Akai Professional released MPC 2.0

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Akai Professional announced the official release of MPC 2.0. Released after an extensive beta testing period, MPC 2.0 is compatible with Mac and PC, works either alone as your main DAW or integrates seamlessly into your DAW of choice as a VST, AU, AAX plug-in. Sporting a redesigned, easy-to-use interface, MPC 2.0 represents a huge leap forward in the beat-production software category by adding a formidable set of new features including:

  • Audio track recording
  • Real-time time-stretching and pitch-shifting
  • Audio and MIDI drag-and-drop
  • Redesigned user interface
  • Ableton Link support
  • 64-bit audio
  • Bluetooth 4.0 MIDI support
  • Advanced signal routing capability – submixes FX returns, multi-output support
  • Reimagined mixer layout
  • Enhanced Q-Link control

Designed to provide a tactile and immersive hardware-software experience, MPC 2.0 works flawlessly with Akai Professional’s industry-defining MPC line of controllers, as well as the newest standalone units. Supported models are: MPC X, MPC Live, MPC Touch, MPC Studio Black, MPC Renaissance, MPC Studio, MPC Element and the MPK2 line of keyboard controllers.

MPC 2.0 Upgrade Paths | The upgrade paths for all current MPC owners are as follows:
MPC X: FREE
MPC Live: FREE
MPC Touch: FREE
MPC Studio Black: FREE if registered after January 1, 2017/ $99.99 if registered before
MPC Renaissance: $99.99
MPC Studio: $99.99
MPC Element: $149.99
MPK225, MPK249, MPK261: $149.99

More info here: Akai Professional | MPC 2.0

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