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    You can pick only one! (Drum Machine Shopping)

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    If you could pick any Drum machine/sampler from over the years what would you pick?

    Im curious to see what everyone says! (I need to buy a Machine)

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    Emu sp1200

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    That's hard. I think I would have to say a Mpc 5k since we are talking hardware and it has both a synth inside and its a solid sampler.
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    i see! i Really want an Oberheim DMX but im too realistic so I understand that i can't use one in every single recording down the road... and every mix would sound like 1982...

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    That's hard. I think I would have to say a Mpc 5k since we are talking hardware and it has both a synth inside and its a solid sampler.
    Im leaning towards AKAI but I might wait with the new systems that are coming out!

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    MPC 2000, MPC 60 or SP 1200. No idea what to choose.
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    Maschine. Unlike the hardware, you can expand till your hearts content and have a better interface to work with. I have used them all but with the software and ability to do everything quick, the maschine wins hands down.
    Ok, so we have two ways outta here, there is hole "A" or "B" what way you heading? Me? I'm taking the A hole.

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