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

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

150 3. MASTER: There is

150 3. MASTER: There is a single set of stereo mix settings which is not stored in any sequence. If the stereo mix mode is set to MASTER, this single set of mix settings is used instead of the sequence settings. In this mode, mix settings and changes are not stored to disk with the sequence, and if the sequence number is changed, the mix settings remain unchanged. In this mode, any mid-sequence mix changes (see RECORD LIVE CHANGES field, below), are ignored. This option is preferable if you only want the stereo mix to change when you manually change it, and not otherwise. Further, the master settings are saved to disk whenever a SET file is saved, and therefore whenever a SET file is loaded, the stereo mix settings from that file are automatically loaded into the master stereo mix settings. • The ECHO MIX field: The echo mixer may be set in this field to one of two main modes: SEQUENCE and MASTER. The function of these two modes is identical to that described above in the "Stereo mix mode" field. • The RECORD LIVE CHANGES fields (2 fields): There are two of these fields- one each for the stereo mixer and the echo mixer. They will only appear on the screen if the corresponding MIX field on the same line (STEREO MIX or ECHO MIX) is set to SEQUENCE. RCRD LIVE CHNGS is an abbreviation for "record live changes" and these are choice fields which have 2 options: NO and YES. If set to YES, all changes made to the stereo mixer (or echo mixer) while in RECORD or OVERDUB modes are recorded into the active track in real time, just like an automated mixer. When played back, the mixer settings will change exactly as they did while recording. Further, if either the stereo mixer or echo mixer screens are displayed during playback, the graphic mixers will move in real time to indicate the live changes. These movements are stored like any continuous controllers- as a series of many discrete events (in this case, MIXER VOL, MIXER PAN, or ECHO MIX VOL events), and these discrete events can be edited in detail in Step edit mode. NOTE 1: If you use OVERDUB mode to add mix changes to a region of the track where previous mix changes exist, the old changes are not erased, but rather the new changes will be added in between the old ones, producing unpredictable results. For this reason, it is a good idea to record your automated mix data on its own separate "drums" track, then always use RECORD mode (not OVERDUB mode) to "punch-in" any mix changes. This will automatically erase the old changes throughout the punch-in region, but since the mix changes are on a separate track, any drum notes are not erased.

Section 6: Sampling and editing sounds 151 NOTE 2: A large number of these mix change events can cause minor slowing of playback due to the large processing requirement. To reduce the number of these events, increase the MINIMUM CHANGE field's setting for these event types (in the MIDI INPUT FILTER screen) to as high a number as acceptable before recording mix changes. This will "thin-out" the mix data, lessening the processing requirement. NOTE 3: As with any other mid-sequence control changes, these mix changes 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. NOTE 4: The RCRD LIVE CHNGS field for the stereo mix will only appear if the STEREO MIX field is set to SEQUENCE. If set to MASTER, the field disappears is internally forced to NO. The same rule applies to the echo mixer. The HIHAT DECAY SWITCH THRESHOLDS section: The HIHAT is unique among the other drums in that one of three sounds is played depending on the setting of the HIHAT DECAY slider: 1. A closed hihat sound; 2. A medium decay sound; and 3. An open hihat sound. These two fields determine the thresholds which separate the three regions. The range for each is 0 to 127, since this is the output range of the hihat decay slider. The default setting for CLOSED/MEDIUM is 42; the default setting for MEDIUM/OPEN is 110. The "OTHER" section: There are two fields in this section: • The CONTROLLER NUMBER FOR HIHAT DECAY field: This field is used to assign which of the 127 midi controller numbers is used to transmit and receive hihat decay data. For example, to controller the hihat decay from a keyboard modulation wheel, set it

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