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Using Rhythms from the Discrete Drums CD
The BR-1180CD’s built-in drum sounds are recorded as PCM-format waves stored permanently in its memory. You can also load .WAV-format drum files, such as those found on the Discrete Drums CD that shipped with your BR-1180CD. This section explains how to use the pre-recorded rhythm files on the Discrete Drums CD. Before we start, create a new song. You’ll generally want to set up your rhythm before recording other tracks so that they’ll be recorded in time with the rhythm.

Preparing the Rhythm Guide
We’ll start by setting the tempo for the song. 1. Press EDIT above the STEREO RHYTHM/LOOP fader so the button lights. 2. Cursor to BPM if it’s not already highlighted.

3. Turn the TIME/VALUE dial to change BPM to 136. 4. Cursor to “100” underneath the letters “RHY.” The RHY parameter sets the volume of the rhythm. 5. Turn the TIME/VALUE dial to set RHY to 0, turning the volume of the builtin PCM drum sounds all the way down. This way, all you’ll hear are the .WAV audio Discrete Drum files we’ll be importing into the BR-1180CD. 6. Press the STEREO RHYTHM/LOOP ON/OFF button once so it’s blinking. This sets the Rhythm Guide so it will sound after you press PLAY. 7. Make sure the STEREO RHYTHM/LOOP fader is turned up.

Importing Discrete Drum Files
Now we’re ready to import .WAV files from the Discrete Drums CD, storing them on the BR-1180CD’s own built-in hard drive. 1. Insert the Discrete Drums disc into the BR-1180CD’s CD-R/W drive. See Page 24 of the BR-1180CD’s Owner’s Manual if you don’t know how to operate its CD-R/W drive. 2. Wait for the CD-R/W drive’s amber LED to stop flashing.

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Using the BR-1180CD Rhythm Guide

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