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

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

18 2.3 The CURSOR keys

18 2.3 The CURSOR keys While the PLAY/R,ECORD screen is showing, notice that a small rectangular block is blinking near the upper left corner. This is called the CURSOR. It is possible to move the cursor around the screen using the four grey direction keys in the CURSOR section of the panel. Try doing this, then return the cursor to the upper left corner where it was. Notice that the cursor does not move from letter to letter, but rather jumps across many letters at a time, landing only in certain locations, usually to the right of a colon (":"). These areas are called DATA FIELDS and each one controls a specific parameter. For example, the upper leftmost data field is called SQNC, an abbreviation for "sequence". To the right of this field is another field containing the name for the selected sequence number, followed by the TMPO field, an abbreviation for "tempo". The PLAY/R,ECORD screen is one of many screens available on the MPC60. Each of the panel keys presents at least one unique screen, and each screen has its own unique data fields. Try pressing a few of the different keys in the COMMANDS section of the panel such as DISK or TEMPO/SYNC. When you're finished, press MAIN SCREEN to return to the PLAY/RECORD screen.

Section 2: The Basics 19 2.4 The NUMERIC KEYPAD, DATA CONTROL and +/- keys The NUMERIC KEYPAD To change the data in a field, move the cursor to it and type in the new number using the numeric keypad, followed by ENTER. For example, to change to sequence number 2: 1. Move the cursor to the SQNC field; 2. Type 2, followed by ENTER. Notice that the sequence name (located immediately to the right of the sequence number) now automatically changes, because it must now display the name of sequence 2. Try changing the playing tempo in the same way (move the cursor to the TMPO field). Another use of the numeric keypad is to select from a list of options presented on-screen. For example, pressing the DISK key causes the following screen to be displayed: If a screen like this is displayed, you are expected to select one of the options by pressing a single number - it is not necessary to press ENTER afterwards. The DATA CONTROL Another way of changing on-screen data is to use the DATA CONTROL. While the cursor is in a data field, if the DATA CONTROL is rotated one "step" to the right (as you turn the knob, you can "feel" the steps), the on-screen number will increment by 1. If the DATA CONTROL is rotated one step to the left, the on-screen number will decrement by 1. Continuously turning the DATA CONTROL will repeatedly increment or decrement the on-screen value. It is not necessary to press ENTER after turning the data control. There are certain data fields called "choice" fields. These fields do not contain numeric data, but rather a specific number of preset

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    92 The on-screen fields are: • Th

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    108 current step will be played (ou

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    128 • The METER field: This is a

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    130 more than you need, because you

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