Track Out and Sync MPC Use as MIDI Controller in PreSonus Studio One

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Track Out MPC To PreSonus Studio One

Track Out MPC To PreSonus Studio One

Hi I’m Vince P with illBeatz.com and This video has been requested for me to make for sometime now and here it is. A how to on tracking out beats and syncing your MPC to PreSonus Studio One and how to use your MPC 1000 as a MIDI controller in Studio One.

Thanks For Watching :)

PreSonus Studio One Settings For MPC Sync

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PreSonus Studio One Settings For MPC MIDI Controller

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The Gear Used In This Video:

Akai MPC 1000
M-Audio ProjectMix IO
Yamaha KX8 (keyboard)
PreSonus Studio One

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4 thoughts on “Track Out and Sync MPC Use as MIDI Controller in PreSonus Studio One

  1. Hi mate, I can see you are very into it. I’m trying to synchronise a Kontrol X1 with a jupiter 80 and a MC 505…. Any good suggestion??? Thank you!!!!!

  2. Nice vid! I’m using the Motif-Rack es with the PM IO and Studio One v2… Thing is when i try to record into S1 (audio) from the Motif-Rack, i get popping and cracking noises… any suggestions on why this is?? Thanx

    • Hi, it’s possible the hardware buffer is set to low for the recording your doing. I have mine set to 256 samples and that is perfect for me for recording and playback without delay or pops and cracks noise.

      Go to your M-Audio FireWire Control Panel and click the hardware tab and look for a section called “ASIO/WDM buffer size”

      Give that a try and let me know how it turns out :)

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