AKAI Pro has released iMPC Pro 1.5 – an update that adds automatic loop slicing, MIDI learn, Ableton Link support and more. Here’s what’s new in iMPC Pro 1.5:
Developer Retronyms released this sneak preview of Akai iMPC Pro, promising MIDI Learn, Ableton Link support and more. Here’s what’s new in iMPC Pro version 1.5: MIDI Learn so you can map your controller more easily. Slice Loop Auto mode, which automatically detects all transient markers. Improvements to MPC Desktop Export. You can now export… Read More Akai iMPC Pro 1.5 Promises MIDI Learn, Ableton Link & More
This video, via HardtekStudios, captures a demo of the sound of the Akai Pro Tom Cat drum machine. It’s not a technical overview, but instead focuses on exploring the tweakability of the Tom Cat’s sounds.
Virtual instrument developer SONiVOX announced at The 2016 NAMM Show that they have released the first five of its series of virtual instruments called Singles. SoniVox describe Singles as “bite-sized downloadable virtual instruments” which provide producers “a single high-quality instrument at an outstanding value.” With Singles, artists can choose the specific instrument they need, complete… Read More SoniVox Debuts ‘Singles’ Virtual Instruments at 2016 NAMM Show
Akai Pro shared this new video demo that features the Timbre Wolf polyphonic analog synthesizer and their Tom Cat drum machine.
Akai Pro has released a hands-on demo video for its new Advance Keyboard MIDI Controller series:
Akai Professional announced today, at the 2015 Musikmesse, the introduction of its new MIDImix, a portable compact high-performance mixer. The MIDImix combines a “high-performance” mixer with 8 individual line faders and a master fader, 24 control knobs (arranged 3 per channel), and 1-to-1 mapping with Ableton Live (Ableton Live Lite is included). MIDImix users can send all the mixer’s… Read More Akai Pro Announces MIDImix Portable MIDI Mixer
MPC Software v1.8.2 – Sneak peek on new updates was uploaded by: AkaiProVideo
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