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
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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Fat finger drumming kits and MIDI patterns for all MPCs and the Akai Force!
Out Now: The latest edition of the MPC Bible features full support for the new MPC One, making this the complete guide to Akai’s range of standalone MPCs.
Looking for your first MPC? The MPC one is here and it’s probably perfect for you.
Find out more about Akai’s new standalone touchscreen MPC – the MPC One!
Experiencing oddness after upgrading your MPC firmware? Check out these troubleshooting quick tips that should get you back up and running in no time!
Learn how to set up and use the MPC’s most slept-on feature, the Patched Phrase.
Just Released: MPC Analog – fat analog synths directly inside your MPC with this collection of fully multisampled analog synth patches and custom analog one shots.
Use the MPC Live, MPC One and MPC X to build a life-like acoustic drum kit using round robins chopped from a live break!
Learn how to create your own expansions for the Akai Force without using the MPC Software. Also useful for MPC X & MPC Live owners.