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Akai MPC Renaissance University | Get to Know

Akai MPC Renaissance University | Get to Know

We know you’ve been waiting a long long time for its arrival, but the MPC Renaissance is finally here!

The MPC Renaissance from Akai is the world’s first MPC designed to harness the processing power of a user’s Mac or PC. The flagship controller succeeds in combining software with hardware an undoubtedly delivers the experience of using a stand-alone MPC.

The Renaissance has been designed in collaboration with numerous professional music producers. The design goal for this controller was to “maintain the workflow and layout they love, and preserve the essence of the MPC.”

Thinking that the sounds will be too modern? If you were a big fan of the older generation MPC… you’ll be looked after too, because the Renaissance includes a button for ‘Vintage Mode’ with three settings: MPC3000, MPC60 and Other.

“No other tool on the planet has all the things producers demand with the industry-leading feel that they expect from Akai Pro,” stated Dan Gill, Product Manager, Akai Professional. “MPC Renaissance the most advanced and powerful MPC ever produced, yet it retains a link to beloved MPCs of the past.”

The Akai MPC Renaissance takes the proven layout and functionality of the MPC hardware and combines it with the power of your computer (Mac/PC) with the included MPC Software. The Renaissance is the hardware/software powerhouse you’ve been waiting for.

“Workflow is as slick as legacy standalone MPCs. Software is well thought out and very versatile. Built-in 96kHz, two-in four-out audio interface” - Music Radar Review

More about the Akai MPC Renaissance

We all know that it can be difficult to get an idea of a product like this without seeing it in action, so with this in mind, Akai have put together a series of MPC YouTube videos, taking us through the main features of the MPC renaissance. Check out the MPC University posts below, and hold onto your socks.

All you need to know about the MPC Renaissance:

     
  • Getting Started With MPC Renaissance
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  • Sequence Editing with MPC Renaissance
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  • VSTs & AU Plugins
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  • MPC Renaissance Program Edit & Pad Assign
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  • Sampling With MPC Renaissance
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  • Mixing, Effects & Automation


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