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"Freddie fooling around on his customize MPD 32 more
"Freddie fooling around on his customize MPD 32
Freddie just fooling around with his Maschine MK2 also with Ableton Live 9 more
Freddie just fooling around with his Maschine MK2 also with Ableton Live 9
At 0:29 you can see Freddie making a beat with the M-Audio Trigger Finger MID... more
At 0:29 you can see Freddie making a beat with the M-Audio Trigger Finger MIDI Controller
FJ: In terms of time efficiency, I feel software is better. Well, faster anyw... more
FJ: In terms of time efficiency, I feel software is better. Well, faster anyway. Analog instruments definitely have characteristic sounds, a punchiness, and a warmness, which I feel software is very difficult in duplicating. I used to own a few samplers, mainly an MPC 2000xl, but never really utilized it because I found recording and editing on it was too slow for me. Sometimes working that slow can produce a great sound. Ultimately, I learned software was the best choice for the types of music I wanted to create.
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