Akai Professional MPC1000

MPC1000, Sampling Sequencer from Akai Professional in the MPC series.

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vis-ecrou 01/29/2004

Akai Professional MPC1000 : vis-ecrou's user review


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To see the connector on the manufacturer's website, but for me I find it very well as usual except that I would have preferred to have more separate outputs.
Filters are effective (and combined to be more effective) and handy lorqu'on associates them with the sliders.
The effects are not bad for a preview of what you want (in any case can not be used with separate outputs, so c really just to "see"), but too METALLIC when abused. The effects section "mastering" is also handy to boost the whole, except that I find the compressor notoriously inefficient.
The sequencer groove to death, although the c feature of these machines ...


So there really ouf c, c the workhorse of the MPC => gear is simply the easiest to use I've ever used. C to obtain such amazing results with so few headaches. Within minutes you can make a complicated beat of 64 tracks, with a feeling that I never found on any sequencer.


In my case (R & B / New Jack / Hip-Hop), c not bad at all, Pette sound good, but it is still a bit too clean for my taste. The sound is pretty crappy given with, because it sounds too "carnival". But when you sample the good c.
The term is exemplary, and anyway these pads are proven (the suicide rate among musicians has plummeted since Aker launched the MPC60).


I use it for a week, and what is egg c how fast you can make a beat of the same size as those of trade (and because everyone uses mpc). Otherwise the scope of USB and flash card c super practical and not compare with the crappy stuff we had before (scsi). You can use the pc (or mac in my case) to store a huge wav sound bank and we support that you need in a "drag and drop". I won a lot of time with this function.
In short, my view is that 1) it is better to take it a MPC 2000XL
2) if you are looking for a killer shit beats R & B or Hip-hop 5min timer and without too damn nose in a computer then look no further you have found ...