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

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

108 current step will be

108 current step will be played (output through midi), just as though the sequence had been played at that step only. If you don't want to hear a particular track, turn that track OFF from the PLAY/RECORD screen. As you step through the sequence step by step, the screen is updated by placing the first event within that step at the "active event" line. To edit any of the fields in the line, move the cursor left or right to the desired field and change the contents as desired. If there are multiple events at that step, they will be displayed on the other on-screen event lines. Use the CURSOR UP or CURSOR DOWN keys to access different events by scrolling the screen's 5 line "window" UP or DOWN, and thereby moving higher or lower numbered events to the "active event" line. As an example, using the "" keys would move from step to step to access a chord at each step; and the CURSOR UP and CURSOR DOWN keys would access the individual notes in each chord. NOTE: All mid-sequence control changes, including the 128 CONTROLLERS, PITCH BEND, PROGRAM CHANGE, MIXER VOLUME, MIXER PAN, and ECHO MIX VOLUME, only take effect when played in a sequence. This means if you play a section of a sequence containing a specific controller event, the last played value of that controller will remain until another occurrence of the same controller is played, even if you stop the sequence and start playing it from another location. Because of this, whenever you use one of these events within a sequence, it is important to insert another event of the same type at the beginning of the sequence to set the controller to an initial value. 4.4.3 Step recording Step edit also makes possible the recording of new notes from the midi keyboard using a step-by-step method. To record a note while in step mode, move to the desired position within the sequence, then play and release the desired note from the midi keyboard. This note will then appear as the new current event, with its pitch, velocity, release velocity and duration displayed numerically. The duration of the note is taken from the actual duration played, relative to the current tempo. However, if the DURATION OF RECORDED NOTES field in the STEP EDIT OPTIONS screen is set to SAME AS STEP, The duration always defaults to the current NOTE VALUE setting in the TIMING CORRECT screen. If the AUTO STEP INCREMENT ON KEY RELEASE field in the STEP EDIT OPTIONS screen is set to YES, the current position within the sequence will automatically advance one step forward when the newly recorded note (or chord) is released. This will allow you to, for example, record a series of notes (or chords) one at a time

Section 4:Editing sequences 109 while stopped, and automatically play them back as perfect 1/16 notes. To do this: 1. Set up your sequence and track for recording from your midi keyboard as you would to record in real time; 2. Rewind to the start of the sequence; 3. Press STEP EDIT; 4. Press SOFT KEY 4, ; 5. Set the AUTO STEP INCREMENT ON KEY RELEASE field to YES; 6. Press STEP EDIT again; 7. Play a series of notes (or chords), one at a time; 8. Press PLAY START- the notes you have just entered will play back as a series of perfect 1/16 notes.

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