JavaScript seems to be disabled in your browser. For the best experience on our site, be sure to turn on Javascript in your browser. With built-in sampling functionality, a sound library, effects, and performance-driven features, iMPC Pro brings the functionality of Akai Professional's coveted Music Production Center to your iPad. Developed in partnership with Retronyms, the developers of the original iMPC, iMPC Pro comes with numerous enhancements for creating when inspiration strikes. It combines multiple sampling methods, core MPC features, a custom sample library from Richard Devine, and an intuitive gestural editor to create an advanced music sampling and creation platform for iOS. Each of the 64 tracks has a dedicated, automatable mixer channel that features a gain fader, 3-band EQ, pan, and four effect sends.

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A: No. The iMPC app will function as a standalone app. MPC hardware is not required. Note, the virtual Pads on the iPad screen are not velocity sensitive. A: Yes. All samples included with the iMPC app are royalty free, and will not require any subsequent royalties to use them in your original productions.

The iMPC app has a built in sampler capable of recording up to 10 seconds. You can record from the internal mic or directly from the line input. Additionally you can sample from any music file within your iTunes Music on the iPad. You can import your own samples through iTunes File Sharing in the apps menu for your iPad.

All samples must be in. WAV format. Press again to release Latch. The iMPC app does not feature multi-level undo. All transport will operate as they did on MPC A: To record over a playing track, press and hold the Overdub button. While you continue to hold the Overdub button, press the Play button. A: The iMPC app allows for recording of to 4 tracks within the app itself.

Import your project into the MPC desktop software to continue developing your track. Running Retronyms free Tabletop app, you can run multiple instances of the iMPC app allowing for a total of 8 tracks.

A class compliant device is one that doesn't require extra drivers to connect your Windows or Macintosh computer, or to your iPad. Class compliant devices use drivers which are built into the host i.

If it connects automatically to any computer without requiring you to install drivers from a website or a disk, it is probably class compliant. The iPad can also supply power to connected USB devices. However, through the course of several updates and revisions, Apple has decreased the amount of electrical power the iPad is allowed to supply connected USB devices. This means that some devices that draw only a little power can power themselves off of what the iPad supplies.

However, devices that require more power may not find the iPad USB connection sufficient. Furthermore, Apple can and has altered how much power the iPad can offer connected devices.

So, what may have worked in the past, may not necessarily work in the future. This will help ensure any connected devices have enough power to operate. However, you can access a piano roll or step sequencer editing window by running the iMPC through Retronyms free Tabletop app. A: Some longer samples will continue to play out, even after track playback has stopped. To stop all playback, as well as longer triggered samples, double press the stop button twice.

A: Requires iOS 5. Compatible with iPhone, and iPod touch. This app is optimized for iPhone 5. However, we are looking into these features for a possible future update.

We are always looking to add new content for our users. Additional content will be available within the iMPC app itself when it is available. Click here for more information about AudioCopy and a list of compatible apps. You can export your songs directly through iTunes to your computer.

All exports include a Project file, Sequence data, and all Wav files used on the pads. Latest Articles. What do I do?


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Search for sound by name across all sounds. Search will automatically show results as you type. Connect your iPad to your computer, and open iTunes. You can check and convert sample rates with free desktop utilities such as Audacity. AudioPaste is a smart clipboard that lets you capture audio from any source and hundreds of compatible apps. Enhance AudioCopy with the free standalone app and it will give you access to all your copied clips, organized by app, advanced editing, sharing, and audio capture capabilities.



IMPC Pro workflow? ByAndrewnow Sat Jul 25, pm. Hi all. Loving the impc pro app. I'm quite comfortable with most of the basic functions - but as there's no MANUAL hint, hint it's been a case of carefully feeling my way around each part of the app by trial and error until I get the hang of it. I still find myself getting lost, accidentally deleting stuff, getting confused etc. A step-by step guide?

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