Sometimes, when I have the micro track in recording mode it freezes. This tends to happen after it's been in recording mode for 15 minutes or more. I don't have the problem on shorter recordings. The screen will read that it's recording (showing the round dot in the upper left hand corner) but meters are not moving. When I press the red recording button to stop recording there is no response. The round dot does not change to a square. The menu button does not respond. I cannot get rid of the "recording" screen unless I press the power button which turns off the whole machine, and, of course, I lose the file that I was recording. I have been recording in the mp3 format, so I always have plenty of recording time left when this freezing problem occurs. Any suggestions? Thanks--
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It’s necessary to bounce all of your tracks to a stereo pair of tracks before you can export your song to a computer as a WAV or MP3 file for burning onto a CD.
1. In normal mode, push EXIT and UTILITY until you see BOUNCE on the display.
Note: The upper right corner of the display shows the track you’re bouncing to. By default, “12V2”—Tracks 1 and 2, Virtual Track 2—is selected.
2. Press STOP and REWIND together to go back to the beginning of the song.
3. Press RECORD, and then press PLAY.
4.When the song’s finished playing, press STOP.
i read some stuff online and this should help.
If you mean you don't know how to manually mark a track in Manual Mode >>while<< recording on the fly:
Toggle the Auto/Manual button to Manual
Press the SKIP/Search right arrow button for tray B while recording whenever you want to increment the track number.
Pausing or stopping the recording also increments the next track number. There is no way to manipulate the actual number assigned to any track. It is alway PLUS 1 from the last track.
I always use Manual track numbering on my Pioneer machine when recording analog sources because many machines (like yours) will interpret a short silence as a track break. This may not necessarily be what you want to happen.
I had a similar problem before mine completely crashed. Make sure you back up your data and have a look at the space you have left on each of your three partitions. Try to delete any unused track space before recording again.
Go to bossbr.net - Plenty of answers there! And yes, you have to master or export the tracks to .mp3 or .wav. These files will be located in the mp3 folder. Boss also makes a free .wav converter located on their website.
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 www.Myspace.com/CrossRoadsToNowhere2007