akai mpc fly : la mpc pour ipad 2 (matos)


Akai vient de dévoiler la troisième machine de sa série de nouvelles MPC. Après la Renaissance et le modèle Studio, voici la MPC Fly, développée pour l’iPad 2. A voir donc si ça vaut plus qu’un gadget ou non.

Détails :
HARDWARE
The first MPC designed specifically for iPad 2
Fitted compartment for iPad 2 provides fully integrated portable MPC solution
16 backlit genuine MPC pads with MPC Note Repeat & MPC Swing
Works seamlessly with the MPC App: sequence & sample editing, effects, EQ and more
Create beats on the go and transfer to a Mac or PC for further mastering
Double-hinged case sits upright, lies flat or closes for transport
Compatible with virtually any Core MIDI app
Built-in rechargeable lithium-ion battery
Charges iPad when plugged into wall power

iPad APP
Sequence four tracks simultaneously: four-track mixer built in
Built in sound library of samples and drum kits
Record and overdub sequences and create and edit your own Programs
16-Levels mode: play one sample at 16 levels of attack, velocity, length, and tuning
Note variation slider allows you to manipulate attack, velocity, length, and tuning as you play
Built-in effects: delay, bit crusher, master compressor/limiter
Time correct: 1/8 note – 1/32T with variable Swing setting
Note Repeat: 1/8 note – 1/32T timing
Sample using internal mic or line-in and trim and categorize samples
Sample from your iPod library with turntable interface
Share on SoundCloud, Facebook or twitter
Supports WIST, Wireless Sync Start protocol from Korg
Supports AudioPaste

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