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

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

86 These two screens

86 These two screens allow a specified selection of either drums or keyboard notes to be erased from a single track while the MPC60 is not playing. To erase the notes, enter the appropriate data in each of the data fields, then press SOFT KEY1: . Each of the screen fields and soft keys is described below: • The TRACK(0=ALL) field: This field specifies the track from which the data will be erased. The active track is automatically inserted here. To erase all tracks, enter a "0" here, and the screen will change to the following: In this case, it is not possible to select specific notes or drums for erasure. Instead, all notes and drums will be erased (if the erase filter is set to ONLY ERASE NOTES or ALL EVENTS). • The FROM and TO fields: These two fields set the region to be erased, starting with the location specified in the FROM field, up to one clock before the location specified in the TO field. They are both "BAR.BEAT.CLOCK" type fields, allowing you to set the region to be erased in increments as small as one clock. • The ERASE FILTER section: This section of the screen allows you to very quickly select a particular midi event type for erasure. The ERASE field is a choice field and has 3 options: 1. ALL EVENTS: If this option is selected, all possible midi event types will be erased. 2. ONLY ERASE: If this option is selected, only one event type will be erased, and the type of event to be erased appears in a choice field appearing directly to the right on the same line. In this rightmost field, all event types are listed, including all 128 midi controllers, each

Section 4:Editing sequences 87 individually named as listed in the "Midi 1.0 Detailed Specification, Document Revision 4.0". 3. ALL EXCEPT: If this option is selected, all midi event type EXCEPT one will be erased, and the type of event which will NOT be erased appears in a "choice" field appearing directly to the right on the same line. In this rightmost field, all event types are listed, including all 128 midi controllers, each individually named as listed in the "Midi 1.0 Detailed Specification, Document Revision 4.0". • The LOWEST and HIGHEST fields ("Non-drums" tracks only): In this screen, the notes to be erased are specified by entering a range of keys on the midi keyboard, from LOWEST to HIGHEST. These may be set in the normal way by scrolling through all 127 options using the data wheel, but there is a much faster way: both fields may be instantly entered by pressing two keys on the input midi keyboard - the lower of the two notes will be entered into the LOWEST field and the higher of the two will be entered into the HIGHEST field. The lowest and highest possible note values are automatically entered into these fields when the screen is first displayed. • The PRESS DRUMS TO BE ERASED area ("Drums" tracks only): To specify the drums to be erased, press each of the drum pads you want to be erased and the 4 character names of each of the drums entered will be listed in this area. If more than 8 drum pads are pressed, only the first 8 are displayed followed by a "+". • SOFT KEY 1- : Pressing this soft key performs the above erase specified by the data in the screen fields. After the erasure has been performed, the PLAY/RECORD screen is re-displayed. • SOFT KEY 2 - : Pressing this soft key instantly sets the FROM and TO fields to the start and end of the active sequence, respectively. This is useful when it is desired to erase the entire length of the track. • SOFT KEY 3 - ("Drums" screen only): Pressing this soft key selects all 32 drums for erasure. Since only 8 drum names will fit in the PRESS DRUMS TO BE ERASED area of the screen, the first 8 drums are displayed there, followed by a "+". • SOFT KEY 3 - ("Non-drums" screen only): Pressing this soft key sets the LOWEST field to the lowest possible midi note number, and the HIGHEST field to the highest possible midi note number. This is a quick way of specifying that all notes must be erased.

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