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Akai MPC-60 v2.0 Owners Manual.pdf - Fdiskc

Akai MPC-60 v2.0 Owners Manual.pdf - Fdiskc

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100 This is a choice field with 2 options: VELOCITY and DURATION. It is used to select which of these 2 parameters the function will affect. • The VALUE field: This field works in conjunction with the ACTION field and sets the number which will be used to change the velocities or durations. • The ACTION field: This is a choice field and has 4 options: 1. ADD "VALUE" TO EACH: This selection adds the number in the VALUE field to each note in the range. 2. SUBTRACT "VALUE" FROM EACH: This selection subtracts the number in the VALUE field from each note in the range. 3. MULTIPLY EACH BY "VALUE" %: This selection multiplies each note in the range by the number in the VALUE field. A value of 100% = no change; values of 101 to 200% proportionally increase each note's velocity; values of 0 to 99% proportionally decrease each note's velocity value. 4. SET EACH TO "VALUE": This selection changes each note in the range to the number in the VALUE field. • SOFT KEY 1- : After you have entered the correct data in each of the above fields, pressing this soft key performs the actual function. Example: To reduce the velocity values of all notes in a track by half, set the screen fields to the following values: 1. Set the TRACK field to the track you wish to change; 2. Set the FROM field to the start of the sequence; 3. Set the TO field to the end of the sequence; 4. Set the CHANGE field to VELOCITY; 5. Set the VALUE field to 50; 6. Set the ACTION field to MULTIPLY EACH BY `VALUE' % 7. Press

Section 4:Editing sequences 101 4.4 The STEP EDIT key The STEP EDIT function allows the contents of the active track to be edited in precise detail. When the STEP EDIT key is pressed, any notes or events which exist in the active track at the current sequence position are displayed on the screen as a series of data fields, which may then be edited. Also, any notes played at this time are recorded into the active track at the current sequence position. STEP EDIT can also be thought of as "note edit" mode. We use the term "step edit" because "step mode" in sequencers traditionally refers to the ability to record or edit sequences while stopped, which is what this function does. 4.4.1 The STEP EDIT screen To enter step edit mode, press the STEP EDIT key. The following screen will appear, displaying any notes or events which exist in the active track at the current sequence position: A description of the fields and soft keys follows: • The event display area (lines 2 through 6 of the LCD screen): This area of the screen displays up to five events, one per line, existing in the active track at the location within the sequence displayed in the NOW field. These events are most commonly notes (either drum or keyboard notes, depending on whether the active track is a drums or non-drums track), but may also be one of a number of special midi control events. The format of each of the various event types is described in detail later in this section. • The NOW field: The field shows the current position within the sequence exactly as in the PLAY/RECORD screen. As in the PLAY/RECORD screen, this value is changed by using the “

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