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Off Record wait Status Playback Status
3. Select the status of the mastering tracks. Make sure that the cursor is located at Stat, and then rotate the TIME/VALUE dial. fig.2-10
Playing back the mastering tracks
Heres how you can verify the audio that was mixed down to the mastering tracks. Tracks 116 will not be played back. 1. Press [PLAY (DISPLAY)]. 2. Press [PAGE] so that [F6] indicates M*** (*** is either Rec, Ply, or Off).
6. Press [PLAY]. The mastering tracks will play back. Use the master fader to adjust the volume to a comfortable listening level. At this time, the function buttons will function as follows (Owners Manual, p. 182). [F1 (ZOOM+)]: Enlarges the playlist display in the track direction (three levels). [F2 (ZOOM-)]: Reduces the playlist display in the track direction (three levels). [F3 ()]: Enlarges the playlist display in the time direction (five levels). [F4 ()]: Reduces the playlist display in the time direction (five levels). [F5 (WAVE)]: Display the sound level (waveform) that is recorded in the tracks. 7. When playback ends, press [STOP].
Record wait Status Playback Status
3. Press [F6] to cycle between MRec MPlay MOff. The current status of the mastering tracks can be viewed in the level meter in the display. For this example, select MOff (playback status: pressing [F6] once again will select Off). fig.2-12.e
Signal flow (routing) fig.2-16
Mixing down while inserting effects
For details on the signal flow at this time, refer to Signal flow (routing) (p. 11). 4. Move to the location at which you started the mixdown. 5. Press [ fig.2-15 ] so that you can view the playlist of the If a separately sold VS8F-2 effect expansion board is installed, you can insert effects while you mixdown.
While performing a mixdown, it is common to insert an effect such as a parametric equalizer or a compressor. For this example, we will insert the Mastering Tool Kit (EFX1: a newly added algorithm; p. 14) to adjust the overall volume balance as we mixdown. 1. Press [MASTER]. 2. Press [PAGE] so that [F6] indicates M.Tr, and then press [F6 (M.Tr)].
Track 1--16 MIX L R MIX Sw EFX (Insert) Mastering Track TR15-16 TR16-16 MASTER OUT MONITOR OUT
15. Press [FADER] so that the TR (track) indicator lights. fig.2-07.e
16. Press [PLAY]. The song will play back. 17. Raise and lower the master fader, and verify that the volume of each track changes.
The sound that has passed through the master fader will be recorded on the mastering tracks. In order to record at the optimal audio quality, you will normally set the master fader to 0 dB. 18. Use the channel faders (115/16) to adjust the volume balance of the tracks. At this time, the sound (volume level and pan) that is output from the MASTER jacks will be recorded as is to the mastering tracks. Adjust the volume to as high a level as possible without causing distortion. 19. When you are finished adjusting the volume, press [STOP]. 20. Move to the time location at which you wish to begin the mixdown (e.g., 00h00m00s00f). 21. Change the Status of the mastering tracks to Rec. 22. Press [REC]. The REC indicator will light in red. 23. Press [PLAY]. The PLAY indicator will light in green, and recording will begin. 24. When you finish recording, press [STOP].
New effects algorithms
When the VS8F-2 effects expansion board is installed, the following effects algorithms will be added. - Making the volume consistent for each frequency band (Mastering Tool Kit) (p. 14) - Modeling various speakers (Speaker Modeling) (p. 17)
0 Freq 0 Freq
Gain + EQ Low (Shlv) Gain + EQ High (Shlv)
Making the volume consistent for each frequency band (Mastering Tool Kit)
This is a compressor that can be applied independently to each frequency band (high, mid, and low ranges). When mastering to MD or DAT, or when using a CD-R disc to produce your own original audio CDs, this allows you to master at the optimal level. fig.3-02 Equalizer L R Bass Cut Enhancer Input H
Q (0.3 16)
Off, On -24+12dB
Turns the equalizer on/off.
InputG (Input gain)
M L the equalizer.
Adjusts the overall volume level of the signal before entering
Low Type Shlv, Peak High Type Shlv, Peak
Selects the type of the low range (Low) and high range Expander Compressor Mixer (High) equalizer. (Shlv: shelving type, Peak: peaking type). L
Turns the compressor on/off.
Low Thre (Low threshold) -240dB Mid Thre (Middle threshold) -240dB High Thre (High threshold) -240dB
Specify the level at which the compressor will begin to take effect.
Adjusts the volume for each of the three frequency bands that were divided.
Adjust the ratio by which the output will be restricted when the input level exceeds the threshold level.
Low Lvl (Low level) -80+6dB Mid Lvl (Middle level) -80+6dB High Lvl (High level) -80+6dB
These adjust, for each band, the volume level of the signal that has passed through the expander (Exp) and compressor (Cmp).
Adjust the time from when the input level exceeds the threshold level until the compressor takes effect. fig.3-06a
This effect restricts excessive input levels.
Off, On -240dB
Turns the limiter on/off.
Thresh (Threshold) Attack 0100ms
Specifies the level at which the limiter will begin to operate.
Time Out Attack Threshold
Adjusts the time from when the input level exceeds the threshold level until when the limiter begins to operate.
Adjusts the time from when the input level falls below the threshold level until the limiter no longer has an effect.
Low Rel (Low release)
Mid Rel (Middle release) 505,000ms High Rel (High release) 505,000ms
Adjust the time from when the input level falls below the threshold level until the compressor no longer has an effect.
Make settings related to the overall output.
This quiets unwanted distortion that occurs when the compressor or limiter effect is applied in an extreme fashion.
A widely used model of powered monitors (two-way type, with a woofer diameter of 170 mm (6-1/2 inches)).
By adding a minute level of noise (dither), this smoothes the transition between playback audio and silence.
Powered E-Bas: Powered Mack: Small Cube: White Cone:
Powered monitors characterized by a bright tone. Powered monitors characterized by an extended low-frequency response. Small full-range speakers widely used in recording studios. Sealed enclosure two-way speakers known for their white woofers and widely used in recording studios.
This adjusts the overall volume level of the sound that has passed through the limiter (Lmt).
Modeling various speakers (Speaker Modeling)
You can model the acoustical characteristics of a variety of speakers, ranging from high-level professional monitor speakers used in studios worldwide, to the speakers of small televisions or portable radios.
White C + tissue:
A more mild sound, with tissue paper affixed over the tweeters of the above White Cone speakers.
Speaker modeling has been calibrated so that the optimal effect
Small pocket-type radio. Speakers built into a 14 inch size television. Radio cassette recorder. Boost switched on.
Small TV: Boom Box:
will be obtained when Roland DS-90 powered monitors are connected digitally. If you are using other speakers, you
may not be able to obtain the desired effect. fig.3-08 Speaker Modeling L R Bass Cut Low Trim
BoomBox LoBoost:Radio cassette recorder with the Low
Same phase as the input. Opposite phase of the input.
Specifies the phase of the speakers.
This removes unwanted low-frequency components, such as pop noise. HI Trim Limiter
Switches the bass-cut filter on/off.
SpMod (speaker modeling)
Model THRU, Super FLAT, Powered GenBlk, Powered E-Bas, Powered Mack, Small Cube, White Cone, White C +tissue, Small Radio, Small TV, Boom Box, BoomBox LoBoost
Select the speaker whose characteristics will be simulated (modeled). THRU: Modeling will not be applied, and the sound will be output without change. Use this as a comparison with the speaker-modeled sounds. Super FLAT: Modeling is used to compensate the DS-90, to produce an even flatter sound with a wider range.
LFT/HFT (Frequency trimmer)
Sw (Switch) Gain Off, On
Turns the frequency trimmer on/off.
-12+12dB 202,000Hz 1.020.0kHz
For each trimmer, adjusts the gain (amount of boost/cut).
Freq (Frequency) Freq (Frequency)
Set the center frequency of each trimmer.
This effect limits excessive output levels.
4. Select the effect that will be inserted. For this example, select a patch that uses the speaker modeling algorithm. 4-1. Press [PLAY (DISPLAY)]. 4-2. Hold down [SHIFT] and press [F4 (EFX B)]. 4-3. Press [F1 (EFX3)]. 4-4. Press [F2 (Sel)]. 4-5. Use the TIME/VALUE dial to select a patch. 4-6. Press [F4 (Exec)]. 5. Press [PLAY]. Switch patches, and hear the sound as it would be heard through various speakers. 6. When you are ready to perform the actual mixdown, turn off the speaker modeling patch that is inserted.
from which you wish to erase automix data, and press [F1 (In)]. 8. Use [ ][ ] to move to the last marker of the area
from which you wish to erase automix value, and press [F1 (Out)]. Check marks will be added to the area specified for erasure. fig.4-04.e
Even if you wish to erase the automix data for only one marker, 4. Press [F2 (Micro)]. 5. Press [PAGE] so that [F1] indicates In. press the button in the order of [F1 (In)] [F1 (Out)] at the same marker location.
You can rotate the TIME/VALUE dial to modify the automix setting value at the cursor location. If you wish to re-select the automix value that will be erased, press [ 9. Press [F2 (Erase)]. ].
3. Press [PAGE] so that [F5] indicates A.Mix, and then press [F5 (A.Mix)]. fig.4-02
Target This will indicate the type of automix data that you selected to be erased in step 6. If you wish to erase all automix data, use the TIME/VALUE dial to select All Level and Pan. 10. If you wish to erase the data, press [F4 (Exec)]. If you press [F6 (EXIT)], you will return to step 7 without erasing any data. 11. A message will ask you to confirm the operation. Press [YES]. If you press [NO], the erasure will be halted, and you will return to step 10. fig.4-06 4. Press [F2 (Micro)]. 5. Press [PAGE] so that [F1] indicates In. fig.4-03
12. When the data has been erased, the display will indicate Complete. Press [PLAY (DISPLAY)]. 6. Make sure that the cursor is located at Edit Target, and use the TIME/VALUE dial to select the type of automix data that you wish to edit. 7. Use [ ][ ] to move the cursor to the first marker of
Copying data to another location (Copy)
This operation copies automix data from a specific area, and overwrites it onto another location (specified data/time). fig.4-07.e
Copy area Destination Marker
the area from which you wish to copy automix data, and press [F1 (In)]. 8. Use [ ][ ] to move the cursor to the last marker of
the area from which you wish to copy automix data, and press [F1 (Out)]. A check mark will be added to the copy area. fig.4-04.e
0 M0 M1
Editing of the automix data cannot be cancelled by the Undo function (VS-1680 Owners Manual, p. 160). 1. Press [PLAY (DISPLAY)]. 2. Hold down [SHIFT] and press [F6 (UTIL)].
Even if there is only one marker for the automix data that you wish to copy, press the button in the order of [F1 (In)] [F1 (Out)] at the same marker location.
You can rotate the TIME/VALUE dial to modify the automix setting value at the cursor location. If you wish to re-select the automix data that will be copied, press [ 9. Press [F3 (Copy)]. 10. Use [ fig.4-08 8, 12: ][ ][ ][ ] to move the cursor. Rotate 7, 9, 11: ]. 6, 10:
The automix data of the copy-destination markers will be rewritten. Since copy-source markers corresponding to the copy-destination markers do not exist, the automix data will be erased. Markers with automix data will be created.
When writing songs to a CD-R disc, you can now select the speed at which the data will be written.
Song writing procedure
1. Insert a CD-R disc into the drive. 2. Press [PLAY (DISPLAY)]. 3. Hold down [SHIFT] and press [F1 (SONG)].
M1 Audio CD 0
4. Press [F3 (CD Wt)]. If [F3] does not indicate CD Wt, first press [PAGE] so that CD Wt appears, and then press [F3 (CD Wt)]. fig.5-03
Track At Once
Two seconds of silence will automatically be written to the CD-R disc before each track number marker attached to the song data. (This is the same condition as when additional songs are written to the disc later.) Additional song data can be written to a CD-R disc that was written using Track At Once.
5. A message will ask for confirmation. Press [YES]. fig.5-04
Off: On: OnlyFin.:
Write only the song, and do not finalize. Write the song, and then finalize. Only finalize without writing the song. Select this if you have inserted a CD-R disc to which you have already written songs, but which has not yet been finalized. TOC (Appendices p.64)
6. The display will ask STORE Current? (store the current song?). If you wish to store the current song before writing a song to CD, press [YES]. If not, press [NO]. 7. The following display will appear. Verify each item. fig.5-05.e
Source track of right channel Source track of left channel Song Name
Write Method When two or more songs are written to the disc at the same time, select how the data will be written. Track at Once: Approximately two seconds of silence will be created between each song. Additional songs can be written later as far as the disc capacity allows. Disc at Once: Silence will not be created between songs. However, no further data can be written on that disc.
Even if Finalize was set to Off, no further data can be written on a CD-R disc that was written with Disc at Once selected.
Unused area on the internal IDE hard disk Song size when written to CD-R disc Length of song be writing to CD-R disc Number of markers for track number Unused area on the CD-R disc Used area on the internal IDE hard disk Number of written tracks Used disc or unused disc
CD Speed Select the speed at which the song will be written to the CD-R disc. x2 (353 KBps): x1 (176 KBps): The song will be written at double speed (353 kilobytes per second). The song will be written at normal speed (176 kilobytes per second). This will provide higher reliability.
If the Song size when written to CD-R disc is larger than the Unused area on the internal IDE hard disk or the Unused area on the CD-R disc, it will not be possible to write the song data to the CD-R disc.
With some CD-R discs, the data may not be written correctly if you select x2 (353 KBps). In this case, select x1 (176 KBps). However, if a CD-RW disc is inserted into the CD-RW drive , it will not be possible to select x1 (176 KBps) (the song will be written at double speed).
The song size is displayed in 1 MB = 1,000,000 Byte units. The displayed size is an approximation. 8. Use [ ][ ][ ][ ] to move the cursor, and use
Audio data written to a CD-RW disc cannot be played back on a conventional CD player. In such cases, you can listen to the data using the VS-1680s CD Player function.
the TIME/VALUE dial to set the parameters. Finalize A TOC (Table Of Contents) will be written so that the audio CD created by the VS-1680 can be played back on a standard CD player. It is not possible to write additional data to an audio CD that has been finalized.
9. Press [F4 (Exec)]. 10. Press [YES]. A message about the license agreement will appear. Read the message carefully, and if you consent to that, press [YES]. The data will begin to write to the CDR disc. If you do not consent, press [NO]. You will return to step 2. fig.5-06
Specifying the speed of saving (Speed)
When backing up a song on a CD-RW disc, you can now specify the speed at which the data will be written.
1. As the current drive, select the drive (internal IDE hard disk) that contains the song you wish to back up. 2. Insert a CD-RW disc into the drive. 3. Press [PLAY (DISPLAY)]. 4. Hold down [SHIFT] and [F6 (UTILITY)].
The message about the license agreement is the same as About the License Agreement on the back cover of the VS-1680 Owners Manual. 11. When the data has been written successfully, the display will ask Write Another ? (write to another disc?). If you wish to write the identical song data to another CD-R disc, insert the new disc into the CD-RW drive, and press [YES]. If you press [NO], you will return to step 2.
5. Press [F2 (CDRBk)]. If [F2] does not indicate CDRBk, first press [PAGE] so that CDRBk is displayed, and then press [F2 (CDRBk)]. fig.5-07
Saving a song to a CD-RW disc (Backup) Checking whether the song was saved correctly (+Verify)
After backing up a song to a CD-RW disc, you can now check whether or not the data was saved correctly (i.e., check the recorded state of the data). If as a result of the +Verify operation, you are warned that the song data has not been saved correctly, you should back up to a different disc. 6. Use [ fig.5-08 ][ ][ ][ ] to move the cursor, and rotate the TIME/VALUE dial to set the parameters.
When backing up to a CD-R, we recommend that you use +Verify to check whether the backup was performed correctly. However, +Verify checks the entire surface of the disc, so it takes a considerable amount of time. Source Song The marked songs will be backed up. Move the cursor to a song that you wish to back up, and press [F3 (MARK)]. By pressing [F2 (ALL)] you can mark or unmark all songs at once. By pressing [F1 (SelSg)] you can view a list of the songs. At this time, mark a song and press [F1 (Back)].
Depending on the disc, it may not be possible to recover reliably from some CD-R discs at speeds of x6 (1058 KBps) or x2 (353 KBPs). In this case, select x1 (176 KBPs). Even if the CD Speed is set to x2 (353 KBps) or x6 (1058 KBps) the time it takes for recovery is not always 1/2 or 1/6 of the base. This is because writing to the internal hard disk can take a lot of time, or disc read errors can sometimes occur. 7. Press [F4 (Exec)]. A message will ask you for confirmation. fig.5-14
6. Use [ fig.5-13
] to move the cursor, and use
the TIME/VALUE dial to set the parameters. 8. Press [YES]. The display will ask STORE Current? (store the current song?). 9. If you wish to store the current song, press [YES]. If not, press [NO]. If a demo song is selected, press [NO]. 10. The recovery operation will begin. If the data has been backed up to multiple discs, the disc will be ejected, and you will be prompted to Insert Disc # (# is the order number of each disk). Insert the next disc and press Source Song Marked songs will be loaded. Move the cursor to a song that you wish to recover, and press [F4 (MARK)]. By pressing [F3 (ALL)] you can mark or unmark all songs at once. By pressing [F2 (SelSg)] you can view a list of the songs. At this time, mark the desired song, and press [F1 (Back)]. 11. When the CD-R recovery ends, you are returned to Play [YES]. fig.5-11
Erase All Songs <<ATTENTION>>
If this is On, the current drive will be initialized before the song data is recovered. If you wish to recover while preserving the songs that are saved on the current drive, set this Off. CD Speed Select the speed at which the song data will be recovered from disc. x6 (1058 KBps): Recover at 6x speed (1058 kilobytes per second). x2 (353 KBPs): Recover at double speed (353 kilobytes per second). x1 (176 KBPs): Recover at normal speed (176 kilobytes per second). This will allow greater reliability.
Enhancements related to operation
Shortcut to the Phrase Edit window
In Play condition, you can now select the phrase that you wish to edit, and open the editing window directly. 1. Press [PLAY (DISPLAY)]. 2. Move the current time so that it falls within the phrase that you wish to edit. 3. Use [ edit. fig.6-01.e
Select the phrase for editing Reverse indication
7. Use the TIME/VALUE dial to select the take that will be the basis of the newly created phrase. 8. Press [F4 (Sel)] or [ENTER (YES)]. 9. Use [ ][ ][ ][ ] to move the cursor, and use
the TIME/VALUE dial to set the parameters.
When you delete a take, the song will be stored automatically.
Naming a take (Name)
You can now assign a name to a take in the Phrase New window. 1. Press [PLAY (DISPLAY)]. 2. Hold down [SHIFT] and press [F2 (TRACK)]. 3. Press [F1 (Tr/Ph)] to make the Phrase Edit menu appear. 5. Press [F1 (Take)]. 6. Use the TIME/VALUE dial to move the cursor to the take that you wish to delete. fig.6-09 4. Press [PAGE] so that [F3] indicates New, and then press [F3 (New)]. fig.6-03
7. Press [F5 (Del)]. A message will ask you to confirm. fig.6-10_90 5. Press [F1 (Take)]. 6. Use the TIME/VALUE dial to move the cursor to the take whose name you wish to change. 7. Press [F6 (Name)]. 8. The Take Name window will appear. Use [ [ 8. If you wish to delete the take, press [YES]. If you press [NO], you will return to step 6 without deleting the take. 9. When the take has been deleted, the display will indicate Complete. Press [PLAY (DISPLAY)]. You will return to Play condition. fig.6-12 ][ name to the take. ][ ]
] and the TIME/VALUE dial to assign a
When a take is deleted, all phrases used by that take will also be deleted.
At this time, the function buttons have the following operations. [F1 (Hist)]: Each time you press the button, you will cycle backward through the last twenty names that were assigned. [F2 (Clr)]: [F3 (Del)]: [F4 (Ins)]: [F6 (EXIT)]: Delete all characters. Delete the character at the cursor location. Insert a space at the cursor location. Exit the window without finalizing the take name. 9. After assigning the name, press [F5 (Write)]. A message will ask whether you also want to change the names of the phrases used by that take. fig.6-13
Automatically dividing a phrase (Phrase Divide)
This function automatically detects silent portions of a phrase according to the volume level that you specify (the Threshold Level), and divides the phrase into two or more phrases at these points. fig.6-14.e
[F5 (Write)]: Finalize the take name and exit the window.
1. Press [PLAY (DISPLAY)]. 2. Hold down [SHIFT] and press [F2 (TRACK)]. 3. Press [F1 (Tr/Ph)] so that the Phrase Edit menu appears. 4. Press [PAGE] so that [F2] indicates Split, and then
10. If you also want to change the phrase names at this time, press [YES]. If you press [NO], the phrase names will remain the same, and only the take name will change.
press [F2 (Split)]. fig.6-15
Phrase names will be assigned by adding an incremented number to the end of the take name. For example if the take is named AcousticGuitarLR, the phrase names will be AcousticGuitar-1, AcousticGuitar-2, etc. 11. When the display indicates Complete, hold down [SHIFT] and press [STORE (ZERO)]. 12. Press [YES]. The song will be saved. 13. Press [PLAY (DISPLAY)]. You will return to Play condition. 5. Press [F1 (SelPh)]. 6. Press the [STATUS] button for the phrase that you wish to divide. The STATUS indicator will light in red. Alternatively, you can use [ ][ ][ ][ ] to move the cursor to the phrase that you wish to divide, and press [F3 (MARK)] or [YES].
Removing direct current offset from the mix bus
Direct current offset on the mix bus can be removed. For example, in some cases the level meters of a device (mixer etc.) connected to the output of the VS-1680 may move even though no sound is being output. This is caused by a direct current offset on the mix bus (MASTER output, etc.). This component can be removed. 1. Press [PLAY (DISPLAY)]. 2. Hold down [SHIFT] and press [F5 (SYSTEM)]. 3. Make sure that the System menu is displayed. If not, press [F6 (EXIT)]. 4. Press [PAGE] so that [F2] indicates GLOBL, and then press [F2 (GLOBL)].
Enhancements to the display and specifications
Checking inserted effects (Icon and Patch Name display)
Effects that have been inserted into channels/tracks can now be confirmed through icons and patch names. 1. Press [SELECT] for the channel to which you wish to apply an effect. 2. Press [PAGE] so that [F1] indicates Ef1In, and then press [F1 (Ef1In)]. fig.7-01
Checking effects that cannot be used in other channels (Effect insertion location display)
When there are effects which cannot be used for a channel/ track (because they are inserted into another channel/track), the location of the effect inserted is now displayed. 1. Press [SELECT] for the channel to which you wish to apply an effect. 2. Press [PAGE] so that [F1] indicates Ef1In, and then press [F1 (Ef1In)]. fig.7-01
If you wish to insert EFX24, press [F2 (Ef2In)], [F3 (Ef3In)], or [F4 (Ef4In)] respectively. 3. Press [YES]. 4. Use the TIME/VALUE dial to select how the effect will be inserted. At this time you can view the effect as an icon and as a patch name (up to ten characters). fig.7-02.e 3. Press [YES]. 4. Use the TIME/VALUE dial to select how the effect will be inserted. At this time, you can view the effects that are inserted into other channels/tracks.
If you wish to insert EFX24, press [F2 (Ef2In)], [F3 (Ef3In)], or [F4 (Ef4In)] respectively.
Icon Patch Name
5. Press [PLAY (DISPLAY)]. You will return to Play condition.
When EFX1 is used in Track 6
Icon / Date of creation Icon / Time of creation Icon / Size
List / Date of creation
List / Time of creation
List / Size
5. Use the TIME/VALUE to move the cursor to the song that you wish to select. 5. Press [PLAY (DISPLAY)]. You will return to Play condition. 6. Press [F4 (Exec)]. 7. Press [YES]. 8. The display will ask STORE Current? If you wish to save the current song, press [YES]. If not, press [NO]. fig.7-07
Switching the Song Select window (List display)
The Song Select window can now be viewed not only as icons but also as a list. You can also see the size of the song, and the date and time at which it was created. 1. Press [PLAY (DISPLAY)]. 2. Hold down [SHIFT] and press [F1 (SONG)]. 3. Press [F1 (Sel)]. 4. At this time, pressing [F1] will alternate between the icon display and the list display. fig.7-05.e
Icon display List display
9. After the song is selected, you are returned to Play condition.
Easy Routing Additional template (Mastering)
A Mastering template for mixdown has been added to the Easy Routing templates. 1. Press [EZ ROUTING]. 2. Use [ ][ ][ ][ ] or the TIME/VALUE dial
to move the cursor to Mastering. Also, you can press [F5] to cycle the displayed contents between date of creation time of creation size. fig.7-08
3. Press [F4 (Exec)]. Alternatively, press [PAGE] so that [F4] indicates Exec, and then press [F4 (Exec)]. fig.7-09
Settings not stored in a scene (Monitor Level)
Monitor level (the location of the MONITOR knob) is no longer stored in a scene. Even when you recall a stored scene, the monitor level will be determined by the current position of the MONITOR knob. fig.7-11
4. Press [F4 (Exec)] once again. 5. A message will ask for confirmation. Press [YES]. The mastering template will be recalled. To cancel, press [NO]. fig.7-10
Master Send switch display has been changed (PanMIX)
The Master Send switch display has been changed from Pan to MIX. When reading the previous Owners Manual (including Quick Start and Appendices), please read any reference to [F1 (Pan)] as [F1 (MIX)]. fig.7-12
At this time, the main settings will be as follows. Inputs 18 Tracks 115/16 Mastering tracks Effect 1 :Master out :Playback :Off :Mastering tool kit (insert)
6. You are returned to Play condition.
If you wish to modify the mastering template, refer to Storing Routings as a Single List (Template) (VS-1680 Owners Manual, p. 41).
Immediate application of step-edited changes
Changes you make to Easy Routing settings by step-editing (recording, mixdown, bouncing) will now be applied immediately to the actual routing. For example if you raise or lower the level of a channel by step editing, the volume will now change accordingly. The same is true for pan, output destination, effects or AUX levels. This lets you hear the actual result while you set the routing.
Previously, you were asked Apply this Routing? when you had completed your routing settings, and the routing settings you made were actually applied only when you then pressed [YES].
+Verify.... 28 Phrase Delete.. 30 Phrase Move... 30 Phrase New... 30 Phrase Split... 34 Playlist... 11
After Rec (after recording)... 9 Alarm function... 6 Automix... 19
Recording mode... 8 Rtn (effect return level).. 12
CD Speed... 26, 28, 29 Channel Link.. 37 Copy... 20
Sampling rate... 8 Shift... 24 Snd (effect send level).. 12 Source Song... 27, 29 Speed... 27, 28 Status... 9, 10, 12 Step-editing... 41
Destination Mark.. 21 Destination Target... 21 Disc At Once.. 25
Easy Routing... 6, 40 Effect expansion board.. 11 EFX1 (effect insert switch 1)... 12 Erase... 19 Erase All Songs... 29 Expand... 23, 24 External recorder.. 8
Take.... 31 Target.. 20, 21, 24 Threshold... 24 To... 31 To (to point)... 35 Track... 31 Track At Once... 25 Track number marker.. 9 Trim In.... 30 Trim Out... 30 Trk L (track L).. 9 Trk R (track R).. 9 Type... 34, 35
Finalize... 25, 26
Gradation... 21 Gradation Curve... 22 Group... 36
Icon display... 40 IN Margin.. 34 IN Threshold.. 34
User patch... 6 User setting.. 6
Value... 22 VS-1680 V-XPANDED... 6 VS8F-2... 11 V-XPANDED system program Zip disk.. 6
License agreement... 27 List display... 40
Marker... 9 Marker Add... 22 Master Send switch... 41 Mastering... 40 Mastering Room... 8 Mixdown... 8 MONITOR knob... 35 Monitor level.. 41
Write Method... 26
Zip drive... 6
OUT Margin... 34 OUT Threshold... 34
Phrase Copy... 30
When you need repair service, call your nearest Roland Service Center or authorized Roland distributor in your country as shown below.
Swee Lee Company
150 Sims Drive, SINGAPORE 387381 TEL: 748-1669
Productos Superiores, S.A.
Apartado 655 - Panama 1 REP. DE PANAMA TEL: (507) 270-2200
P. P. H. Brzostowicz
UL. Gibraltarska 4. PL-03664 Warszawa POLAND TEL: (022) 19
A. Chahine & Fils
P.O. Box 16-5857 Gergi Zeidan St. Chahine Building, Achrafieh Beirut, LEBANON TEL: (01) 335799
Al Fanny Trading Office
P.O. Box 2904, El Horrieh Heliopolos, Cairo, EGYPT TEL: (02) 4185531
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