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

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

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208 of this field. If only one ME-35T is being used, this should be set to "1". • UNIT CH: This field selects the midi channel over which the selected ME-35T (unit 1 or 2) receives its data. This should be set to the same midi channel as the selected ME35T unit is set to receive on. Because the ME-35T is set to receive on channel 1 when shipped from the factory, this field would normally be set also to 1. • INPUT: This field selects which of the 8 trigger inputs of the selected unit is currently active for editing. The settings of the 8 fields below refer only to the input number displayed in this field. • NOTE: This field selects the note number which will be output when the displayed input is triggered. The MPC60 drum which is currently assigned to that note number (in the ASSIGN INCOMING NOTES TO DRUMS screen) is displayed to the right of the note number in parentheses. SENSITIVITY: This is the input sensitivity. Adjust this until only the hardest strike of the pad causes the overload LED on the front of the ME-35T to flash on. The range is from 0 to 127. TRIGGER: This is the trigger threshold. Only notes with velocity values above this threshold will be sent from the ME-35T. The range is from 0 to 127. CAPTURE TIME: This parameter sets the amount of time the ME-35T uses to determine the note velocity, in milliseconds. This setting is a compromise between response time and accuracy of dynamics- the faster the response, the less accurate the dynamics. The range is from 0 to 31. RECOVERY TIME: This is the amount of time, in milliseconds, following a trigger during which further triggers are prevented. It prevents false double triggering because of bounce of the stick on the pad. Too long a time will limit the maximum rate of drum roll. The range is from 0 to 31. `ON' TIME: This sets the delay between sending the "Note on" and the subsequent "Note off' command, in increments of 1/100 second. For the MPC60, this should be set to "0". The range is from 0 to 4095. CURVE: This parameter selects one of 8 dynamic curves that relate strike dynamics to midi velocity. Curves 1 through 4 work best with synthesizers using logarithmic

Section 9: Midi functions 209 velocity coding and curves 5 through 8 work best with synthesizers using linear velocity coding. The MPC60 uses linear coding, so curves 5 through 8 should work best. • MIDI CHANNEL: This parameter is used to set the midi channel over which the selected input will send its notes. Since the MPC60's internal drums may be externally triggered from only a single midi channel (the "Drums" channel), this field should always be set to the same channel as the "Drums" channel (normally channel 16). There are also two soft keys: • SOFT KEY 1- : When this soft key is pressed, all of the settings for the selected input number will be loaded from the externally connected ME-35T into the MPC60, and the data fields will change to show the newly loaded settings. These new settings will replace the MPC60's internal settings for the selected input. • SOFT KEY 2- : When this soft key is pressed, all of the settings for the selected input number will be sent from the MPC60 to the externally connected ME-35T. Pressing this key is the only method by which data is sent to the externally connected ME-35T. For this reason, you must always press this soft key after making an adjustment to one of the data fields before the the change will take effect in the ME-35T. NOTE: The ME-35T has an automatic "Midi soft through" feature which routes all data received at its midi input immediately to its midi output. This can cause a problem with the MPC60 because if the MPC60's MIDI SOFT THRU feature is set to ON, a midi feedback loop could occur. (Midi feedback loops are explained in the description of the MIDI SOFT THRU field.) To prevent a feedback loop when you use the ME-35T, set the MIDI DRUM DATA SENT OUT field (in the "External drum triggering, drums channel" screen) to NONE. This will prevent the MPC60 from sending out midi "note on" messages when the internal drums play, which will prevent a midi feedback loop with the ME-35T.

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