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In no event shall Roland be liable to end-users for any damages whatsoever, including but not limited to financial damages for any loss of profits or information arising from the use of, or inability to use this product. The foregoing provision is effective even if Roland has been advised of the possibility of such damages. Even if the SOFTWARE has any material, verifiable, and reproducible program errors, Roland shall have no liability to modify such errors.Upon such termination, you shall immediately stop using the SOFTWARE.All rights reserved. The manual No part of this publication may be reproduced in any form Used for instructions intended to alert the user to the risk of injury or material damage should the unit be used improperly. Damaged or dirty CD-ROM discs may not be read properly. Keep your discs clean using a commercially available CD cleaner.CD-R (Compact Disc Recordable) is a CD to which data can be written. It is not possible to erase or move the data that has been written. Notes When Using Mics Always be sure to switch the phantom power off except when connecting condenser mics requiring a phantom power supply. The BR-900CD allows anyone to readily enjoy the benefits of digital recording as soon as it’s taken out of the box. So, you’ll surely have listened to the demo songs, if not gone. Two-way power supply allows you to record anywhere You can use the BR-900CD powered by batteries (six size AA dry cells) or with the AC adaptor. And, thanks to its built-in microphone, you can make. The BR-900CD uses 32 MB to 1 GB CompactFlash cards with a 3.3 V power supply. For more on supported memory cards (CompactFlash) for the BR-900CD, refer to “About Memory Cards” (separate sheet). This indicator lights at a level -6 dB lower than where sound distortion occurs. Rhythm section Here you can make settings for the Rhythm function.
This is one type of a specification known as MTC (MIDI Time Code), and when you use the BR-900CD to play in synchronization with another MIDI device, you will need to set both devices to the same MTC type. When making any connections, make sure that all devices are turned off. fig.00-301 Rhythm Machine etc.If a memory card is inserted when the power is turned on, the data in the memory card may be destroyed, or the memory card may become unusable. Changing the current position Elapsed time display The value given at “TIME” in the display shows the elapsed time into the song using MTC (MIDI time codes) and is expressed as follows: hours-minutes-seconds-frames-sub frames. If a memory card is inserted when the power is turned on, the data in the memory card may be destroyed, or the memory card may become unusable. When not using the internal microphone, be sure to turn it on (see next section). Below is an explanation of the operations related to the insert effects. When you record, it is convenient to use the built-in Rhythm. The “Rhythm” is a dedicated Rhythm track that can not only play back Rhythm sounds as a guide during recording, you can also use it to play internal Rhythm patterns and original user-created Rhythm patterns and to play and record these patterns as your own Rhythm part performances. Changing patterns 1. About the recording (REC) modes Recording on the BR-900CD is separated into three main modes. Use whichever mode is suitable in the course of bringing your song to completion. Tracks 1 through 6 are independent mono tracks. Tracks 7 and 8 are linked as stereo tracks. Tracks 7 and 8 are fixed as left and right tracks, respectively, while fader movements, Loop Effects, and other processes are applied in common to both tracks. The music that is being played back is not recorded. Effective use of these allows you to add greater breadth to the sound. If the button flashes in red, that track is ready for recording. fig.
01-101 The status of each track can be determined from the indicator on the button. Therefore, by making use of the many V-Tracks, you can use the BR-900CD just as if it were a 64-track multitrack recorder. This allows a wide range of uses, such as recording one take of a guitar solo or vocal, and then recording another take without having to erase the first one. This may make it difficult for you to set the repeat portion exactly as you desire. When you are playing an instrument and performing the recording by yourself, it may be difficult to punch in or out using the button on the BR-900CD. Recording automatically starts at the auto punch-in location, so start playing what you want to record. This is called “bounce” (also known as bounce recording or ping-pong recording). Reading BR-532 data requires a PC with a SmartMedia reader and CompactFlash writer connected. This function is quite useful during editing. Registering a Locator Point 1. When you use the Scrub function during playback (called “scrubbing”), the portion from your before or after the. Example: exchanging all the data on track 1 with all the data on track 2 fig.02-352 Track 1 Track 2 Track 1. Your BR-900CD is shipped with the user patches (U) and song patches (S) containing the same patches as the preset patches (P). When you create a new song, copies of the patches in the. If you wish to save the effect settings that you edited, save them as a user patch or song patch. However, sometimes you want to change the connection order. On the BR-900CD, you can accommodate a wide variety of situations by changing the point to which the insert effects are connected. Follow the procedure below to change where insert effects are connected. The algorithms that can be selected will differ for each bank. To select the algorithm that you wish to use, first select the effect bank that includes that algorithm, and then refer to the “Effect Patch List”.
Those companies are not affiliated with BOSS and have not licensed or authorized BOSS’s BR-900CD. Their marks are used solely to identify the equipment whose sound is simulated by BOSS’s BR-900CD. Sibilant Adjusts the sensitivity relative to the input volume, which controls how the effect is applied. Level Adjusts the volume. Defretter This simulates a fretless bass. When turned off, you can create an intense lo-fi sound incorporating digital distortion. Smpl Rate Modify the sample rate. Modify the number of data bits. If this is turned off, the number of data bits will be unchanged. It produces the sound of a large double-stack vacuum tube amp with ultra-lows and a crisp edge. Volume Adjusts the volume and distortion of the amp.When the output of the BR-900CD is connected directly to a mixer, etc., this can be used to create the sound of your favorite speakers system.Touch wah creates an automatic wah by changing the filter in response to the volume of the input. Pedal wah lets you use an Expression pedal or the like to obtain real-time control of the wah effect. Blocks that are turned on are shown in uppercase letters, while blocks that are turned off are shown in lowercase letters. Freq This sets the frequency containing popping or other undesirable lower-range noises that you want to cut. Lo Thres This sets the volume level at which the lower-range compressor goes into effect. Lo Ratio This sets the ratio of suppression of the lower-range output when the input level exceeds the Lo threshold level. For a fuller description of Track EQ, refer to “Track EQ Parameter Functions” (p. 112). Track EQ do not have “patches.” Loop effect settings are saved along with the song data. FX Type This sets the type of the effect. CHORUS: A sound with a subtly shifted pitch is added to the direct sound, making the final output sound thicker and broader. DELAY: This creates a thicker sound by applying a delayed sound to the direct sound.
If you adjust the equalizer while listening to the sound, you may notice a clicking noise. This is not a malfunction. If the noise is objectionable, make adjustments while the sound is not playing. In addition, 5 song patches can be set up for use within a specific song. Using this feature, we will be able to correct pitches in real time and in semitone units. In certain cases, this will reduce the number of incorrect detections. After the save has been completed, you are returned to the Pitch Correction patch selection screen. Smth (Smooth) The value set here is added to the value for the “Smooth” patch parameter (p. 115). When set to 0, the correction proceeds at the rate set in the patch’s “Smooth”. Measure This sets the number of measures in the pattern to be recorded.The BR-900CD is put into Rehearsal mode. fig.03-409d. The recording standby screen appears in the display. There are four ways to load drum tones. In addition to CD-R discs, this drive can be used to play back CD-RW discs that cannot be played on standard CD players. Naturally, you will also. The drive’s access indicator will begin to flash. Wait until this indicator stops flashing and turns off before proceeding. Copying waveform data from a. Wait until this indicator stops flashing and turns off before proceeding. The drive’s access indicator will begin to flash. Wait until this indicator stops flashing and turns off before proceeding. Any SMFs that satisfy the following conditions can be played in this way. Thus, only the data on MIDI Channel 10 in the SMF is isolated and imported by the BR-900CD.The SMF import screen appears. fig.05-CDsmfplay If the SMFs are collected in a folder, then the folder name is displayed. MIDI OUT: All the MIDI messages from the BR-900CD are sent out from this connector. MIDI THRU: This connector re-transmits all the MIDI messages that arrive at the MIDI IN connector. When the BR-900CD begins playing, the MIDI sequencer will also begin playing in sync with it.
What are drop and non-drop formats. There are two types of format used by NTSC video cassette recorders, non-drop and drop. Your BR- 900CD supports the MMC protocol. By using MMC, your BR-900CD can send commands such as PLAY, STOP, and FF to connected MIDI devices to operate them. Thus, only the data on MIDI Channel 10 in the SMF is isolated and imported by the BR-900CD.If these files are no longer needed, connect the BR-900CD to your computer via USB and use the computer to delete the files. At this point, you can safely disconnect the USB cable from the BR-900CD and the computer. Thus, only the data on MIDI Channel 10 in the SMF is isolated and imported by the BR-900CD.If these files are no longer needed, connect the BR-900CD to your computer via USB and use the computer to delete the files. The lower part will display a tuning guide to indicate the difference between the input sound and the displayed note. Also, since you can output the signal from the MIDI device without having to first record it to a track on the BR-900CD, you can use the BR-900CD tracks more effectively. fig.05-501. After the initialization has been completed, you are returned to the Play screen.Before you insert or remove a memory card, always turn off the BR-900CD first. If a memory card is inserted when the power is turned on, the data in the memory card may be destroyed, or the memory card may become unusable. The offset is set as the difference between the “time to which to align the MTC timing” and the “time to which to align the song timing.”. Solution 1: Turn off the BR-900CD, properly insert the memory card, then turn the BR-900CD back on.A newly created song provides approximately 2,000 events per song. Solution 1: Turn off the BR-900CD, properly insert the memory card, then turn the BR-900CD back on. Solution 2: Initialize the card (p. 196). Unsupported Card!
DECLARATION OF CONFORMITY Compliance Information Statement Model Name: BR-900CD Type of Equipment: Digital Recording Studio Roland Corporation U.S. Responsible Party: 5100 S.Eastern Avenue, Los Angeles, CA 90040-2938. The manual should be saved and kept on hand as a convenient reference.Page 4: IMPORTANT NOTES IMPORTANT NOTESPage 5 IMPORTANT NOTES. Handling CD-ROMs CopyrightDo not touch the. Page 7: Notes When Using Mics Notes When Using Mics. Page 8: Contents Contents. USING THE UNIT SAFELY.2 (5) Using Insert Effects.35Recording.48 Registering Time (Locator). 64Page 10 Section 3 Using Effects. 83 Equalizer.96Using the Insert Effects.84 Foot Volume.96Fixing the. Page 12 Section 5 Section 6 Using MIDI.155Creating Audio CD.140. Page 13 Section 8 Section 9 Appendices.201. Other Convenient Functions. 185Adjusting the Display Contrast.186. Page 14: Introduction to the BR-900CD Introduction to the BR-900CD. Features. Simple operation A “Track Sheet” is provided at the rear of this manual (p. Page 15 Introduction to the BR-900CD. The Pitch Correction feature allows you to freely adjust the Phrase Trainer functionMemory Cards Supported by How to remove the card. Your BR-900CD protectorPage 17: Panel Descriptions Panel Descriptions. Front PanelUse this button to. Page 19 Panel DescriptionsFor undoing the last-performed. Page 20 Panel DescriptionsRear PanelDepending on the circumstances of a particular setup,Page 24 MEMOStartMake connections as shown in the diagram below. When making any connections, make sure that all. Page 27 Connecting Peripheral DevicesTurning On the Power Turning Off the Power. Once the connections have been. Page 29 Listening to a Demo Song. Page 30 Listening to a Demo SongPress the INPUT SELECT button of the Turning on the internal microphone. Adjusting the input sensitivity (5) Using Insert EffectsSome effect patches are particularly effective for stereo.Selecting the recording track. INPUT: Procedure.
Only the instrument sounds or other input sources are fig.00-428aAdjusting the tone (Track EQ) Adding width to the sound (Loop Effect). Page 46 MEMORecordingPlaybackPage 49 Recording. Changing V-Tracks Changing the Position of theThe BR-900CD is a eight-track multitrack recorder, and each. Page 50 RecordingPage 51 Repeating Playback (Repeat). By using the “Repeat function” you can repeatedly play back 2. After registering the repeat start. Page 52 Repeating Playback (Repeat). Setting the Repeat PortionYou may occasionally make a mistake while recording, or the Manually punching in and. Manually punching in and out Auto Punching In and Out. Repeatedly Recording Over the How to record. Same Location (Loop Recording) As an example. Occasionally when the recording you make may not turn outAlthough the BR-900CD allows the simultaneous playback of The explanation below uses an example. Page 59 Putting Multiple Tracks Together (Bounce). Page 60 Putting Multiple Tracks Together (Bounce)You can load songs created with the BR-864 or BR-532 intoDisplaying the Remaining Displaying the Memory Card Usage. Available Recording Time Follow the procedure below. Page 63: Section 2 Editing Section 2Using the locator function, you can register any desired timeScrub function Scrubbing to Find the Music. When editing a sound. Changing the Scrub Points Enabling Use of the Preview. Besides switching. Page 67 Editing the Performance on a Track (Track Editing). The BR-900CD allows you to edit your songs by performing Copying. Page 68 Editing the Performance on a Track (Track Editing). Page 69 Editing the Performance on a Track (Track Editing)Page 70 Editing the Performance on a Track (Track Editing)Page 71 Editing the Performance on a Track (Track Editing). Page 72 Editing the Performance on a Track (Track Editing)Page 74 Editing the Performance on a Track (Track Editing)Page 75 Editing the Performance on a Track (Track Editing). Page 76 Editing the Performance on a Track (Track Editing).
Exchanging Data (Track Exchange) 5. When you are ready to execute. Page 77 Organizing the Songs You’ve Recorded. Copying a Song (Song Copy) Erasing Songs (Song Erase). Follow the procedure below to. Page 78 Organizing the Songs You’ve Recorded. Page 79 Organizing the Songs You’ve Recorded. This process involves recording the finished song to yourThe BR-900CD comes with five effects processors: an insert Preset patches (P)Page 85 Using the Insert Effects. Editing Insert Effect Settings. If. Page 86 Using the Insert EffectsChanging How the Insert Effects are INPUT. Used According to the Mode The sound. Page 88 Insert Effect Parameter Functions. Algorithm List. The algorithms (the available effects and their connection order) that can be used. Page 89 Insert Effect Parameter FunctionsPage 91 Insert Effect Parameter FunctionsPage 92 Insert Effect Parameter FunctionsPage 93 Insert Effect Parameter Functions. Parameter ListPage 94 Insert Effect Parameter Functions. A sound with a subtly shifted pitch is added to the direct. Page 95 Insert Effect Parameter Functions. De-esser DoublingIncreasing the value. A 4-band equalizer. will. Page 97 Insert Effect Parameter Functions. Pre Filter OFF, ONPage 98 Insert Effect Parameter Functions. Pitch Shifter Preamp. This effect changes the pitch of the original sound (up or down) Adjust. Page 99 Insert Effect Parameter FunctionsThis simulates the characteristics of various types of speakers. When Tremolo is. Page 101 Insert Effect Parameter FunctionsPage 102 Mastering. Page 103 MasteringPage 104 MasteringPage 105 Mastering Tool Kit Parameter Functions. AlgorithmBass Cut Filter Expander. This is a filter that cuts unwanted low range noise, such. Page 107 Mastering Tool Kit Parameter Functions. Compressor Mixer. This compresses the overall output signal when the input volume Adjusts the. Here is an explanation of how to change the various When using REV. Setting the Track EQ. This section explains how to edit the Track EQ settings.
Page 111 Loop Effect Parameter Functions. Parameter List. This selects the chorus, delay, or doubling effect. Reverberation (or. Page 112 Track EQ Parameter Functions. This is a two-band equalizer that is independent for each track. If you. Page 113 Fixing the Pitch of Vocals (Pitch Correction). The Pitch Correction. The term Pitch Correction is used to describe a. Page 114 Fixing the Pitch of Vocals (Pitch Correction). Using the Pitch Correction 8. Press a track button to select the. Page 115 Fixing the Pitch of Vocals (Pitch Correction)Page 116 Fixing the Pitch of Vocals (Pitch Correction). Page 117 Fixing the Pitch of Vocals (Pitch Correction)Using theThe “Rhythm” is a dedicated Rhythm track that can not only E (Ending)Switching the Rhythm Mode Performing ArrangementsSelecting patterns Changing the tempo of the. This selects the pattern to be played with the. Page 123 Creating Original Arrangements. You can create arrangements (Song arrangements) of up to Starting MeasureInserting a Step 1. Make sure performance of the song is stopped, then. Page 125 Creating Original Arrangements. When creating a Rhythm arrangement by stringing together Note concerning creation of patterns. Rhythm patterns, there. Page 127 Creating Original Patterns. Page 128 Creating Original PatternsCreating Patterns in Step Time SignatureCopying Patterns Erasing Patterns. Page 134 Using the Drum Kits. A drum kit is a variety of rhythm instrument soundsLoading from the tracks. Page 137 Using the Drum KitsErasing drum sounds Changing the position (pan) ofRW DrivePrecautions The pre-gap setting screen will appear.In addition to CD-R discs, you can also. Page 141 Creating Audio CD. Viewing the Remaining Time Playing Back Audio CDsPage 143 Creating Audio CDPage 154 Importing Songs from CDs to Audio Tracks. The BR-900CD allows you to import selected songs from aUsing MIDIBy using MIDI to connect the BR-900CD to other MIDI-Page 157 Synchronizing with MIDI Devices.
Page 158 Synchronizing with MIDI Devices. Synchronizing Playback with fig.05-405dThe BR-900CD can operate in synchronization with a. Page 159 Synchronizing with MIDI DevicesThis is used Setting the MTC offsetMMC stands for “MIDI Machine Control.” This is a protocol. Page 161: Section 7 Using USB Section 7. Using USBThe BR-900CD is equipped with a USB connector, whichPage 163 Before Using USB (Overview). USB Folder Connecting a Computer. WAV and AIFF files loaded to the BR-900CD’s tracks, and. Page 164 With Windows. Backing Up the BR-900CD’s. DataPage 165 With Windows. Page 166 With WindowsYou can take WAV or AIFF files. Page 168 With WindowsImporting SMFs and Creating 5. Import the SMF. Page 171 With Windows. Loading Drum Sounds from fig.03-513d. You can import WAV and AIFF files on. Page 172 With Windows. Page 173 With WindowsPage 175 With Macintosh. Backing Up the BR-900CD’s DataSaving BR-900CD Track Data fig.06-115d. You can convert the BR-900CD’s track data into. Page 177 With MacintoshBR-900CD Tracks. You can take WAV or AIFF files on your. Page 179 With MacintoshPage 181 With Macintosh. Page 182 With MacintoshPage 183 With Macintosh. Data. Page 184 MEMOConvenientDepending on where the BR-900CD is situated, the displayPage 187 Using a Foot Switch or Expression Pedal. You can connect an optional foot switch (such as the BOSS fig.05-102d. Page 188 Tuning an Instrument (Tuner). The BR-900CD has a built-in “chromatic tuner function” thatTuning Setting the Reference Pitch ofPage 190 Mixing the Output from an External MIDI Device withThe Audio. Page 191 Using Condenser Microphones (Phantom Power). Most condenser microphones need a supply of power known 1. Before proceeding, turn INPUT. Page 192 Copying Difficult Songs (Phrase Trainer). Your BR-900CD features a built-in “Phrase Trainer.” ThePhrase Trainer. Page 193 Copying Difficult Songs (Phrase Trainer). Initializing All the BR-900CD’s Initializing the System Settings.
Settings Follow the procedure below to initialize. Page 195 Initializing the BR-900CD’s Settings. Initializing the Effect Settings Initializing the Rhythm. Follow the procedure below to initialize the user. Page 196 Initializing the BR-900CD’s SettingsYour BR-900CD is equipped with a power save function that. Utilities include the following: AB Quantize (AB Qtz). Page 199 Utility Parameter List. MTC Type About the Scrub Parameters. Valid Settings: 30, 29N, 29D, 25, 24 (Initial value: 30). Page 200 MEMOAppendicesNo. Patch Name Algorithm No. Patch Name AlgorithmPage 203 Effect Patch List. No. Patch Name Algorithm No. Patch Name AlgorithmNo. Patch Name Algorithm. Page 205 Mastering Tool Kit Patch List. No. Patch NamePreset Arrangement List. Preset Pattern ListPage 208 Parameter List. Page 209 Parameter List. Parameter Name Display Initial Value Valid Settings. Page 210 Parameter List. CD Parameter. If the BR-900CD does not function as you expect, please Cannot recordPage 212 Troubleshooting. Problems with the Memory Card Synchronization ProblemsPage 213 Error Messages. If you attempt an incorrect operation or if an operation could Card Read Error!Disc Not Ready! Turn Off Pitch Correction! Not Available in Mastering Mode! Stop P.Trainer! Cause: You cannot carry out this operation with Cause: The. Page 216 DIGITAL RECORDING STUDIO Date: Jan. 11, 2005Page 217 MIDI Implementation. Status Data Bytes Status. F0H iiH,ddH,., eeH F7HModel BR-900CD MIDI Implementation Chart Version. Page 220 Specifications. BR-900CD: Digital Recording StudioV-Track:. Page 221 SpecificationsDC 9 V; Supply AC Adaptor (PSC series), Dry battery x 6Symbols BANKCHORUS. 44, 108, 111 Defretter. 95. Chorus. 94,. Page 224 IndexInitializing. 194 LoadingMCK. 158 Moving. 30. MEAS. 21 To Locator. 64. Measure. 127, 130 Track. Page 227 Index. Pattern Number. 123 PUNCH. 54, 187. PEAK. 105 Punching. Page 228 Index. Rhy Send. 109 Song Backup. 145. RhyMIDI ch. 157, 199 Song Copy. 77. RHYTHM. Page 229 Index. Tone.
94, 111 VOCAL MULTI. 90. Tone Load. Page 230 Project Artist ClientTrack Sheet Song Name Date. The BR-900CD feature set includes 2 phantom powered microphone inputs, an 8-fader plus Master fader mixer section with individual track EQ's and compressors, proprietary COSM modeling effects for vocals, guitar and bass, Auto Pitch correction and Vocal Tool Box vocal processing and harmony creation tools, a built-in drum and bass sequencer, with a large library of drum, bass and percussion sounds, patterns and loops.there's a lot going on here, for not a lot of money. The BR-900CD is a value-laden asset for songwriters, bands, desktop audio for video production, and virtually any project requiring an expensive sound on a limited budget. Let us know YOUR RECENTLY VIEWED ITEMS Browsing History ON Clear History Not responsible for typographical or illustrative errors. I was having to stop and rewind way too much to perform each task. Navigation of the unit should be the first thing covered in the lesson. P P.L.(.C. David Wills Makes All The Difference The manual for the BR-900 looks like it should be easy enough to follow but for some reason just doesn't translate practically to using the device. David Wills covers a wide range of the BR-900's capabilities and communicates them through easy to understand demonstrations. Whenever he demonstrates a function, the camera angle shifts to directly above the device so you can easily see the display and what buttons he is pushing. Even with a cursory vewing of the DVD, you will be able to create multiple track recordings with ease. The DVD is divided into sections for quick reference so touching up on more sophisticated functions like effects, copying tracks, mastering, burning a cd, and computer interface is a quick process. The DVD really is the next best thing to having someone come into your house and teach you first hand how to use the BR-900. P P.H.
Roland BR-900CD DVD Tutorial Just a quick line to say once again a fantastic product with excellent service. All of the products I have purchased over the years have never disappointed.I have had one of these for ages and now I can finally do some more things with it. The guy is really so much better than the old manual I could never get enthusiastic about. All gizmos should have these DVDs instead of manuals. S S.P. If you own a BR900CD digital recorder, you need this tutorial I owned a BR900 for over a year and was never able to use it correctly, consequently the results were poor. I referred to the handbook often but this was cumbersome and did not answer my problems.Then I discovered this tutorialIt really works. Presented in an understandable and enjoyable manner by a person with obvious knowledge of the BR900 plus an in depth knowledge of recording. Soon I had found all the answers to my questions, and then learned about functions never before used. I am now able to use my BR900 with confidence.The ordering was simple and delivery was prompt. A great tutorial. Stay up to date with Roland news, artists, promotions, events, and more. Provides an overview of key features, functions and operational tips. The Roland Worldwide Social Network keeps you connected to the latest products, exciting events, and much more. Please try again.After purchase, you will receive an email with further information. Offer valid for a limited time only. Terms and Conditions apply. Learn more. Amazon Business: For business-exclusive pricing, quantity discounts and downloadable VAT invoices. Create a free account Representative 21.9 APR (variable). Credit offered by NewDay Ltd, over 18s only, subject to status. Terms apply.Please try your search again later.You can edit your question or post anyway.For exceptions and conditions, see Return details.If you own one, that's reason enough to get the BR-900 DVD Owner's Manual.