The MPC 1000 sampling production station allows you to record audio from outside sources into the sampler's built-in memory card, then upload the audio to a connected computer. It is possible to hook up just about any audio device, including a record-playing turntable. The MPC 1000 only requires two cable connections, so it takes only minutes to hook the two devices together.
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Things you need
- RCA audio cable
- RCA to 2 x 1/4-inch adaptor
Insert the red and white RCA audio cables into the respective "Audio Out" ports on the turntable.
Connect the other ends of the RCA audio cable to the RCA to 2 x 1/4-inch adaptor (available at any electronics store).
Plug the 1/4-inch plugs on the adaptor into the "Record In" ports on the back of the MPC 1000.
Power on the turntable and the MPC 1000. You are now ready to begin streaming the audio signal from your turntable to the sampler.
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