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its a commercial when dre is in a plane, making beats with a laptop and something else. does anybody got a clue on what set-up he might be using. it had drum pads like an akai mpc
Everyone's entitled to their opinion but I don't agree .... If you can come up with proof then I will agree. But how can you power up an MPC 3000 on a airline? Battery pack? Nope! It wasn't a private plane. Plus I have an MPC 3000 ..... that mutha is Big. The MPC 3000 doesn't come with loaded sounds inside the machine so you would have to bring floppy/zip disk to load them up. But floppys don't hold that much info so all the sounds most likely came from a zip. The commercial is purely for entertainment. It's not reality! (in my opinion) The beat that was playing in the background couldn't be made by just an MPC .... it's impossible. I know people would like to believe that and have some fantasy of producing on a plane. Maybe with a laptop but not with the equipment shown on that commercial.Freakwncy said:U are wrong mad. you can use that stuff on a plane and even on a helicopter if you want to..... Do ask how I know... just take my wrd for it....and if not ask Fade and he'll tell u to just believe me...