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    Im just wondering if anyone knows what type of equipment (hardware & software) these producers use to make there music

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    dre uses the mpc3000 for his main sequencing piece.
    timbaland uses the triton
    neptunes.....dont know......but i seen their studio

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    The Neptunes also use a Triton....don't know about anything else though...

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    Timbaland actually uses an ASR-10, MPC-3000, and a triton

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    An ASR-10! Sick. Do Ensoniq make any more stuff these days?
    Some equipment just stands the test of time, like Fatboy Slim and his Akai S-900.

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    Neptunes

    The Neptunes use a roland vs 1880 for mixdown and vocals and etc, it's a nice mobile piece you can take it everywhere you go.

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    Don't go by whats been posted in here so far. All 3 of these producers use a wide range of gear. Yes, they all have MPC 3000's, yes they all have triton's and yes they all use a lot more equipment than that. Dre especially. He uses a lot of vintage gear and live instruments.

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    chill out kid....but i know dre uses the mpc3000 and the sp1200....cause he said that in Recording magazine some time back yo.....

    but i could careless...i'm still tryin to work my joints

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    Game CEO it's not that serious yo.

    Dre also uses a Roland W-30 a lot. At least he used to.

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    *shakes head*

    I should know better than to come to sites like this. I'll give it a chance but I sure hope people know how to listen. Especially when a real professional is the one posting.

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