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Akai MPC 2500 Beat Making (In Da Lab 21)

Akai MPC 2500 Beat Making (In Da Lab 21) hitcreatormusic.com THEPLATINUM-HIT PRODUCER MPC2500 has set the industry benchmark for beat production. It features a 32-voice drum sampler with up to 128MB RAM and extensive editing capabilities. Designed for professional music-production environments as well as DJs and other live performers, MPC2500 features a time-tested drum-pad surface, twin on-board effects processors, four Q-Link controllers for real-time control, 10 analog outputs, and a S/PDIF digital output. MPC2500 sports a 100000-note, 64-track sequencer that can be assigned to four different MIDI outputs for a total of 64 independently addressable MIDI channels. Internal sounds reside in flash memory and can easily be swapped out via Compact Flash cards, an optional hard drive, or an optional CD-ROM drive. A CF card with preloaded sounds is included to get you started. M-Audio (formerly Midiman), a business unit of Avid Technology, is a designer and importer of a variety of audio products, including digital audio workstation interfaces, keyboard MIDI controllers, condenser microphones, and studio monitors. The company has independent offices in the US, Canada, UK, Germany, France and Japan. They manufacture primarily in China. After Avid purchased M-Audio, Digidesign and M-Audio cooperated to release a version of Pro Tools tailored for M-Audio sound interfaces, which is targeted to provide products for many home musicians to use a limited version of Digidesigns

2019-04-12T14:40:57+00:00 Akai MPC 2500|25 Comments


  1. IVBEATZBB4D at - Reply


    WOW !

  2. CapTainBuckAHOE at - Reply

    this beat is dope i dont know what people are talking about…

  3. BlackImpalaRugebregt at - Reply

    the string sounds not too good,but the whole beat is sick..
    mad respect up from Indonesia!
    keep it real!

  4. EROKBEATZ at - Reply

    dope ! keep creating hits cutty

  5. HereticEast at - Reply

    nice chops!!!

  6. Tim7421 at - Reply

    Wow where get i samples like this?

  7. ArmzhouseMusik at - Reply

    Good on ya for it. The only people I think who should get dissed on here for their vids are people who str8 lie to get people to watch. You just doin what you do and love and posting. I know a ton of guys who are much more advanced on the 2500 but that don’t mean shit. Everybody develops differently. And besides Fuck a hater man. They gon hate anyway so keep postin anyway hahahahaha….bless up…

  8. FonziFree at - Reply


  9. CoyoteBeats at - Reply

    I have a problem with the PITCH SHIFT function. When i change the pitch of the sample to +1.00 or -1.00 (semi tone), than the sample sounds damaged. When put it to +12.00 or -12.00 (one octave) no problem. So there’s nothing wrong with the sample itself.

    Can you help me out? Thanks

  10. victorfrayz at - Reply

    fuck beat stupid quantize
    stupid style
    bad bad

  11. saltmcgault420 at - Reply

    that beat is really sounding strong at the end head bangin!! what keyboard u using?? i also own an mpc2500 as well…. forget theses haters like the one below me.. they dont count.

  12. saltmcgault420 at - Reply

    that beat is rerally sounding strong at the end head bangin!! what keyboard u using?? i also own an mpc2500 as well…. forget theses haters like the one below me.. they dont count.

  13. cr1mec0mmit3r at - Reply

    AraabMusik destroys his MPC 2500.

  14. DysphoricExemption at - Reply

    sounds tight

  15. SergeDaPimp at - Reply

    to get your sample. do u use turntable to acquire the sound?

  16. Mopsmops at - Reply

    sounds plastic

  17. 123Bastardo at - Reply


    Which mixer do you use? I need a good but not to expansive one.

  18. MmhGanja at - Reply

    i have a mpc2500, and a fantom x7.. so stfu..

  19. TCSProductions11 at - Reply

    Sounds like a chop from billy joel

  20. hitcreatormusic at - Reply

    lol. Thanks for watching anyway. I dont care if people dont like my old or new videos. My goal is to get people to watch. You did. lmao!!!

  21. MmhGanja at - Reply

    “in da lab”

    sounds so stupid…

  22. BeatsNRhyms at - Reply

    hows the maschine?is it that better then mpc?can you use it as a sampler standalone too?

  23. hitcreatormusic at - Reply

    I’ve got native instruments maschine now and still got my old triton.

  24. BeatsNRhyms at - Reply

    i used to have exact the same setup korg triton with an mpc 2500,glad i sold both and got a fantom back,triton could never win of a fantom,fantom is just sickk,but anyways everyone his own taste 😀

  25. liljda4th at - Reply

    thats tight

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