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Go grab your samplers and get ready for more action packed beat making from Wu-Tang/Sunz of Man producer Supreme! Supreme The Beat Maker. DVD’S offers aspiring producers the fastest route to immediately start making professional quality Hip-Hop beats and instrumentals using the Akai MPC sampler/sequencer. Known for his comedic and entertaining style, producer Supreme delivers a series of instructional music production DVD’s. As one of the founding members and primary producers responsible for the seminal work of Wu-Tang affiliate Sunz of Man, Supreme played a key role in the group’s identity and sound while contributing memorable tracks such as the single “No Love Without Hate”, “Natural High” and “Israeli News” on their debut release The Last Shall Be First. Being an industry insider for over 20 years, Supreme is able to tap into priceless wisdom gained from his vast experience in music production and knowledge of film direction, cinematography, and editing. Inside you’ll find over 2 hours of exclusive, in-depth footage detailing the exact same techniques used by today’s leading professional Hip-Hop producers. Covered topics include: Sampling, sound editing, drum chopping & looping, program editing, beat composition, sequencing, song creation, and sample manipulation.
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Visit www.prostudiogear.info for links to sites with the hottest deals on studio equipment Another video added to the in da lab vault. Subscribe,comment & rate the vids please. Thanks for watching. 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

2019-04-12T15:07:59+00:00 Akai MPC 2500|49 Comments


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    indosk8er at - Reply

    Hi, im gokhoe im 14 years old and trying to get my name out there as a producer
    please check me out on soundcloud at


    you follow me, ill follow back(:

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    supreme7g at - Reply

    that sample comes from right here on youtube.
    it at the begining of one of mahalia jacksons songs
    on youtube.

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    KMorecordz at - Reply

    Man. Can you give me a tipp where i can finde the big church Sample? Or is this sample in the sample dvd you sale for 20 bugs? If so, let me know witch dvd it is, i will buy it.

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    BigPooch1970 at - Reply

    Glad he addressed “sample snitchin'” Thats a serious problem with todays beat makers. I’ve been making beats since 1987 and will never reveal a sample. Keep it HIP-HOP!!!

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    hiphopsamplez at - Reply

    Thank you so much!!!! #UN# is amazing!!

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    supreme7g at - Reply

    its never to old to rap.
    im in my 40s
    i cant listen to wayne ,mills, S boy they good .
    but they they not rapping for me.
    cool g rap ,buck shot, krs, chuck d they make new records all the time.
    and they make songs for my age group.

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    UrbanTimes at - Reply

    Yo what’s to old to start rapping

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    supreme7g at - Reply

    korg kpr 77 did not have a 808 drum or any sound that sound like anything from roland.
    i owned the drum machine.
    NYC been using 808’s in hip hop from day one.
    even before rap records was made.
    Vandy C “V the viper”
    Fresh Gordon- Gordy’s Groove
    Roland CR-68 CompuRhythm Produced in 1978 we been used in the parks back then
    and we didnt call it hip hop .
    it was a JAM in the park.

    yo they JAMMING in the Park.
    and they Brought out the beat box.

    yes a box that made beats.

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    Lamont2086 at - Reply

    LL Cool used a KPR 77 not a 808, Marly mal started the 808 kick abnd mantronix took it to another level…history son

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    azz9098 at - Reply

    M P C .

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    UrbanTimes at - Reply

    Yo supreme I got a mpd32 will the dvds help me?

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    xXxSLITyourWRISTxXx at - Reply

    Ur da fuckin man!!!

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    kapp241 at - Reply

    Ol Dirty would have ate that church beat up!!

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    supreme7g at - Reply

    inspired people will always try new things.

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    bartjuhh12 at - Reply

    yo I like your video’s, you remind people to have fun.  but dont you think it might be good to inspire people to try completely new things?

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    skiesgray at - Reply

    “Sample snitches get stitches!”  Haha! Word up!

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    arcadeMUZIK1 at - Reply

    its still giving up names bro…ur not gonna tell them go find it yourself…the point im tryna make is if u have confidence in yo music…you should not mind if another producer drops the sample name…they not gon flip the beat exactly how you flip it…just my 2cents…#nodisrespect

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    supreme7g at - Reply

    thats not sample snitching thats business and has to be done.

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    arcadeMUZIK1 at - Reply

    i like yo music and you got a point but if a famous rapper wants to use your beat….and it becomes a single and the rapper wants to put it on the album and he gotta clear the sample so you both dont get sued…you got 2 give up the name of the sample to get it cleared…wouldnt that be snitching bro ????

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    Mr2ndpower at - Reply

    supreme you dope!

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    DCgreenery at - Reply

    “Sample Snitches”
    haha.. you speakin the truth

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    gadz1 at - Reply

    they dug and found the sample, its how u us it, who cares if they tell everybody

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    DJOnesNzeroS at - Reply

    Love your vid bro, stay real…

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    DJOnesNzeroS at - Reply

    Right on! Su-Preme! School’em

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    nabecwright at - Reply

    what drum kit are u using on this vidio?

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    osomy at - Reply

    great tune, well done .

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    Mcpblackheart at - Reply

    the mpc1000 costs around there the one he and i use is a little more….but you can get them for cheaper on craigs list or ebay used

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    WackoBeats at - Reply

    pls send me the drum kit

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    planetgoons at - Reply

    Ima beginner that shit was nice!

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    TheAlmightyGeo at - Reply

    hot shit. How did you get your 2500 to read the keystation pro 88. Thanks

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    Mccritical80 at - Reply

    absoloutley hated it…sorry

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    justinlecktschimmel at - Reply

    can you tell me what the big differenc is between the 1000 an the 2500

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    mvjyothishbabu at - Reply

    Not worth wasting 8 minutes. You are creating music – not composing. Do these gadgets spoil our musical sense?

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    mvjyothishbabu at - Reply

    Not worth wasting 8 minutes. You are creating music – not composing. Do these gadgets spoil our musical sense?

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    truePryde at - Reply

    sick shit man i mean a beat for this flow 2 verses 30 seconds long and the song needs to me 3 mins. long hit me up at ace1994pho-yahoo

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    123Bastardo at - Reply

    can you tell me how you hooked it up? I ve got a mpc2500 , keyboard , reason , audio interface and some midi usb cables.

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    Nickchick1990 at - Reply

    yeah im high 😀

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    Southwestpro at - Reply

    Can’t front on dope shit bruh keep it up

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    havenochannelname at - Reply

    i wish i had a setup like yours man i just have a demo version of fl studio 9 and a midi keyboard yet i have some decent beats wish i had your equipment though itd make things allott better

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    gibsonlover123 at - Reply

    thts cause it is…this beat is only two chords with some simple stuff added on and a basic drum beat

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    2strickkt23 at - Reply

    This is definately the one I’d love to get my hands on but Im telling you you wouldnt be disappointed with my lyrics.. Im only 18 Lol !!!

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    KevinRussell1994 at - Reply

    it looooks soo easy … probz

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    johnwalker214 at - Reply

    yo this shit is crack!!!! kid..im a fan…

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    blazerlight9 at - Reply

    You suck buddy

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    jedy357 at - Reply

    Hey, man, I love you work and this instrumental is soooooo good! Is here any chance, that I can get this song from anywhere? I could listen to this all the time! <3

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    slokaka at - Reply

    great beat love it i think many beats on youtub are great

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    ShonTolliverMusic at - Reply

    kinda sounds like “Reunion” by Slum Village. Esp. the baseline, use of that sinuous sound in the higher octave, and it uses the same chords


    judge for yourself

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    Maalevolent at - Reply

    yeah men, i fill the music

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