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    MPC 1000...Can I base my whole studio around it?

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    I'm about to sell my MPC 2000 for the 1000. I heard the chopping was way better plus I need to be mobile ( the life of a gospel hood celeb...jk). Any strong facts to help my desicion before I get my hustle on?

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    yes u can!!!

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    yes you can! but you would HAVE to buy the $30 JJ OS. the new OS will give you total MIDI control with MMC, MIDI clock, etc. Along with better chopping/editing options, autochromatic tuning for a keyboard thats midi'd up to it, just a whole bunch of better features. the trim/chop functions with jj OS are so much better than the other mpcs. pm me if you have questions.

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    What's a JJ OS?

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    third party operating system for mpc 1k and 2500. look one line up in your fp page!

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    YES. Listen to my schit.
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    you can, for the price and funtions you cant beat a 1000. I like the MPC pad 187 software. Not the best, but for a free software it sure makes making pgm from my mac easy

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    ditto on JJ's OS for mpc 1000.
    I put an old laptop HD in mine and its great.
    You can just save the entire memory at the end of each session.
    I record ALL my midi onto MPC, then use mmc clock to start the mpc each time i record a seperate track (or several tracks sometimes). Simple no BS workflow. love it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ease718
    ditto on JJ's OS for mpc 1000.
    I put an old laptop HD in mine and its great.
    You can just save the entire memory at the end of each session.
    I record ALL my midi onto MPC, then use mmc clock to start the mpc each time i record a seperate track (or several tracks sometimes). Simple no BS workflow. love it.
    Two questions. Where would I find this jj os and what is a laptop HD?
    Oh yeah, I appreciate the help fellas. I'm trying to change the world.

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    yes go right ahead the mpc 1000 is a good decision...its affordable and has all the most neccessary features that any mpc has...upgrade the jj os tho and youll be all set to start with a studio
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