mpc tutorials...sticky

Discussion in 'Audio Help & Tips' started by Stiffaz, Aug 1, 2003.

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  1. Stiffaz

    Stiffaz I'm White

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  2. BPINCdef

    BPINCdef Renaissance Man

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    damn - pretty nice sheit
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  3. Ghet-Ghet

    Ghet-Ghet Guest

    I got one to.

    1.) Stop believing what The Source says.
    2.) Pick up your current MPC and see if it fits in the garbage disposal.
    3.) If it doesn't, hand it directly to the garbagemen and make sure they crush it with their truck machine thingy.
    4.) Go spend the money you spend on an overblown piece of crap on real equipment like everyone else.

    But then again, we all know that 16 rubber pads automatically makes anything sound better!
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  4. TwistedPlot

    TwistedPlot DS3 Crü

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    LMAO... Nicely put Ghet.

    I don't know about "making it sound better," but hitting those pads is fun as hell.

    Easily remedied with a cheap ass MPD 16.

    Uno
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  5. PG-13

    PG-13 Kiss My Ass

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    lol Mpc's are good but not needed... I wouldn't waste another $1,500 on one...Sure if i seen it somewhere for $400.00 i might get it because thats a good deal then i'd simply sale it for $850 :) but anything that Mpc Does ur computer can do.. shit thats all an MPC is...

    MPD16

    Recycle

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    Midi Controller

    Quality Sounds

    outshines an Mpc anyday
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