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

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

190 2. Set the SYNC

190 2. Set the SYNC INPUT LEVEL control on the rear panel to about halfway. 3. Press the TEMPO/SYNC key, then press the soft key, and the sync screen will appear: 4. Set the MODE field (Sync input section) to FSK24. 5. Press the MAIN SCREEN key. 6. Record the parts to be overdubbed into the MPC60. 7. Rewind the tape to the point at which you started recording the sync tone. 8. Play the tape. Once the tape reaches the point at which you started playing the MPC60 while recording the sync tone, the MPC60 will start playing its new parts in perfect sync. The current tempo setting is not used - tempo is provided from the sync tone on tape. To use FSK24, you must always start the tape from the beginning of the recording as in this example. NOTE: 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 1/4 turn. To play back a "Song" (Song mode) in sync to the FSK24 signal: To play back a "Song" in sync to the FSK24 signal, follow the above instructions, except select the SONG MODE screen before receiving the FSK24 signal. This way, the active song will play instead of the active sequence.

Section 8: Syncing to tape and other devices 191 8.5 Syncing to 1/4 note clicks This method of syncing uses 1/4 note metronome clicks or any cleanly recorded percussive audio signal as a sync source. Using this method of sync, the playing tempo is provided from the external 1/4 note clicks. To play the ASQ10 in sync to 1/4 note clicks: 1. Connect the output of the tape track containing the 1/4 note click signal (or other percussive audio source) into the SYNC INPUT. 2. Set the rear panel SYNC IN LEVEL control to 1/2 of its full range. 3. Press the TEMPO/SYNC key, then press the soft key and the sync screen will appear: 4. Set the MODE field (Sync input section) to 1/4 NOTE CLICKS. 5. If you want the sequence to start at the beginning when the clicks are first received, set the 1/4 CLICKS START AT field to BAR 1. If you set it to CURRENT BAR, the sequence will start playing from the start of the current bar when the clicks are first received. 6. Press the MAIN SCREEN key. 7. Record the parts to be overdubbed into the MPC60. 8. Rewind the tape to the point at which the 1/4 note clicks start. 9. Set the tempo of the MPC60 as close as possible to the tempo of the 1/4 note clicks. This setting will be used to provide the initial tempo, after which the subsequent clicks will provide their own tempo. 10. Play the tape. Once the tape reaches the point at which the 1/4 note clicks start, the MPC60 will instantly start playing in sync. To play back a "Song" (Song mode) in sync to the 1/4 note click signal: To play back a "Song" in sync to the 1/4 note click signal, follow the above instructions, except select the SONG MODE screen before receiving the 1/4 note click signal. This way, the active song will play instead of the active sequence.

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