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Procedure for copying to a V-track
Here's how V-track "a" (=currently selected) of track 1
can be copied to V-track "b" of track 1.
1 Verify the copy destination.
In the [TRACK] "Vtr1–8" tab page, make sure that
track 1 V-track "b" is blank or is a track that may be
erased (overwritten). After you verify this, you
must return the setting to "a." ( p.81)
2 Select the Copy Whole command.
In the [TRACK] "EditTrk" tab page, set "EditType"
to "CopyWholeTrack."
3 Select the copy source track number.
Set "SourceTrack" to track 1.
4 Select the copy destination track number.
Set "DestTrack" to track 1.
5 Select the copy destination V-track.
Set "DestVTrack" to V-track "b."
6 Execute the editing command.
Press the "Exec." button. The display will ask
"AreYouSure?," so press the "Yes" button to exe-
cute the command.
When processing is completed, the display will
indicate "Completed." Press the "OK" button.
7 In the [TRACK] "Vtr1–8" tab page, select V-track
"b" for track 1.
8 Verify that the data was copied correctly.
Play back from the beginning of the song, and ver-
ify that the data was copied correctly.
You can use Undo to return to the state before exe-
cuting the command. ( p.99)
In this case, you must return track 1 to V-track "a."
Exchanging entire tracks/V-tracks: Swap
Whole Track
This command exchanges (swaps) the data of an entire
recorded track (from beginning to end) with the data of
another entire track.
• Not only individual tracks, but multiple tracks can
be swapped simultaneously.
This command can be used in ways such as the follow-
ing.
• Recorded tracks can have their numbers re-ordered
by type.
• Data that is scattered across different V-tracks can be
rearranged into V-track "a" etc.
Procedure for exchanging an entire track
Here's how track 1 can be exchanged with the currently
selected V-track "a" of track 2.
1 Select the Swap Whole command.
In the [TRACK] "EditTrk" tab page, set "EditType"
to "SwapWholeTrack."
SourceTrack
DestTrack DestVTrack
2 Select the swap source track number.
Set "SourceTrack" to track 1.
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3 Select the swap destination track number.
Set "DestTrack" to track 2.
4 Select the swap destination V-track.
Set "DestVTrack" to V-track "a."
5 Execute the editing command.
Press the "Exec." button. The display will ask
"AreYouSure?," so press the "Yes" button to exe-
cute the command.
When processing is completed, the display will
indicate "Completed." Press the "OK" button.
6 Verify that the data was exchanged correctly.
Play back from the beginning of the song, and ver-
ify that the data was exchanged correctly.
You can use Undo to return to the state before exe-
cuting the command. ( p.99)
Procedure for exchanging with a V-track
Here's how currently selected V-track "a" of track 1 can
be exchanged with V-track "b" of track 1.
1 Verify the copy destination.
In the [TRACK] "Vtr1–8" tab page, make sure that
track 1 V-track "b" is the track that you wish to
exchange. After you verify this, you must return
the setting to "a." ( p.81)
2 Select the Swap Whole command.
In the [TRACK] "EditTrk" tab page, set "EditType"
to "SwapWholeTrack."
3 Select the swap source track number.
Set "SourceTrack" to track 1.
4 Select the swap destination track number.
Set "DestTrack" to track 1.
5 Select the swap destination V-track.
Set "DestVTrack" to V-track "b."
6 Execute the editing command.
Press the "Exec." button. The display will ask
"AreYouSure?," so press the "Yes" button to exe-
cute the command.
When processing is completed, the display will
indicate "Completed." Press the "OK" button.
7 In the [TRACK] "Vtr1–8" tab page, select V-track
"b" for track 1.
8 Verify that the data was exchanged correctly.
Play back from the beginning of the song, and ver-
ify that the data was exchanged correctly.
You can use Undo to return to the state before exe-
cuting the command. ( p.99)
In this case, you must return track 1 to V-track "a."
Fading-in/fading-out: Fade Track
This command fades-in or fades-out the specified
region (IN–OUT) of recorded track data. By using fade-
in and fade-out in conjunction with each other, you can
create cross-fades.
• You can fade-in or fade-out the IN–OUT region.
• Not only a single track, but multiple tracks of data
can be faded in or out simultaneously.

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