Mutha Tung’s Copacetic http://youtu.be/1EBkE5LAvG0
Dic Lott is the talented lyricist from Ridge Spring, SC. His smooth voice, intellectual style and country dialect shines when either free-styling with Mutha Tung on Jazzy Soul “GODZ Plan” or flowing over EXC’s hardest Hip Hop “Big Brother Dic Lott.” Dic Lott is versatile, honest, deliberate, intelligent, smooth and humble. Dic Lott on BitTorrent Bundles is for Hip Hop heads that crave authenticity, creative lyric flow, and originality.
The bundle will include a short video of Dic Lott free-styling and Playlist 1 Big Bro 2 In Love 3 Not This Time Remix 4 Pomanz Vision 5 For What it’s Worth 6 GODZ Plan 7 EQ-Lites 8 Not This Time.
As a Hip Hop producer, I’ve owned my fair share of equipment, from my first beat machine (a BOSS DR-220) to the TR-505, HR16, BOSS 660 and eventually the R-70. With the advent of desktop music recording, eventually I moved on to the likes of Cakewalk, Reason and Logic Pro.
One thing I always wanted to own though was an MPC. Starting with the 2500 all the way to 5000, they’ve generally been in a price range I was unwilling to deal with. So when Akai introduced the MPC Renaissance, I was instantly interested. Finally a (relatively) lower priced MPC with the lossless digital to digital software environment I was used to using in my modern production setup.
Than came the MPC Studio. Retail around $400 with the same software as the Renaissance, this would definitely be the MPC I finally buy. With enough hardware access as far as pads and buttons, this is everything I need. The question I have now is, do I really need it?