This turns the power of the D1600 on/off. When
the D1600 is in standby mode, pressing the
[POWER] key will turn on the power. If the D1600
is operating, pressing and holding the [POWER]
key for a while and then shutting down will cause
it to enter standby mode. ( p.17)
10 HDD/CD access indicator
This indicator will light when the internal hard
disk is being accessed for recording or playback, or
when the internal CD-R/RW drive is operating.
Never move the D1600 or apply physical shock to
it when this HDD/CD access indicator is lit.
11 MIDI indicator
This indicator will light when MIDI messages are
received from the MIDI IN connector.
12 [INPUT/TUNER] key
This key is used to select the mixer channel to
which the audio signal from each input jack will be
sent. ( p.23)
This is also used when adjusting the EQ (for
recording) that is applied to the analog inputs.
In addition, this key is used to access the tuner.
13 [EQ/PHASE] key
This key is used to specify the EQ (for track play-
back) and phase of each channel. ( p.37, 104)
These settings can be paired, and registered in
14 [INSERT EFFECT] key
This key is used to select the location of an insert
effect, to select the effect type, and to select and edit
effect programs. ( p.43, 105)
These settings can be registered in a scene.
15 [MASTER EFFECT/AUX] key
This key is used to select and edit effect programs
for master effects 1 and 2, and to set the send levels
from each channel to the master effects. In addi-
tion, it is used to set the send amount to an external
effect, and to select and edit effect programs for the
ﬁnal effects. ( p.45, 107)
These settings can be registered in a scene. The
send settings can be paired.
16 [SOLO/MONITOR] key
This key is used to solo an individual channel,
send, or return. It is also used to select an audio
source for monitoring. ( p.109)
When solo is on, the LED will blink.
17 [METER/TRACK VIEW] key
This key is used to display volume data (level
meters) during recording and playback, and to
view audio event data in each track (track view).
18 [SYSTEM] key
This key is used to make foot switch and MIDI-
related settings, to manage data on disk, and to
backup or restore data. ( p.75)
19 [RECORD] key
Press this key to make recorder settings such as
selecting the recording source or the bounce
recording method etc. ( p.80)
20 [TRACK] key
This key is used to select the virtual track for each
track, to perform track editing operations such as
copy or delete, and when importing or exporting
WAV ﬁles. ( p.81)
21 [SONG/CD] key
Press this key to create a new song, rename/select
a song, perform a song editing operation such as
copy or move, perform program playback of songs,
or produce an audio CD (a CD-R/RW drive is
required). ( p.88)
22 [STORE] key
Press this key to register the time location for a
locate point, a mark, or a scene. ( p.35, 92)
23 [MARK] key
Register the desired time location in a song as a
Mark, so that the registered time can be recalled
It is also used to edit marks by renaming or delet-
ing them etc. ( p.36, 92)
24 [SCENE] key
This key is used to register [CHANNEL] fader,
[PAN] knob, EQ or effect send settings as a scene at
the speciﬁed time location in a song. If the Scene
Read setting is on during playback, the registered
scenes will be selected automatically at the corre-
sponding times. Scenes can also be sorted,
renamed, or deleted. ( p.39, 92)
This key will light when Scene Read is "On."
25 [TEMPO/RHYTHM] key
This key is used to set the tempo for a song, create a
tempo map, and turn the rhythm function on/off.
( p.61, 95)
This key will light when the Rhythm function is on.
26 [IN/LOC1] key, [OUT/LOC2] key, [TO/LOC3] key,
These keys are used to register a desired time loca-
tion within a song, or to instantly jump to a regis-
tered time location.
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.