Akai Pro Intros MPC One+ Music Production Center, With WiFi, Expanded Memory & More

AKAI Pro today introduced the MPC One+, their latest Music Production Center, featuring Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, 16GB internal storage, and more.

At the heart of MPC One+ is the powerful multi-core processor, the same featured in the flagship MPC X. This isn’t a scaled down “little brother”, they say, but a production unit built with the same DNA for high-level music creation. It also features an upgraded 16GB of internal storage.

New Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity

With Wi-Fi, you now have access to Ableton Link 3 to wirelessly connect and sync all your capable devices. You can also use your Bluetooth enabled MIDI controller. Or pair with a wireless QWERTY keyboard to search through folders and libraries accurately.

Key Features:

  • Standalone MPC – No Computer Required
  • 16 velocity-sensitive RGB pads
  • 128 MIDI + 8 Audio Stereo Tracks Per Project
  • Wi-Fi & Bluetooth Enabled
  • 16GB Internal Storage (7.8GB user storage)
  • 2GB RAM
  • 7” Multi-Gesture Touch Screen
  • New Red Colorway
  • Includes MPC2 Desktop Software for Mac or PC
  • Free MPC plugin instrument from the MPC store with new purchase

Pricing and Availability

The Akai Pro MCP One+ is available now for $699 USD.

6 thoughts on “Akai Pro Intros MPC One+ Music Production Center, With WiFi, Expanded Memory & More

  1. Expanded storage, Ram (Memory is the same). FYI, they’re sleeping on the 200xl blue or MPc 4000 blue/yellow. Or the 1000 Blue Red. Or Perrywinkle blue like the caravan in Snatch.

  2. They’ve done a great job of making what is otherwise very good and useful gear look extremely tasteless and tacky

  3. I’m still trying to wrap my head around the marketing pitch of “Standalone MPC”

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