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    Need Help Bad...

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    Ok, I've been saving money and now it's time to spend it. I would like to know is this a good Home Studio setup...

    Korg Triton 76 Key Workstation ($1249)
    Roland XV-5050 ($795)
    E-Mu Mo'Phatt Keys MK-6
    Mackie DFX-12 Mixer ($239)
    Numark TT1600 Turntable ($99.95)
    AKG K-44 Headphones
    Cubase SE ($99.99)
    MPC2000XL with Internal Zip Drive ($1699)
    Delta 44 Digital Recording System ($149)
    M-Audio StudioPro 4 Active Monitors ($149)
    Kenwood HIFI Component System
    TASCAM Blem 2488 Digital Recording Workstation ($1079.10)

    I need help with all of that...should I change anything or what..I need feedback and opinions...

    What I need to know is which mic should I get and which computer...

    I have a MXL 990 and personally it sucks...and so does Behringer products...

    I just need some help on this..what do some of y'all suggest...
    Last edited by Jae Smallz; 12-26-2004 at 02:17 AM.
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    i kno u made dis 6 months ago but i suggest, u ditch the mo phatt mk-6 and get the mo phatt rack because the triton can be a controller, everything else is straight. Also,, cop a motif es.
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    1700.00 is kinda steep for a mpc2000xl. i bought mine for around 800 but has no zipdrive.. im still waiting on a zip drive there not much. but still thats half the price and i bought a mint condition one off ebay. just keep looking for a good condition one.
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    dis is so funny cuz the list is no where near that anymore, he updates me everyday and its lookin good
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    Originally posted by KhanDST
    dis is so funny cuz the list is no where near that anymore, he updates me everyday and its lookin good
    lmfao
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    his prices are way off too on these hardware devices. the MPc 2000xl is like 1299.99 brand new last time i checked but that was like 2 years ago.. i dont care anymore i got one end of story and love it.
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    yeah he is soon to a baller compare to alot of beatmakers (besides me that is haha)dude got hison str8 when it comes to equip tho
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    LMAO,,, i jus wuz bored so i thought it would b funny if i replyed to old forums lol.

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    Originally posted by qbsfinest
    LMAO,,, i jus wuz bored so i thought it would b funny if i replyed to old forums lol.
    you good at dat!!!

    LMAO

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    Dang, this list is WAY off. And nah the MPC2000XL is $1699. But it's the MPC2000XL-MCD.But this is a little funny. Everything on that list was ditched but the MPC2000XL. Wow...I've came along way.

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