Akai announces MPK 25

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Akai MPK 25

Akai Professional has announced the MPK 25, the latest addition to its MPK series of keyboard controllers with MPC pads.

The MPK25 is a portable keyboard controller with MPC production controls. The MPK25 scales down the keyboard by 24 keys, retaining the utility, capability, and flexibility that makes the MPK series one of a kind. Its smaller, more portable size makes the MPK25 the perfect travel companion. Its small footprint can fit in your lap on the couch or on a plane, enabling you to create tracks whenever inspiration strikes. All you need is your laptop and the MPK25.

MPK 25 features

  • 25-key semi-weighted keyboard with aftertouch for expressive melodic creativity.
  • MPC-pad section of 12 genuine MPC pads with pressure and velocity sensitivity.
  • MPC pads access four banks each for instant access to 48 samples.
  • Assignable Q-Link controller section for flexible control of most software parameters.
  • Two banks of 12 Q-Link knobs and four buttons, two banks each.
  • Dedicated transport controls for tracking and editing.
  • MPC Note Repeat, MPC Swing, and arpeggiator aid in creative process.
  • MPC Full Level, MPC 12-Level, Tap Tempo, and Time Division assist with tempo and dynamics.
  • MIDI output over USB, bus powered, class compliant: plug and play with one USB cable.
  • Comes with Ableton Live Lite Akai Edition software.
  • Works with most MIDI recording, sequencing, and performance software.

The MPK25 will be available in Q2 at an MSRP of $399.99 and an estimated street price of $299.99.

Visit Akai Professional for more information.

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jjjismy2009년 1월 19일 « jjjis the empty show room

[…] Akai MPK 25, 25-key Keyboard Controller with MPC pads 이런거 보면 갈등 때린다. 일단 투턴이나 맞춰놓고 뭘 하든가 해야지… 어휴… 8채널 믹서 딸랑 하나 갖고 할 수 있는 건 피드백… 할 만큼 해봤다.2009-01-18 02:53:09 […]

Adam
Adam

I’ve used one of these and the pads really are like the MPC’s but the knobs feel a bit cheap.

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