Glossary, Album, Audio master quality recording – Yamaha CDR-HD1500 User Manual
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The following explains key terms used in this manual.
An album is a unit used while playing back or recording audio
signals on Ibis unit. For detailed information, see "Data on the
Audio Master Quality Recording
Audio Master Quality Recording is a high quality recording mode
used lo create an audio CD wiih its original quality. By minimiziiig
the jitter that subtly degrades the audio qiitility or even causes data
transmission failure. Audio Master Quality Recording actualizes ;i
clear sound close to the original sound.
A bookmark is a collection of audio tracks of your preference. You
can play back or record audio data using a bookmark, and an album
can be created from a bookmark. For detailed information, see
"Data on the HDD” (P. 16) or "Data on CDs" (P. 17).
CD TEXT is text informatitm (album title, track title, etc) recorded
on CDs and can be read only with a CD player or CD-ROM drive
that supports CD TEXT.
Digital move implies moving audio data recorded on the HDD onto
CD-R/RW discs. The audio data once digital moved onto CD-R/RW
discs are erased from the HDD. Because digital move is regarded as
one generation of digital copying, audio data can be digitally copied
from CDs onto the HDD and then from the HDD onto CD-R/RW
discs. However, audio data cannot he copied onto several CD-R/
RW discs at the same time.
A disc is a unit used while playing back or recording audio signals
on this unit. For detailed information, see “Data on the HDD”
(P. 16) or "Data on CDs” (P. 17).
Emphasis is a recording mode used to improve the quality of audio
data. Emphasis turns the volume of the upper register up before
recording and dowm w'hile playing back, resulting in a decrease in
the noise level of the upper register.
Finalize is a process to enable audio data recorded onlo CD-R/RW
discs to be played btick on CD players or other CD-RW compatible
devices. An audio disc created on this unit must be fintilized to be
played back on other playback devices.
A group is a unit used wiiile playing hack or recording audio signals
on this unit and is a collective term for albums, discs and book
marks. A group consists of several audio tracks. For detailed
information, see "Data on the HDD" (P16) or "Data on CDs”
SCMS (Serial Copy Mtinagement System) is a system developed by
JASRAC (Japanese Society for Rights of Authors, Composers and
Producers) to prevent unlimited digital copying of CD's and other
prerecorded media. In essence, SCMS prevents more than one
generation of digital copying (i.e, a copy of an SCMS copy
protected source cannot be duplicated).
TOC (Table of Contents) is a disc index recorded on a finalized disc
and enables playback devices to distinguish audio tracks recorded
on the disc.
A track is equivalent to one audio recording and is the smallest unit
used while playing hack or recording audio signals on this unit. For
detailed information, see “Data on the HDD” (P. 16) or "Data on
A track mark is a mark made at the beginning of a track and enables
playback devices to distinguish the starting position of each audio
track. A track mark also facilitates track search and intro playback.
You can make a track miirk on this unit either automatically or