AKAI Professional MPC One


Centro de producción musical

  • Funcionamiento Standalone (sin necesidad de ordenador) y soporte para ordenador como controlador para Software MPC (incluido)
  • Pantalla a todo color Multi-Touch de 7 pulgadas
  • 16 Pads RGB sensibles a la velocidad
  • 2GB de RAM
  • Amacenamiento interno de 4GB (ampliable vía tarjeta SD)
  • 5 Encoders para introducción de datos
  • Clásicas funciones MPC como Note-Repeat, 16 Levels y Full Level
  • Motores de sintetizador integrados: Electric, Tubesynth y Bassline
  • AIR FX integrado para Mixing & Mastering
  • 8 salidas CV/Gate para cable minijack de 3,5 mm TRS (compatible con cables mono TS)
  • 2 entradas USB 3.0 para memorias USB o controlador MIDI (1x Typ A, 1x Typ B)
  • Entrada y salida MIDI
  • 2 entradas: Jack de 6,35 mm TRS
  • 2 salidas: Jack de 6,35 mm TRS
  • Medidas (An x Pr x Al): 272 x 272 x 53 mm
  • Peso: 2.1 kg
  • Incluye fuente de alimentación (19V DC, 3.42A), Software MPC (descarga online) para Mac y PC, contenido en Samples de 2GB con sonidos de batería y Loops
  • Caja disponible de forma opcional bajo art. n.° 494121 (no incluido) o bien art. n.° 491799 (no incluido)
Disponible desde Febrero 2020
número de artículo 482641
Precio por 1 Unidad(es)
Voces de polifonía 64
Almacenamiento interno
Medio de almacenamiento Tarjeta SD
Formato de fichero WAV
Time Stretching
Interfaz MIDI 1x In, 1x Out
Entradas analógicas 2
Salidas analógicas 2
Salida digital No
Construcción Sobremesa (Desktop)
Pads 16
Fader 0
Función Sampling 1
Funcionamiento USB, MIDI
Número de salidas analógicas 2
Conexión para auriculares 1
Particularidades Ninguna
Ampliaciones opcionales Ninguna
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659 €
Sin gastos de envío e incluyendo IVA.
Disponible dentro de 5-7 semanas
Disponible dentro de 5-7 semanas

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Necesita dedicación
hipercollector 28.01.2021
Tal como llega el producto, si no has usado nunca una unidad como ésta, es difícil hacerse idea de cómo funcionan las mil y una cosas que hace. Por tanto decidí buscar un buen manual sobre MPC One, lo encontré, imprimí, y ahora tengo más de 600 páginas de información para aprender! Al margen de ésto, la One suena genial cuando uso sus demos o practico lo primero que me viene a la cabeza. También he conseguido pasar todo el sonido de mis distintos módulos para que pueda samplear cualquier performance en vivo. Creo que con el tiempo será un punto clave en mi producción en vivo.
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Gran dispositivo
Kem F 05.06.2021
Buena construcción, muy poderosa y muchas funciones. Eso es lo que la hace poco intuitiva y por eso su workflow no me ha gustado.
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Lamentablemente hubo un error. Por favor, inténtelo de nuevo más tarde.
Jaydee Hollywood 15.07.2021
My full opinion:
I think MPC One (and series) is the greatest ting into sampler’s world. It’s not the all-time classic hardware that may record, upload and reproduce sounds, the central and great difference is THE SOFTWARE into the unit.

The physical part of this Akai artifact: The touchscreen, knobs, pads and buttons are the controls to act over samples with your hands. The software onboard acts like a multitrack “DAW”. In the close form like Cubase, Ableton, Logic, Nuendo and etc may do it.

You can configure knobs to act over filter, modulation, mix, panning, volume and all possible options. Is possible too create and modify easily automation in all controls.

MPC ONE is like a fusion between a laptop, DAW software and factory samples onboard ready to start a song. That´s the reason why is too great. Other samplers series in the market don´t come with own advanced software.

If your are an experienced user of Romplers like Nexus, Avenger, and many more, you´ll be positive surprised with this unit… because with dedicated work and detailed order you may build into this device your own rompler style sounds collections, self expansion packs if you wish. And using that stuff, produce your amazing hits.

A non common use:
Beyond to make music or noise with this unit, It will be a helpful machine to be a mobile recording studio in a box. You can load background music, record your voice, other speeches, Sfx and create a Radio show or any commercial recording. This ting records more than just samples or rap lines.

An experimental use:
One of the functions for samples is “match to tempo” it means, a process into the software may adjust all the samples in a song to the same BPM. Well I started to use it like a DJ station, and It works, but not like a typical controller, It was just an experiment.

A tip for users:
Into software functions and controls, is not present a SideChain Compressor. But it can be easily done with modulation, notch- filter, eq or volume automation … or that four process together.

How easy is work with MPC ONE???

After unpack it, 15 minutes later sure you are doing the basics for a cool song, really it happens. BUT advanced functions needs attention, read the manual, practice. Controls are not complicated, but some of the software functions are into menus you need to know step by step. One month with this piece of technology in one hand and the manual in the other hand and you going to love this unit. I’m sure. Just be patient.

MPC ONE works with VST Instruments???
NO, but into the factory software this unit has on board two synthesizers (part of the software), this plug-ins and internal presets may be activated with just one click. AND many other similar plug-ins may be downloaded. This instrument expansions are Akai exclusive format. Maybe in the future we can download more synths and presents like samples libraries.

Video Demo:
You may follow this link in order to see how this powerful unit can works for your next great production. Its done by Akai… is clearly explained.
Final words:
I’m really happy working with this unit, it's really a great and a wonderful hybrid workstation. It combines the well done fame from AKAI samplers hardware and the future workstations with on board software to make All-in-one devices. You going to love it, I’m sure.

What about THOMANN?
Thomann was my best option to buy after compare other services and an extra advantage is: 3 YEARS OF WARRANTY… If your MPC ONE explode like a bomb in that time, don’t worry. They fix it :)

Thanks for read it… thanks a lot.
Jesus Arze a.k.a. Jaydee Hollywood.
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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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