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Philadelphia based hip-hop artist. A member of the Burndown all-stars. I have appeared in XXL magazine as a member of my former crew Disciples of Discipline.
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Born Feb 7, 1980 (37 years old)
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24 May 2006
My powerbook just panic kerneled while I was using pro tools. My external drive was on when this happened. I turned both items off. Reset the computer, and when it had booted the operating system I turned on the external drive. The drive is partitioned into 3 parts(recordings, samples, production). When turned on it would only load up 2 of the 3 partitions. The recording partition appears to have disappeared. I have reset the drive numerous times to no avail. I am not a computer tech type guy, and have no idea what to do. Half my album is stored on this portion of my drive, and I must figure out a way to recover this data....ANY help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks
4 Feb 2006
I would like to use my mpc as a drum trigger pad for Reason. Basically I'd like to play redrum, and rex with my mpc. I find playing the patterns by hand gives the drums a more realistic feel. If this is possible could someone run me through it. I've tried, but haven't had any luck....thanks
31 Jan 2006
This is by far the most helpful person I've encountered over the internet. His patience, and depth of knowledge is unsurpassed. Lepetitmartien I salute you....cheah ...seven
23 Jan 2006
First I just wanna say thanks to everybody on this site. I just joined but, have already learned a ton just from poking around. It seems as if everybody here is very patient, and informative...now that the requisite ass-kissing is over , lets get down to business...
So I just recieved my 15 inch Powerbook G4. It's a 1.67 Ghz model, with 2 Gb of Ram, and a 100 Gb 7200 rpm Hard Drive. I am currently awaiting my M Box2 (factory bundle) with Pro Tools, via UPS.
I have read the documentation on the digidesign website, and have read that it is strongly suggested to get an external/additional hard drive, instead of using the internal boot drive. But is it necessary? I got the larger internal drive hoping that it might be sufficient. If not I can live with that. I'll spend the money if I must.
So my next question is this...is pro tools compatible with usb 2.0 external Hard drives? Or can you ONLY use firewire/sata/whatever else they list drives. The usb 2.o's are cheaper for more storage than the firewire models. But I definently believe you get what you pay for.
And what about internal drives placed in shells? That seems to be the cheapest/most economical option, but I don't know nothing about that stuff. Is it hard to do?...what is my best strategy here?
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