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  • Akai Professional MPC5000

    Akai Professional MPC5000 - "A must-have"


    Sampler/sequencer/synthesizer, it's a comprehensive machine that can handle a complete production by itself. Comprehensive and reliable connection options, I plug all my synths into it to sequence them. I recommend it to people looking for a comp…

  • Roland MV-8000

    Roland MV-8000 - "good unit, but hard to understand everything"


    The Roland MV 8000 is a machine that I do not own as of now. But I have used it several times and I must say it was one of the only machines that could even come close to what the mpc can do. The MV 8000 has sort of copied the MPC with a lot of its f…

  • Akai Professional MPC1000 Black

    Akai Professional MPC1000 Black - "i will always use the mpc"


    The MPC 1000 black, is a midi production studio. When I was first unboxing I was surprised by the quality of it. Since its only 900 and something dollars I didn’t think It was going to be as solid as it was. I figured the 5000 and 4000 are that solid…

  • Roland MV-8800

    Roland MV-8800 - "very good"


    The Roland MV 8800 is an all out monster. You can do pretty much everything on it, I was in guitar center for about 3 hours just messing with it when they had it set up. It attracted me right away. Probably the only reason I didn’t purchase it is bec…

  • Roland MC-808

    Roland MC-808 - "roland sounds"


    The roland MC 808 is a device that I had a chance to use a few times before when I was searching for the right sampling sequencer for me. After using it for about an hour or so, I must say that it was pretty good. It seems to have the capabilities of…

  • Akai Professional MPC500

    Akai Professional MPC500 - "compact but lacking great features"


    The MPC 500 to me just wasn’t worth the purchase. Not saying its not a good machine, because it is. But to be honest it is no where near the experience you will get when using one of the other models (1000,2000, 2000xl, 4000 or 5000) . With the MPC 5…

  • Akai Professional MPC5000

    Akai Professional MPC5000 - "used for my drum patterns"


    The MPC 5000 is a premier machine for anyone looking to lay down some drums! Or you can use it as a sampler as well. The Mpc 5000 has everything you need to sequence your tracks and you can even lay them out in “song” mode. Which is basically like d…

  • Akai Professional MPC1000 Black

    Akai Professional MPC1000 Black - "took awhile to get the hang of"


    The black MPC 1000 is a sampling monster. I had a chance to use it on several occasions though I have never purchase one myself. I can say some of the things I like about it Is how you can layer your drums so easy. I havent seen an easier method to l…

  • Roland MC-808

    Roland MC-808 - "its not for me"


    The Roland MC 808 is a groove box that was created about 6 or so years ago. This groove box never really had a chance to reach its full potential in my opinion. it’s a great piece of equipment be was over looked because of all the other drum machines…

  • Yamaha RM1X

    Yamaha RM1X - "oldie but goodie"


    The Yamaha RM1X is a step programmable machine interface. The technology used in this unit is the same that is in a lot of samplers on the market today. One thing that is really cool with this is that you can actually purchase a add on piece of hardw…