MPC-inspired production essentials, a Gen 2 enhanced dynamic keybed and tight integration with any music production app makes MPK mini mk3 the ultimate go- anywhere beat making tool.
If you want the gritty sounds of yesteryear's classic samplers then Sample X, modeled on vintage hardware like the EMU SP1200, SP16 and AKAI s900, aims to please and lets you add your own personality.
With standalone production capability, rechargeable battery, built-in monitors, CV/Gate connectivity and MIDI Multi functionality - Akai MPC Live II is truly fit to carry the name of its predecessor.
Isotonik Studios have collaborated with Mark Towers to bring Akai Fire users the new Crossfire Euclidean Mode as M4L for Ableton Live users.
New MPC One features Akai Professional's premier multi-core processor and delivers the ultimate in standalone performance to a new generation of beatmakers.
Find out what's new and what's coming up for the Akai Pro Force including its impressive Ableton Control integration by joining this exclusive Beta program.
Stack two vintage AKAI hardware synths together to make something unique? Why not! And it just happens to be very affordable and sound great. Hollin Jones discovered the UVI UVX670.
From grid automation and step automation for AKAI MPC and Force, there's a whole lot of new features to marvel over in the latest updates from Akai Pro.
Get the classic sound of vintage Akai hardware on your Mac or PC with the latest sound bank from UVI, UVX670. Here's what you need to know.
These standalone music production/DJ performance tools now offer users immediate wi-fi access to their own Splice library directly from the touch user interface
Update introduces new Launch/Note Mode, side-chain compression (the Mother Ducker), updated recording preferences and improved auditioning of samples/loops.
Wanna go DAWless? Akai's standalone music production/DJ performance Force has clip launching, step sequencing, sampling, synths and a 7-in touch display and captures the modern clip-based workflow.
Word on the rumour mill is that Akai Pro are about to release a brand new Ableton Live hardware controller which looks like a cross between MPC Live, an APC and an Ableton Push.
New software update enables MPC X, MPC Live and MPC Software 2 users to take advantage of three great new built-in synthesizers - TubeSynth, Bassline and Electric, and other upgrades.
AKAI software and hardware is known for its abilities with loops, samples and slicing - so what better fit that partnering with Splice, a loop and sample expert? Here's what they're cooking up.