Recording 2-track USB recorder
Recording audio to a USB flash drive
You can record desired output channel signals, as an audio file (WAV or MP3), to the USB flash
drive inserted in the RECORDING connector.
Press the RACK&REC button on the menu bar to access the RACK&REC screen.
This screen includes several pages, which you can switch between using the tabs located at the
top of the screen.
Press the USB RECORDER tab.
■ TRANSPORT field
Enables you to control recording and playback of a song.
Indicates the currently-selected song's track number, title and artist name. The following
indicators will appear during playback or recording.
Elapsed time display
Indicates the elapsed playback time of the current song during playback, and the elapsed
recording time during recording.
Remaining time display
Indicates the remaining playback time of the current song during playback.
Current song format
Indicates the file format and bit rate of the current song (the file being played back).
REC FORMAT/RATE popup button
Enables you to select the recording file format and recording rate.
Moves the playback point to the beginning of the current song. If the playback point is already
at the beginning, the point will move to the beginning of the preceding song that has been
selected for playback.
If the playback point is not at the beginning of the current song, and if you press and hold
down this button for two seconds or longer, the song will rewind.
If you operate this button during playback, playback will resume from the point at which the
button is released.
The recorder will change from play/record/recording-standby mode to stop mode.
Changes the recorder mode as follows.
• Stop mode................................... Playback mode, and then playback will start from the
• Playback mode........................... Playback-pause mode
• Playback pause mode ............... Playback mode, and then playback will resume from the
• Recording standby mode......... Recording mode
beginning of the current song.
RIVAGE PM10 Operation Manual