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PDF Content Summary: R-05-e.book 2 ページ 2010年2月19日 金曜日 午後4時55分 2Check the contents of the package The R-05 comes with the following items. As soon as you open the package, please check that all these items are present. If anything is missing, please contact your dealer. ❏ R-05 recorder ❏ USB cable (mini-B type) Use this cable to connect the R-05 to your computer’s USB connector. If you require a new USB cable because of loss or damage, please contact one of the “Service contacts” listed on the warranty envelope. ❏ SD card A memory card is required in order to carry out recording and playback with the R-05. This memory card contains demo songs and PDF files of the owner’s manual. ❏ Batteries (two AA) ❏ Windscreen This windscreen can be placed over the built-in mics. R-05-e.book 3 ページ 2010年2月19日 金曜日 午後4時55分 ❏ Owner’s manual This is the document you’re reading. Keep it available for reference when needed. ❏ Easy Start Guide This provides a simple explanation of how to install the batteries, record, and play back. Before using this unit, carefully read the sections entitled: “USING THE UNIT SAFELY” and “IMPORTANT NOTES” (p. 4; p. 10). These sections provide important information concerning the proper operation of the unit. Additionally, in order to feel assured that you have gained a good grasp of every feature provided by your new unit, Owner’s manual should be read in its entirety. The manual should be saved and kept on hand as a convenient reference. Copyright ©2010 ROLAND CORPORATION All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced in any form without the written permission of ROLAND CORPORATION. Roland is a registered trademark of Roland Corporation in the United States and/or other contries. 3 R-05-e.book 4 ページ 2010年2月19日 金曜日 午後4時55分 4USING THE UNIT SAFELY USING THE UNIT SAFELY Used for instructions intended to alert the user to the risk of injury or material damage should the unit be used improperly. * Material damage refers to damage or other adverse effects caused with respect to the home and all its furnishings, as well to domestic animals or pets. Used for instructions intended to alert the The user to the risk of death or severe injury should the unit be used improperly. symbol alerts the user to important instructions or warnings. The specific meaning of the symbol is determined by the design contained within the triangle. In the case of the symbol at left, it is used for general cautions, warnings, or alerts to danger. The symbol alerts the user to items that must never be carried out (are forbidden). The specific thing that must not be done is indicated by the design contained within the circle. In the case of the symbol at left, it means that the unit must never be disassembled. The ● symbol alerts the user to things that must be carried out. The specific thing that must be done is indicated by the design contained within the circle. In the case of the symbol at left, it means that the power-cord plug must be unplugged from the outlet. R-05-e.book 5 ページ 2010年2月19日 金曜日 午後4時55分 USING THE UNIT SAFELY 002c● Do not open (or modify in any way) the unit or its AC adaptor. .......................................................................................................... 003● Do not attempt to repair the unit, or replace parts within it (except when this manual provides specific instructions directing you to do so). Refer all servicing to your retailer, the nearest Roland Service Center, or an authorized Roland distributor, as listed on the “Information” page. .......................................................................................................... 004● Never install the unit in any of the following locations. ❍ Subject to temperature extremes (e.g., direct sunlight in an enclosed vehicle, near a heating duct, on top of heat-generating equipment); or are ❍ Damp (e.g., baths, washrooms, on wet floors); or are ❍ Exposed to steam or smoke; or are ❍ Subject to salt exposure; or are ❍ Humid; or are ❍ Exposed to rain; or are ❍ Dusty or sandy; or are .......................................................................................................... ❍ Subject to high levels of vibration and shakiness. 007● Make sure you always have the unit placed so it is level and sure to remain stable. Never place it on stands that could wobble, or on inclined surfaces. .......................................................................................................... 008b● Use only the specified AC adaptor, and make sure the line voltage at the installation matches the input voltage specified on the AC adaptor’s body. Other AC adaptors may use a different polarity, or be designed for a different voltage, so their use could result in damage, malfunction, or electric shock. .......................................................................................................... 008e● Use only the attached power-supply cord. Also, the supplied power cord must not be used with any other device. .......................................................................................................... 009● Do not excessively twist or bend the power cord, nor place heavy objects on it. Doing so can damage the cord, producing severed elements and short circuits. Damaged cords are fire and shock hazards! .......................................................................................................... 5 6USING THE UNIT SAFELY 010● This unit, either alone or in combination with an amplifier and headphones or speakers, may be capable of producing sound levels that could cause permanent hearing loss. Do not operate for a long period of time at a high volume level, or at a level that is uncomfortable. If you experience any hearing loss or ringing in the ears, you should immediately stop using the unit, and consult an audiologist. .......................................................................................................... 011● Do not allow any objects (e.g., flammable material, coins, pins); or liquids of any kind (water, soft drinks, etc.) to penetrate the unit. .......................................................................................................... R-05-e.book 6 ページ 2010年2月19日 金曜日 午後4時55分 012b● Immediately turn the power off, remove the AC adaptor from the outlet, remove the batteries, and request servicing by your retailer, the nearest Roland Service Center, or an authorized Roland distributor, as listed on the “Information” page when: ❍ The AC adaptor, the power-supply cord, or the plug has been damaged; or ❍ If smoke or unusual odor occurs ❍ Objects have fallen into, or liquid has been spilled onto the unit; or ❍ The unit has been exposed to rain (or otherwise has become wet); or ❍ The unit does not appear to operate normally or exhibits a marked change in performance. .......................................................................................................... 013● In households with small children, an adult should provide supervision until the child is capable of following all the rules essential for the safe operation of the unit. .......................................................................................................... 014● Protect the unit from strong impact. (Do not drop it!) .......................................................................................................... R-05-e.book 7 ページ 2010年2月19日 金曜日 午後4時55分 USING THE UNIT SAFELY

015● Do not force the unit’s power-supply cord to share an outlet with an unreasonable number of other devices. Be especially careful when using extension cords—the total power used by all devices you have connected to the extension cord’s outlet must never exceed the power rating (watts/amperes) for the extension cord. Excessive loads can cause the insulation on the cord to heat up and eventually melt through. 016● Before using the unit in a foreign country, consult with your retailer, the nearest Roland Service Center, or an authorized Roland distributor, as listed on the “Information” page. .......................................................................................................... 019● Batteries must never be recharged, heated, taken apart, or thrown into fire or water. .......................................................................................................... 027● Never expose batteries to excessive heat such as sunshine, fire or the like. .......................................................................................................... 101b● The unit and the AC adaptor should be located so their location or position does not interfere with their proper ventilation. .......................................................................................................... 102c● Always grasp only the plug on the AC adaptor cord when plugging into, or unplugging from, an outlet or this unit. .......................................................................................................... 103b● At regular intervals, you should unplug the AC adaptor and clean it by using a dry cloth to wipe all dust and other accumulations away from its prongs. Also, disconnect the power plug from the power outlet whenever the unit is to remain unused for an extended period of time. Any accumulation of dust between the power plug and the power outlet can result in poor insulation and lead to fire. .......................................................................................................... 104● Try to prevent cords and cables from becoming entangled. Also, all cords and cables should be placed so they are out of the reach of children. .......................................................................................................... 7

8USING THE UNIT SAFELY 106● Never climb on top of, nor place heavy objects on the unit. .......................................................................................................... 107c● Never handle the AC adaptor or its plugs with wet hands when plugging into, or unplugging from, an outlet or this unit. .......................................................................................................... 108b● Before moving the unit, disconnect the AC adaptor and all cords coming from external devices. .......................................................................................................... 109b● Before cleaning the unit, turn off the power and unplug the AC adaptor from the outlet (p. 29). .......................................................................................................... 110b● Whenever you suspect the possibility of lightning in your area, disconnect the AC adaptor from the outlet. .......................................................................................................... R-05-e.book 8 ページ 2010年2月19日 金曜日 午後4時55分 111: Selection ● If used improperly, batteries may explode or leak and cause damage or injury. In the interest of safety, please read and observe the following precautions (p. 26). 1 ❍ Carefully follow the installation instruc- tions for batteries, and make sure you observe the correct polarity. 2 ❍ Avoid using new batteries together with used ones. In addition, avoid mixing different types of batteries. 3 ❍ Remove the batteries whenever the unit is to remain unused for an extended period of time. 5 ❍ If a battery has leaked, use a soft piece of cloth or paper towel to wipe all remnants of the discharge from the battery compartment. Then install new batteries. To avoid inflammation of the skin, make sure that none of the battery discharge gets onto your hands or skin. Exercise the utmost caution so that none of the discharge gets near your eyes. Immediately rinse the affected area with running water if any of the discharge has entered the eyes. 6 ❍ Never keep batteries together with metallic objects such as ballpoint pens, necklaces, hairpins, etc. ..........................................................................................................

R-05-e.book 9 ページ 2010年2月19日 金曜日 午後4時55分 USING THE UNIT SAFELY 112● Used batteries must be disposed of in compliance with whatever regulations for their safe disposal that may be observed in the region in which you live. .......................................................................................................... 118b● Keep the included SD card in a safe place out of children’s reach, so there is no chance of them being swallowed accidentally. .......................................................................................................... 9 10IMPORTANT NOTES Power Supply: Use of Batteries 301● Do not connect this unit to same electrical outlet that is being used by an electrical appliance that is controlled by an inverter (such as a refrigerator, washing machine, microwave oven, or air conditioner), or that contains a motor. Depending on the way in which the electrical appliance is used, power supply noise may cause this unit to malfunction or may produce audible noise. If it is not practical to use a separate electrical outlet, connect a power supply noise filter between this unit and the electrical outlet. 302● The AC adaptor will begin to generate heat after long hours of consecutive use. This is normal, and is not a cause for concern. 304a● When installing or replacing batteries, always turn off the power on this unit and disconnect any other devices you may have connected. This way, you can prevent malfunction and/or damage to speakers or other devices. 306b● Batteries are supplied with the unit. The life of these batteries may be limited, however, since their primary purpose was to enable testing. R-05-e.book 10 ページ 2010年2月19日 金曜日 午後4時55分 Placement 351● Using the unit near power amplifiers (or other equipment containing large power transformers) may induce hum. To alleviate the problem, change the orientation of this unit; or move it farther away from the source of interference. 352a● This device may interfere with radio and television reception. Do not use this device in the vicinity of such receivers. 352b● Noise may be produced if wireless communications devices, such as cell phones, are operated in the vicinity of this unit. Such noise could occur when receiving or initiating a call, or while conversing. Should you experience such problems, you should relocate such wireless devices so they are at a greater distance from this unit, or switch them off. 354a● Do not expose the unit to direct sunlight, place it near devices that radiate heat, leave it inside an enclosed vehicle, or otherwise subject it to temperature extremes. Excessive heat can deform or discolor the unit. R-05-e.book 11 ページ 2010年2月19日 金曜日 午後4時55分 IMPORTANT NOTES

355b● When moved from one location to another where the temperature and/or humidity is very different, water droplets (condensation) may form inside the unit. Damage or malfunction may result if you attempt to use the unit in this condition. Therefore, before using the unit, you must allow it to stand for several hours, until the condensation has completely evaporated. 360● Depending on the material and temperature of the surface on which you place the unit, its rubber feet may discolor or mar the surface. You can place a piece of felt or cloth under the rubber feet to prevent this from happening. If you do so, please make sure that the unit will not slip or move accidentally. Maintenance 401a● For everyday cleaning wipe the unit with a soft, dry cloth or one that has been slightly dampened with water. To remove stubborn dirt, use a cloth impregnated with a mild, non-abrasive detergent. Afterwards, be sure to wipe the unit thoroughly with a soft, dry cloth. 402● Never use benzine, thinners, alcohol or solvents of any kind, to avoid the possibility of discoloration and/or deformation. Repairs and Data 452● Please be aware that all data contained in the unit’s memory may be lost when the unit is sent for repairs. Important data should always be backed up on your computer, or written down on paper (when possible). During repairs, due care is taken to avoid the loss of data. However, in certain cases (such as when circuitry related to memory itself is out of order), we regret that it may not be possible to restore the data, and Roland assumes no liability concerning such loss of data. Memory Backup 503● The internal clock settings will be lost if the unit is left for several days with the batteries removed and the adaptor disconnected. 11 IMPORTANT NOTES Additional Precautions 551● Please be aware that the contents of memory can be irretrievably lost as a result of a malfunction, or the improper operation of the unit. To protect yourself against the risk of loosing important data, we recommend that you periodically save a backup copy of important data you have stored in the unit’s memory on your computer, or written down on paper (when possible). 552● Unfortunately, it may be impossible to restore the contents of data that was stored SD card once it has been lost. Roland Corporation assumes no liability concerning such loss of data. 553● Use a reasonable amount of care when using the unit’s buttons, sliders, or other controls; and when using its jacks and connectors. Rough handling can lead to malfunctions. 554● Never strike or apply strong pressure to the display. 555● A small amount of noise may be heard from the display during normal operation. 556● When connecting / disconnecting all cables, grasp the connector itself—never pull on the cable. This way you will avoid causing shorts, or damage to the cable’s internal elements. 12 558a● To avoid disturbing your neighbors, try to keep the unit’s volume at reasonable levels. You may prefer to use headphones, so you do not need to be concerned about those around you (especially when it is late at night). 559a● When you need to transport the unit, package it in the box (including padding) that it came in, if possible. Otherwise, you will need to use equivalent packaging materials. 562● Some connection cables contain resistors. Do not use cables that incorporate resistors for connecting to this unit. The use of such cables can cause the sound level to be extremely low, or impossible to hear. For information on cable specifications, contact the manufacturer of the cable. Before Using Cards Using SD Cards 704● Carefully insert the SD card all the way in—until it is firmly in place. 705● Never touch the terminals of the SD card. Also, avoid getting the terminals dirty.

R-05-e.book 12 ページ 2010年2月19日 金曜日 午後4時55分 R-05-e.book 13 ページ 2010年2月19日 金曜日 午後4時55分 IMPORTANT NOTES

708● SD cards are constructed using precision components; handle the cards carefully, paying particular note to the following. ❍ To prevent damage to the cards from static electricity, be sure to discharge any static electricity from your own body before handling the cards. ❍ Do not touch or allow metal to come into contact with the contact portion of the cards. ❍ Do not bend, drop, or subject cards to strong shock or vibration. ❍ Do not keep cards in direct sunlight, in closed vehicles, or other such locations. ❍ Do not allow cards to become wet. ❍ Do not disassemble or modify the cards. Copyright 851● Recording, duplication, distribution, sale, lease, performance, or broadcast of copyrighted material (musical works, visual works, broadcasts, live performances, etc.) belonging to a third party in part or in whole without the permission of the copyright owner is forbidden by law. 853● Do not use this unit for purposes that could infringe on a copyright held by a third party. We assume no responsibility whatsoever with regard to any infringements of third-party copyrights arising through your use of this unit. 204* Microsoft and Windows are registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation. 206j* Windows® is known officially as: “Microsoft® Windows® operating system.” 207* Apple and Macintosh are registered trademarks of Apple Inc. 209* Mac OS is a trademark of Apple Inc. 238* MPEG Layer-3 audio compression technology is licensed from Fraunhofer IIS Corporation and THOMSON Multimedia Corporation. 239* The SD logo ( ) and SDHC logo ( ) are trademarks of SD-3C, LLC. * MMP (Moore Microprocessor Portfolio) refers to a patent portfolio concerned with microprocessor architecture, which was developed by Technology Properties Limited (TPL). Roland has licensed this technology from the TPL Group. 13

14Contents USING THE UNIT SAFELY.................4 IMPORTANT NOTES...................... 10 What You Can Do with the R-05 .. 16 Names of Things and What They Do ........................ 20 Main Screen......................................................................25 Getting Ready............................... 26 Turning the Power on/off ...........................................26 Using Batteries ......................................................26 Using the R-05 with an AC Adaptor...............29 Setting the Date and Time..........................................30 Preparing an SD Card ...................................................31 Inserting an SD Card ...........................................32 Formatting an SD Card.......................................34 Using Headphones or Speakers................................37 R-05-e.book 14 ページ 2010年2月19日 金曜日 午後4時55分 Recording ...................................... 38 Basic Recording Operation......................................... 38 Specifying the Recording Quality ............................ 40 Sampling Rate ....................................................... 40 Rec Mode ................................................................ 41 Setting the Sampling Rate and Rec Mode .. 42 Approximate Recording Times ....................... 43 Adjusting the Recording Level........................ 44 Setting the Mic Sensitivity ................................ 47 Using Limiter or AGC .......................................... 48 Cutting the Low-Frequency Range ............... 49 Using the Pre-Rec Function.............................. 50 Using the Auto Rec Start Function ................ 51 Recording Instruments or Vocals............................. 52 Using the Built-in Mics ....................................... 52 Using an External Mic ......................................... 52 Recording from a Cassette or CD............................. 55 Using the LINE IN Jack ........................................ 55 Splitting the File During Recording ........................ 56 Recording Settings for Various Situations ............ 58 Recording Acoustic Instruments .................... 58 Recording Vocals.................................................. 59 Recording a Band................................................. 60 Recording Outdoors ........................................... 61 Recording a Meeting .......................................... 62

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Playback.........................................63 Basic Playback Operation............................................63 Play Mode and Repeat Settings ................................64 Repeatedly Playing a Portion of a File ....................66 Changing the Playback Speed ..................................67 Selecting the Playback Speed..........................67 Applying Reverb to the Playback.............................68 Applying Reverb ...................................................68 Changing the Type of Reverb ..........................68 Types of Files that can be Played .............................69 Connecting to Your Computer .....70 Connecting the R-05 to Your Computer................70 Disconnecting from Your Computer ......................72 Windows..................................................................72 Mac OS .....................................................................73 Handling Files and Folders...........74 Basic Operation...............................................................75 Opening a File .................................................................77 Viewing Information about the File ........................77 Deleting a File..................................................................78 Renaming a File ..............................................................79 Moving a File....................................................................80 Copying a File..................................................................81 Dividing a File..................................................................82 Combining Files..............................................................83 Deleting Unwanted Portions of a File (Trim) .......84 Creating an MP3 File.....................................................85 Repairing a File ...............................................................86 Creating a Folder............................................................87 Settings for the R-05..................... 89 Basic procedure .............................................................. 89 Error Messages ............................. 94 Troubleshooting........................... 96 Problems with Recording ...........................................96 Problems with Playback ..............................................99 Other Problems ........................................................... 100 Specifications.............................. 102 Index ............................................ 107 15

16What You Can Do with the R-05 Record acoustic instruments You can make high-quality recordings by simply pointing the built-in mics at your instrument. The R-05 can be attached to a commercially available tripod, or you can use the separately sold dedicated mic stand adaptor to attach it to your mic stand. “Recording Acoustic Instruments” (p. 58) Record vocals You can attach the R-05 to your mic stand and use it to record vocals. The separately sold dedicated mic stand adaptor lets you attach the R-05 to a mic stand just like a vocal mic. You can also apply reverb to the playback. “Recording Vocals” (p. 59) R-05-e.book 16 ページ 2010年2月19日 金曜日 午後4時55分

R-05-e.book 17 ページ 2010年2月19日 金曜日 午後4時55分 What You Can Do with the R-05

Record a band In a rehearsal studio, you can make clear recordings of your band’s playing even at high volumes. The R-05 can automatically set the optimum recording level, and split the file automatically. It’s also possible to record both a high-quality WAV file for CD production and a smaller sized MP3 file at the same time (p. 41). “Recording a Band” (p. 60) Record outdoors The R-05 provides a convenient way to record outdoors. Since there’s a retrospective feature that can also capture the two seconds prior to the moment you pressed the record button, you can capture the desired sound without missing the first moment (p. 50). Two AA batteries allow approximately 16 hours of continuous recording. “Recording Outdoors” (p. 61) 17

18What You Can Do with the R-05 Record a meeting You can place the R-05 in the middle of a table to record a meeting. The high-sensitivity, built-in mic will capture a clear recording of the voices, even if they’re faint or distant. In addition, the recording level will be automatically adjusted according to the loudness of the people speaking, ensuring a well- balanced recording volume (p. 48). “Recording a Meeting” (p. 62) R-05-e.book 18 ページ 2010年2月19日 金曜日 午後4時55分 Record from cassette or CD You can connect an CD player, cassette deck, or other audio device to the line inputs, and record its playback. “Recording from a Cassette or CD” (p. 55)

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Use as an audio player You can connect headphones to the R-05 and use it as a high-quality portable audio player. Repeat playback and automatic reordering of the playback order are also provided. In addition to files recorded on the R-05, you can play back WAV files or MP3 files imported from your computer. “Playback” (p. 63) “Connecting to Your Computer” (p. 70) Use as a music practice partner The R-05 provides functions that can help you practice your instrument or vocals. You can repeatedly play a specified region, or change the playback speed without changing the pitch. You can play back a difficult phrase slowly, or play back at high speed to grasp the overall structure of a song in a short time. “Repeatedly Playing a Portion of a File” (p. 66)

“Changing the Playback Speed” (p. 67) 19 R-05-e.book 20 ページ 2010年2月19日 金曜日 午後4時55分 20Names of Things and What They Do Internal mic This is a stereo mic built into the R-05 (p. 52). PEAK indicator This will light when the input or output volume is excessive. “Adjusting the Recording Level” (p. 44) 13Display This shows various types of information for the 2R-05. 3 4[FINDER] button 5 This button lets you view a list of files, or 6 rename, delete, and copy files (p. 74). 4 79 5[MENU] button 108 This button lets you make various settings for 11 12the R-05, such as recording/playback settings 13 and specifying the date and time (p. 89). 6[REHEARSAL] button 1This button automatically sets the appropriate recording level (p. 45). 2 7 [SPEED] button This button lets you change the playback speed (p. 67). R-05-e.book 21 ページ 2010年2月19日 金曜日 午後4時55分 Names of Things and What They Do [REVERB] button This button turns reverb on/off, and switches the type of reverb (p. 68). [ ]/[SPLIT] button This button lets you repeatedly play between two points (the A–B region) of a file. When you assign an “A” marker and “B” marker in the file, playback will repeat between the “A” and “B” markers. Pressing the button the first time assigns the “A” marker, and pressing it a second time assigns the “B” marker. You can split a file by pressing this button during recording. • “Repeatedly Playing a Portion of a File” (p. 66) • “Splitting the File During Recording” (p. 56) [ ] button Press this button to start playback, or to pause playback or recording. This button also moves the cursor upward in the screen, or changes the value of the selected item. 811[ ] button Press this button to move to the beginning of the file, or to select the previous file. By holding down this button, you can rewind through the 9 A B file. You can do this during playback or while stopped. This button also moves the cursor to the left in the screen, or changes the value of the selected item. 12[ ] button Press this button to select the next file. By holding down this button, you can fast-forward through the file. You can do this during playback or while stopped. This button also moves the cursor to the right in the screen, or changes the value of the selected item. 10 13 [ ] button This button stops playback or recording. This button also moves the cursor downward in the screen, or changes the value of the selected item. 21 22Names of Things and What They Do REC indicator This indicator will light red during recording (REC). It will blink in recording-standby mode (REC PAUSE). [ ] button Press this button to enter recording-standby mode or to begin recording. You’ll also use this button to confirm a selection. INPUT [+] [–] buttons These buttons adjust the level of the audio that’s being input via the built-in mics, the MIC jack, or the LINE IN jack (p. 44). R-05-e.book 22 ページ 2010年2月19日 金曜日 午後4時55分 15 16 17 14 141516 Pressing [+] will increase the input level. Pressing [–] will decrease the input level. 17 VOL [+] [–] buttons These buttons adjust the volume that is output from the PHONES jack. 18 19 20 18LINE IN jack If you want the audio output signal from an audio device or electronic musical instrument to be input to the R-05, use a stereo mini-plug cable to make the connection (p. 55). Use the INPUT[+] [–] buttons to adjust the volume. 19 MIC jack Use this if you want to connect an external mic (p. 52). R-05-e.book 23 ページ 2010年2月19日 金曜日 午後4時55分 Names of Things and What They Do 20 SD card slot Buttons that can be operated even if the Insert the SD card into this slot (p. 31). HOLD switch is on • [MIC GAIN] switch • [LIMITER] switch • [LOW CUT] switch 22 21 21DC IN jack Connect the dedicated AC adaptor (sold 23 24 separately) here (p. 29). 23PHONES jack You must switch off the R-05’s power before you connect or disconnect the AC adaptor. You can connect headphones here (p. 37). 22 [POWER/HOLD] switch Slide this switch toward POWER to turn the power on/off (p. 26). With the power turned on, you can set this switch to the right to enable the HOLD function. 24 USB connector Use the included USB cable to connect this to your computer. This allows files recorded on the R-05 to be transferred to your computer, or WAV and MP3 files from your computer to be copied to the R-05 for playback (p. 70). By turning HOLD on, you can prevent inadvertent operation. 23 24Names of Things and What They Do Battery compartment Install batteries here (p. 26). [MIC GAIN] switch This switch changes the sensitivity of the mic input (p. 47). R-05-e.book 24 ページ 2010年2月19日 金曜日 午後4時55分 262728 29 2526 25 272829 [LIMITER] switch This switch turns the Limiter or AGC on/off. Normally, you can leave this OFF. In the “Menu” screen you can choose either Limiter or AGC. “Using Limiter or AGC” (p. 48) [LOW CUT] switch This switch turns LOW CUT on/off. Normally, you can leave this OFF (p. 49). Tripod mounting socket This socket lets you attach the R-05 to a commercially available camera tripod. (The socket is threaded for a 1/4” screw.) R-05-e.book 25 ページ 2010年2月19日 金曜日 午後4時55分 Names of Things and What They Do Main Screen Here we’ll explain the principal icons and information shown in the main screen. [ Playing / Stopped ] [ Recording ] Peak Song name Elapsed playback time Song length Sampling rate of the song being played Output level Reverb status (ON /OFF) Playback speed (ON /OFF) Sampling rate during recording Record/recording-standby status (REC/STANDBY) Power supply status (AC adaptor / batteries ) Play/stop status Current time (PLAY/STOP) Repeat status (ON/OFF) Song name Peak Elapsed recording time Remaining recordable time on the memory card Input level Limiter/AGC status (ON /OFF and function) Plug-in power status (ON /OFF ) (Appears only when external mic has been connected.) Power supply status (AC adaptor / batteries ) Current time 25 26Getting Ready 1. Make sure that the power is off. If the power is on, turn it off. Slide the R-05’s [POWER] switch toward POWER to turn the power on/off. R-05-e.book 26 ページ 2010年2月19日 金曜日 午後4時55分 Turning the Power on/off Using Batteries Types of batteries that can be used • AA alkaline batteries (LR6) • AA nickel-metal hydride batteries (HR15/51) The R-05 cannot recharge nickel-metal hydride batteries. You’ll need to use a battery charger designed for nickel-metal hydride batteries. 2. Open the cover of the battery compartment located on the bottom of the unit. Turn the R-05 over, then slide the cover downward while pressing the area marked “PUSH” in the center of the battery compartment. ig.battery-2-1.eps_50 When turning the unit upside-down, handle with care to avoid dropping it, or allowing it to fall or tip over. –+ + – R-05-e.book 27 ページ 2010年2月19日 金曜日 午後4時55分 Getting Ready 3. Install the batteries. Install two AA batteries in the compartment, making sure that the polarity (+/– orientation) is correct. fig.battery-3.eps_60 4. Close the cover of the battery compartment. 5. Slide the [POWER] switch toward POWER for several seconds; the power will turn on. To turn the power off, slide the [POWER] switch once again toward POWER for several seconds. fig.power-onoff-e.eps_60–+ + – When the power turns on, a screen like the following will appear in the display. We’ll call this the “main screen.” 6. Specify the type of batteries you installed. In the “Menu” screen, specify the type of batteries you installed (alkaline batteries or nickel-metal hydride batteries). “Settings for the R-05” (p. 89) On/off 27 28Getting Ready Note when using the R-05 on batteries • Do not mix fresh batteries with used batteries, and do not mix batteries of different types. • If you won’t be using the R-05 for an extended period of time, we recommend that you remove the batteries to prevent them from leaking electrolyte. • If electrolyte should leak from the batteries, use a soft cloth to wipe the battery compartment clean, and then install new batteries. Electrolyte that contacts your skin might cause irritation. Electrolyte that enters your eyes is dangerous; if this occurs, immediately flush your eyes thoroughly with water. • Do not carry or store batteries together with metallic objects such as pens, necklaces, or hairpins. Power conservation function • The R-05 has a power conservation function, which prevents unnecessary battery consumption. If you leave the unit for a certain period of time without performing any operation, the display will dim or the unit’s R-05-e.book 28 ページ 2010年2月19日 金曜日 午後4時55分 power will turn off, depending on the power conservation setting. “Settings for the R-05” (p. 89) Remaining battery indication • When the remaining battery power runs low, a battery low icon appears in the lower right of the display. When this appears, install fresh batteries as soon as possible. If you continue to use the unit in this state, the display will indicate “Battery Low,” and finally the R-05 will stop functioning entirely. “Error Messages” (p. 94) Battery life (when using alkaline batteries) Continuous playback approximately 30 hours Continuous recording approximately 16 hours * The above battery lifespans are approximate. Battery life will vary depending on environmental conditions and the method of use. R-05-e.book 29 ページ 2010年2月19日 金曜日 午後4時55分 Getting Ready Using the R-05 with an AC Adaptor 4. Slide the [POWER] switch toward POWER for several seconds; the power will turn on. To You can use the R-05 with a separately sold dedicated AC adaptor. turn the power off, slide the [POWER] switch once again toward POWER for several seconds. fig.power-onoff-e.eps_60 Never use any adaptor other than the dedicated one; doing so can lead to malfunction. 1. Make sure that the power is off. 2. Connect the AC adaptor’s DC plug to the DC IN jack. Place the AC adaptor so that the surface with the indicator is upward. When the power turns on, a screen like the following will appear in the display. We’ll call this the “main screen.” fig.ac-e.eps_60 Indicator 3. Plug the AC adaptor into an electrical outlet. The AC adaptor’s indicator will light. On/off 29 30Getting Ready • If you connect the AC adaptor when batteries are installed, power will be supplied from the AC adaptor. • You may hear noise when you turn the power on, but this does not indicate a malfunction. • We recommend that you keep batteries installed in the unit even though you’ll be powering it with the AC adaptor. That way, you’ll be able to continue a performance even if the cord of the AC adaptor gets accidently disconnected from the unit. R-05-e.book 30 ページ 2010年2月19日 金曜日 午後4時55分 Setting the Date and Time After you turn on the power for the first time, you’ll need to set the internal clock as follows. The date and time you specify are used as the time stamp for the files that are recorded. 1. Press [MENU] to access the “Menu” screen, use [ ]/[ ] to select “Date & Time,” and press [ ]. fig.datetime.eps_80 • The internal clock is powered by the AC adaptor or by batteries. If the R-05 is left for several days with batteries removed and the adaptor disconnected, the internal clock will return to its default state. When you turn on the power in this state, the message “Clock Initialized” will appear. R-05-e.book 31 ページ 2010年2月19日 金曜日 午後4時55分 Getting Ready

• If the screen indicates “Clock Initialized,” you’ll need to reset the date and time. 2. Set the date and time. Use [ ]/[ ] to move the cursor left/right. fig.edit-datetime.eps_80 When the cursor is at the position of the character you want to change, use [ ]/[ ] to change the date and time, and press [ ] to confirm the setting. fig.edit-datetime2.eps_80 3. Press [MENU] to return to the main screen. Preparing an SD Card About the demo songs The included SD card contains demo songs. • If you leave the demo songs on the SD card, the space available for recording with the card will be decreased by the size of the demo songs. * Use of the demo songs supplied with this product for any purpose other than private, personal enjoyment without the permission of the copyright holder is prohibited by law. Additionally, this data must not be copied, nor used in a secondary copyrighted work without the permission of the copyright holder. 31

32Getting Ready Inserting an SD Card Inserting 1. Make sure that the power is off. If the power is on, turn it off. 2. Open the SD cover located at the top of the unit. Insert your fingernail into the notch in the SD cover, and pull it upward. fig.sdin--2.eps_50 The cover may break if you use excessive force. R-05-e.book 32 ページ 2010年2月19日 金曜日 午後4時55分 3. Insert the SD card. With the back of the SD card facing the same way as the back of the R-05, slowly insert the card into the slot. fig.sdin-3.eps.eps_60 • Forcibly inserting the SD card in the wrong orientation may damage the R-05 or the SD card. Please use caution. • Press the SD card firmly all the way in. 4. Close the SD cover. fig.battery-4.eps_60

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5. Slide the [POWER] switch toward POWER for several seconds to turn on the power. fig.power-onoff.eps_80 If an unformatted SD card is inserted in the R-05, the screen will indicate “SD Unformatted.” Removing an SD card 1. Switch off the R-05’s power. 2. Open the SD cover. release your finger. When the SD card pops out, remove it. Do not insert or remove an SD card while the power is on. The data on the SD card may be lost if you do so. On/off 3. Gently press the SD card inward, and then 33

34Getting Ready “Formatting” is the process of preparing the SD card for use. If you’re using an SD card other than the included one, you must first format the SD card before it can be used with the R-05. • You must format the SD card on the R-05 itself. An SD card formatted on a device other than the R-05 might not work correctly in the R-05. • When you format an SD card, all data on the card will be erased. • The included SD card has already been formatted. If you format it again, the included demo songs and the PDF file containing the owner’s manual will be erased. If necessary, use your computer to back up these files first. “Connecting to Your Computer” (p. 70) R-05-e.book 34 ページ 2010年2月19日 金曜日 午後4時55分 Formatting an SD Card 1. Make sure that the SD card you want to format is inserted in the SD card slot. “Inserting an SD Card” (p. 32) 2. Press [MENU] to access the “Menu” screen, use [ ]/[ ] to select “SD Card,” and then press [ ]. fig.sduttl.eps_80 If you decide to cancel without formatting, press [MENU]. You will return to the previous screen.

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press [ ]. fig.format.eps_80 4. When the confirmation screen appears, use [ ] to select “Yes” and then press [ ]. ig.format-sure.eps_80f ig.process.eps_80f Never remove the SD card while the screen indicates “Processing.” Doing so may destroy the memory area in the SD card. When the screen indicates “Completed!” the formatting process is finished. ig.completed.eps_80f

5. Press [MENU] twice to return to the main screen. 35 R-05-e.book 36 ページ 2010年2月19日 金曜日 午後4時55分 36Getting Ready About SD cards • The R-05 supports SD/SDHC cards. • Some SD card types or memory cards from some manufacturers may not record or play back properly on the R-05. • Never insert or remove an SD card while this unit’s power is on. Doing so may corrupt the unit’s data or the data on the SD card. • Carefully insert the SD card all the way in—until it is firmly in place. fig.sdcard2-e.eps_80 The SD card write protect feature (LOCK) The contents of the SD card can be protected by write protecting it. To write protect a card, slide the write protect switch on the side of the memory card to the “LOCK” position. Unlock write protect to delete data on the card. Write protect switch R-05-e.book 37 ページ 2010年2月19日 金曜日 午後4時55分 Getting Ready

The R-05 does not contain a built-in speaker. In order to hear the playback, you’ll need to connect separately available headphones or amplified speakers. Using Headphones or Speakers Connecting speakers Turn on power to your various devices in the order specified. By turning on devices in the wrong order, you risk causing malfunction and/ or damage to speakers and other devices. 1. Switch off the R-05’s power. Headphones 2. Minimize the volume of the speakers you’ll be connecting, and turn off their power. 3. Connect the speakers. You’ll need to use speakers that have a built-in Amplified amplifier. speakers Use an audio cable to connect the R-05’s PHONES jack to the line input jacks of your speaker system. 4. Switch on the R-05’s power.

5. Switch on power to your speakers, and gradually increase the volume to an appropriate level. 37 38Recording Basic Recording Operation fig.sousa-1a-e.eps Play / Pause Rewind / Move to previous song (beginning of song) 1. Switch on the R-05’s power (p. 26). fig.power-onoff-e.eps_60 2. Set the sampling rate (p. 42). 3. Specify the Rec Mode (file type) (p. 42). 4. Press [MENU] twice to return to the main screen. Fast-forward / Move to next song Stop Record / Recording-standby On/off R-05-e.book 38 ページ 2010年2月19日 金曜日 午後4時55分 5. Adjust the recording level. Press [ ] to enter recording-standby mode, and adjust the level of the sound you’re recording (p. 44). 6. Start recording. In recording-standby mode (REC indicator blinking), press [ ] or [ ]. The REC indicator will light, and recording will begin. By turning on the [HOLD] switch after recording begins, you can prevent recording from being stopped or the recording level from being changed even if buttons are pressed inadvertently. • The built-in mics cannot be used if a mic or other device is connected to the MIC jack or LINE IN jack. If you want to use the built-in mics, do not connect anything to the MIC jack or LINE IN jack. R-05-e.book 39 ページ 2010年2月19日 金曜日 午後4時55分 Recording

• The recording level will change if you operate the INPUT [+] [–] buttons in recording-standby mode or during recording. Take care that you don’t inadvertently operate the INPUT [+] [–] buttons. • You can’t turn off the power during recording. You must stop recording before you can turn off the power. 7. Press [ ] to stop recording. The REC indicator will go out. The display will show the file that was recorded (p. 25). fig.song.eps_80 • To pause, press [ ]. To disengage pause and resume recording, press [ ] once again. • A file name such as R05_0001.WAV will be created automatically. The 0001 portion will be the number following the highest-numbered file that exists. • If the Recorder Setup parameter File Name is set to “Date,” the date and time of recording will be the file name “Settings for the R-05” (p. 89). 8. Press [ ] to play back the recorded file. “Basic Playback Operation” (p. 63) 39 Recording Specifying the Recording Quality You can specify the audio quality with which the recording will be made. The audio quality setting is a combination of the sampling rate and the Rec Mode. The audio quality will affect the size of the file, and will also affect the length of time over which recording can take place with an SD card. Consider whether audio quality or length of recording are more important for your situation, and choose the quality that’s appropriate for you. “Recording Settings for Various Situations” (p. 58) Sampling Rate (Default in bold) Higher sampling rates will provide higher audio quality. You’ll need to use a high sampling rate if you want to accurately reproduce the high-frequency range. • Higher sampling rate settings will increase the size of the file, and will shorten the available recording time. • If you are recording audio material that you’ll be editing into a video production, we recommend that you use the 48 kHz sampling rate. • The R-05 is not able to convert the sampling rate of a recorded file. If the sampling rate is 88.2 kHz or 96.0 kHz, you cannot choose MP3 or WAV+MP3 as the Rec Mode (p. 41). Sampling rate value 44.1kHz 48.0kHz 88.2kHz 96.0kHz 40

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Recording 1. Press [MENU] to access the “Menu” screen, use [ ]/[ ] to select “Recorder Setup,” and press [ ]. fig.recoedersetting.eps_80 2. Use [ ]/[ ] to change the Sampling Rate setting. ig.setsamplingrate.eps_80 42 Setting the Sampling Rate and Rec Mode 3. Use [ ]/[ ] to move the cursor to Rec Mode, and use [ ]/[ ] to change the Rec Mode setting. Mode, and use [ ]/[ ] to change the Rec Mode setting. fig 4. Press [MENU] twice to return to the main screen.

R-05-e.book 42 ページ 2010年2月19日 金曜日 午後4時55分 If WAV+MP3 is selected, this setting is fixed at WAV-16 bit and MP3-128 kbps. R-05-e.book 43 ページ 2010年2月19日 金曜日 午後4時55分 Recording Approximate Recording Times The following table shows the approximate recording times that an SD card will allow. Recordable time (approximate) Units: minutes Rec Mode SD card capacity 2GB 4GB 8GB 16GB 32GB WAV • The recording times listed above are approximate. They may differ depending on the specifications of the card. If multiple files are recorded, the total recording time may be less than these listed times. • The maximum recordable size of a single file is 2 GB. WAV (24 bit/96 kHz) 55 110 220 450 900 WAV (24 bit/88.2 kHz) 60 120 240 490 980 WAV (24 bit/48 kHz) 110 220 440 900 1800 WAV (24 bit/44.1 kHz) 120 240 480 980 1950 WAV (16 bit/96 kHz) 80 160 320 670 1350 WAV (16 bit/88.2 kHz) 88 176 352 735 1470 WAV (16 bit/48 kHz) 166 332 664 1350 2700 WAV (16 bit/44.1 kHz) 180 360 720 1470 2950 MP3 MP3 (320 kbps/44.1 kHz) 797 1540 3080 6450 12950 MP3 (128 kbps/44.1 kHz) 1993 3990 7980 16180 32350 WAV+MP3 WAV (16 bit/48 kHz) +MP3 (128 kbps/48 kHz) 152 305 610 1240 2490 WAV (16 bit/44.1 kHz) +MP3 (128 kbps/44.1 kHz) 165 330 660 1345 2690 43

Recording The R-05 is designed to let you record a wide range of sounds. By adjusting the recording level (volume) appropriately for the source you’re recording, you’ll be able to record with optimal quality. The basic principle when adjusting the level is to get the level as high as possible without allowing distortion to occur. This principle applies whether you’re using the built-in mics, an external mic, or LINE IN. Manually adjusting the recording level You can’t adjust the recording level if AGC is on. 1. Point the R-05’s mics toward the source you’ll be recording. 2. In the main screen, press [ ] so the REC indicator is blinking. The R-05 is in recording-standby mode. 3. On the audio source you’ll be recording, play the sounds that you actually intend to record. 44 If you’re going to record a musical performance such as an instrument or vocal, you should play the loudest passage of the song. 4. While the sound plays, use INPUT [+] [–] to adjust the recording level a little at a time. If necessary, change the setting of the [MIC GAIN] switch (p. 47). The higher the level at which the sound is being captured, the farther toward the right the level meter will move. Use INPUT [+] [–] to adjust the level so that the sound is captured at as high a level as possible. However, don’t allow the PEAK indicator to light; this indicates that the input volume is excessive.

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Adjusting the Recording Level The level meter will move according to the loudness of the sound being input to the R-05. fig.inputlevel-test.eps_80

R-05-e.book 45 ページ 2010年2月19日 金曜日 午後4時55分 Recording If the PEAK indicator lights, this means that the input has exceeded the maximum volume that can be recorded by the R-05; i.e., the input is “clipping.” Sound that’s recorded in this condition will be distorted. fig.level-e.eps Use INPUT [+] [–] to adjust the level so that even the loudest passages do not cause the PEAK indicator to light; i.e., so that clipping does not occur. If you’re recording a song, make sure that clipping does not occur during the climax of a vocal or during a fortissimo passage of an instrumental performance. When you’ve finished adjusting the level, press [ ] once again to start recording. • To stop recording, press [ ]; you’ll return to the main screen. The level setting will be preserved, so you can press [ ] once again to Clipping level exceeded Waveform is clipped, distorting the sound start recording at the same recording level. • When using the INPUT [+] [–] buttons, you Level range recordable by the R-05 might hear a slight noise when the recording level changes; this does not indicate a malfunction. Using the rehearsal function You can use the rehearsal function to automatically set the appropriate recording level based on the audio that is input during the specified length of time.You can’t use the rehearsal function if AGC is on. Clipping PEAK indicator lit Input audio waveform Recorded waveform 45

Recording 1. Press [MENU] to access the “Menu” screen, use [ ]/[ ] to select “Input Setup,” and then press [ ]. fig.recoedersetting.eps_80 2. Use [ ]/[ ] to move the cursor to the Rehearsal Time setting, and use [ ]/[ ] to specify the time. fig3. Press [MENU] twice to return to the main screen. 46 R-05-e.book 46 ページ 2010年2月19日 金曜日 午後4時55分 (Default in bold) Setting Manual 30sec 1min 3min 5min 4. Point the mic toward the source you want to record, and press [REHEARSAL]. fig The recording level will automatically be set according to the loudest volume that occurs during the specified Rehearsal Time. At the same time, the unit will also perform a test to determine the appropriate sensitivity for the mic. When the setting is completed, the R-05 will enter recording-standby mode. If the Rehearsal Time is set to MANUAL, press [REHEARSAL] once again to finish the rehearsal. A message such as the following will appear if the setting of the [GAIN] switch on the rear panel does not match the appropriate mic sensitivity, as detected by the unit. In such cases, you need to change the switch’s setting as directed.

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“Setting the Mic Sensitivity” (p. 47) fig If you press the [REHEARSAL] button once again during the specified Rehearsal Time, the recording level will be set according to the maximum volume that was input up to that point. If you’re recording music such as an instrumental or vocal performance, you should play the loudest portion of the song. Set the rear panel [MIC GAIN] switch to adjust the mic sensitivity appropriately for the loudness of the sound you’re recording. figH is high sensitivity, and L is low sensitivity. Use the L setting when recording loud sounds, and the H setting when recording soft sounds. “Recording Settings for Various Situations” (p. 58) Setting the Mic Sensitivity 47 Recording Using Limiter or AGC Use the [LIMITER] switch on the rear panel to switch the Limiter or AGC (Auto Gain Control) on/off. Normally, you can leave this off. figThe Limiter is a function that compresses the recording level when the input sound becomes too loud, thus preventing distortion. AGC increases the recording level if the input is low, and decreases the level if the input is too high, thus recording at a consistent level. This allows recording at a consistent volume during a meeting that might include people who are distant or nearby, and both loud voices and soft voices. If you record an instrumental performance or music with Limiter/AGC turned on, the performance will be recorded with the natural 48 dynamics “flattened,” impairing the natural expressiveness of the music. If you want to record the sound with its natural dynamics intact, leave the Limiter/AGC turned off. • You can’t adjust the recording level if AGC is on. • You can’t use the rehearsal function if AGC is on.

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Setting the function of the [LIMITER] switch 1. Press [MENU] to access the “Menu” screen, use [ ]/[ ] to select “Input Setup,” and press [ ]. fig.recoedersetting.eps_80 2. Use [ ]/[ ] to move the cursor to the Limiter/AGC setting, and use [ ]/[ ] to select either Limiter or AGC. fig.recoedersetting.eps_80 3. Press [MENU] twice to return to the main screen. If AGC is on, INPUT [+] [–] is disabled, and you won’t be able to adjust the recording level manually. By turning on the [LOW CUT] switch on the rear panel, you can cut the low range below a specified frequency. figNormally, you can leave this off. If you have problems with low-frequency noise, such as the wind noise that is often present in outdoor recordings, the rumble from automobiles or machines, or vibration, you may be able to reduce this noise by cutting the low-frequency range. If you have problems with the breath noise or muffled tone that can occur when recording a vocal, cutting the low-frequency range will give you a more crisp recording. Cutting the Low-Frequency Range 49 Recording Setting the frequency at which to cut 1. Press [MENU] to access the “Menu” screen, use [ ]/[ ] to select “Input Setup,” and press [ ]. fig.recoedersetting.eps_80 2. Use [ ]/[ ] to move the cursor to the Low Cut Freq. setting, and use [ ]/[ ] to change the setting. 3. Press [MENU] twice to return to the main screen. 50 The R-05 provides a Pre-Rec function that lets you capture the two seconds of sound that preceded the moment you press the record button. Even for situations in which you’re not sure when the desired sound will begin, such as when recording outdoors, this function ensures that you can record without missing the first moments of the sound. 1. Press [MENU] to access the “Menu” screen, fig.recoedersetting.eps_80 Using the Pre-Rec Function

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(Default in bold) 2. Use [ ]/[ ] to move the cursor to the Pre-Rec setting, and use [ ]/[ ] to Setting 100Hz 200Hz 400Hz 2. Use [ ]/[ ] to move the cursor to the Pre-Rec setting, and use [ ]/[ ] to choose “ON.” choose “ON.” ig.setsamplingrate.eps_80

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Using the Auto Rec Start Function By using the Auto Rec Start function, you can have recording start automatically when a specified time has elapsed, or when the recording level exceeds a specified value. 1. Press [MENU] to access the “Menu” screen, use [ ]/[ ] to select “Recorder Setup,” and then press [ ]. fig.recoedersetting.eps_80 2. Use [ ]/[ ] to move the cursor to the Auto Rec Start setting, and use [ ]/[ ] to specify the time after which recording will start or the level at which recording will start. fig 3. Press [MENU] twice to return to the main 4. From the main screen, press [ ] so the REC indicator is blinking. The R-05 will enter recording-standby mode. 5. Press [ ] once again. (Default in bold) Setting Auto Rec Start is not used OFF Time until recording starts 2sec 5sec 10sec 2sec 5sec 10sec Level at which recording starts Level1 (-60dB) Level2 (-30dB) Level3 (-20dB) Level1 (-60dB) Level2 (-30dB) Level3 (-20dB) Level1 (-60dB) Level2 (-30dB) Level3 (-20dB) Level1 (-60dB) Level2 (-30dB) Level3 (-20dB)

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Recording Recording Instruments or Vocals Using the Built-in Mics fig.mic-LR.eps_90 L R The built-in mics are stereo. The mic on the right side of the R-05 will record the right (R) channel, and the mic on the left side will record the left (L) channel. • To avoid acoustic feedback (a whine or howling sound), do not connect external speakers when you’re recording via a mic. • The built-in mics cannot be used if a mic or device is connected to the MIC jack or LINE IN jack. If you want to use the built-in mics, don’t connect anything to the MIC jack or LINE IN jack. Using an External Mic Stereo mic L R 52 If you want to use headphones to hear the sound while you’re recording it, you’ll need to make settings for monitoring while recording. “Settings for the R-05” (p. 89) fig.conmic-LRa-e.eps A dynamic mic or a condenser mic of the type designed for connection to a computer’s mic jack can be used with the R-05. • The input from the MIC jack will be ignored if a device or cable is connected to the LINE IN jack. Don’t connect anything to the LINE IN jack if you’re using an external mic.

R-05-e.book 52 ページ 2010年2月19日 金曜日 午後4時55分 R-05-e.book 53 ページ 2010年2月19日 金曜日 午後4時55分 Recording • To avoid acoustic feedback (a whine or howling sound), do not connect external speakers when you’re recording via a mic. • To prevent malfunction and/or damage to speakers or other devices, always turn down the volume, and turn off the power on all devices before making any connections. Settings for the type of mic you’re using External mic type setting Here’s how to switch the mono/stereo setting as appropriate for the mic that’s connected to the MIC jack.If you’re using a monaural mic, and record with the external mic type set to STEREO, only the L channel will be recorded. If you use the monaural setting, the same sound will be recorded on the L and R channels. 1. Press [MENU] to access the “Menu” screen, use [ ]/[ ] to choose “Input Setup,” and then press [ ]. fig.recoedersetting.eps_80 2. Use [ ]/[ ] to move the cursor to the EXT Mic Type setting, and use [ ]/[ ] to choose either MONO or STEREO. fig.recoedersetting.eps_80 (Default in bold) Setting STEREO MONO If the external mic is stereo (p. 92) If the external mic is monaural (p. 92) 53 Recording Plug-in Power setting Turn this setting “ON” if you’re using a plug-in powered mic; turn it “OFF” if you’re using a mic that uses a battery or does not require a plug-in power supply. 1. Press [MENU] to access the “Menu” screen, use [ ]/[ ] to choose “Input Setup,” and then press [ ]. fig.recoedersetting.eps_80 2. Use [ ]/[ ] to move the cursor to the Plug-in Power setting, and use [ ]/[ ] to choose ON or OFF. 54 R-05-e.book 54 ページ 2010年2月19日 金曜日 午後4時55分 (Default in bold) Setting OFF Dynamic mic, or condenser mic with an internal battery ON Plug-in powered condenser mic fig.recoedersetting.eps_80 If you’ve connected a dynamic mic or a mic that has an internal battery, you must turn Plug-In Power OFF. Using the wrong setting may damage your equipment. About dynamic mics This type of mic is rugged, and is suitable for recording vocals and instruments. It does not require a power supply. About condenser mics This type of mic features high sensitivity, and is suitable for recording lower-level sounds such as acoustic instruments and conferences. It requires power to be supplied from a battery or via plug-in power. R-05-e.book 55 ページ 2010年2月19日 金曜日 午後4時55分 Recording In addition to recording instrumental performances or voice memos via a mic, the R-05 lets you use the LINE IN jack to record sound from a cassette or CD. • The mic input will automatically be turned off if you connect a device or cable to the LINE IN jack. If you input sound via the LINE IN jack as well as the MIC jack, only the sound from the line input will be recorded. • When connection cables with resistors are used, the volume level of equipment connected to the inputs (LINE IN) may be low. If this happens, use connection cables that do not contain resistors. • If you want to record from a connected record player, you’ll need to obtain a phono equalizer separately. Recording from a Cassette or CD In this example, we’ll explain how the sound from an CD player can be recorded into the R-05. fig.cdin.eps_60 Using the LINE IN Jack LINE IN jack To the line output jacks of the CD player 1. Connect your CD player. Use an audio cable to connect your CD player’s line output jacks to the R-05’s LINE IN jack. 2. Adjust the recording level. Adjust the recording level while playing back the desired song on your CD player. When you’ve finished adjusting the recording level, set your player back to the beginning of the song you’ll be recording. 55

Recording You can split the file during recording. If you’ve split the file, it will be easy to start playback from a division point. When you’re making a continuous recording for an extended period of time, you may find it desirable to split the file at points that will be convenient for searching. Splitting manually 1. Start recording. 2. Press [SPLIT] at the moment you want to split the file. fig.split-2.epsThe file will be split at the point you press the button. 3. Press [ ] to stop recording. 56 The R-05 can automatically split the file when the currently recorded file reaches a specified size, or when the recording level falls below a specified value. By default, this is set to automatically split the file when the file size reaches 2 GB. 1. Press [MENU] to access the “Menu” screen, use [ ]/[ ] to choose “Recorder Setup,” and then press [ ]. fig.recoedersetting.eps_80 2. Use [ ]/[ ] to move the cursor to the Split Type setting, and use [ ]/[ ] to choose the file size or the recording level at which the file is to be automatically split. fig

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R-05-e.book 57 ページ 2010年2月19日 金曜日 午後4時55分 Recording (Default in bold) Setting 3. Press [MENU] twice to return to the main screen. 64MB 128MB Size at which file will be 256MB automatically split 512MB 1GB 2GB • With some SD cards, there are rare cases in which the recording is interrupted. • When carrying out playback on the R-05, it is not possible to play back without an interruption between the preceding and following files; i.e., gapless playback is not supported. • File splitting is possible if at least two seconds Recording level at which file have been recorded in a file. You cannot split will be automatically split files at intervals less than two seconds. Level1 (-60dB) Level2 (-30dB) Level3 (-20dB) 57 Recording Recording Settings for Various Situations Here we’ll explain examples of Recorder Setup settings that are appropriate for various recording situations. Recording Acoustic Instruments • Point the mic directly at the instrument you’re recording so that the recording is not unbalanced toward the left or right channel. Placing the mic close to where the sound is being emitted will give you a brighter and clearer recording. Placing the mic at a distance will capture the sound of the room as well, giving you a more mellow recording. You can use a Rear panel switches MIC GAIN L for loud instruments, H for soft instruments LIMITER OFF LOW CUT OFF separately sold mic stand adaptor to attach the R-05 to a commercially available mic stand. “Menu” screen settings • Set the [MIC GAIN] switch as appropriate for the volume of the instrument. Recorder Setup • If you want to record with good quality for Sampling Rate 44.1 kHz if you’re creating a CD Rec Mode WAV-16 bit or WAV+MP3 Sampling Rate 44.1 kHz if you’re creating a CD Rec Mode WAV-16 bit or WAV+MP3 58 enjoyable musical listening, record to a WAV file. If you’ll be creating a CD, set the sampling rate to 44.1 kHz and set the Rec Mode (p. 42) to WAV-16 bit. If you’re recording a practice session or your own ideas, you can record with the MP3-128 kbps setting. • If you set Rec Mode to WAV+MP3, a high-quality archival master and a compact file for distribution will be recorded simultaneously. • If you set Rec Mode to WAV+MP3, a high-quality archival master and a compact file for distribution will be recorded simultaneously. Recommended settings

R-05-e.book 58 ページ 2010年2月19日 金曜日 午後4時55分 R-05-e.book 59 ページ 2010年2月19日 金曜日 午後4時55分 Recording • Point the mic directly at the center of the vocalist’s face so that the recording is not unbalanced toward the left or right channel. The vocalist should avoid moving their head to the left or right while singing. • If breath noise is a problem, aiming the mic slightly downward from the center will help. Use of the included windscreen may also prove effective. • If the tone is muffled, turning on LOW CUT (p. 49) will produce a crisper sound and will also reduce breath noise. You’ll probably want to cut the sound below 100 Hz. • Record using WAV if you’re going to create a CD or high-quality archival recording, or MP3 if the recording is just a song writing memo. • You can audition the recorded sound with reverb applied. Plate reverb is often used for vocals, but you can try various settings to your taste. “Applying Reverb to the Playback” (p. 68) Recording Vocals Recommended settings Rear panel switches MIC GAIN H LIMITER OFF LOW CUT ON if breath noise or muffled sound is a problem “Menu” screen settings Recorder Setup Sampling Rate 44.1 kHz if you’re creating a CD Rec Mode WAV-16 bit or MP3-128 kbps Player Setup Rev Type PLATE Rev Depth 5–10 Input Setup Low cut filter cutoff 100Hz 59 Recording Recording a Band • A band’s performance is louder than everyday sounds. Set the [MIC GAIN] switch to L. • When you set the recording level, make adjustments during the loudest section of the song. You can use the rehearsal function to automatically set the appropriate recording level. • In a practice room, the instruments are typically placed around the edge of the room facing into Rear panel switches MIC GAIN L LIMITER OFF LOW CUT OFF the center. In order to record all instruments at a good balance, place the mic in the center of the “Menu” screen settings room, at approximately table-top height to get the best sound. Placing the mic on the floor will Recorder Setup produce a muffled sound with excessive low frequencies; placing the mic at a high location will fail to capture the lows, producing a thin sound. • If you turn the Auto Rec Start function on, you won’t have to press [ ]; recording will start automatically when the band begins playing. Choose a setting of Level 1–Level 3. Sampling Rate 44.1 kHz if you’re creating a CD Rec Mode WAV-16 bit or WAV+MP3 Auto Rec Start Level1–Level3 Input Setup Rehearsal Time 30sec–5min 60 R-05-e.book 60 ページ 2010年2月19日 金曜日 午後4時55分 • If you set Rec Mode to WAV+MP3, a high-quality archival master and a compact file for distribution will be recorded simultaneously. Recommended settings R-05-e.book 61 ページ 2010年2月19日 金曜日 午後4時55分 Recording • Set the [MIC GAIN] switch appropriately for the source you’re recording. Choose the H setting if you’re recording relatively soft sounds such as birds, insects, or a rustling stream. Choose the L setting if you’re making a close-up recording of a loud source, such as a passing train or an airplane taking off or landing. • If wind noise is a problem, attach the included wind screen. Since wind noise is largely low- frequency components, turning [LOW CUT] on will also reduce it. However, this will cut the low- frequency portion, so it’s not suitable if you want to capture the powerful low-frequency sounds as well. • If you’re not able to come close to the target you’re recording, using an external mic can allow you to point the mic even where you can’t reach. The separately sold stereo mic (CS-15) is designed to pick up only the sounds in the region toward which the mic is pointed, allowing you to capture just the desired sound. • If you turn Pre-Rec (p. 50) on, recording will start two seconds earlier than the moment you actually press [ ]. This means that you won’t miss the beginning of that perfect sound. Recording Outdoors • If you’ll be using the sound together with images in a DVD production, choose 48 kHz as the sampling rate. Recommended settings Rear panel switches MIC GAIN H for soft sounds, L for loud sounds LIMITER OFF LOW CUT ON if wind noise is a problem “Menu” screen settings Recorder Setup Sampling Rate 44.1 or 48.0 Rec Mode WAV-16 bit or MP3-128 kbps Pre-Rec ON Input Setup Set appropriately for your mic EXT Mic Type type (STEREO if using the CS-15) Plug-in Power Set appropriately for your mic type (ON if using the CS-15) Low cut filter cutoff 100Hz 61 Recording • To ensure that the comments of all participants are recorded consistently, place the R-05 in the center of the table. Set the [MIC GAIN] switch to H if you’re recording sounds that are at a typical conversational level. • If you turn AGC on, the level will be automatically adjusted according to the loudness of the speaker’s voice, ensuring that the recording will be consistent even for people with a softer voice or who are at a distance. However, turning on AGC (p. 48) will also boost faint low-frequency background sounds such as an operating air conditioner, capturing these unwanted sounds as well. If so, turn [LOW CUT] on to reduce the unwanted low-frequency noise while capturing the voices more clearly. • Since the purpose is to create a record of the comments by each participant, the audio quality of the recording is not of primary importance. Choose MP3 as the recording mode to keep the file size small even for an extended recording. Recording a Meeting Recommended settings Rear panel switches MIC GAIN H LIMITER ON LOW CUT ON “Menu” screen settings Recorder Setup Sampling Rate 44.1kHz Rec Mode MP3-128 kbps or lower Limiter/AGC AGC Input Setup Low cut filter cutoff 200Hz 62 R-05-e.book 62 ページ 2010年2月19日 金曜日 午後4時55分 R-05-e.book 63 ページ 2010年2月19日 金曜日 午後4時55分 Playback

Basic Playback Operation ig.sousa-1.eps_70 Play / Pause Rewind / Move to previous song (beginning of song) 1. Access the main screen. Fast-forward / Move to next song Stop 3. Press [ ] to play the file. During playback, you can hold down [ ] to rewind, or [ ] to fast-forward. Normal playback will resume when you release the button. For some types of SD card, the data reading speed may not keep up when rewinding or fast- forwarding during playback, causing the rewind or fast-forward operation to stop. If this occurs, press [ ] to stop playback. Then play back once again. For some types of SD card, the data reading speed may not keep up when rewinding or fast- forwarding during playback, causing the rewind or fast-forward operation to stop. If this occurs, press [ ] to stop playback. Then play back once again. 2. Use [ ]/[ ] to select the file that you want to play. If the display indicates “No Song,” the current folder contains no files that the R-05 can play back. If the display indicates “No Card,” no SD card has been inserted. 4. Use VOL [+] [–] to adjust the volume. 5. Press [ ] to stop playback. 63

Playback You can specify how the files will be played. In addition to playing files consecutively from the first file, you can play just the selected file, or play files in an automatically determined order (shuffle play). 1. Press [MENU] to access the “Menu” screen, use [ ]/[ ] to choose “Player Setup,” and then press [ ]. fig.recoedersetting.eps_80 2. Use [ ]/[ ] to select the Play Mode setting. fig.recoedersetting.eps_80 64 R-05-e.book 64 ページ 2010年2月19日 金曜日 午後4時55分 Play Mode and Repeat Settings 3. Use [ ]/[ ] to move the cursor to the Repeat setting, and use [ ]/[ ] to turn Repeat on/off. fig.recoedersetting.eps_80 (Default in bold) Setting SINGLE (play one file) SEQUENTIAL (play in order) SHUFFLE (shuffle play) (Default in bold) Setting OFF (don’t play repeatedly) ON (play repeatedly)

R-05-e.book 65 ページ 2010年2月19日 金曜日 午後4時55分 Playback The following table shows the possible combinations of these settings. If you use SHUFFLE with Repeat turned on, the files will play in shuffled order, and then played again in the same shuffled order. If you want to re-shuffle the order, press [ ] and then press [ ] once again. File sorting order The files are displayed in alphabetical order of the following characters. This order is not the order in (Default in bold) Play Mode Repeat Explanation which the files were recorded. (space) ! # $ % & ' ( ) + , – . 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 ; = @ SINGLE OFF Play only one file and then stop A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z ] ^ _ ` ON Play one file repeatedly a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z { } Double-byte characters SEQUENTIAL • File names starting with “.” are not shown. • Files having a file name extension of anything other than .WAV or .MP3 are not shown. • The file names shown in the display do not correspond to the ID3 tags of the MP3 files. OFF Play sequentially then stop and ON Play sequentially repeatedly SHUFFLE OFF Shuffle play and then stop ON Shuffle play repeatedly 65

Playback The AB Repeat function lets you repeatedly play a specified portion of a file. You can use this to repeatedly hear a section of interest. 1. Press [ ] to play the file. 2. Specify the beginning of the repeat (point A). During playback, press [ ]. That point will be the beginning (point A) of the repeated portion. 3. Specify the end of the repeat (point B). Press [ ] once again. That point will be the end (point B) of the repeated portion. 66 R-05-e.book 66 ページ 2010年2月19日 金曜日 午後4時55分 Repeatedly Playing a Portion of a File A B Song A Set point A A B Song A B Set point B A B Song Cancelling the setting • If point A and point B are already specified, pressing [ A B ] will clear the point A and B settings. • To stop playback, press [ ]. The repeat playback settings (points A and B) will be retained, but playback will stop. • If you’ve set point A and do not set point B before playback reaches the end of the file, playback will repeat between point A and the end of the file. • The repeat settings will be cancelled if you use [ ]/[ ] to select another file.

R-05-e.book 67 ページ 2010年2月19日 金曜日 午後4時55分 Playback Changing the Playback Speed Selecting the Playback Speed You can make the playback faster or slower without 1. Hold down [SPEED] for several seconds. changing the pitch. The currently specified playback speed value is 1. Press [SPEED]. shown. The indication [SPD] will be highlighted in the 2. Specify the desired playback speed. lower part of the screen, and the playback speed fig.recoedersetting.eps_80 will change. Press [SPEED] once again to return to normal speed playback. • You can’t change the playback speed when While the playback speed is shown, you can use playing a file with a sampling rate of 88.2 kHz [ ]/[ ] to change the playback speed or 96 kHz. setting. • Changing the playback speed by a large amount will affect the tonal character. • You can’t change the playback speed if you’ve (Default in bold) Setting 50, 60, 70, 80, 90, 110, 120, 130, 140, 150 (%) applied the reverb effect (p. 68). 67

Playback You can apply reverb when playing back a file on the R-05. The reverb effect simulates the reverberation that is characteristic of a performance in a large hall or other space. • You can’t record the sound with reverb applied. Nor can you apply reverb to the monitored sound during recording. • You can’t apply reverb to the playback of a file whose sampling rate is 88.2 kHz or 96 kHz. • You can’t apply reverb if you’ve changed the playback speed (p. 67) 1. Press [REVERB]. “REV” will be highlighted in the screen, and the reverb effect will be applied. Press [REVERB] once again to cancel the reverb effect. 68 R-05-e.book 68 ページ 2010年2月19日 金曜日 午後4時55分 Applying Reverb to the Playback Applying Reverb Changing the Type of Reverb You can choose the desired type of reverb. These settings can simulate a variety of acoustic spaces. Type Effect HALL1 Simulates the reverberation of a concert hall. This produces mild, spacious, and long reverberation. HALL2 Hall 2 produces a shorter reverberation than Hall 1. ROOM Simulates the reverberation of a room. This produces a bright, short reverberation that is typical of a club or studio. PLATE Simulates the reverberation produced by a plate reverb unit (a reverb device that uses the vibration of a metal plate). This produces a metallic reverberation with an extended high-frequency range.

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1. Hold down [REVERB] for several seconds. The currently specified reverb type is shown. 2. While the reverb type is shown, use [ ]/ [ ] to change the setting. The reverb type will change. fig.recoedersetting.eps_80 The R-05 can play back the following types of files. Types of Files that can be Played Sampling rate (kHz) Sample size (bits) WAV 32.0, 44.1, 48.0, 88.2, 96.0 16, 24 Sampling rage (kHz) Bit rate MP3 32.0, 44.1, 48.0 32 – 320kbps, VBR

What is VBR? VBR stands for Variable Bit Rate, which uses a lower bit rate when the sound is less dense and a higher bit rate when the sound is more dense. 69 R-05-e.book 70 ページ 2010年2月19日 金曜日 午後4時55分 70Connecting to Your Computer By using a USB cable to connect the R-05 to your computer, you can transfer files from the R-05’s SD card into your computer and use them in your music software. You can also transfer files from your computer to the R-05 and play them back on the R-05. “Types of Files that can be Played” (p. 69) 1. Start up your computer. 2. Make sure that an SD card is inserted in the R-05’s SD card slot. “Inserting an SD Card” (p. 32) 3. Switch on the R-05’s power (p. 26). 4. Press either [FINDER] or [MENU] several times to access the main screen. 5. Use the included USB cable to connect the R-05 to your computer. USB connector Grasp the base of the connector when making connections. Connecting the R-05 to Your Computer To the computer’s USB connector • When connecting the USB cable to your computer, grasp the base of the connector, and avoid touching the metallic portion of the plug. • If you connect the R-05 to your computer with no SD card inserted, the R-05’s display will indicate “No Card.” • The R-05 will not be recognized if you connect it to your computer when the “Menu” screen is shown, or during playback or recording. Disconnect the USB cable that’s between the R-05 and your computer, and perform the procedure again from step 3. R-05-e.book 71 ページ 2010年2月19日 金曜日 午後4時55分 Connecting to Your Computer • The R-05’s various functions are unavailable in the “USB” screen when connected to a computer. Operations of the buttons or switches will be ignored. • If your computer displays the message “Insert a disk with this type of file ...”, click [Cancel]. After a while, the computer will detect the R-05, and the R-05’s display will show the “USB” screen. Your computer will recognize the R-05’s SD card in the following way. 6. You can copy WAV files or MP3 files from the R-05 to your computer, or from your computer to the R-05. To copy files, use your computer to drag and drop them. Windows Appears in My Computer or Explorer under a name such as removable disk. Mac OS Appears on the desktop with a name such as NO NAME. 71 72Connecting to Your Computer Here’s how to disconnect the R-05 from your computer. You must use the following procedure to end the connection before you disconnect the USB cable.Do not switch off the R-05’s power, disconnect the USB cable, or remove the SD card while the R-05 is connected to your computer. 1. Access the “Safely Remove Hardware” dialog box. In the Windows task tray, double-click the Safely Remove Hardware icon. R-05-e.book 72 ページ 2010年2月19日 金曜日 午後4時55分 Disconnecting from Your Computer Windows Vista/XP/2000/Me 2. In the list of hardware devices shown, choose the item corresponding to the R-05. Windows Vista USB mass storage device Windows XP, 2000 USB mass storage device Windows Me USB disk 3. In the dialog box, click [Stop]. 4. Click [OK]. When the stop hardware device dialog box appears, choose the item corresponding to the R-05’s SD card, and click [OK]. 5. Disconnect the connection. When you see the message “The device (or USB disk) can now be safely removed from the computer,” you can disconnect the USB cable that’s between the R-05 and your computer. R-05-e.book 73 ページ 2010年2月19日 金曜日 午後4時55分 Connecting to Your Computer Windows 7 1. In the Windows task tray, click icon, and then icon. 2. Click on the message “Eject WAV/MP3 recorder R-05” appears above the task tray. 3. When you see the message “Safe to Remove the Hardware”, you can disconnect the USB cable that's between the R-05 and your computer. 1. Drag “NO NAME” into the trash in the dock. fig.macr-1.eps_40When you drag to the location of the trash at the right edge of the dock, the trash can will change to , allowing you to stop the connection. 2. Stop the connection. When the “NO NAME” or “Unnamed” icon disappears from the desktop, you can disconnect the USB cable that’s between the R-05 and your computer. Alternatively, you can switch off the R-05’s power. Mac OS * This screen shot was taken from Mac OS 10.4. * The display might be different depending on your system. 73 R-05-e.book 74 ページ 2010年2月19日 金曜日 午後4時55分 74Handling Files and Folders The R-05 stores audio files on the SD card. The “Finder” screen provides various functions for listing, deleting, or copying these files. You can also create folders and move files between folders to manage your data. File structure on the R-05’s SD card fig Root➝ Top level of the R-05 R05_0001.WAV Use [ ]/[ ] to change the selected file Press [ ] to enter a folder Press [ ] to leave a folder R05_0003.WAV Folder2 R05_0002.WAV • You can rename a file or folder. R05_0002.WAV ➝ “Renaming a File” (p. 79) Files ➝ R05_0003.WAV R05_0004.MP3 R05_0005.MP3 • You can create a folder in a desired location. ➝ “Creating a Folder” (p. 87) Folders ➝ Folder1 R05_0001.WAV R05_0002.WAV R05_0001.MP3 R-05-e.book 75 ページ 2010年2月19日 金曜日 午後4時55分 Handling Files and Folders Basic OperationMove the cursor up Confirm 1. Press [FINDER] to access the “Finder” screen, use [ ]/[ ] to select a file or folder, and then press [ ]. fig.song-select.eps_80 To make a selection from inside a folder (a lower folder), select that folder and press [ ]. To Access the Finder screen Access the Menu screen select a higher folder, press [ ]. 2. Use [ ]/[ ] to select a function, and If the finder screen is If the menu screen is press [ ]. shown, cancels the shown, cancels the ig.select.eps_80operation or returns operation or returns to the previous screen to the previous screen Change the value (-) Change the value (+) Move the cursor Move the cursor to the left to the right Move the cursor down Do not turn off the power or remove the SD card while the following screen is shown. ig.select.eps_80 75 R-05-e.book 76 ページ 2010年2月19日 金曜日 午後4時55分 76Handling Files and Folders Operations in the “Finder” screen Function Selection Result Procedure Select File Selects the file and moves to the main screen. p. 77 Folder Selects the folder and moves to the main screen. Information File Shows information about the file. Alternatively, protects the file name. p. 77 Folder Shows information about the file. Delete File Deletes the file. p. 78 Folder Deletes the folder. Rename File Renames the file. p. 79 Folder Renames the folder. Move File Moves the file. p. 80 Copy File Copies the file. p. 81 Divide File Splits the file. p. 82 Combine File Joins the file. p. 83 Trim File Deletes the beginning and end of the file. p. 84 MP3 Convert File Converts a WAV file into MP3. p. 85 Repair File Repairs the file. * This menu item is shown only if the R-05 has detected a damaged file. p. 86 Make Folder Folder, Directory Creates a new folder. p. 87 R-05-e.book 77 ページ 2010年2月19日 金曜日 午後4時55分 Handling Files and Folders Opening a File Viewing Information about the File Here’s how to select and play a file from the list of 1. In the “Finder” screen, select a file or folder. recorded files. When you select a folder, the current location will change to the selected folder, and you can use the 2. Select “Information.” The information will be displayed. main screen to choose files from within the selected fig.setprotect.eps_80 folder. You can also record into the selected folder. 1. In the “Finder” screen, select a file or folder. 2. Choose “Select.” You will return to the main screen with that file or folder selected. Displayed information File or folder name Date (date of creation) Write protect setting (on/off) Type (Rec Mode) Sampling Rate Size 77 78Handling Files and Folders Protecting a file (Protect) You can protect a file so that it cannot be erased or renamed accidentally. Use [ ]/[ ] to turn the Protect setting on/off. If you turn Protect on, a lock icon is displayed. fig.key.eps_80 3. Press [FINDER] three times to return to the main screen. R-05-e.book 78 ページ 2010年2月19日 金曜日 午後4時55分 1. In the “Finder” screen, select a file or folder. 2. Choose “Delete.” 3. When the confirmation screen appears, press [ ] to confirm the operation. fig.delete-sure.eps_80 If you decide to cancel, press [FINDER] before you press [ ]. 4. Press [FINDER] to return to the main screen. Deleting a File R-05-e.book 79 ページ 2010年2月19日 金曜日 午後4時55分 Handling Files and Folders

Renaming a File 1. In the “Finder” screen, select a file or folder. 2. Choose “Rename.” 3. Use [ ]/[ ] to move the cursor to the position of the character that you want to change. fig.rename-3-1.eps_80 4. Use [ ]/[ ] to change the character, and press [ ] to confirm your choice. fig.rename-3-2.eps_80 • On the R-05, you can only rename file names that consist of ASCII characters (single-byte alphanumeric characters). You cannot rename a file name that contains double-byte characters such as Japanese. Characters that can be used (space) ! # $ % & ' ( ) + , – . 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 ; = @ A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z ] ^ _ ` a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z { } • Press [REVERB] to insert a space, and press [SPEED] to delete a character. • If you decide to cancel, press [FINDER] before pressing [ ]. • If an identical name already exists, the display will indicate “Already Exists.” Please specify a different name. 79

80Handling Files and Folders 1. In the “Finder” screen, select a file. 2. Choose “Move.” 3. Use [ ]/[ ] to select the move destination, and then press [ ]. fig R-05-e.book 80 ページ 2010年2月19日 金曜日 午後4時55分 Moving a File • If you select “Root,” the file will be moved to the top level (the root folder) of the R-05’s card. If you select a folder, the file will be moved into that folder. • If you want to select a folder that’s inside a folder (i.e., a lower-level folder), select that folder and then press [ ]. To select a higher-level folder, press [ ]. • If you decide to cancel, press [FINDER] before pressing [ ]. “File structure on the R-05’s SD card” (p. 74) You can’t perform the Move operation if there’s insufficient free space on the SD card. 4. Press [FINDER] to return to the main screen.


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