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  • Page 2: Important Safety Instructions

    IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS • Read these instructions. • Keep these instructions. • Heed all warnings. • Follow all instructions. • Do not use this apparatus near water. • Mains powered apparatus shall not be exposed to dripping or splashing and that no objects filled with liquids, such as vases, shall be placed on the apparatus.

  • Page 3: Data Handling


  • Page 4: Table Of Contents

    Table of Contents IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS... ii THE FCC REGULATION WARNING (for U.S.A.)...ii CE mark for European Harmonized Standards...ii Data handling ...iii Introduction... 1 1. Main features... 1 2. Printing conventions in this manual... 2 3. Included items... 2 Parts and their function ...3 1.

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    Updating the system ... 86 1. Downloading the system file ...86 2. Updating the system ...86 MIDI... 87 1. MIDI connections...87 2. MIDI messages used by the D1600mkII ...87 3. Using MIDI ...87 Reference ...91 1. COUNTER ... 91 Counter: Counter display ... 91 2.

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    13. UNDO...120 14. TRIGGER...121 P1 Trigger: Settings to start trigger recording ... 121 15. SCRUB ...122 16. ENTER...122 17. INPUT/TUNER ...123 P1 Ch1–8: Select the inputs for mixer channels 1–8 123 P2 Ch9–16: Select the inputs for mixer channels 9–16 .. P3 InEq1–4: EQ settings for inputs 1–4 ...

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    Specifications ...162 MIDI implementation chart...164 Block diagram ...165 Effect Program List ...166 Rhythm Pattern List (215 patterns) ...168...

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  • Page 9: Introduction

    Thank you for purchasing the Korg D1600mkII Digital Recording Studio. To ensure trouble-free enjoyment, please read this manu- al carefully and use the instrument as directed. 1. Main features • 16-track digital recorder The D1600mkII delivers studio-quality sound with 24-bit internal processing, 16/24-bit recording and playback, and uncompressed recording at a sampling frequency of 44.1 kHz.

  • Page 10: Printing Conventions In This Manual

    2. Printing conventions in this manual Switches and knobs [ ] Keys, dials, and knobs on the panel of the D1600mkII are printed within [square brackets]. Parameters that appear in the LCD screen “ ” Parameters that appear in the LCD screen are printed inside “double quotation marks.”...

  • Page 11: Parts And Their Function

    1. Top panel 1 LCD screen The D1600mkII uses a TouchView system based on a touch panel screen. By pressing objects that are shown in the LCD screen, you can select pages, tabs, and parameters, and set their values. Also displayed are the volume (level meters), time locations (locate) during recording or playback, and various other parameters.

  • Page 12

    9 [POWER] key This turns the power of the D1600mkII on/off. When the D1600mkII is in standby mode, pressing the [POWER] key will turn on the power. If the D1600mkII is operating, pressing and holding the [POWER] key for a while will cause it to shut down and enter standby mode.

  • Page 13: Front Panel

    The time locations registered here are used as the punch-in/out locations, and the editing range for track editing operations such as copy or delete. By holding down the [IN/LOC1] key and pressing the [OUT/LOC2] key, you can listen to the audio between the IN–OUT points.

  • Page 14: Rear Panel

    This turns the main power on/off. When the [Main power] switch is turned on, the D1600mkII will be in standby mode. In standby mode, you can press the [POWER] key to turn on the power of the D1600mkII. While the D1600mkII is...

  • Page 15

    Use this when you wish to control a connected exter- nal MIDI device from the D1600mkII. 15 [MIDI IN] connector MIDI messages are received at this connector. Use this when you wish to control the D1600mkII from a connected external MIDI device.

  • Page 16: Objects In The Lcd Screen And Their Functions

    Objects in the LCD screen and their functions 1. Objects in the LCD screen The LCD screen of the D1600mkII features the Touch View system, which uses a touch panel. By pressing objects displayed in the LCD screen you can...

  • Page 17: Basic Operation

    1. Selecting a mode To make settings in the LCD screen for the various func- tions of the D1600mkII, you must first press the key of the mode that includes that function. For the functions of each mode, refer to “Reference”...

  • Page 18: Preparations

    Preparations 1. Connections The diagram below shows a basic example of connec- tions when using the D1600mkII to record. Make the appropriate connections for your system, substituting your own equipment as necessary for the equipment shown here. Be sure that the power is turned off while you are making connections.

  • Page 19: Turning The Power On/off

    Turning the power off When you are finished playing or recording a song, turn off the power. If you will not be using the D1600mkII for an extended time (e.g., when you have finished work for the day), be sure to turn off the main power so that the power is turned off completely.

  • Page 20: Listening To The Demo Song

    If you press the “Yes” button, the song will be saved automatically, and then the D1600mkII will shut down and enter standby mode. If you press the “No” button, you will return to the previous screen.

  • Page 21: Quick Start

    [MONI- TOR OUT L/R] jacks. 2. Turn on the power 1. Connect the power cable to the D1600mkII, and then plug it into an AC outlet. 2. Set the top panel [MASTER] fader to “–∞.”...

  • Page 22: Create A New Song

    3. Create a new song Before you can record a new composition, you must first create a new “song” on the D1600mkII. 1. Press the [SONG/CD] key. Then press the “SelSong” tab to access the [SONG/CD] “SelSong” tab page. You can also access the “SelSong” tab page by pressing the [SONG/ CD] key several times.

  • Page 23: Assign The Input To A Mixer Channel

    2. Press the “Rhythm” button to make the display read “ ”. The [TEMPO/RHYTHM] key will light. 3. Raise the [MASTER] fader and verify that you hear the rhythm. Use the front panel [PHONES LEVEL] knob to adjust the volume of your headphones, or use the top panel [MONITOR OUT LEVEL] knob to adjust the volume of your monitor speakers.

  • Page 24: Check The Sound

    Pre-fader level display 2. Press the [METER/TRACK VIEW] key. From the screen that appears, press the “ ” button to open the dialog box. 3. From the Select DisplayMode dialog box, press the “PreFaderLev” radio button and press the “OK” button; the pre-fader screen will appear.

  • Page 25

    At the beginning of the song, the counter value will be “001.01.000” or “000:00.000”. 7. Press the [REC] key. The D1600mkII will be in record-ready mode, and the [REC] and [PLAY] LEDs will blink. 8. When you are ready to perform, press the [PLAY] key.

  • Page 26: Play Back

    9. When you have finished performing, press the [STOP] key. Recording will stop, and the [REC] and [PLAY] LEDs will go dark. In the track view screen, the region from the beginning to the end of your audio recording is displayed as a thick line. Areas in which you did not perform are also displayed as a thick line.

  • Page 27: Step 2: Overdubbing

    Step 2: Overdubbing “Overdubbing” is the process of recording additional performances on other tracks while you listen to the previously-recorded performance or rhythm. For this example we’ll overdub an additional performance on guitar or keyboard while listening to the performance you recorded in Step 1. We’ll also explain how to record your keyboard in stereo, and how to record on a virtual track.

  • Page 28: Record A Keyboard

    Check the recording mode If you’ve already checked the recording mode, there’s no need to check it again; if so, proceed to the next step. 1. Access the [RECORD] “RecMode” tab page, and make sure that “Select RecMode” is set to “Input.” Record 1.

  • Page 29

    Check the level Assign the audio from your keyboard to tracks, and check the levels. 1. Press the track 5 and 6 [TRACK STATUS] keys to select INPUT (LEDs lit orange). 2. Press the [METER/TRACK VIEW] key. In the screen that appears, press the “...

  • Page 30: Record Vocals On Virtual Tracks

    Check the recording mode If you have already checked the recording mode, there’s no need to check it again; if so, proceed to the next step. 1. Access the [RECORD] “RecMode” tab page, and make sure that “Select RecMode” is set to “Input.” Record 1.

  • Page 31

    Check the sound 1. Set the [Channel 4] fader to unity gain (0 dB). 2. In the [SOLO/MONITOR] “Monitor” tab page, make sure that the “MasterLR” button is “On.” 3. Slowly raise the [MASTER] fader while you sing into the mic. Check the sound in your headphones or monitor speakers.

  • Page 32: Make Insert Effect Settings

    Play back a virtual track 1. Hold down the [STOP] key and press the [REW] key to return to the beginning of the song. 2. Press the [TRACK STATUS] key to set the recorded tracks to PLAY. 3. Press the [PLAY] key to play back. At this time, the virtual tracks selected in the [TRACK] “Vtr 1–8”...

  • Page 33

    Specify the destination for the processed sound In this example we’ll explain how to apply an insert effect to a stereo- connected keyboard. Connect your keyboard to the [INPUT 5] and [INPUT 6] jacks, and assign the audio to mixer channels 5 and 6. For our example, we will place insert effect 1 between [INPUT 5] jack and mixer channel 5, and between [INPUT 6] jack and mixer channel 6.

  • Page 34: Step 3: Mixdown

    Step 3: Mixdown “Mixdown” is the process of applying insert effects, master effects, and EQ etc. to the sound of each track to adjust the overall balance, and combining everything into two-track stereo data. 1. Apply effects Here’s how to assign an insert effect to a mixer channel so that the effect is applied to the playback of the track.

  • Page 35: Apply Eq (equalizer)

    For example, the dialog box shown above portrays the following set- tings. The upper left indicates track channel 3 → effect 1 → mixer channel 3. This means that the track 3 audio signal will be processed by effect 1, and sent to mixer channel 3.

  • Page 36: Apply Master Effects

    3. Apply master effects Here’s how you can apply master effects to the desired track channels. The D1600mkII contains two master effects, letting you apply two differ- ent effects simultaneously. This means that you can simulate complex acoustic spaces that could not be created by a single effect. To regulate the amount of the master effects, adjust the send and return controls.

  • Page 37

    5. While you listen to the song, access the [MASTER EFFECT/AUX] “MstEff1” tab page. Watch the level meter in the screen, and adjust the return level so that “CLP” does not appear. 6. When you have finished making adjustments, press the [STOP] key. Select master effect 2, and make send and return settings 1.

  • Page 38: Step 4: Mastering

    Step 4: Mastering “Mastering” is the process of applying a final effect and EQ to the mixed- down song in order to make the overall volume and tone consistent. We’ll also explain how you can use the CD-R/RW drive to create an au- dio CD of your song.

  • Page 39: Create The Master Track

    2. Create the master track When you create an audio CD, the data of track 1 and track 2 is what will be written to the CD. You will create the master track by combining the song data into tracks 1 and 2.

  • Page 40: Write Your Song To A Cd

    3. Access the [RECORD] “Bounce” tab page, and set “BounceMode” to “16Tr→2Tr”. “16Tr→2Tr” means that sixteen tracks will be bounced to two tracks. 4. Press the field at the right of “RecordVirtualTrack,” and turn the [VALUE] dial to select “h”. The bounced data will be placed in the virtual track you selected here.

  • Page 41

    5. Carefully read the owner’s manual section “COPYRIGHT WARN- ING” (→p.iii), and press the “Yes” button if you accept the terms. The D1600mkII will begin creating an image file. You can stop creating the image file by pressing the “Abort” but- ton during this time.

  • Page 42

    6. Press the “No” button in the dialog box. The [SONG/CD] “CDR/RW” tab page will appear. If you want to write additional songs, select the next song and then perform steps 1–6. 7. Press the “Final” button. A message will ask you to confirm that you really want to finalize the disc.

  • Page 43: Basic Operation

    A song named “NEWSONG” will be created follow- ing the last song that currently exists. 2. Naming a song Songs on the D1600mkII have a song number and a song name. The song number is a number in the range of 001–100, assigned in the order in which each song was created.

  • Page 44: Selecting Another Song

    “OK” button. Assign audio inputs to the mixer The D1600mkII has eight analog inputs and one (two- channel) digital input jack. Audio signals from devices connected to these jacks can be assigned to the various mixer channels and recorded.

  • Page 45

    2 1. Connect a mic. Set the INPUT 2 [TRIM] to the minimum (+4 dB), lower the D1600mkII’s [MASTER] fader, and connect a mic to the [INPUT 2] jack. If you are using a condenser mic, turn on phantom power for [INPUT 2] after you connect the mic.

  • Page 46: Digital Input

    [MONITOR OUT LEVEL] knob, and listen to the sound in your headphones or monitor system. 2. Digital input The D1600mkII can record a digital audio signal that is input via the S/P DIF jack. If you are using the digital input, you will not be able to use the input from an audio CD played in the CD- R/RW drive.

  • Page 47: Using The Tuner

    3. Using the tuner The D1600mkII has a built-in tuner function. To tune an instrument Connect the instrument you want to tune to the [INPUT 8/GUITAR IN] jack. 1. Use “SelectSource” to select the audio source you want to tune.

  • Page 48: Recording On Virtual Tracks

    When you are finished playing back, press the [STOP] key. (The [PLAY] LED will turn off.) 2. Recording on virtual tracks The D1600mkII has sixteen tracks, and each of these tracks has eight virtual tracks. For example when recording a solo part, you can switch...

  • Page 49

    This allows you to switch between playback and record- ing while you are performing on an instrument, or when you are at a distance from the D1600mkII. 1. Connect a foot switch to the [FOOT SW] jack. 2. Access the [SYSTEM/USB] “Control” tab page.

  • Page 50: Combining Multiple Tracks Into Two: Bounce

    CD, so you must combine your completed song into tracks 1 and 2. You can also mix down your completed song to two tracks of the D1600mkII, instead of mixing down to an external two-channel recorder. Combining 16 tracks of audio and overwriting them onto 2 tracks As an example, here’s how to combine the audio of...

  • Page 51: Other Recording Methods

    Trigger recording This is a function that uses the input level (trigger) to initiate recording. Recording will begin at the instant that sound is input to the D1600mkII. 1. Connect the input device, and set the recording level. Refer to “1. Analog inputs” and “1. Adjust the record- ing level, and record”...

  • Page 52: Loop Recording

    In addition to the recording methods described above, the following possibilities are available when recording on the D1600mkII. For details refer to the page listed. • Apply EQ to the audio being recorded. (→p.48) • Apply effects to the audio being recorded. (→p.54) •...

  • Page 53: Playback

    Playback This section explains basic playback on the D1600mkII, and also how to use program playback. 1. Playback 1. Select the track(s) for playback. Press the [TRACK STATUS] keys for the tracks that you wish to play, to put them in PLAY (LED lit green).

  • Page 54: Changing The Time Location

    Changing the time location This section explains how you can move the counter that shows the current location within the song. 1. Switching the counter display You can switch the time display type shown by the counter. 1. Press the “ ”...

  • Page 55: Using Scrub Playback Etc. To Find A Precise Time Location

    Using marks to move the time location You can register a specific location in a mark, and then move instantly to the registered location. A name can be assigned to each mark, and used to navi- gate within a song. Up to 100 marks can be registered in each song.

  • Page 56: Using The Mixer

    Using the mixer Here you can adjust various mixer settings such as volume, tone, pan, recording and playback, to create the desired levels for your song. For details on adjusting the effects, refer to p.53. 1. Adjusting the volume The input or recording/playback volume is adjusted by the [CHANNEL] faders.

  • Page 57: Pairing

    To finalize the settings, press the “OK” button. 5. Monitor settings In order to monitor the audio from the D1600mkII, you will need to connect a set of powered monitor speakers etc. to the [MONITOR OUT L/R] jacks, or connect head- phones to the [PHONES] jack.

  • Page 58: Solo Settings

    2. Adjust the cue level. Press the “Level” button to access the cue level adjustment screen. Select the icons for each channel, and rotate the [VALUE] dial to adjust the volume level and pan displayed in the upper left. 6. Solo settings Only the signals whose “Solo”...

  • Page 59

    Automatically switching scenes while a song plays: Scene Playback Scenes you registered can be selected automatically dur- ing playback at the time locations you specify. Register each scene at the time location where you want the mixer settings to change. (→“Registering a scene”) 1.

  • Page 60

    MIDI input If “SceneRead” is “Off”, scene change messages (program changes) that are received will cause the D1600mkII to select the scene of the corresponding number. If “SceneRead” is “On”, these messages will not be received, regardless of whether the D1600mkII is playing, recording, or stopped.

  • Page 61: Using Effects

    Using effects 1. Overview of the effects On the D1600mkII, you can use up to eight insert effects that can be inserted into an analog input or mixer chan- nel, two master effects that can be applied to the send from each channel, and a final effect that can be applied...

  • Page 62

    1 in 1 out x 4 (mono-in/mono-out × 4) While recording four vocals simultaneously, you could apply Exciter-Comp to voices that lack impact, and apply Limiter-P4EQ to loud voices as you record. Other examples are shown below. 1 in 1out x 8 (mono in/mono out × 8) For example when using eight mics to simultane- ously record each instrument of a drum set, you can apply a separate effect program to each instrument,...

  • Page 63: Master Effects

    You can also select effect programs while you listen to the playback. 3. Master effects The D1600mkII contains two master effects (MstEff1 and MstEff2) which can be used simultaneously. You can adjust the send amount from each channel to change the depth of the effect.

  • Page 64: Final Effect

    4. Final effect One stereo-in stereo-out effect is provided as the final effect. It applies to the master LR output (→diagram on preceding page). The final effect is used mainly for dynamics processing (compression etc.) to make the overall level more consist- ent.

  • Page 65: Controlling An Effect From An External Device

    8. Save the effect program. If the song is playing, press the [STOP] key to stop it. Press the “Store” button to access the “StoreEffect” dialog box. Specify the number for storing, press the “Exec.” button to save the effect program. When you save the effect program, it will be overwritten onto that number, and the previous settings of that number will be lost.

  • Page 66: Using An External Effect

    [INPUT 3] and [INPUT 4] jacks. 1. Connect your external effect processor. Connect the [AUX OUT] jack of the D1600mkII to the INPUT jack of your external effect processor, and connect the OUTPUT jacks of the external effect processor to the [INPUT 3] and [INPUT 4] jacks of the D1600mkII.

  • Page 67

    Depending on your system, you may not be able to write at the selected speed. If so, try a slower writing speed. Press the “Yes” button, and the D1600mkII will begin creating an image file. If you press the “Abort” button while the image file is being created, creation of the image file will...

  • Page 68: Recording To A Master Tape

    Connect your MD or DAT to the [S/P DIF OUT] jack or to the [MASTER OUTPUT] jacks. 3. Record on your external recording device. Play back the song on the D1600mkII, and adjust the recording level on your external recorder. Start recording on your external recorder, and play back the D1600mkII.

  • Page 69: Track Editing

    Track editing 1. Track editing functions The following functions are provided for track editing. • Copy Track: copy a track • Insert Track: insert a blank space • Erase Track: erase a track • Delete Track: delete a track • Reverse Track: reverse track audio end-to-end •...

  • Page 70: Track Editing Examples

    2. Track editing examples Copying track data: Copy Track The Copy Track command copies recorded track data from the specified region (IN–OUT) to another location (TO). • You can copy the IN–OUT data not only once, but multiple times in succession. •...

  • Page 71

    Inserting blank data: Insert Track The Insert Track command inserts blank space into the specified region (IN–OUT) of the recorded track. Track data located after the inserted blank will be moved toward the end of the song. • You can insert a blank into not only a single track, but into multiple tracks simultaneously.

  • Page 72

    If you repeatedly record or edit short intervals of time, the data on the hard disk will become fragmented, requiring the D1600mkII to access the disk more frequently, and making it more likely that skips will be heard or that the “DiskBusy” message will appear, possibly making it impossible to play back correctly.

  • Page 73

    Erasing audio events from silent areas Here’s how you can erase audio events from silent areas of the IN–OUT region of track 1. (These areas will be- come blank.) 1. Store the IN and OUT locations. Set IN at a point slightly ahead of the silent areas you want to erase, and OUT at a location after the end of the silent areas.

  • Page 74

    Expanding or compressing a track: Expansion/Compression Track This command expands or compresses the specified region (IN–OUT) of recorded track data into the specified region (TO–END) of a specified track. • The original data is left unchanged, and the time- expanded/compressed result is created on another track.

  • Page 75

    Procedure for copying to a virtual track Here’s how virtual track “a” (=currently selected) of track 1 can be copied to virtual track “b” of track 1. 1. Verify the copy destination. In the [TRACK] “Vtr1–8” tab page, make sure that track 1 virtual track “b”...

  • Page 76

    5. Select the swap destination virtual track. Set “DestVTrack” to virtual track “b.” 6. Execute the editing command. Press the “Exec.” button. The display will ask “AreYouSure?,” so press the “Yes” button to execute the command. When processing is completed, the display will indi- cate “Completed.”...

  • Page 77: Song Editing

    “protect” setting to prevent a song from being accidentally deleted. You cannot Undo song editing operations. 1. Song editing operation The D1600mkII provides the following song editing operations. • Copy song: copy a song • Move song: move a song •...

  • Page 78: Examples Of Song Editing

    5. Execute the song editing operation. Press the “Exec.” button to execute the song editing operation. In the case of the screen shown in step 4, song 1 will be copied to song 2. Previously-existing song 2 and any following songs will move backward (i.e., be renumbered upward).

  • Page 79: Rhythm/tempo Settings

    “Exec.” button. Rhythm/tempo settings The D1600mkII contains numerous rhythm patterns for a variety of time signatures (→p.168 “Rhythm Pattern List”). When you have a sudden idea for a song, you can record your performance immediately, using the built-in rhythms as a guide.

  • Page 80: Recording Your Performance While You Listen To The Rhythm

    Selecting the rhythm pattern Select “SelRhythm,” and rotate the [VALUE] dial to select the rhythm pattern that you wish to use. You can also press the “ ” button, and select from a list. 2. Recording your performance while you listen to the rhythm You can record your performance while listening to the built-in rhythm as a guide.

  • Page 81

    Here’s how MIDI clock tempo data from an external MIDI sequencer can be recorded on the tempo track. Use this when you wish to synchronize the D1600mkII song with song data created on a MIDI sequencer in which the tempo changes continuously.

  • Page 82

    “BeatTap” (tap at the beginning of each beat). 5. Record the tap tempo. Press the “RecStart” button to put the D1600mkII in record-ready mode. Press either the [PLAY] key or the foot switch, and playback and recording will begin simultaneously.

  • Page 83: Data

    If you want to save data on your computer, first save the data to the USB drive of the D1600mkII’s hard disk, and then save this data on your computer. You can save the following data.

  • Page 84

    7. Execute the backup. Restoring song data When backed-up song data is restored back into the D1600mkII, the data will once again be playable. To restore 1. If you are restoring from CD-R/RW, insert the disc 2. Select “Restore.”...

  • Page 85: Backing Up And Restoring Effect User Data

    When restoring from the USB drive From the file list, select the song that you want to restore. You cannot restore all songs in a single operation. Select the desired song, and press the “Yes” button. 5. If you are restoring a single song, select the restore- destination song.

  • Page 86

    Backing up to the USB drive Here’s how to back up user area insert effect “U055” to the USB drive. 1. Select “BackupUserData.” In the [SYSTEM/USB] “B-U/Rst” tab page, select “B- U/RstType,” and turn the [VALUE] dial to select “BackupUserData.” Alternatively, you can press the “...

  • Page 87: Saving A Wav File

    You can use Undo to return to the previous state. Exporting a WAV file: Audio data you copy to the D1600mkII’s clipboard can be exported as a WAV-format audio file to CD-R/RW or the USB drive. Importing (loading) a WAV file You can import WAV files of the following formats.

  • Page 88

    When exporting to CD-R/RW, you can add more data to the disc later if desired. An exported WAV file can be loaded into the D1600mkII or your computer even without finalizing the disc. When a WAV file is exported to CD-R/RW, it is writ- ten in ISO9660 level 1 format.

  • Page 89: Data Compatibility With Other Models In The Digital Recording Studio Series

    D1600mkII and the D12, D16 (version 2.0 and following), D1200, D1600, and D1200mkII models of the Digital Recording Studio series. If you want to use D1600mkII data on the D16, you must update the D16’s system to version 2 or later. Effect programs D1600mkII effect programs can also be used on the D1200 or D1200mkII in the same way.

  • Page 90: Drive

    If the “DiskError” message appears frequently, turn the “Quick” button off. For example you would turn this off if the D1600mkII failed to recognize the drive even after it was formatted with “Quick” turned on. Formatting with the “Quick” button turned off will require a substantial length of time for completion.

  • Page 91: Erasing The Data From A Cd-rw

    [SONG/CD] “CDR/RW” tab page. 4. Using the drive capacity efficiently You can use the following three operations or techniques to make efficient use of the D1600mkII’s drive capacity. • Execute the Optimize Track operation • Erase the Undo data • Share audio data...

  • Page 92

    99 times. Old data is kept on the drive so that you can do this. If you want to erase this Undo data, simply restart the D1600mkII. When you restart, all of the Undo data will be erased, recovering the space on the hard disk. Sharing audio data...

  • Page 93: Usb

    D1600mkII itself. Windows users (Windows Me/2000 or later) In order to use the D1600mkII with Windows 98, you will need to install a device driver. For details on obtaining and installing the device driver, visit the Korg website (

  • Page 94: Updating The System

    Insert the media containing the system file into the CD- R/RW drive. Using USB Use a USB cable to connect the D1600mkII to your computer, and copy the system file into the root level of the USB drive (the same location as the KORG folder).

  • Page 95: Midi

    D1600mkII Note, aftertouch, velocity, pitch bend: This data is used by the D1600mkII to control effects. Program change: This data is used by the D1600mkII to select scenes. Control change: This data is used by the D1600mkII to control mixer parameters.

  • Page 96

    D1600mkII. Synchronizing two D1600mkII units Here’s how you can synchronize two D1600mkII units. One D1600mkII will be the master, and the other will be the slave. Make connections as follows. MTC “MTC Mstr” MMC “Transmit” MIDI D1600mkII (Master) 1.

  • Page 97

    Using MIDI to control the D1600mkII mixer Here’s how the mixer control data recorded in “Recording D1600mkII mixer control operations” can be transmitted back to the D1600mkII to control its mixer. Make the same connections as in “Controlling the D1600mkII from a MIDI sequencer.”...

  • Page 99: Reference

    3. Device(CtrlChgDevice)...[Pedal, A.Touch, P.Bend, Velocity, NoteNum, CC#000…119] Select the external device that will control the internal effects of the D1600mkII. The effect selected by “Asn” can be controlled in real-time. Pedal: An expression pedal can be used to control the effect.

  • Page 100: P2 Midi: Midi Settings

    The action of making the D1600mkII operate at the same tim- ing as a MIDI sequencer is called synchronization. The device transmitting the synchronization clock is called the master, and the device receiving the synchronization clock is called the slave.

  • Page 101: P4 Mmc: Mmc Settings

    Specify the device ID that will be used when transmit- ting/receiving MMC. To enable MMC transmission/reception, connect the external MIDI device to the D1600mkII via MIDI, set the device ID to match, and set “Select MMC Mode” appro- priately. If this parameter is set to “127,” MMC can be trans- mitted/received to/from all ID numbers.

  • Page 102

    5. Rename If you select “U:USB DOS” as the “Drive,” you can edit the backup-destination filename. For details, refer to “2. Naming a song” (→p.35). You can input a filename of up to eight characters. You may not use symbols or lowercase characters. 6.

  • Page 103

    When backing up to CD-R/RW 6a. Speed ... You can specify the writing speed when backing up to CD-R/RW. Press the “Yes” button to begin the backup. When backing up to the USB drive 6b. Date ... Input the date and time. Press the “Date” button to open the dialog box, and specify the timestamp (date and time) for the file.

  • Page 104: P6 Diskutil: Managing Drives

    When you format the drive or erase a CD-RW, all data on that drive or disc will be lost. 1. USB Mode... Puts the D1600mkII in a mode where it can communi- cate with your computer. To connect your computer, select this button to access the “USB Mode” screen. The connected computer will detect the D1600mkII as a USB drive.

  • Page 105

    Track”) Very low frequency vibration in a studio etc. may cause “DiskBusy” errors to appear. In this case, cor- rect the problem by moving the D1600mkII to a dif- ferent location before you execute Check Drive. Sel Operation: Erase CD-RW This operation erases the data from a CD-RW.

  • Page 106

    Press the “Yes” button to begin formatting. Sel Operation: Load System/C, Load System/U These operations load the D1600mkII’s operating system program from the CD-R/RW drive or the USB drive to up- date the system. For details, refer to “Updating the system”...

  • Page 107: Record

    3. RECORD P1 RecMode: Selecting the recording mode 1. Select RecMode ... [Input, Bounce] Selects the recording mode. Input: The input (analog, digital, internal rhythm pat- tern, CD-R/RW drive) will be recorded. Use the channel faders to adjust the recording level of each track. Bounce: Bounce-recording will be performed.

  • Page 108: Track

    4. TRACK P1 Vtr1–8: Select virtual tracks 1–8 1. Select VirtualTrack...[1a…1h, …, 8a…8h] Select the virtual track for each track “1”–“8.” Each track has eight virtual tracks: “a”–“h.” One of these virtual tracks can be selected for recording/playback. 2. SelectAll... [On, Off] Turn this “On”...

  • Page 109

    2. SourceTrack ... [1...16, 1–2...15–16, 1–4…13–16, 1–8...9–16,1–16, Clip# Select the copy source track. : You can choose “Clip#” only if the clipboard contains data. # indicates the number of tracks in the clipboard (1, 2, 4, 8, 16). You can use “Clip#” to copy from tracks of a different song.

  • Page 110

    Edit Type: Erase Track This operation erases the track data in the IN–OUT range of the erase destination track (“DestTrack”). When this is executed (“Exec.”), the IN–OUT range will con- tain silence. Blank 2. DestTrack ...[1...16, 1–2...15–16, 1–4...13–16, 1–8, 9–16, 1–16] Select the erase destination track.

  • Page 111

    Edit Type: Reverse Track This operation copies the track data of the IN–OUT range of the reverse source track (“SourceTrack”) to the TO location of the destination track (“DestTrack”) in reverse (flipped back-to-front). You can specify the number of times that the data will be copied.

  • Page 112

    4. Wave... Displays the waveform of the track audio. This lets you set the editing locations (IN, OUT, TO) more precisely. For details, refer to “Edit Type: Copy Track” (→p.100). 5. Exec. (Execute) Executes the track editing operation. Edit Type: Exp/Comp Track This operation expands or compresses the track data of the IN–OUT range of the expansion/compression source track (“SourceTrack”), places it in the TO–END range of the...

  • Page 113

    4. DestVTrack ...[a...h] Select the virtual track of the copy destination track (“DestTrack”) to which the data will be copied. 5. Exec. (Execute) ... Execute the track editing operation. Edit Type: Swap Whole Track This operation exchanges (swaps) the track data from the beginning to the end of the swap source track (“SourceTrack”;...

  • Page 114: P4 Import: Import A Wav File

    P4 Import: Import a WAV file You can import a WAV file saved on CD-ROM/R/RW or the USB drive, and paste it into a track of the D1600mkII. You can also use the clipboard to paste the data into a location other than the beginning of the song.

  • Page 115: P5 Export: Export A Wav File

    You can copy data from an audio track, and export it by sav- ing it as a WAV file on a CD-R/RW disc or the USB drive. The D1600mkII can export WAV files in the following for- mats. • Sampling frequency: 44.1 kHz •...

  • Page 116: Song/cd

    5b. Finalize... [On, Off] You can export successive WAV files to CD-R/RW, but if this export will be the last and you do not intend to export any more files, you can turn this item on. Some drives such as early CD-ROM drives are not able to read a CD unless it has been finalized.

  • Page 117: P2 Editsong: Song Editing

    4. New ... This creates a new song following the last song of the currently selected drive. Press the “New” button to access the dialog box. Set “SongType” and “MixerSet,” and press the “OK” button, to create the new song. If you press the “Cancel” button, no song will be created.

  • Page 118: P3 Prgplay: Program Playback Of Songs

    Edit Type: Delete Song This operation deletes the selected song. 2. DestSong ...(001...100) Shows the number and name of the song that will be deleted. To change this, make your selection in the [SONG/CD] “SelSong” tab page. 3. Exec. (Execute) Executes the Delete Song operation.

  • Page 119

    RW: the disc was detected as a CD-RW. DA: the disc was detected as an audio CD. This includes the following. • A CD-R created on the D1600mkII etc. and finalized • A CD-RW created on the D1600mkII etc. and final- ized •...

  • Page 120: Store

    If you pressed the “Yes” button, the following message will appear, and the CD drive will be ejected. Insert another CD and press the “Yes” button. Since the image file is preserved, the second and subse- quent audio CDs will take less time to be created. Changing the writing speed will not affect the time it takes to create the temporary image file that is created when writing an audio CD.

  • Page 121: Mark

    7. MARK You can register a specific time location in a Mark, and then jump instantly to that location when desired. Since you can assign a name to each mark, you can use them to indicate sections within your song. For details, refer to “Registering a mark”...

  • Page 122: P2 Mixview: Pan/fader Scene Display

    On: Filtering will be turned on for the corresponding channel or parameter, and the settings of the scene will be ignored. Off: Filtering will be off; the settings of the scene will be applied. 3. SceneNumber ... [001…100] This recalls the mixer settings of a scene to the current time location.

  • Page 123: Tempo/rhythm

    3. Pan/fader guide ... [ These symbols show the difference between the actual fader or pan locations and the values that are registered in the scene. When a scene is recalled, the current position of the fad- ers may differ from the values registered in the scene. In this case, selecting the item that you wish to adjust will cause an indicator symbol to appear, showing the approximate difference between the internal setting...

  • Page 124: P2 Tmpmap: Editing The Tempo Map

    4. SelRhythm... [(Rhythm Pattern List)] Specify the rhythm parameter that will be used when “TempoSource” is set to “Manual.” In the cases of “TempoMap” and “TempoTrack,” this will show the rhythm corresponding to the current time as specified in the “TmpMap” tab page. Press the “...

  • Page 125: P3 Tmptrk: Create A Tempo Track

    • Record tap tempo If you do not know the tempo of the audio recorded on the D1600mkII, you can record tap tempo so that you will be able to manage the data and perform track editing in units of measures.

  • Page 126: In/loc1, Out/loc2, To/loc3, End/loc4

    10. IN/LOC1, OUT/LOC2, TO/LOC3, END/LOC4 You can store the desired time locations in [IN/LOC1], [OUT/LOC2], [TO/LOC3], and [END/LOC4], and use these keys in the following ways. • Locate points (press a key to move to the stored location) • Loop playback in/out points •...

  • Page 127: Auto Punch

    11. AUTO PUNCH P1 AtPunch: Settings for auto punch- in/out recording Auto punch-in/out recording is a function that automati- cally starts recording (punch-in) and stops recording (punch-out) at the time locations you specify beforehand. If you record when “AutoPunch” is “On,” punch-in/out recording will occur automatically.

  • Page 128: Loop

    This data will occupy space on the disk, decreasing the available recording time. In such cases, you can recover this disk space by turning the D1600mkII off and then on again to erase the Undo data.

  • Page 129: Trigger

    If recording begins too early or too late, re-adjust this level. 3. PreTrigTime ... [000…700ms] When trigger recording is used, the D1600mkII can record the sound that was heard immediately before recording actually started. Trigger recording will initiate recording when the input signal exceeds the “Threshold”...

  • Page 130: Scrub

    15. SCRUB Scrub, Play From/Play To, and Slow Play functions can be switched on/off here. Each time you press the [SCRUB] key, the setting will be switched on or off. By using these functions, you can register Locate and Mark times more precisely and easily.

  • Page 131: Input/tuner

    After completing a song on the D1600mkII, you can synchronize a sequencer to the D1600mkII and use sub inputs to mix the sequenced sounds with the track playback of the D1600mkII.

  • Page 132: P2 Ch9-16: Select The Inputs For Mixer Channels

    4a. Select ChannelPair... [1 2…15 16] Press the “1 2”–“15 16” button for the channels that you wish to pair. When pairing is “On,” the heart icon will be displayed. 4b. Select Function ... [Eq, Send, Aux, Pan] Select the functions that will be paired for the channels selected by “Select ChannelPair.”...

  • Page 133: Eq/phase

    18. EQ/PHASE P1 Eq1–4: EQ settings for mixer channels 1–4 Here you can apply EQ (equalizer) to the playback of tracks 1–4. Use these settings when you wish to apply EQ to the play- back. The EQ has three bands. High EQ and low EQ are shelving type, and the mid EQ is a peaking type with adjustable cutoff frequency.

  • Page 134: Insert Effect

    19. INSERT EFFECT The insert effects can be applied to the analog inputs during recording, or to track playback. The D1600mkII lets you use up to eight different insert effects simultaneously. Insert effects cannot be used if “DigiIn” is turned “On”...

  • Page 135: P2 Inseff1: Selection And Settings For Insert Effect 1127

    P2 InsEff1: Selection and settings for Insert Effect 1 1. InputLevelMeter... (IN1, 2/CLP, –8, –18, –42dB) This shows the input level of each effect. The horizontal axis indicates the effect input, and the vertical axis shows the level. “IN2” will be input only if [INSERT EFFECT] “InsEff1” tab page is “2in2outx2.”...

  • Page 136: P3 Inseff2: Selection And Settings For Insert Effect 2128

    The effect program whose name or parameters you modified can be stored in user areas “U001”–“U128.” The D1600mkII provides 128 user areas for insert effects. In the “StoreEffect” dialog box, specify the “user area number” and press the “Exec.” button to store the effect.

  • Page 137: Master Effect/aux

    The master effects are used by sending an adjustable send amount from each channel to the effect. They can be used to adjust the overall depth and balance. The D1600mkII pro- vides two master effects. The final effect is used to adjust the final stage of the master LR bus.

  • Page 138: P4 Effsnd2: Send Settings For Effect 2

    P4 EffSnd2: Send settings for effect 2 Here you can set the send level from each mixer channel to effect 2. For details, refer to “P3 EffSnd1: Send settings for effect 1” (→p.129). P5 AuxSend: External send settings Here you can set the send level from each mixer channel that will be output to the [AUX OUT] jack.

  • Page 139: Solo/monitor

    The effect program whose name or parameters you modified can be stored in user areas “u033”–“u064.” The D1600mkII provides 32 user areas for final effects. In the “StoreEffect” dialog box, specify the “user area number” and press the “Exec.” button to store the effect.

  • Page 140: P2 Monitor: Monitor Settings

    P2 Monitor: Monitor settings Here you can select the audio that will be sent from the mon- itor output ([MONITOR OUT L/R] jacks) and the headphone output ([PHONES] jack). 1. MasterLr ... [On, Off] Sends the master LR bus to the monitor output. Nor- mally you will turn this “On.”...

  • Page 141: Meter/track View

    22. METER/TRACK VIEW Here you can view the pre fader level meter and post fader level meter. You can also use the track view display to check whether a track contains audio events. 1. Select DisplayMode ...[PreFaderLev, PostFaderLev, TrkView1–8, TrkView9–16, TrkView1–16] Select the signals that you wish to display.

  • Page 142: Track Status

    23. TRACK STATUS These indicators show the status of each track. Each time you press the [TRACK STATUS] key, the LED will change color to indicate the selected function. • PLAY (LED lit green) The selected track can be played. •...

  • Page 143: Transport Keys

    Play To. For details, refer to “15. SCRUB” (→p.122). 5. [REC] key When you press this key, the D1600mkII will enter record-ready mode (the LED will blink). In order to enter record-ready mode, [TRACK STATUS] must be set to REC for at least one track.

  • Page 145: Effect Parameter List

    Effect Parameter List Example Algorithm number: Category number: Algorithm name 1: RV1: Reverb Hall Parameter name shown on screen... Range of parameter Explanation (parameter name) *Time (Reverb Time [sec]) ... 01...10.0s Sets the reverberation time * Parameters marked by an “*” in front of the screen parameter name can be controlled by an external device such as an expression pedal.

  • Page 146

    HiDamp (High Damp [%]) ...0...100 Sets the damping amount in the high LoDamp (Low Damp [%]) ...0...100 Sets the damping amount in the low Spread (Spread) ...0...50 Sets the width of the stereo image of the Mix (Wet/Dry)... Dry, 1:99...99:1, Wet Sets the balance between the effect and : High Damp [%], : Low Damp [%] These parameters set the damping amount of high range and low range.

  • Page 147: Modulation Mo1- Mo7

    The “Attack” and “Release” parameters specify attack time and release time of delay level control. 13: DL6: St.Auto Panning Delay (Stereo Auto Panning Delay) This stereo delay effect pans the delay sound left and right using the LFO. LTime (L Delay Time [msec])...0...680 Sets the delay time for the left channel LFback (L Feedback)...–100...+100 Sets the feedback amount for the left channel RTime (R Delay Time [msec]) ...0...680 Sets the delay time for the right channel...

  • Page 148: Dynamics Dy1 - Dy7

    18: MO5: St.Tremolo (Stereo Tremolo) This effect modulates the volume level of the input signal. The effect is stereo, and offsetting the LFO of the left and right phases from each other produces a tremolo effect between left and right. LFO (LFO Waveform) ...TRI, SIN, Vintage, Up, Down Shape (LFO Shape) ...–100...+100 Determines how much the LFO wave-...

  • Page 149

    : Envelope Select When “L/R Mix” is selected for this parameter, the left and right channels are linked to control the Limiter using the mixed signal. If “L Only” (or “R Only”) is selected, the left and right channels are linked, and the Limiter is controlled via only the left (or right) chan- nel.

  • Page 150: Special Effect Se1 - Se4

    If you set the “Sampling Frequency” to about “3kHz” and set “Pre LPF” to “Off,” you can create a sound like a ring modulator. : Resolution, : Output Level If you set a smaller value for the “Resolution” parameter, the sound may be distorted.

  • Page 151: Insert Effect (2in2outx2)/ Final Effect

    Insert Effect (2in2outx2)/ Final Effect These algorithms can be selected for an insert effect if “2in2outx2” is selected for “Select Eff Type”. They can also be selected for a final effect. Large size LS1 – LS7 Category: Large size effects 32: LS1: St.Graphic 7band EQ (Stereo Graphic 7band EQ) This is a stereo 7-band graphic equalizer.

  • Page 152: Insert Effect (1in2outx2)

    36: LS5: Early Reflections L This early reflection effect has more precise early reflections with twice the maximum length of a normal-size effect. You can create a very smooth and dense sound. Type (Type) ... Sharp, Loose, Modula, Revers Time (ER Time [msec])...10...1600 Sets the time length of early reflection PreDly (Pre Delay [msec]) ...0...200 Sets the time taken from the original EQTrim (EQ Trim) ...0...100 Sets the input level of EQ applied to the LEQG (Pre LEQ Gain [dB]) ...–15.0...+15.0 Sets the gain of Low EQ...

  • Page 153: Pa1

    Category: Pre-amp simulator 48: PA1: Pre Amp Simulator [Drive, NR2, Tone, Cabinet] EB1 – EB3 Category: Bass multi 49: EB1: Bass Multi1 [CompT, Exctr, P4EQ, Cho/Fl, S.DLY] 50: EB2: Bass Multi2 [Dist, NR, Filter, Delay] 51: EB3: Bass Multi3 [Comp, P4EQ, Gate] Category: Mic multi 52: MS1: Mic Multi [CabRes, MicSim, Comp]...

  • Page 154

    P4EQ (Parametric 4band EQ) Fc1 (Band1 Cutoff [Hz])...20...1.0k Sets the center frequency of Band 1 Q1 (Q)...0.5...10.0 Sets the bandwidth of Band 1 G1 (Gain [dB]) ...–18...+18 Sets the gain of Band 1 Fc2 (Band2 Cutoff [Hz])...50...5.0k Sets the center frequency of Band 2 Q2 (Q)...0.5...10.0 Sets the bandwidth of Band 2 G2 (Gain [dB]) ...–18...+18 Sets the gain of Band 2 Fc3 (Band3 Cutoff [Hz])...300...10.0k Sets the center frequency of Band 3...

  • Page 155

    Cho/Fl (Chorus/Flanger) This effect gives a sense of pitch movement and depth to the sound. Adjusting the delay time will change the effect signifi- cantly. DTime (Delay Time) ... 0.0...50.0ms Sets the delay time LFO (LFO Waveform) ... TRI, SIN Selects LFO Waveform *Speed (LFO Frequency) ...0.02...20.0 Sets the LFO speed *Depth (Depth) ...0...100 Sets the depth of LFO modulation Fdback (Feedback)...–100...+100 Sets the feedback amount...

  • Page 156: Insert Effect (1in1outx4)

    Insert Effect (1in1outx4) These algorithms can be selected for an insert effect when “1in1outx4” is selected as “Select Eff Type.” Different effects can be used simultaneously on four channels/ tracks. Effects MM1–MM33 connect two mono effects in series. Example Algorithm number: Category number: Algorithm name [Names of effects in the chain] 55: MM1: P4EQ –...

  • Page 157: Effects Within Multi-effect Programs Mm1-mm33, And Their Parameters

    Effects within multi-effect programs MM1–MM33, and their parameters Here are explanations of the parameters of each effect in the multi-effect chains listed above. P4EQ (Parametric 4band EQ) Fc1 (Band1 Cutoff [Hz])...20Hz...1.0k Sets the center frequency of Band 1 Q1 (Q) ...0.5...10.0 Sets the bandwidth of Band 1 G1 (Gain [dB]) ...–18...+18 Sets the gain of Band 1 Fc2 (Band2 Cutoff [Hz])...50Hz...5.0k Sets the center frequency of Band 2 Q2 (Q) ...0.5...10.0 Sets the bandwidth of Band 2...

  • Page 158: Insert Effect (1in1outx8)

    Phaser LFO (LFO Waveform) ...TRI, SIN Selects LFO Waveform *Speed (LFO Frequency [Hz])...0.02...20.0 Sets the LFO speed Manual (Manual)...0...100 Sets the frequency to which the effect is *Depth (Depth) ...0...100 Sets the depth of LFO modulation Reso (Resonance)...–100...+100 Sets the resonance amount Mix (Wet/Dry)...

  • Page 159: Effect Control

    98: MN11: Expander This effect makes the sound tighter and improves the dynamic range and S/N ratio by compressing signals that are below a specified level. Thrshl (Threshold) ...0...127 Sets the level at which the effect begins to apply Attack (Attack) ...1...100 Specifies the length of the attack Relse (Release)...1...100 Specifies the length of the release Ratio (Ratio) ...

  • Page 161: Appendices

    → Assign the output to a mixer channel in the [INPUT/ TUNER] “Ch1–8” or “Ch9–16” tab page, and set the [TRACK STATUS] to INPUT (orange). Did you subject the D1600mkII to vibration or impact? The CD-R/RW drive in the D1600mkII is a removable unit.

  • Page 162

    If you wish to input a digital signal, press the “DigiIn” button to turn it “On” in the [INPUT/TUNER] “Ch1– 8” or “Ch9–16” tab page. Does the D1600mkII support the sampling rate of the digital input? → 96 kHz sampling rate is not supported.

  • Page 163

    Is the MIDI cable connected correctly? (→p.7, 87) Is the MIDI cable broken? Can’t synchronize using MTC or MIDI Clock Has the D1600mkII been set as the master and the MIDI sequencer as the slave? (→p.87, 92) Does the synchronization signal transmitted by the...

  • Page 164

    → In the [SYSTEM/USB] “MIDI” tab page, check “GlobalCh.” The D1600mkII does not synchronize as a slave → If the D1600mkII is set as a MTC slave, several seconds may be required before synchronization is achieved. Can’t control other devices via MMC In the [SYSTEM/USB] “MMC”...

  • Page 165: Various Messages

    D1600mkII has been damaged for some reason. → When you press the “OK” button, the data on the hard disk will be erased, the D1600mkII will be able to start up normally. However, all data on the hard disk will be erased.

  • Page 166

    There is insufficient memory for recording or track editing. → Delete unneeded data. Alternatively, you may be able to solve this problem by shutting-down the D1600mkII and starting it up again. MIDI Overflow When receiving MMC or recording MIDI Clock, reception of MIDI data failed.

  • Page 167: About The Hard Disk And Cd-r/rw Drive

    About the hard disk and CD-R/ RW drive The D1600mkII is shipped with a removable hard disk and CD-R/RW drive installed at the factory. Please use caution when moving or transporting the D1600mkII. 1. Hard disk The hard disk is installed as follows.

  • Page 168: About The Cd-r/rw Drive

    2. About the CD-R/RW drive Cautions for handling • Make sure that the unit is level when operating. • Do not use in extremely cold or hot locations. • Do not use in locations of high humidity. • Do not use this unit in locations of excessive dust or smoke.

  • Page 169: Playing Or Recording From An Audio Cd

    Inserting a disc Make sure that the power of the D1600mkII is turned on. 1. Open the disc tray Press the eject button of the CD-R/RW drive, and the disc tray will open. 2. Insert the disc With the label of the disc facing upward, place it in the disc tray.

  • Page 170: Specifications

    Specifications Operating temperature range: +5 – +35 °C (do not allow condensation) ■ Specifications <Recorder section> Number of tracks: 128 tracks (including virtual tracks) 16 tracks simultaneous playback, 8 tracks simultaneous recording @ 16 bits 8 tracks simultaneous playback, 4 tracks simultaneous recording @ 24 bits Recording format: 24 bit/16 bit uncompressed, 44.1 kHz...

  • Page 171

    <AUX OUTPUT> Connector: 1/4" phone jack (unbalanced) Output impedance: 150 Ω Nominal level: –10 dBu Maximum level: +2 dBu Load impedance: 10 kΩ or more <PHONES OUTPUT> Connector: 1/4" stereo phone jack Output impedance: 100 Ω Maximum level: 50 mW @32 Ω <S/P DIF INPUT/OUTPUT>...

  • Page 172: Midi Implementation Chart

    [ Digital Recording Studio ] D1600mkII Model MIDI implementation chart Function Basic Default Channel Changed Memorized Mode Messages Altered Note Number: True Voice Note On Velocity Note Off Polyphonic (Key) Aftertouch Monophonic (Channel) Pitch Bend Control 0 —119 Change Program...

  • Page 173: Block Diagram

    Block diagram...

  • Page 174: Effect Program List

    INSERT EFFECT Preset128 User128 ProgNo Categ ProgramName Algorithm EFF1 Reverb 7 I001 RV1 ReverbHall Reverb Hall HALL I002 RV2 SmoothHall Smooth Hall SmtHall I003 RV3 WetPlate Reverb Wet Plate WPlate I004 RV4 DryPlate Reverb Dry Plate DPlate I005 RV5 ReverbRoom Reverb Room ROOM I006 RV6...

  • Page 175

    MASTER EFFECT Preset32 User32 ProgNo Categ ProgramName Algorithm EFF 1 Reverb 15 M001 RV1 ReverbHall Reverb Hall HALL M002 RV2 SmoothHall Smooth Hall SmtHall M003 RV3 WetPlate Reverb Wet Plate WPlate M004 RV4 DryPlate Reverb Dry Plate DPlate M005 RV5 ReverbRoom Reverb Room ROOM M006 RV6 BrightRoom...

  • Page 176: Rhythm Pattern List (215 Patterns)

    For Beat settings other than 3/4, 4/4 or 6/8, only (Blank), Metro, or Hihat can be selected. For Beat settings of 3/4, 4/4 or 6/8, the following rhythm patterns can be selected in addition to (Blank), Metro, or Hihat. [I], [F], and [E] indicate Intro, Fill, and Ending pattern marks. In this list, Length and Tempo values are the number of measures in each rhythm, and the recommended tempo.

  • Page 177

    Demo Song List “Let The Sister Dance” The song is written by Mumbo Jumbo Band © 1997 Mumbo Jumbo Band -all rights reserved. Index Numerics 16-bit recording/playback...35, 109 24-bit recording/playback...35, 109 Adjusts the volume [CHANNEL] fader ...3, 134 [MASTER] fader...3, 134 [MONITOR OUT LEVEL] knob ...5 [PHONES LEVEL] knob ...5 Analog input...36, 48, 124...

  • Page 178

    Copy Song...70, 109 Copy Track ...62, 100 Copy Whole Track...66, 104 Copyright... iii Counter display ...46, 91 Cue...49, 132 Cue Level ...49 Current parameter display...8 Delay...137 Delete Song ...70, 110 Delete Track...63, 102 Demo song...12 Demo Song List...169 Dialog box...8, 9 Digital input ...38, 123 Digital source Connection...11...

  • Page 179

    Radio button ... 8, 9 Recording level... 39 Recording mode ... 39, 99 Recording track ... 16 Auto punch-in/out... 41, 119 Bounce-recording... 31, 42, 99 Loop recording... 44, 120 Manual punch-in/out ... 40, 91 Overdubbing ... 40 Trigger recording ... 43, 121 Redo ...

  • Page 180

    IMPORTANT NOTICE TO CONSUMERS This product has been manufactured according to strict specifications and voltage requirements that are applicable in the country in which it is intended that this product should be used. If you have purchased this product via the internet, through mail order, and/or via a telephone sale, you must verify that this product is intended to be used in the country in which you reside.

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