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Average Score:
( 4.1/5 based on 35 reviews )
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" Great Pads"

Akai Professional LPD8Published on 03/12/14 at 09:17
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
My problem was to play finger very precisely supplements driving rhythms DHS Sonic Core and sounds of madness, and save them in DAW, so I wanted very reactive pads, instant. I play the djembe and darbuka, so it has to follow. Already have several DAW controller, the knobs and sliders other dedicated I was not interested.

The LPD8 fulfill all these conditions, his pads respond excellently, very fast, accurate on the velocity and firepower.

For € 38 and 1 year warranty, what can one want more? The construction is solid and I broke out like crazy. This is an excellent complement when did want to play a machine without breaking the bank.

For less, changes in banks are zero,......
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My problem was to play finger very precisely supplements driving rhythms DHS Sonic Core and sounds of madness, and save them in DAW, so I wanted very reactive pads, instant. I play the djembe and darbuka, so it has to follow. Already have several DAW controller, the knobs and sliders other dedicated I was not interested.

The LPD8 fulfill all these conditions, his pads respond excellently, very fast, accurate on the velocity and firepower.

For € 38 and 1 year warranty, what can one want more? The construction is solid and I broke out like crazy. This is an excellent complement when did want to play a machine without breaking the bank.

For less, changes in banks are zero, completely ornate, at least 4-5 seconds manipulation is unusable on the same track, so you must tell the DAW that cares. But if you work like me in successive recording layers, it does not matter.
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" Easy to use for beginners mao"

Akai Professional LPD8Published on 02/13/14 at 01:47
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
I use it for 1 years & 6 months every day.
I do everything with love, played drums with Steinberg Cubase Elements 6 & Magix Music Maker 2013 Magix Music Maker Premium & 2014.
How would you rate the quality: Very solid, practical, easy you use, simple ... ect.
Price: cheap at all: 49 Euro.
I referiz my choice my Akai.

Thank you & Thank You to Akai & Audiofanzine on.
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" A killer I tell you!!"

Akai Professional LPD8Published on 12/16/13 at 16:55
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
Used for about 1 month
I have tried many models of midi controllers (DJ \ Production)
most: Duty (to those seen in the size and concurrency could've ca not be the case)
But ultra-ultra simple to use set
Ultra mobile
-4 Banks controls easy noon to edit parametrer
EVERY-series more encoders pads has its own MIDI channel

least I do not see too ... ah if
The mini-usb plug which seems a little fragile
Encoders, a bit flat (provided that you have normal fingers it does not pose a concern)
And c is

AKAI first as controller (MPC 2000XL) I am excited to finish a qualitée of materials through the use of price and integration with various apps (perfect with live 8 for me......
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Used for about 1 month
I have tried many models of midi controllers (DJ \ Production)
most: Duty (to those seen in the size and concurrency could've ca not be the case)
But ultra-ultra simple to use set
Ultra mobile
-4 Banks controls easy noon to edit parametrer
EVERY-series more encoders pads has its own MIDI channel

least I do not see too ... ah if
The mini-usb plug which seems a little fragile
Encoders, a bit flat (provided that you have normal fingers it does not pose a concern)
And c is

AKAI first as controller (MPC 2000XL) I am excited to finish a qualitée of materials through the use of price and integration with various apps (perfect with live 8 for me very well for managing traktor decks remixes )
c is flawless
Frankly c's all good and not expensive more why deprive
Like everything that is good he did that a default
"We want more"
It makes you want to buy the next size desus
and I do it again this choice without hesitation
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" Useful and easy"

Akai Professional LPD8Published on 10/02/13 at 01:39
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
How long have you use it?
2 years

Have you tried many other models before buying it?
No

What is the particular feature you like best and least?
More:
- It has assignable knob and pad 4 times (8x4 + 8x4 pad knobs)
- It is easily recognizable as the daw
- It is lightweight and fits easily in a bag
- The pads are nice, backlit, good response

Less:
- No quick passage through a single button on a preset (prog) to another (you must enter a combination of three buttons to access another program assigned)
- No separation knob / pad for the assignment, ie when a program passes to the other, all the buttons (+ pad knob) change registry.
- Knob is not endless (ok for......
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How long have you use it?
2 years

Have you tried many other models before buying it?
No

What is the particular feature you like best and least?
More:
- It has assignable knob and pad 4 times (8x4 + 8x4 pad knobs)
- It is easily recognizable as the daw
- It is lightweight and fits easily in a bag
- The pads are nice, backlit, good response

Less:
- No quick passage through a single button on a preset (prog) to another (you must enter a combination of three buttons to access another program assigned)
- No separation knob / pad for the assignment, ie when a program passes to the other, all the buttons (+ pad knob) change registry.
- Knob is not endless (ok for the price!)

How would you rate the quality / price?
A little expensive in my opinion ....

With experience, you do again this choice?
With a little more money, combined Korg nano 1 (16 pad and 9 fader two separate controllers) is more convenient and allows greater ease of handling.
But he gave me quite a lot of services for small compositions trip!
So I keep it and I'm glad! ;-)
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Tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer: Akai Professional
  • Model: LPD8
  • Category: Other MIDI Controllers
  • Added in our database on: 07/15/2009

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