When making a recording, you can choose either
automatic or manual marking. This feature operates
somewhat differently for analog and digital signals. See
below for details.
Press M-MARK on the remote repeatedly to select
automatic (MANUAL indicator out) or manual
(MANUAL indicator lit) marking.
When recording analog signals
Auto : Track numbers are written in synchronization
with the input level of the signal being recorded. During
recording, if no sound is detected for more than 1.5
seconds, the recorder interprets this to be a gap between
two tracks. When the source signal is detected again, a
track number is automatically written.
Manual : One track number is written automatically
when you start recording, but none are written during
recording. To mark a track number, press M-MARK at
the desired position while recording.
When using manual marking, the marks must be set at least 4
When recording digital signals
Track numbers are written in the same positions as the
original source (CD, etc.) with either automatic or manual
To add additional track numbers, set M-MARK to
MANUAL and press M-MARK at the desired position
• When recording is paused, the portion recorded up to the
pause is counted as an individual track. When recording is
resumed, a new track number is created.
• During synchronized recording, manual track marking is
Using the Fade-in and Fade-out
When making recordings, it is possible to fade-in at the
beginning of a recording and fade-out at the end of a
recording. This function is useful for custom recording
of songs and other material.
Fading in to a recording
Press REC (REC ‡ on the remote) in step 5 of the
recording procedure described on pages 12 and 13.
"Fade in" is displayed and recording begins with a 10 second
fade-in. (During the fade-in, the volume of the source being
recorded is gradually increased to the set recording level.)
Fading out of a recording
Press REC (REC ‡ on the remote) while making
"Fade out" is displayed and a 10 second fade-out is performed.
Following the fade-out, this unit is set to the record pause
mode. (During the fade-out, the volume of the source being
recorded is gradually decreased to the minimum level.)