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AKAI MPC500 MUTE GROUP TUTORIAL

MPC500 MUTE GROUP TUTORIAL Mpc500,Mpc2500,Mpc1000,and Mpc2000xl Tutorial Dvds out now at www.soundsforsamplers.com Mpc500 Dvd http Mpc2500 Dvd www.akaimpc.com Mpc1000 Dvd www.akaimpc.com Mpc2000xl Dvd www.akaimpc.com Mpc5000 Dvd www.akaimpc.com
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2019-04-12T12:59:37+00:00 Akai MPC 2500|20 Comments

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    ayepluss at - Reply

    chur bro useful as

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    RsDaAntidote at - Reply

    Very Useful

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    RefueGizzle at - Reply

    thanks i bin lookin for this for ages..

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    djhaiezone at - Reply

    can you do this on the mpc 2000xl?

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    DoctorSess at - Reply

    ay i need help with something…how do you assign a sample to all the pads at once and then you can play each pad in succession and it will play through the different parts of the sample? i cant remember what its called…i know you can do it. you hit each pad 1 to 12 and it will play through the different parts of the sample like its already chopped…anyone that can help its much appreciated

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    JAtk2381 at - Reply

    Also, how is the best way to load chopped up samples from my PC to the MPC w/o having to use the CF cards? or is that probably my best bet to get songs chopped up and loaded into the MPC?

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    JAtk2381 at - Reply

    Does anyone know where I can find instructions on various ways to wire up my MPC 500.. just got it, but not quite sure which way to set it up.. as is, I have to plug my monitors directly to the MPC (phone jack) to get sound.. tried running it thru my Mobile Pre but its not working for me, perhaps I have some settings wrong.. anyone?? you’re hlp would be greatly appreciated!! thanks!

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    EROKBEATZ at - Reply

    UPGRADE OS FILE TO 1.31

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    mrgalactus at - Reply

    Can you do the same on the mpc2000xl and if so how.

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    turbomoonie at - Reply

    chaning polyphony on the 500 only enables u to hit the pad multiple times while the sample stops and starts so it doesnt sound all jumbled up. mute groups allow u to play samples on different pads so that the previous pad cuts off when u play the next one… (cant explain too well…long ass day lol) polyphony changes only work in my experience in DAW’s such as FL studio and Reason

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    nuttybeatz at - Reply

    Great tutorial video homie! Stay up fam! peace!

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    Bryan Montero at - Reply

    You guys should put the dvd for instant downoad. i would like to buy it but i don’t want to wait the shipping.

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    Ancaja123 at - Reply

    I’ve had my 500 for almost a year, taught myself how to do almost everything I need to do on it. Me and MPC have a love hate relationship. I love the hardware, and most aspects of the OS(however primative), but I fucking HATE how much this thing crashes or just fucks up. Almost guaranteed to happen every time. I’ll have a sequence made with like 10 tracks and a program loaded up with samples and it fucking crashes when I try to save. I want a MPC1000 now but Im afraid it will do the same

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    Jihad Baracus at - Reply

    Jerry Bulter

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    blakjokah at - Reply

    all you gotta do is just change the polyphony does the same thing

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    zxain at - Reply

    Very nice, thanks a lot, what song did you sample?

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    Ryan Ziegler at - Reply

    thanks for posting this bruh! i always get asked this question as well….its really nice to actually have someone explain it for the 500!!!! Keep these videos comin! thanks a lot

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    dirtyru1984 at - Reply

    yo i need help on useing my mpc500 i just got it and i cant figure it out someone help me out and do a starters video or something

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    liveguy at - Reply

    yo…this aint workin’ for me, fam.

    When I got to – program - mute group – hit pad – my only options are mute group “off” or “on”.

    No numbers….

    Do I need to upgrade memory to have this function?

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    dfuzz1114 at - Reply

    no only manually

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