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RecordingYour Own Program
You
can record
the program
you've
created
on a tape,
etc. The
program
can contain
up
to 32 tracks.
By
inserting
a pause
during
programming,
you can
divide
the
program
into two
for recording
on both
sides
of
a
tape.
PROGRAM
DISC1 - 5
[_>
II
Number buttons
>10
1
Create
your
program
(for side
A
when
recording
on a
tape)
while
checking
the
total playing
time
indicated
in
the
display.
Follow
Steps
I to 4 in
"Creating
Your Own
Program"
on page
11.
The
_
indication
appears
in the
display.
2
3
When
you
record
on
both
sides
of the
tape,
press
I I to insert
a pause.
The
'T"
and
_
indications
appear
in the
display
and
the
playing
time
is reset
to
"0.00."
When
you
record
on one
side of the tape,
skip
this
step
and go to Step 4.
A pauseis countedas one track
You
can
program up
to 31 tracks when you insert a
pause.
Repeat
Steps 2 to 4
in "Creat_g
Your Own
Program"
on
l_ge
11
to
create
the
program
for
side
B.
4
Start recording
on
the
deck
and
then
press
D> on
the
player.
When you record on both sides of
the tape,
the player
pauses
at
the
end of the program
for side A.
5
When
you record
on side
B, reverse
the
tape
and
press
[_
or II on the player
to resume
playing.
"_
You
checkthe total playingtime while
can
programming (Program Edit)
To
select
a track,
press
_
or
_
and
check
the
total
playing
time. Then
press PROGRAM
to
confirm
your
selection.
"_"
TOcheckand
change
your program
Seepage12.
The
_
indication
appears while checking the
program
/.or
side A
and
_
while
checking
the
program for side
B.
Recording a CD by Specifying
Tape Length (Time Edit)
(except for CDP-C450Z,
CDP-C350Z and CDP-C250Z)
You can have
the
player
create a program
that will
fit
the length
of the tape.
The
player
automatically
creates
a program,
keeping
the
original
order of
the
disc.
The
program
can contain
up to 32
tracks
(a
pause
inserted
between
tracks
is
counted
as one track).
Note
that tra(Scs
numbered
over 20 cannot
be
programmed
automatically.
EDIT/TIME
FADE
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1
Press
DISC SKIP to select
the
disc.
2
Press EDIT/TIME
FADE
repeatedly
before
you
start
playing
until
"EDIT"
appears
and
"A"
in the
• ___
indication
flashes
in the
display.
3
Press
_
or
DI>Gto specify
the tape
length.
Each time
you
press
these
buttons,
the
display
changes
as
shown
below,
with the tape length
of
one side following
each
indication.
C-46
*--b
C-54
_
C-60
*-*
C-74
*-*
C-90
_--*
- -. - - ---]
f
(23"00)
(27'00)
(30"00)
(37"00)
145"00)
/
4
Press EDIT/TIME
FADE
to
have
the
player
create
the program.
The display
shows
the tracks
to
be
recorded.
"B" in
the
_
indication
flashes
in the
display.
5
6
When
you
record
on
both
sides
of
the
tape, press
EDIT/TIME
FADE
again.
The player
inserts
a
pause,
tl3en creates
the
program
for side B. The display
shows
the
programmed
tzacks.
When
you
record
on one side of
the
tape,
skip
this
step.
Start recording
on
the
deck and
then
press
[_
on
the
player.
:'-
When
you
record on
both
sides
of
the
tape,
the
player
pauseTat
the
end of
the
program
for side A.
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