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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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214 10.1 Features Here is a list of some of the advanced features of the MPC60: General: • Small, portable design - fits easily under your arm. • Large 320 character LCD display (8 lines by 40 characters) with graphics. • Built-in 3 1/2" disk drive stores both sequence and sound data. • Fast, easy to understand operation provided by large screen and logical, intuitive design. • Interactive "Help" function, providing a full paragraph of explanation for each data field of every function screen. • 4 "soft keys" provide one button execution of many functions without additional dedicated buttons. • The contents of all data fields and other minor settings are retained while the power is turned off, so there is no need to reset commonly used parameters each time the power is turned on. • Large memory capacity: 512K bytes sequence RAM, 768K bytes sampling RAM (expandable to 1.5 megabytes sampling RAM), 256K bytes program ROM. • Very fast internal 10 MHz 80186 16 bit microprocessor. Sequences section: • Both linear and pattern style (song mode) recording are supported. • Both "drum machine" style features and sequences-oriented features are integrated into one universal, easy to use operating system. • 60,000 note sequences capacity • 99 sequences may be held in memory at once. Each sequence contains 99 individual tracks, each of which may be output to any one or two midi channels. • The "2nd Sequence" feature allows two sequences to play simultaneously. For example, you play a short, looped drum sequence while simultaneously recording your long multi-track keyboard sequence. • 4 independent midi output ports permit 64 output midi channels. • 7 sync modes, including SMPTE, Midi Time Code, midi clock, midi song pointer, FSK, pulse wave, and sync to 1/4 note metronome clicks. • SMPTE chase operates without any delays. • 2 record modes: "Record" (erasing while recording) and "Overdub" (add notes to existing track) may be switched between at any time.

Section 10: Appendex 215 • Sequences may be looped, and recording is possible with real-time timing correction while loop is on. Also, a sequence may be set to loop back to any bar once the end is reached, not just the beginning of the sequence. • "Step edit" feature allows very fast viewing, recording, editing or deletion of any event within a sequence. • Versatile editing system allows copying, merging, inserting, deleting of any sequence data. • Each track has an output level adjustment, allowing the output velocities to be scaled in real time while playing. • The velocity or duration values of a group of notes within a track may now be changed globally. • All 16 midi channels may be recorded simultaneously, allowing sequences to be transferred into the MPC60 in one pass. • Sequence data may be shifted forward or backward in time. • "Edit loop" feature allows a portion of a sequence to be looped while overdubbing for fast editing, and allows changes to be "undone". • Sequences may be transposed, either in real time while playing or by altering note data. • "Tap tempo" key allows playing tempo to be set by tapping a key in the time of 2 1/4 notes. • Programmable tempo changes, in mid-sequence or mid-song, are supported. • Time signature changes, in mid-sequence or mid-song, are supported. • "Auto punch" feature allows automatic punch-in and punch-out at preset times within the sequence. • 2 foot switch inputs allow functions such as PLAY/STOP and PUNCH IN/OUT to be remotely controlled. • Current position within sequence is always displayed in both bar.beat.clock and SMPTE position. • 2 mergeable midi inputs. • Timing correction feature maintains original note duration, providing faithful reproduction of original performance, but without timing errors. • "Shuffle" feature provides a useful method of adjusting the "feel" of the timing of your tracks. • Timing correction only affects notes- pitch bend and other controllers are recorded as played. • "Note repeat" feature allows for easy programming of rolls and repeated notes. • Midi "sustain pedal" messages are specially processed so that multiple overdubs on the same track of a sequence may have independent uses of the sustain pedal without interaction. • A specific Midi PROGRAM CHANGE event may be assigned to any track, and is automatically sent out when the sequence is selected. • System exclusive messages, including patch data dumps, may be recorded into sequences.

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    26 2.8 The DRUM MIX key - adjusting

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    84 4.1 Overview This section of the

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    90 onto the end). If set to TO BAR

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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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    142 6.6 Assigning the 8 assignable

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    154 7.1 Overview The MPC60 has a bu

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    156 7.2 Saving a sequence This func

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    162 (Step edit options screen) •

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