Out Now: MPC-MS20 Synth Expansion – the classic analog sound of the Korg MS20 fused with the power of the MPC.
MPC Tutorials For Akai MPC Samplers by MPC-Tutor. The Original MPC Tutorial Site
MPC tutorials for Akai MPC samplers from MPC-Tutor. The original MPC tutorial site which since 2002 has been bringing you hands-on MPC tutorials as well as MPC articles, MPC resources and MPC sounds for the MPC Live, MPC X, MPC One, Akai Force, MPC Software, MPC Touch, MPC Renaissance, MPC Studio and all legacy MPCs. After checking out all the free MPC tutorials here, head over to MPC-Samples.com for our range of critically acclaimed MPC Tutorials & Courses and MPC Expansions.
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Which type of ‘attached’ disk is the best option for a standalone MPC? In this article we’re going to look at the pros & cons of each type.
Are your MPC Drum kits scattered randomly across the keys of your external MIDI controller? Check out this MPC tutorial for an easy fix! Suitable for MPC X, MPC Live, MPC One & MPC Software/MPC Beats
Pad Pimps are proud to present MPC-J60, an MPC recreation of one of the most iconic analogue synths ever made, the Juno-60, featuring over 100 multisampled instruments built for all modern MPCs, dripping with analogue warmth…
The MPC Bible has now been updated for MPC firmware 2.9 – this update is a free download for all existing owners of the book.
Discover various workflows for efficient rearranging of pad layout in your MPC drum kits; suitable for all modern MPCs, MPC Software & MPC Beats.
Out Now – ‘The Source’: Huge MPC instrument expansion with over 300 pads, leads, bass, plucks, keys and synth instruments for all modern MPCs & the Akai Force
Learn how to connect and configure MIDI controllers with the MPC One/Live/X, including multiple controller set ups.
A new update for the ‘MPC Bible’ is now live, with support for MPC firmware 2.8 & the MPC Live II. This is a free update for all existing owners!
In the market for a new standalone MPC? In this MPC buyer’s guide I compare Akai’s three touchscreen standalone MPCs – the MPC One, MPC X and MPC Live II