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Korg D1600 Owner's Manual: Using The Internal Cd-r/rw Drive

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Inserting a disc
Make sure that the power of the D1600 is turned on.
1 Open the disc tray
Press the eject button of the internal CD-R/RW
drive, and the disc tray will open.
2 Insert the disc
With the label of the disc facing upward, place it in
the disc tray.
3 Close the disc tray.
Press the eject button of the internal CD-R/RW
drive to close the disc tray.
If the D1600 does not recognize the disc, reinstall
the internal CD-R/RW drive as described in
"Installing the internal CD-R/RW drive."
Removing a disc
1 Press the eject button, and the disc tray will open.
2 Gently remove the disc from the disc tray.
3 Manually press the disc tray in until it is com-
pletely closed.
Emergency removal of the disc
Normally you can use the above procedure to remove
and insert the disc. However if a problem (such as
power failure) occurs and the disc cannot be removed,
you can use the following method to remove the disc.
Please be aware that excessive use of this method
may cause the CDRW-2 to malfunction.
This procedure must be performed with the power
off.
To use this method, you will need a pin-like object
of less than 2 mm diameter, such as a straightened
paper clip. Insert this "pin" straight into the man-
ual eject hole, and press. The disc tray will be
forced open.

3. Using the internal CD-R/RW drive

The procedure for backup/restore using the internal
CD-R/RW drive is the same as for backup/restore on
an external drive. ( p.65)
For the procedure of using the internal CD-R/RW drive
to create an audio CD, refer to "Step 9. Mixdown"
( p.49).
When using the internal CD-R/RW drive, you
must be sure that the D1600 is placed on a level
surface that does not vibrate.
Listening to an audio CD
Here's how to listen to an audio CD with the L channel
of the CD assigned to mixer channel 1 and the R chan-
nel assigned to mixer channel 2.
1 Insert an audio CD into the internal CD-R/RW
drive.
Press the eject button of the internal CD-R/RW
drive to open the tray, and insert the audio CD.
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2 Assign the audio output of the internal CD-R/RW
drive to mixer channels 1 and 2.
Select the [INPUT] "Ch1–8" tab page. Select the
"Ch1" icon, and rotate the [VALUE] dial to select
"CD L." Select the "Ch2" icon, and rotate the
[VALUE] dial to select "CD R."
3 Play back the disc.
Select the [SONG] "CDR/RW" tab page. Use the
cursor to select the Play key of the CD-R/RW
transport keys, and press the [ENTER] key. The
sound of the internal CD-R/RW drive will be
heard via the mixer channels.
Playing/recording the sound from an audio CD
Here's how to assign the L channel of a CD to mixer
channel 1, the R channel to mixer channel 2, and record
the sound.
* The audio of the internal CD-R/RW drive is con-
nected as an analog signal.
1 Insert an audio CD into the internal CD-R/RW
drive.
As explained in the preceding section "Listening to
an audio CD," assign the sound from the audio CD
to the mixer channels.
2 Specify the recording tracks.
Press the [TRACK STATUS] keys of tracks 1 and 2
to put them in REC mode (red LED).
3 Verify the recording mode.
Select the [RECORD] "RecMode" tab page. Set
"SelectRecMode" to "Input."
4 Enter record-ready mode.
Press the [REC] key.
5 Begin recording.
Press the [PLAY] key.
6 Stop recording.
When you have finished recording, press the
[STOP] key.
When you finish recording, verify that the sound
was recorded correctly.
The beginning of recording on the D1600 is not
synchronized with the playback of the CD on the
internal CD-R/RW drive. If you wish to start
recording from the beginning of a CD song, use
Trigger Recording. ( p.31)

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