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Originally posted by mpcpro No harm done Myles. The MPC was the first sampler I had ever bought so I have become very good at using it for its strengths which are being able to quickly build drum kits and making window shaking bass hits. The Triton is great at many things but building sample based, fast loading hard hitting drums is not one of them. Do'nt get me wrong the triton has some good drums, but it is faster for the way I work to have custom made drum kits on a dedicated machine designed to do such.
Originally posted by Ted Care to elaborate?-Ted
Originally posted by shibster Well, all of the samples on it are trash. Which immediatly takes a chunk out of the value. Second, it's sequencing and queuing is subpar, especially in the drum department. Buy a $2 keyboard and use midi with a VST or sample rack.
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