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
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
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
• Turn the "M (mute)" button "Off" for the con-
• 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.