Synth Site: Akai: MPC2000XL: User reviews Add review
Average rating: 4.6 out of 5
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ilan a part-time user from USA writes:
I got the MPC2000XL a week ago and am totally in love with it. This is the drum machine I was dreaming about. If it gets better than this then I am not ready for it.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Saturday-May-12-2001 at 05:18
todd worsnip a hobbyist user from london uk writes:
Ive recently just bought the 2kxl after using the 2k , ive never had a problem with either. For everyone complaining about the sample functions and how this cannot be used as a standalone box let me put it simple you mans. This is the ultimate stand alone machine for real grimy hip hop beats . People like dj premier , the beatnuts and dj hi tek use the mpc as a stand alone! agree tha if you want to make rnb , pop or techno tunes then yes , you need a good rackmount or a decent sound module along with a controller keyboard. but if you have a nuff crates of records at your yard, and a good imagination then you can make classics on this alone. P.S. any uk producers wanna link to work on soem tunes let me know One!

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Monday-Apr-23-2001 at 12:37
Demond Wells a professional user from USA (N.C.) writes:
I have a 2000xl it's great! Akia needs to come out with an MPC that has on-board sounds,filters like the ASR-10& other samplers they made & a option to simulate classic Drum Machines such as SP-1200, TR-808 & Linn Drums etc. That would be the Ultimate Machine. More Efx & Ram Also.

Rating: 4 out of 5 posted Tuesday-Mar-13-2001 at 22:12
Ronnie a professional user from Holland writes:
The MPC 2000 XL is the shit. I was a user of the 3000 and love it. But the 2000XL is most certainly a step in evolution. Buy one today.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Monday-Feb-26-2001 at 13:12
Mike a professional user from Great Britain writes:
The Mpc2kxl was the first bit of kit I owned and it scared the hell out of me at first with it's intimidating appearance. once I had spent a few hours working on it the MPC suddenly jumped to life and became a powerful and user frindly piece of kit. HINT- For a fat kick sound put the filter to 0 and the resonance to 15 on a bass drum and you should get some nice results.Totally worth the money!

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Tuesday-Feb-06-2001 at 08:45
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