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Akai DD8 Timecode Chase Set Up
To set up a DD8 for timecode chase you will:
A) Set sample rate and clock source
B) Set timecode rate and timecode display
C) Set machine to 'Play' mode
D) Set machine to chase
E) Set varispeed rate if needed
F) Set remote control and RS422 options if needed
ENTER SYSTEM MENU by pressing "System" button on front panel.
A) Set sample rate and clock source: Under "DIGI" menu, you will find sample rate and clock
source. Select the parameter you wish to modify, use +/- keys to adjust. Press "EXIT" when
done
B) Set timecode rate and timecode display: Under SYNC menu you will find timecode rate
settings. Select proper settings. Under DISPLAY menu you will find timecode display settings.
Set to same rate as timecode setting.
EXIT SYSTEM MENU by pressing "System" button.
C) Set DD8 in play mode by pressing PLAY button located near track arm keys.
D) Send timecode to DD8, press SYNC button located near track arm keys when you want
machine to chase.
E) If varispeed is desired, those options will be found under the "SPEED" menu.
F) If remote control and/or RS422 control is desired, From system menu, hit MORE button.
Under REMOTE you will find options for Akai's Aknet and RS422 options. For stand alone
timecode chase be certain to set RS422 to "off".
Additionally, you can set refenrence levels under the "LEVELS" menu.
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