the MPC plays two patterns, you can hear the original in the beginning, one is the breakbeat the other is the percussion loop. the sound is being fed into the Machinedrum UW and all the variations you hear are done with two RAM machines in the Machinedrum UW, no other sounds or gadgets are being used.
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big up homey
@harrymerchant456 replying to my self. I was wrong. The Akai is not sending
a midi clock to the machinedrum. But regardless I know that both have
excellent, very stable midi clocks.
What are you using the MPC for after the initial playing of the two
patterns? Confused by this awesome mashup!
wow… teach us! exactly at 0:20 – nice.
Very Good. totally interesting to hear the tight sync clock between these
2. I know both send out excellent mid clock. This is so much better than
loads of videos where the sync can clearly be heard slightly off between
various machines. ALWAYS pay attention to how well a piece of gears midi
clock is integrated. Of course all DAW midi clocks are diabolical (without
exception) Im talking about hardware here
Fuck me….I really need a Machine Drum to go with my MPC 2500 lol Great
stuff dude! 😀
can you tell me what are you doing on the mpc ? just pitching the loops?
this is awesome! do you just record into the ram machines in the beginning
or do you keep recording different variations into the RAM in the different
I came for the 4000…