Akai Professional

Akai Professional user reviews

  • Akai Professional MPC2000XL

    Akai Professional MPC2000XL - "MPC 2000XL IS A CLASSIC"


    The MPC2000XL is similar to the MPC2000 but with many newer features; including four independent pad-bank keys, number of samples stored doubled to 256 on the XL, altering sounds to a different bit depth or sampling rate could be accomplished by resa…

  • Akai Professional MPK25

    Akai Professional MPK25 - "Comes with a copy of Ableton "


    The best part about the MPK25 is that it is so portable. I was using this MIDI controller for over a year and loved using it. But it got to the point where I started to want to have more octaves (keys) to play, as I am learning to be a keyboard playe…

  • Akai Professional Max49

    Akai Professional Max49 - "So Far So Good"


    The Max49 is a USB MIDI controller. It can be used with almost any software that you use to make music with. I use it mostly in FL Studio and Cubase. The key to using it in your software is to use one of the presets for controllers that you software …

  • Akai Professional MPC Studio

    Akai Professional MPC Studio - "Great, but no interface"


    The Akai Professional MPC Studio is the newest line of MPC from Akai and it came out this year. I had the pleasure of working with it twice. It comes stocked with over 6GB of sounds and it supports VST plug ins. You can use the Akai Professional on …

  • Akai Professional MPC Renaissance

    Akai Professional MPC Renaissance - "Best MPC out"


    The MPC Renaissance is a production hardware system that can also act as a audio interface. It comes loaded with over 6GB of sounds and it does support VST plug-ins. The Renaissance is better than just the original MPC line. I have been using MPC’s …

  • Akai Professional MPC4000

    Akai Professional MPC4000 - "MPC 4000 is a MONSTER"


    The MPC 4000 was released in 2002 by Akai and was intended to be the leader of the hardware samplers. Its notable features are: 16 velocity and pressure sensitive pads 2 MIDI inputs, 4 MIDI outputs 96 kHz 24bit sampling 16 MB sampling memory, …

  • Akai Professional MPD18

    Akai Professional MPD18 - "Great pads but not a MPC"


    It seems like when it comes to AKAI you can always expect to get a great quality drum machine or pads. The AKAI MPD 18 will work with your Mac and Windows systems via USB. You computer does need to have at least 2GB for maximum performance. There are…

  • Akai Professional APC40

    Akai Professional APC40 - "buy it and use it carefully "


    If you are an Ableton Live user then you need to go out and buy the AKAI Professional APC 40 as soon as you can, it is a USB based controller that has a total of 109 different buttons! 9 different faders and a cross fader and it is compatible with Ma…

  • Akai Professional Max49

    Akai Professional Max49 - "AKAI keeps it coming!"


    I have used a number of different Akai gear and MIDI keyboards but the MAX49 is one of the best ones they have come out with. It is a 49 key MIDI controller that connects to your computer via USB. The touch faders are really good and useful to have, …

  • Akai Professional MPK88

    Akai Professional MPK88 - BeyondR's review


    Akai MPK88 MIDI keyboard has fully weighted keys with aftertouch, as well as 16 genuine MPC pads that motivated my curiosity to try this product, and I must admit it's very Pro and it almost feels like a real piano. It has a Midi type of connectio…