In the market for a new standalone MPC? In this MPC buyer’s guide I compare Akai’s four touchscreen standalone MPCs – the MPC One Plus, MPC X SE, MPC Key 61 and MPC Live II
Akai MPC X & MPC X SE Tutorials
The MPC X SE is Akai’s latest flagship standalone MPC, with its full suite of audio I/O, 16 Q-links and large 9″ touchscreen. Learn how to use the MPC X SE with MPC-Tutor’s complete MPC X tutorial guide, ‘The MPC Bible‘.
Learn how to create realistic sounding acoustic drum kits in your MPC using 4 layer velocity switching.
Learn how to set custom time signatures in standalone MPCs and the MPC Software.
If ‘bounce to audio’ or ‘flatten pad’ has suddenly stopped working in your MPC, check this tutorial for the easy fix!
How much RAM is actually available to use inside a standalone MPC? I did the geek-tests so you don’t have to!
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.
Discover the new Sound Browser, introduced in MPC 2.11 to provide a new alternative way of looking for plugin presets, kits & instruments.
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.