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DrumExtract VST support in standalone on MPC Live

From watching this video ( https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EhBJ3... ), I became aware of a VST plugin called DrumExtract ( https://www.yellownoiseaudio.com/ ) that can be used to isolate or remove drums from a sample. The UI is very simple, and I think it would work well with the MPC Live in standalone. The ideal workflow would be to plug my phone into my MPC, listen to whatever audio, sample whatever sounds cool, chop it up, then open the DrumExtract plugin and select the samples or slices I want to remove or isolate the drums from. Instead, I would have to either attach my MPC to my PC (which defeats the purpose of the purchase for me), or do the listening, sampling, and filtering ahead of time, then copying the samples to the MPC via USB drive or something later, which introduces a massive delay in the creative process that I'd rather avoid. The time it would take to go from hearing a sample to being able to work on it is very long.

It seems like a long shot, but I figured if you added Splice integration, and your own VST plugins, that it should be doable.

Also, I think that given the touch interface, there should be generic VST support. It would be great to have some of those Sega Genesis synthesizer VSTs on this thing in the park...
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  • Hey vgambit,

    Thanks for posting!

    Be sure to submit this as a feature request with the MPC 2 Software's built-in feedback module. The feedback module is represented by a smiley icon at the lower right side of the software next to the browser icons. This information goes directly to the Akai team for consideration!

    If you need an alternative method of submitting feedback, you may use the following links:

    MPC - Submit a Feature Request

    MPC - Submit a Bug Report

    Thanks for your feedback!
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