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Track Erase; Part Erase; Display - Yamaha MDX-596 Owner's Manual

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Track Erase

This operation lets you erase a single track as well as
corresponding title data. After you erase the track, the
total number of tracks decreases by one and all tracks
following that track are renumbered.
Example: Erasing track 3
1
2
Before
A
B
erasing
1
2
After
A
B
erasing
1
Turn the jog dial to select the track you want
to erase.
2
Press EDIT repeatedly to display "Erase ?",
then press ENTER.
"(track number) Erase OK?" appears in the display.
3
Press ENTER again.
The track is erased and "Complete" appears momentarily.
If you plan to erase two or more tracks
To avoid confusion you should always erase from higher track
numbers to lower track numbers. This prevents accidental
renumbering of tracks you plan to erase.
18
3
4
5
6
C
D
E
3
4
5
6
D
E
F

Part Erase

This operation lets you erase part of a track.
Erase
1
Before
A
erasing
1
2
After
A1
A2
erasing
1
Play the track containing the part you want to
erase.
2
Use SEARCH ! or ⁄ to locate the
beginning of the part you want to erase (point
A), then press #/* to pause at that point.
3
Press EDIT repeatedly to display "A–B
Erase?", then press ENTER.
Point A (from step 2) is registered and "Erase A–_"
appears in the display.
4
Use #/* and SEARCH ⁄ to locate the end
of the part you want to erase (point B).
5
Press ENTER to register point B.
"Check" appears momentarily in the display, and two
second segments of the track immediately before point A
and after point B play repeatedly. "Erase A–B?" appears
in the display.
To adjust points A and B
Pressing EDIT repeatedly displays "+ A Point =" and
"+ B Point =" alternately. Adjust the selected point by
turning the jog dial in the direction you want to move the
point.
Each point can be adjusted up to 2 seconds (176 steps) in
either direction.
6
Press ENTER again.
The part is erased and "Complete" appears momentarily.
To erase parts spanning more than one track
Use the COMBINE function described next to combine
the tracks into one track before performing this
operation.
Notes
• After part erase, a new track number is automatically
assigned to the section starting after point B.
• Point B cannot be positioned before point A.
2
3
B
C
3
4
B
C

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