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

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

188 played for 10

188 played for 10 seconds (if the SEQUENCE STARTS AT SMFTE# field has been set to 10 seconds), the MPC60 will automatically start playing from the beginning and will not stop until the sequence has completed. To stop it early, press the STOP key on the MPC60. 12. Now, to overdub further parts onto the tape in sync, just play the tape recorder at any point within the sequence and the MPC60 will automatically start playing from the correct location within the sequence in perfect sync. 13. To shift the playback earlier or later by any amount, adjust the SEQUENCE STARTS AT SMPTE# field to an earlier or later location. NOTE 1: If the MPC60 doesn't respond to the sync signal, try adjusting the SYNC INPUT LEVEL control on the rear panel. Find the lowest setting at which the MPC60 responds, then increase the level by about 1/2 turn. NOTE 2: When playing a sequence from bar 1 in response to incoming SMPTE, the timing of the first note in bar 1 may be slightly late. To get around this problem, insert a blank bar at the start of the sequence (or song). This will cause the late timing to occur within the initial blank bar, so that the timing is stable well before the notes (starting in the second bar) start playing. NOTE 3: The MPC60's SMPTE reader automatically corrects for minor tape dropouts. To play back a "Song" (Song mode) in sync to the SMPTE time code on tape: To play back a "Song" in sync to the SMPTE signal, follow the above instructions, except select the SONG MODE screen before receiving the SMPTE signal. This way, the active song will play instead of the active sequence. To set the starting SMPTE number for the song, use the SONG STARTS AT SMPTE# field in the Song screen.

Section 8: Syncing to tape and other devices 189 8.4 Syncing to FSK24 The ability to sync to FSK24 is provided to allow the MPC60 to sync to recordings using sync signals created by machines using the FSK method, such as drum machines and simple sequencers. It is not recommended to use this method for new recordings because of its inferiority to SMPTE time code. FSK24 sync code is generated in real time as the MPC60 plays. FSK24 sync code contains tempo information and therefore it is important that the tempo be set to the desired setting BEFORE the sync tone is recorded to tape. To record the sync tone to tape: 1. Connect the SYNC OUT jack of the MPC60 to the input of a track on your multi-track tape recorder. 2. Press the TEMPO/SYNC key, then press the soft key, and the sync screen will appear: 3. Set the MODE field (Sync output section) to FSK24. 4. Press the MAIN SCREEN key. 5. Compose the basic structure of your song, including the correct tempo and any tempo changes. 6. Once the basic structure is completed, set up all track assignments and set all levels to record the sync tone and the first musical parts to tape. Record the sync tone at -3 dB. 7. Start the tape recorder into record mode and wait about 5 seconds. 8. Press the PLAY START key on the MPC60 to start recording the sync tone and the first parts of your sequence to tape. 9. Once the sequence is complete, stop the MPC60 and stop the tape recorder. To play back the MPC60 in sync to the tape: 1. Connect the output of the tape track containing the FSK24 signal to the SYNC INPUT of the MPC60.

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