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Akai MPC2000XL MCD version

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MPC2000XL MCD version, Séquenceur Sampleur de la marque Akai appartenant à la série MPC.


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  • Fabricant : Akai
  • Modèle : MPC2000XL MCD version
  • Série : MPC
  • Catégorie : Séquenceurs Sampleurs
  • Fiche créée le : 30/06/2008

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Note moyenne :5.0( 5/5 sur 4 avis )
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esy30/06/2008

L'avis de esy

Akai MPC2000XL MCD version
Sound Generator

Data format: 16-bit linear WAV
Sampling rate: 44.1 kHz
Memory: 2MB standard, expandable to 32MB with 72pin SIMMsn
Preset sound memory: 8MB FlashRom option (FMX008M)
Recording time: 21.9 sec. mono / 10.9 sec. stereo (2MB), around 6mn mono / 3mn stereo (32MB))
Polyphony: 32-voice
Filters: 1 dynamic resonant 12dB/octave low-pass filter per voice
Number of active programs: 4 (with up to 64 pads per program)
Maximum samples in memory: 256
Sequencer

Capacity: 300,000 notes
Resolution: 96ppq
99 Sequences
64 Tracks per sequence
32 MIDI output channels (16 channels x 2 output ports)
Song mode: 20 songs, 250 steps per song
Simultaneous playback of a second sequence
MIDI Sync: Master/Slave, MIDI Clock, MTC, MMC
Drumpads

16 velocity and pressure sensitive pads
4 pad banks
16 Levels: Velocity, Tuning
Automated Pad Mixer (Level and Pan)
Note variation slider controls Level, Pitch, Filter Cutoff, Attack, Decay
Track Mute and Next Sequence features for live performance
Connections

Record Input (L and R): jack x 2, balanced
Digital Input: RCA x 1, SPDIF (option)
Stereo Output (L and R): jack x 2, unbalanced
Individual Outputs: jack x 8, unbalanced (option)
Headphone Output: stereo jack x 1
Digital Output: RCA x 1, SPDIF (option)
MIDI: 2 x MIDI In and 2 x MIDI Out
SCSI: 50pin high density connector
General

Display: 248x60 dot graphic tilting LCD
Multi-Card drive (MCD model only): Compact Flash, Memory Stick, Smart Media, Secure Digital
Standard accessories: 1x CD-ROM sound library, Power cable
Power: 100-240V AC, 50/60Hz
Consumption: 23W
Dimensions (H x W x D):
4.17" x 15.95" x 8.99" (106mm x 405mm x 331mm)
Weight: 12.13lbs (5.5kg)
Optional Accessories

IB-M208P: 8 individual output and digital I/O board
EB16: Multi-effects processor board (4 simultaneous FX)
FMX008M: 8MB Flash ROM board
IC-M2TC: SMPTE IC

Une petite mise a jour genre os jj serais le pied total !!!!!

UTILISATION

C'est sur c'est une 2000XL avec quelques léger changement donc c'est d'une utilisation trés simple (quand on connait un peut)...Il faut potasssséé au début mais sa rentre très très vite !! Ici aussi je dirais que si seulement les petit nipon pouvais se brancher sur un os jj de la XL qui aporterais la méme érgonomie qu'une 2500 niveau apparence se serais le pied totale !! Mais bon ça reste quand méme une super machine avec un son trés net , une utilisation moins old school que la XL classic (vive le lecteur mcd ) et une geule beaucoup plus sympas que la beige gris un peut cheap.... (dsl pour les puristes de la classic)

En gros c'est un super joujou avec de quoi travailler extrémement bien , le son et de qualitée bref elle à tous se dont on a besoin et elle fais se qu'on lui demande ;) !

SONORITÉS

Idem à la 2000XL Classic

AVIS GLOBAL

Je l'utilise depuis 2006 , je referais se choix sans hésiter ! J'ai aujourd'hui une 2500 Et une 1000 qui on de bonnes nouveautées il faut le reconnaitre !! Mais je ne me lasse pas de faire mes séquence bien grasse dessus ;)

Elle déchire....!!!!!

Puis il faut le reconnaitre mpc c pas seulement du matos c un délir et un concept !!!

Alors bon on ne peut que kiffer si on est dedans
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contenu en anglais
FP User01/11/2008

L'avis de FP User (contenu en anglais)

Akai MPC2000XL MCD version
It's missing a faster processor. Timestrecth is SLOW! 8 outs should be standard. I LOVE THE SCREEN!

Price paid

$1250.00-NEW

UTILIZATION

I managed to figure out how to scale the keys in order on my rack so I can play the pads like a piano. If you are a newbie I suggest you master the 2000 first.

SOUNDS

No complaints. Everything is good.

OVERALL OPINION

Built FORD TOUGH. Never had to get it repaired

10--makes the 2000 seem like crap. I waited years to get this thing and I appreciate it. It's the center of my studio.

Originally posted on FutureProducers.com
Posted by: bhardman ( 9-, 2005)
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contenu en anglais
FP User01/11/2008

L'avis de FP User (contenu en anglais)

Akai MPC2000XL MCD version
+/-I just recently bought this 2 days ago so as far as features are concerned i dont think i know enough about the machine to comment, with that being said the hours that ive been into it so far i dont want or need for anything when it comes to this box. Final-It has what i need and doesnt have what i dont...thats good enough for me

Price paid: $800

UTILIZATION

+Once you get to know the interface your movements and and work flow are seamless. Flawless. Productive and swift. Once you have it down, this box is a beast. i mean its the beast that eats other beasts. -Unfortunately learning this machine is a bitch. Espectially if you've been using computer as long as i have. There are menus buried in other menus so much that its easy to reconsider and regret buying the MPC, almost even wondering if theres something wrong with you. Final-Stick to it, its hard to learn, but once you do, you can learn to be make hard ass beats with this thing. But the learning curve isnt for the faint at heart.

SOUNDS

+ This is one of the reason i bought this machine. The sound clarity is unrivaled. I had been using Reason 3.0 and there was so much i had to do just to get the default sound of the MPC 2XL, with the right sounds you have the ability to really make some magic. - The mix that you hear is a little decieving, and i say that because it seems that certain levels are louder than others but that could be just the setup that i have going on. Final-Great piece of gear, couldnt believe that i sold my first one.

OVERALL OPINION

+Its a solid box. doesnt seem like it would have anything go wrong with it, since it doesnt really have many moving parts, so that a good thing when it comes to the chance of something breaking. -It did freeze up on me, once in the 2 days ive used it, but in its defense i thing it was doing something because i had just saved a project and i think i just got a lil impatient because the same thing happened, i let it do its job and it continued perfectly. Final-Your gonna have it for a long time. unless your a straight weenie and you piss on it or something and even then you probably could get it to do its job. this is the terminator, it would take a tactical nuclear explosion to destroy it.

+ After so many years on a computer, and sticking with digital i went analog. And after 2 days im wondering why i waited so long. And what makes it so bad is when i came back from Iraq i bought one and then sold it because i didnt understand it. That was stupid as hell but now its like the light switch went off and i finally got it. - Its gonna be hard to give it a chance if your a software or keyboard enthusiast. So it takes a little out of you. Final - I love this machine...there is no gray area, i would take and or give a bullet for this thing...if it was stolen or lost or broken, i would take Both my Smith & Wesson .40's and go on a shooting spree...and then go buy a new one. Greydon Square Grand Unified Theory

Originally posted on FutureProducers.com
Posted by: greydonsquare ( 3-, 2006)
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contenu en anglais
FP User01/11/2008

L'avis de FP User (contenu en anglais)

Akai MPC2000XL MCD version
It had great features for it's time, but I see all these new MPC's and all the stuff they can do and I get kind of jealous. Additionally it's a serious pain to put in a boot-up disk just to start up and the long wait of having to load each sample of a disk. But besides those little problems, it's great.

Price paid

$100

UTILIZATION

I hear about peopl having problems with MPC's, but honestly I think an average chimpanzee could figure out how to work this thing. The sequencer is simple and yet fully functional, the sampler is great, simply record and load to a pad.

Never had any problems with it and this thing is getting pretty old. Built like a brick, I don't think I could break it with a hammer.

SOUNDS

Absolutely wonderful sequencer/sampler. Great sounding fx.

OVERALL OPINION

Great machine, so much fun and very functional.

Originally posted on FutureProducers.com
Posted by: Kojak ( 8-, 2005)
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