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Akai MPCs for Sale on Reverb

Whether you know it as the MIDI Production Center or Music Production Center, one thing rings true: The Akai MPC is a serious piece of work. First designed by Roger Linn, creator of the LM-1 and LinnDrum drum machines, the Akai MPC was created with sonic experimentalists in mind. Made up of a 4x4 grid of rubberized pads, the MPC is a full production workstation, capable of sampling short (or long) pieces of music, sequencing tracks, or being the brain within a multi-piece hardware rig.

Single-handedly changing music history by helping push the evolution of hip-hop and house music, these days you don’t have to break the bank to own this instrument. And new models also come with many built-in virtual instruments and sounds that were never possible with vintage machines.

Available in multiple configurations, today's models include the MPC One or MPC Live II. Unless you need more I/O connectivity, the now-discontinued MPC Live is a great deal on the used market, since it can do nearly everything the Live II can do for a cheaper price. However, older models like the original MPC60, hip-hop favorite MPC3000, and the compact MPC1000 are still prized by beatmaking enthusiasts everywhere.

Learn more about the MPC in our "Brief History of the Akai MPC."

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