Akai Announces MPC Firmware 2.0.5

A major performance update for MPC X and MPC Live.
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Akai Professional has announced a major performance update for MPC X and MPC Live, version 2.0.5. The new update features the following:

  • Ableton link via Wi-Fi
  • Bluetooth 4.0 MIDI support
  • Audio warping and time-stretching on the individual drum pad level
  • Improved audio and program editing
  • Enhanced support for storage expansion
  • More workflow and functionability improvements

Read the details of the update here!

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