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

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

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160 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. If your MPC60 has the sound memory expansion option: Normally, your MPC60 may contain up to 13.1 seconds of sampling time at full bandwidth. If you have the SAMPLING MEMORY EXPANSION OPTION, the maximum sampling time is 26.2 seconds at full bandwidth. If your MPC60 contains this sound memory expansion board, it will be possible to have a SET file which is much larger than will fit on one disk. In fact, if your expanded memory is 100% full with drum sounds, it will require nearly all of two disks to save a single SET file! If you are attempting to save a very large SET file to disk, it must be split between two files, one on each disk. The first file will have the extension "ST1" and the second file will have the extension "ST2". To save one of these large SET files, use the following procedure: 1. Prepare two blank formatted disks and insert the first disk in the drive. 2. Follow the steps for saving a SET file, even though the SIZE field is greater than the DISK SPACE AVAILABLE field. The first of two files will be created using the file extension "ST1". 3. Once the first disk has been filled, a message will appear on the screen asking you to insert the second disk in the drive. Press SOFT KEY 1,

Section 7: Saving to l loading from Disk 161 7.6 Saving a Parameter file The settings of most of the MPC60's data fields which are not normally saved to disk are retained after power is removed, so that you don't have to set them again every time you turn the power on. This function allows you to save a special file called a "Parameter file" (file extension: "PAR") which contains the current settings of these data fields. The following is a list of the data fields which are retained after power is removed, and which are saved within parameter files: (Play/record screen) • Solo mode on/off • 8 character names for all 64 midi channels (Locate screen) • Markers A, B, and C (Tempo screen) • Tempo source select • Master tempo • BPM/FPB • Frames/sec • Tap averaging (Sync screen) • Sync input mode • Shift sync early • Midi input select • 1/4 note click sync starts at current bar / bar 1 • Sync output mode FSK24/PULSE96 • Midi clock output 1/2/3/4/off (Generate SMPTE screen) • Starting SMPTE number (Mid-sequence tempo changes) • Tempo changes on/off (Create new sequence screen) • Time signature • Number of bars • Loop on/off • Loop bar • Tempo • Midi channel, output port assignments for 99 tracks

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