Create any beat with just the tip of your fingers with the MPC Touch from Akai. This is a Drum Machine / MIDI controller for music production. Featuring a 7" multi-touch screen the MPC Touch allows you to grab and pinch waveforms, draw MIDI events, adjust envelopes, chop samples, add effects and precisely set controls. The Touch also features controls like a transport setup for playback and recording, a set of four touch-sensitive knobs, a Data Encoder knob for push and twist control of various parameters and a full complement of 16 fully assignable velocity sensitive MPC pads. A main menu button allows you to configure tracks and programs of sequences for on-board MPC instruments, while a browser control gives you access over your computer's internal and external hard disks for sample, sequence, and song loading. This MPC Touch is in good working and cosmetic condition. The unit only presents a pair of minuscule cosmetic imperfections like a hair thin scratch line on the right side panel and a small dent in the first of the control knobs located at the right side of the top panel of the unit. This Touch includes: - Original Box - Power supply - USB cable This drum machine and controller DOES NOT INCLUDE carrying bag, flight case, cover, XLR, TRS, RCA or any type of audio cable, Instructions, any type of software or any other type of accessory that has not been previously mentioned.
7" color multi-touch display
16 velocity-sensitive MPC pads
2 TRS inputs
XYFX control
Phrase Looper

Listed2 months ago
ConditionVery Good (Used)
Very Good items may show a few slight marks or scratches but are fully functional and in overall great shape.learn more
  • MPC Touch Drum Machine Controller

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Sam Ash Music

Hicksville, NY, United States
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