Download a free samplepack containing 10 short acoustic piano performances in 14 bit WAV format, perfect for all modern MPCs.
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 practical, hands-on 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 MPC-Samples.com and check out my range of critically acclaimed MPC Tutorials & Courses as well as picking up some MPC drum kits, MPC instruments and expansions for all models of MPC.
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Download a free mini MPC expansion for the Akai MPC X & MPC Live – also works great with the MPC Software!
MPC Instrument Expansion featuring four beautifully multisampled acoustic pianos, made for the MPC X, MPC Live, and all MPC Software controllers.
Just bought an MPC Live? Then check out these essential MPC Live upgrades and add-ons!
The definitive guide to the Akai MPC X & MPC Live gets it latest update for MPC firmware 2.2.1, now with over 600 pages of MPC X & MPC Live tutorials!
MPC Expansion featuring multisampled recreations of two classic organs, the B3 and the Continental, containing 50 ready-to-play instrument patches for the MPC X, MPC Live, MPC Studio, MPC Renaissance & MPC Touch.
One of the most important skills an MPC beat maker can possess is the ability to chop samples – in this tutorial I take a look at the basics behind developing a quick chopping workflow using the ‘Regions’ chopping method.
Out Now: The complete guide to the MPC Renaissance & MPC Studio running MPC Software 2.0!
This has been my most requested MPC X & MPC Live tutorial ever – how to create ‘standalone’ MPC instruments from your favourite plugins. Check out my unique 3 minute workflow!
The MPC X & MPC Live both have 2GB of RAM inside them, but how much of this is actually available for sampling?