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
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Looking for your first MPC? The MPC one is here and it’s probably perfect for you.
The MPC X & MPC Live both have 2GB of RAM inside them, but how much of this is actually available for sampling?
Give your MPC Touch some much needed protection with this tough polycarbonate cover from Decksaver.
In this hands-on MPC Touch review I take a close look at the latest MPC Software controller from Akai, uniquely sporting a 7 inch touchscreen and the latest pad technology. Is this the innovative and…
A simple to use file conversion and renaming application written specifically for legacy MPCs users.
Please note that this preview was written before the MPC Touch was actually released – I have now written a complete hands-on review of the Akai MPC Touch including a closer look at the new Touch…
In this article I take a look at whether your old MPC4000 and MPC2000XL beats will load in version 1.2 of the MPC Software. I also revisit MPC1000/2500 support to highlight a new bug.
In this MPC Renaissance review, I specifically concentrate on the hardware itself, including build quality, design, features and improvements over previous flagship MPCs.
The first true in-depth MPC Renaissance Review – discover how your old MPC beats and projects will load in the new MPC Renaissance and MPC Software OS 1.0.