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

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

184 stands for

184 stands for "Frequency Shift Keying at 24 2400 Hz/1200 Hz transitions per 1/4 note". This code contains only timing clocks. It does not contain positioning information, so when syncing back from tape, you must start the MPC60 from the beginning of the song in order for it to play in sync. This code does contain tempo information, so be sure the MPC60 is set to the intended tempo when recording this signal onto tape. 2. PULSE96: This signal is not very common and is used for sync to other devices only - not for tape sync. It stands for "Pulse sync at 96 high/low transitions per 1/4 note". This is the internal clock resolution of the MPC60. This code contains no location information, so you must set both the MPC60 and the receiving device to the start of their sequences in order for both to play in sync. When an external device is syncing to the MPC60, the tempo is controlled by the MPC60. • The MIDI CLOCK field (appears in all modes): The "Midi clock with song position pointer" signal is output while the MPC60 is playing. This field selects which of the four Midi outputs it will be output through. There are five options: • OUT1: It is output through midi output jack 1. • OUT2: It is output through midi output jack 2. • OUTS: It is output through midi output jack 3. • OUT4: It is output through midi output jack 4. • OFF: The midi clock signal is not generated at all. • SOFT KEY 1 - (All sync input modes): Pressing this soft key displays the following screen, which is used to generate SMPTE time code: SMPTE time code is only generated while this screen is showing. It is not generated while the MPC60 is playing. The actual code is

Section 8: Syncing to tape and other devices 185 output through the SYNC OUT jack. The fields and soft keys are described hereunder: • The "START=" field: This is the SMPTE time code number at which the generated time code will start. This is a HOURS:MINUTES:SECONDS:FRAMES field. Normally, this should be set to 00:00:00:00. While the SMPTE code is being generated (when is pressed), this field will continuously update to show the current time code number being output. When is pressed, this field will re-display its starting value. • The FRAMES/SEC field: This field is used to select one of four types of SMPTE time code to generate. • "30" (30 frames per second, non-drop): This is the standard for NTSC black and white television. Using this mode, the tempo range of the MPC60 is from 60.0 to 6.0 FPB. This is the most popular standard for SMPTE based music production in the U.S. and Japan, so to assure widest compatibility for your recordings, use this standard if you live in those areas. • "30 DROP" (30 frames per second, drop frame): This is the standard for NTSC color television. Using this mode, the tempo range of the MPC60 is from 59.7 to 6.0 FPB. • "24" (24 frames per second): This is the standard for film. However, since film is usually transferred to video for scoring, the composer still works with 30 DROP. Using this mode, the tempo range of the MPC60 is from 48.0 to 5.0 FPB. • "25" (25 frames per second): This is the standard for European television (PAL /SECAM standard). Using this mode, the tempo range of the MPC60 is from 50.0 to 5.0 FPB. This is the most popular standard for SMPTE based music production in Europe and the U.K., so to assure widest compatibility for your recordings, use this standard if you live in those areas. This field has the same function exactly as the similarly labeled field in the tempo screen. • SOFT KEY 1- : Pressing this soft key starts SMPTE generation. • SOFT KEY 2 - : Pressing this soft key stops SMPTE generation.

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