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Born Nov 4, 1987 (29 years old)
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21 Nov 2005
I just purchased a akai 2500 mpc and was wondering what keyboard would be a good one to get. my price range is about 1200 - 2000. i want the best for my buck with the most options and sounds. please help me im new to this and trying to build up my studio. Also my mpc dosent come with a drive but theres a spot for one. what kind of drive will work and will it give me more internal memory cause i thinkin im working with 16mb right now. thanks
3 Nov 2005
How come every time i look at pictures of studios there are almost always 2 moniters. Could some one let me know why you would use or need 2. thanks
3 Nov 2005
i just picked up my first mpc ever. biggrin.gif ive been messing with it all day it so much different then using that damn trigger finger. It cost about 2100 after tax but i think its well worth it. Let me know what you think or leave any tips for a newb. thanks
PS this thing rocks!!!
PS2- does anyone know of a good music production school around the new york area. thanks
26 Oct 2005
hi im just making the change from garage band to cubase. Everyone told me this was a good move and i was wondering if anyone could give me any hints. thanks
20 Oct 2005
ok i need some help. about two weeks ago i got a g4 powerbook and use garage band i also bought remus rmx, a trigger finger pad, and a oxygen 8 keyboard. now im making ok beats but i feel like when i go to make the drum with beat and clap i cant control it. What i mean is i use a kit from rmx then go to garage band and use the trigger finger pad to make the basic beat but the tempo never matches up right. is there an easier way to get it so the tempo matches the basic beat. cause right now i move the tempo then see if the basic beat will fit in the 2 bars or w/e. is there a way to make the basic beat then it will automaticly fit or set its tempo. please help me out im new at this.
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