Using Logic Pro With The Akai MPC

Learn how with a new e-book from MPC-Samples.com      23/09/11
Using Logic Pro With The Akai MPC


MPC-Samples.com has announces its latest e-book, Using Logic Pro With the Akai MPC, featuring 50 pages of easy-to-follow tutorials dedicated to solving all the common problems MPC producers face when integrating Apple Logic Pro in their studio.
Topics inside the book include:
  • Initial hardware and software set up
  • Using Logic as a sound module for your MPC
  • Syncing Logic with the MPC
  • Recording your MPC sequences to Logic as MIDI
  • Tracking your MPC beats as audio
MPC-Samples.com tell us that all topics are accompanied with detailed instructions and clear screen shots from Logic and the most popular MPC models; MPC1000, MPC2500, MPC500, MPC5000, MPC2000/XL, as well as examples for the 'JJ' operating system. Also included are all example project files, letting you recreate the tutorials in both your MPC and Logic.
Andy Avgousti, owner of MPC-Samples.com, told Sonic State, ""Most MPC users need to use a DAW like Logic Pro in their every day music production, but often find themselves bogged down with frustrating syncing or MIDI issues. This new book was written to show just how easy it can be to use Logic Pro with an MPC, guiding you quickly and effortlessly through all common stumbling blocks so MPC beat makers can just get on with what they love doing; making beats!"
Requirements:
  • Computer running Logic Pro 9
  • An Akai MPC 5000/500/2500/1000/2000XL/2000, running Akai official OS or JJ OS (any version).
  • Basic understanding of using the main functions of an MPC, such as loading project files, recording and editing sequences, etc.
Technical Specification:
  • Contents: 50 page PDF e-book, plus example tutorial files
  • Format: PDF with Logic project files & MPC Project files
  • Download Size: 18.9MB
Pricing and Availability:
'Using Logic Pro with the Akai MPC' is available exclusively at mpc- samples.com for $7.99, and can be downloaded instantly after purchase. More information:

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