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

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

64 4 taps: Initially,

64 4 taps: Initially, the tempo is recalculated after the first two taps. If you tap a third time, the tempo will be recalculated using an average of the three taps. If you continue to tap successive 1/4 notes, the tempo is continuously recalculated on each successive tap by averaging the last four successive tap intervals. This is very useful if your timing is not very accurate, because it smooths out your timing errors. • SOFT KEY 1 - : This screen is described in the section entitled "Syncing to tape and other devices". • SOFT KEY 2 -

Section 3: Recording sequences 65 The following is a description of each of these 4 fields: • CHANGE#: This field displays the number of the tempo change currently displayed. There may be many tempo changes within the sequence, but only one may be viewed at a time. By changing this number, each of the existing tempo changes may be viewed. The and soft keys may also be used to decrement or increment this field. • BAR#: This field shows the location within the sequence where the currently displayed tempo change will occur. This is a "bar.beat.clock" field. • %CHANGE: This field shows the amount of tempo change which the currently displayed tempo will produce, as a percentage of the main starting tempo (either master or sequence). Tempo changes are always specified as a percentage of the main starting tempo setting, (not the previous tempo change) regardless of whether the SEQUENCE or MASTER tempo setting is currently active. This way, all tempo changes are automatically re-scaled when the main tempo setting (either sequence or master) is changed. • "=TEMPO": This field displays the actual tempo which will play once the tempo change is active, in addition to the percentage. This number is automatically computed from the displayed percentage of change times the main playing tempo (either master or sequence). So, to view the entire list of tempo changes, simply change the CHANGE# field and notice the different settings of the other 3 fields as you change it. Even if no changes have been entered, every sequence has one change- to 100% at bar 1. This is because the current tempo setting is always returned to when the sequence plays bar 1, whether it does so by playing from the start or by looping back to the start. To insert a new tempo change, first enter the location within the sequence where you want the change to occur into the LOCATION FOR INSERTED CHANGE field, which is a bar.beat.clock field. Then, press the soft key. Immediately, a new tempo change will be inserted into the list and will be displayed on the screen with a default value in the %CHANGE field of 100%. You must now enter a percentage of the main starting tempo. However, as you enter the percentage, the "=TEMPO" field will show the actual tempo. For example, to insert a tempo change to 60 BPM at bar 5 from a main starting tempo setting of 120 BPM, you must insert a

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