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

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

78 3.18 Transferring

78 3.18 Transferring sequences to and from other sequencers Transferring sequences from the MPC60 to an external sequences: Some sequencers are able to record data from all 16 midi channels independently and simultaneously onto one track. To transfer a sequence from the MPC60 to a sequences of this type: 1. Set the MPC60 to generate MIDI CLOCK (explained in section 8 of this manual), 2. Set the external sequences to receive MIDI CLOCK, 3. Set the external sequences ready to start recording as soon as a MIDI START message is received from the MPC60, 4. Play the MPC60. If the external sequences does not allow the recording of all 16 midi channels simultaneously, you must transfer one track at a time. Transferring sequences from an external sequences to the MPC60: Normally, the MPC60 may only record one track at a time. However, there is a special mode of recording which allows you to record all 16 channels at once, which is very useful when transferring sequences from other sequencers. This feature works by recording the 16 incoming channels onto the first 16 tracks of a newly created empty sequence, with each track is assigned to the same numbered midi channel. For example, track 1 assigns to channel 1, track 2 assigns to channel 2, up through track 16 which assigns to channel 16. The track setup is done automatically for you when you select the new sequence to be recorded into. NOTE: It is not possible to overdub or record into an existing sequence while using this special mode. To record all 16 channels from an external sequences, follow these steps: 1. Connect the external sequencer's MIDI OUT to the MPC60's MIDI IN 1. (You may alternatively use input 2 - both inputs merge together.) Also, set the external sequences to send MIDI CLOCK signals (with or without song position pointer).

Section 3: Recording sequences 79 2. Go to the SYNC screen and set the MPC60 to sync to "MIDI CLOCK W/SONG POSITION POINTER". Also, set the MIDI field to "1" (if the external sequences was connected to midi input 1). 3. Press the OTHER key, then select SOFT KEY 2, , which causes the following screen to be displayed: This screen allows you to select the sequence to be recorded into, and the time signature of the new sequence which will be created. As the screen states, pressing will completely erase the contents of the selected sequence. 4. Enter the desired data into these fields and when finished, press the soft key. The following screen will appear: This is the screen from which the actual recording will take place. You have now created a new sequence containing one bar of the time signature you entered in the previous screen. The first 16 tracks have been assigned to midi channels 1 through 16 as described above. Assuming channel 16 is the assigned "drums" channel, track 16 is therefore assigned as the only "drums" track. Because of this, you should transfer any drum data on channel 16 and check to see that the note-to-drum assignments of the external sequence match the assignments in the MPC60. These can be changed by pressing the MIDI key and selecting option 2. The tempo value is taken from the current master tempo if MASTER tempo mode is active, or from the tempo setting in the CREATE SEQUENCE screen if SEQUENCE tempo mode is currently active. This tempo setting may be changed. The LOOP field is forced to "OFF" and cannot be changed while in this screen. This is necessary because loop recording is not permitted during 16 channel record mode. As is normal when

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