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88-Keys On Interning, MPC3000, Musical Influences

April 5, 2010

The Higher Plane catches up with producer 88-Keys to discuss such topics as his musical influences as Prince Paul and A Tribe Called Quest, gaining an internship at a recording studio, and learning to use an Akai MPC3000 in one night without an owner’s manual. Ironically, the first beat that he made on an MPC3000 was the first beat that he ever sold.

[via Nah Right]

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