Experiencing oddness after upgrading your MPC firmware? Check out these troubleshooting quick tips that should get you back up and running in no time!
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 set up and use the MPC’s most slept-on feature, the Patched Phrase.
Use the MPC Live and MPC X to build a life-like acoustic drum kit using round robins chopped from a live break!
Harness the power of subtractive synthesis in your MPC to design your own sounds and instruments!
MPC-Tutor’s bestselling ‘MPC Bible’ tutorial course for MPC X, MPC Live & MPC Touch has now been updated for MPC 2.5 – free update for all existing owners.
In this MPC X & MPC Live tutorial I’m going to take a look at the new Autosampler feature of MPC Firmware 2.3 which allows you to ‘clone’ your favourite VST/AU instrument patches so they can be used as standard ‘keygroup’ programs in standalone mode.
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!
Everything you need to know about creating and using MPC Expansion packs! For the MPC X, MPC Live and all MPC Software controllers.
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?