BR-1600CD

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Q.What kind of effect is Speaker Modeling?

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Speaker Modeling is a function that simulates the tonal ・・・

Q.I've used my VS- / BR-series recorder to create an audio CD of one of my songs. Can I write additional songs to this disc? Once I have multiple songs on a disc, can I delete only a single song?

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The VS- and BR-series recorders offer two methods for creating ・・・

Q.Is the BR-1600CD equipped with a phantom power supply on the mic input jacks?

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Yes, the BR-1600CD is equipped with the a phantom power supply ・・・

Q.Does the BR-1600CD provide MIDI Clock and MTC?

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Yes. The BR-1600CD can generate either MIDI Clock or MIDI Time ・・・

Q.Can I synchronize two BR-series units via MIDI?

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No, you can't synchronize two BR-series units to each other ・・・

Q.On a BR-1180 / BR-1180CD / BR-1600CD, how many Undo steps can I perform?

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On a BR-1180 / BR-1180CD / BR-1600CD, you can perform the Undo ・・・

Q.I'd like to edit a song on my BR-series unit. However, I'd like to keep the original version of the song, and save the newly edited version as a new song file with a different name (similar to using the "Save As" command on a computer). Can this be done?

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A BR-series unit does not have a "Save As" function as found ・・・

Q.On my BR-series unit, I've created two songs: Song No 1 and Song No 2. I erase Song No 1. Next, I create a new song, and it's automatically numbered as Song No 3. Since Song No 1 has been erased, why isn't the new song named Song No 1?

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A BR-series unit automatically assigns a new, unique number to ・・・

Q.The last time I powered off my BR-series unit, I had the phantom power switched on. However, when I power the unit back on, the phantom power is now switched off. Why is this?

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To prevent damage possible damage when you connect a dynamic ・・・

Q.I've created an audio CD of music I've recorded on the BR-1180 / BR-1180CD. However, the sound is less powerful than the sound I hear on commercial pop music CDs. How can I make my recordings sound more powerful?

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Most commercially released music undergoes a process called ・・・

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