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

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

52 Now, record the drums

52 Now, record the drums on track 1: 1. Move the cursor to the TRAK field and select 1 (Enter) to make track number 1 active. We are going to record the drums on track 1. 2. Move the cursor to the upper CH field (5th line) and select "16" (ENTER), then select "A" in the field immediately to the right, to assign the output of track 1 to midi channel 16 (the channel of the internal drums) and to midi output jack 1. (It doesn't really matter which output jack we assign it to because it this case we are not using any additional external drum generator. Regardless of the output jack selection, by assigning this track to channel 16, it is now a "drums" track.) 3. While holding OVERDUB, press PLAY START. The OVERDUB and PLAY lights should go on, and the metronome should be heard through the stereo outputs. The metronome will play on 1/4 notes, with a louder sound at the start of each bar. Also, the NOW display will be constantly changing to reflect the current position within the sequence. 4. Record the drum part by playing the drum pads in time to the metronome. Every time the four bar pattern loops back to the start, any drums recorded on the last pass will be heard at the position they were recorded, except that any timing errors will have been corrected. Keep adding drums until your drum part is complete. 5. If you accidently played one or two wrong notes, you may erase them without affecting any other notes just recorded by following these steps: 6. Press STOP. A) While still in OVERDUB mode, hold down the ERASE key. B) Just before the wrong notes are about to play, hold that drum's pad down, then quickly release it when the wrong notes have passed. C) Release the ERASE key. The wrong notes have now been permanently erased from the sequence. Next, overdub the percussion part on track 2: 1. Move the cursor to the TRAK field and type 2 (ENTER) to make track 2 active. 2. Move the cursor to the upper CH field (5th line) and type "16" (ENTER), then select "A" in the field immediately to the right, to select midi channel 16A as the output channel for track 2. By assigning this track to channel 16, it is now a "drums" track.

Section 3: Recording sequences 53 3. Enter OVERDUB mode again by holding OVERDUB and pressing PLAY START. 4. Record the percussion part by playing the PERC1 through PERC4 pads in time to the drums already recorded on track 1. Keep adding drums until your percussion part is complete. 5. If any mistakes were made, use either of the two erase methods described above. Don't worry - they won't erase information on other tracks - they only erase notes from the active track unless you specify otherwise. Next, overdub the bass part on track 3: 1. Press MAIN SCREEN to return to the PLAY/RECORD screen. 2. Move the cursor to the TRAK field and type "3" (ENTER) to make track 3 active. 3. Move the cursor to the CH field and type "1"(ENTER), then select "A" in the field immediately to the right, to select midi channel lA as the output channel for track 3. Because a channel other than 16 has been selected, this track is now a "non-drums" track. 4. If you play the midi keyboard now, the bass synthesizer should sound. If not, check the midi connections, check the setting of the MIDI SOFT THRU field, and re-check the previous three steps. 5. Press the COUNT IN key - the light will go on. This will cause the metronome to play one bar before the sequence plays to cue you to start playing. 6. Enter OVERDUB mode by holding OVERDUB and pressing PLAY START. 7. Once the COUNT IN bar has passed, record your bass part in time to the drums and percussion parts. 8. Press STOP and press COUNT IN again to turn it off. 9. If you make a mistake while recording, you may correct it by "punching-in" the new note: A) Hold the "

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