Akai MPD32 Basics

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Akai MPD32 Basics

TaurusBeats covers Akai MPD32 Basics and clears confusion about the MIDI Controller

TaurusBeats covers Akai MPD32 Basics and clears confusion about the MIDI Controller


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Akai MPD32 Basics

This video shows some basic information about the Akai MPD32, which I use to make sample flip beats in Propellerhead Reason, on a Windows-based PC.

Beatmaking tutorial - Akai MPD32 - Akai MPD32 Basics

In this video, I discuss:
- MPD32 USB/MIDI Controller
- NO SAMPLES ARE STORED in the MPD32 USB/MIDI Controller
- Difference Between MPC and MPC

Time: 2:45

This post is about: MPD32, Reason, Akai MPD32, MPD

Want to get an Akai MPD32 USB/MIDI Hardware Control Surface to use with Propellerhead Reason in order to make sample flips and other beats?

In this video, Akai MPD32 Basics Part 1, I cover some basic points about the device for beginners who want to know how to use the Akai MPD32 USB/MIDI controller with Digital Audio Workstation (DAW) software such as Propellerheads Reason, Image Line's FL Studio, and others.

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