At the 2020 NAMM Show, being held in Anaheim, CA Jan 16-19, AKAI Pro is introducing the MPC One sampling workstation.
The $699 MPC One is powered by what AKAI calls ‘the most powerful processor found in any standalone production device’. It can can work standalone, with your computer, or to sequence MIDI or CV/Gate gear.
“We broke new ground with the MPC X and MPC Live, the most powerful standalone music production devices ever,” says AKAI Pro’s Dan Gill. “We’re proud to say we’ve been able to deliver that exact same power in an efficient form factor that will be at home in any music production studio suite.”
Included as standard are network connectivity, Splice integration and CV/Gate connectors. MPC One comes loaded with 2GB of drum sample & loop collections. The MPC One also features the synth engines Electric, Tubesynth and Bassline as well as AIR FX for mixing & mastering.
- 7-inch multi-touch display
- 16 velocity-sensitive RGB pads
- 2GB RAM, 4GB onboard storage
- MIDI In/Out
- 4 TRS CV/Gate Jacks, 8 Outputs Total
- USB Flash & SD Card storage
Additionally, MPC One incorporates control surface workflow for PC & Mac and includes a full version of MPC2 Desktop Software.
MPC One Video Demos:
Pricing and Availability
The AKAI Pro MPC One will be available in February 2020 and will ship with a retail price of $699.