Help get this topic noticed by sharing it on Twitter, Facebook, or email.

MPC X User Manual error

Error on page 52 state MPC X does not have foot switch inputs. I believe there is no foot switch for the Live under preferences..

Hardware
The settings on this screen determine the behavior of MPC X’s pads and touchscreen.
Pad Threshold: This determines how much force is required to strike the pads for them to trigger.
Pad Sensitivity: This determines how the pads respond to touch. At lower values, you need to use more force to
generate a high-velocity note. At higher values, it is easier to generate high-velocity notes, even if you do not use
much force while pressing a pad.
Pad Curve: This determines how striking the pads translates into velocity values. The A
curve is essentially linear, while the B, C, and D curves are exponential (see graphic here).
Velocity & Aftertouch: View these meters when striking and pressing the pads to help
gauge the force and pressure you are applying to them. These meters are useful when
adjusting the Pad Threshold and Pad Sensitivity parameters (above).
Footswitch 1 & Footswitch 2: These determine how connected footswitches will work.
These options are not available for MPC X, which does not have footswitch inputs.
MIDI Control Mode Output: This determines which MIDI port MPC X is using to send
MIDI messages to external MIDI devices.
Screen Dimming: This determines how much time must pass before MPC X automatically dims its touchscreen.
Screen Brightness: This determines the brightness of the screen during normal operation: normal brightness
(Day) or dimmed (Night).
VU Meter Source: This determines what audio signal level is shown in the level meters (on the right side of the
touchscreen). When set to Master, the level meters show the audio signal sent out of Outputs 1/2 (the Main L/R
outputs on the rear panel). When set to Current Program, the level meters show the audio signal of the currently
selected program (i.e., the program used by the currently selected track and any other tracks that also use it).
Date: This is the current date, formatted as Month / Day / Year. When saving files on your MPC X in Standalone
Mode, the file will include the current date in its metadata. If you use MPC X in Controller Mode, this setting will
be overwritten with the current date of the host computer.
Time: This is the current time, formatted as Hour : Minute. When saving files on your MPC X in Standalone
Mode, the file will include the current time in its metadata. If you use MPC X in Controller Mode, this setting will
be overwritten with the current time of the host computer.
Time Zone: This is the current time zone, formatted as Continent / City, which you can change here.
1 person has
this problem
+1
Reply