EDM News: Akai Launches iMPC App For iPhone- Make New Electronic Music In The Palm Of Your Hand


EDM News: Akai Launches iMPC App For iPhone- Make New Electronic Music In The Palm Of Your Hand

Ok so you're gonna be bummed out if you just got a Samsung phone so you could be the first to have Manga Carta earlier this summer. Not only was the album not Jay-Z's best work, but now Akai just announced the iMPC app exclusively for the iPhone.

Now you have all the classic MPC functionality to make new electronic music in your hand. From laying down ideas to recording a full song, this app pretty much does it all. Best part is it's $2.99. No, that is not a typo . . . it is two dollars and ninety-nine cents.

So if you're not feeling Jiggaman's album, play like Dangermouse and make your own version. Timbaland infomercial not included.

Here's the dirty dirty:

More than 600 samples, 45 editable programs, and 80 editable sequences
Exclusive iMPC sound set and classic Akai Professional sound library
Sample from iPhone mic, line-in, or iTunes using multi-touch turntable interface
3D Perform control allows you to twist and tweak samples with motion
Export tracks to MPC Software for use with MPC Renaissance and MPC Studio
In-app SoundCloud community, powered by CloudSeeder
Share on SoundCloud, Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, or export to your computer
16 Levels mode: 16 levels of attack, velocity, length, and tuning
Note Variation slider: adjust attack, velocity, length, and tuning as you play
Trim and categorize samples, undo takes and erase samples
Create new sequences, record and overdub beats
Live Sequence queuing for real-time performance and playback
Simple drag and drop program creation
Built-in effects: delay, bit crusher, master compressor/limiter
Time correct: 1/8 note – 1/32T with variable swing
Note Repeat: 1/8 note – 1/32T timing, with latch
Supports WIST, wireless Sync Start protocol from Korg
AudioCopy beats and sequences to compatible apps
AudioPaste samples from compatible apps

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