AKAI Professional MPC One

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  • Operates in standalone (without computer) and with computer as a controller for MPC software (included)
  • Full-colour 7-inch multi-touch display
  • 16 Touch-sensitive RGB pads
  • 2 GB RAM
  • 4 GB onboard storage space (expandable via SD card)
  • 5 Encoders for data input
  • Classic MPC functions such as note repeat, 16 levels and full level
  • Integrated synth engines: Electric, Tubesynth and Bassline
  • Integrated AIR FX for mixing & mastering
  • 8 CV/Gate outputs for 3.5 mm TRS cables (compatible with Mono TS cables)
  • 2 USB 3.0 inputs for USB sticks or MIDI controllers (1x type A, 1x type B)
  • MIDI In/Out
  • 2 Inputs: 6.35 mm TRS
  • 2 Outputs: 6.35 mm TRS
  • Dimensions (W x D x H): 272 x 272 x 53 mm
  • Weight: 2.1 kg
  • Includes power supply unit (19 V DC, 3.42 A), MPC software (download) for Mac & PC, 2 GB sample content
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Further Information

Display Yes
Pads 16
Fader(s) 0
Effects Yes
Sampling Function Yes
Storage Medium Internal
MIDI interface 1x In, 1x Out
USB Yes
Number of analog outputs 2
Headphone Output Yes

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Hard to work with, but extremely useful
NameOfNick, 08.12.2020
First off: I'm not yet that experienced with the MPC One, as find little free time to actually sit down and work with it. That being said, I have spent some weekends completely enveloped in it.
It's a great drum machine. Playing a set of drums or samples is as easy and intuitive as it can get. I don't have any previous experience with velocity and aftertouch sensitive pads, so I needed some time to "get" them, but once you're over that phase, it feels just like tapping on your table with your finger (which I like to do, play drums sometimes also).
If melodic instruments are more your thing, you probably don't want to use just the pads, even though the MPC has quite a few different note/cord/etc. presets for many many different genres of music, so sometimes you can get a great idea by just slamming random pads. Pair up a MIDI keyboard and you're done. If the "sample your own instruments" vibe doesn't suit you, that's not a problem. You can sample them, but when you're recording your finished project, you can just *boop* change the track from sample-based to MIDI and record the live instrument (if it connects to MIDI anyway). It has millions of features, truly making it a hardware DAW.
There are a lot more good things to say, but you've probably noticed I gave handling a 3/5. The entire workflow is pretty damn weird and unintuitive. Most functions cannot be found where you would expect them to be. Some functions you would expect would be accessible on buttons are hidden in menus. Speaking of menus, every menu where you have to choose between a lot of options opens on only a third of the screen. This makes working with a lot of samples almost impossible, as you can only see the first like 10 characters of the filename (this can be worked around by using certain filenaming conventions). They could just extend the menu to the entire screen, the extra space helps no one (they even blur it out). Akai is pumping out features lately, so maybe they could polish the existing features sometime, which they probably will.
Tl;dr: Feature packed, can do absolutely anything you want it to, but can be finnicky and unintuitive.
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Unbeatable for the price
SakisX, 05.09.2020
Pros:
Standalone, compact ,many buttons plus touchscreen, responsive pads ,nice synth engine , sampler . superb integration with the software .
Cons:
-Can’t record audio to clip and loop (like force, or push 2). As a workaround you can use the looper ,but can’t “explode” overdubs to separate clips
-No pitch envelope (for real?)
-No loop end point (it’s tied to sample’s end)
-No loop or sample’s start/end point modulation
-No portamento
-No disk streaming (forget long tracks)
-Bugs on current 2.8.1 firmware
-Terrible content browser
-SD card not showing on PC

Overall ,it’s great piece of gear ,already knew the current limitations (you can download the free MPC Beats software to get an idea, or demo the MPC Software but on hardware navigation is way easier) , hopefully the current bugs would be fixed soon.
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Ogunya, 08.01.2021
Creates nasty ground loop if USB connected to the PC and output is connected with the audio interface. I fix it with USB 1.1 galvanic decouple which adds more cost the product. For instance my Novation Bass Station is used the same way but the company is smart and no ground loops. Not max on features as they decided to remove the sd card transfer via USB.
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FIRST ATTEMPT AT MPC WORLD
Miguel A Sanchez, 06.04.2020
This has been my first attempt to learn how to deal with the MPC world, this product is excellent : soundwise, build is quite sturdy, the learning curve is a bit steep if you are coming from Ableton because things are done in a different way...but I am absolutely loving
Ah and it has the same software as the MPC ilive, no hard drive option or battery but you can avoid the hurdle with a cheap SD card and a nearby socket.
It is definitely a keeper !!! your beats will sound different and so will your sample mashups !
Os lo recomiendo 100 por cien despues de empaparos de uno buenos tutoriales para la MPC One o la Live.
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