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WICKED MPC STUDIO VIDEO.

Post by voltageHead » Thu Mar 13, 2008 3:12 am

You should check out this video.
lots of mpc rigs and cool stuff.



It's kinda g'd out but it's still cool

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Post by hageir » Thu Mar 13, 2008 5:57 pm

*JSRockit at 01:23*
:lol:!
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Post by JSRockit » Thu Mar 13, 2008 6:17 pm

hageir wrote:*JSRockit at 01:23*
:lol:!
The funny thing is that I am alot more productive since getting rid of all of that... that was silly. I scrapped all the music I made at that time. I'm glad you pointed that out...because it makes me reflect on how silly I've been gear wise.
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Post by xibalba » Thu Mar 13, 2008 6:35 pm

JSRockit wrote:
hageir wrote:*JSRockit at 01:23*
:lol:!
The funny thing is that I am alot more productive since getting rid of all of that... that was silly. I scrapped all the music I made at that time. I'm glad you pointed that out...because it makes me reflect on how silly I've been gear wise.
ugh wish i wasnt at work so i can view that!
well congrats mister 12.16 ppd!! :D
i need to take a page out of your book and quit buying ish but i need a bass station and juno

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Post by thestreets » Thu Mar 13, 2008 7:57 pm

haha I belong to that forum....

If you use an MPC it's definitely good. You also get to watch hip hop heads argue about useless s**t in the off topic section. Not gonna lie, their off topic section is wayy funnier than here. (mods this is not a forum plug).

And wow JS that is a nice set-up. Or used to be, i guess. I don't know.

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Post by tallowwaters » Thu Mar 13, 2008 9:55 pm

thestreets wrote:haha I belong to that forum....

If you use an MPC it's definitely good. You also get to watch hip hop heads argue about useless s**t in the off topic section. Not gonna lie, their off topic section is wayy funnier than here. (mods this is not a forum plug).
yeah, but our OT (used to be) is populated by adults. i have looked at those forums and few times and they make the nimrods here seem like f**k atom splitters. if the people i see mashing at MPC pads in GC is any indicator, they probably should have drowned in a bucket or suffocated in a paper bag long ago...
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Post by thestreets » Thu Mar 13, 2008 10:40 pm

Yeah thats what makes em so funny! Some of em are just absolute idiots, rambling about nothing. I more laugh at that OT forum.

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Post by tunedLow » Sun Mar 16, 2008 4:35 am

tallowwaters wrote: yeah, but our OT (used to be) is populated by adults. i have looked at those forums and few times and they make the nimrods here seem like f**k atom splitters. if the people i see mashing at MPC pads in GC is any indicator, they probably should have drowned in a bucket or suffocated in a paper bag long ago...
Lol, I joined there recently myself. The veterans over there aren't bad, but apparently people who buy MPCs find it easier to ask a ton of stupid questions rather than simply read the manual. The thing is just not that hard to use. It really is amazing. I bothered to spend 10 minutes of my life on a few questions where I even installed the software they were having trouble with, explain step by step what to do, and not even get a thanks.

But also, sadly, I'm giving up on my MPC experiment. I wanted a way to get off of the computer for a while, but what I'm doing with it just isn't worth what I paid for it. I'm going to put the funds towards some new stuff for my modular. I was having fun with it for a while, and it was refreshing to make music without a mouse. But since I can do everything I'm doing with it now in software I already have, it's going.

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Post by crystalmsc » Wed Mar 19, 2008 9:34 am

voltageHead wrote:
thanks for the link, that's kind of a fun MPC tour for the evening :wink:
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Post by Yoozer » Wed Mar 19, 2008 10:19 am

The essential video for everyone wanting to know about an MPC:
"Part of an instrument is what it can do, and part of it is what you do to it" - Suzanne Ciani, 197x.

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