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Sampling Sequencer from Akai Professional belonging to the MPC series.

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  • MPC 2000XL IS A CLASSIC

    Akai Professional MPC2000XLPublished on 11/13/12 at 16:49
    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 resampling, time stretch was added along with other features. In 2004 the 2000XL-MCD version was released, which features a CompactFlash card reader as standard in place of the floppy drive or Zip drives used in earlier models. There were 4 limited edition 2000XL SE MPCs created between 2000 and 2003. There were two versions of the SE 1, one with an improved control surface, compatible with growing number of sound libraries and one with aesthetic......
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    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 resampling, time stretch was added along with other features. In 2004 the 2000XL-MCD version was released, which features a CompactFlash card reader as standard in place of the floppy drive or Zip drives used in earlier models. There were 4 limited edition 2000XL SE MPCs created between 2000 and 2003. There were two versions of the SE 1, one with an improved control surface, compatible with growing number of sound libraries and one with aesthetic changes. The Limited Edition SE 2 and SE 3 also had only aesthetic changes.

    UTILIZATION

    The functions are very easy to access as is with all MPC models. The manual is also very straightforward and explains the machine with clarity. The install is also easy as is with all MPC models.

    SOUNDS

    The sound isn't as gritty as say as MPC 60 or 3000, but it still gives it a nice analog sound. The pads are GREAT on this MPC and is one of my favorite pad models for the MPC's. IT comes with no preset sounds so I can't comment on that, but the filters and effects it has are sufficient enough to get someone started.

    OVERALL OPINION

    Overall it's a solid machine for someone who wants to step up from say the MPC 500 or 1000, but can't afford a 5000 or 4000. The price is reaosnable nowadays, you might find one on craigslist for anywhere between 300-600. I am glad I used this MPC because I churned out some great ideas with it.
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  • God bless AKAI

    Akai Professional MPC2000XLPublished on 10/22/12 at 00:04
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Everything has been said again and again I think

    UTILIZATION

    The general configuration is it simple?

    If we potash forums, videos, and more if a friend who we needle we started is fast enough to start.

    The manual is clear and sufficient? ...

    Like any manual you wonder if it exprés are to take the lead sometimes ..

    The usual functions are they easily accessible?

    Yes (Shift + ...)

    SOUNDS

    Sounds they agree your style of music?

    For my beats is what I need. A very good first machine.
    The sound quality coming out of this machine is a pleasure to hear, coupled to my S950 I think it will do well

    The expression is good? (Response to velocity, aftertouch to)?

    AKAI......
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    Everything has been said again and again I think

    UTILIZATION

    The general configuration is it simple?

    If we potash forums, videos, and more if a friend who we needle we started is fast enough to start.

    The manual is clear and sufficient? ...

    Like any manual you wonder if it exprés are to take the lead sometimes ..

    The usual functions are they easily accessible?

    Yes (Shift + ...)

    SOUNDS

    Sounds they agree your style of music?

    For my beats is what I need. A very good first machine.
    The sound quality coming out of this machine is a pleasure to hear, coupled to my S950 I think it will do well

    The expression is good? (Response to velocity, aftertouch to)?

    AKAI touch is excellent. of true potato, sounds.

    The effects are they effective and responsive?

    Almost non-existent but we do not buy it for its effects.

    OVERALL OPINION

    How long have you been using?

    1 week

    Did you try many other models before buying it?

    I had the chance to test MPC 60 MKII, 4000, NI Maschine.
    In terms of its report / budget was the ideal candidate for the sound I wanted.

    What is so special that you like most and least?

    The +: His intuitiveness, simplicity, robustness, potato, its price.

    The -: Its slow, its fragile floppy.

    How do you rate the quality / price?

    Very good.

    With experience, you do again this choice?

    Listen to me you who work on a computer, I do for years, and indeed it is true that this gives us a LOT of possibilities, it is much more convenient, fast, etc. etc.
    But ... I will not go back on computer for anything (except to mix everything and paufiner)

    Pose yourself the question, is that you already have full mouse tooth your computer screen? you have your answer.
    I would do this choice without hesitation, and I really want to make me WELL hands on this mpc then discover other models, brand etc ...

    God bless AKAI
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  • Good bike, though ...

    Akai Professional MPC2000XLPublished on 05/03/12 at 23:14
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    Audio: headphone and just the MAIN output. I envision a map 8 attractions in the ass to him.

    MIDI standard.

    I acquired it with a ZIP drive. I quickly updated my OS and invested in a card reader. The OS includes only 1 GB cards, hard to find. But still he walks with maps 2 and 4 GB, even if it does not use only 1. Am I clear?

    Sounds, that's it. Emphasis his. Via the input sample or via SD card, with a program on my mac. Boring anyway, I prefer to use the audio input.

    The sequencer is good, you type, that's what you want, without delay, that changes in software, no lag, no crappy auto quantize.

    Nice, also some software I cut my teeth on a QY 700, which is a must for me in......
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    Audio: headphone and just the MAIN output. I envision a map 8 attractions in the ass to him.

    MIDI standard.

    I acquired it with a ZIP drive. I quickly updated my OS and invested in a card reader. The OS includes only 1 GB cards, hard to find. But still he walks with maps 2 and 4 GB, even if it does not use only 1. Am I clear?

    Sounds, that's it. Emphasis his. Via the input sample or via SD card, with a program on my mac. Boring anyway, I prefer to use the audio input.

    The sequencer is good, you type, that's what you want, without delay, that changes in software, no lag, no crappy auto quantize.

    Nice, also some software I cut my teeth on a QY 700, which is a must for me in terms of practicality (aaaah, the big screen, the grid, the step ....) and a MC-303 from Roland. Although her galley on the other hand.

    After tapping my pads, I generally add swing to "humanize" a little more what I do.

    UTILIZATION

    A blow to take casually, we enter a new world. You forget the notes, tips, widgets. You got a sound, thou assigned. In fact, I seem to spend more time on my hair cut, edit, stretcher, the slicer ... And to return my drum kits that make the sound. But it has a playful side. And then the software sounds, well you pass the same, more time to try the plug-in to do his ... And you will not necessarily win.

    You go back to basics really.

    And I keep on my SD complete with batteries, I'm getting very frank wank kits and varied. After, it's just annoying to navigate in the memory, to preview the samples, assign, etc. ...

    The manual, my faith ... Were in English, I downloaded it in French on the net. One, two, three literalist readings, readings few diagonals on details, and in it goes pretty fast. Automation are created at the end you work without realizing it. And you're going fast.

    There's some pitfalls on the other hand, about the editing of such slices. We must trust the machine. Just once, the time stretch, I notice that the tempo varies from the one I assigned to my loop and that of the sequence. Another trap, capture sound: too strong, too weak ...

    Common functions, accessible yeah. The price again some manual readings. You sail no submenu submenu, you want something, you press on the button and presto.

    SOUNDS

    No effect, or minimum. What I wanted anyway, even if a delay, reverb, EQ and even a little would please.

    Has no competence in mix, it filled me to have all these virtual racks to manage, even though I know not to use them. Kind the comp, the EQ ornate, ...

    So I make my sounds, I record my tracks, I give the guy who knows how, and we made the mix there is to do ...

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for almost a year.

    I went through the QY 700, 100 QY, log style of FL or Live before.

    I love the fluidity, the pads, the robustness. The design also post-USSR. Simple.

    I do not like the weight of the brothel, annoying to carry around. I like not everything is optional, such as 8 separate outputs or effects.

    € 400 for it, frankly it's okay, it's not excssif.

    I will ever choose, but my ultimate dream is to have my workstation Park: ASR 10, MPC 60, 3000, 2500, etc ... but all are not as accessible.
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  • Akai MPC 2000XL Studio Plus

    Akai Professional MPC2000XLPublished on 01/28/02 at 15:00
    Mars music 2000-2001. I Wanted to make hip hop, Drum & bass, Ambient, Trip hop. I paid $2199.00 Plus 2 16mb simms memory chips($75 for both i think?). Also an external 100MB ZIP drive $100 plus $20 for the cord. So about $2394.00

    It is quite straight forward. The manual is pretty short and to the point. The features i like are the BPM feature. It allows you to change the tempo of a sample with out affecting the pitch. So, its magic. As if it is actually being played slower/faster. It also lets you know the bmp of the sample by calculating the length. You can create and save programs, which means all the parameter, mixer and effects settings also the sounds and the pads they are......
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    Mars music 2000-2001. I Wanted to make hip hop, Drum & bass, Ambient, Trip hop. I paid $2199.00 Plus 2 16mb simms memory chips($75 for both i think?). Also an external 100MB ZIP drive $100 plus $20 for the cord. So about $2394.00

    It is quite straight forward. The manual is pretty short and to the point. The features i like are the BPM feature. It allows you to change the tempo of a sample with out affecting the pitch. So, its magic. As if it is actually being played slower/faster. It also lets you know the bmp of the sample by calculating the length. You can create and save programs, which means all the parameter, mixer and effects settings also the sounds and the pads they are assigned to are saved. Note ( you would have to have a zip/cdrom or harddrive to save to. The MPC itself cant save). The MPC allows you to see the waveform of the sample you are working with, i mean you have to listen to it to make sure it is right, but seeing it helps. In the trim screen it has "before to" and "after to" option. Before to plays the sound before the set start point of the sample or after to would play the sound specified after the end point of the sample. This helps to make seamless loops. It has 4 pad banks A,B,C,D with a button right above the pads so you actually have 64 pads. You can specify mono or poly for each pad. With mono when you hit a pad twice in a row the first sound is cut off and starts over again. With poly the sounds overlap. You can also set simulatnious so when you hit pad A1 it wil also play up to two other pads at the same time. The MPC has a very tight sequencer. As apposed to using a computer as a sequencer especially for drums the MPC is much better. With the "Resample" function you can change the sample rate (the samples quality) and also lower the bit. The MPC 60 is 12 bit. With the 2000xl all you would have to do is change the bit of a sample from 16 to 12. So basically you can do anything the 60 or the 3000 would do or sound like. With the 2000xl you can combine bit rates for example you could lower the bit on your snare and kick to 12 bit. This will give it a rattle sound that will make it sound better, more like real drums. Then your high hats could stay at 16 bit. With the 60 or 3000 you cant adjust the bit or the sample rate.

    You cant use the indvidual 8 outputs and the effects together its one or the other. You can only use the effects through the main outputs. If you hook up just a controller keyboard via midi to the mpc you cant use the modulation wheel or pitch wheel it will make no affect on the sound. For example i have a sound module that does not have a sequencer. Plus a controller keyboard. I cant use the MPC's sequencer to make a piano, bass, or guitar sequence loop. The MPC might be able to do it? You would have to have a keyboard with the sounds and a sequencer in it and then you would just sync it up through midi to the MPC. Say you had 12 different drum sounds and made a sequence then you wanted to play that sequence from a pad. This is what i call "resample" the Asr 10 and Asr x have it. The MPC does not. For instance you could set the pad to mono and then just keep pushing it over at the right times to make a new different sequence. Basicallly it has some limitations. You should check into purchasing other equipment that you want to use in conjuntion with the MPC for compatibility. They could add more funtions for making seamless loops like a function that would normalise volume or make it louder in the middle of the loop and more quiet where the start and end meet, so it would sound more smooth.

    The unit is sturdy enough. You shouldnt be abusing the pads hitting them as hard as you can. I mean there is a computer inside and its a $2000 machine be careful. It is made out of good durable materials. The cover plate is metal. Just be careful for the knobs sticking up, you would want to hit them into somthing while moving it. If you plan to play live with it or move it alot you would need to buy a hard case or a padded bag. Just use common sense.

    The MPC is fun because it is very easy to use and is really not all that complicated. However, it can be used to make some very complicated and dense music if you take the time. Also be aware of every detail in parameters, effects, bit rates etc. Just remember its the user not the equipment. This is a professional sampler it has alot of cool functions that can be taken advantage of, but you have to have some idea of what your doing. Like you can't just buy a guitar and expect to be good right away, same goes with the MPC. The MPC comes with 1 cd with drum sounds that is all. You have to load them yourself it has no internal sounds. It will only play what you sample into it. Be aware you will need to buy 2 16mb or 1 32mb simms memory chips plus a zip drive or cd rom or flash rom or have a computer that has SCSI so you can save samples. All this does not come with the MPC but is necessary for you to be able to use the MPC, otherwise it will be a pain to use you will have to start over every time you turn off the MPC. I highly recommend the Studio Plus version which adds the 8 individual outputs and the EB 16 effects. You can always upgrade the lower ones though. The only other sampler i would get would be by EMU or ROLAND.

    This review was originally published on http://www.musicgearreview.com
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  • Anonymous

    Akai Professional MPC2000XLPublished on 11/17/02 at 12:02
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    Why everyone uses the MPC2000, it's true Aki was hard on the marketing with this machine! ! ! so that every newcomer to the world of sampling come out onto it without knowing they can buy cheaper and better incompaprablement! ! !
    brief. . . its characteristics: very good (ergonomic) but nothing new, I much prefer the original MPC60 and 3000.

    UTILIZATION

    This machine is depressed.

    SOUNDS

    Then, akai s'set really fucking the shit out of people, this BCAN has the appearance of a drum machine in Ralite is a 16bit sampler very very very low end in short, a complete hoax! ! ! the clothes do not make the monk is often said: vridique regarding this machine: remove him his dguisement bar......
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    Why everyone uses the MPC2000, it's true Aki was hard on the marketing with this machine! ! ! so that every newcomer to the world of sampling come out onto it without knowing they can buy cheaper and better incompaprablement! ! !
    brief. . . its characteristics: very good (ergonomic) but nothing new, I much prefer the original MPC60 and 3000.

    UTILIZATION

    This machine is depressed.

    SOUNDS

    Then, akai s'set really fucking the shit out of people, this BCAN has the appearance of a drum machine in Ralite is a 16bit sampler very very very low end in short, a complete hoax! ! ! the clothes do not make the monk is often said: vridique regarding this machine: remove him his dguisement bar sampler: that he is on? ? ?

    aprsrflexion, the same sequence does not worth the price!

    OVERALL OPINION

    I do the workshops for two months, a torture! ! ! I do not deprive it of its qualitspdagogiques and sequencer and pads but nothing new! ! !
    read my article on synthetiseur.net for more arguments and a priori I'm not the only one to have noticed!
    the real sound for rhythm are in the MPC60 / 3000, SP12 / 1200, studio440 Sequential, Ensoniq asr10 / EPS16 + or m (but also in old emax 1 / 2 emax, S900 / S950, most of these machines coupled es has an atari 5000 costs less than for beginners and all options, and especially the sound)
    a word to the wise. . .
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  • Akai Professional MPC2000XLPublished on 03/15/04 at 17:09
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    Good on paper the mpc but it seems vnre dchante quickly .. the machine is too CHRE for what it offers.

    UTILIZATION

    The mauel is unclear but the machine is relatively intuitive in its operation

    SOUNDS

    The sound is good but hey c akai price does not always justified

    OVERALL OPINION

    If I had to redo this purchase and although I do not do it again ... I advise you to estimate your needs .. because the machine is not necessary that what you would have us believe.
  • Akai Professional MPC2000XLPublished on 10/23/04 at 02:15
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    Standard

    UTILIZATION

    Simple and accessible

    SOUNDS

    GM a bank safe. Drumkit really nice.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I will give just a general opinion:
    The MPC2000 is the worstation playstation1 what is the console. basically, she had a successful standard (MRIT long because of its originilatsampleur, squenceur in 1) and its ease of use. As against these days, it became a gadjet deprecated: it means you do with 32MB of sample and 127 General MIDI sounds? For untout little more expensive, offer you instead of the Yamaha RS7000 or roland mc909 home, they will integrate at least one keyboard ... ...
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    Standard

    UTILIZATION

    Simple and accessible

    SOUNDS

    GM a bank safe. Drumkit really nice.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I will give just a general opinion:
    The MPC2000 is the worstation playstation1 what is the console. basically, she had a successful standard (MRIT long because of its originilatsampleur, squenceur in 1) and its ease of use. As against these days, it became a gadjet deprecated: it means you do with 32MB of sample and 127 General MIDI sounds? For untout little more expensive, offer you instead of the Yamaha RS7000 or roland mc909 home, they will integrate at least one keyboard ...
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  • Akai Professional MPC2000XLPublished on 01/27/05 at 09:16
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    Audio Connectors / midi, headphone (to refine your loops even in your thinking ...), how sound? is the infinite seen qu'c'est enrichire you to your mpc sound, your sample image.
    I did not test with PC, but two turntables, a mixer, a little effect from Alesis, and you're off for travel strong, even j'commence a dialogue with the waves .. lol tluriques
    The effect section is optional, I did not, we will see later.

    UTILIZATION

    Simple is a great word, logic is more appropriate and used to it pretty quickly but we have automatically the user manual (which is clear) perso gruss in french on the chopper ss the net too much trouble it is well done (step by step).

    SOUNDS

    The sound......
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    Audio Connectors / midi, headphone (to refine your loops even in your thinking ...), how sound? is the infinite seen qu'c'est enrichire you to your mpc sound, your sample image.
    I did not test with PC, but two turntables, a mixer, a little effect from Alesis, and you're off for travel strong, even j'commence a dialogue with the waves .. lol tluriques
    The effect section is optional, I did not, we will see later.

    UTILIZATION

    Simple is a great word, logic is more appropriate and used to it pretty quickly but we have automatically the user manual (which is clear) perso gruss in french on the chopper ss the net too much trouble it is well done (step by step).

    SOUNDS

    The sound ideal, personal j'fait Hip-Hop and tt the samples have a pure sound, c madness.
    Raliste? Yeah, for the most part
    No effect in my Mpc .. snif
    The legendary Pads ragissent from the hip
    The brass samples, vinyl etc. .... moin top sounds are those of origin (drum), but even there as way to do sth

    OVERALL OPINION

    Ben dipstick since not long, but spent whole evenings over
    Being able to accurately dcouper your loops, ca kills is more intuitive than computer finally is personal ca
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  • Akai Professional MPC2000XLPublished on 05/13/05 at 17:27
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    32 voice polyphony with 16 mono and therefore samples stero
    16 bit 44.1 kHz sampling
    converters faithful
    machine incredibly comprehensive and reliable
    time stretch, advanced editing functions, the track mute.
    unbreakable, indestructible

    UTILIZATION

    The concept sampler / sequencer most successful, this machine is a model of its kind, and apart from the mpc 4000, no machine (kind of) n is more complete ...
    use very simple and very intuitive, with a bone which is the best of the series.

    SOUNDS

    The sound of this machine is not n type, the sound is faithful to the source, but with a range mdium a bit forward as often in akai.
    ok, ok, sounded a little less that a 3000,......
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    32 voice polyphony with 16 mono and therefore samples stero
    16 bit 44.1 kHz sampling
    converters faithful
    machine incredibly comprehensive and reliable
    time stretch, advanced editing functions, the track mute.
    unbreakable, indestructible

    UTILIZATION

    The concept sampler / sequencer most successful, this machine is a model of its kind, and apart from the mpc 4000, no machine (kind of) n is more complete ...
    use very simple and very intuitive, with a bone which is the best of the series.

    SOUNDS

    The sound of this machine is not n type, the sound is faithful to the source, but with a range mdium a bit forward as often in akai.
    ok, ok, sounded a little less that a 3000, which, itself, one that sounds less emulatorIII etc, etc ... But compare a sampler sampler Ensoniq akai e-mu, c is somewhat like comparing a fender gibson one, ssl or neve, a tube is a tube regardless of the instrument used to do and a piece of shit Fairlight and Synclavier will always be a piece of shit ..;
    c is the music that we need to focus, and the mpc 2000 is a machine that will help you there, and that does not detract from what you put into it .. Those critics are not too credible, it is the same waiting for their equipment that gives them the intention and attitude to music that they try to .. Kurt Cobain was ringing guitar No matter what, because people n not hear "the sound" but the intention and energy that s DGIG ...
    The mpc 2000 sounds good and it will never betray the samples you put in!

    OVERALL OPINION

    The best quality / price to start (.. with a good margin in my opinion)
    a concept gnial door more ...
    squenceur the best quality audio hardware coupled a very very correct price is ok in fact an absolute REFERENCE!
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  • Akai Professional MPC2000XLPublished on 09/20/05 at 01:59
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    ... Short, this sampler with the range from 60 bcf roger linn are a must for a designer-oriented hip hop music, with a sp 12 or 1200 and at the asr 10 sampler for over ten years is c the reference, today is c true computer but the question is simply whether you're a beatmaker or you're a fucking programateur computer! oh yes there are also "sampler" style home mv 8000 roland mpc 4000 or the machine but these are expensive and more complex for the same result because they are shielded from some functions which use really, thank you .. . and good prod.
    ps. I put 10 for the mpc 2000 but I strongly advise the mpc 1000 to purchase nine

    UTILIZATION

    Very easy to use personal g started to......
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    ... Short, this sampler with the range from 60 bcf roger linn are a must for a designer-oriented hip hop music, with a sp 12 or 1200 and at the asr 10 sampler for over ten years is c the reference, today is c true computer but the question is simply whether you're a beatmaker or you're a fucking programateur computer! oh yes there are also "sampler" style home mv 8000 roland mpc 4000 or the machine but these are expensive and more complex for the same result because they are shielded from some functions which use really, thank you .. . and good prod.
    ps. I put 10 for the mpc 2000 but I strongly advise the mpc 1000 to purchase nine

    UTILIZATION

    Very easy to use personal g started to make real with instrumentals, after several days, never open the manual, there is no point reading it you can just open it sporadically when it crashes.

    SOUNDS

    Filters for me c enough because I only work with very rarely if ca dynamic question remains worth the sound is fat it looks like a mpc 3000.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use the MPC 2000 XL sampler as principal for 3 years and g absolutely no complaints over price-quality level was what was being done better since landing the mpc 1000, I have a lot of samplers and I ais tried a dozen, today I urge those who wish to acquire a producing mpc 2000XL or better yet a mpc 1000, but never a 4000 is better put his tunes in the main ie a sampler / sequencer type mpc classic laissont and the widgets and other fantasies which are not used to much to Captain Kurk and mr spok ... salute.
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