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

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

98 • SOFT KEY 1- :

98 • SOFT KEY 1- : Pressing this soft key performs the copy as specified. This may take as much as 30 seconds or more. NOTE: ALWAYS BE SURE THAT EACH OF THE SEQUENCES IN THE SONG HAVE IDENTICAL MIDI CHANNEL ASSIGNMENTS FOR THEIR TRACKS. When playing a song in song mode, it is possible for each of the sequences within a song to have different midi channel assignments from sequence to sequence because each sequence uses its own set of assignments. For example, track 5 could be assigned to midi channel 16 (drums) in one sequence; it could then be followed by a different sequence in which track 5 contains keyboard notes and plays through midi channel 3. However, once a song to sequence conversion is done, only the assignments from the first sequence in the song are used in the newly created long sequence: For this reason, before converting a song to a sequence, be certain that the midi channel assignments for each of the sequences match from sequence to sequence. It is especially important that "drums" (channel 16) or "non-drums" (channel 1-15) status of each track match from sequence to sequence within the song. If an attempt is made to convert a song which has a mismatch in midi assignments, the following error screen will be displayed and the conversion is aborted: To correct the problem, you must use either change the midi channel assignment of one of the mismatched tracks, or use the soft key from the PLAY/RECORD screen to change the track order of one of the two mismatched sequences before attempting the conversion again. 4.3.9 Shortening/lengthening a single bar This function allows you to change the length of a particular bar within a sequence by changing its time signature. It works like this: if the new time signature you change to is shorter than the existing one, the unused end of the bar is truncated; if the new time signature is longer than the existing one, a small amount of blank space is added onto the end of the bar. For example, if you need to

Section 4:Editing sequences 99 remove one 1/8 note from the end of a 4/4 bar, you would change its time signature to 7/8. To use this function, press the EDIT key and select option 9 from the menu, and the following screen will appear: First, select the bar number to be changed in the BAR field in the top line. The existing time signature for that bar will be displayed in the FROM field in the second line. Next, enter the time signature you wish to change to in the TO field in the second line. To perform the change, press the soft key. 4.3.10 Changing the velocity or duration of a group of notes after recording This new feature allows you to globally modify the duration or velocity values of a group of notes within a track. You may set them to a fixed value, add or subtract an amount from them, or multiply them by a selected percentage: The fields are: • The TRACK field: This sets the track number which will be modified. • The FROM and TO fields: These 2 fields set the region within the track which will be affected. These are both BAR.BEAT.CLOCK type fields. 0 The CHANGE field:

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