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Akai annouced the second of three new MPC models: the AKAI MPC Studio.

 

 

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From the Akai website:

“MPC Studio offers the most streamlined MPC experience yet. At under one-inch thin, with low-profile controls and a brushed aluminum body, it’s made to move. MPC Studio merges real MPC pads, iconic workflow, and the same MPC Software used by MPC Renaissance to give you a fully integrated portable production solution.”

Some Specs:

  • Fuses MPC production with the processing power of your computer
  • Design is less than 1” thin and fits into a laptop bag
  • MPC software for Mac & PC with 64-track sequencing capability
  • 16 backlit MPC pads, MPC workflow & MPC Swing
  • USB-powered with knobs and brushed aluminum body
  • LCD screen allows you to make tracks without having to look at your computer
  • Four touch-sensitive knobs for MPC software control

 

Visit www.akaipro.com for more details.

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