A History of Audi The 1970s

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A history of Audi The 1970s

  • 1 Introductory concepts
    • Multitrack recording (general)
      • Tracking
      • Overdubbing
      • Punching
      • Mixdown
      • Mastering
    • Disk vs. tape recording
      • Multitrack tapes
      • Multitrack disks
      • The song
    • What do 16-bit and 24-bit mean?
    • Real and virtual tracks on the 788
      • Editing
        • Nondestructive editing on the 788
        • 788 editing
        • Undo and redo
      • Multi-take punch-ins on the 788
      • Instant location on the 788
      • Recording technique
    • Assignment
      • The 788 internal patchbay
      • Track bouncing
      • Quick setup and the assign screen
    • Synchronization and the 788
      • Timecode synchronization
      • Tempo map synchronization
      • Sync track recording
    • MIDI external control (MMC, etc.)
      • MIDI remote control
    • SCSI issues
      • SCSI connections
      • SCSI IDs
      • SCSI termination
      • SCSI devices and backing up
    • Further reading
  • 2 Getting started
    • Precautions, etc.
    • Shutting down the 788
    • Power-on
      • About the demonstration song
    • A few notes about this manual
      • Roadmap to this manual
        • 1 Introductory concepts (page 8)
        • 2 Getting started (page 19)
        • 3 Before recording (page 34)
        • 4 Mixer (page 41)
        • 5 Recorder operations (page 49)
        • 6 Location operations (page 60)
        • 7 Track editing (page 65)
        • 8 Mastering and backup (CD-R) (page 72)
        • 9 Effects (page 81)
        • 10 Routing and scene libraries (page 91)
        • 11 Synchronization (page 94)
        • 12 MMC and MIDI functions (page 101)
        • 13 Specifications, etc. (page 119)
    • Connecting other equipment to your 788
      • Additional connection notes
    • About the menus
      • Selecting multiple entries
      • The MENU key
      • Other control screens
      • Selecting parameters
      • Setting values
    • The home display
      • The time display
    • Entering and editing titles
      • CAPITAL
      • small
      • Numbers
      • Preset words and phrases.
      • Setting and editing preset words
    • The SONG menu
      • Creating a new song
      • Saving a song
      • Reverting to the previous saved version of a song
      • Loading a song
      • Erasing a song
      • Copying songs
      • Deleting unused space from a song
      • Protecting a song
    • DISK menu
      • Formatting a disk
      • Selecting a disk
      • Ejecting a disk
      • Checking disks
    • The OPTION menu
      • Global options
        • Key sense time
        • Meter peak hold time
        • Meter release time
      • Mixer settings
        • Fader settings
      • Recorder settings
      • USER WORD
  • 3 Before recording
    • Quick Setup
      • RECORDING
      • MIX DOWN
      • BOUNCE 7/8
    • Assignment on the 788
      • Assigning sources to mixer channels.
      • Removing assignments
      • Viewing assignments
      • Channel-to-track assignments
      • Track-to-channel assignments
      • Assigning inputs to the sub-mixer
      • Assigning the sub-mixer to stereo
    • Monitoring
      • If you dont hear anything
      • How to monitor tracks
      • Monitoring the recorded sounds (TRACK CUE)
      • Arming tracks and monitoring
      • More monitoring options
      • Monitoring in mono
  • 4 Mixer
    • Mixer features
    • Linking channels
      • To link two channels
      • Unlinking a pair of channels
      • Notes on linked channels
    • Basic operations
      • About the screens
    • Adjusting EQ
      • EQ and linked channels
      • Channel digital pad and gain
    • Send levels
    • Fader and pan
    • Internal and physical faders
    • Soloing
      • Turning off soloing
    • Stereo output
      • Stereo output selection
    • Sub-mixer
  • 5 Recorder operations
    • Basic transport controls
    • Playback
    • Setting the playback position
      • Return to zero (RTZ)
      • Last Recording Position (LRP)
      • Jog positioning
      • Fast forward and rewind
        • During playback
        • From the stop position
    • Repeat playback
      • Setting the IN and OUT points
        • Editing the IN and OUT points
      • Setting the time between repeats
    • Recording
      • Recording (ii)
      • Hands-free recording
      • Dropping out of record mode
      • Rehearsing recording
    • Assigning virtual tracks
    • Overdub recording
    • Auto punch operations
      • Setting the punch points
        • LAST REC
        • IN -> OUT
        • LAST TAKE LOAD
      • Checking the punch points
      • Rehearsing the punch
      • Recording the punch
      • Checking the take
      • After finishing the punch
      • If you change your mind
    • Varispeed operations (pitch and SSA)
      • Pitch
        • To use the set pitch
      • SSA (Slow Speed Audition)
        • To use the SSA
  • 6 Location operations
    • Direct location
      • Direct location (i)
      • Direct location (ii)
    • Location marks
      • Entering location marks
      • Active location marks
      • Giving a title to the active location mark
      • Deleting the active location mark
      • Editing the active mark
    • Using the location mark list
      • Locating using the list
      • Using the IN OUT and TO marks
      • Titling using the list
  • 7 Track editing
    • About track editing
      • IN, OUT and TO
      • Entering the edit mode
    • Track editing functions
      • Remember!
    • COPY -> PASTE
    • COPY -> INSERT
    • MOVE -> PASTE
    • MOVE -> INSERT
    • OPEN
    • CUT
    • SILENCE
    • CLONE TRACK
    • CLEAN OUT
    • UNDO and REDO
      • Undoing and redoing actions
      • An undo/redo example
  • 8 Mastering and backup (CD-R)
    • Connection
    • Notes regarding the handling of CD-R discs
    • Mixdown
      • Pre-mastering
        • Recording the pre-master
        • Exiting mastering
      • Checking the master
        • Exiting master checking
      • Trimming the master
    • Recording to CD-R
      • Recording to CD-R (track recording)
      • Finalizing the disc
      • Recording to CD-R (multiple tracks)
      • Playing back CDs using the 788
    • Backup using CD-R
      • Backing up a song
      • Restoring data from CD-R
  • 9 Effects
    • EFFECT 1
    • EFFECT 2
    • Setting up EFFECT 1
      • Using EFFECT 1 as a multi-effect processor
      • Using EFFECT 1 as a single stereo effect processor in the effect loop
    • Setting up EFFECT 2
      • Using EFFECT 2 as a multi-channel dynamics processor
      • Using EFFECT 2 as a stereo dynamics processor
      • Using EFFECT 2 as a single stereo effect processor in the AUX effect loop
    • Send levels, etc.
      • Pre- and post-fader sends explained
      • Changing between pre-fader and post-fader settings
    • Selecting the type of effect
      • Multi-effect processor preset settings
      • Single stereo effect processor settings
      • Dynamics processor
    • Making settings
    • Using the user libraries
      • Storing an effect in the library
      • Recalling a user setting from the library
    • Parameter details
      • Multi-effect processor settings
        • Compressor
        • Distortion
        • Noise gate
        • Flanger
        • Exciter
        • Pitch shifter
        • Chorus
        • Reverberation
        • Delay
        • Parametric EQ
        • De-esser
      • Single stereo effect settings
        • REVERB
        • DELAY
        • CHORUS
        • PITCH SHIFTER
        • FLANGER
        • PHASER
        • REVERB + GATE
      • Dynamics processor
  • 10 Routing and scene libraries
    • Routing libraries
      • Saving the current routing settings to the library
      • Loading routing settings from the library
    • Scene libraries
      • Saving a scene to the library
      • Loading scenes from the library
      • Other matters concerning scenes
  • 11 Synchronization
    • Master or slave?
    • How to measure time?
    • Synchronization methods
      • MIDI Time Code (MTC)
      • MIDI clock
      • MIDI Song Position Pointer (SPP):
      • Synchronization settings on the 788
        • MTC
        • syncTrk (sync track)
        • Tempo Map
    • Making synchronization settings
      • Synchronization master/slave setting on the 788
      • Selecting the master synchronization type
        • OFF
        • MTC
        • CLOCK
        • SycTRK
      • MIDI Timecode frame rate
      • MIDI Timecode offset (788 as slave only)
    • Sync track
      • Recording the sync track
      • Using the sync track
    • Tempo map
      • Entering and editing the tempo map
        • BAR
        • SIG
        • Tempo
      • Using the tempo map
    • Using MTC to control a sequencer
    • Metronome
      • OUTPUT
      • MODE
      • INT LEVEL
      • CH
      • ACC. NOTE
      • (ACC.) VELO
      • NORM. NOTE
      • (NORM.) VELO
  • 12 MMC and MIDI functions
    • MIDI Machine Control
      • 788 MMC slave/master setting
      • MMC ID
      • Bit-map array of MMC commands
      • Bit-map array of Response/Information fields
    • Program Change messages
      • Enabling/disabling Program Change
    • Control Change messages
      • Enabling/disabling Control Change messages
      • Mixer Control Change
      • Effect Control Change messages
      • NRPN values for multi-channel and stereo dynamics processors
      • NRPN values for single stereo effects
      • NRPN values for distortion multi-effect processor settings (1)
      • NRPN values for clean multi-effect processors (2)
      • NRPN values for multi-effect processor (3)
  • 13 Specifications, etc.
    • Dimensional drawing
    • Specifications
      • Physical and electrical specifications
      • Digital recorder specifications
      • Mass storage
      • Analog audio I/O
      • Audio specifications
    • Error messages, etc.
    • MIDI Implementation Chart
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