Use the MPC Live and MPC X to build a life-like acoustic drum kit using round robins chopped from a live break!
Akai MPC Touch Tutorials
Akai MPC Touch Tutorials, tips and tricks. The MPC Touch is Akai’s first touch screen MPC, offering an innovative way to control the MPC Software. If you’re looking for help with your MPC Touch, check out my updated MPC Touch tutorial book, ‘The MPC Touch Bible-MPC Software 2.0 Edition‘.
Updated for 2.0! In this MPC X & MPC Live tutorial we’ll learn how to create a grimy layered clap using a range of sound design techniques, all entirely within PROGRAM EDIT mode.
6 essential MPC X & MPC Live tips and shortcuts guaranteed to speed up your standalone MPC workflow in no time!
In a busy day for everyone in the MPC community, Akai have now released full details of the new MPC Software 2.0 update. Here’s the nitty gritty: New graphical interface Audio track recording (128 in…
Give your MPC Touch some much needed protection with this tough polycarbonate cover from Decksaver.
Learn how to create and use your own MPC Software Expansion packs using MPC Software 1.9’s built in ‘Expansion Builder’ application – includes details on creating program previews, demo sequences and sample ‘grouping’.
The MPC Touch Bible is the complete and definitive guide to the Akai MPC Touch, featuring 588 pages of step-by-step tutorials to transform you into an MPC Touch master!
In this hands-on MPC Touch review I take a close look at the latest MPC Software controller from Akai, uniquely sporting a 7 inch touchscreen and the latest pad technology. Is this the innovative and…
Please note that this preview was written before the MPC Touch was actually released – I have now written a complete hands-on review of the Akai MPC Touch including a closer look at the new Touch…