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Korg D1600 Owner's Manual: Recording To A Master Tape; Using The Sub Inputs

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2. Recording to a master tape

1 Listen to the completed song.
Use the faders and knobs to adjust the volume and
pan of each track, then listen to the playback.
2 Connect your external recording device.
Refer to "Connections for mixdown" ( p.18).
3 Record on your external recording device.
• Playback the D1600 song, and adjust the record-
ing level on your external recorder.
• Begin recording on your external recording
device, and playback the D1600.
You can also use the Program Playback function to
play back songs consecutively in the desired order
( p.33).

3. Using the sub inputs

You can use any of the analog inputs ([INPUT 1]–
[INPUT 8/GUITAR IN]) as a sub input to send the
audio directly to the master bus.
• If you have synchronized a sequencer to the com-
pleted song, you can use this to input the sequenced
sounds via the sub inputs.
• You can use this to add the return audio from an
external effect processor connected to the [AUX
OUT] jack.
1 Connect the external audio source to the analog
Input the external source to [INPUT 1]–[INPUT 8/
2 Make sub input settings.
• Select the [INPUT] "Ch1–8" or "Ch9–16" tab
• Press the "SubIn" button to access the sub input
setting screen.
• Turn the "M (mute)" button "Off" for the con-
nected input.
• Select the "Fader" icon and rotate the [VALUE]
dial to raise the value so that the audio signal
will be input.
• If the input is mono, press the "Stereo/Mono"
button to select "Mono" so that the audio will
be sent to both L and R buses.


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