Dopeness: ME x @Akai_Pro MPC Renaissance

I have had the honor of being a part of the development of the new MPC. Being that I have made 85% of my hits using an MPC (60II, 4K, 3K, and 2500), I’m so glad that Green Lantern put me down with this. Working closely with Daniel Gill, Charles Dixon, and the legendary Sean C. (from the production duo Sean C. and LV) this new MPC defies all of the odds. What they have done is combined the legendary use and mechanisms of the MPC 3000 (my favorite) with the thought process of today’s producer. The hardware vs. software concept works seamless in this new MPC. And it reads all of your old .snd, .prg, .aif files and it comes with some of the most bold sounds and synths I have ever heard. Not to mention you can use it stand alone or along side your favorite programs (FL, Logic Pro, Pro Tools; etc.). I am just so excited about this new product. Just the few times that I have sequenced on it, I felt my creativity level go up by leaps and bounds. This product will be released sometime in the summer. I am going on record to say that this is going to revolutionize music like the original MPC did back in the ’80s.

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Akai MPC Renaissance

THEY BROUGHT THIS FOR ME AN B.COX TO TRY OUT, I CANT WAIT TO GET MINE

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Akai enters the new year with a big announcement – the MPC Renaissance. The new system is an integrated hardware/software solution and looks to be a worthy successor to the original MPC.
“Fusing Akai Professional’s legendary MPC layout and workflow with the power of your computer, MPC Renaissance is an unrivaled instrument for music production. The new flagship is a fully integrated hardware/software system: MPC Renaissance allows you to create using classic hardware controls and an integrated pop-up display, while it’s exclusive MPC Software empowers you with unprecedented, expandable production capabilities on your Mac or PC.”

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