Summary: I used this thing on playstation 2 ten years ago.although I prefer my keyboard and actually playing music , this thing pufs out decent quality sounds by todays standards.its decent quality music making on a budget for ps2.probobly the best you can get for that particular system.I gave it a four out of five because its dated, but the essential tools you need are all here.percussion, bass, pianos, guitars,etc.its flippin cool
dis iz hot! 4 U up coming dance muziik artstist!!!..N.Y.C
3 October 2003
Summary: this is the music industry dirty little secret. that the industry does not want you to know! you do not have to waste tons on money on a studio to start. this is the perfect tool for starters just get your hands on the sampler kit and will have access to tons of music.from your PC,turntables,cd,tape decks,8 tracks, and even straight from the radio. you can have a remix just in a few hours if you know how to work it!
Takes Patience but a Nice Tool & don't forget the Add-on!
Paul Pavelich, Amazon
3 May 2003
Summary: I got the MTV Music maker for the PSX & My son & I had a BLAST with it! When the PS2 version came out I jumped on it! ... If you read thru the info that comes with the "game", there's an offer for a Microphone attachment that plugs in thru the USB port (one of them) this allows you to add your OWN vocal OR sound samples! I jumped on this thing REAL QUICK!
Summary: This is basically software that would cost quite a bit more if you were going write songs on a PC or Mac with Acid or Cubasis. No, it's not professional grade but it contains an astonishing number of riffs that you can download from all the big genres (i.e., trance, house, breakbeat, R&B, pop, rock, etc.). Each of these riffs (which are in the thousands) can in turn be modified in terms of tone, pitch, volume, effects, length, etc.
Excerpt: "...could have just plain old MTV or if you wanted a modernised radio theme. There are about 8 or more skins to choose from in total. There's even a Apocolypse one which is pretty cool. The sound is quite simply your bread and butter of the game and the sound is good in general. The Rhythm, Bass and Melody the only thing which is a bit rubbish is the vocals. Which are quite frankly stupid not all of them mind you but vocals like "Don't diss me" In ...
Pros: Original and fun music simulation
Cons: There is no challenge to the game whatsoever
Excerpt: "When I first heard about MTV Music Generator 2 for the PS2 I quite excited about it as I loved the first one. I heard it was more rock orientated, it does have more rock samples, but not as much as I'd like it to have. Anyway about the game... When I first played it, I had no idea what I was doing and it took about 3 or 4 plays before I got the hang of it, a step-by-step tutorial would have been a good idea, but once you've got into it, the interface ...
Excerpt: "As a fan of Codemasters Music 2000 on the PS1, I was awaiting this release with baited breath, but I have to say there are a few irritating problems which could have been avoided. That said, this is still a class and very clever product. It makes superb use of the PS2's sound capabilities. 48 channels of sound, 11000 samples and the ability to record your own through the USB sampler add-on (£20 extra). This is the first irritation! On the ...
Pros: You can create pretty much any kind of music