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

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

102 LOCATE keys. As this

102 LOCATE keys. As this value changes, the event display area is constantly updated to display the events contained at this displayed location. As in the PLAY/RECORD screen, the distance moved by pressing the "" keys is set in the NOTE VALUE field in the TIMING CORRECT screen. • SOFT KEY 1- : Pressing this soft key causes a new event to be inserted at the current sequence position. The type of event inserted is determined by the EVENT TO INSERT field in the STEP EDIT OPTIONS screen. • SOFT KEY 2 - : Pressing this soft key causes the active event to be deleted from the track. The active event is the event at the uppermost line of the screen (preceded by the ">"). • SOFT KEY 3 - : Pressing this soft key causes the active event to be played. The active event is the event at the uppermost line of the screen (preceded by the u>n). • SOFT KEY 4 - : Pressing this soft key displays the following screen: This screen presents a number of options related to step editing: • The EVENT TO INSERT field: This parameter selects which type of midi event will be inserted when the soft key is pressed from the STEP EDIT screen. The options include all the available midi event types, including all 128 midi controllers. If one of these controllers is selected, the name assigned to the that controller is also displayed, as assigned in the "Midi 1.0 Detailed Specification, Document Revision 4.0". • The AUTO STEP INCREMENT ON KEY RELEASE field: If set to YES, the ">" key (fast forward) will automatically be pressed internally by the MPC60 after each key from the midi keyboard is released, or if a chord was played, after the last key from the chord is released. This allows, for example, the recording of a series of notes or chords, one 1/16 note for each, without having to manually advance to the

Section 4:Editing sequences 103 next 1/16 after playing each key. If this field is set to NO, this effect is defeated. • The DURATION OF RECORDED NOTES field: This field is used to determine the method by which durations are assigned to notes recorded from the midi keyboard while in STEP EDIT mode. This is a choice field and has 2 options: SAME AS STEP and AS PLAYED: 1. If set to SAME AS STEP, durations are always four clocks less than the current step size (the current NOTE VALUE field setting in the TIMING CORRECT screen). 2. If set to AS PLAYED, the actual time the note is held (relative to the current tempo) is used for the duration value, even though the sequence is not playing. To guide your timing, if a key is held down more than one 1/4 note, a metronome click plays exactly one 1/4 note after the key is depressed, and plays again for each additional 1/4 note the key is held down. For example, if you wanted to record a note with a duration of one 1/2 note, you would play the key and release it after 2 clicks were heard. • The STEP EDIT DISPLAY FILTER section: This is a "filter" similar to the erase filter or the midi input filter, except this one controls which types of midi events existing in the track get displayed in the step edit screen. For example, if the only events you wanted to edit were pitch bend messages, it would be bothersome to have to view all the other events. Another example would be to filter out all continuous controller data to make it easier to view only the notes. To use the display filter, move the cursor to the VIEW field. This is a choice field with 3 options: 1. ALL EVENTS: If this option is selected, all possible event types will be displayed. 2. ONLY VIEW: If this option is selected, only one event type may be displayed, and the type of event to be displayed is selected in a new field appearing directly to the right on the same line. In this rightmost field, all event types are listed, including all 128 midi controllers, each individually named as listed in the "Midi 1.0 Detailed Specification, Document Revision 4.0". 3. ALL EXCEPT: This option is similar to ONLY VIEW, above, except that all event types except the event displayed to the right of the words ALL EXCEPT are displayed.

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