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MD8 Multitrack MD Recorder. The handsome
and sleek MD8 is a self-contained personal digital 8track recording and mixing system designed to let you push your
music to ever higher levels of creativity with clean sound—without getting
lost in layers of complicated technology, or adding unwanted noise as you do your
thing.
The MD8 will literally have you multitracking in minutes. Simply connect it to an amp and speakers, hook up
one or two of your favorite effects processors, plug in some microphones, synthesizers, samplers and guitars—then go for it! Record it.
Mix it down. It really is that easy. And the sound quality is truly stunning.
And since it’s digital, there’s a host of handy track and song copy, move, combine and other editing functions simply not possible with tapebased recording systems. Certainly not for this price. Also, it’s easy and practical to record and archive all of your important song data on
small, durable MD DATA Mini Discs. Key MD8 features include...
• Up to 8 tracks simultaneous recording and playback, with zero wow and
flutter and zero pitch fluctuation, and an uncompromising 20 Hz to 20kHz
frequency response.
• 8-track,
4-track, 2-track and monaural “MD DATA” record and play
modes, plus 2-track and monaural standard “Mini Disc” record and play
modes.
• Ability to ping-pong all eight tracks down to one or more tracks to free up
space for more parts, without signal degradation from multiple pingponging or repeated play.
• Fast and accurate search and locate, precise Auto Punch In/Out with up to
plus large display with individual track and stereo level indicators, song
time indicator in minutes/seconds/frames or measure/beat, plus more.
• High-quality 8-channel analog mixer with variable gain and 3-band EQ
with mid sweep on each channel, 2 Aux Sends (with stereo returns), pan
and fader on all input channels, in-line recording capability, stereo and
cue monitoring, and more.
• Balanced XLR inputs (with phantom power), phone-type jacks and insert
I/O jacks on channels 1/2, unbalanced phone-type input jacks on
channels 3-8, plus direct track outs, stereo outs, monitor outs, 2-track
inputs, and more.
99 takes, disc and song titling for easy music identification, programmable
song order, multiple mark points for easy song editing and cue-list
assembly, plus repeat playback and pitch control (±12%).
• MIDI In, Out and Thru terminals, MIDI clock output, MIDI Time Code
• Jog/Shuttle dial for quick and easy song location and edit function access,
26 Meter and 26 Tempo change events per song) and other handy editing
functions.
multiple recorder controls including direct/group track assign buttons,
(MTC) transmit, MIDI Machine Control (MMC) receive, and more.
•Part Copy, Track Copy, Song Copy, Song Renumbering, Tempo Map (with
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Superior Audio Fidelity
With the MD8, tape hiss is a thing of the past. Crystal
clean, dynamic sound quality—on par with compact
discs—is where it’s at. That’s because the MD8 records
digitally to a small but durable MD DATA disc with a
sampling frequency of 44.1kHz, delivering flat frequency
response from 20 Hz to 20kHz with inaudible 0.02% total
harmonic distortion (at 1kHz), at a signal-to-noise ratio
of 96dB.
What’s more, unlike cassette or other tape-based
systems, the MD8 shines through with zero wow and
flutter and zero pitch fluctuation, and ensures that sound
quality will never degrade over time or through repeated
recording and playback.
The MD DATA disc format permits 18-minutes of 8track recording, 37-minutes of 4-track recording, 74minutes of stereo recording, and 148-minutes of mono
recording—all with the same superior, dynamic audio
quality. The MD8 also lets you record and play in stereo
or monaural using a standard Mini Disc. Convenient disc
and song naming functions help you keep track of your
expanding music archives.
Simultaneous 8-track Recording
& All-track Ping-ponging
With the MD8, up to eight tracks can be recorded
simultaneously, which means you have the option of laying
your band’s live performance down as is, as well as
Channel Inputs & Inserts
The MD8’s high-quality 8-channel mixer section is
designed not only for great sound but flexibility in the
field. Provided on channels 1 and 2 are balanced XLR
inputs (with phantom power) and phone-type jacks, plus
insert I/O jacks for direct in/out connection to an external
EQ, compressor or other effect of your choice. Channels
3-8 sport unbalanced phone-type jacks.
Each channel features a continuously variable Gain
control from microphone to line level, thus permitting
accurate level matching with the widest possible range of
input sources. Simply plug in your microphones, synths,
samplers and guitars, set the optimum input gain, and
start recording.
3-band EQ With Mid Sweep
Each channel features a 3-band EQ section which gives
you considerable control over the sound of your
tracks—during recording and during mixdown. EQ lets
you optimize the sound of each track by boosting certain
frequencies and cutting others—to do things like bring a
guitar forward in the mix. Or fatten up a thin bass. Or
create unusual effects on a vocal. And much, much more.
The MD8’s equalization controls feature high and low
shelving type bands and a peaking type mid band with
250 Hz to 5kHz sweep that permits fine control over the
overdubbing additional parts to your heart’s content.
If eight tracks are simply not enough to handle your
creative powers, you can “ping-pong” it all down to two or
more tracks and keep on building up layer upon layer of
sound from there. Because it operates in the digital
domain, the MD8 offers far more flexible ping-ponging
than analog-based multitrack recorders, including no
signal degradation from multiple ping-ponging, plus the
unique ability to play back all eight tracks and mix them
down to two tracks—rather than mixing six tracks to two.
Precise Punch In/Out
With 99 Takes
The MD8 features various track punch-in/punch-out
recording options which let you re-record a specific
segment of a track to spot-fix a mistake or brush-up a key
passage in an otherwise perfect take. You can punch the
MD8 in and out manually using the panel controls or a
footswitch, or set specific record start and stop points for
automatic punch-in and -out recording. A Rehearsal
mode lets you practice the take as many times as you want
before actually recording.
You can even set the pre-roll and post-roll, or how
many seconds the song plays before recording starts and
after recording stops, so you can “fall in” naturally with
the dynamics of the music to achieve the smoothest
possible take. What’s more, you can record up to 99 takes
and then choose the best one.
critical midrange frequencies where vocals and other
lead-type instruments are centered.
Flexible Signal Routing
The MD8’s signal buss circuit design makes signal routing
to recorder tracks as simple as the flick of a switch and
twist of a knob. Each mixer input channel has two GROUP
ASSIGN switches and a pan pot which work in
conjunction with the recorder’s Direct/Group assign
buttons and the GROUP MASTER level controls to let you
assign the channel signal to any track, or to any stereo
pair (1/2, 3/4, 5/6, 7/8), with continuous stereo pan
control.
A CUE section lets you adjust level and panning of each
channel for a monitor mix sent to a separate monitor
system, or a cue mix sent to a performer’s headphones.
During mixdown the pan pots are used to position each
track in the stereo mix.
Two Aux Sends With Stereo
Returns
You can connect up to two external effects devices to the
MD8 to greatly expand your on-board sound processing
capabilities by adding specific amounts of reverb, delay,
chorus, pitch change or other effects to each track.
Each channel features two Aux Send controls for
A full complement of panel controls give you direct and
immediate access to record, playback and editing
functions intuitively—with only one hand. Included are
familiar transport functions like Record, Play and Stop,
plus convenient Direct/Group track assign buttons for
each track, and a pitch function which lets you adjust the
pitch for playback and recording by ±12%.
A handy Jog/Shuttle dial lets you fast-forward at HALF
speed, or fast-forward/rewind through a song at 2x, 4x,
8x, 16x or 32x speeds, as well as locate a specific beat or
frame. The Jog/Shuttle dial also works in conjunction with
Edit, Utility and other menus to quickly call up specific
functions—with the simple twist of the dial.
The large fluorescent display provides ample feedback
of current operating status, including selected tracks for
recording, current operating mode, disc and song titles,
and level meters (with clipping indicator) for each track
as well as the stereo output. A song time indicator gives
you the option of displaying song location in minutes,
seconds and frames—either as Elapsed time, Total time,
or Remaining time, or by measure/beat.
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MIDI Control Options
The MD8 comes equipped with MIDI In, Out and Thru
terminals, plus various MIDI control options such as
MIDI Time Code (MTC) transmit which permits the MD8
to control play of an MTC-compatible music sequencer or
desktop music system, plus MIDI Machine Control
(MMC) receive which permits an external MIDI
sequencer to control play of the MD8.
A Tempo Map function lets you determine up to 26
Meter change and 26 Tempo change events per song, thus
giving you flexible options for precise control of playback
timing.
designating the level of the input channel signals sent to
the AUX SEND 1 and 2 outputs. Stereo effect signals can
be “returned” from the external processors to the MD8
via the stereo channel 9/10 and 11/12 input jacks,
respectively, and added to the mix via the 9/10 and 11/12
Level controls.
GROUP ASSIGN switches let you route the returned
stereo signals to the recorder tracks at will. (You can also
use the 9/10 or 11/12 jacks to input stereo signals from
an external sound source such as a sampler or
submixer.)
Monitoring Features & Direct Outputs
The MD8’s flexible monitoring capabilities are designed
to help simplify recording and mixing operations by
letting you hear exactly what you want at all times.
You can monitor the MD8 with a pair of stereo
headphones plugged into the front-panel PHONES jack, as
well as with an external amplifier and speaker system
connected to the stereo MONITOR OUT jacks—overall
output volume is controlled by the MONITOR LEVEL
control.
The MONITOR SELECT switches let you hear Group
signals, stereo signals received at the 2-TRACK IN jacks
(such as a 2-track recorder, external submixer or
sampler), the stereo output buss, or the cue signal from
the recorder tracks.
By using the CUE LEVEL controls for each recorder
track you can set up a separate monitor mix, thus leaving
all eight mixer input channels open for connecting
additional audio sources such as external MIDI
instruments.
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the on-board mixer entirely, by connecting them to an
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points to another track, and Track Copy, which lets you
copy an entire track to another track. A Rehearse mode
lets you perform a dry run before activating the actual
recording operation.
Song Repeat, Cue List
& Program Play
Search & Locate
Song & Track Editing Features
The MD8 boasts fast and accurate search and locate
features which greatly speed up the recording and mixing
processes. There are a variety of controls to help you
jump directly to any song location you want.
Song Search buttons let you cue instantly to the
beginning of each song. Last Record Search buttons let
you go directly to the point at which recording was last
started or ended. Mark Search buttons let you locate
“markers”, or up to 12 specific points within each song
which are freely assignable.
The MD8 also has a Time Entry Search function which
lets you locate a specific point within a song by entering
the exact time position in minutes, seconds and frames
(or by measure and beat), as well as quickly find your
location aurally using the Jog/Shuttle dial.
The MD8’s song and track editing features give you the
flexibility to fine-tune the details of your creation as well
as experiment with different arrangement ideas without
fear of losing any important takes.
Song Copy lets you make a safety backup copy of a
song—including title, marks and tempo map—before
track ping-ponging, so if you’re not happy with the result,
you can always go back to the duplicate version and try
again. You can determine track mode for 4- or 8-track
recording. Song Divide lets you divide a song into several
independent songs, which can then be arranged as a
program for playback. Song Combine lets you combine
adjacent songs that were divided using the Song Divide
function. Song Move lets you move a song to a specified
blank area on the disc, and Song Renumber lets you
The MD8’s nonlinear approach to song and marker
location and playback gives you unique listening and even
arranging options. The Repeat function lets you designate
either a single song to play repeatedly, or all songs to
repeatedly play one after another, in a loop. An A-B
Repeat function lets you play a specific section of a song
repeatedly, looping between designated A and B points.
The Cue List Playback function lets you create a
completely different version of a song by compiling a Cue
List of up to 26 steps (i.e., a sequence of cues for
playback) using markers. You can specify the start
marker and end marker for each step, plus the number of
times you want the step to repeat.
The Program Playback function works in a similar way,
letting you compile a “Program” of songs to play in a
specific order, by assigning a song number to each step in
a Program list containing up to 36 steps.
Setting Up A Cue List
Part Copy
The Cue List Playback function lets you compile markers into a list of steps, or “cues”, for playback in a sequence. Since each
cue can be set and executed with a precision of approximately 1/100 of a second, the MD8 provides instant, seamless
playback of each consecutive step in the sequence, thus letting you create a completely different arrangement of a song.
The Part Copy function lets you copy a section from one
track to a different section in a different track.
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Setting up a Cue List is easy. First you assign markers to specific points in the song. Next you designate start
and end marker numbers for each step, along with how many times each step should repeat. Then you’re
ready to hear your new arrangement!
The Mini Disc is an optical disc-based sound recording
and playback format which is extremely durable,
highly reliable, virtually unaffected by external
magnetic fields, and retains its inherent quality
despite repeated recording and playback. The MD8 uses
MD DATA discs which permit 18-minutes of 8-track
recording, 37-minutes of 4-track recording, 74minutes of stereo recording, and 148-minutes of mono
recording. The MD8 also offers options for stereo and
monaural recording and playback of standard Mini
Discs, including playback of commercially available
pre-recorded Mini Discs and Mini Discs recorded on
home consumer-type MD decks. (Note: MD DATA discs
cannot be played on consumer-type MD decks.)
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8-track independent simultaneous record/play (Recording time: 18min)
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THD+N: 0.012% typ. (1kHz)
Auto & Manual Punch In/Out (11.6 ms accuracy)
Four-track (37min), Stereo (74min), or Mono (148min) record/play
Vari-pitch (±12%)
Start and End point of Song, Direct Time Locate
8 Marker locate points for each song, Last Recording In/Out point
2x, 4x, 8x, 16x, 32x play speed
Disc Erase
Copy, Move, Divide, Combine, Renumber, Erase, Name
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With its MTC (MIDI Time Code) transmit and MMC (MIDI Machine Control) receive capabilities and highly flexible monitoring and mixing options, the MD8 is ideally suited for seamless
integration into a MIDI-based music system to greatly increase your personal composing and music production options. Since the MIDI sequencer stays in perfect sync with MD8 play at
all times, there’s no need to “print” the MIDI sampler or synthesizer sounds to recorder tracks—thus keeping them open for vocals and live instruments, as well as multiple ping-ponging.
Recorder Specifications
h tapeata on
Rhythm Guitar
Mode buttons: AUTO PUNCH I/O, EDIT, UTILITY, ADJUST, PITCH, TIME DISPLAY,
EXIT, UTILITY
CURSOR shuttle/DATA dial
Locate buttons: MARK, MARK SEARCH, LAST REC (IN/OUT), SET, REPEAT, A/B
MIDI IN, OUT, THRU
FLD (Fluorescent Display)
MONITOR OUT (L, R)
Phono (–10dB)
AUX SEND x2
Phone jack (–10dB)
PHONES OUT
Stereo phone jack (8~40Ω)
Frequency
Response
20Hz~20kHz +1, –3dB
EQ
3-band, ±12 dB (LOW: 80 Hz shelving. MID: Peaking (250Hz~5kHz).
HIGH: 12 kHz Shelving)
MASTER
Channel Features
Stereo Fader (45mm), Group Master Level controls 1~4, CUE Master Level control,
Monitor Level control, Monitor Select buttons (2TR IN, 1–3, 2–4, STEREO, CUE)
Footswitch
FC5
Recordable MD Data Disc
MMD-140
0 dB is referenced to 0.775 V r.m.s.
General Specifications
Power Requirements
Power Consumption
Dimensions (W x H x D)
Weight
Temperature
Operating Conditions
Humidity
Optional Accessories
USA & Canada: 120V/60Hz, Others: 230V/50Hz
35W
484 x 102 x 412.3mm
6.4kg
5˚C–35˚C (41˚F–95˚F)
10%–95%
FC5 Footswitch
Specifications subject to change without notice.
MD Data and MiniDisc are registered
trademarks of Sony Corporation.
Yamaha Home Page: http://www.yamaha.co.jp:80/product/proaudio/homeenglish/index.html
For details please contact:
LPA394 971140 Printed in Japan
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