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  1. got an iphone se 2016 a while ago and I'm running it on there, you can do whole tracks in it even with a small screen like the se2016. it's really good at a lot of things. might get an ipad at some point, but I kind of like the super portable nature of it now.
  2. Hi all, some of you may remember me..? I was here earliest in 2000 2001 posting tracks as forlon and later as missingsense. I've done an album on antilounge records, remixes featuring Ochre, Elektrovolt, G∆rtm∆len and Marric. Real happy how this turned out. We have tapes!
  3. saw this one recently, starts out real nice. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AuGYJtJ5spM
  4. the live part was great! good quality too. ClipGrab --> mp3Directcut
  5. very nice! pretty cool that it's all from a monomachine. can you like press play on it and this comes out, or did you do multiple takes?
  6. should probably stick to my micromodular, but would love to try out any of the H series.. tempted to get that H3000 plugin
  7. thanks! these are all Reason 1.0... old tunage on my old pentium 2
  8. thanks for the comment. I think you are right, it could use a bit more love.. I already started a new track and wanted to stitch it together. was just happy with it and wanted to show it around. could touch it up a bit more later.
  9. https://soundcloud.com/missingsense/sassafras
  10. thanks! cover art is just something fitting I selected from a huge folder with pictures I keep from the internets. also put this up for free download, 2003 album: http://music.missingsense.net/album/ok-ppl-disf-ppl
  11. Hiya, I uploaded a bunch of old EP's from 2002 to soundcloud, free download. https://soundcloud.com/missingsense/sets/ono https://soundcloud.com/missingsense/sets/goto-28 https://soundcloud.com/missingsense/sets/inatlude
  12. mpc is great btw. and jjos2xl is more then just the icing.. tons of stuff in there
  13. can't get enough of triangular expander! great collection of tunes
  14. used to have a badly encoded 128kbit version of selected ambient works 85-92, for years I listened to it and when I got a better version it sounded a little too clean at first :) how to science are awesomeness hope he gets into drukqs era. afx pls.
  15. oh wow 5 so cool to hear.. still remember the first time I heard rdj album
  16. https://soundcloud.com/user487363530 ps: its heat not light YESSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSSS
  17. http://www.synthforum.nl/forums/showthread.php?t=184274
  18. this is true of all midi hardware, not just the mpc. if you try and send/receive too dense of a stream, it will choke, drop data, etc... this is pretty easy to do with the mpc, as it offers such a large number of tracks. start recording dense realtime cc data on 5-6 tracks and you will run into problems. it could also be the problem with the receiving hardware as well. the mpc could be sending everything fine but the gear on the other end just can't keep up. either way, you have to learn to work within the limitations of what you have. thanks for your reply. well I'm ok with working with some limitations but I thought the MPC was exaggerating a bit yesterday : I really wasn't running that much tracks simultaneously (5 maybe?) and I wanted to use one of them to record some filter cutoff action for my Bass Station 2, which resulted most of the time in the Electribe SX1 stopping to play after it played it's loaded pattern once (?). Kind of weird. The more I work with this setup, the more I tend to use separate tracks to send to the same synth (like different notes of a chord, or like in this previous case using one track separately for CC info). I wonder if that can be a source of problems? I have to take care of what I record exactly on the tracks anyway, I'm especially thinking about aftertouch - I don't have a lot of synths which handle that and it would be cool to find a way to filter this info before it's recorded down to tracks, I'm sure it helps the whole thing to stay stable. anyway I guess everything will be better with the MPC1000 because of the two MIDI outs and the JJOS interface, which I assume allow you to do those kind of tricks (filtering out the MIDI data for example) more easily I'd also love to have a nice more step-like sequencer but my priority right now is to get something versatile. I needed some time to get used to it but I like what the MPC500 allows you to do. It just seems quite limited and sometimes over complicated, hence my decision to find something else. MPC1000 looks great for my needs to be honest. I'm sure I could make nice babies with the Elektron gear but it would eat all my money and then I would starve or something. hey man, getting an MPC1000 as well now, forgetting about new software sequencers for a moment since I just fixed my sammichSID.. really excited to see how I can fit this with the rest of the boxes. my interest was piqued after I heard this, made on an mpc2500 only: https://fahtunes.bandcamp.com/album/datman-h-ya also:
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