In this photo provided by AIAIAI, MF DOOM is performing with a pair of [TMA-2... more
In this photo provided by AIAIAI, MF DOOM is performing with a pair of TMA-2 DJ Preset headphones on. The unmistakable earcup shape is just to the right of his head in the shot.
Here the villain can be seen taking a smoke break near his MPC 60II. Several ... more
Here the villain can be seen taking a smoke break near his MPC 60II. Several classic albums have been produced with this machine acting as the nerve center in the studio.
The first picture in [this interview](http://www.clashmusic.com/feature/doom)... more
The first picture in this interview features DOOM holding a Boss SP-303 sampler.
DOOM says he used an MPC 2000XL to produce the "Beef Rap" beat off the "MM FO... more
DOOM says he used an MPC 2000XL to produce the "Beef Rap" beat off the "MM FOOD..." Album. He most likely for the whole album since he says the 2KXL was what he was using "at that time".
From Wax Poetics Issue no 31 p120 2008 **What do you use to make beats?... more
From Wax Poetics Issue no 31 p120 2008
What do you use to make beats? Are you messing with the MPC?
Well, I got a bunch of different shit. I like the [[Roland SP-]] 404.
The 404 is a nice, flexible machine.
Is that the one that Madlib uses a lot?
The 303 is what he was fucking with on the Madvillain shit. He put me up on it--the way it felt, and the way you can chop shit up and change it with the twist of a finger, without having to go too much into the parameters. You're spending more time typing on some sequencing samplers than you are actually doing music. The 303 gives that hands-on feel, and, I guess, the 404 is the big brother to that one. They updated it, put more stuff on it.... But I used the 404 and the [Akai] MPC1000 with the JJ OS in it...