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

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

76 3.16 The "Free

76 3.16 The "Free sequence memory" display To see how much memory is currently available for sequence recording, press the OTHER key: The FREE SEQUENCE MEMORY field displays the percentage of total sequence memory which is available for new recording.

Section 3: Recording sequences 77 3.17 Recording Midi System Exclusive data The MPC60 has the capability to record patch library data or any other Midi System Exclusive messages directly into tracks. To do this, simply send the System Exclusive message to the MPC60 while in RECORD or OVERDUB modes, or while in STEP EDIT mode, and it will be recorded into the active track, just like any other midi data. The only limitation is that the message must be less than 1000 bytes. If an attempt is made to record a message which is larger than this, the entire message will be rejected. This will easily accomodate single voice patch data dumps from any synthesizer, but is not large enough for many voice bank data dumps (large files containing an entire bank of single voice data dumps). One way of using this feature is to insert a blank bar at the beginning of your sequence and record the voice data dumps for each track into that first bar. When the sequence is played from the start, each external synthesizer will immediately receive the voice data in the first bar and is then ready to play the sequence's note data starting in the second bar. There is one problem with playing System Exclusive messages from sequences: there is no standard method for identifying the midi channel number within the message, and therefore the MPC60 cannot assign the output midi channel over which the message will be sent. This means, for example, that a System Exclusive message sent over midi channel 3 while recording into the MPC60 will always be played out of the MPC60 on midi channel 3, regardless of the track's output midi channel. To overcome this problem, you must send the System Exclusive message on the desired midi channel while recording it into the MPC60. Most synthesizers allow you to select the transmit channel. However, the Yamaha DX-7 (original model) always transmits on midi channel 1. There is a way to change the midi channel of a System Exclusive message while it is in the MPC60- by using STEP EDIT. The midi channel is assigned to a single byte within the message and the Step Edit function allows you to change the contents of any byte within the message. If you know which byte a particular manufacturer uses for the channel number, you can change the contents of that byte to the desired midi channel number. For example, the Yamaha DX-7 System Exclusive messages contain the midi channel in byte number 3, so whatever number you put into byte number 3 of the message will be the new output midi channel number. To learn more about editing in step edit mode, read section 4.4: "The STEP EDIT key".

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