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4 – Recording
In addition to the built-in microphone, an external microphone
or external audio devices (i.e. CD player) can also be used for
Recordings can be made in MP3 (32k -320kbps, 44.1k/48kHz)
and WAV/BWF (44.1k/48k/96kHz, 16/24-bit) audio formats.
Cue marks in WAV file that supports BWF (Broadcast Wave
Format) can be used in BWF compatible softwares.
In addition, the DR-22WL can mix input signals while playing an
audio file and record a new file (overdubbing function).
Selecting the recording mode
(EASY recording mode)
Select the scene dial to .
The simple recording mode allows users to quickly start
recording by pressing the RECORD button just once; it
automatically adjusts the recording level. This feature is useful
for beginners and others wanting to make a quick-recording.
(MANUAL recording mode)
Select the scene dial to .
The manual mode allows to adjust the recording level manually,
suited for a higher-quality recording. This feature is especially
useful for those who wants to make fine-tuned recording.
1. Press the RECORD button to set the recording standby
The indicator around the RECORD button flashes and the
recording screen opens.
The bottom of the recording screen displays the recording
file name, the recording audio file type, and the sampling
rate. Users can confirm these information before starting
When the scene dial is set at “ ", recording begins when
you press the RECORD button once.
2. Press the RECORD button again to start recording.
When recording starts, the RECORD indicator lights, and
displays the elapsed recording time and the remaining
To pause, press the RECORD button while recording.
Press the RECORD button again to resume recording.
If you press the /MENU/8 button while in pause mode,
the recorded audio file up to the pause point will be created.
3. Press the /MENU/8 button to stop recording.
The recording stops and returns to the beginning of the file.
In recording standby mode, the speaker will not emit sound.
Use a headphone to listen to the input sound and make level
adjustments. In recording mode, operating the OUTPUT
LEVEL (+/−) button to adjust sound will not affect the
To avoid recording the RECORD button operation sound,
the DR-22WL begins recording about 0.3 seconds (fixed
time) after pressing the RECORD button. (REC DELAY)
Noise may occur during microphone recording when the
unit and AC adapter are in close proximity. If noise occurs,
move the AC adapter away from the unit.
Scene recording mode
The DR-22WL offers pre-set scenes that adjusts recording to the
most-suited level. Turn the scene dial and to set the following
Suited for recording band performance and other scenes with
large sound volume.
Suited for recording voices, such as concert or group sining.
Suited for recording near musical instruments, such as an
acoustic guitar and wind instruments.
Suited for recording an interview or take voice memos during
Recording level, low-cut filter, or level control are still
adjustable in scene recording mode.
However, level control cannot be adjusted in scene mode.
Settings are not stored and will be removed when scene
mode is changed.