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

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

54 quickly play the

54 quickly play the correct note. You may now either "punchout" by pressing RECORD again or continue recording from that point. Don't worry- when the sequence loops back to bar 1, it will automatically switch from RECORD to OVERDUB modes so that those notes in the earlier part of the sequence won't be erased. Now, overdub the piano chords part on track 4: 1. Move the cursor to the TRAK field and type "4" (ENTER) to make track 4 active. 2. Move the cursor to the upper CH field (5th line) and type "2" (ENTER), then select "A" in the field immediately to the right, to select midi channel 2A as the output channel for track 4. 3. If you play the midi keyboard now, the piano 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. 4. Enter OVERDUB mode by holding OVERDUB and pressing PLAY START. 5. Record your piano chords part in time to the drums, percussion and bass parts. 6. Press STOP. Finally, overdub the piano melody part on track 5: 1. Move the cursor to the TRAK field and type "5" (ENTER) to make track 5 active. 2. Move the cursor to the upper CH field (5th line) and type "2" (ENTER), then select "A" in the field immediately to the right, to select midi channel 2A as the output channel for track 5. Notice that both tracks 4 and 5 are playing into midi channel 2A, the piano synthesizer. 3. If you play the midi keyboard now, the piano 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. 4. Enter OVERDUB mode by holding OVERDUB and pressing PLAY START. 5. Record your piano melody part in time to the drums, percussion, bass and piano chord parts. 6. Press STOP.

Section 3: Recording sequences 55 3.8 The TIMING CORRECT key The TIMING CORRECT function has many uses: • It can correct timing errors made while recording. • It can add a shuffle or swing timing to your performance. • It can shift notes earlier or later in the sequence to compensate for synthesizer delays, etc. • It is used to set the STEP SIZE, used in STEP EDIT • It can assist in the recording of repeating notes, such as rolls and repeated 1/16 notes or 1/32 notes. 3.8.1 Correcting timing errors The MPC60 corrects any timing errors made while recording by moving those errors onto the nearest 1/16 note. If a note is played a little too early, it is moved later onto the nearest 1/16 note; if a note is played a little too late, it is moved earlier onto the nearest 1/16 note (A value of 1/16 notes is most often used, although this may be changed to one of six values, or timing correction may be defeated entirely). This correction of errors is done in real time as the notes are recorded, so playback of corrected notes is instantaneous. Also, it is possible to correct the timing of notes which were previously recorded. One of the problems with timing correction (sometimes called "quantizing") is that on many sequencers it has the effect of truncating, deleting or elongating notes, making the feature impractical to use. The MPC60 avoids this problem by only correcting the attacks of a note, then moving the end of the note along with the attack - the note duration is not changed. This allows the corrected notes to sound much closer to the original performance, but without the timing errors. Another problem with timing correction on most sequencers is that all events are corrected along with the notes. This can have the undesirable effect of converting pitch bends into pitched "stair steps". The MPC60 avoids this problem by only correcting the notes, while recording the continuous events such as pitch bends exactly as played. This allows, for example, the notes of a keyboard solo to be corrected but the pitch bends to be recorded exactly as played. To inspect or change the timing correction settings, press TIMING CORRECT while the MPC60 is not playing, and the following screen will be displayed:

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