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Akai MPC One Music Production Center

Standalone, 2GB RAM, 4GB storage, 16x RGB pads

$39.90

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Under the hood

Type

Music Production Center

Model

MPC One

Connections

8x CV / Gate outputs for 3.5 mm TRS cables (compatible with Mono TS cables), 2x USB 3.0 inputs for USB sticks or MIDI controllers (1x type A, 1x type B), MIDI In / Out, 2x 6.35mm TRS inputs, 2x 6.35mm TRS outputs.

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Operating mode

Plug-in

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Inside the box

The Akai MPC One Standalone is an impressive multitrack workstation

A built-in sound library offers contemporary sampling

Presenting sample-based audio, drums, instruments and more, the Akai MPC One Standalone excels during live performances and when creating tunes at home. With a 2GB sound library preloaded, 2GB RAM and 4GB of storage for your tracks, producing and managing your work is simple.

Compact and portable with versatile features

Designed with a minimal footprint, this MPC is small and light enough to throw in your pack between gigs. The 7-inch touch-screen has a menu for editing, interacting with samples and using the piano roll. Below this, four Q-Link buttons react to your onscreen commands.

Chop, tweak and warp your tracks

Once you're ready to record, choose a sampling mode or lay down audio using a mic, then tweak the results to produce something unique. There are various ways of splicing, looping and time warping individual sounds, so tracks evolve in exactly the way you planned.

Sixteen backlit RGB pads put you in control

Sixteen velocity-sensitive RGB pads sense how fast or slow you press, allowing you to deliver more nuanced and expressive performances.

Is the MPC one worth trying?

Yes, the Akai MPC One Standalone is a creative hub that makes it easier to produce complex content. A user-friendly screen and simple integration with CV synths and USB controllers mean you can effortlessly structure tracks, then export sequences to play live or fine-tune the details on a PC.

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