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    Question Virtual MPC (Sampler)????

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    Does anyone know if there is a program that will allow you to use your keyboard to manipulate samples as a drum pad. Example: R key, E key and F key being highs and Y key, U key and I key being sample cuts??? I have an MPC but can't always carry it around with my laptop. Hit me back... Thanks.....

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    Just about any software sampler does that.

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    Any specific Software. I know there are a lot

    Im looking for one that is good. Maybe that someone with some skills would recommend. Let me know....

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    Oh wait ... I think I misundstood you ... you mean on the computer keyboard?

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    Native instruments battery. Very nice soft sampler. It can be used as a vst instrument, a direct x instrument, or even standalone. I don't believe it has sequencing built-in though.

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    Yeah computer keyboard

    yeah I want to use my computer keyboard as a sampler.

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    Originally posted by sleepy
    Native instruments battery. Very nice soft sampler. It can be used as a vst instrument, a direct x instrument, or even standalone. I don't believe it has sequencing built-in though.




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    Grab any old software sampler and one of the many "virtual midi keyboards" around, most of them allow you to use your computer keyboard control it.

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