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User Guide (English) Introduction Box Contents APC40 mkII USB Cable Ableton Live Lite (download) User Guide Software Download Card Safety & Warranty Manual Support For the latest information about this product (system requirements, compatibility information, etc.) and product registration, visit akaipro.com/apc40-mkii For additional product support, visit akaipro.com/support . Quick Start Use the included USB cable to connect APC40 mkII's USB port to an available USB port on your computer (powered on). On your computer, open Ableton Live. In Live, open the Preferences Windows: Option�s Preferences Mac OS X: Li�ve Preferences Click the MIDI/Sync Tab. Click an available Control Surface drop-down menu and select Akai Click an available Input drop-down menu and select Akai Click an available Output drop-down menu and select Akai Close the Preferences window. You can now use APC40 mkII with Live. Basic Operation Refer to this section to learn how to do basic tasks in Ableton Live using APC40 mkII. Important: Before doing any of the following, set up APC40 mkII as a controller in Live (described in the Quick Start section above). To start or pause playback, press the button. To start recording, press the Record button (to record normally) or the Session button (to execute Live's Session Record feature). To stop all clips, Stop All Clips button. To launch a clip, press one of the Clip Launch buttons that correspond s to a clip in the current 8x5 matrix. In Live, this is represented by a rectangle around the clips. The Clip Launch buttons' colors will match the clips' colors as assigned in Live. 3 To stop a clip, press the Clip Stop button in the same track (colum n) as the clip you want to To launch a scene, press one of the five Scene Launch buttons to the right of the 8x5 matrix of Clip Launch buttons. To move around the matrix of clips, use the Bank Select buttons to shift the viewable 8x5 matrix. In Live, this is represented by a rectangle around the clips. The Clip Launch buttons' colors will match the clips' colors as assigned in Live. To solo a track, press its Solo button. To record-arm a track, press its button. To mute or unmute a track, press its (the button with the track's number printed on it, above its Solo button). To select a track, press its Track Selector (the button below the track's Clip Stop To adjust volumes, use the Track Volume Faders To adjust panning, press the Pan button to put APC40 mkII's Assignable Knobs in Pan Mode. The eight Assignable Knobs will control the panning positions of the current eight To adjust send levels, press the Sends button to put APC40 mkII's Assignable Knobs Sends Mode, allowing them to control the levels of Send A for the current eight tracks. You can select a different se nd by pressing and holding Sends and then pressing a Track Selector (Track Selector 1 will select Send A, Track Selector 2 will select Send B, etc.). Note: Your return tracks will be shown in the matr ix as the right-most tracks available in the Live Set. To use the Assignable Knobs to control other functions, press the User button to put APC40 mkII's Assignable Knobs in User Mode. You can then assign them in Live's MIDI Map Mode, allowing them (while in User Mode) to control whatever ma ppable parameters you want. To adjust devices: Select a track by pr essing the desired Track Selector If the Device View is not shown at the bottom of the window, press the Clip/Dev. View until it is. Use the Device Left/Right ( �씀/�였) buttons to select the desired device. Use the eight Device Control Knobs to control the parameters of the current device's first bank. You can use the Bank Left/Right ( buttons to select the previous or next bank in that device. Alternatively, you can press the Device Lock button to lock or unlock APC40 mkII to or from the currently selected device. When locked, you can use APC40 mkII's controls for that device regardless of where the current focus is in your Live Set. 323334 3131 21221817 rt on your computer. The computer's USB port prov ides power to APC40 mkII. This co nnection is also used to send and Press this button to power APC40 mkII on and off. Footswitch Input: Connect an optional 1/4" (6.35mm) TS footswitch to this input. Kensington Lock Slot: You can use this Kensington lock slot to secure the APC40 mkII to a table or other surface. Clip Launch Buttons: While in Session View, use these buttons in this 8x5 to launch clips. Each button represen ts a single clip slot. The eight c olumns represent eigh t tracks while the five rows represent five scenes. The Clip Launch buttons' colors will match the clips' colors as assigned in Live. You can launch the entire scene by pressing the buttons to the right of the row of clips. Scene Launch Buttons: ...


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