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

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

136 As the screen warns,

136 As the screen warns, pressing will permanently delete the unused ends of the sound. To cancel the deletion, press . NOTE: If a sound is currently loaded into more than one drum (for example, a tom-tom is loaded into both TOM3 and TOM4 at two different tunings) and you press the soft key, the truncation will not occur. This is because the other drum which is also using this sound may need the ends of the sound which you want to cut off. If this occurs and you are still certain you want to cut off the ends, you must first delete the sound from the other drums) which are using it. • SOFT KEY 2- : This function allows a sound to be reversed in memory, front to back. Pressing this soft key causes the following screen to be displayed: Pressing will cause the sound to be reversed, front to back. When complete, the previous screen is re-displayed. This is not an irreversible operation- if you decide that you do not like the reversed sound, you can re-reverse it back to the original sound. NOTE: The reverse function does not change any of the other settings in the EDIT A SOUND screen. For example, the contents of the START and END fields are not exchanged after a operation. NOTE 2: As the screen warns, a reverse operation will affect all drums which are currently using this sound. This is because the actually sample memory is being reversed. For example, if a single "tom tom" sound is simultaneously loaded into TOM1, TOM2, TOMS, and TOM4 (at different tunings) and you reverse the sound in the drum TOM1, then the reversed sound will play in all four

Section 6: Sampling and editing sounds 137 drums because all four drums used that same sound, which is now reversed. • SOFT KEY 3- : This soft key allows you to delete the currently displayed sound from memory. Pressing this soft key causes the following screen to appear: Press causes the sound to be deleted from memory. To cancel this function, press . NOTE: If a sound is currently loaded into more than one drum (for example, a tom-tom is loaded into both TOMS and TOM4 at two different tunings) and you press the soft key, the drum will no longer be assigned to this sound, but the sound will not be deleted from memory. This is because the other drum is still using the sound. To delete the sound from memory you must delete it from all other drums) which are using it. • SOFT KEY 4- : This soft key changes the screen to display the second page of parameters, which control envelope and velocity parameters. The DRUM and NAME fields, and the 4 soft keys, are the same as in page 1: The fields are: • The ATTACK(MSECS) field: This field controls the amount of time over which the sound will rise from silence to each note's velocity level, measured in milliseconds.

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