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SAMPLE CHOPPING WORKFLOW ON THE AKAI MPC 5000

MPC5000 SAMPLE CHOPPING WORKFLOW TUTORIAL. MY FORMULA FOR SPEED SAMPLE EDITING AND CHOPPING ON THE MPC 5000 . These are the steps I take to easily get a samp…
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2019-04-12T12:45:44+00:00 Akai MPC 2500|25 Comments

25 Comments

  1. DjDemyze at - Reply

    Great video! I assume this technique will work with the mpc 1000 too I hope

  2. James W. Smothers Jr. at - Reply

    loves me the MPC period….
    

  3. Haktiqs at - Reply

    Whats that? if u pay attention u would see It takes samples of any type of music, fucktardd. But ur heads probably to far up ur ass huh?

  4. k'monlyte-mai fuego at - Reply

    haha u hate yourself.

  5. k'monlyte-mai fuego at - Reply

    hope the karma cuts your tong.

  6. k'monlyte-mai fuego at - Reply

    badass. love the sample tho its yours will creat my own badass sample, stanks for showin how it works .. smooth(:

  7. BAJARACER43X at - Reply

    good

  8. hector pallet at - Reply

    people like you make me hate the world%

  9. BAJARACER43X at - Reply

    does it do anything besides nigger music?

  10. Sparksson Musik at - Reply

    what is the sample?

  11. Icesis4real1 at - Reply

    Thank you

  12. 154buddah at - Reply

    do what josephcee said, fingersnap or tap yo foot and keep the rythm. if that dont work, get a metronome, they like 2 bucks each

  13. amazoniabeats at - Reply

    man you are so funny hahahahah i got yo

  14. hiphopsamplez at - Reply

    Whoa that was crazy!

  15. JosephCee at - Reply

    bro, you dont need anything to tell you the tempo/ bpm of a song. you can tell by just listening. tap ur foot, clap ur hands, snap ur fingers, anything to help you feel a song and find the beat, its very easy to tell…on most songs that is. there are rare occasions where its quite difficult to find the beat but most songs are easy to tell.

  16. Andrew Attwood at - Reply

    i personally use trial n error. you dont really need it cus u can change the bpm of the beat to match it rather than the sample. just keep changing it to see. but u can download free bpm counters off the net. i use reason 5 and record but am looking to buy an mpc. either 2500 or 5000. maybe renaissance but found a cheap mv8800. might go with that.

  17. David Pearson at - Reply

    I make music and have an MPC 5000. Tend to use Reason6 n another DAW more though. I want to get into sampling but never know how you determine a songs tempo that you are sampling- obviously it doesnt say on the CD so how do you find it? Maybe a dump question but i need to learn how. Cheers

  18. tylerwils0n at - Reply

    oh my god, that’s so fucking sick and interesting

  19. king krillie at - Reply

    he just bought it that day lol

  20. Don Mulatto at - Reply

    i want that fuckin sample what is it from?

  21. UCanCallMeX at - Reply

    can a 2kxl also change the tune and then pitch it back to the original pitch?

  22. James6428 at - Reply

    Great job on this video man, you should do a lot more. There are a lot of videos on here that just say do this or that and don’t really explain in detail the way you did. Great job!!!

  23. Michael Orden at - Reply

    does anyone know if the mpc 5000 can play/record 24 bit wav and aiff samples. i read somewhere that it can but people are saying no it impossible

  24. bringlightothedark at - Reply

    very good video! thank you for this.

  25. STILATINO at - Reply

    fenomenal saludos de SUR AMERICA PERU

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