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    MPC4000 or MV8000?

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    Dunno which one to choose :/

    help

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    Wow, that's the first time anyone ever asked that question!

    Which one you choose depends on 2 things:

    1. How you like to work, and what features you need/like/prefer.
    2. An understanding based upon personal knowledge. This means that you will have to actually research this equipment and get to a point where you understand the various differences, pros/cons, etc.

    In other words ... it's a matter of personal opinion.

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    That MV is a monster!

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    I would get the mv.
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    you are looking to start a war asking a question like that
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    There's already a couple of threads that deal with this. Try a search and you'll find more than you'll want on the topic.

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    get a drum set and sound proof a room. then get a warwick and an swr pre along with a rhodes and an acoustic guitar. then get a comp and a decent audio interface plus some good mics.

    or put a bling-bling hat on and hit some pads on a beat box.

    peace, i;m out. ok, i;m out.

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