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VF160 Owner's Manual
This supplement describes the enhanced/
new functionality of the VF160 version 2.0
software.
Before using the VF160 V2.0, please read
this supplement along with the original
owner's manual.
Newly added functionality:
(2) Audio CD playback mode
Enhanced functionality:
(1) Audio CD recording
(2) Audio CD track loading
8588 034 100
(393907)

Summary of Contents

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    8588 034 100 (393907) VF160 Owner’s Manual <V2.0 Supplement> This supplement describes the enhanced/ new functionality of the VF160 version 2.0 software. Before using the VF160 V2.0, please read this supplement along with the original owner's manual. Newly added functionality: (1) Chain play function (2) Audio CD playback mode Enhanced functionality:...

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    VF160 Owner’s Manual <V2.0 Supplement>...

  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    VF160 Owner’s Manual <V2.0 Supplement> Table of Contents Chain play function ..................5 Making the chain play list ..................6 Making the chain play list by selecting all the programs ......7 Making the chain play list by selecting desired programs ......8 Setting the chain play mode ..................9 Selecting a program in the chain play list ..........10 Editing the chain play list ...................11 Deleting (or replacing) a program in the chain play list .......11...

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    VF160 Owner’s Manual <V2.0 Supplement> <Before using, please attach the sticker!> In the VF160 V2.0 carton, you can find a sticker labeled "CD PLAY", as well as the owner's manual and V2.0 supplement (this document), etc. This sticker should be attached to the position under the [SCRUB] key for indicat- ing that this key is used for audio CD playback.

  • Page 5: Chain Play Function

    VF160 Owner’s Manual <V2.0 Supplement> Chain play function The chain play function allows you to play back programs in order according to the “chain play list”. As examples in figure 1, you can play back programs in order of program number or in desired order.

  • Page 6: Making The Chain Play List

    VF160 Owner’s Manual <V2.0 Supplement> Making the chain play list Before executing chain play, you must make the chain play list by selecting the desired (or all) programs in the desired order. You can enter up to 99 programs to the chain play list.

  • Page 7: Making The Chain Play List By Selecting All The Programs

    VF160 Owner’s Manual <V2.0 Supplement> Making the chain play list by selecting all the programs The following procedure example shows how to enter all the programs (P01 through P10) on the current drive to the chain play list. While “END” is flashing, rotate the [JOG] dial to select “ALL”, and press the [ENTER/ YES] key.

  • Page 8: Making The Chain Play List By Selecting Desired Programs

    VF160 Owner’s Manual <V2.0 Supplement> Making the chain play list by selecting desired programs The following procedure example shows how to enter the five desired programs (from among 10 programs on the current drive) to steps 1 through 5 in the chain play list, as below.

  • Page 9: Setting The Chain Play Mode

    VF160 Owner’s Manual <V2.0 Supplement> Setting the chain play mode When you have made the chain play list, set the chain play mode. The following procedure shows how to set the chain play mode after making the chain play list as described before. While “OFF”...

  • Page 10: Selecting A Program In The Chain Play List

    VF160 Owner’s Manual <V2.0 Supplement> <Notes on playing back the chain play list> When the play mode is set to any option but “Off”, the recorder immediately locates to the start point of the program set to step 1 (C01) in the play list, and then stops. If you move the recorder to a position out of the range between the Auto Return Start and End points (or after the REC END point), “Out of Zone”...

  • Page 11: Editing The Chain Play List, Deleting (or Replacing) A Program In The Chain Play List

    VF160 Owner’s Manual <V2.0 Supplement> Editing the chain play list You can replace a program in the chain play list with another program, delete a program from the list, or add a new program to the list. • Deleting (or replacing) a program in the chain play list You can delete a desired program from the chain play list or replace a program in the list with another program by following the procedure below.

  • Page 12: Deleting All Programs From The Chain Play List

    VF160 Owner’s Manual <V2.0 Supplement> <Note> If you delete or replace a program in the chain play list when “Chain Play” is set to any option but “Off”, the “Chain Play” setting automatically changes to “Off” (which is the default). Therefore, to execute chain play after editing the chain play list, you must make the “Chain Play”...

  • Page 13: Inserting A Program To The Chain Play List

    VF160 Owner’s Manual <V2.0 Supplement> Inserting a program to the chain play list You can insert a program to a desired step in the current chain play list. Follow procedure steps 1) and 2) on page 11 to show the “Chain Play List” screen. (i.e.

  • Page 14: Changes In Audio Cd Recording Functionality, Change In The Automatic Silence Recording Function Between Songs

    VF160 Owner’s Manual <V2.0 Supplement> Changes in audio CD recording functionality With the version 2.0 software, the following two changes in audio CD (CD-DA) recording functionality as described below, are made. See also "Making an audio CD" on page 120 of the original owner's manual.

  • Page 15: How To Make A Silent Space Between Songs In The Mastering Process

    VF160 Owner’s Manual <V2.0 Supplement> <How to make a silent space between songs in the mastering process> When mastering a song in the internal mixdown mode, do not stop recording at the song end point. Instead, continue recording with the fader down for a few seconds from the song end point and then stop recording.

  • Page 16: How To Edit The Clipboard Out Point

    VF160 Owner’s Manual <V2.0 Supplement> How to edit the clipboard out point The following procedure describes how to edit the clipboard out point, assuming that a program mastered by the internal mixdown mode is currently loaded. While the VF160 is stopped, press the [CLIPBOARD OUT] key. The display shows the current Clipboard Out point data in which "s"...

  • Page 17: Event Enable/disable Setting

    VF160 Owner’s Manual <V2.0 Supplement> Event enable/disable setting The event enable/disable setting is added to the "CD-R/RW setup" screen which can be brought up by selecting "Setup" from "Mode Select" options in the "Save PGM" menu item of the setup mode. This setting allows you to select whether enabling (ON) or disabling (OFF) the events stored between the clipboard in and clipboard out points when burning a material to an audio CD.

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    VF160 Owner’s Manual <V2.0 Supplement> <"EventEnable" should also be set to "OFF" in such a case!> Let's assume that there are two programs; program 1 and program 2. The material in program 1 has events, while the material in program 2 does not (as shown in figure below).

  • Page 19: Newly Added Audio Cd Playback Mode, Switching The Playback Mode

    VF160 Owner’s Manual <V2.0 Supplement> Newly added audio CD playback mode In version 2.0, the audio CD playback mode is newly added. This mode allows playing back an audio CD (regardless of whether it is made using the VF160 or on the market) using the CD-R/RW drive (model CD-1A) which is optionally installed.

  • Page 20: Available Functions In The Audio Cd Playback Mode

    VF160 Owner’s Manual <V2.0 Supplement> Available functions in the audio CD playback mode In the audio CD playback mode, the following functions are available. If you are going to carry out any function other than the following, a warning mes- sage is shown and the operation is ignored (for example, if you press the [RECORD] key while holding down the [SHIFT] key, "[WARNING!] Void Key CD PLAYER"...

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    VF160 Owner’s Manual <V2.0 Supplement> Display in the audio CD playback mode When switching to the audio CD playback mode, the display looks like the ex- ample below. By pressing the [DISP SEL] key while holding down the [SHIFT] key, you can switch the time base.

  • Page 22: Function Enhancement On Audio Cd Track Loading, How To Load Tracks From An Audio Cd

    VF160 Owner’s Manual <V2.0 Supplement> Function enhancement on audio CD track loading The audio track loading function which is available by installing the optional CD-1A (CD-R/RW drive) has been enhanced. With the previous version, you can load the specified track(s) from an audio CD. With version 2.0, you can also load all tracks from an audio CD at once.

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    VF160 Owner’s Manual <V2.0 Supplement> If you agree to the message contents, press the [ENTER/YES] key. The display changes to show the screen for selecting the load type, on which “One” flashes. This screen has been newly added with version 2.0. You can select a desired load type from among the following.

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    VF160 Owner’s Manual <V2.0 Supplement> <Hint> Before executing “All” track loading, you can delete an unnecessary track by the following procedure. 1) While the display shows the screen as above, use the [JOG] dial to highlight the desired track and press the [ENTER/YES] key. The destination program number of the selected track starts flashing.

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    VF160 Owner’s Manual <V2.0 Supplement> On the contrary, when you set the load type to “Select”, the load destination program number for the secondly selected track is same as the firstly selected track. That is, all selected tracks are loaded to the same program. Press the [ENTER/YES] key.

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    VF160 Owner’s Manual <V2.0 Supplement> <Hint> To play back a desired loaded track on the current drive, carry out the following operation depending on the load type. • To play back a track loaded with the type set to “One”: Select the appropriate program to which the track to be played back is loaded by following the procedure below.

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    VF160 Owner’s Manual <V2.0 Supplement> Memo...

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    FOSTEX CO. 3-2-35 Musashino, Akishima-shi, Tokyo, Japan 196-0021 FOSTEX AMERICA 15431, Blackburn Avenue, Norwalk, CA 90650, U. S. A. © PRINTED IN JAPAN OCT. 2003 8588 034 100 FX (393907)

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