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'''Record Mode'''
 
'''Record Mode'''
 
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*Normal
*Overdub - this allows you to dub a new track over a file that is being played back
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*Overdub - this allows you to dub a new track over a file that is being played back.
 
*Play Sync - allows you to record only the input sound that is being played along with the playback of a previously recorded track.
 
*Play Sync - allows you to record only the input sound that is being played along with the playback of a previously recorded track.
*V-Sync Rec
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*V-Sync Rec - a feature that automatically starts a recording when the recorder detects a sound louder than the voice sync level (detection level) setting; when the sound level decreases, recording stops automatically.
  
  
 
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  [[category:Audio Editing]]

Revision as of 12:56, 12 October 2012

Instructions for using the Olympus LS-100 Portable Audio Recorder

Internal Memory
Internal Memory = 4Gb
PCM WAV 48.0 kHz/16 bit = 4 hours 45 min
PCM WAV 48.0 kHz/24 bit = 3 hours
PCM WAV 44.1 kHz/16 bit = 5 hours
PCM WAV 44.1 kHz/24 bit = 3 hours 15 min
MP3 320 kbps = 22 hours 30 min
Purchasing your own 8Gb card will give you 2X as much recording time.


Formatting the SD Card and Erasing all data
Perform this function before every use to ensure maximum file space and to erase all data before turning it back in to Media Loan.

  1. Press the MENU button
  2. Forward through the tabs to the DEVICE MENU
  3. Press the - button down to FORMAT
  4. Press OK to Format
  5. Press OK to select Internal Memory or SD Card (You must provide your own card)
  6. Press OK to select Start, repeat.

RECORD MENU

Record Mode

  • Normal
  • Overdub - this allows you to dub a new track over a file that is being played back.
  • Play Sync - allows you to record only the input sound that is being played along with the playback of a previously recorded track.
  • V-Sync Rec - a feature that automatically starts a recording when the recorder detects a sound louder than the voice sync level (detection level) setting; when the sound level decreases, recording stops automatically.