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

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

104 4.4.2 Using STEP

104 4.4.2 Using STEP EDIT Using STEP EDIT is simple: 1. Use the FAST FORWARD, REWIND, or LOCATE functions to find the desired approximate location (or just play the sequence until you hear the desired location, then press STOP); 2. Press STEP EDIT. The NOW field will change to the nearest timing correct location (usually the nearest 1J16 note), and any notes existing in the active track at that location will be displayed on the screen. 3. You can now edit any of the data fields for any of the displayed notes by moving the cursor to the desired field and editing it. Also, any notes played will be recorded at this location and immediately displayed on the screen. 4. To view other locations within the sequence, use the FAST FORWARD, REWIND, or LOCATE functions, just as you would while the PLAY/RECORD screen is displayed. 5. Once you're finished, press MAIN SCREEN to return to the PLAY/RECORD screen. NOTE 1: The "" keys cause the current position of the sequence to move backward or forward one 1/16 note (one "step"). To change this distance, change the NOTE VALUE field in the TIMING CORRECT screen. NOTE 2: The STEP EDIT screen only displays notes which exist at the the exact location displayed in the NOW field. This can sometimes cause confusion. For example, in a sequence containing a series of 1/32 notes playing a major scale, if you are stepping through the sequence one 1/16 note at a time by repeatedly pressing the ">" key, you will hear only the odd numbered notes in the scale with each new key press- the even numbered 1/32 notes will be hidden between the 1/16 notes. In order to view all of the 1/32 notes, you must change the NOTE VALUE field in the TIMING CORRECT screen to "1/32". Then you will view each successive 1/32 note in the scale as you repeatedly press the ">" key. NOTE 3: If the current SHUFFLE setting is other than 50%, pressing the "" keys will move to locations which fall on shuffled 1/16 notes. If at this time you are editing a sequence which contains 1/16 notes recorded at a shuffle setting of 50%, the even numbered 1/16 notes will NOT be heard as you step through the sequence, because only notes existing in shuffled 1/16 note locations will be viewed. This same rule applies to the SHIFT TIMING function- if the SHIFT AMOUNT field is set to "0" and you are editing a sequence which was recorded while the SHIFT AMOUNT field was set to any amount other than "0", none of the notes will be seen as you step through the sequence, because these notes fall on shifted

Section 4:Editing sequences 105 locations, and you are currently viewing notes falling on nonshifted locations. Here's more details about STEP EDIT: The step edit screen may display up to five events, one on each line, which exist at the current sequence position, or "step". The format of the event line is different for each type of event, but the first two fields of each event type are the same: At the left edge of the screen is the event number within the current step. There can be many events at this step, and this field indicates the number of the event within the step. For example, if a three note chord existed at this step, this field would show the number of each note within the chord. To the right of the event number is an untitled choice field, containing the type of event displayed. Examples of midi events are: notes, pitch bend, program change, etc. The other fields to the right are unique for each type of event. The available types of events and their associated data fields are: >O1-NOte> C#3 Ve1:083/064 Dur:0142 This is a NOTE event. The fields are: 1. PITCH (untitled): This choice field has no title, but contains the pitch of the note, showing the note name (C through B; sharps are indicated by a "#"), followed by the octave (-2 through 8). The range is from C-2 to G8. 2. VEL (velocity): This is actually two fields: the initial velocity and the release velocity. The range for both is from 0 to 127. 3. DUR (duration): This field shows the duration from the "note on" to the "note off", measured in clocks (1/384 notes). The range is 1 - 9999. >O1-Note> TOMl Ve1:064 Tun: 0 Dur: 93 This is a DRUM NOTE event. The fields are: 1. DRUM NAME (untitled): This choice field indicates which of the 32 internal drum names this event applies to. 2. VEL (velocity): This is the velocity of the drum note. 3. TUN (tuning): This field sets the tuning for the displayed note only, and is added to the tuning

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