Discover the new Sound Browser, introduced in MPC 2.11 to provide a new alternative way of looking for plugin presets, kits & instruments.
Akai MPC X Tutorials
The MPC X is Akai’s latest flagship standalone MPC, running MPC Software 2.0 – learn how to use the MPC X with MPC-Tutor’s complete MPC X tutorial guide, ‘The MPC X & MPC Live Bible‘.
Learn how to create 8 layer keygroup instruments in the MPC & Akai Force
Learn some practical uses for the new ‘NOTE OFF’ feature introduced in MPC 2.10
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.
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 Key, MPC One & MPC Software/MPC Beats
Discover various workflows for efficient rearranging of pad layout in your MPC drum kits; suitable for all modern MPCs, MPC Software & MPC Beats.
Learn how to connect and configure MIDI controllers with the MPC One/Live/X, including multiple controller set ups.