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  • June 22, 2017 19:20
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  • June 22, 2017 13:49
    Nick D
    Changed title of NEW LOST FRUSTRATED JUST WANT TO WRIITE BEATS AND MUSIC by jason Thompson to Getting Started with MPD218.
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  • June 22, 2017 03:43
    Isshman Garcia
    Changed reply in topic of I NEED A TUTORIAL FOR MPC ESSENTIALS by Isshman Garcia to MC Essentials is ONLY 1 track PER sequence! <br /> It is basically \ supposed to give you a taste of the full software, and letting you open it (mpc \ essentials software) as a vst in another DAW as many times as you want-THATS WHAT ITS MADE FOR! <br /> So you could ,let's say: <br /> make a full drum loop with kick, snare, hats..etc in sequence 1, then select a different sequence \ - and do your Hybrid 3 part. You will only be a able to hear one of the sequences at a time. So in this example if you were in seq 1-you'd only hear drums, if in Seq 2- you'd only hear Hybrid. You could then export the files and load into a DAW for deeper mixing...OR (If running as a vst in another DAW) You could then open an audio track in any DAW , SET BPM TO MATCH MPCs , press record, press play on the mpc software and record what you programmed into the DAW . For the drums, IF you want them recorded into the DAW separate- just go to program mixer(in MPC Essentials) and solo the drums one by one before recording in into DAW . Hope this helps. P.S - Depending on your needs-you might want to invest in the full program. Ive been where youre at and I made the jump. I found a new/used MPC Renaissance on ebay for $300. It's soo worth it!.
  • June 22, 2017 02:11
    Jahmal Jahbeats Leach
    Changed reply in topic of MPC studio authorization by Jahmal Jahbeats Leach to You should be able to do that without a problem. You can use the same authorization code 3 times. I have it installed on my laptop and my desktop..
  • June 22, 2017 02:11
    Jahmal Jahbeats Leach
    Changed reply in topic of MPC studio authorization by Jahmal Jahbeats Leach to You should be able to do that without a problem. You can use the same authorization code 3 times. I have it installed on my laptop and my desktoo..
  • June 21, 2017 20:54
    Nick D Dispute this change
  • June 21, 2017 16:14
    Nick D Dispute this change
  • June 21, 2017 16:12
    Nick D
    Reason: This is a great conversation that's separate from the main one, so I created a new conversation to continue the discussion.
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  • June 21, 2017 12:21
    Niels Rosendahl, the poster:
    Reason: removed by the poster
  • June 20, 2017 20:43
    Nick D Dispute this change
  • June 20, 2017 20:42
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  • June 20, 2017 20:28
    Ill Perception
    Changed reply in topic of Having trouble assigning my Akai pro mpk49 to Cubase, need a helping hand! by Ill Perception to Hey Joel,<br /><br />try the following solution from the MPK FAQ which can found at <a href="http://www.akaipro.com/product/mpk49" rel="nofollow">http://www.akaipro.com/product/mpk49</a>.<br /><br />1. Press the PRESET button on the MPD or MPK.<br />2. Rotate the Value Knob (located just to the right of the display on the MPK, and just underneath the display on the MPD) until the display reads GM Drums (Preset 15).<br />3. Press the Value Knob down (like a button) to confirm your preset selection.<br />4. Press the EDIT button.<br />5. Press the PLAY button.<br />6. Press the Value Knob down (like a button) to access edit mode for the transport controls.<br />7. Rotate the Value Knob until the display reads MMC/MIDI.<br />8. Press the Value Knob down (like a button) to confirm your preset selection.<br />9. Press the GLOBAL button.<br />10. Repeatedly press the &gt; button until the display reads MIDI CLK.<br />11. Rotate the Value Knob until the display reads EXTERNAL.<br />12. Check to see that the TAP TEMPO light on the MPD or MPK is not blinking. This indicates that the controller is correctly set to receive external sync.<br />13. Repeatedly press the &gt; button until the display reads Globals SAVE SETUP<br />14. Press the Value Knob down (like a button) to save your settings. Once they are saved, the display should return to the first page of the GLOBAL menu, and the display should read KillMIDI.<br />15. Press the PRESET button to exit the GLOBAL menu.<br /><br />Hope this helps!<br /><br />Peace.
  • June 20, 2017 20:26
    Ill Perception
    Changed reply in topic of Having trouble assigning my Akai pro mpk49 to Cubase, need a helping hand! by Ill Perception to Hey Joel,<br /><br />try the following solution from the MPK FAQ which can found at <a href="http://www.akaipro.com/product/mpk49" rel="nofollow">http://www.akaipro.com/product/mpk49</a>.<br /> <br />1. Press the PRESET button on the MPD or MPK.<br />2. Rotate the Value Knob (located just to the right of the display on the MPK, and just<br /><br />underneath the display on the MPD) until the display reads GM Drums (Preset 15). <br />3. Press the Value Knob down (like a button) to confirm your preset selection. <br />4. Press the EDIT button. <br />5. Press the PLAY button. <br />6. Press the Value Knob down (like a button) to access edit mode for the transport controls. <br />7. Rotate the Value Knob until the display reads MMC/MIDI. <br />8. Press the Value Knob down (like a button) to confirm your preset selection. <br />9. Press the GLOBAL button. <br />10. Repeatedly press the &gt; button until the display reads MIDI CLK. <br />11. Rotate the Value Knob until the display reads EXTERNAL. <br />12. Check to see that the TAP TEMPO light on the MPD or MPK is not blinking. This<br /><br />indicates that the controller is correctly set to receive external sync.<br />13. Repeatedly press the &gt; button until the display reads Globals SAVE SETUP <br />14. Press the Value Knob down (like a button) to save your settings. Once they are saved, the display should return to the first page of the GLOBAL menu, and the display should read KillMIDI. <br />15. Press the PRESET button to exit the GLOBAL menu.<br /><br />Hope this helps!<br /><br />Peace.
  • June 20, 2017 20:23
    Ill Perception
    Changed reply in topic of Having trouble assigning my Akai pro mpk49 to Cubase, need a helping hand! by Ill Perception to Hey Joel,<br /> <br />try the following solution from the MPK FAQ which can found at <a href="http://www.akaipro.com/product/mpk49" rel="nofollow">http://www.akaipro.com/product/mpk49</a>. <br /><br />1. Press the PRESET button on the MPD or MPK.<br /> <br />2. Rotate the Value Knob (located just to the right of the display on the MPK, and just<br /> <br />underneath the display on the MPD) until the display reads GM Drums (Preset 15).<br /> <br />3. Press the Value Knob down (like a button) to confirm your preset selection.<br /> <br />4. Press the EDIT button.<br /> <br />5. Press the PLAY button.<br /> <br />6. Press the Value Knob down (like a button) to access edit mode for the transport controls.<br /> <br />7. Rotate the Value Knob until the display reads MMC/MIDI.<br /> <br />8. Press the Value Knob down (like a button) to confirm your preset selection.<br /> <br />9. Press the GLOBAL button.<br /> <br />10. Repeatedly press the &gt; button until the display reads MIDI CLK.<br /> <br />11. Rotate the Value Knob until the display reads EXTERNAL.<br /> <br />12. Check to see that the TAP TEMPO light on the MPD or MPK is not blinking. This<br /> <br />indicates that the controller is correctly set to receive external sync.<br /> <br />13. Repeatedly press the &gt; button until the display reads Globals SAVE SETUP<br /> <br />14. Press the Value Knob down (like a button) to save your settings. Once they are saved,<br /> <br />the display should return to the first page of the GLOBAL menu, and the display should<br /> <br />read KillMIDI. <br />15. Press the PRESET button to exit the GLOBAL menu.<br /> <br />Hope this helps!<br /> <br />Peace.
  • June 20, 2017 20:22
    Ill Perception
    Changed reply in topic of Having trouble assigning my Akai pro mpk49 to Cubase, need a helping hand! by Ill Perception to Hey Joel, <br /><br /> try the following solution from the MPK FAQ which can found at <a href="http://www.akaipro.com/product/mpk49" rel="nofollow">http://www.akaipro.com/product/mpk49</a>. <br /><br /> 1. Press the PRESET button on the MPD or MPK. <br /> 2. Rotate the Value Knob (located just to the right of the display on the MPK, and just <br /> underneath the display on the MPD) until the display reads GM Drums (Preset 15). <br /> 3. Press the Value Knob down (like a button) to confirm your preset selection. <br /> 4. Press the EDIT button. <br /> 5. Press the PLAY button. <br /> 6. Press the Value Knob down (like a button) to access edit mode for the transport controls. <br /> 7. Rotate the Value Knob until the display reads MMC/MIDI. <br /> 8. Press the Value Knob down (like a button) to confirm your preset selection. <br /> 9. Press the GLOBAL button. <br /> 10. Repeatedly press the &gt; button until the display reads MIDI CLK. <br /> 11. Rotate the Value Knob until the display reads EXTERNAL. <br /> 12. Check to see that the TAP TEMPO light on the MPD or MPK is not blinking. This <br /> indicates that the controller is correctly set to receive external sync. <br /> 13. Repeatedly press the &gt; button until the display reads Globals SAVE SETUP <br /> 14. Press the Value Knob down (like a button) to save your settings. Once they are saved, <br /> the display should return to the first page of the GLOBAL menu, and the display should <br /> read KillMIDI. <br /> 15. Press the PRESET button to exit the GLOBAL menu. <br /><br /> Hope this helps! <br /><br /> Peace.
  • June 20, 2017 19:34
    Joel Aronsson, the poster:
    Reason: removed by the poster
  • June 20, 2017 19:10
    GP, the poster:
    Reason: removed by the poster
  • June 20, 2017 18:46
    GP, the poster:
    Reason: removed by the poster
  • June 20, 2017 17:46
    Daz Mowbray, the poster:
    Reason: User-initiated delete from community
  • June 20, 2017 17:13
    SSM LOCUST-215, the poster:
    Reason: removed by the poster
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