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    Some outboard synth/drum machine recommendations:

    - Korg Volca series:
    These are all brilliant and totally affordable (100 each), I have used all three extensively and they offer endless possibilities.

    - Alesis HR16:
    Really great entry level drum machine that can be picked up super cheap on eBay these days (30-40). You can also now buy third party custom EPROMs (micro chips) for this preloaded with 808, 909 or whatever samples you like

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    Iv got proteus 2000 standalone...

    Hahahaaaaaaaaaa

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    I have a Behringer CMD Studio 4a controller, if I wanna start using CDJs what would you recommend? Just looking for something I can learn on that won't cost too much

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    The JU-06 Boutique from Roland. It's based on a classic and perfect for making square wave Grime bass lines.

    It also produces other great sounds. It was introduced to me by Mumdance on his FACT Magazine Studio Tour. I was going to buy the original but then these boutiques came out. Of course the original is amazing but it is huge and suffers with many problems due to its age. It was made in '82 I think.

    Has anyone checked out Mumdance's FACT Magazine shows? His Against the Clock si sick too.

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    Before committing to a purchase and for those of you who don't get GAS check this out and have a fiddle around with them. I got the first one from TAL a while back and it's very good for a VST!

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    Is the Akai MPK Mini MK II any good for a first midi controller?

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    Good thread, does this stuff cost a lot

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    I'd be willing to recommend any of the blue microphones, theyre fuckin amazing

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    Nice set of kit. I'm just getting inot this production game and I'm all about Garage Band, but I haven't seen anyone talking about it here. Is that because it's not a good choice for grime?

    I also have an M-audio keystation mini 32, which I want to upgrade for a full size version. I'll probably go with your suggestion there. I also use a Focusright scarlet solo to connect guitars and mics. Probs not the forum to discuss guitars, but they are the source of some great backing tracks.

    Thanks for your suggestions.

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    I bought an inexpensive Neewer NW700 and have never looked back. Great sound every time. Perhaps my standards aren't high enough???

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blupert View Post
    Nice set of kit. I'm just getting inot this production game and I'm all about Garage Band, but I haven't seen anyone talking about it here. Is that because it's not a good choice for grime?

    I also have an M-audio keystation mini 32, which I want to upgrade for a full size version. I'll probably go with your suggestion there. I also use a Focusright scarlet solo to connect guitars and mics. Probs not the forum to discuss guitars, but they are the source of some great backing tracks.

    Thanks for your suggestions.
    garage band isnt that good for producing ur gunna wanna move onto something more advanced quite soon. logic is similar but still easy to use

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    I've heard this from others. It's 200, so probs gonna have to wait a few months. In the meantime will try to learn GB.

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    Did you add the NSUS link, or is that an advert? Either way I enjoyed it.

    Sorry, I should have replied directly to you #fail

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