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Akai Professional MPD32

PAD Controller from Akai Professional belonging to the MPD series

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lisoftlisoft

Change the pads!

Akai Professional MPD32Published on 12/04/11 at 01:05
(This content has been automatically translated from French)
The feel of the original PDM pads 32 is not prcis not pleasant!
Change from those sold by MPCStuff! The result is stunning.
There is no picture. It's not very complicated. Some screws and some Methodius.
The pads are earlier and more sensitive prcis.
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Erwan774Erwan774

Unsurprisingly

Akai Professional MPD32Published on 08/03/13 at 13:13
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Acquired 2 days ago for use on both Live DJ in pure compounds.
External appearance is the AKAI, faders have me okay and the small LCD screen is configured to adjust a very good idea!

The connection is simple plug and play I have not understood why an external power supply?
It integrates all alone on Live.

It was the Midi In and Out the possibility of sending Program Change practice for keyboards MPK Series

Like everyone else I think the pads not very responsive, and I ordered a custom kit.

For configuration, not simple no full manual in French, that's not too shocking is practice makes perfect!

I bought eyes closed Akai did a good job I recommend MPD32 if you have big...…
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Acquired 2 days ago for use on both Live DJ in pure compounds.
External appearance is the AKAI, faders have me okay and the small LCD screen is configured to adjust a very good idea!

The connection is simple plug and play I have not understood why an external power supply?
It integrates all alone on Live.

It was the Midi In and Out the possibility of sending Program Change practice for keyboards MPK Series

Like everyone else I think the pads not very responsive, and I ordered a custom kit.

For configuration, not simple no full manual in French, that's not too shocking is practice makes perfect!

I bought eyes closed Akai did a good job I recommend MPD32 if you have big config!
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gigo18gigo18

Akai Professional MPD32Published on 07/01/13 at 09:09
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J uses in a year I discover (too) slowly how to exploit the capabilities of max akai32 but it's really a great toy!
Besides, I'm always looking for training / trainer because I alone discovers desfois this machine and it is long ...
in short:
easy to use
good reactivity pads
Bonns sensitivity knobs
and ability to tweak sounds to extreme
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the dwarfthe dwarf

MPD Power!

Akai Professional MPD32Published on 02/27/13 at 21:04
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Heavy use for 3 years

I tried many other controllers ...

I like the overall strength of Akai products
But not the pads or buttons that sometimes end break or stutter ...

Very good controller when you feel like hitting with fingers
with enough knobs and faders to make presets and play with Ableton Live.
For less than a CPA, there are pads and more.

Yes, I already remake this choice several times during and sold not at all dear ones had a button or pad deficient.
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Tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer: Akai Professional
  • Model: MPD32
  • Series: MPD
  • Category: PAD Controllers
  • Added in our database on: 01/20/2008

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