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Select an output using the or keys. Press the Select key to confirm your selection.

Note: Any music currently playing on this output will continue to play but will no longer be audible while the Line-In Record screen is visible. The None option allows you to make a line-in recording without interrupting playback on any output.

Sound Quality

The Sound Quality menu allows you to specify the recording quality:

Use the or keys to adjust the gain setting to ensure that the loudest peaks in volume are in the yellow region of the signal level meters. Press the Clear action key at any time to reset the peak level marker.

Press the Select action key to confirm your settings and return to the Line-In Record screen.

Note: If you have selected either the coaxial or optical digital input as your line-in source the gain setting may not be altered. The signal indicator in this case will show whether a valid digital connection has been made. If the signal indicator shows protected the current digital source has been copy protected and may not be recorded onto your Digital Music Server using the digital inputs.

To edit the album details

All the recordings made in this line-in recording session will be placed in a new album. This album is automatically assigned a name such as Album 4, Artist 7; it will also be placed in the Unclassifiable genre. You can edit these details at any stage in the recording session as follows:

  • Use the or keys to highlight the Album

option and press the Edit action key.

  • Use the or keys to choose between Maximum (no compression used) or one of the MP3 compression options.

Note: The higher quality options use more space on your Digital Music Server hard disk.

In each case the display shows the total remaining recording time available at the specified recording quality.

  • Press the Select key to confirm your selection.

To record from the line-in connectors

Once you have created a new session, the Line-In Record screen allows you to begin the recording process:

To edit the album name and artist name:

If your Line-in Source is the analogue input connector, you will need to set the recording Gain to an appropriate level. To achieve the best quality recording try to play the loudest passage from the music you are going to record and set the gain such that the loudest peaks are in the yellow region of the signal level meters. The Peak Level dB indicator shows the maximum level reached so far.

To adjust the recording gain setting

  • Use the or keys to highlight the Gain (dB) option and press the Edit action key.

  • Use the or keys to highlight the appropriate gain option.

  • Use the or keys to highlight the item you want to edit and press the Edit action key.

  • Edit the album name and artist name using the alphanumeric keys on your Digital Music Server remote control or by using the text grid on the front panel.

  • Press the OK action key to confirm the new name.

To edit the genre:

  • Use the or keys to highlight the Genre

option and press the Edit action key.

  • Select a genre using the or keys.

  • Press the Select key to confirm your choice.

To edit the names of any tracks you have already recorded:

  • Use the or keys to highlight the Edit tracks option and press the Select action key.

  • Use the or keys to highlight the track name you wish to edit and press the Edit action key.

  • Edit the track name using the alphanumeric keys on your Digital Music Server remote control or by using the text grid on the front panel.

  • Press the OK action key to confirm the new name.

For more information on entering and editing names see the chapter called Entering and editing names, p.37.

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