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TASCAM CD-302 Table of Contents
1 - Before you start
1.1 1.2 Main features..7 Environmental conditions..7
1.2.1 1.2.2 1.2.3 Beware of condensation..8 Never use a stabilizer..8 Handling of discs..8
1.3 1.4 1.5 1.6 1.7 1.8
Backup memory..8 Anti-shock memory..8 Instant start..8 Preset functions..9 Preset functions..9 Displayed characters..10
2 - Front and rear panels
2.1 Main unit (front panel).12
c TRACK indicator.. 15 d Bank indicators... 15 e Loop mode indicator.. 15 f REMAIN indicator.. 15 g M (memory) indicator. 15 h SINGLE indicator.. 15 i PROGRAM indicator.. 15 j Time display... 15 k Time address bar.. 15 l TEMPO indicator.. 15 m KEY indicator.. 15 n INDEX indicator... 15 o INCR indicator.. 15 p AUTO READY Indicator.. 15 q RELAY Indicator.. 15 r AUTO CUE Indicator.. - Basic operations
3.1 Playback operations.. 16
3.1.1 3.1.2 3.1.3 Playback... 16 Pause... 16 Stop... 16 Cross-play.. 16 CUE... 16 Auto Cue... 17 Cueing using the JOG dial.. 17 Cueing using the SEARCH keys. 17 Cueing using the numeric keys. 17 Selecting the loop mode.. 17 A-B loop play mode.. 18 Setting A-B loop points.. 18 Playback in A-B loop play mode. 18 Clearing loop points.. 18 Editing the loop points.. 18 A-B loop duration. 18 SINGLE loop.. 19 ALL loop... 19
1 POWER switch and indicator.OPEN keys (1 and 2)..Disc trays...12
2.2 Main unit (rear panel)..12
4 OUTPUT jacks..REMOTE connectors..FADER START/STOP, EVENT START
Play modes.. 16
3.2.1 3.3.1 3.3.2 3.3.3 3.3.4 3.3.5
Remote control unit (front panel).12
7 OPEN key...TIME key...SINGLE key...12 A INDEX key..12 B SKIP keys..12 C SEARCH keys..12 D CUE key..13 E PLAY/PAUSE key..13 F JOG dial..13 G Number keys and CLEAR key.13 H BANK key..13 I PRESET key..13 J MEMORY key..13 K RECALL key..13 L ENTER key..13 M BPM counter..13 N TAP key...13 O BPM key..13 P TEMPO SYNC key.13 Q BEAT SYNC key..13 R LOOP key..13 S A and B keys..14 T SAMPLE key..14 U IN/OUT keys...14 V SCRATCH key..14 W BRAKE key..14 X + and keys..14 Y KEY ORIGINAL/RESET key.14 Z TEMPO 8%/16%/32% key.14 a TEMPO slider..14
2.4 Remote control unit (rear)..14
Loop play... 17
3.4.1 3.4.2 3.4.3 3.4.4 3.4.5 3.4.6 3.4.7 3.4.8 3.4.9
4 - Advanced Operations
4.1 4.2 Tempo (speed) control. 20
4.1.1 4.2.1 4.2.2 Changing only tempo (speed). 20 Controlling the key change as a percentage.. 20 Controlling the key change in semitone steps... 20 Sampling... 21 Using the A-B loop as a sample source 21 Editing the OUT point.. 21 Playback of sampled data.. 21 Playback of sampled data in reverse.. 21
Key (pitch) control. 20
4.3.1 4.3.2 4.3.3 4.3.4 4.3.5
b REMOTE connectors..14
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4.3.6 4.3.7 4.3.8 4.3.9 Setting the sampled data playback tempo..21 Setting the sampled data playback key.22 Looped playback of sampled data..22 Clearing the sampled data..22
4.11 Voice Reduce function.. 26 4.12 Programmed playback.. 26
4.12.1 Setting the program steps.. 26 4.12.2 Adding tracks to the middle of a program.. 26 4.12.3 Deleting program steps.. 27 4.12.4 Deleting a whole program.. 27
Bend function..22 BPM...22
4.5.1 4.5.2 4.5.3 4.5.4 4.5.5 BPM counter..22 Clearing the BPM..22 Using the tap mode with the BPM counter..22 Clearing the BPM counter (tap)..22 Editing the BPM (tap) using the dial.22
4.6 4.7 4.8
Number key modes.23 Tempo Sync..23
4.7.1 4.8.1 Cancellation of tempo sync.23 Cancellation of beat sync.24
4.9 Scratch...24 4.10 Memories..24
4.10.1 Storing a memory..25 4.10.2 Recalling a memory..25 4.10.3 Recalling a memory from a track number..25 4.10.4 Overwriting a memory..25 4.10.5 Memory recall (sample points).25 4.10.6 Clearing memories..26
4.13 4.14 4.15 4.16 4.17 4.18 4.19 4.20 4.21 4.22 4.23 4.24
Output level.. 27 Brake function.. 27 Setting the EOM time.. 28 Auto Ready.. 28 Timer Play.. 28 Incremental Play.. 28 Relay Play.. 29 Direct mode.. 29 Disc Tray Auto Close.. 29 Sleep.. 29 Fader and Event Start/Stop. 30 Factory Preset.. 30
If the disc trays are more than 5 degrees away from the horizontal, they will not open or close.
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1 Before you startBackup memory
1.2.1 Beware of condensation
If the player (or a compact disc) is moved from a cold to a warm place, or used after a sudden temperature change, there is a danger of condensation; vapor in the air could condense on the internal mechanism, making correct operation impossible. To prevent this, or if this occurs, leave the player for one or two hours with the power turned on, then turn the power off and on again. Wipe in a straight motion from the inside to the outside of the disc. Small dust particles and light stains will have absolutely no effect on reproduction quality. Never use such chemicals as record sprays, antistatic sprays or uid, benzine or thinner to clean compact discs. Such chemicals will do irreparable damage to the discs plastic surface. Discs should be returned to their cases after use to avoid serious scratches that could cause the laser pickup to skip. Dont expose discs to direct sunlight or high humidity and temperature for extended periods. Long exposure to high temperature can warp the disc. Only use circular compact discs. Avoid using noncircular promotional, etc. discs.
Never use a stabilizer
The TASCAM CD-302 has a stabilizer disc built into its drive mechanisms. Using commercially available CD stabilizers with this player will damage the mechanisms and cause them to malfunction.
Never use a disc that has had a stabilizer mounted to it. The residual adhesive may cause the disc to stick to the mechanism of the TASCAM CD-302. If it sticks to the mechanism, you will need a technician to get it out.
Handling of discs
The unit has been designed specically for reproduction of discs bearing the mark. No other discs can be reproduced. Observe the following: Always place the compact discs in the trays with their label facing upward (compact discs can only be played on one side). To remove a disc from its storage case, press down on the center of the case, and lift the disc out, holding it carefully by the edges.
To keep the laser pickups clean, dont touch them. For the same reason, dont leave the disc trays open unnecessarily.
Each time you turn off the power, the status of the following features are stored into back up memory. Playback mode (Continue, Single, Program) Time mode (Elapsed, remain) Preset functions Contents of Program BANKs A through E TEMPO key ((%, 16%, 32%) INDEX (on/off) LOOP (on/off)
Finger marks and dust should be carefully wiped off the discs recorded surface with a soft cloth. Unlike conventional records, the compact disc has no grooves to collect dust and microscopic debris, so gently wiping with a soft cloth should remove most particles.
The CD-302 provides 10 seconds worth of antishock memory for each deck.
The CD-302 will start playing from pause mode immediately when the PLAY key is pressed, due to the antishock memory function.
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1 Before you startPreset functions
1.6 Preset functions
2, 1 Press the PRESET key I. 2 Select the name and number of the preset function you want to set, with the JOG dial F or the number keys G. 3 Press the ENTER key L. 4 Set the function value using the JOG dial F. 5 Press the ENTER key L to conrm the entry. 3, 5
The way in which the parameters of the preset functions listed in 1.7, Preset functions are set is described here:
LOOP CUE_P JOG KEY
Description and explanation
Loop mode (3.4, Loop play) Cue point (3.3, Cueing) Jog dial resolution (3.3.3, Cueing using the JOG dial) Key change mode (4.2, Key (pitch) control)
A-B PLY 36 + F OFF 0.0 0.0 OFF OFF
01 LOOP 02 CUE/P 03 JOG 04 KEY
05 SAMP/P SAMP_P Sample playback direction (4.3.5, Playback of sampled data in reverse) 06 SAMP/L SAMP_L 07 SAMP/T SAMP_T
Sample playback loop (4.3.8, Looped playback of sampled data) Sample playback tempo (4.3.6, Setting the sampled data playback tempo)
08 SAMP/K SAMP_K Sample playback key (4.3.7, Setting the sampled data playback key) 09 SAMP/R SAMP_R Sample points recalled with memory (4.10.5, Memory recall (sample points)) 10 VOICE/RVOICE_R Voice Reduce function (4.11, Voice Reduce function) 11 PROG
PROG Program setup and editing (4.12, Programmed playback)
12 OUTPUT OUTPUT Output level (4.13, Output level) 13 BRAKE 14 EOM 15 A/CUE
BRAKE EOM A_CUE Braking time (4.14, Brake function) EOM Time (4.15, Setting the EOM time) Auto Cue (3.3.2, Auto Cue) Auto Ready (4.16, Auto Ready) Timer Play (4.17, Timer Play)
NOR 1.6 OFF 72 OFF OFF
16 A/REDY A_REDY 17 T/PLAY T_PLAY
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1 Before you startDisplayed characters
No. Display Description and explanation
Incremental Play (4.18, Incremental Play) Relay Play (4.19, Relay Play) Direct mode (4.20, Direct mode) Disc Tray auto close (4.21, Disc Tray Auto Close) Sleep mode (4.22, Sleep) Factory settings (4.24, Factory Preset) Clear all memories (4.10.6, Clearing memories)
Main unit (rear panel)
4 OUTPUT jacks
RCA connectors providing line level output signals.
5 REMOTE connectors
Use these connectors to connect the remote control units.
6 FADER START/STOP, EVENT START jacks
The decks can be controlled using external Fader Start and Event Start commands through these jacks. Connect appropriately-wired tip-ring-sleeve plugs to these jacks. See 4.23, Fader and Event Start/Stop for details of how to wire the plugs, and how to use these connectors.
If you do track or index searching when the disc is being played, playback will restart after location to the track or index.
If the track or index search is performed in pause mode, the unit will enter pause mode after location to the track or index.
C SEARCH keys
Use these keys to locate to the desired position. If you press these keys when the disc is being played back, playback will restart when the desired position is reached. If you search in pause mode, the unit will enter pause mode when the desired point is reached
Remote control unit (front panel)
7 OPEN key
Opens and closes the disc tray.
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2 Front and rear panelsRemote control unit (front panel)
D CUE key
If a cue point has been stored, the unit will play when the CUE key is pressed, and enter pause mode when this key is released.
M BPM counter
Shows the tempo (in bpmbeats per minutefrom 81 to 161) of the current track, or of the tapped tempo input with the TAP key N (see 4.5, BPM).
E PLAY/PAUSE key
Changes between playback and pause mode. The key lights steadily in playback mode, and ashes in pause mode. If the ENTER key L is pressed and held down, and the PLAY key is pressed at the same time, a cross play function is enabled where the deck whose PLAY key is not pressed will stop playback, and the deck whose PLAY key has been pressed will start playback.
N TAP key
Set the tempo in bpm manually by tapping the TAP key. When you press this TAP key, the BPM counter M mode changes to the TAP mode and the TAP LED (to the left of the BPM counter) lights. You can then adjust the tempo later using the dial F. Pressing and holding this key for more than 2 seconds resets the value. Pressing and holding this key and the BPM key together allows the value to be adjusted using the dial.
Lights when the single track playback mode is selected.
p AUTO READY Indicator
Lights when the Auto Ready mode is enabled (see 4.16, Auto Ready).
i PROGRAM indicator
Lights when programmed playback is selected.
j Time display
This part of the display is used to show time values or messages.
q RELAY Indicator
Indicates when the Relay Play mode is enabled (see 4.19, Relay Play). This mode is automatically enabled for both decks when it is enabled on one deck.
k Time address bar
This part of the display gives a bargraph indication of the current playback position relative to the current track. The indicator segments light from left to right when elapsed time mode is selected.
r AUTO CUE Indicator
Lights when the Auto Cue mode is enabled (see 3.3.2, Auto Cue).
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3 - Basic operations
3.1 Playback operations
The term cross-playing refers to the stopping of one deck and automatic starting of the other deck.
To start cross-playing: 1 With one deck playing, and the other stopped, press and hold down the ENTER key of the deck that is stopped. 2 Press the PLAY key of the stopped deck. The deck currently playing back will stop, and the deck whose keys have been pressed will start playback.
Load a disc in the player, and press the PLAY/PAUSE key. The PLAY/PAUSE key lights in playback mode.
If you press the PLAY/PAUSE key during playback, the unit enters pause mode, and the PLAY/PAUSE key starts blinking.
The CD-302 has no STOP key. If you have turned on the Direct mode (preset function 20), you can press the OPEN key (on the main unit or on the remote control unit) and eject the disc even during playback.
If a cue point has been stored, press the CUE key to locate to the cue point, and pause there. To test playback from the cue point, press and hold down the CUE key. When the CUE key is released, the playback position will return to the cue point and re-enter pause mode. There are two ways to set the cue point. Choose the way to set the cue point following the procedure below: 1 Press the PRESET key.
Press the SINGLE key, to select between the following play modes: all tracks playback single track playback programmed playback (up to 30 tracks can be entered)
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3 Basic operationsLoop play
2 Select 02 CUE/P (CUE_P) using the dial or numeric keys. 3 Press the ENTER key. 4 Select the cue point mode. 5 Press the ENTER key. If you select the PLAY key mode (PLY (PLY) is chosen as the cue mode value), the last playback point is captured and used as the as the cue point. If you select the CUE key mode (CUE (CUE) is chosen as the cue mode value), the operation is a little different. When the unit is paused, and searching is done using the JOG dial or the SEARCH keys, the CUE key will ash. Pressing the CUE key will store the current position as the cue point.
2 Select 03 JOG (JOG) using the dial or numeric keys. 3 Press the ENTER key. 4 Select the value (frames per rotation). 5 Press the ENTER key.
Cueing using the SEARCH keys
You can also cue to frame accuracy, using the SEARCH keys to locate the playback point while the unit is in pause mode.
Cueing using the numeric keys
You can also cue to any point using the numeric keys. The keys are used to enter the following values in order: track number, minutes, seconds and frames. 1 When you have entered the value, press the PLAY/PAUSE key. The unit starts playback from the input point. If all the values are not entered, the other values are set to zero. For example, if you only enter the track number, minutes and seconds, the frames eld will be set to 00, which means that the playback will start from the exact start of that second. If you make an entry containing a mistake, the display blinks to show this. Use the CLEAR key to clear and cancel entries containing mistakes.
You can also set the cue point using the memory function. (see 4.10, Memories)
The cue point cannot be updated during A-B LOOP play.
The auto cue function allows searching the track and auto-locating to the point where the audio level rst goes above a set threshold level. When this point is reached, the unit enters pause mode. Select the threshold level can be selected from:
OFF, 72, 66, 60, 54, and 35 dB.
When the auto cue function is on, the AUTO CUE indicator in the display lights. 1 Press the PRESET key. 2 Select 15 A/CUE (A_CUE) using the dial or numeric keys. 3 Press the ENTER key. 4 Select the threshold value to be used for the auto cue function. 5 Press the ENTER key.
Cueing using the JOG dial
You can directly cue to any point using the JOG dial by frame accuracy, while the unit is in pause mode. You can select the resolution of the dial so that one rotation of the dial is equivalent to either 9, 18, or 36 frames. 1 Press the PRESET key.
If the Direct mode (preset function 20) is turned off, the loop points can be captured only when both the A and B keys are turned off. If the loop points have already been set, these points must be cleared before the new locations are memorized.
If the Direct mode (preset function 20) is turned on, the loop points can be set when the LOOP key is unlit.
If Direct mode (preset function 20) is turned on, pressing either the A or B key will set the new loop point directly.
A-B loop duration
Playback in A-B loop play mode If you press the LOOP key R in play mode while the
A and B keys are lit, loop playback mode will start
Show the duration of the A-B loop in the display by using the TIME key 8 to select this display. The
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duration is shown for two seconds, and the display then returns to its previous state. 6 Press the LOOP key. The LOOP key lights, and the LOOP indicator in the display also lights.
This plays back one track continuously, looping between the start and end of the track. 1 Press the PRESET key. 2 Select 01 LOOP (LOOP) using the dial or numeric keys. 3 Press the ENTER key. 4 Select S (S). 5 Press the ENTER key. The SINGLE indicator lights in the display.
1 Press the PRESET key. 2 Select 01 LOOP (LOOP) using the dial or numeric keys. 3 Press the ENTER key. 4 Select ALL (ALL). 5 Press the ENTER key. The ALL indicator lights in the display. 6 Press the LOOP key. The LOOP key lights and the LOOP indicator in the display also lights.
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4.1 Tempo (speed) control
2 Press the + and keys to change the key. Display and change the key change either as a percentage of the original, or in semitone steps. Follow the steps below to select either percentage or semitone key change control. Note that the KEY indicator m will show a total of the value shown in this way, together with any changes made using the slider (when percentage mode is selected).
Controlling the key change as a percentage
1 Press the PRESET key. Change the tempo (playback speed) using the TEMPO slider a. Change the maximum (full down) and minimum (full up) speeds by either 0% (disabled), 8%, 16% or 32%. 1 Change the maximum range affected by the TEMPO slider a with repeated presses of the TEMPO key Z (0%, 8%, 16% and 32%). 2 Move the slider away from the center position in order to affect the tempo (speed) and pitch of the playback. The further away from the center you move the slider, the more you affect the playback tempo and pitch. If you select the 0% option , the TEMPO slider is disabled (moving it will have no effect). The TEMPO and KEY parts of the display show . 2 Select 04 KEY (KEY) using the dial or numeric keys. 3 Press the ENTER key. 4 Select + using the dial. 5 Press the ENTER key.
4.12.1 Setting the program steps
This adds tracks as program steps in a new program. 1 Press the PRESET key. 2 Select 11 PROG (PROG) using the dial or numeric keys. 3 Press the ENTER key. The program step number and the track number are shown on the display. 4 Use the SKIP keys C to select the track to be played as the currently-shown program step. 5 Press the ENTER key to conrm the entry. 6 Repeat 4 and 5 above for as many steps as will be entered into the program. 7 To nish the program entry sequence, press the PRESET or ENTER key (or any key except the SKIP keys).
If you are clearing all memories and then turning off the power, wait a few seconds between pressing the ENTER key and turning off the power.
4.12.2 Adding tracks to the middle of a program
When you have created a program, you can insert tracks as new program steps part of the way through the program. 1 Press the PRESET key.
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4 Advanced OperationsOutput level
2 Select 11 PROG (PROG) using the dial or numeric keys. 3 Press the ENTER key. The track number, followed by the program step number (e.g. Pro 05 (PRO 05)), is shown on the display. 4 Use the dial to select the position in the program where the new program step is to be inserted. 5 Use the SKIP keys C to select the track to be played as the program step which will be inserted. 6 Press the ENTER key. All program steps following the step which has just been entered will have 1 added to their step numbers. 7 Repeat 5 and 6 above for as many steps as will be inserted into the program. 8 To nish the program entry sequence, press the PRESET or ENTER key (or any key except the SKIP keys). 2 Select 11 PROG (PROG) using the dial or numeric keys. 3 Press the ENTER key. The program step number and the track number are shown on the display. 4 Use the dial to display PRO E ( PRO E). 5 Press the ENTER key. The display will show -SuRE- (-SURE-). 6 Press the ENTER key one more time to delete the whole program.
Opening the disc tray will also clear the whole of the program.
4.13 Output level
You can adjust the output level digitally in steps from +6 to 6, or set to nor (NOR=normal). The nor setting is equivalent to the +6 setting (maximum output level is 2 Vp-p). The maximum output level of the 0 setting is 1 Vp-p. The amplication chain must be used to make up volume if required. 1 Press the PRESET key. 2 Select 12 OUTPUT (OUTPUT) using the dial or numeric keys. 3 Press the ENTER key. 4 Use the dial to select the value by which the output level will be cut or boosted. 5 Press the ENTER key to conrm the setting.
4.12.3 Deleting program steps
This function allows you to delete individual program steps from the program. 1 Press the PRESET key. 2 Select 11 PROG (PROG) using the dial or numeric keys. 3 Press the ENTER key. The program step number and the track number are shown on the display. 4 Use the dial to select the track to be deleted. 5 Use the SKIP keys C to select E (E) (before the rst track). 6 Press the ENTER key to delete the track. Program steps following the deleted program step will 1 subtracted from their step numbers. 7 Repeat steps 5 and 6 for as many tracks as are to be deleted. 8 To nish the program step deletion sequence, press the PRESET or ENTER key (or any key except the SKIP keys).
4.14 Brake function
4.12.4 Deleting a whole program
This procedure deletes the whole of the program (all the program steps). 1 Press the PRESET key. Brake function allows the braking of the audio just like turning off an analog record turntable.
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4 Advanced OperationsSetting the EOM time
When the BRAKE key is pressed, it lights, and the brake mode is active. When you are playing a disc with brake mode active, and you press the PLAY/PAUSE key, the deck will stop playback slowly, like a record turntable. Select the braking time from 0.2 to 5.0 seconds, in 0.1 second steps. 1 Press the PRESET key. 2 Select 13 brake (BRAKE) using the dial or numeric keys. 3 Press the ENTER key. 4 Use the dial to select a value. 5 Press the ENTER key. When the power is turned on, playback will automatically start on the deck on which this Timer Play function is enabled. If this function has been enabled for both decks, only the left deck will start to play when power is turned on. 1 Press the PRESET key. 2 Select 17 t/play (T_PLAY) using the dial or numeric keys. 3 Press the ENTER key. 4 Select On or Off to turn the function on or off. 5 Press the ENTER key. This is in contrast to single play mode (3.2, Play modes), where the unit relocates to the start of the current track. 1 Press the PRESET key. 2 Select 16 A/REDY (A_REDY) using the dial or numeric keys. 3 Press the ENTER key. 4 Select On or Off to turn the function on or off. 5 Press the ENTER key.
4.17 Timer Play
4.15 Setting the EOM time
The EOM (End of Message) time is a xed time before the end of the current track. When playing back, and this EOM time is reached, the time address bar k in the display will ash. This provides you with a clear visual indication that the end of the track is coming up. 1 Press the PRESET key. 2 Select 14 EOM (EOM) using the dial or numeric keys. 3 Press the ENTER key. 4 Select a value. The possible values available for the EOM time are: OFF, 10, 15, 20, 30, 60 and 90 seconds. If OFF is selected, the time address bar will not ash near the end of the track. 5 Press the ENTER key to conrm the setting.
CD-302 Quick Start Guide
So you don't want to read the manual. This card can be kept with you wherever you take your CD-302 and covers common basic operations that may not be obvious. This guide assumes all settings on the CD-302 are set to factory defaults. If you've changed the defaults, then you've read the manual and you can put this away.
This row of buttons will store five independent cue points for the CUE button. This row of buttons will recall the cue point stored by the button directly above. This button switches between traditional pitch mode and Original Key mode (changes tempo without changing pitch). This button selects the range of the slider. The TAP button allows a a tempo value to be tapped in manually. The Tap indicator directly above will light. The BPM button selects automatic or Tap BPM. When TAP and BPM are pressed together a BPM may be entered with the jog dial. The TEMPO SYNC button automatically matches the tempo of the selected deck to the other deck. The BEAT SYNC button automatically lines up the beats of the selected deck to the other deck.
This button will locate to the main cue point and pause.
If pressed while playing this button will store a new main cue point. If pressed while paused this button will begin play. If pressed while BRAKE is lit will brake the audio. Enables Scratch function which is performed by the jog dial. Scratching can be performed while in play or pause. Enables Brake function which is performed by the PAUSE button.
The A button sets the CD audio loop in point. The B button sets the CD audio loop out point and begins loop play. Once the loop points are set, the LOOP button will engage/disengage loop play. When in pause the A or B button can be double-clicked to edit the loop point with the jog dial. Pitch/Tempo control will change the looping CD audio. To clear the loop press A & B simultaneously. The IN button begins sampling. The OUT button ends sampling. There are 10 seconds of sample memory. If 10 seconds goes by without ending sampling then sampling will automatically end at 10 seconds. When sampling is finished the IN button will play the sample. To enable/disable loop play of the sample press SAMPLE and OUT at the same time. To enable/disable reverse play of the sample press SAMPLE and IN at the same time. To clear the sample press IN and OUT at the same time. Loop play and reverse play of the sample are indicated by the LED's below the SAMPLE button. Pitch control will not affect sampled audio.
The ability to store five independent cue points was added after the main manual was written and requires version 1.10 software. To check you software version: Open a CD tray and press ENTER, TAP and BPM all at the same time. That's your prize for reading this instead of the manual! To access this function press CLEAR and ENTER at the same time until Mode 3 appears.
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