Akai MPC Touch Announced [Video]

AKAI PROFESSIONAL has announced the latest incarnation of its' award winning controller, the MPC. The newest version, entitled the MPC Touch, is exactly as the name implies as it features a 7" touch screen that revolutionizes the famous controller.
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AKAI PROFESSIONAL has announced the latest incarnation of its' award winning controller, the MPC. The newest version, entitled the MPC Touch, is exactly as the name implies as it features a 7" touch screen that revolutionizes the famous controller. With the addition of the touch screen, you can now grab and pinch waveforms, draw midi events, chop sample and add effects using your fingertips. With this new feature combined with the legendary feel, sound and pads of the MPC, this is definitely a controller of the future.

We'll have one of these in the DJbooth.net lab for the full review treatment as soon as they are available! Stay tuned and check out the full press release below for more information.

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