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If he had it done by a person who knows what he is doing he most likely used a 1/2 track tape recording device. These are different than 1/4 track unit as they are used professionally an for mastering. You would need to find a 1/2 track type deck to play the tape back- they are made by Tascam, Otari, Studer, Pioneer, Sony and other lesser brands.
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Yep, that's what its supposed to do. You set the start (and stop) points and it punches from play to record so you can pick up just before where you goofed up. I'd suggest you put the punch-in point at a natural transition to what you're recording - like a pause in guitar part of between verse/chorus of vocals. If you try to punch into the middle of a guitar run (for example) the results may be less that satisfactory. Make sure you sing/play along with the playback so the transition sounds natural - don't try to just pick up after the punch.
You could record short "samples" to be used in building new voices, however, it does NOT appear that you can record a vocal song with the PSR9000. The Tyros II and III have the capability to record vocals but the PSR9000 and Tyros I do not..
When playing back an arrangement, you can re-sing the song and have the vocal harmonizer track the arrangement.
I've been having the same problem recently. It seems it might be low battery power. When I turned my recorder on, the battery was showing three bars, then down to two, but one would think it should still function with two bars.
However, before I went to buy a new recorder I decided to put a new battery in. So far it has not messed up again with the new battery. I'm pleased because I've used the heck out of my recorder and LOVE it...don't want to have to buy a new one.
I don't believe any software comes with the DP-01. After you record your tracks, you have to "export" them to your FAT drive. Once they are on your FAT drive, you will be able to see them using Windows Explorer. Your Tascam shows up as a removable disk. Simply open the drive and you will see the available folders. The WAV folder will contain your exported .WAV files and you can drag&drop from there.
If you don't have the manual, you can find it online. It's free!