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

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

94 track. In this

94 track. In this function, only the events from the source track are copied- no time signature or tempo data is copied. Unlike the COPY ALL TRACKS function which inserts the copied data into the sequence, increasing the overall length, this form of the copy function either replaces the existing events or merges with the existing events, without adding any additional bars. Therefore, in this function, the overall length is unchanged after the copy. Common uses of this function are: • Copying one track to another • Merging (bouncing) two tracks together • Shifting a track earlier or later in increments as small as one clock To use this function, select option 6 from the EDIT screen, and the following screen will be displayed: A description of the on-screen fields follows: • The SEQUENCE field (the COPY/MERGE A TRACK FROM section): This is the sequence from which the data will be copied. The active sequence number is automatically inserted here when this screen is entered. • The TRACK field (the COPY/MERGE A TRACK FROM section): This is the track from which the data will be copied. The active track is automatically inserted here when this screen is entered. • The FROM and TO fields: These fields are used to set the region of the track which will be copied from, starting at the clock location specified in the FROM field and including all data up to but not including the clock specified in the TO field. These are BAR.BEAT.CLOCK type fields, enabling you to specify the region in units as small as one clock. • The SEQUENCE field (the COPY/MERGE A TRACK TO section): This is the sequence to be copied into. The active sequence number is automatically inserted here when this screen is entered. • The TRACK field (the COPY/MERGE A TRACK TO section): This is the track to be copied into. The active track number is automatically inserted here when this screen is entered.

Section 4:Editing sequences 95 • The COPIES field: This field specifies the number of copies, end onto end, which are to be added into the new sequence. This is normally "1". • The START COPY AT field: The copied data may be added into the destination sequence and track starting at any location. This field specifies the starting location for the copied data to be placed. This is a BAR.BEAT.CLOCK type field, allowing the copied data to be placed at any location, in increments as small as one clock. • The MODE field: This is a choice field with 2 options: 1. REPLACE: In this mode, all existing events in the destination track are replaced by the newly copied data - the existing events are overwritten. 2. MERGE: In this mode, the copied data is merged, or added, into the existing events. • SOFT KEY 1- : Pressing this soft key performs the copy as specified in the above fields. NOTE 1: This function provides a way to shift the timing of tracks forward or backward by any amount. To do this, simply copy a track to itself, but slightly earlier or later. This provides an advantage over the "Shift timing" function (in the TIMING CORRECT screen) which cannot be used without simultaneously applying timing correction to the track. NOTE 2: If an attempt is made to copy events from a "drums" track to a "non-drums" track (or vice versa), the following warning screen will appear, informing you that it cannot be done: Pressing the soft key will return to the "Edit Sequence" menu screen.

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