode on the DMT-8. If digital signal is being input correctly, the display will show the illuminated message "DIGITAL IN". If the signal input is incorrect, this message will blink. 4. Press the RECORD TRACK select key for the track you selected in Step 3, and the display will show "READY". 5. Confirm that "DIGITAL IN" on the display is lit, and press the RECORD button while holding down the PLAY button on the DMT-8 to start recording. You do not have to adjust the digital recording level. 6. Start playing back data on the external digital device. 7. When recording is complete, press the STOP button on both the DMT-8 and the digital device. * Refer to next page "<Note> Important" for details.
< WARNING > * Important !*
After digital recording is complete, or during the time when you are not performing digital recording, set the digital input L/R channels to " -" (no assing). If the digital input channels remain assigned to the tracks and you set the tracks in recording mode (or in input monitoring mode), abnormal digital signals ("DIGITAL IN" is blinking) may cause the digital signals to from loops and oscillate internally, leading to possible damage to the external speakers.

* Important !*

After completing digital recording, if you wish to continue a different digital recording session, make sure to supply correct digital signals to the DMT-8 unitl a series of digital recording sessions is finished. (Do not remove the optical cable or turn the power to the external device during the session.) When you are performing a new digital recording session (or input monitoring), abnormal digital signals ("DIGITAL IN" is blinking) may cause the digital signals to from loops and oscillate internally, leading to possible damage to the external speakers.
It is prohibited by law to record and use any piece of music for which copyright is possessed by a third party for commercial purpose - such as contents, broadcasting, and sales - any purpose other than for your personal pleasure.
3-4. Setting a digital output channel ("dG out")
Using "dG out" of Setup menu, you can assign any of analog outputs 1-8 to digital output L or R. Select any one combination from "1-2", "3-4", "5-6", "7-8", and "s t" (DMT-8 stereo output L/R). This assignment will allow you to record digital data from the DMT-8s DATA OUT to an external digital device (such as CD, MD, etc.) This setting will be shared by all Programs. The dealt setting is "s t" (DMT-8 stereo output L/R). Tuning the power off will set this setting to default. 1. Press the DISP SEL key to select "SETUP" and press the EXECUTE/YES key. (The "SETUP" indicator will light up.) Turn the JOG dial to select blinking "dG out". The display will change to something like this, and the current value will appear. (The default setting is "cH s t".)
DMT-8 Ver 2.0 Supplement to the Owners Manual 2. Press the EXECUTE/YES key again. The letter "cH s t" on the display will blink, and you can now edit the value.
3. Use the JOG dial to select from "1-2", "3-4", "5-6", "7-8", and "s t". 4. Press the EXECUTE/YES key again. The display in Step I will appear, and the setting is complete. 5. Press the STOP button or the EXIT/NO key to quit Setup mode.
Recording digitally an external device

DATA OUT

OPTICAL IN
1. Connect an optical cable to the DMT-8s DATA OUT and to the OPTICAL IN connector on an external digital device (DAT or MD player). If the external digital device has only coaxial connectors for digital input, use an optical COP-1 (optical/coaxial converter). 2. Pressing the STORE key while holding down the HOLD/> key allows you to select an output Program. 3. Assing an output track in "dG out" of Setup mode on the DMT-8. If you select tracks "1-2", "3-4", "5-6", "7-8", the add number track will be assigned to digital output R channel. 4. Start recording on the external digital device. 5. Press the PLAY button on the DMT-8 to start playing back data. 6. When recording is completed, press the STOP button on both the DMT8 and the digital device.

2. Press the EXECUTE/YES key again. The letters "oFF" on the display will blink, and you can edit the value now.
3. Use the JOG dial to select "oFF" or "on". Turning the JOG dial counter-clockwise will select "oFF", and turning it clockwise will select "on". 4. Press the EXECUTE/YES key again. The display in Step 1 will appear, and the setting is complete. 5. Press the STOP button or the EXIT/NO key to quit Setup mode.
The DMT-8 requires an external digital as well as an external MTC for its slave operation. Therefore, connect the DATA OUT terminal off the master DMT-8 or DMT-8 Version 2.0 (or D-80) to the DATA IN terminal of the slave unit using an optical cable. (You do not need to set any other settings on the master unit, since the master units DATA OUT connector always outputs digital signal.) If you have not connected the units as described above (or in the slave unit does not receive digital signals correctly for some reason), the "DIGITAL IN" indicator of the slave unit will blink, indicating an error.
Synchronizing multiple DMT-8s in Slave mode
If you connect one DMT-8 as a master with another DMT-8 as a slave, you can realize a 16-input/16-track multitracker system.

MIDI IN

DMT-8 (Slave)
16-INPUTS (Analog Audio Signals)
1. Connect the DATA OUT connector of the master device with the DATA IN connector of the slave device using an optical cable. Connect the MIDI OUT of the master device with the MIDI IN of the slave service using a MIDI cable. 2. Set "MIDI SYNC OUT" of Setup mode on the master device to "mtc", and set "MTC OFFSET" and "FRAME RATE" to a desired value. On the slave device, set "MTC OFFSET" and "FRAME RATE" to the same value as those of the master device. 3. Set "SLAvE" of Setup mode on the Slave DMT-8 to "ON". When "on" is selected, the PLAY LED will blink. (This means that Slave mode has been set to "on" but synchronization has not been establisbed. When synchronizarion is estalished, the LED will light up.) After Slave mode of the DMT-8 (slave) is turned on, its "DIGITAL IN" will light up once digital signal output from the DMT-7 (master)is read correctly. (The message will blink if the signal is read incorrectly.) To operate two more DNT-8s in slave mode, use a commercially available MIDI para box (thru box), and connect the MTC output of the master DMT8 to the MIDI IN terminal of the other two DMT-8s. Connent the DATA OUT terminal of the first slave DMT-8 to the DATA IN terminal of the second DMT-8 using an optical cable.

32 2D (<edit message>) (<edit message>) (<edit message>) (<edit message>) (<sdit message>) (<edit massage><mmc track>) 32 4A (<edit message>) 32 4B (<edit message>) 32 4D (<sdit message>) 32 4E (<edit message>)

Status Request

Status request command Controller to D-80/DMT-8 ver 2.0 Loop op. status Loop status Post locate status Auto rec status Lock status Copy clip status Copy paste status 28 2D Status reply D-80/DMT-8 ver 2.0 to controller 32 or or or 21 (<Loop op. mode = 12>) 22 (<on/off>) 28 (<post locate status>) 2D (<edit message>) 41 (<lock status>) 45 (<edit message=01 or =14>) 46 (<edit message=02><mmc time>) 46 (<edit massage=00>) 47 (<edit message=02><mmc time>) 47 (<edit message=00>) 4C (<on/off>) 4D (<edit message=01 or =14>) 4E (<edit message=02><mmc time>) 4E (<edit message=00>) 41 (<channel><channel>) 42 (<channel><channel>) 43 (<program>) 44 (<on/off>) 45 (<count=08><level data>)
Erase status Nondes. mode Move clip status Nove paste status Digital in ch. st. Digital out ch. st. Program status Click status Level status

22 4C 22 4D 22 4E 44 45

< Note 1>
Nondes. mode: Abbreviation for "non destructive recording mode". When this mode is ON, not only "takes" made by various sound editing or AUTO PUNCH IN/OUT but "takes" recorded by simultaneous pressing of the PLAY and RECORD buttons (direct recording) will always be possible to UNDO (However, free disc memory space equivalent to the recording length will always be required). This is the same function of switching between "undo:ALL (Nondes.momde:on) < > Edit (Nomdes. mode: off )" in the setup menu on the main unit.

< Note 2>

There is a limitation on specifying the <channel><channel> setting. For details, refer to "Explanation on Command/Mode Set" mentioned in later pages.
EXPLANATION ON READ/WRITE INTO THE VARIOUS EDIT POINT MEMORY
The MMC response/information field "GP0~GP6" are allotted in the edit point memories (clipboard in, clipboard out, auto punch in, auto ounch out memory, etc.) which is necessary at editing. Therefore, at registering and readout of the edit point memory, the "WRITE (40)" command and the "READ (42)" command of MMC must be used. Relationship berween the Edit point memory of D-80/DMT-8 ver2.0 and GP0~ GP6 are shown below:

DMT-8 Ver 2.0 Supplement to the Owners Manual After the completion of erase operation, "(<edit message=01 (completed)>)" will be transmitted. If erase cannot be executed due to improper figures of the pre-registered auto punch in point/auuto punch out point, incorrect track section, etc., the corresponding edit message> will be replied. 12 48: cut When this command is received, D-80/DMT-8 ver2.0 will cut whole the section following the pre-recorded auto punch in point under the assumption that whole the tracks are nonrecorded section, With completion of the cut operation, this equipment will immediately reply with "(<edit massage=01 (completed)>). "If cut is unexecutable due to improper figure of the pre-registered auto punch in point, the corresponding <edit message> will be replied. 12 49: clipboard play When this command is received, D-80/DMT-8 ver2.0 will playback once from the head of the sound data copied in the clipboard by the copy clip and move clip commands. Immediately after receiving the command, D-80/DMT-8 ver2.0 will reply with "(<edit message=02 (active)><mmc track>)." The sound data track number is indicated by (mmc track>. Upon completion of playback, "(<edit message=01 (completed) is sent and clipboard play is ended. If there is no sound data in the clipboard, "(<edit message=14(void data)>)" will be sent and clipboard play operation will be interrupted. 12 4A: undo Upon receiving this command, D-80/DMT-8 ver2.0 will revert to the condition prior to editing copy paste, erase, move paste, cut redo operation. When completion of undo operation, D-80/DMT-8 ver2.0 will reply with "32 4A (<edit message=01 (completed)>)." If D-80/DMT-8 ver2.0 is not possible to undo, "32 4A (<edit message=00 (no message)>)" will be replied. 12 4B: redo When this command is received, D-80/DMT-8 ver2.0 will return to the condition prior to undo operation. With completion of redo operation, D-80/DMT-8 ver2.0 will reply with "32 4B (<edit message=01 (completed)>). If D-80/DMT-8 ver2.0 is not possible to redo, "32 4B (<edit message=00 (no message)>)" will be replied. 12 4C: (<on/off>) : nondes.mode The command for setting on/off of non destructive moded on D-80/DMT-8 ver2.0. If <on/off> is set to "on," recording mode of D-80/DMT-8 ver2.0 will enter the non destrucive mode, and if "off," in the destructive mode. Nondes.mode: Abbreviation for "non destrucive recording mode". When this mode is ON, not only "takes" made by various sound editing or AUTO PUNCH IN/OUT but "takes" recorded by simultaneous pressing of the PLAY and RECORD buttons (direct recording) will always be possible to UNDO (However, free disc memory space equivalent to the recording length will always be required). This is the same function of switching between "undo: ALL (Nondes. mode: on)< > Edit (Nondes. mode: off)" in the setup menu on main unit.

DMT-8 Ver 2.0 Supplement to the Owners Manual 12 4D (<count><mmc track>): move clip command When this command is received, D-80/DMT-8 ver2.0 will copy (multiple tracks can be copied simultaneously) the sound data from the pre-regisered clipboard in point to the clipboard out point, as data for move paste operation. With completion copying the data into the clipboard, D-80/DMT-8 ver2.0 will immediately reply with "32 4D (<edit message=01 (completed)>)." If copy cannot be executed by the reason of pre-registered improper clipboard in/clipboard out point figures or incorrect track section etc., the corresponding <edit message> will be replied. 12 4E(<count=1><repeat count>): move paste command 12 4E (<count><repeat count><mmc track>): move paste command When this command is received, D-80/DMT-8 ver2.0 will paste the sound data which have been move clipped in the clipboard, for the number of times specified by <repeat count> on the same track from the pre-registered auto punch in point as the starting point. At the same time, the move clipped original sound data will be erased (data "0" is written in). However, when sound data length in the clipboard is less than 10ms, specifying the <repeat count> will be limited to "01." Also, by specifying the <mmc track> paste operation can be executed on other tracks in mono (one track unit) or stereo units (tracks 1 & 2, 3 & 4, 5 & 6, 7 & 8). Since time corresponding to length of the move clipped sound data is required to complete the move paste operation, D-80/DMT-8 ver2.0 will immediately reply with "32 4E (<edit message=02 (active)>)" after receiving the command. Following completion of the move paste operation, "32 4E (<edit message = 01 (completed)>)" will be sent. If paste cannot be executed due to improper figures of the previously registered auto punch in point, insufficient disc capacity, no sound data is in the clipboard, etc., the corresponding <edit message> will be replied. (<channel><channel>): digital in ch. select command The command assigning the digital audio signal (S/P DIF) input from the D-80/DMT-8 ver2.0 DATA IN connector to the track specified by <channel>. The digital audio signal L channel assignment point is specified by the first <channel> and the R channel assignment point by the second ,channel> in the command. If the same figure is specified for both <channels>, L channel will have priority and R channel will be "-" (invalid). (<channel><channel>): digital out ch. select command This command selects the source track for the digital audio signal (S/P DIF) output from the D-80/DMT-8 ver2.0 DATA OUT connector. Normally, the track specified by the first <channel> will be the digital audio signal L channel data, and the track specified by the second <channel> will be the digital audio signal R channel data. In this equipment, the five types - (<01><02>), (<03><04>), (<05><06>), (<07><08>) and (<00><00>) -can only be set up. Also, when (<00><00>) is specified, default (L:-, R-, No Assign) will be set up in D-80, and (L:L, R:R) will be set up in DMT-8 ver2.0. Thus the mixer section stereo bus output will be assigned on DMT-8 ver2.0. (<program>): program change command The command for PROGRAM CHANGE of D-80/DMT-8 ver2.0 The present program number can be changed to the figure indicated by <program>.

DMT-8 Ver 2.0 Supplement to the Owners Manual (<on/off>): click on/off command The command for setting the metronome on/off of D-80/DMT-8 ver2.0. When ON is set, the metronome signal will be fed to the track 8 output (analog output only) of D-80/DMT-8 ver2.0.
The Status Request Command
22 21: loop operation status request The command inquiring the loop operation mode setup status. D-80/DMT-8 ver2.0 will reply with "(<loop op. moded=12>)." 22 22: loop on/off status request The command inquiring the loop on/off (=ON/OFF of AUTO RETURN) setup status. D80/DMT-8 ver20. will reply with "(<on/off>)." 22 28: post locate status request The command inquiring the post locate mode (ON/OFF of AUTO PLAY)setup status. D-80/DMT-8 ver2.0 will reply with "(<post locate mode>)". 22 2D: auto rec status request The command inquiring the auto rec mode setup status and this is replied by "32 2D (<edit message>). Reply from D-80/DMT-8 ver2.0 against this status request will be either one of the following: <edit message> =05: Possible to undo rehearsal mode. =06: Possible to undo take mode. =25: Impossible to undo rehearsal mode. =26: Impossible to undo take mode. =72: off 22 41: lock status request The command inquiring the slave on/off setup status and the lock status. D-80/DMT-8 ver2.0 will reply with "(<lock status>)." 22 45: copy clip status request The command inquiring the clipboard condition. If there is a copy paste data in the clipboard, D-80/DMT-8 ver2.0 will reply with "(<edit message-01>). If data in the clipboard is for move paste or there is no valid data in it, it will reply will "(<edit message=14 (void data)>)." 22 46: copy paste status request The command inquiring execution status of copy paste editing. When this command is received, D-80/DMT-8 ver2.0 will reply with either "(<edit message=02><mmc time>)" or "(<edit message=00>). <mmc time> indicates unprocessed time until completion. 22 47: erase status request The command inquiring execution status of erase. When this command is received, D-80/DMT-8 ver2.0 will reply by either "(<edit message=02><mmc time>)" or "(<edit message=00>)." <mmc time> indicates. unprocessed time until completion.
DMT-8 Ver 2.0 Supplement to the Owners Manual 22 4C: nondes.mode request The command inquiring the non destructive mode status. When this command is received, D-80/DMT-8 ver2.0 will reply with "32 4C (<on/off>)." Nondes.mode: Abbreviation for "non destructive recording mode". When this mode is ON, not only "tales" made by various sound editing or AUTO PUNCH IN/OUT but "takes recorded by simultaneous pressing of the PLAY and RECORD buttons (direct recording) will always be possible to UBDO (However, free disc memory space equivalent to the recording length will always be required), This is same function of switching between "undo:ALL (Nondes.mode:on) < > Edit (Nondes.mode:off)" in the setup menu the main unit. 22 4D: move clip status request The command inquiring the clipboard status. If there is a move paste on the clipboard, D-80/DMT-8 ver2.0 will reply with "32 4D (<edit message=01>)." If data in the clipboard is for copy paste or there is no valid data on it, "32 4D (<edit message=14 (void data)>)" will be replied. 22 4E: move paste status request The command inquiring the move paste execution status. When this command is received, D-80/DMT-8 ver2.0 will reply with "32 4E (<edit message= 02><mmc time>)" or "32 4E (<edit message=00>)." <mmc time> indicates unprocessed time until completion. 23 41: digital in channel status request The command inquiring the digital in channel setup status. When this command is received, D-80/DMT-8 ver2.0 will reply with "(<channel><channel>)." 23 42: digital out channel status request The inquiring the digital out channel setup status. When this command is received, D-80/DMT-8 ver2.0 will reply with "(<channel><channel>)." 23 43: program status request The command inquiring the presently operating program number. When this command is received, D-80/DMT-8 ver2.0 will reply with "(<program>)." 23 44: click on/off status request The command inquiring the metronome on/off status of D-80/DMT-8. When this command is received, D-80/DMT-8 ver2.0 will reply with "(<on/off>)." 23 45: level status request The command inquiring the present output level data of the 1~8 tracks. In D-80/DMT8 ver2.0, as the level data is updated about every 40msec.,inquiry in 40msec. units is effective. When this command is received, D-80/DMT-8 ver2.0 will reply with "(<count=08><level data)."

 

Tags

Casio 3043 Kodak P736 14PT1563 OT-808A Polaris MPK-THC WTR54GS Mentor II Doctor 750X EV9DVD X340N BOX V2 Viewfinder PM90 29nwst KDL-22BX200 Outlook HD753LJ-BFG Mysterieuse Motorazr-V9 PMP-100 YP-S3AL Macbook PRO 15HF5234 Benq-siemens CL71 KDC-W4644U Digital Multitracker AL1511 32PFL7433D Studio DVD-P248A Plcxt16 BDP1400 Nikkor AQV18FAN VGN-SR21m S M-3100U Satellite 31 MB-1001 DEH-P3600MP ZR750 4080xcdt FP91G P S12ME GT-B2710 1290S ZAP 3 Photosmart 140 MS9307C MX300 Office 2007 CX-DP801 Black EL-W506 KDL-42XBR950 SD-270E Roland VT-1 RD-8601 Nabmessenger Kpn5000 Etrex Ypcp3- Motorola V190 BAR636A NS-P230-236 SB-27 SGH-X510 DCR-SX34E XL5950U VS 650 2535I L22D01UB 13 0 BHT-600 SA-AK15 RSG5dumh Planes CT-16 FWM799 TCP42S2 RIO S10 AL-840 Awyahdc Dialog 3212 122mkiii CQ-VA707 EZ-30 ADC77550W Controller MC-80 Deere 8030 Asus P525 Lrtx18311WW 70 Tcun08BK RR-US490 784 S HK-10 SD-532HD5 Card Game 42HP25BAT DPX502UY

 

manuel d'instructions, Guide de l'utilisateur | Manual de instrucciones, Instrucciones de uso | Bedienungsanleitung, Bedienungsanleitung | Manual de Instruções, guia do usuário | инструкция | návod na použitie, Užívateľská príručka, návod k použití | bruksanvisningen | instrukcja, podręcznik użytkownika | kullanım kılavuzu, Kullanım | kézikönyv, használati útmutató | manuale di istruzioni, istruzioni d'uso | handleiding, gebruikershandleiding

 

Sitemap

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 100 101