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Average rating: 4.7 out of 5
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tony a part-time user from United States writes:

Rating: 0 out of 5 posted Tuesday-Oct-05-2004 at 13:08
stressed a professional user from North Carolin writes:
this is for 4243*J about the problem you're having. I thought it was just me, but I have the same problem when dumping into Protools. I got so use to it that I just correct the timing in Protools. May be a glitch or something. Still wouldn't trade the 3000 for anything.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Friday-Jul-23-2004 at 14:07
Revolution a professional user from Los Angeles writes:
The bomb drop. Dont get it twisted. They dont make machines like this anymore.

The ads on this bitch is banging, side by side with my 2KXL the 3K slaps it around - the sound is so gatamn crunchy, theres a reason Dre still rocks the 3Ks for his drums, sequencing and percussion.

The only gripe I have with it is compare to newer machines, is that you can't automate the filter section or the effects, but if you now how to dig in this machine you can simulate this feature by setting the res and cutoff to the 16 levels parameter and get some really deep sounds. Submarine diving funk.

The only machine I got that really sounds like a drummer with the right samples. Then again I dont have a sp1200 yet.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Saturday-Jul-17-2004 at 12:14
Dont waste your hard earned dough on this , get the mv-8000 I just got rid of my mpc 3000 le , I was so skepitical about the mv-8000 at first but I spent 2 months comparing the machines side by side & since os 2 on the mv came out , I let the mpc go. the sound of the mv is warmer & the groove is as tight or as loose as you want it. I felt the groove on the mpc 3k but the mv is funkier by far & the sound is awesome

Rating: 1 out of 5 posted Saturday-Jul-17-2004 at 08:15
JR a professional user from U.K writes:
If you want people to be snapping their necks to your beats, DONT YOU THERE PURCHASE a 2000. The 2000 is riggid in sound and more suitable for HOUSE or POP production. Ive been using a MPC 60 and a 3000 and Nothing comes close to the ROGER LINN creation.

I wandered if any 3000 user can help me:

When I sequence on a MPC and record the drums back into Logic Audio to add FX and mixdown the track, the first hit eg: (Kik drum) is not bang on the first bar, rather its off. I know that its due to latency between the Audio and MIDI (iVE GOT HIGH END EQUIPMENT). IS THERE ANY ONE THAT COULD GIVE ME ADVICE OR QUICK TIPS ON HOW TO MAKE THE DRUMS SIT IN LOGIC AS FROM THE MPC.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Friday-Jul-16-2004 at 09:02
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