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MPC 1000 Tutorial – How to Chop Drum Samples using JJOS1 with Ausker! Link to free version of JJOS: http://www7a.biglobe.ne.jp/~mpc1000/ Video Rating: 4 / 5
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nice video dude, basically i got the sampling and chopping down but i’m confused, cos when i wanna record a break i dunno how to get the tempo of the sample in time with the set tempo of the sequence, do i have to do it by ear or is there a simpler way of synchronizing them?
tap tempo along with it
yo whens the album out? That Lo-fi ishes where it’s at.
where do you get jjos 1?
Nobody shows you how you put them drum Samples in the MPC before you chop them.. How did you get the drum sample in the MPC
Very helpful I just bought a mpc 2500 and i’m still getting to grips with it
i dont know if you have worked this out or not but theres two ways to do it. Pitch shift the sample til it fits the desired tempo or tam tempo in the tempo of your break and change the tempo of your sequence.
you sample them!
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