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iMPC Pro Update

Akai, by way of Retronyms, has released the first update for iMPC Pro. Thanks to M0nk3y for the heads-up!

It isn't particularly large, but includes the ability to delete your samples and a fix for the trimming. I believe this refers to slices not saving their position if you change them later. I just double-checked and that is indeed fixed in the new version.

iMPC Pro is still on sale at the intro price!

What's new iMPC Pro v1.1:

  • New Feature: Delete Samples
  • Bug fix: Trim end saved properly
  • Improvements to InterApp audio
  • Other small fixes...

Buy iMPC Pro on iTunes: $12.99

Reader Comments 6

Yes, this version is working much better for me - and in Tabletop too although Retronyms say that hasn't been updated yet. The standalone version seems much more responsive with quicker load times and as Tim comments slice points are now saved. I'm off to test this in Cubasis.

July 25, 2014  | person_outline Trueyorky

There are still some issues left. I'm in contact with some support engineer, hopefully they can reproduce my bugs. Memory drain chopping some samples imported from AudioCopy on my iPad2 is still deep red. Experienced a crash with my data not being saved. WARNING: Adding more than one wav to a program and then using "chop to pads" doesn't work ... well it works, but not the way I expected. When using chop to pads it always chops starting at PAD1 so its impossible to use this features with more than one wav in a program right now.

July 27, 2014  | person_outline Rainer Schuster

That's how mpcs work, traditionally you have 99 programs that you can create, no multiple chops to a single program, each chop creates a new program/ instrument.

July 27, 2014  | person_outline Kobamoto rin

JP says you have to remember to select a new track to chop to pads in this vid....around 7:54..


July 28, 2014  | person_outline Dave Magoo

Traditionally mankind used wooden wheels for their cars ... I like having all this neat stuff in nowadays cars. Got it and already created a feature request

July 28, 2014  | person_outline Rainer Schuster

Of course you could just make your additional slices to another program and copy those slices to the pads in the first program that you want them on I suppose.

July 29, 2014  | person_outline Kobamoto rin

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