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

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

72 3.13 The COUNT IN key

72 3.13 The COUNT IN key This function causes a single bar of metronome clicks to play before the sequence starts playing or recording, acting as a count in or count down before the sequence starts playing, to help you to adjust to the sequence tempo. To turn COUNT IN on, press the COUNT IN key (the light will go on); to turn it off, press COUNT IN again (the light will go off). NOTE: If the current position within the sequence is not at the start of a bar, and PLAY is pressed (with or without RECORD or OVERDUB) while COUNT IN is on, the sequence will start playing from the start of the current bar (after the count in has passed). If not for this, the sequence would begin playing in the middle of the bar after one bar of count in, which would not make musical sense. NOTE 2: Any keys played on the input midi keyboard while the COUNT IN bar is playing will not be output through midi (by the MIDI SOFT THRU function) until the COUNT IN bar has finished. For example, if you were to play a chord towards the end of the COUNT IN bar, just slightly before bar 1 of the sequence, the chord would sound when bar 1 started playing, which could be easily misunderstood as a processing delay. This is normal operation and serves as a reminder that no notes may be recorded during the COUNT IN bar, and that any notes played during that time will be held and recorded at the start of the sequence. NOTE 3: The metronome normally plays on 1/4 notes. However, this note value may be changed in the RATE field, accessed by pressing the OTHER key.

Section 3: Recording sequences 73 3.14 The recording metronome Whenever RECORD or OVERDUB mode is entered, a click sound is heard through the stereo mix outputs on every U4 note, with a louder click at the start of each bar. This is the recording metronome. There are two metronome adjustments, both of which are accessed by pressing the OTHER key, which displays the following screen: The three metronome adjustments are: • The METRONOME field: This field controls the volume of the metronome, both to the stereo mix and the to the metronome output jack. The range is 0 (off) to 14 (full volume). • The RATE field: This field controls the note value of the metronome. Normally, the metronome plays 1/4 notes. In this field it is possible to change that value to one of eight options: 1/4 notes 1/4 triplets 1/8 notes 1/8 triplets 1/16 notes 1/16 triplets 1/32 notes 1/32 triplets • The IN PLAY field: This is a choice field which has two options: 1. "NO": The metronome is only heard during RECORD or OVERDUB modes, but not while in PLAY mode. 2. "YES": The metronone is heard in PLAY, as well as in RECORD and OVERDUB modes. The rear panel metronome output jack The output of the metronome is routed to its own individual jack on the rear panel, the METRO OUT jack. The output level at this jack is also controlled by the metronome VOLUME field, above. If a plug is inserted into this jack, the metronome will no longer be heard in the stereo mix. When the plug is removed, the metronome will once again be heard in the mix.

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