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

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

90 onto the end). If set

90 onto the end). If set to TO BAR 1, the newly created sequence will loop back to bar 1 when it plays to the end; or if you want the sequence to loop to a bar other than 1, move the cursor to the number 1 and change it to the number of the bar you want the sequence to loop to. • The TEMPO field: This sets the "sequence" tempo for the newly created sequence (not the "master" tempo). • The "MIDI CHANNEL FOR TRACK 1 (0=UNUSED)" field: This is actually 3 fields which allow a single output midi channel to be assigned to each of the 99 tracks. To set the output midi channel assignment for each track: 1. Move the cursor to the number which appears to the right of the word "track" (this is a data field) and select the number of the track you want to assign. Now, the current assignment for that track will appear to the right of the colon (":"). 2. Move the cursor to the number directly to the right of the colon and enter the number of the midi channel you want the selected track to play through (1 - 16). If you don't want that track to be active at all, enter a "0" here. 3. Move the cursor one position to the right and use the DATA CONTROL to select the output port you want the selected track to play through (A, B, C, or D). • SOFT KEY 1- : Pressing this soft key causes the existing sequence to be completely erased and a new sequence format to be created using the data entered in the screen fields. NOTE: If you select an empty sequence (a sequence with the name "unused"), then press RECORD or OVERDUB, the sequence will immediately be created using the settings in this screen. 4.3.3 Inserting blank bars within a sequence This function inserts a specified number of blank bars into the current sequence. To use this function, select option 3 from the EDIT screen, and the following screen will appear:

Section 4:Editing sequences 91 The on-screen fields are: • The NUMBER OF BARS field: This is the number of blank bars to be inserted. • The TIME SIGN field (time signature): This is the time signature of the bars to be inserted. This is actually two fields- one for each part of the time signature. The range of the first part is from 1 to 31; the second part is a "choice" field with 4 selections: 4, 8, 16, and 32. • The INSERT BEFORE BAR field: This field specifies the bar number which the new bars will be inserted before. To insert bars after the end of the sequence, enter here the number of the bar which is one higher than the last bar of the sequence. • SOFT KEY 1- : Pressing this soft key performs the insertion according to the above displayed parameters. NOTE: If the sequence is set to loop to an earlier bar (in the time signature / ending status screen) and the new bars are inserted before the loop bar, causing the sequence to now loop to a different place, the bar number specified in the LOOP field will automatically be adjusted to compensate for the insertion. 4.3.4 Deleting bars from within a sequence This function allows you to delete a specified number of bars from the active sequence. To use this function, press option 4 from the EDIT screen and the following screen will be displayed:

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