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Producers - Discussion / Akai Announces 3 New MPC Products
« on: January 05, 2012, 07:16:33 PM »
woop, in the buildin', what... hehe MPC ala (Midi Production Centre/ Music Production Centre & last .. Music Production Controller)

The MPC Renaissance, MPC Studio and a new MPC iPad App

Akai MPC Renaissance Hardware Features Overview:
» Fuses legendary MPC production with the processing power of your computer
» 24bit/96kHz!!
» Vintage Mode changes output sound character to MPC3000, MPC60 and more
» 16 backlit genuine MPC pads, 16 Q-Link controls, and adjustable backlit LCD screen
» Cla**ic MPC Note Repeat, MPC Swing and MPC transport controls
» MPC SOFTWARE for Mac or PC with 64-track sequencing capability
» Two XLR-1/4″ combo inputs and dedicated turntable input
» Four-channel US B 2.0 audio interface and two-port US B 2.0 hub built in
» Up to eight pad banks – more than any other MPC ever
» Two MIDI inputs and four MIDI outputs
» Stereo 1/4″ out, stereo a**ignable mix 1/4″ out & S/PDIF I/O

Akai MPC Renaissance Software Features Overview:
» 64-track sequencing capability
» Ma**ive 6GB+ sound library, including all of the sounds of the cla**ic MPC3000
» Instant mapping and real-time adjustment of VST plug-ins
» Record each track as an MPC drum program, Keygroup program or VST plug-in
» Runs standalone and as VST, AU or RTAS plug-in
» Supports WAV, MP3, AIFF, REX and SND
» Supports samples and sequences from any MPC ever made
» Mac and PC compatible

get our grubby hands on even if u on that Native Intstrument Maschine & Kontrol.. this is what was awaited... sing along

Hot Traxxx / MED - CLa**IC FEAT KWELI
« on: March 29, 2011, 08:10:47 PM »

Geek Section / Smartphones
« on: February 28, 2011, 08:58:23 PM »
ait.. Android, IOS, Win Phone 7

Droid run 'tings, Iphone/WinP 7 not true Multitasking & WinP 7 expecting market gain of up to bout 9% by end year, then why go WinP 7?, Zune/Xbox/Tile whatever the F.
New phones poopin every Moon... Apple with the iPhone 5 with that so called Aeronautic Gorilla Gla**  & some.

Been using Windows since ver. CE way back, Psion series of palmtops, HP Palmtops, HP Gfx Graphing Calcs, Symbian OS (Sony/Ericsson), Palm Organizers, iPhone (jail$) etc. RIM ('berry strong for business), WinP 7 Office Exchange integration, Droid with Google Apps etc.
HP bought palm i think and now coming with their own OS. , Samsung Galaxy Tab killaH already released.
Acer dropping Netbooks, DON'T cop netbooks.
Motorola flipped since the flip phones they had and got the Zoom sumn and Smartphone.
Ipad Us economy not friendly tied, dual touch screen notebooks, & that list will proceed to get that $ or R, digg

Motorola Atrix 4G / HTC Desire HD2 / HTC EVO 4G / HTC Inspire 4G / iPhone5 no berries or if you hardcore Enterprise Server Business cat..

Producers - Discussion / Acoustic Treatment
« on: February 18, 2011, 09:12:46 PM »
The project studioz come a long way. no mo Major cola coca parties for them Record Majors, 'er body  @ home or some
an excerpt


There are four primary goals of acoustic treatment: 1) To prevent standing waves and acoustic interference from affecting the frequency response of recording studios and listening rooms; 2) to reduce modal ringing in small rooms and lower the reverb time in larger studios, churches, and auditoriums; 3) to absorb or diffuse sound in the room to avoid ringing and flutter echoes, and improve stereo imaging; and 4) to keep sound from leaking into or out of a room. That is, to prevent your music from disturbing the neighbors, and to keep the sound of pa**ing trucks from getting into your microphones.

'nuff, what we doin @ them project studios to do that critical listenin & mixin' specially them rectangular squarish rooms

One easy way to reduce noise from a computer is to line the surrounding surfaces with absorbent material.

I managed to get studio sound diffusion and absorbtion mats estimate 3 by ~2 meters each, need to get the cutttin, is the roof necessary for treatment. I know Ba** traps is a must & 38% listenin position with tweets at ear height,  Got them front firing ports. this hear topic we need to resolve Major 1


Reminds me of soccer bouts in our premier league way back, some refs do have K.O's on & off pitch & maybe a belt to proof it.
break out that vuvuzela, dang

Producers - Discussion / Studio Monitors
« on: March 24, 2010, 08:22:49 PM »
How much must u do to gain respect, uhmm
ah, tht Jeru..
Do they represent all audible frequencies
what reference monitors is the deal "It's done"
Genelec, JBL, M-Audio, KRK, Yamaha, Alesis..
I really wanna hear  which ride peaks in important frequency bands.. project studio

let them all out..
Whole new Ball game,...
we go free Flo
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Geek Section / wrist watch phones
« on: March 13, 2009, 10:11:49 AM »
The LG GD910 is the first 3G wrist watch phone that allows voice commands and video calls. It packs a 1.4" TFT touchscreen, quad-band GMS/3G/HSDPA with video-call support, Bluetooth connectivity and a nice looking Flash-based user interface.

There's a workaround for texting too, though obviously on the receiving end only - LG GD910 has text-to-speech capabilities for your convenience. Alright, maybe there will be a way to send text too, but the screen estate does not exactly imply typing bliss. There is also a secondary CIF camera if 3G video calls are your thing. Despite its small size GD910 uses an appropriate Li-Ion battery allowing near 250 hours of stand-by and 2 hours full of talk time.

The device will hit the shelves in Q2 of this year

Samsung S1100 watch phone

Its features include a full touchscreen display, Bluetooth, and a speakerphone etc..

now's a reason not to forget your celly & with a spoofy bluetoof headset u can be just like Bond
small form factor solid state devices are packin punches this year....

Producers - Discussion / FL MPC Grooves
« on: January 06, 2009, 12:06:32 PM »
Here are some nice templates for FL from the MPC 60 Groove Quantization.
Don't really use FL, if anyone can verify the files, that'll be cool

LINK REMOVED/files/138329334/MPC.rar

Drop these into your [FLSTUDIO]\data\patches\scores\quantization folder.


Geek Section / 2008 Phone Releases
« on: May 08, 2008, 10:44:45 AM »
Now why did y'all cop those TyTN, or them Nokia N thingies or the SonyEricsson P series.
These dudes dont care 'bout us & continue their relentless persuit of parting with our hard earned loot.
just when u thought it was save
anyway NEW ISH!..

HTC DIAMOND  -  Expected release 2008, 2Q

Quick Stats:

Card slot No
- 4 GB user available memory
- 192 MB DDR SDRAM, 256 MB ROM
- Qualcomm MSM7201A 528 Mhz processor
3G HSDPA, 7.2 Mbps
WLAN Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g
Bluetooth Yes, v2.0 with A2DP
Features OS Microsoft Windows Mobile 6.1 Professional
Camera 3.15 MP, 2048x1536 pixels, autofocus, video; secondary VGA videocall camera
- Built-in GPS with A-GPS
- Stereo FM radio with RDS
- Standard battery, Li-Ion 900 mAh

102x51x11.3 mm - one of the thinnest PDA Phones in its genre..
solid processor, A+ GPS, OS improved, blazing HSDPA speeds & yess. the 4GB blessing, no card slot though
they could have juiced up the battery capacity though..   Solid Business Entertainer   -  3.5/5

...just when TyTN II was warm..


Nokia N96  - Expected release 2008, Q3

Quick Stats:

Card slot microSD (TransFlash), up to 8GB
- 16 GB internal memory
- 128MB RAM, 256MB storage memory
3G HSDPA, 3.6 Mbps
WLAN Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g, UPnP technology
Features OS Symbian OS 9.3, S60 rel. 3.2
Camera 5 MP, 2592x1944 pixels, Carl Zeiss optics, autofocus, video(VGA 30fps), flash; secondary VGA videocall camera
- Built-in GPS receiver with A-GPS function
- DVB-H TV broadcast receiver
- 3.5 mm audio output jack
- TV out
- Stereo FM Radio with RDS
-Battery   Standard battery, Li-Ion 950 mAh (BL-5F)
Talk time Up to 3 h 40 min

I'm speechless, weak battery, that.. no good look.. , 3.5 stereo jack, SonyEricsson should learn from this, nobody needs stock earphones.., solid OS & impressive Carl Zeiss Cam..& a decent remote control addon,  This one is Titan  ---  4/5


Geek Section / NVIDIA Windows Mobile Phone
« on: April 15, 2008, 11:36:36 AM »
The Multimedia PDA market is hectic.
chk out the offering from Nvidia soon to be released


- 256 МB
- Touch Screen TFT 800х480
- HSDPA (Infineon SGOLD3)
- WiFi
- Audio – Wolfson WM8375L
- GPS – SiRF
- Mobile TV – Siano DVB-H, DVB-T, T-DMB
- 5-MP Camera
- 750 MHz ARM11 MP Core Processor
- Ultra Low Power GeForce Graphics
- 720 p Video Encode & Decode..

I think this 1..., who said iphone.,  hehe

Producers - Discussion / Hardware Emulations
« on: April 11, 2008, 04:16:56 PM »
thought bout this topic for a while.
Could we make a list of Hardware Emulations modeled on legendary instruments:

I'll set this off:
Mellotron  -->>  GForce - M-Tron/Pro   ~ 2 Gb

A Mellotron is a tape replay keyboard. This means that under every key is a length of magnetic tape that is moved past a playback head whenever that key is pressed. Each piece of tape has a sound (for example, a sustained flute note) whose pitch corresponds with the keyboard note that it is under. After a key has been pressed and then released, the tape is pulled quickly back to its starting position by a spring. Since each sound is produced by a linear piece of tape rather than an endless loop, the sound can faithfully reproduce the attack phase and then the decay phase of a percussive instrument such as a piano.

While the designer's goal was probably to make it sound exactly like the original instrument that was recorded, the quality of a Mellotron's sound is, perhaps accidentally, distinctly its own. It has been called a 'mutant organ' and its sound is often described as moody and warm. It gives a song a haunting, lonely quality.

The M-Tron captures all of the character of the original instrument by sampling every note of every key and adhering to the eight second limit of each note The principle of the Mellotron was simple - take a 35 note keyboard and have a piece of tape for each note containing real recordings of real players. In this way it was arguably the world's first sampler, with recordings varying from single notes (as in the Flutes sound used on the legendary Strawberry Fields Forever) or entire musical motifs (as in The Beatles' Bungalow Bill)

This instrument was manufactured in various guises between 1963 and 1986 and was used by artists including The Beatles, The Moody Blues' Mike Pinder, Black Sabbath, Rick Wakeman and Genesis' Tony Banks. The instrument faded into semi-obscurity during the 80's and early 90's, but due, in part, to its evocative and unique nostalgic sound, it was rediscovered and used by artists including Oasis, Radiohead, Kasabian and countless others.

nice 1

Hot Traxxx / Crooklyn Dodgers
« on: March 09, 2008, 11:09:02 AM »
Buckshot, Ace .. part ov the reality


Hot Traxxx / Pete Rock - NY's Finest 2008
« on: February 23, 2008, 08:48:49 AM »

26th February 2008

It's here

« on: February 01, 2008, 09:31:55 PM »

This is Rap 4Real, Sumthin U Feel....


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