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â It is possible to take the original sound recorded on the tape in your recorder and mix it with other sounds from a microphone, CD player etc. To perform this audio dubbing with audio mixing, connect as in the diagram on page 46. â Your recorder enters the Audio Dubbing Pause mode. (" " blinks, " " and " " light up on the front display panel.) â To perform audio dubbing with audio mixing, press AUDIO on the remote control to select "HIFI L R" or "L R" at this point. When using the DV deck as the recording deck, also make sure that "12BIT MODE" is set to "SOUND1" ( pg. 35). * Audio dubbing with audio mixing is not possible if you're using a monaural audio component, or if you don't have an audio mixer.
Engage the audio component's Play mode, then press PLAY to start the tape in your recorder. Audio dubbing begins at this point. deck, set "12BIT MODE" to "SOUND2". ( pg. 35) â " " blinks and " " is displayed on the front display panel. â To stop dubbing temporarily, press PAUSE. Press PLAY to resume dubbing.
â When monitoring the audio-dubbed sound on the DV
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Press STOP to stop the tape in your recorder, and engage the audio component's Stop mode.
â Once the Audio Dubbing starts, you can not use the other deck. â When monitoring the sound during Audio Dubbing, the normal soundtrack is automatically selected. If you wish to hear the mixed sound (Hi-Fi + Normal soundtracks), press AUDIO on the remote control to select "HIFI NORM" (VHS deck only pg. 34). â Audio dubbing stops automatically when the counter reaches "0:00:00", and the recorder enters the Play mode (VHS deck only). Check the counter reading before dubbing. â Audio dubbing is also possible using the rear panel AV1 (L-1) IN/OUT or AV2 (L-2) IN/DECODER connector. When using these connectors, make sure to select the correct input mode in step 3. â Audio dubbing cannot be performed on a VHS/S-VHS cassette that has had its record safety tab removed, or on a Mini DV cassette that has had its erase protection switch set to "SAVE". â When playing back an audio-dubbed tape on the VHS deck, press AUDIO on the remote control to select the soundtrack you wish to hear ( pg. 34). When playing back an audiodubbed Mini DV tape on the DV deck, set "12BIT MODE" to "SOUND2" ( pg. 35). â Audio dubbing is not possible using the DV IN/OUT connector.