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Akai Professional reigns supreme with new MPC X

49 Years old here :facepalm: When the original "Akai" MPC60 came out, the list price was $5,500! I worked for a family owned musical instrument distributing company at the time and was able to buy one at a great price when they first came out. When it finally arrived...

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MPC60, SP1200 Drums Questions.

...into preamps etc. For this, I have two MPC2500 that are for sample playback and some sampling. I also have an MPC60 that is great but I don’t use it as much just due to its limitations in practical life. I could always get a CF holder or FDD emulator and could make it more...

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Akai MG614 Tape Sync my question, is... Does any know if these units can be dasiy chained together. Example 2 MG614’s and Mpc60. Mpc60 tape sync out to Mg614 tape sync in, Mg614 sync out to Mg614 sync in Mg614 sync out to MPC60 sync in? I already have 1 MG614 I’m just contemplating getting another unit....

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16 Voice polyphonic classic sampler workstation. Designed by Roger Linn. The samper itself is 12 bit, 40 KHz but uses very good sounding converters, it has a sound but is punchy when needed. The memory was upgradable from 768 KByte to 1.5 Mbyte. It has the 16 Akai soft pads with velocity and aftertouch. The sequencer has a very tight feel with a musical swing, and can hold 20 songs, 99 sequences, 99 tracks and has 60.000 note velocity. It has a full MIDI specification, MTC, SMPTE, FSK24, Pulse 96 ppqn and click input. The production started in 1988.