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How do u go from sampling ur guitar to playing it so quick ?,:I agree bro please a tutorial thanks though
Dope shit homie. I’m actually thinking about buying me a mpc. I want to find a way to make my live sets dope as hell. I don’t have a DJ and I don’t play guitar as well as you (yet) but this is dope yeh. Check my tunes out if you’d like
Nice work man..can u guide us a bit wit some steps? How exactly did u do this?
Damn good young man…
thank you kind Sir!
thanks man, thanks for watching!
i wont : ) thanks man
I really love to see other people use the mpc1000 for whats it capable of ! great job dont ever stop.
Jeez dude, where the hell you been lol. I remember listening to your stuff 5 years ago when you were mucking around with the MicroKorg and I was loving it back then then this vid suddenly flashed up in my email. So chuffed to see you’re still playing.
thanks man, Im glad you got to see the vid, I will always be making music no doubt : )
By the way did you utter “Yes” right at the end cos you were worried you had forgotten to press record lol?
exactly and sometime it stops recording so as long as the red light is on, its all good
i wish i had that gear and more important TALENT…
keep going mate, good stuff
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Another ill beat Rawwww
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whats the beat at the end of the vid its dope ass...
nicee beat dude fa real
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