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Average rating: 4.6 out of 5
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Magic a professional user from Austin Texas USA writes:
I Love My MPC4000!!! I have owned every MPC ever made and this one (MPC4000) is absolutely Incredible!!! It does have a bit of a learning curve, but once you get it, it's off the chain.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Tuesday-Feb-10-2004 at 16:18
Brian a part-time user from USA writes:
Powerful machine easily upgradeable.This is my first MPC so I have to learn from scratch got videos on it just such a wonderful piece and have not met any problems yet

posted Sunday-Jan-25-2004 at 20:15
Dj Numbawun a professional user from USA writes:
Help. . .Man I bought the MPC 4000, on new years eve 2003! I banged out about 25 hot tracks! Then I F*:cked up and loaded 1.50! The 16 pad works cool, the I started getting into polyphony issues! I'm so pissed off that I didn't do more research about the os! Don't get me wrong I still love thing. . .but. . .how do get 1.5 off and go back to what I had with 1.45? thx!

Rating: 3 out of 5 posted Sunday-Jan-18-2004 at 20:19
user from USA writes:
The MPC 4000 is still the greatest sequencer sampler package out there regardless the Roland MV is inferior to the MPC go ahead take a step backwards with an Roland MV sampler your poor little brain will pay for it.

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Friday-Dec-26-2003 at 04:18
LabWorkz from USA-TEXAS writes:
I've used the MPC 2000, 2000 XL and the MPC 4000. The MPC 4000 has all the features you would ever want in a MPC. Have ya'll seen the New Roland MV-8000? I haven't used the MV-8000 yet so I don't know if it's as good as the MPC 4000. They also have an New color MPC 4000 that will be hittin stores in Jan. 2004. I hope they fixed the OS and added a CD-ROM and CD Burner on that MPC 4000. If you feel limited by any of your MPC's then knock off the MPC 4000 it will answer all of your ?'s fo' reel. In my opinion the MPC 4000 is well worth the money and the only peeps that dawg it probably can't afford it or there scared that it will take a while to master the beast. The MPC 2000 XL doesn't take long to learn at all but the MPC 4000 on the other hand Wooo! So if you have the paper and don't like alot of unneccessary equipment in your studio that you don't use on a regular basis or don't like to buy different pieces of equipment every 6 months to a year then the MPC 4000 with a PC and a keyboard with a Software Program would be a great setup!

Rating: 5 out of 5 posted Saturday-Dec-06-2003 at 01:46
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