1 EasyStart D3200 Main Features 32 track recorder plus a dedicated stereo master track - a total of 272 virtual tracks! Up to 12 track simultaneous recording in both 16 and 24bit Record / 44.1 or 48kHz, with No Audio Compression New Knob Matrix and ClickPoint interface for fast and easy navigation! 44 channel, 12 buss automated digital mixer (69bit processing) 8-XLR inputs w/ individually switchable phantom power TRS balanced inputs w/26db pads and 48dB trim knobs 4-band fully parametric EQ (2-band shelving EQ on CH.25-32) plus 4 band master EQ Up to 11 simultaneous effects per song: 8 inserts, 2 masters and a final song effect. High quality REMS mic, amp and cabinet effects (56bit) Dynamic Fader and Scene Automation; 100 Scenes per song and extensive digital editing Session Drums drum patterns with tons of real-time control and easy operation Dedicated guitar input and tuner Internal 40 GB IDE hard disk for recording. Internal CD-RW for ripping, mastering and backup Hi-speed USB 2.0 for easy connection to computers backup; import/export WAV files EasyStart CONTENTS Getting Started: D3200 Connections and Navigation 2 Modes and Features Tour 3-5 Creating and Working with a New D3200 Song: Assigning Inputs; Using EQ and Effects 5-6 Recording with Session Drums; Mixing Down and Mastering 7 Burning Audio CDs and Backing up Your Data via USB 8-9 Shortcut Keys; Important D3200 Owner s Manual References 9
2 Getting Started - Connections: 1. First, connect the AC power cable > Make sure that the MONITOR LEVEL knob and PHONES LEVEL knob are turned down first, and then connect audio cables from the MONITOR OUT L/R jacks on the top of the D3200 to your stereo powered monitor system (or connect headphones to the PHONES jack). 2. Press the POWER ON key on the rear panel, and then press the ON key on the top panel. Getting Around on the D3200 In this section, you ll become familiar with navigating the D3200, while getting an overview of the D3200 s most-powerful features. In the second section, you ll create a groovy drum track utilizing the Session Drums, learn the basics of recording, mixing and burning a CD of your song. Complete this first section now, so that you can become familiar with the main modes and navigation. A few words on ClickPoint The D3200 uses a number of new elements to create a fast and flexible navigation system that allows you to quickly select any parameter. These elements include: ClickPoint system Cursor Compass keys ENTER key Tab Page>/YES key <Tab Page /No key VALUE WHEEL and +/- keys The Knob Matrix ClickPoint is basically a fingertip trackball that allows any displayed parameter to be selected by simply moving the on-screen cursor over the parameter and pressing down. Using ClickPoint is not the only way to move the cursor around the screen Four cursor Compass keys representing UP, DOWN, LEFT and RIGHT surround ClickPoint. These keys can also be used to select any displayed parameter. Finally, the <Tab Page/No and Tab Page>/Yes keys allow you to change Tab Pages within the display, or answer YES/NO in an open dialog box without using any cursor action at all. Once selected, the parameter will appear with a dark box outline. Parameters can be adjusted using the VALUE WHEEL as well as the + and keys for precise incremental control. The Knob Matrix The D3200 s Knob Matrix provides 16 real-time control knobs, arranged in four rows and four columns. This arrangement mirrors the onscreen presentation of many parameters four bands of EQ with four knobs per, etc. - providing a truly intuitive design. The Knob Matrix can be assigned to any of a number of parameters EQ, FX, Pan, Send Levels, etc. The Knob Matrix knobs can work in either a Jump or Match mode allowing you to optimize the controllers for a custom feel 2
3 ! The default setting is MATCH. Holding down the JUMP/MATCH key while adjusting a knob or fader temporarily switches to JUMP operation. Settings for the ClickPoint cursor speed and Knob/fader Jump/Match settings can be made in the SYSTEM menu. Press the SYSTEM MIDI key to the right of the display, click the Control tab in the display then make your selections. The D3200 s Transport controls are shown as follows: [ ] = RECORD [ ] = PLAY [ ] = STOP [ ] = REWIND [ ] = FAST FORWARD Modes and Features Tour 1. First, load the demo song: Press the SONG key, and then click the popup button in the display, next to the current song name > Select 001: I d Be A Fool, and then click OK. 2. Click Copy in the display then click Yes and OK when completed. 3. Now to un-protect the copied demo song: Click Protect > Click OFF, and then click OK. Note that the rest of the song edit functions are now visible and accessible in the display. 4. Press the [ ] key to start playback of the demo song. Slowly raise the MONITOR or PHONES level knob to a comfortable listening position. The [METER] key The Meter Track View displays regions of audio, levels for playback tracks, effects, output levels as well as the currently selected virtual tracks, track names and locate points. As the song continues to play 1. Press the METER key located to the left of the top row of Matrix Knobs. 2. You can change this view to display CH-Input, Pre or Post Fader meter levels, and also select your choice of Track or Fader views. Try it: Click the popup button in the upper left corner of the display > under Select View: click FaderView, and then click OK. Now you re viewing meter levels in addition to the Fader and Pan settings for the song! To view tracks 17-32, press the channel selection key (above channel 13 fader). The [CH VIEW] Key This screen displays the settings and status of a single channel. Level, pan, effects, EQ, etc. are all accessible on one page! 1. Press the [ ] key to stop song playback. 2. Press the CH VIEW key (located to the left of the Knob Matrix) > Select different channels by pressings the channel keys above the faders (the selected channel key lights yellow), or click the CH in the upper left corner of the display and use the DIAL or + and - keys to change channels. The Knob Matrix is active here for control of the selected channel s Effect send levels and EQ. Try it.! 3. Press the TAB PAGE>/YES key to view the Ch Routing tab. Here you can view the signal flow for the selected channel. 3
4 The [TRACK] & [SCRUB] keys 1. Press the TRACK key, located to the right of the display, and then select the Vtrk1-32 tab in the display. This screen displays the currently selected virtual track for each channel. You can name your tracks by clicking the Rename button in the display. There is also a handy time-saving preset name list available! Click the Rename button, and then press the popup next to the name. Here you can scroll through the list and select one of the preset names > Click Cancel. 2. Next, select the MasterTrk tab. There are eight virtual stereo master tracks available to mix (bounce) down to. These are used to bounce tracks and mixdown finished songs for CD burning. 3. Now select the EditTrk tab, then click the popup button in the upper left corner of the display next to CopyTrk, to view the list of editing functions > Leave CopyTrk selected and press OK. 4. Press the SCRUB key located to the left of the DIAL. Here you can view a track s waveform and use the DIAL to scrub or control the playback of the selected track. Use the ZOOM cursors in the display to change the waveform view. Click the popup next to Trk # located in the upper left of the display and select TRACK 1 (the lead vocal), click OK then use the DIAL to scrub the vocal. D3200 Automation The D3200 has two types of automation Scene and Event (Dynamic) Automation. SCENE AUTOMATION [The SCENE key] With Scene automation, 100 snapshots of track fader, EQ, pan and effect on/off settings can be stored in every song, and recalled during playback at registered locations. 1. Press the MIXER key, located next to the METER key > Click the FADER/PAN AUTOMATION button in the display, and then select the Mixer View tab. 2. Press the LOC 1/IN key to return to the beginning of the song. 3. Press the STORE key then press the SCENE key to store the present settings to the first scene. 4. Press PLAY to forward into the song a few seconds then STOP and change some of the fader and pan settings. 5. Press the STORE key then press the SCENE key to store the new settings as the second scene. 6. Press the LOC1/IN key to return to the beginning of the song and press PLAY. Watch the Mixer View, to monitor the first stored Scene s Pan and Fader settings as they change to the second stored Scene s Pan and Fader settings. EVENT AUTOMATION Event automation allows real time recording and playback of fader and pan settings, as well as channel on/off, effect/aux send on/off, master fader and expression (using the optional EXP2 expression pedal). Recording Automation on a track: 1. Select the Automation tab, and then press the LOC 1/IN key to return to the beginning of the song. 2. Record-enable Master Fader automation by clicking on the (play) button next to the Master Fader in the display > Set it to (Rec), and then click the Automation ON [PLAY] button to switch it to ON [Rec] 3. Press the [ ] PLAY key on the transport to start playback of the song, move the MASTER fader all the way up and down several times, and then press the [ ] STOP key. 4. Press the LOC 1/IN key to return to the beginning of the song, and then playback the song to hear the result > Select the Mixer View tab to view the mixer. It s that easy! See the D3200 Owner s Manual pages for more on Scene and Event automation 4
5 [EFFECT] & [EQ] Keys The D3200 has a multitude of high quality (56bit) effects to choose from. There are three effect sections (Insert, Master and Final). Up to 11 effects can be used simultaneously in a song! There are 52 effect algorithms and plenty of programs 128 Preset, 128 User, and 32 that can be stored with each song. The D3200 also provides a 4-band fully parametric EQ on channels 1-24, 2-band shelving EQ on channels and a 4-band fully parametric Master EQ. There are 50 EQ presets, plus 50 user locations. 1. Press the EFFECT key (located to the left of the Knob Matrix), and then select the EFFRouting tab. Here you can view the effects that are being used in this song > Insert effects can be used as input effects recorded with the incoming signal (indicated by IN at the far left) or as playback track effects (indicated by TR ). To change this status, select the IN or TR and rotate the DIAL > To the right of this parameter is the channel in which each insert effect is applied. This can be changed in the same way. 2. Select the MstrEFF1 tab in the display. It s easy to make edits to the effects using the Knob Matrix. Here you can make custom settings, rename and save your own custom effect presets. 3. Press the EQ key located to the left of the Knob Matrix. Here you can view and make changes to a selected channel s EQ, using the Knob Matrix. Select the EQ Library tab to view the EQ presets. This is a great time saver! See the D3200 Owner s Manual pages for more information on editing and using effects The [MIXER] Key 1. Press the MIXER key, located to the left of the Knob Matrix. Here you will find access to input/output assignment, pairing faders, scene automation, mixer setups, EQ, effect sends etc. The [Session Drums ] Key Session Drums make it fast and easy to create a realistic drum track in real-time, without any tedious programming! There are 756 drum (and metronome) patterns including fills and endings. Even better, you have control over the mix and tuning of the drums, and parameters such as shuffle and humanize can be controlled in real-time, using the Knob Matrix. And of course, you can always go in an edit the track after the fact. You can even trigger the D3200s drum sounds via MIDI input, to create your own drum tracks using an external MIDI keyboard or sequencer! You ll work with Session Drums in the following section Creating and Working with a New D3200 Song In this section, you ll learn the basics on creating a new song. You ll understand how to assign inputs, apply effects and EQ to your input source, use Session Drums, as well as mix down, burn a CD and back up your song to a computer. You will need a guitar or microphone and a blank CD-R for this section. Oh, and maybe have a refreshing beverage of your choice nearby 5
6 Create a new song: 1. Press the SONG key and click New in the display > For New Song Type, choose 44.1 khz/ 16bit, and then select OK. 2. Rename the song by clicking Rename in the display > Click ClearAll, name the song QUICKTOUR, and then select OK. Assign an input: 1. Make sure that the PAD key, located above the TRIM knob for INPUT 1 is in the up position, and that the TRIM knob is set all the way left to -12dB. 2. Connect a guitar to the GUITAR IN jack on the top panel.! If you are using a microphone, make sure that the PHANTOM power switch for INPUT 1 is set to OFF, unless you re using a condenser mic that requires phantom power. Connect your mic to INPUT 1 on the top panel. 3. Press the MIXER key, and then click CH INPUT/SubMixer in the display. Here, you can select which track each input will be recorded onto, by clicking the icon that looks like a phone jack and using the DIAL to set the input > Select 1 for SOURCE on CHANNEL 1 (This is the default setting). 4. Press the REC/PLAY key (above channel 14) > Set CHANNEL 1 record status to record by pressing the CHANNEL 1 key to switch it s status from PLAY (green) to REC (red). 5. Press the METER key > Click the popup button in the upper left corner of the display > Under Select Level Meter Position, click PreFader, and under Select View, click TrackView > Click OK. 6. Gradually raise CHANNEL FADER 1 to -0- and as you play or sing, adjust the channel TRIM knob so that your loudest playing doesn t cause the TRIM LED to light RED (indicates clipping).! If you are using a keyboard or a guitar with active pickups, press the PAD key (-26dB), and turn the TRIM knob up to set the appropriate input level. See the D3200 Owner s Manual pages /page for more on inputting audio Assign effects and EQ to the input: 1. Press the EFFECT key, and then select the EFFRouting tab > In the upper left corner of the display, make these settings for INSERT EFFECT 1: IN CH: Click InsEFF1 P000:NO EFFECT, and then click the Select button in the display. - If you are recording a guitar, select Multi then select the preset of your choice and click OK. - If you are using a microphone, select SFX&etc from the Mono effect category, and then select P109: Studio Mic&Pre and press OK. 3. Select the MstrEFF1 tab > click the popup button to choose a master effect > Select Reverb&Delay > Select P002: Smooth Hall, and then click OK. 4. Press the CH VIEW key > Rotate the Matrix knob #1 to adjust the reverb amount. 5. To apply EQ to the input press the MIXER key, click EQ/ATT/PHASE, and then select the EQ/ATT tab. Use the Knob Matrix to adjust EQ, or select the EQ Library tab and select an EQ preset. Ok, you re almost ready to record. But first, let s add a drum track so you can get your groove on... 6
7 Build a drum track with Session Drums: 1. Press the SESSION DRUMS key, and then press the RUN key to its right (LOC 4/END key) Use the Knob Matrix knob #1 to select a GROUP, Matrix knob #2 to select a SESSION (a pattern within the group), knob #3 for a VARIATION and knob #4 to adjust the tempo. Adjust the DRUMS fader next to the MASTER fader to adjust the volume. Find a GROUP and SESSION you want to use. 2. Click the KIT button in the display. Here, you can make adjustments to the individual drum sounds using the Knob Matrix. 3. Click the KIT CHANGE button, and check out some different drum kits! If you find a kit you want to use, click OK. To use the originally assigned drum kit, click Cancel. If you made changes to the kit or mix, check the Hold check box - any changes you made will be used, otherwise the preset settings will be used. When you re finished, Click Exit. 4. Select the DrmsMixer tab in the display, and then click the Monitor button under Assign. On this page you can route the drums through effects and make EQ adjustments as well > Use Matrix knob #5 to add some reverb to the drums. 5. Select the SessionDr tab > Press the SessionDrums [ ] REC key (LOC 2/OUT), and then press the SessionDrums [ ] STOP/PLAY key to start recording. 6. Use Matrix knob #3 to change to different VARIATIONS, and press the FILL key to add fills when desired. Click the Ending button in the display to add an ending > Press [ ] to stop recording after the desired number of measures. 7. Press the DRUMS key above the DRUMS fader so that it lights green. This will allow you to monitor the drums, while recording a track. Record your input while monitoring the drums: 8. Press the METER key > Press the [ ] button (it will blink red), and then press the [ ] button to start recording > when finished recording, press [ ], and then press LOC 1 IN key to return to the beginning of the song. 9. Set channel 1 to playback by pressing the CHANNEL 1 key so that it changes to green, and then press the [ ] button to playback the track. See the D3200 Owner s Manual pages for more in-depth coverage of the Session Drums features. Mixdown and master your song: The D3200 has a dedicated Stereo Master Track for bouncing and mixing. The Master Track contains eight virtual tracks, allowing you to record up to eight different mixes, and then choose your favorite for burning to CD. Before final mastering, each song also provides access to a Master EQ and Final (mastering) effect. 1. Press the MIXER key and select EQ/ATT/PHASE > Select the MasterEQ tab. Here you can make fine adjustments to the mix of a song. Make some adjustments using the Knob Matrix knobs, while playing back the song. 2. Press the EFFECT key > Select the FinalEFF tab > Press the popup button next to P000: NO EFFECT and select the Dynamics&Filter category > select P041: Mastering Comp and click OK. Make desired adjustments using the Knob Matrix knobs. 3. Press the METER key > Press the MASTER key (above the MASTER fader) to record-enable the MASTER TRACK for mixdown (it will light red). 7
8 4. Playback the song, and make sure the MASTER fader level is not clipping (watch the MST L.R at the far right of the display), and then press [ ]. 5. When you are ready to record, press the LOC 1 IN key to return to the beginning of the song > Press the [ ] key (it will blink red), and then press the [ ] key to begin recording. 6. Press [ ] when completed > Press the MASTER key so it turns green (play), and then press the [ ] key to playback the mix. See the D3200 Owner s Manual pages and for more on Mixdown and Mastering. Create an audio CD of your song: 1. Insert a blank CD-R in the D3200 s CD-RW drive > Press the CD key, and then select Album CD in the display. 2. Click the Add button in the display > Select the song QUICKTOUR > Click OK, and then click Yes. 3. Click the Write to CD button in the display, and then click Yes. The display will indicate Making Image File, followed by Writing CD > When prompted Write Another CD?, click No. 4. To listen to the CD on the D3200, press the CD key > Select CD PLAYER, and then press the play button in the display. 5. Now you can eject the CD from the drive, and listen to your first D3200-recorded CD on your stereo, while sipping your favorite beverage. Enjoy! See the D3200 Owner s Manual Pages for more on CD burning and the CD modes. Backup your data to computer using USB: The D3200 has a 4GB partition dedicated for file transfers to/from the computer via a USB connection. Partition size can be set to 2, 4 or 8GB, depending on your needs. First, the data must be copied to the 4GB partition, and then that partition can be mounted on your computer desktop. Individual tracks can by transferred as WAV files, or entire songs can be backed up. Now to backup your QUICKTOUR song 1. Connect a USB cable from the D3200 to your computer. 2. Press the SYSTEM/MIDI key > Select the Backup tab in the display. 3. Click the Exec. button in the display to backup the currenlty selected song, QUICKTOUR > Click Yes to confirm, and then click OK when completed. 4. Select the PC File tab, and then click USB Mode in the display. 5. The 4GB partition will mount on the desktop, and will show up as a drive named KORG D3200. On a PC, this can be found by opening My Computer; on a Mac it will mount directly on the desktop. Double click this icon to open it > Open the KORG folder > Open the BACKUP folder > Drag the file QUICKT01.DBK to your computer HD, to place a copy on the hard disk. 6. On a PC, perform the Unplug or eject hardware command; on a Mac, drag the KORG D3200 icon to the trash, and then click Exit in the D3200 display to exit USB Mode. See the D3200 Owner s Manual Page 93 for more on backing up and restoring data. 8
9 D3200 SHORTCUT KEYS The D3200 s Shortcut keys provide instant access to the most commonly used functions in a recording and mixing session, such as meter view, channel input track assign, track editing, undo / redo, mixer automation and other repeatedly-used functions. To use a Shortcut, press and hold a specific key, then select or scroll through options with another key. Here are a few Shortcut keys to check out Meter source options: Press and hold the METER key, and then scroll through the options available with the L/ R cursor keys. Display Meter/Track: Change the track/fader view of the display. Press and hold the METER key then use the UP / DOWN cursor keys. Track editing options: Automation options: Press and hold the TRACK key, and then 1) scroll through options with the +/- increment keys, or 2) press the channel keys above faders Press and hold the MIXER key, and then press the SCENE key. CH Input page: Press and hold the MIXER key, and then press the REC/PLAY key (above channel 14). DrmsMixer page: Master EQ: Press and hold the MIXER key, and then press the CH VIEW key to instantly access your drum mixer. Press and hold the MIXER key, and then press the Master EQ key. Important D3200 Owner s Manual References MIDI Sync / MIDI Machine Control (MMC) 94 / 124 Using MIDI to control Scenes / MIDI 94 / 124 Working with WAV files and the Import/Export function / 136 Initializing/formatting and checking the internal hard drive 90 / 121 Backing up and restoring data via CD-R or USB 82 / 92 Updating system software 96 Troubleshooting 164 Shortcut Keys 178 For more information, see the D3200 Owner s Manual, and visit for more support, tips and tricks! 9
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USING GARAGE BAND Creating a new project 1. Open GarageBand by clicking on the guitar icon on the dock. 2. In the project chooser select the type of project you want to create. Choose any instrument or
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Owner s Manual How to obtain a PDF of the owner s manual PDF files of the owner s manual and supplementary material for this product can be obtained from the Roland website. SPD-SX Owner s Manual (this
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Introduction: Thank you for choosing Beat Thang Virtual as part of your creative process. As artists ourselves, we know how important this decision is. We understand that you have many products to choose
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Operation manual can be downloaded from the ZOOM official website. (www.zoom.jp/docs/r8) ZOOM Corporation Reproduction of this manual, in whole or in part, by any means, is prohibited. 2 In this manual,
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