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

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

88 4.3 The EDIT key The

88 4.3 The EDIT key The EDIT key encompasses the following functions related to editing of the active sequence: • Viewing all time signature changes • Creating a new sequence • Inserting blank bars into a sequence • Deleting specified bars from a sequence • Copying a section and inserting it elsewhere within the same or another sequence • Copying a single track to another area or merging it with other data • Copying an entire sequence to another sequence • Converting a song to one long sequence • Lengthening or shortening a bar by changing the time signature • Changing the velocity or duration values of a group of notes after recording When the EDIT key is pressed, the following screen is displayed: Pressing a single number key will cause the screen for the selected function to be displayed. 4.3.1 Viewing time signature changes This function displays the time signature and number of bars in the active sequence, and any time signature changes, but does not allow any changes to be made. To use this function, select option 1 from the EDIT screen and the following screen will be displayed:

Section 4:Editing sequences 89 This screen displays all time signature changes within the active sequence, and the number of bars for each change. If no time signature changes exist, the existing single time signature and the total number of bars in the sequence will be displayed. Space is given for 10 time signature changes with 2 changes per line. If more exist, the soft key is used to view further pages of changes, and the soft key is used to re-display earlier pages. 4.3.2 Creating a new sequence This function is used to create an entirely new sequence format for the active sequence. However, this erases the entire contents of the active sequence! To use this function, press option 2 from the EDIT screen and the following screen will be displayed: The following is a description of the on-screen fields: • The TIME SIG field (time signature): This is the time signature of the bars which will be created. This is actually two fields- one for each part of the time signature. • The NUMBER OF BARS field: This is the number of bars which will be created. • The LOOP field: This field is a choice field with 2 options: OFF and TO BAR, 1. If set to OFF, the newly created sequence will automatically stop when it plays to the end (or if in RECORD mode, it will continue to add bars

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