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Akai Professional MPC1000
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Akai Professional MPC1000

Sampling Sequencer from Akai Professional belonging to the MPC series.

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Publié le 10/31/08 à 16:00
Give me a tilt screen next time....but if that's all your complaining about, than you have problems.

Price paid

$999

UTILIZATION

Give it two weeks and you should know every bitton and function, be patient.

Built like a rock, seriously, it's rather heavy.

SOUNDS

Perfect, by far the best drum/sequencer/sampler out today for $1000. Use it beside a computer and simply drag and drop samples from your pc/mac straight to the MPC---then, straight to a pad. It comes with alot of great drums and bass to get you started. I recommend collecting more drums. I just can't say enough. It has f/x that are built in to the MPC. No extra $$ for the basic f/x. If you sample and cut files on a computer and want that hands on perfection of the industry standard of hip hop hardware.....then go buy an MPC1000. -Shamus in N.C.

OVERALL OPINION

Everyday, I can't get enough.

Originally posted on FutureProducers.com
Posted by: Shamus (January 0-, 2005)
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