The disk system now does an auto re-scan of removable media after disk eject or insertion. Page 5 Naturally you may save the programs back to your hard disk or floppy if you want but of course, the programs will be saved as Akai format. AKP programs and the samples will be saved as. WAV files.
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The disk system now does an auto re-scan of removable media after disk eject or insertion. Page 5 Naturally you may save the programs back to your hard disk or floppy if you want but of course, the programs will be saved as Akai format. AKP programs and the samples will be saved as. WAV files. Page 7 SCSI, given the many potential problems outlined in the documentation referred to above, it cannot be recommended and Akai Electric Co.
Akai Electric Co. Page In V1. As such, the destination drive has to be at least the same size or larger than the source drive. This erases all data on the destination disk and, of course, requires the destination disk to be the same size as or larger than the source disk. NOTE: Previous Akai samplers apply a short fade up and down by default at the start and end of a sample. This is also true of other sampler and most sound modules, soundcards, hard disk recorders, etc.
In other words, once a sample has been triggered, it will loop endlessly until the same note on the same MIDI channel is received. In other words You have a long sample RAM or virtual. Normally, the sampler does this in the background automatically when you delete something especially with short samples but, under certain circumstances e.
In this case what has happened is that the holes in memory have not been automatically de-fragmented. Page 17 It also allows access to routing cues to different outpus as well as enabling the use of the EB20 effects board if fitted on an S A playsheet is actually a multi and the playsheet mode is simply a means of presenting it differently for triggering sounds from the front panel.
You will receive the usual name prompt where you may name the scene if you wish. Once you have a scene, you may begin to add playsheets to it. Continue to add playsheets as necessary. You should end up with something that looks not unlike the following: You may insert playsheets anywhere you want.
When a cue is playing, it is highlighted and if two or more are playing, they will all be highlighted: Please note, however, that when pressing and holding multiple keys down one side of the LCD, pressing and holding a key on the side of the LCD will cause the same keys on the other side of the LCD to be selected.
A folder containing scenes and playsheets looks something like this: A scene uses this icon -. This manual is also suitable for:.
WAV files as the native sample format. Any standard PC WAV file can be loaded directly for instant playback from any PC formatted hard drive attached to the S or S - including downloaded samples available on the Internet. Both models feature a voice system, and both are upgradable to voices U. The S also offers programmable "user keys" which can be assigned to any page for rapid access to commonly used functions.
Akai S5000 Manuals
The S has a removable front panel — useful for remote editing. This is clearly good news for those basing their systems around digital mixers. Inside Story Looking beneath the impressive front panel and display, the most fundamental change to the architecture of these machines is that Akai have adopted the PC WAV file format as the standard for storing samples and disk recordings. The workaround for now is either to use completely different names, or put the number at the front. In spite of all the changes, though, the overall philosophy of the operating system is close enough to that of previous models that existing Akai users should be able to adapt very quickly. Some features have been borrowed from other Akai machines. The Hardware Akai samplers always seem to come in very deep boxes, and these new models are no exception.
AKAI S5000 Owner's Manual
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Akai S-5000 and S-6000 Owner's Manual
Akai S one of the last of the big akai standalone samplers. The Akai S and S represent a revolutionary step forward in the art of sampling, offering the options and features required by professional applications at a truly affordable price. WAV files as the native sample format. Any standard PC WAV file can be loaded directly for instant playback from any PC formatted hard drive attached to the S or S - including downloaded samples available on the Internet.