AKAI PRO ARAABMUZIK MPC Expansion Pack

Akai Professional has teamed up with one of his most prolific MPC users in AraabMusik to release its first artist Series Expansion Pack. The expansion includes over 1.3GB of samples and kits/melodics, all pre-mapped into MPC programs for instant availability and music production.
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Akai Professional has teamed up with one of his most prolific MPC users in AraabMusik to release its first artist Series Expansion Pack.

The expansion includes over 1.3GB of samples and kits/melodics, all pre-mapped into MPC programs for instant availability and music production.

If you do not know ho AraabMusik is, I would say you might be living under a rock. He was the main producer for artist like Camron and the Dipset crew. If you ever seen vids or memes of a little dude just finger drumming like crazy with funny comments like" i heard he fingered a girl once... she died"...you might know ho it is. He also is one of the first pad drumming performers to have performed at festivals across the world. He literally pad drums for like an hour straight. Yeah he's definitely doing the dam thing. Now you can get access to over 1GB of his sounds that he's incorporated throughout his career so far.

U.S. retail pricing of the araabMUZIK Expansion Pack is $59.99 and is available immediately by digital download which also includes an additional bonus download of araabMUZIK’s new E.P. titled “King.”

As always, peep the press release for more info from the people at Akai.

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