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Tascam dpo2 not burning a cd

I just bought a tascam dpo2 and i recorded a voice through the a mic. I then wanted to burn it on a cd, so i clicked the master button, and then I clicked the cd. I then clicked master write. Lcd is showing that its in master mode, but it dosent go further. It wont go to the part were it lets you choose what song or track to burn. Each time I click it, it just shows Master mode. Would you be able to help me. thank you.

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  • herridged Jan 26, 2009

    painstakingly working through the manual I pressed the shift /finalise buttons but without aCD to finalise.A pannel appeared 'FINALSED INSERT CD' that has blocked the unit;I can't even switch the power off. I have then inserted a home CD to finalise which I then ejected but unit remained blocked.I since taken advice and removed mainlead without apparent consequences but I would like solution to the problem.I am sure I am the problem.

    Ref DP-02



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You need to create a master first before you can burn it to a CD.

To create a master you'll need to set an 'OUT' point, then enter mastering mode (by pressing the master key so that it flashes) and then record your master by holding record and pressing play. The master recording stops automatically when it reaches the out point (the in point is always zero). The steps for creating a master are outlined on page 27 of the manual. Setting the in and out points can be found on page 30 and burning the master to CD is on page 67.

Hope this helps.

Cheers.

bd.

Posted on Jan 02, 2009

  • morganfillin Apr 21, 2011

    Thanks Boston Dave ! My Dp-02 is great fot my Classical Guitar Music, I Just take my Time,and read the Manual,The Quality of the recording has saved me alot of money ! So far so good !

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To answer your questions, you do always need to create a master first for each sermon on the DP-02 before you can burn it to a CD. You also have to finalize the CD to play it on other players.

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