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

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

158 7.4 Saving a drum

158 7.4 Saving a drum sound This function saves a single drum sound to a disk file, called a "sound" file (the 3 letter file extension is "SND"). From the disk menu screen, type 3 to select SAVE A SOUND and the following screen will appear: To save a drum sound: 1. Select the sound to be saved using the DRUM field. As you change the drum, the NAME field will change to reflect the sound contained in the selected drum. The disk file name will be created from the sound name. There are two on-screen fields to determine whether there is enough space on disk to save the file: SIZE and DISK SPACE AVAILABLE. SIZE displays the size (in bytes) of the selected sound; DISK SPACE AVAILABLE displays the available space (in bytes) on the disk currently inserted in the disk drive. The sound size should be smaller than the disk space available for the file to fit on the disk. 2. Press SOFT KEY 1, , to save the sound file to disk. The file extension of sound files is "SND". After the file is saved, the "Save a Sound" screen remains so that you can save another sound. NOTE: If you attempt to save a file to a disk which already contains a file of the same name, the lowest 2 lines of the screen will change to the following: If you press SOFT KEY 1, , the existing disk file will be overwritten by the file you are saving. If you press SOFT KEY 2, , the save operation is cancelled and the previous screen is redisplayed.

Section 7: Saving to / loading from Disk 159 7.5 Saving all drum sounds This function saves all 34 drum sounds to disk in one file, called a "SET" file (the 3 letter file extension is "SET"). NOTE: If your MPC60 has the standard amount of sound memory (13.1 seconds), saving a SET file when the sound memory is 100% full will require nearly all of one disk! For this reason, it is a good idea to use empty disks when saving very large SET files. If your MPC60 contains the sound memory expansion option, be sure to read the section below entitled "If your MPC60 has the sound memory expansion option". From the disk menu screen, type 4 to select SAVE ALL SOUNDS and the following screen will appear: To save a SET file: 1. Assign the 16 character name for the SET file to be saved. To name the file, use the same method as used to name sequences: A) Rotate the DATA CONTROL one step in either direction to change the alphabetic keys to their letter functions. B) Type in the new name, followed by ENTER. There are two on-screen fields to determine whether there is enough space on disk to save the file: SIZE and DISK SPACE AVAILABLE. SIZE displays the size (in bytes) of the SET file; DISK SPACE AVAILABLE displays the available space (in bytes) on the disk currently inserted in the disk drive. The SET file should be smaller than the disk space available for the file to fit on the disk. 2. Press SOFT KEY 1, , to save the sequence file to disk. The file extension of SET files is "SET". After the file is saved, the "Save All Sounds" screen remains so that you can save another file. NOTE: If you attempt to save a file to a disk which already contains a file of the same name, the lowest 2 lines of the screen will change to the following:

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