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    using my computer as a sampler????

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    I have a coo' little digital studio(dps16 track, Roland XP80,Dr202 drum machine, alesis masterlink, bunch of rack stuff, and alot more) and This is all upgraded from a tape recorder with ONE line in, a yamaha djx crap keyboard and a zoom sampler. I made some really good music (allthough poor quality) with this setup. Then aquired some money to fund my label and bought my new set up. I learned how to use the zoom sampler, which needs a calculator to sync loops, and hated how long it took. Finally got rid of it and want to buy an mpc2000.

    The only prollem is that I afford spending the money on account of the fact that I want buy several other things. and I need to fix my car. I have a good computer(1g memory 20gig harddrive) and was wondering if there is a program and a soundcard I could get for less than the mpc that would handle it's job.

    Any info and reviews/opinions will help. THANX

    ~*eMDE*~
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    Sure...

    You could use these programs together.

    Acid 3.0

    Sound Forge 5.0 or 4.5

    demo versions at

    http://www.sonicfoundry.com

    Then grab Fruity Loops Pro V3.1.1

    I think you can download a demo at

    http://www.cakewalk.com

    peace

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    Peace...

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    Thanks for the program advice.What's a good soundcard to use? And about how much do they cost. THanks for the held.
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    It depends on how many INS/OUTS do you want/need?

    Also, what kinds of INS/OUTS?

    How much money do you want to spend?

    You could start out your quest by looking at the Delta cards (44, 66, and 1010).

    http://www.midiman.com/

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    Thumbs up

    Go and Buy Reality by Seer Systems They have a demo on there website. This can do everything the MPC can do and even do it better... ok thats my opinion. If you don't have a nice sound card then I suggest the Echo Darla card. With 8 outputs and a latecy if 25... as I run Cubase and reality together you can drop vocals and beats at the same time with no real effort. Worth a check out. E-mail me if your interested in taking the red pill. 4 real

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    Xmidi2001

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