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I'm trying to burn a CD but the 'CD full' info comes up. This is probably because I have recorded more than 80 minutes on the system. Any idea how I can get round this, for instance by splitting the recording into two? The manual just says 'reduce the amount of data to be written' but does not explain how. Thanks.

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Yes you can splitting recording in two.
What kind of data that you want to burn?
If miscellaneous,you can compress before burning.
If mp3 songs or video files,a little lower the bit-rate.
Blank CD is 80minutes/703MB.
It is recommended to leave 4-10MB to be used by the system.

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Im Guessing Your Trying To Burn It Off Before Mastering It Which Means All The Tracks Between 1 And 10. First You Click Audio Cd Write/Play Then Select Disc At Once And Then It Should Guide You From There. I Hope This Helps
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from reading instructions when you record channel 1 and 2 you are recordind channel 1 in stereo so you only recorded channel 1 try rcording on chanel 3 for vocal hope this helps

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SOURCE: my Fostex mr8 hdd "full"

If you can reformat the drive after dumping out anything you want saved MIGHT fix the problem...

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  • So if I understand you right, and I think I do. You are putting the looping on so you can record your own tract but for some reason the amount of time you think you have recorded is not being reflected in listening to the playback correct?

  • When you push play then the beat will begin to play. It will continue to play until you stop it. Now while the beat is playing you want to hit "record" to record anything you want to have recorded. If you hit the record button again then this will pause what you are recording BUT you will continue to hear the loop. This allows you to choose different parts of the loop to lay a chop down on. So in other words if you press play (this allows the selected loop to being) then you press record to record everything. If you press record again while the loop is playing this will stop ALL recording but you will still hear the selected loop playing. You have to press record again to continue recording.

  • Also remember that if you have somehow reached 24 minutes of recording then you have to remove it to make room for more recording. You do this by hitting the "undu" button.

  • Hope this helps and thank you for using FixYa.
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"it never works"... this is NOT enough information for us. You are not telling us how the CD is tested. If you are testing it in a boombox type player, that is not a test. First thing is to look at the bottom of the CD to see if you can detect written tracks... with right lighting you can tell if it has been burned. REMEMBER that CD's, unlike phonograph records, are written from the middle outward. Many consumer players have trouble playing CD's that are written but not "finalized". If you CAN see written area (compare to unburned CD) then likely the burning is taking place, and the problem is the format is either not complete or incompatible with your player. Try reading the disk in your computer. Also you might want to visit the forums for the Boss/Roland workstations at VSPLANET.com.

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