Discover the new Sound Browser, introduced in MPC 2.11 to provide a new alternative way of looking for plugin presets, kits & instruments.
Akai Force Tutorials, Tips, Tricks & Workflows
Akai Force Tutorials – Tutorials, tips, tricks & workflows for Akai’s standalone clips-based groovebox/instrument, the Akai Force.
Learn how to create 8 layer keygroup instruments in the MPC & Akai Force
In this MPC X, MPC One & MPC Live tutorial I’m going to take a look at the MPC Autosampler which allows you to ‘clone’ your favourite VST/AU instrument patches so they can be used as standard ‘keygroup’ programs in standalone mode.
Harness the power of subtractive synthesis in your MPC to design your own sounds and instruments!
In this MPC X, MPC One & 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.
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.
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 create your own expansions for the Akai Force without using the MPC Software. Also useful for MPC X & MPC Live owners.
MPC Expansions look great in the browser but their thumbnail images can drain system memory and slow down boot time – in this guide we’ll learn how to avoid all these issues!
How much RAM is actually available to use inside a standalone MPC? I did the geek-tests so you don’t have to!