It is a program mode of the type that
shares one sample by two or more consecutive note numbers,
applies the musical scale, and performs.
[REC] and the [OVER DUB] button do not work in the mode of Global Program Edit.
If [REC] or the [OVER DUB] button is pushed, it will return to a main screen.
|1||Original key of a sample|
|2||Range of the musical scale which a sample uses|
Please set the range of the musical scale which the original key (note) of a sample and a sample and a sample use. (Value of LOW is set)
In the case of the above figure, sample"Harpsichord31" is used for the musical scale to 21-33 of notes.
Sample"Harpsichord36" is used for the musical scale to 34-40 of notes.
Sample"Harpsichord44" is used for the musical scale to 41-47 of notes.
The sample which finishes with the note number or note name of the sample can perform the above-mentioned setup automatically.
The following is an example in case a note is a sample of D0.
As for all the following samples, a note is recognized as a sample of D0.
For example, it is assumed that the sample of the following note names was loaded to MPC.
Please set arbitrary samples in the column of SAMPLE.
If [SHIFT]+F1(AutoSet) button is pressed in this state, it will become as it is shown in the following figure.
[SHIFT]+F1(AutoSet) button is pressed.
The sample of the same sample name is searched.
A sample is arranged in order of a note and the range is set automatically.
A space will be inserted in the position of cursor if [SHIFT]+F3 (INSERT) button is pressed in this state.
[SHIFT]+F3(INSERT) button is pressed.
If [SHIFT]+F4(DELETE) button is pressed in this state, the sample of the position of cursor will be deleted.
[SHIFT]+F4(DELETE) button is pressed.
The sample of the cursor position is deleted, and the following samples will be automatically moved forward.