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MPC1000, LOGIC or PRO TOOLS? TRACKING/SEQUENCING DAW Software
Old 7th September 2011
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MPC1000, LOGIC or PRO TOOLS? TRACKING/SEQUENCING

Here is my thing...i've noticed that on pro tools it seems WAY more easier to sequence via the mpc 1000 through the midi beat clock and stuff but when it comes to the vsts Logic is the ****.

I wanna be able to sequence on my mpc and just track all my tracks into logic but it seems so complicated and I want to know why?!

I don't know but the vsts for logic are ****ing killer from what ive seen and been shown so yeah can someone help?!


I WANT TO SEQUENCE EVERYTHING ON MY MPC AND TRACK FROM THERE CASE CLOSED. THE MPC IS A GREAT MACHINE FOR SEQUENCING!

I WANT MY MPC TO CONTROL and add on synths and stuff afterwards! (via logic or pro tools!)
Old 15th September 2011
  #2
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Yeah, I found tracking out MPCs to DAWs to be too much of a hassle that kills your workflow and slows you down. You should seriously consider Maschine. It's very flexible in that it can be used in many different ways whether in standalone mode or as a plugin:



Don't be fooled by the fact that Maschine is a modular system using the computer as the software brain. The actual experience of using it feels very much like it was standalone hardware because you don't even have to look at the computer screen while using it.

NI Maschine Demo @ GC - YouTube
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