Drum kits inspired by the sound of DJ Shadow – compatible with all MPC models.
Akai MPC Tutorials by MPC-Tutor. The Original MPC Tutorial Site
Akai MPC tutorials from MPC-Tutor. The original MPC tutorial site which since 2002 has been bringing you practical, hands-on Akai MPC tutorials as well as MPC articles, MPC resources and MPC sounds for the MPC Live, MPC X, MPC Software, MPC Renaissance, MPC Studio, MPC1000, MPC500, MPC5000, MPC2500, JJOS, MPC2000XL and all other legacy MPCs. After checking out all the free MPC tutorials here, head over to my MPC Book Store where you can purchase my critically acclaimed MPC tutorial books, and MPC-Samples.com to get MPC drum kits, multisamples and expansions made specifically for all models of MPC.
Latest MPC Tutorials & Articles
Just received your MPC Renaissance or MPC Studio (or MPC Element) and wondering ‘what next’? This tutorial covers the basics of getting your MPC hardware and MPC Software up and running– quick and to the point!
Free Kung fu punches, slaps, kicks, whips and gun shot samplers for all MPCs.
The new MPC samplepack from MPC-Samples.com featuring classic drum machine sounds, including the seminal 808 drum kit resampled through a variety of analog sources and layered with acoustic drums, textures and tones.
If you own an MPC1000 or MPC2500, you may have heard talk about the ‘JJOS’, but due to the way JJOS is kept quite ‘underground’ with no marketing from the developer himself, many people remain confused…
A vintage multisampled 70s Ludwig drum kit for MPCs and Maschine, complete with ready-made finger drumming layouts.
A collection of live hip hop drum breaks recorded by the legendary Timmy Rickard – fresh chopping material for all break beat junkies!
Make a simple but very usable drum kit in the MPC Software using drum multisamples chopped from a live drum break.
Having problems loading sounds into your MPC? This article will help you troubleshoot the problem, be it disk corruption, OS bugs or memory problems.
If your MPC4000 jog wheel no longer functions correctly, it’s probably time to get the encoder replaced. This step-by-step tutorial describes exactly how to perform the task – warning, soldering skills required!