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Roland CDX-1 DVD Tutorial

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Learning how to use your new Roland CDX-1 DiscLab has never been easier thanks to the official Roland DVD Owner's Manual!

The CDX-1 DiscLab is a totally new type of flexible audio workstation: part digital multitrack recorder, part phrase sampler, part CD burner. Its innovative design lets you sample and sequence loops, record multitrack performances, or use both methods simultaneously. Then just add effects, and burn it all to recordable CDs.

Take your CDX-1 DiscLab skills to the next level and pick up the official Roland DVD Tutorial today!

BASIC RECORDING TO CD
Connections
Making a compilation CD
Adjusting recording levels
Recordable CDs types
"Open" vs. "closed" CDs
Mastering tools
Finalizing a Disc

INTRO TO SAMPLING
Sample times
Sampling from a microphone
Selecting pad banks
Using the Clipboard
Deleting a sample
Sampling parameters
Resampling
Sampling from a CD
Pad X-Fade
Loading Windows .wav files
Bank parameters
Using a footswitch
Bank protect
Pad parameters
Setting loops
Saving samples

EFFECT BASICS/
RECORDING TO THE AUDIO TRACKS
Insert effects
Chromatic Tuner
Selecting groups
Editing effects
Loop effects
Your first recording
Formatting for recording
Overdubbing
Adding effects while recording
Using Markers
Effects location

RHYTHM GUIDE AND BASIC PAD SEQUENCING
Selecting patterns
Using the tempo map
Adding loop effects to the rhythm guide
Intro to Pad Sequencing
Importance of using the rhythm guide
Step recording
Realtime recording
Quantising
Turning tracks on and off
Erasing tracks
Saving to a CD-RW

PUTTING IT ALL TOGETHER/
ADVANCED OPERATIONS
Bouncing tracks
Punching in
Scrub and preview
Performing a Mixdown
Mastering tools
Burning a CD
Finalizing
Disk optimize
Disk backup
Midi functions
Resampling with insert effects
Tweaking effects
Resampling with loop effects
Matching tempos
Base tempos
Sampling parameters
Optimizing samples
Dividing samples
Normalizing
Time-stretching
Reverse
Step-recording with rests/ties
Sequence edits
Menu options

GRADUATION

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  1. 4/5


    This tutorial video shows great step by step directions. The only thing I think this video left out was how to track out a mix or recording. Maybe the Roland CDX-1 just doesn’t have that feature. i’m not sure.

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