This video shows some basic information about the Akai MPD32, which I use to make sample flip beats in Propellerhead Reason, on a Windows-based PC.
Beatmaking tutorial - Akai MPD32 - Akai MPD32 Basics
In this video, I discuss: - MPD32 USB/MIDI Controller - NO SAMPLES ARE STORED in the MPD32 USB/MIDI Controller - Difference Between MPC and MPC
This post is about: MPD32, Reason, Akai MPD32, MPD
Want to get an Akai MPD32 USB/MIDI Hardware Control Surface to use with Propellerhead Reason in order to make sample flips and other beats?
In this video, Akai MPD32 Basics Part 1, I cover some basic points about the device for beginners who want to know how to use the Akai MPD32 USB/MIDI controller with Digital Audio Workstation (DAW) software such as Propellerheads Reason, Image Line's FL Studio, and others.
Wes - na
Very good sounding tunes, really well recorded & interesting structure with good rhythm.Sounds professional.
Keep up the good work.
Terrance Bailey - usa
Man i Had to Hit up the web site im loving these tracks u r the Gospel dr. dre!
I want when im gone beat i was caught in a zone when i heard it. Hit me back!
Eddie Konczal - na
Beautiful version of "Mary Did You Know" - great job!
Andy D - UK
Taurus - ur stuff is the *ting* man i'm tellin ya.
I also learned that your a drummer - me to!
When I was a kid I used to play around with the piano/keyboard in the 80's/90's (26yr old now). But I can't read music - I play by ear, just like you. You hit the pads & keys, (i gotta mpd32 to!;) in the same manner as me - it flows.
I reckon we can play steel drums - even tho we never have! or maybe you have - i don't know!
I'm luvin your youtube flix - keep em comin dood.
Andy D, birmingham UK.
Edward Samuel - India
This site has good instrumental music