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Sony MZ-NH1 SonicStage v2.0 Operating Instructions Manual

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3-267-746-62(1)
SonicStage
Ver. 2.0
for Sony Network Walkman
Operating Instructions
© 2004 Sony Corporation

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    3-267-746-62(1) SonicStage Ver. 2.0 for Sony Network Walkman Operating Instructions © 2004 Sony Corporation...

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    • In no event will SONY be liable for any financial damage, or loss of profits, including claims made by third parties, arising out of the use of the software supplied with this player.

  • Page 3: Table Of Contents

    Table of contents What you can do with SonicStage ... 4 Basic operational flow using the Network Walkman ... 5 Installing ... 6 Providing the required system environment ... 6 System requirements ... 6 Installing the software onto your computer ... 7 Using SonicStage ...

  • Page 4: What You Can Do With Sonicstage

    What you can do with SonicStage SonicStage allows you to import audio data to your computer from music sources such as audio CDs and the Internet, and then transfer the audio data stored in your computer to the Network Walkman. Audio CD Music files in the Internet...

  • Page 5: Basic Operational Flow Using The Network Walkman

    Basic operational flow using the Network Walkman Providing the required system environment (page 6) Installing the software onto your computer (page 7) Importing audio data to your computer (page 8) Connecting the Network walkman to your computer (refer to the instruction manual of your Network Walkman) Transferring audio data from your computer (page 10) Listening to the tracks on the Network Walkman...

  • Page 6: Installing

    Installing Providing the required system environment System requirements The following system environment is required in order to use the SonicStage Ver. 2.0 for the Network Walkman. Computer IBM PC/AT or Compatible • CPU: Pentium II 400 MHz or higher (Pentium III 450 MHz or higher is recommended.) •...

  • Page 7: Installing The Software Onto Your Computer

    Installing the software onto your computer Before installing the software • Make sure to close any virus-check software, as such software usually demands a large amount of system resources. • When you use the Network Walkman, make sure to install the software with the supplied CD-ROM.

  • Page 8: Using Sonicstage

    Using SonicStage Importing audio data This section explains how to record and store audio data from an audio CD to My Library of SonicStage on the hard disk drive of your computer. You can record or import music from other sources such as the Internet and your computer’s hard disk.

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    If necessary, click If you unchecked a box by mistake, click it again to restore the check. To check all boxes, click To uncheck all boxes, click If necessary, change the format and bit rate for audio CD recording. When you click [Format/Bit Rate] on the right side of the screen, “CD Recording Format [My library]”...

  • Page 10: Transferring Audio Data From Your Computer To The Network Walkman

    Transferring audio data from your computer to the Network Walkman Audio data stored in My Library of SonicStage can be transferred to your Network Walkman an infinite number of times. The My Library list Connect your Network Walkman to the computer. After making the connections, “Network Walkman”...

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    If necessary, change the transfer mode. Click [Transfer Mode] in the middle of the screen to display “Transfer Mode Settings” dialog box (for Network Walkman) and select the transfer mode. Click Transfer of the tracks selected in step 3 begins. To stop transferring Click Notes...

  • Page 12: Transferring Back Audio Data From The Network Walkman To Your Computer

    Transferring back audio data from the Network Walkman to your computer The My Library list Transferring from the Network Walkman back to your computer Audio data that has been transferred from your computer to the Network Walkman can be transferred back to My Library of SonicStage on your computer. Connect your Network Walkman to the computer.

  • Page 13: Importing Tracks Recorded On The Network Walkman To Your

    In the Network Walkman list on the right side of the screen, click to select the tracks you want to transfer to your computer. Click The transferring of the tracks selected in step 3 starts. To stop transferring Click Note Tracks transferred to the Network Walkman from another computer cannot be transferred back to My Library on your computer.

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    Click The “Import” dialog box appears. Specify the transfer destination in the dialog box. To import tracks to a new album, select “Import to a new album” and enter the desired album name in the text box. To add the tracks to an existing album in My Library, select “Import to an existing album”...

  • Page 15: Using Sonicstage Help

    Using SonicStage Help SonicStage Help provides further details on how to use SonicStage. SonicStage Help allows you to search easily for information from a list of operations, such as “Importing Tracks” or “Transferring Tracks”, or from large list of keywords, or by typing in words that might lead you to the appropriate explanations.

  • Page 16: Understanding Sonicstage Help

    Understanding SonicStage Help The left side frame 1 Double click [Overview] in the left-side frame. 2 Click [About This Help File]. The explanation will appear in the right-side frame. 3 Read the text. Scroll the display if necessary. Click underlined words to jump to their explanations. Searching for a word inside an explanation [Search] “Type in the keyword...

  • Page 17: Referring To Sonicstage Help

    Referring to SonicStage Help Click [Contents] on the left side of the Help window to view a list of items for each operation. Click on any items for details. Importing audio data to the computer Import audio data from the Internet Import audio files on the computer in SonicStage...

  • Page 18: Backing Up Audio Data

    Backing up audio data We recommend that you back up your music data as a precaution against hard disk crashes or computer replacement. Back up audio data in My Library Look up about SonicStage backup Troubleshooting Look up troubleshooting procedure When you want to know Look up unknown words Look up the kinds of audio data...

  • Page 19: Other Information

    Other information Uninstalling SonicStage To uninstall SonicStage, follow the procedures below. Click [Start]–[Control Panel]*. [Settings]–[Control Panel] in the case of Windows 2000 Professional/Windows Millennium Edition/Windows 98 Second Edition Double-click [Add/Remove Programs]. Click [SonicStage 2.0.xx] in the “Currently Installed Programs” list, and then click [Change and Remove] Follow the displayed instruction and restart your computer.

  • Page 20: On Copyright Protection

    On copyright protection The OpenMG technology allows you to enjoy digital music, while maintaining the copyrights of its holders. SonicStage encrypts audio files in OpenMG format and stores them on the hard disk of your computer to prevent unauthorized distribution. Restrictions on audio content High-quality digital audio content is widely available through music distribution services on the Internet.

  • Page 21: Troubleshooting

    1 Check the symptoms in this “Troubleshooting” section. 2 Check the symptoms in SonicStage Help when you use SonicStage. 3 If the problem cannot be solved after checking the above references, check the following table and then consult your nearest Sony dealer. Computer • Manufacturer: •...

  • Page 22: The Software Cannot Be Installed Onto Your Computer

    The software cannot be installed onto your computer Problem The installation was not successful. The installation appears to have stopped before it has completed. The progress bar on the display is not moving. The access lamp has not lit for a few minutes. Cause/Remedy You are using an OS that does not support this software.

  • Page 23: Using The Network Walkman Connected To Your Computer

    Using the Network Walkman connected to your computer Problem The computer does not recognize your Network Walkman. Cause/Remedy The dedicated USB cable is disconnected. tConnect the dedicated USB cable. The driver file for the Network Walkman has not been installed. tInstall the SonicStage software for your Network Walkman using the supplied CD-ROM.

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