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Akai reveals MPC 2.0

Akai has announced the  release of MPC 2.0, following an extensive beta testing period. MPC 2.0  is  compatible Mac and  PC, works  either alone a main DAW or integrates  seamlessly into a user’s DAW of choice as a VST,  AU, AAXplug-in.

Sporting a  redesigned,  easy-to-use  interface,  Akai claims, MPC  2.0:  ‘…represents  a  huge  leap  forward  in  the beat-production software category by adding a formidable set of new features  including: •Audio  track  recording •Real-time time-stretching  and  pitch-shifting •Audio  and  MIDI  drag-and-drop• Redesigned  user  interface• Ableton  Link  support •64-bit  audio •Bluetooth 4.0 MIDI  support •Advanced  signal  routing  capability  – submixes  FX  returns,  multi-output  support •Reimagined  mixer  layout •Enhanced  Q-Link  control.’

MPC 2.0 with Akai Professional’s MPC line of controllers,  as  well  as the  newest  standalone  units.  Supported models  are:  MPCX,  MPC  Live,  MPC  Touch,  MPC  Studio  Black,  MPC  Renaissance,  MPC  Studio,  MPC  Element  and  the  MPK2  line  of  keyboard  controllers.


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