Roland CD-2i manual

Roland CD-2i
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manualRoland CD-2i

Quick Start

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All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced in any form without the written
permission of ROLAND CORPORATION.
Roland is a registered trademark of Roland Corporation in the United States and/or other countries.
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Turn on the Power

To turn the power on/o , press and hold the button until the
indication in the display changes.
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If you’re operating the CD-2i on batteries, you won’t be
able to perform CD-related operations such as recording,
playing, or writing songs, etc. Nor will it be possible to use
phantom power.

Display

Various information is shown here.

Internal Stereo Speakers

Simply press the [
Play/Pause] button to hear sound
immediately.
The speakers can be turned on/o with the press of a single
button.
If you connect headphones, the speakers are automatically
turned o .
Edit
Here you can make settings for the CD-2i and perform editing
operations.
Press [MENU] to access the editing screen.
Use the cursor keys to move the cursor or edit the parameter values.
Press [ENTER] to con rm your selection.
By pressing [EXIT] a number of times, you can return to the song
information screen.

Take Advantage of the Easy Guide

Press the button a number of times to select what you want
to do.
In the display, navigate through the settings and steps for the
operation you selected.

1. Recording

Make settings that are appropriate for your
performance or situation, and then record.

2. Erase

Erase unwanted data from media.

3. Write SD CD

Choose the desired songs from an SD memory card,
and use them to create a CD.

4. CD Backup

Create a duplicate of a CD.
The SD memory card must have enough free space to
hold the CD you want to back up.

5. Karaoke

Use the Center Cancel function to create karaoke data.

6. Overdub

Using an existing song as backing, record a new
performance on top of it.
This creates new song data separately from the
existing song.

7. Rehearsal

Automatically set the input level for recording.

Adjust the Volume

MIC knob

This adjusts the mic input level. Set this so that the peak indicator lights brie y during the loudest portions of the
song you’ll be recording.
This knob has no e ect if the [MIC LEVEL] switch located on the left panel is set to AUTO.
If you use the Rehearsal function to set the level automatically, the actual level will not match the position of the
knob.

LINE/PHONO IN knob

This adjusts the input level from the line/phono jacks.

VOLUME knob

This adjusts the volume of the output from the speakers or headphones.

Practice Your Music

Metronome

This sounds the metronome. The metronome will start/stop
each time you press the button.

KEY

This lets you change the pitch of the playback sound.
The key setting changes the pitch in semitone steps. This is
a convenient way to transpose a song to a di erent key for
more comfortable singing.
The pitch setting changes the pitch in steps of 1/100th of a
semitone. This allows you to make  ne adjustments to the
pitch in order to match the CD playback to an instrument’s
tuning.

SPEED

This lets you change the playback speed.
You can choose either a mode in which the pitch is una ected
by the speed change, or a mode in which the pitch will
change together with the speed.

CENTER CANCEL

This lets you eliminate the sound that’s heard from the center,
such as the vocal or melody. Using this, you can enjoy singing
or playing your instrument to the background provided by
the CD playback.

REPEAT

This lets you repeatedly play back a speci ed region of the
song.
During playback, press this button once to set point A and
press it a second time to specify point “B. Playback will begin
repeating between points A and “B. If you press the [REPEAT]
button during repeat playback, the repeat function will be
cancelled and playback will proceed through the song.

Record and Play Back

Use the MODE buttons to select either SD or CD.
To eject the CD, press the [EJECT] button. If you eject a CD that allows additional
recording, a con rmation screen will ask whether you want to  nalize the disc (i.e.,
disable additional recording, making the disc playable on other CD players).

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Roland CD-2i specifications

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General
Brand Roland
Model CD-2i
Product Audio Recorder
EAN 4957054412142
Language English
Filetype PDF

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