Turn your iPad into an MPC with more than 1,200 samples, 50 editable programs, 80 editable sequences, and iconic MPC workflow.
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iMPC brings the look and feel of the classic Akai Pro MPC to your iPad. iMPC includes everything you need to create a beat quickly and easily. With features including built-in effects, plus the ability to create new sequences and record and overdub beats, the possibilities are endless. The app’s built-in sampler can record samples three different ways: using the mic on the iPad, using the line input on the iPad, or using the multi-touch turntable interface in iMPC to record samples directly from iTunes or other music libraries.
- Exclusive iMPC sound set and classic Akai Professional sound library
- "3D Perform" controls -- use your iPhone's motion sensors to control parameters
- Export tracks to MPC Software for use with MPC Renaissance and MPC Studio
- Share on SoundCloud, Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr, or export to your computer
- 16 Levels mode: 16 levels of attack, velocity, length, and tuning
- Note Variation slider: adjust attack, velocity, length, and tuning as you play
- Trim and categorize samples, undo takes and erase samples
- Use with Tabletop’s Timeline Editor
- Tabletop Ready iMPC is free for for iMPC owners
- Route to and use with your favorite Tabletop Effects and devices
- Line-in allows you to resample Tabletop devices
- Create new sequences, record and overdub beats
- Live Sequence queuing for real-time performance and playback
- Simple drag and drop program creation
- Effects include delay, bit crusher, master compressor/limiter
- Time correct: 1/8 note - 1/32T with variable swing
- Note Repeat: 1/8 note - 1/32T timing, with latch
- AudioCopy beats and sequences to compatible apps
- AudioPaste samples from hundreds of compatible apps
Check out our other apps in the MPC Collection: iMPC for iPhone and iMPC Pro 2. Happy music making!
Here's a full list of all of the bug fixes and performance improvements included. If you're happy with this update, please leave us a review. :) If you have questions, feel free to email our support team at email@example.com.
New in this version:
- Tap Tempo, "Clone and Edit Sound", and sequence number labels are no longer cut off on some iPad/OS combinations
- Fixed crash in news feed when scrolling through SoundCloud Following list
- Fixed crash when disabling the Bitcrusher
- Users are no longer able to attempt a SoundCloud upload with no track name (error 422)
- Fixed bug in which sometimes tracks were uploaded to SoundCloud as Private when Public was selected
- Fixed infinite spinner over news feed button that happened sometimes
- "More Compatible Apps" menu now functions properly again
- Green SoundCloud success checkmark no longer appears when the SoundCloud upload has failed
- Fixed blank screen that could occur when going to and from the sampler in Program Editor
- MIDI is not sent out to other software running in the background on the iPad when pads are hit
- Various small tweaks here and there
Ratings and Reviews
Please, fix the app! Every time I use the sampler and trim the sample, pressing the pad to check the sample crashes the app. It doesn’t make sense to pay for an crashing app!
Great but where is....
This is great for coming up with loops and ideas you wouldn't create using a DAW like Logic as the interface is designed for making grooves not intricate editing and I don't mind that as it keeps it raw! However I would like some of the other features of the MPC like: Pad mute so I can mute individual sounds in a sequence; song mode so I can chain sequences together; resonant filters; a decent reverb; folders for organising my own imported sounds; Audio bus support and a safer way to upgrade that doesn't give me a heart attack that I've lost my best beats!!
Another weird thing is that when I record the loops in to Logic, the tempo is slightly out by 0.3 bpm or so.... Mmmmm
Still, I have to say that this has been the app I keep coming back to as there is definitely something about the sound of it that I love!
Certainly a nice looking app, I love the retro MPC styling.
It is a massive shame though that both Akai and Native instruments have such poor i-offerings considering they are big companies with big budgets, large R&D teams and the advantage of being market leaders with years of expertise in the field of drum/beat machines so should know what their customers want, need and expect.
These apps are blown out of the water by the likes of Beatmaker2 and NanoStudio - the latter of which was developed a couple of years ago by a ONE MAN TEAM!!!
Sometimes it feels like the big boys are deliberately holding back on technologies just to prolong their marketing plan over the coming year(s). This feeling goes for their hardware too.
Up to six family members will be able to use this app with Family Sharing enabled.