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PostPosted: Wed Nov 15, 2006 6:40 pm 
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are we a dying breed!?!?! c'mon I know there has to be a few people who still use this machine out there.

i'm always going to use this thing although I plan on getting a 404 in the next few months.


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are we a dying breed!?!?! c'mon I know there has to be a few people who still use this machine out there.

i'm always going to use this thing although I plan on getting a 404 in the next few months.

i've never used the 202, but i've used the sp-808, 606, & now the 303... i like the 606 the best...


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how does the 202 sound in comparison to the other ones?

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I heard the 202 has a straight grimey sound


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can't do much with it can you though
ive heard someone runs their drums thru it, dont remember where


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Yep, I use one...I leave it hooked up to the TV.

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can u use thr sp-202 as a midi controler


  
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Nope it has no midi OUT unless i'm mistaken.

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midi in is cool, it adds a nice gritty drum track to your midi setup.


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I know this a really old post, but I just registered... I have a 202 and I use it almost everyday. I really like the internal mic feature for recording things off of my TV, and then I use it with batteries for sampling sounds around my city. I also will run drums through it, sometimes 2, 3 or, 4 times until they are straight dirty.


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Nice, when it comes to hip hop less really can be more, do you ever sequence beats in the 202?

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Nice, when it comes to hip hop less really can be more, do you ever sequence beats in the 202?


There is no sequencer in it, so no, not really. However, I'm slowly working on a beat that is using nothing but the 202. What I've been doing is, getting some loops that sound good, then recording variations of them with different drums played live into a Tascam 4 track tape machine, then re-sampling that back into the 202 as a loop with drums on it, then doing different variations of that, and then just hitting a pad with that loop on it, and letting it play out for the 4 bars, then hitting the next pad. This results in a pretty grimy sound, as I'm going 202 to 4 track tape back to 202 and then sometimes repeat, but it's mad fun. Makes no absolutly no sense from a workflow standpoint when I have an MPC sitting right next to it, but I'm having fun with it. haha.


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I would love to hear something made on the 202, if you finish something that you're happy with post it up.

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I would love to hear something made on the 202, if you finish something that you're happy with post it up.


yeah man, will do. It's going to be a little bit, as I am only on the internet when I am working, and I can't upload anything here. But I'll get a track or two up soon.


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At your leisure, I look forward to it.

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