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

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

50 3.7 An example of

50 3.7 An example of recording a sequence containing both drums and keyboard instruments The following is a step-by-step example of recording a multi-track sequence with a format of 4 bars of 4/4 time, containing the following tracks: Track 1: Drums Track 3: Bass Track 5: Piano melody Track 2: Percussion Track 4: Piano chords First, set up the instruments: 1. Connect the MIDI OUTPUT of a midi keyboard to the MIDI IN 1 of the MPC60. You may alternatively use input 2. Both inputs merge together. 2. Connect the MPC60's MIDI OUT 1 to the MIDI INPUT of a synthesizer. Set that synthesizer to play a bass guitar - like sound and set its midi receive channel to 1. 3. Connect the MIDI THRU of the first synthesizer to the MIDI INPUT of a second synthesizer. Set that synthesizer to play a piano - like sound and set its midi receive channel to 2. 4. Set your audio mixer so that the MPC60's drums, the bass synthesizer and the piano synthesizer are all at the desired volume. 5. The PLAY/RECORD screen should be showing. if not, press MAIN SCREEN. 6. The upper line of the screen should display: If not, press either the RECORD or OVERDUB key once. This will make the current sequence ready for recording. Note: The MIDI SOFT THRU field, accessed by pressing the MIDI key and described in section 9.2, should be set to "ON". However, if you are using a single integrated keyboard synthesizer for this recording example, it should be set to "OFF". If, while recording the keyboard parts in this example, your synthesizer isn't receiving the keyboard notes, or it receives two notes for each note played, the

Section 3: Recording sequences 51 MIDI SOFT THRU field may be set incorrectly. If so, please read section 9.2 to learn more about this field. Next, create the new sequence format of 4 bars of 4/4 time: 1. Move the cursor to the SQNC field and select 80 (ENTER) or any other sequence which is currently empty. 2. Press the EDIT key. The following screen will appear: 3. Select option 2: "Create sequence". The following screen will appear: 4. Enter the data fields as shown in the above screen. 5. Press (SOFT KEY 1). This will erase the existing contents of the sequence and create a new format of 4 bars of 4/4 time. Once finished, the previous EDIT screen will be redisplayed. 6. Press MAIN SCREEN to return to the PLAY/R.ECORD screen. Note: Whenever you start recording in an empty sequence, the settings in this screen are used to create the default format of time signature and number of bars for that new sequence. Now that you have changed these settings to "4 bars of 4/4, looped", all newly recorded sequences will default to this format, instead of the factory set default of "2 bars of 4/4, looped". Also, these settings, as well as the contents of most other data fields in the MPC60, are remembered with the power off, so this new default will remain active until changed, even if you turn the power off and on again.

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