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

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

46 erased, just like a

46 erased, just like a tape recorder. While RECORD mode is active, the light above the RECORD key goes on. It is also possible to "punch in" into record mode while playing. To do this: 1. The top line of the PLAY/RECORD screen must display the words "Play/Record (Record ready)". This means that the sequence is ready to record. If the words "(Record ready)" do not appear in the title, simply press and release the RECORD or OVERDUB keys once while stopped. 2. While the sequence is playing, simultaneously press the RECORD and PLAY keys. Record mode is now active, indicated by the light above the RECORD key. To "punch out" of RECORD mode, simply press the RECORD key once, and the light above the RECORD key will turn off. Note: If RECORD mode is entered while the sequence is set to loop to bar 1(or a portion of the sequence is looped with the EDIT LOOP function), RECORD mode automatically switches to OVERDUB mode at the moment the sequence reaches the end and starts to loop. This prevents accidently erasing any data which was recorded on the previous pass through the loop. If, however, RECORD mode is entered while the sequence is set to loop to a bar higher than bar 1, RECORD mode will automatically be turned off at the moment the sequence reaches the end and starts to loop. NOTE: If an empty sequence is selected (the sequence name says "unused"), and either RECORD or OVERDUB is pressed, the sequence will instantly be created using the settings in the CREATE SEQUENCE screen. This function is normally accessed by pressing the EDIT key and selecting 2. • The "«" key: This key causes the current position within the sequence to rewind to the beginning of the nearest earlier bar. • The "»" key: This key causes the current position within the sequence to fast forward to the beginning of the nearest higher numbered bar. • The "

Section 3: Recording sequences 47 The ">" key This key normally causes the current position within the sequence to fast forward to the next 1/16 note. However, the amount of movement is set by the NOTE VALUE field in the TIMING CORRECT screen, which is usually set to "1/16 NOTE". To change the amount of movement, simply change the setting in this data field. • The LOCATE key: This key is used to instantly go to a specific position within the active sequence. When pressed, it displays the following screen: There are three sequence position markers, labeled A, B and C. Pressing soft key 1, 2 or 3 causes either marker A, B or C, respectively, to be loaded into the NOW field, having the effect of going to that location. Pressing SOFT KEY 4, , causes the contents of the NOW field to be loaded into the marker field currently containing the cursor. To load any of the three markers, move the cursor to it and enter the desired bar numbers in the format: "BAR. BEAT.CLOCK" (separated by ".", using the numeric keypad). If you only want to enter the bar number, type it, followed by ENTER, and the note and clock numbers will be automatically reset to 01.00. There is a faster way to use LOCATE. If, while the LOCATE screen is showing, you press the LOCATE key again, the MPC60 will immediately move to the sequence location of the marker (A., B, or C) where the cursor is currently positioned, exactly as if the soft key for that marker (soft key 1, 2, or 3) had been pressed. Therefore, from the PLAY/RECORD screen, to immediately move to the sequence location contained in the LOCATE marker (in the LOCATE screen) in which the cursor is currently positioned, simply press LOCATE twice.

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