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5. PLAYBACK
To play back the recorded material, press the
PARAMETER key to enter the playback standby
mode. The LCD will display the "PLAY" message.
T o a c t u a l l y p l a y t h e r e c o r d i n g , p r e s s t h e
PARAMETER INCREMENT/DECREMENT key. The
recorded material will be played each time the
PARAMETER INCREMENT/DECREMENT key is
pressed.
To program a specific segment of the recording to be
played back in the FREEZE A program, set the START
and END parameters to appropriate values (0 ~ 500).
The example below depicts how the START and END
parameters affect output.
START/END POINTS
Playback can also be triggered by a footswitch con-
nected to the front-panel MEMORY/FOOT TRIGGER
jack when the FOOT TRIGGER key is pressed and its
LED is ON. A MIDI keyboard connected to the MIDI IN
terminal can also be used to trigger playback — simply
play a note on the keyboard.
PLAYBACK SIGNAL
" G O O D L U C K "
" O O D L U C K "
" L U C K "
" O D L U "
" L U C K G O O D "
Another way to trigger playback is to use the Input Trig-
ger Parameter. Select the Input Trigger Parameter and
press the parameter Increment key to enter the stand-
by mode. Playback will be automatically triggered when
the input signal exceeds nominal level.
The FREEZE B program PITCH and FINE parameters
function identically to those in the PITCH CHANGE pro-
gram to change the pitch of the playback signal.
Playback start and stop can be triggered by the
PARAMETER INCREMENT/DECREMENT keys, foot
switch or via a MIDI keyboard connected to the MIDI
IN connector. With the FREEZE B program, playing a
key on the MIDI keyboard produces the corresponding
pitch change in the playback output, and triggers
playback.
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