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

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

206 NOTE: Because "NONE"

206 NOTE: Because "NONE" is the default setting (for highest timing efficiency), it is normal that no "note on" messages will be sent out over midi when drum tracks play. If you are using an external drum generator in addition to the MPC60's internal sounds and therefore want these messages to be sent out while drum tracks play, you must select "DRUM NOTES" in this field. The two remaining fields in this section are together used to determine which midi note numbers are sent out when each of the internal drums play. To view or change the assignments, select the desired drum in the DRUM field, then view or change its note number assignment in the PLAYS NOTE field (you can also set the note number by playing a key on the midi keyboard). The default settings are the same as for the ASSIGN INCOMING NOTES TO DRUMS section, except in reverse. The "OTHER" section: This third section of the screen contains only one field, MIDI DRUMS CHAN, an abbreviation for "Midi drums channel". This field selects the midi channel over which the internal drum generator receives its "play note" commands from the internal sequences (or from another midi source- see note below). The setting of this field is very important because THE ONLY WAY OF DETERMINING WHETHER OR NOT A TRACK IS A "DRUMS" TRACK OR A "NON-DRUMS" TRACK IS WHETHER OR NOT THE TRACK'S MIDI CHANNEL MATCHES THE NUMBER IN THIS FIELD! Also, any track assigned to this channel is a drums track, regardless of the track's output jack selection (A, B, C, or D). For further information on this subject, read the section entitled "How to assign "drums" and "non-drums" tracks" in the "Recording sequences" section of the manual.

Section 9: Midi functions 207 9.4 The ME-35T interface screen This screen is specifically used to remotely control the Akai ME35T Audio/Midi Trigger unit. This product accepts 8 inputs from electronic drum trigger pads or other input devices and converts them to midi "note on" messages to remotely trigger drum sound generators. The fast response and wide range of controls on this device make it particularly well suited to the needs of the professional drummer. This screen simplifies the process of interfacing the ME-35T to the MPC60, and the settings on this screen may be saved in MPC60 parameter files. Selecting option 3 from the MIDI menu presents the following screen: The MPC60 stores all settings for each of the eight inputs of two ME35T units in its internal memory. These settings are retained with the power removed and may also be saved in "Parameter" type disk files. When the above screen is first selected, the screen data fields contain these internal settings. To view the ME-35T's settings for the selected input on the screen, press , and this action will overwrite the MPC60's internal settings for the selected input. To change any settings, first make the change in the data field, then press - this will send all data for the selected input out to the ME-35T. The following is a description of the data fields: • MIDI IN: This field sets which of the 2 midi input jacks, 1 or 2, is currently used to connect to the midi output of the ME-35T. • OUT: This field sets which of the 4 midi output jacks, 1 - 4, is currently used to connect to the midi input of the ME35T. • UNIT: There may be either one or two ME-35T units connected, providing a maximum of 16 trigger inputs (8 inputs per unit). This field selects which unit is currently being adjusted or viewed (1 or 2). All lower data fields on this screen refer to unit 1 or 2, depending on the selection

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