ADAT XT MANUAL PDF

Reference Manual. INTRODUCTION Thank you for purchasing the Alesis ADAT- XT Digital Multitrack Tape Recorder. To take full advantage of the XT’s functions, . User manual for the device Alesis ADAT-XT. Online user manual database. musical instrument, dj equipment manuals, user guides, spec sheets. Alesis ADAT-XT Recording Equipment User Manual. Page 1. Page 2. Page 3. Page 4.

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Page 28 Chapter 3: Entering play or record more willalso thread the tape, if it was previously unthreaded. Instead, use theOperational Reference chapter to look up specific functions and how to access them. The currently selected input mode is indicated inthe lower right sdat of the display: Don’t show me this message again.

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Table of Contents Add to my manuals Add. Auto recording stops and startsrecording automatically at predetermined times. The longer crossfade time allows for asmoother transition and is more useful when punching in new material that is verydifferent from what manjal already on tape, or when punching in low-frequency signals.

The currently selected input mode is indicated in the lower right corner of the display: Spray onto a cloth, then use the cloth to clean the unit. If looking through the Alesis ADAT-XT user manual directly on this website is not convenient for you, there are two possible solutions:.

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OversamplingThe process of taking more samples than is required in order to more accuratelyreconstruct a wdat signal back into analog audio. Basic Operations Be sure the tape is completely rewound.

ECORD The Auto Record function lets you determine exactly where recording should begin and end beforehand, so that the machine automatically takes you in and out of record.

Page 78 Appendix A: XT would cause some phase cancellation when combined with the original signal. The error is caused by the unit losing sync.

Alesis ADAT-XT Reference Manual

Higher speeds result in a higher bandwidth, or an ability torecord high-frequency signals. Basic Audio Hookup Chapter 1: Eight18 bit linear audio, times oversampling, singl Page 89 Appendix D: The VU meters will also show a bar-graph representation of the currentdelay values for all eight tracks.

Page 41 Basic Operations: Locate Points 2 and 3 determine the in and out points. Page 28 Chapter 3: Eight18 bit linear audio, times oversampling, singl. Digital Recording Concepts Digital audio requires lots of numbers to represent an analog version of the same sound.

If you wanted to use the same take of the background vocals of a song from the first chorus for chorus 2 and 3, you could bounce those track s to another machine. Input 3 feeds tracks 3 and 7. Continuous, Momentary and Off.

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To tx the format on a partially formatted tape: They can be analog or digital. BusA bus generally refers to any common signal pathway. Page 43 Basic Operations: These determine what signals will be recorded on the XT.

Alesis Sync Cables are available in threedifferent lengths: A bus generally refers to any common signal pathway. Each Input feeds its own track. The digital representation of the data as stored on tape was therefore inverted relative to manuap analog input i.

The unbalanced input jack wiring convention is as follows: Continuous, Momentary and Off.

In this situation, the XT assumes the tape length to be that of a ST tape. See page 75 for information about cleaning yourheads. AutoReturn and Auto Play. Customers outside theUSA and Canada are not convered by this Limited Warranty and may or may not becovered by independent distributor warranty in the county of sale.

These applications are not broken down into great detail. They can be analog or digital. Locate 0 Chapter 5: