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    Question Deleting tracks/time on mr8

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    Hi again folks, is it possible to get time back on on my cf card after deleting a track or portion of a track? Let's say I want to do a whole take over and it takes up a whole track and I'm short on time. Is there a way to get more time on my card by deleting that 1 tracks data? Thanks again Pat

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    Yes. After deleting the track, use the Song menu options to free up deleted material.

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    track time

    it goes song menu, DELETE UNUSED

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    Re: Deleting tracks/time on mr8

    Originally posted by pjh6467
    Hi again folks, is it possible to get time back on on my cf card after deleting a track or portion of a track? Let's say I want to do a whole take over and it takes up a whole track and I'm short on time. Is there a way to get more time on my card by deleting that 1 tracks data? Thanks again Pat
    Not exactly. You can delete unused for the entire track, but If you erase part of a track, you can't recover that used memory.

    I had an email exchange with Fostex on that one. It sucks that you can't recover the memory for parts of tracks that you no longer need.

    So make sure you don't let the recording run longer than you need it too. Especially, don't let the recording run untill you used up the memory capacity of the card. Then you are stuck and will have to transfer the wave to PC, then edit it and transfer it back.
    http://www.nocats.net - has link to youtube channel but only some background music on those vids, so far, def more to come!

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