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Editing Recorded MDs
Buttons used on this page
Notes on Editing
Available editing operations include erasing, moving, dividing and combining tracks. It is also possible to assign disc and track titles. Âª When "Protected !!" is displayed The MD is record-protected against accidental erasure. To make recording or editing possible, slide the record-protect tab to close the hole.
Erasing Track(s) (ERASE Function)
The data written on an MD can be erased in the following ways. â¦ Erasing all tracks simultaneously â¦ Erasing a single track â¦ Erasing parts of a track
Âª To erase all tracks at once (DISC ERASE)
2. Press the [EDIT/NO] button repeatedly until "ERASE TRK ?" is displayed. 3. Press the [YES] button. ("Track OK ?" is displayed.) â¦ Pressing the [EDIT/NO] button or the [ÂªSTOP] button while "Track OK ?" is displayed aborts the operation. 4. Press the [YES] button again. â¦ "COMPLETE" is displayed. Once the specified track has been erased, the subsequent track is decreased by one and all tracks following are renumbered. â¦ Repeat this procedure to erase additional tracks.
Âª To erase a part of a track
1. In the Stop mode, press the [EDIT/NO] button repeatedly until "ERASE DISC ?" is displayed.
Âª While "UTOC Writing" is blinking This message indicates that the recorded data is being written on the MD. Do not pull out the power cord or vibrate the deck. Otherwise the recorded data may not be written correctly on the MD.
2. Press the [YES] button. ("Sure ?" is displayed.) â¦ Pressing the [EDIT/NO] button or the [ÂªSTOP] button while "Sure ?" is displayed aborts the operation. 3. Press the [YES] button again. "COMPLETE" is displayed and then "Blank Disc" is displayed to indicate that all recorded data on the MD has been erased. â¦ If "ERASE DISC ?" is selected with the [EDIT/NO] button while "Blank Disc" is displayed, and then the [YES] button is pressed, UNDO (which cancels the most recent operation) cannot be performed.
Âª To erase a single track (TRACK ERASE)
This operation consists of dividing the track, erasing one of the tracks obtained by division and combining the remaining tracks. A part of a track can be erased using these three functions. (Example): To erase a part of A with track number 1
(Example): To erase B in track number 2
1. Specify the track to be erased with the [ÂµTRACKâ¤] dial.