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Before you begin This chapter explains preparations you need to make before using the AW, such as checking the included items and installing options. Checking the included items Please make sure that the package contains the fol- lowing items. If any items are missing, please contact your dealer.

Before you begin Installing an internal hard disk You must install a hard disk in the AW before using it. If you attempt to use the AW without installing a hard disk, the recorder section and mixer section will fail to operate correctly, and the AW will be damaged as well.

Using longer screws may damage the interior of the unit, or may cause elec- trical shock. Before you begin Align the fastening screw-holes on the bot- tom of the CD-RW drive with the screw- holes in the AW, and using a screw- driver and the included screws, fasten it in four locations.

Re-attach the CD-RW drive cover and the bottom panel that you removed in step 4. Eject Hall Insert a pin-like object 2 mm or less in diameter. Please observe the following points This section explains how to turn the power of the AW on and off, and how to set the internal clock. Turning the power on When turning on the power of a system that includes the AW, each device must be turned on in the following order.

The names of controllers keys and knobs etc.

The selected key will light. When the hard disk is being read or written, this indicator will light. Never turn off the power of the AW when the access indicator is lit. Doing so will not only damage the data on the internal hard disk, but may also dam- age the hard disk itself.


By using automix, operations of mix parameters such as the faders and [ON] keys can be recorded in realtime. Each time you press this key, you will switch between 8X speed and 16X speed rewinding. Macintosh for use with MIDI application pro- grams. For details on installing a CD-RW drive, refer to page 4. Front panel Operation section The AW is an audio workstation that combines a digital mixer, hard disk recorder, and multi-effect unit.

As you can see from this dia- gram, the AW is divided into input patch, output patch, mixer, recorder, and CD-RW drive option sec- tions. How- ever, the input signal assignment can be changed in the input patch section, allowing these to be used as additional input channels. Oscillator The AW contains an oscillator that allows you to select either sine wave Hz, 1 kHz, 10 kHz or white noise. The oscillator signal can be sent to buses 1—8, AUX buses 1—6, or the stereo bus.

Currently- on buttons are highlighted as white text on a black background, and currently-off buttons are displayed as black text on a white background. Using the additional function buttons When a symbol is shown in the lower left of the display, you can press and hold the [SHIFT] key to access new buttons in the bottom of the display, and use various additional functions.


The following table shows how the parameters con- trolled by faders 1—8 will change depending on the fader mode. AW the AW itself your monitor sys- tem. When you turn on the power of the AW, the song that was used most recently will be loaded automatically. Use the Fs and Recbit buttons to select the sampling frequency and number of quanti- zation bits for the newly created song. If you are digitally connecting an external device such as a digital MTR or sampler to the AW, select the word clock master as described below.

The procedure described below assumes that the AW is in the default state. Track 2 Stereo bus Tip! However in this example we want to send the Applying the equalizer to the input signal The AW provides 4-band full-parametric EQ on all channels. Recording Now we will record the bass sound on track 3. In the Locate section, press the [ The counter in the display will rewind to the zero location Locate the song to a point ahead of where you will punch-in.

The PLAY [ ] key will light, and playback will begin from the pre-roll point. When you reach the auto punch-in point, the REC [ ] key will begin blinking, and the sig- nal being monitored for the track you selected in step 3 will switch from the track playback sound to the input signal the For example when you are recording a solo part on Channels that are registered in the same fader group can be controlled together by operating just one of the faders.

Press the [EQ] key [F3] key. By pressing the [SOLO] key on the top panel and then pressing the [ON] key for a desired channel, you can monitor that channel by itself.

The following signals can be assigned to each channel. With the default settings of an AW song, the bus 1—8 signals are assigned to recorder inputs 1—16 as shown in the diagram below.

Move the cursor to the RTN. The following types of jack can be selected. By using this function, you can quickly record each instrument on its own track without changing the INPUT jack connections. When you execute Quick Rec, the internal set- tings of the AW will change as follows. This method is used when you want several channels to share an effect such as reverb or delay. The row enclosed by the dotted frame is the cur- rently selected effect program.

When you select an effect program, the effect type used by that program will be displayed at the right of the list. Here you can select either pre-fader or post-fader as the point from which the signal will be output from each channel to AUX bus 5 and sent to Change the patching With the default settings of the AW, AUX bus 6 is patched to the input of effect 2, and the output of effect 2 is patched to return channel 2.

In this popup window you can use the following four buttons to select the to insert effect. Using the internal effects Applying effects while you record If mznual have inserted an internal effect into an input channel, the input source processed by the effect can be recorded on a track. Here we will explain how to insert effect 1 into input channel 1, and record the processed sound directly onto track 3. Adjusting the effect parameters You can freely edit the parameters of the effect pro- grams built into the AW to create the sound you want.

You can also save an edited program in the effect library. Saving an effect program Up to 86 different effect programs that you edited can be stored saved in vacant locations of the effect library, and manua, later.

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Searching for a point while viewing The AW lets you view the recorded contents of a track as a waveform while you search for a desired location or set marker or locate points.


This is called the Roll- back function. This is convenient when you would like to record from a point slightly earlier than the cur- rent location, or when you want to hear a passage once again during playback.

For example this is convenient when you want to repeat- edly play back a certain region of the song while you adjust the manuql. The point to which the [RTZ] key will locate will depend on the counter display unit time, time code, measures or display method absolute time or relative You can set the following locate points. Using markers to locate The AW allows you to assign up to 99 markers at desired points in a song. You can use the [ keys to locate to these markers. Setting a marker Move the song mankal the point mxnual you want to set a marker.

On the AW, you can change the time code that corresponds to aw28166 beginning of the song Time Code Top. A locate point or marker can be deleted either in the screen or by using key opera- tions. Editing tracks and virtual tracks Audio data recorded mwnual the AW can be edited in a variety of ways by copying between tracks, moving data to manuql different location within the same track, or by changing its pitch.

TR Edit page, you can select one of three units by which the data will be edited. Tracks The entire selected track 1—16 or virtual track 1—8 will be the object of editing.

Naming a track or region When something is recorded on a track, a default name is assigned to that virtual track and region as fol- lows. Editing tracks and virtual tracks Use the character palette to input the new track name. A track name of up to sixteen characters can be input. For details on inputting characters, refer to page Editing the audio data of tracks 1—16 This section explains how to use the TR Edit page to edit the audio of tracks 1—16 in units of entire tracks, or in units of individual parts or regions.

A2816 to the editing command that you selected, various buttons for setting the parame- ters of that command will appear. Also, the parameter setting area in the lower part of the display will show the settings of the parameter currently selected by the cursor.

The editing commands of the PART menu will be listed. However even in this aw286, you can use the Wave Display window or markers and locate points to specify the editing location in more detail.

If you want to select a different editing command, move the cursor to the highlighted edit command but- ton, and press the [ENTER] key.

The parameter setting area will show the name of the currently selected region, and the starting location FROM and ending located TO of that region. Editing tracks and virtual tracks Editing the audio data of virtual tracks 1—8 This section explains how to use the V. TR Edit page to edit the audio of virtual tracks 1—8 in units of entire tracks, or in units of individual parts or regions.

The editing command you selected in step 4 will be executed. When processing is completed, you will return to the state of step 1. None of the commands can be cancelled while processing is taking place. Doing so can damage the internal hard disk, and cause all data to be lost forever.

The following pages describe the commands and parame- ters that can be selected from the PART menu. Subsequent audio data will be moved backward according to the length of the silent data that was inserted.