MPC1000 inherits all of the essential MPC features such as 32-voice stereo sampling, 64-track sequencing, and 16 velocity and pressure-sensitive MPC pads, fitting all the production capability into a compact, affordable package. 16MB of on-board memory comes standard and can be expanded up to 128MB. You can save your work to a Standard Compact Flash Card (up to 2GB). A preloaded CF card with popular Akai Pro samples is included to get you going. When connected to a Mac or PC via its built-in USB port, you can simply drag and drop data between the computer and MPC1000's CF card. MPC1000 is small, rugged and incredibly portable for an easy fit into a backpack or laptop bag for the traveling producer. The MPC1000 like the 2500 and 500 can use the aftermarket JJ OS operating system, which adds functionality.
Well, I know it's nothing special at all, but I wanted to share nonetheless.:) The computer is used basically to play games as I don’t have an audio interface, the setup is DAWless. *not pictured: MPC1000, Monotribe, Meeblip Anode, Electribe ES-1, Casio PT-1, and Monotron Duo
...and D/A's would be. Maybe someone here knows the strength and weaknesses of the AD/DA of these devices My setup is MPC1000 w jjos2xl Yamaha AW16G MOTU 828 mk2 FW (standalone) Roland XV-5050 Sony PCM-d50 Optical <> Coax SPDIF convertor x 2 All of these things have got SPDIF, although the Yamaha AW16G and the MPC1000 are 16 bit recording devices. Confusingly,...
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