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Re: [Evolver] BoomChik

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  • peter sedin
    well there are new ones.. mpc-1000 2500 etc.. all of them have usb/card reader and a bunch of new state of the art sampler edits.. but what would be really
    Message 1 of 18 , Feb 1, 2007
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      well there are new ones.. mpc-1000 2500 etc.. all of them have usb/card reader and a bunch of new state of the art sampler edits.. but what would be really cooool was a hybrid, not a sampler but a mpc sequenser with all the shit from evolver yet more voices and a mpc sequenser.. and it seem like they working on that right now!!
      peace out..
      peter

      arrakian <arrakian@...> wrote:
      Ditt-mother f'ing-o!!!


      On Jan 29, 2007, at 7:01 PM, Brooks Mosher wrote:

      yeah, seriously. 

      everyone knows the mpc60 and the mpc3000 is the shit.  the feel, the timing, and the sound of those machines is unbeatable.  but the later akai stuff.........  not so much. 

      the roger linn mpc's use 80's technology.  why not take the good points of those machines and use 2007 technology?  i mean, hip hop artists LOVE the 12 bit sound.  isn't there a way to create something with the feel, the timing, that punchy sound - but with firewire or usb to connect to the pc, a smaller chassis and footprint, knobby controllers that send midi cc data, etc..... 

      there's a lot that could be done.  it wouldn't be reinventing the mpc as moose stated.  it would be taking the best from the old and making something new.

      Brooks




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    • Brooks Mosher
      the MPC500, MPC1000, MPC2000, etc., are not the Roger Linn models. completely different.... it s kind of like Akai went backwards after the MPC3000.
      Message 2 of 18 , Feb 1, 2007
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        the MPC500, MPC1000, MPC2000, etc., are not the Roger Linn models.

        completely different.... it's kind of like Akai went backwards after the MPC3000.




        On 2/1/07, peter sedin <midihooker@...> wrote:

        well there are new ones.. mpc-1000 2500 etc.. all of them have usb/card reader and a bunch of new state of the art sampler edits.. but what would be really cooool was a hybrid, not a sampler but a mpc sequenser with all the shit from evolver yet more voices and a mpc sequenser.. and it seem like they working on that right now!!
        peace out..
        peter

        arrakian <arrakian@...> wrote:
        Ditt-mother f'ing-o!!!


        On Jan 29, 2007, at 7:01 PM, Brooks Mosher wrote:

        yeah, seriously. 

        everyone knows the mpc60 and the mpc3000 is the shit.  the feel, the timing, and the sound of those machines is unbeatable.  but the later akai stuff.........  not so much. 

        the roger linn mpc's use 80's technology.  why not take the good points of those machines and use 2007 technology?  i mean, hip hop artists LOVE the 12 bit sound.  isn't there a way to create something with the feel, the timing, that punchy sound - but with firewire or usb to connect to the pc, a smaller chassis and footprint, knobby controllers that send midi cc data, etc..... 

        there's a lot that could be done.  it wouldn't be reinventing the mpc as moose stated.  it would be taking the best from the old and making something new.

        Brooks




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      • peter sedin
        ok.. whats the main diffrence between mpc3000 and 2000?? thanx.. peter Brooks Mosher wrote: the MPC500, MPC1000, MPC2000, etc., are
        Message 3 of 18 , Feb 1, 2007
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          ok.. whats the main diffrence between mpc3000 and 2000??
          thanx..
          peter

          Brooks Mosher <brooksmosher@...> wrote:
          the MPC500, MPC1000, MPC2000, etc., are not the Roger Linn models.

          completely different... . it's kind of like Akai went backwards after the MPC3000.




          On 2/1/07, peter sedin <midihooker@yahoo. com> wrote:
          well there are new ones.. mpc-1000 2500 etc.. all of them have usb/card reader and a bunch of new state of the art sampler edits.. but what would be really cooool was a hybrid, not a sampler but a mpc sequenser with all the shit from evolver yet more voices and a mpc sequenser.. and it seem like they working on that right now!!
          peace out..
          peter

          arrakian <arrakian@mac. com> wrote:
          Ditt-mother f'ing-o!!!


          On Jan 29, 2007, at 7:01 PM, Brooks Mosher wrote:

          yeah, seriously. 

          everyone knows the mpc60 and the mpc3000 is the shit.  the feel, the timing, and the sound of those machines is unbeatable.  but the later akai stuff.........  not so much. 

          the roger linn mpc's use 80's technology.  why not take the good points of those machines and use 2007 technology?  i mean, hip hop artists LOVE the 12 bit sound.  isn't there a way to create something with the feel, the timing, that punchy sound - but with firewire or usb to connect to the pc, a smaller chassis and footprint, knobby controllers that send midi cc data, etc..... 

          there's a lot that could be done.  it wouldn't be reinventing the mpc as moose stated.  it would be taking the best from the old and making something new.

          Brooks




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        • Ravi Ivan Sharma
          Google is your friend. Try these links and resources to get MPC (non-evolver) information. http://www.akaipro.com/ http://www.mpc-forums.com/ ... From: peter
          Message 4 of 18 , Feb 1, 2007
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            Google is your friend. Try these links and resources to get MPC (non-evolver) information.
             
             
             
             
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            Subject: Re: [Evolver] BoomChik

            ok.. whats the main diffrence between mpc3000 and 2000??
            thanx..
            peter

            Brooks Mosher <brooksmosher@ gmail.com> wrote:
            the MPC500, MPC1000, MPC2000, etc., are not the Roger Linn models.

            completely different... . it's kind of like Akai went backwards after the MPC3000.




            On 2/1/07, peter sedin <midihooker@yahoo. com> wrote:
            well there are new ones.. mpc-1000 2500 etc.. all of them have usb/card reader and a bunch of new state of the art sampler edits.. but what would be really cooool was a hybrid, not a sampler but a mpc sequenser with all the shit from evolver yet more voices and a mpc sequenser.. and it seem like they working on that right now!!
            peace out..
            peter

            arrakian <arrakian@mac. com> wrote:
            Ditt-mother f'ing-o!!!


            On Jan 29, 2007, at 7:01 PM, Brooks Mosher wrote:

            yeah, seriously. 

            everyone knows the mpc60 and the mpc3000 is the shit.  the feel, the timing, and the sound of those machines is unbeatable.  but the later akai stuff.........  not so much. 

            the roger linn mpc's use 80's technology.  why not take the good points of those machines and use 2007 technology?  i mean, hip hop artists LOVE the 12 bit sound.  isn't there a way to create something with the feel, the timing, that punchy sound - but with firewire or usb to connect to the pc, a smaller chassis and footprint, knobby controllers that send midi cc data, etc..... 

            there's a lot that could be done.  it wouldn't be reinventing the mpc as moose stated.  it would be taking the best from the old and making something new.

            Brooks




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