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.
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‘.
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?
Everything you ever needed to know about MPC X, MPC One & MPC Live projects, but were afraid to ask!
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.
6 essential MPC X, MPC One & MPC Live tips and shortcuts guaranteed to speed up your standalone MPC workflow in no time!
Out Now: MPC-Tutor’s complete guide to the Akai MPC X & MPC Live featuring dozens of hands-on beat making projects for beginners and advanced MPC users!
In a busy day for everyone in the MPC community, Akai have now released full details of the new MPC Software 2.0 update. Here’s the nitty gritty: New graphical interface Audio track recording (128 in…