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Thread: Ableton/MPC Ren

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    Default Ableton/MPC Ren

    Hi All,

    Noob here. I've recently purchased Ableton Live. I was originally planning on getting an MPC Renaissance to compliment it, but when I see some of the things I can do with Live - slice to midi etc, I'm wondering if there is any need? What advantages, if any, would the Ren be to my setup?

    Thanks

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    Hmm...

    I appear to have posted this in the wrong forum. It was meant to be posted in the DAW, Audio Interfaces... section.

    I cannot figure out how to move it to its correct location.

    Can the admins please move to the correct forum, please.

    Thanks

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