MATRIXSYNTH: Thursday, May 14, 2020

Thursday, May 14, 2020

Rhodes CHROMA SN 210 30068

via this auction

"It comes with volume, switcher, and soft-sustain pedals; user, performance, interface, and full service manuals, as well as a convenient original Anvil case."

Pics of the inside below.

BTW, if you ever pick up a Rhodes Chroma I highly recommend the excellent site and email list. It's THE resource for everything Rhodes Chroma. You can find help on the list from other Chroma owners and techs.

Chroma Polaris demo patches (no FX)

Published on May 14, 2020 MIDERA

"Chroma Polaris demo - no external FX were added except some minor limiting."

Perfect Circuit Chat w/ Chase Bliss Hosted by BboyTech and Trovarsi 5/14/20 6-7PM PST

Published on May 14, 2020 Perfect Circuit

"Tyler Devonald and Zack Warpinski from Chase Bliss will be joining us live on May 14th from 6-7PM PST to chat about the Chase Bliss Blooper and Mood pedals. These two pedals take looping and delaying sounds to another level and they work just as well on synths as they do on guitars. This live Perfect Circuit Chat is hosted by BBoyTech & Trovarsi.

Blooper available here:

Mood available here:"

Subharmonicon First

Published on May 14, 2020 verstaerker

"a few impressions how the Subharmonicon can sound. I really fell in love with it for its overall great sound and flexibility. The sound was improved with some delay and reverb."

Some Analogue Solutions Fusebox Patternator In Action

Published on May 14, 2020 rezfilter

"The Analogue Solutions Fusebox has a very interesting and unique sequencer that is the love child of an analogue step sequencer and an arpeggiator.

Use it to create short melodic note sequences, and/or use it to create rhythm patterns.

A great tool for inspiration!

Here's a quick clip of the Patternator in action..."

Update: one more:

ASTROGENIC HALLUCINAUTING - late night noiz for late night fiends

Streamed live on May 14, 2020 thenoiztemple

The above is a running playlist of live streams from new supporting member, The Noiz Temple aka SPIKE the Percussionist. Some details follow.

ASTROGENIC HALLUCINAUTING - late night noiz for late night fiends
- for more noiz:
Created during The Plague.

14 video sources:
- Critter & Guitari ETC
- LZX BitVision
- Gieskes 3TrinsRGB+1c
- Gieskes Oscillatoscope2B
- Gieskes Oscillatoscope1d
- Critter & Guitari Videoscope
- Critter & Guitari Rhythmscope
- Critter & Guitari B&W Videoscope
- some mega old Critter & Guitari 8bit video thing they built for me a long time ago
- Erogenous Tones Structure x3
- Sleepy Circuits Hypno
- Korg Entrancer
- BPMC modded V8
- Roland VR-3EX x2

noiz and MIDI control provided by:
- Nava Extra 9
- monome norns x3 running the scripts - Cheat Codes, Time Party, NC-01-Drone WRLDS
- Doepfer Dark Energy
- Lorre Mill Double Knot V2
- Gotharman's Little Deformer 3

Alpha Syntauri Keyboard Controller SN B001149

via this auction

Note this is just the keyboard controller. Check out the Alpha Syntauri label at the bottom of this post for more.

Mutronics Limited Mutator

via this auction

"Rare and amazing Mutronics Mutator with MIDI and CV. Equipped with original vintage SSM 2045 filter chips, as used in the E-mu Emulator II. You know that this is the most sought after analog filter with modulation and envelope follower, as used by Daft Punk, Radiohead, Massive Attack, Depeche Mode, Dust Brothers and so many more.. This unit is excellent condition, super clean and just been professionally serviced with new psu electrolytic capacitors and new waveform selector rotary switches (not cheap). There's just one very minor racking mark in the top right corner (as you can see in the photos)"

Update: the synth used for the above demo is a Minimoog loop.

E-MU Systems Emax II Rack

via this auction

"The Emax II is designed to faithfully reproduce sound across 10 octaves, 16-voice polyphony, 16 MIDI channels, stereo samples, SCSI, and 8 assignable outputs.

This unit is in very good condition with a strong display. OS v 2.14 8mb Ram and internal hard drive. Power cord and rack ears included."

Roland SH-2000 SN 099200996

via this auction

Access Virus TI Desktop Modeling Synth

via this auction

BreadBoard PopCorn

Published on May 14, 2020 OMNiSYN

"Single VCO/VCF/VCA/EG and LFO test and some pretty shots of prototyping breadboards, maybe."


Published on May 14, 2020 Muhn Channel

"Test dal poco valore musicale ma a solo scopo audio."

Prophet 12 New Presets Demo

Published on May 14, 2020 Sonic Freaks

"Dave Smith Instruments (DSI) Prophet 12 New Presets

The Vintage Collection for the Prophet 12 is presets pack containing 99 custom designed and unique presets for the Dave Smith Instruments Prophet 12 synthesizer. The presets are based on classic synthesizers like the Sequential Circuits Prophet 5 and Prophet VS, Oberheim OB8, Roland Jupiter-8, Roland D-50, Roland JD-800, Yamaha DX-7, Yamaha VL-1, PPG Wave series and Waldorf Microwave.

All sounds are sequenced with Logic Pro X and recorded directly into the Antelope Audio Orion 32. No EQ, Reverb, Compression or any other effects were applied for this Demo. All the Reverbs, Delay’s, Chorus and Spatial Effects you hear were created on the Prophet 12 itself.

For more details please visit:"

60 Seconds Sequential OB-6 (wtf)

Published on May 14, 2020 Calvin Cardioid


Published on May 14, 2020 mishpult

Todd Barton Live Streams in May

Published on May 14, 2020 Todd Barton

"I'll be part of an amazing constellation of modular mavens and wizards this Sunday, May 17

And on Saturday May 23

Checkout this links above, hope to catch you there in cyberspace!"

TAL - U-NO-LX - iOS Application - Juno Bank A - Midiverse - TV

Published on May 14, 2020 Midiverse - TV

"What's up everybody? Welcome to Midiverse - TV! Today we're going to be checking out U-NO-LX, an iOS Application from TAL Software. Let's have a listen..."

Novation Bass Station II as the controller.

ARP Pro Soloist High Pass (HP) Filter Section Clone by O.Z. Hall

Published on May 14, 2020 O.Z. Hall

"I cloned the ARP Pro Soloist High Pass (HP) Filter section. The output of the high pass filter section goes straight into the 24DB/Oct Low Pass filter on the soloist.
There are 4 - 6DB/oct HP filter circuites at 4 different cutoffs. They are in parallel. The outputs are summed.
This video demonstrates each of the 4 filters in isolation. Next they filters are combined in every combination (limit two filters at a time)."

You can previous posts featuring O.Z. Hall & 5U systems, including an ARP 2600 configuration of a Synthesizers DotCom portable 22 here.

SoundSpot Union Software Wavetable Synthesizer Plugin VST, AU, AAX - Sound Demo and Tutorial

Published on May 12, 2020 Runningonair

"In this video I take a close look at the SoundSpot Union Wavetable Synth Plugin. The first half deals with sound demo of the factory patch set. The second half deals with how it works and how to programme it."

This one is in via Runningonair who did the video above. The following are some demos and details via the maker, SoundSpot:

"Union is SoundSpot’s next-generation wavetable synthesizer audio plugin, featuring a unique wavetable generator that lets you create harmonically rich wavetable sets from the output of Union’s main oscillators: a technique frequently used by the world’s best sound designers to create rich and deep sounds. Union allows you to utilize this synthesis technique with a single click of a button.

The Union plugin comes with unique features such as independent filters per oscillator, which allows a deeper control over the shaping of your sound, and a unison engine that can run up to 96 voices in a single note play.

Innovative Modulation System

Union features an innovative click through modulation system that allows you to quickly create rich and compelling sounds.

Oscillator 1, 2 and 3 include their own dedicated ADSR, MOD ADSR and LFO envelopes and Oscillator 3 includes an additional wavetable window that allows you to scrub through stereo wavetable sets to create organic movement in your sounds.

In addition, the master FX chain features 4 LFOs that can be assigned to any master FX control, and includes a trigger mode so they can be used more like a conventional ADSR envelope further increasing the creative possibilities.

The Best Of Analog And Digital In One Audio Plugin

Everyone loves the rich, dense sound of hardware, but most find it’s limitations frustrating. With this in mind, we set out to build a synthesizer that provided all of features of analog equipment with the precision and convenience of the digital realm.

Union has been modelled from some of the best sounding synths in music history, and combines this raw power with unique features such as wavetable generation that simply wouldn’t be possible in purely analog form. This results in a synthesizer that truly rivals hardware, but lives inside your computer.

Do All Your Post-Processing Inside The Union Audio Plugin

Once you’ve made your sound, it’s time to give it that final polish. However there’s no need to go adding multiple audio plugin to your channel strip as the Union plugin features an FX rack that contains 9 professional quality post processing effects.

These include: Compressor, 4 Band Parametric EQ, Distrortion, Delay, Phaser, Chorus, Filter & Flanger. Furthermore a brand new Reverb modelled on analog hardware has been included.

All of the FX use the best algorithms from SoundSpot’s post processing audio plugins range. This means you can acheive a professional polished sound inside of Union.

Detour from Hora Overview and Tutorial

Published on May 14, 2020 Omri Cohen

"Detour is still not released, but it's making it's way to the library as we speak (or as you're reading this :) )

If you like what I do and want to support my work, consider joining my crew on Patreon -

As soon as Detour will be released, I will post here the patches - 'reserved for patches'
Here are the Hora modules -

00:00 - Introduction
02:17 - Patch 1
06:43 - Patch 2
11:25 - Patch 3
13:20 - Patch 4
18:10 - Patch 5

Here's my latest release -"

Waldorf Blofeld License SL on Sale for 20€ until May 17 2020

For those of you with a Blofeld desktop, Waldorf is offering the sample capability at a discount - 20€ instead of 103€. You can find it here.

"License SL is the Sample Play Option for Blofeld desktop. With this license, 60 Megabyte of Sample Flash Memory are available for factory or user samples. These samples and multisamples go through Blofeld's synthesis engine just like oscillators - an enormous extension to Blofeld's sonic possibilities!"

SIEL Opera 6 Vintage Analog Synth

via this auction

"Amazing synth in working condition however it does need a service. It works for the most part but occasionally goes a little distorted or the volume drops. I believe that it may be a capacitor that needs replacing on the output circuit."

Waldorf Rocket Analog Desktop Synth Module

via this auction

-Analog multimode-filter (VCF) with Low Pass / Band Pass / High Pass
-Highly flexible oscillator-section with pulse width modulation and hard sync
-Up to 8 oscillators in unison for chords or Ultra High Density Sawtooth
-Low Frequency Oscillator (LFO) for modulation
-Envelopes for VCA, VCF and Sync
-Booster circuit to generate aggressive sounds
-Arpeggiator with different rhythmic patterns
-USB powered
-MIDI in and out
-Extensive control panel with high-end pots and switches
-Control via MIDI and USB
-MIDI clock sync
-Line output
-Loud headphone output
-Launch key for easy pre listening

M-Audio Venom

via this auction

Open Labs Miko LX 37 - Windows XP Computer Workstation Synth SN M 0320

via this auction

Haven't seen one of these in a while.  Essentially a PC in custom three octave keyboard case w/ built-in controllers.   Curious if these were relatively heavy or light.

Modal Electronics Skulpt w/ Colored Knob Caps

via this auction

Standuino FraAngelico

via this auction

"Super nice and fun little 'true' digital synth by Standuino."

Curious if that's the case that comes with it.

You can find demos of the Standuino here.

BASTL Instruments Micro Granny 2.5 Granular Sampler Crystal Soul

via this auction

"Awesome standalone lo-fi 8 bit granular sampler. Great condition in a limited crystal clear finish. Can be powered via 9v battery, but I am including a One Spot power supply with the reverse polarity adapter so you won't burn through batteries.

From the manufacturer:
MicroGranny is a monophonic granular sampler. It reads wav samples from microSD card and applies granular algorithms to them. You can also adjust start, end, sample rate (tuned or free run), crush and envelope (attack release).

Total external control over all parameters via MIDI Input

MIDI Input allows external control of all parameters as well as transposition of the samples, or playing individual grains by different keys.

monophonic mono sampler
microSD card (storing + recording samples, storing presets)
6 sounds with full adjustments storable in a preset at once
60 presets in 10 banks (6 preset per bank), stored as .txt files on microSD card
wav sample playback from microSD card (mono, 22050 Hz, 8 or 16 bit, two letter file name)
8-bit 22050Hz wav recording via line input or onboard microphone
hold button
sample rate (tuned or free run)
start, end position with repeat, instant loop
granular settings: grain size and shift speed (positive or negative)
amplitude envelope attack and release
MIDI Input – responds to note, cc and clock (synchronize loop and grains)
MIDI side chain envelope restart
copy, paste
input & output volume knob
power switch – plug / battery
hackable – arduino based
dimensions: 140 x 75 x 55 mm
powered by 9V battery, 9V DC center positive power supply or side pins"

Studio Electronics SE-1X White/Silver Version SN 3909

Uploaded on May 14, 2020

via this auction

Dreadbox Antiphon 8 osc eurorack module with spring reverb

via this auction

You can find a demo and details on the Dreadbox Antiphon 8 posted here.

A Love Letter to Large Format Modular

Published on May 14, 2020 Synthesizer Reviews

"Moog Unit. Dotcom. 5u. Large Format. Whatever you want to call it, it's goregous. There is no 'best' format in moduar synthesis, but this one happens to be my favorite."

Did Akai fix the "cons"? MPC LIVE II vs MPC ONE // Speaker test, review and 2.8 tutorial

Published on May 14, 2020 loopop

See the MPC LIVE II announcement post here.

Get loopop's expanding book of synth and electronic music ideas, tips and tricks here:

► Patreon:

0:00 Intro
0:30 Live II vs I vs One
2:15 Buttons
3:30 Connectivity
5:45 Size
6:50 Storage
7:30 Speaker test
9:50 Version 2.8
10:15 “Cons” fixed
10:25 Track select
10:35 Q-link overlay
11:45 Pad perform
12:35 Timestretch
14:30 Retro record
15:25 Custom chords
16:10 Other misc
16:25 Multi MIDI
17:30 MIDI settings
18:45 Config & arm
21:00 Live looping
23:15 Pros & cons

FiedlScaper: Dipping into another dimension

Published on May 14, 2020 Igor Vasiliev

"Advanced field recorder combined with a sound warp engine and a large collection of ready to use dynamic presets for iPad and iPhone. With this app you can easily record any environmental sound and instantly turn it into something unusual and very atmospheric. Discover new ways to create and construct unusual and exciting sounds from field recordings or samples recorded from other apps."

Mystic Circuits ANA Processing Gates and Triggers

Published on May 14, 2020 Mystic Circuits

"We at Mystic Circuits have been hard at work improving the overall quality and style of our videos. Im an engineer, not a Youtuber, so it has been quite a process. Hopefully the work is worth it and the new demos will be more enjoyable and easier to follow.

This demo is on using ANA to process gates and triggers for manipulating rhythms either with the twist of a knob or with voltage control. Unlike most logic processors ANA computes analog logic so variable and negative voltages can also be processed. This adds a ton of flexibility even when processing static unipolar signals like gates and triggers. Many complex logic functions are possible with some creative patching.

For more info on ANA and how it works check out our first ANA demo:" [posted here]

Waldorf Quantum - Granular Sound Design.

Published on May 14, 2020 PaulLawlerMusic

"Altering a Buchla patch recording with Granular Synthesis inside the Quantum."

The top graphic appears to represent the individual grains and grain length.

10 minutes of KOSMO 2399 Triple Splashback Delay - Reverb - Lasers - Daleks


"This is a Patreon Vlog from April the 17th when I finished the first functioning prototype! the back looks like an awful bomb site but it works the way it should!

The actual module of this will be available within the next 24 hours on my site.
Links to it here

you'll see the finished module on. my #moog #subharmonicon video." [below]

MOOG SUBHARMONICON - Inside and out, Playing It and Tearing It Down Published on May 12, 2020

"Playing the #Moog #subharmonicon, seeing whats inside and then plugging it into the roland CR78 i talked about in my last video! and an upcoming Kosmo module the Triple Splashback, a video on that will be coming in a few days! Moog sent this to me, and its quite an honor to get something sent to play on im very chuffed, i am picky about what i do these kind of videos on but needless to say i was quite curious about the subharmonicon, like i said in the video! i was expecting the one from moogfest 2018 but with a black panel, but you should have seen my face when it arrived, it was a mixture of confusion and more intrigue haha."

SynthFest Intro 2020 Videos

As you might have noticed I've been posting manufacturer videos for SynthFest 2020 as it gives you both a chance to see the makers in person as well as some of their gear. Along with the maker videos there have been artist videos as well. I thought I should share them to pay tribute to the event during the global lockdown. The above is a running playlist of what's gone up so far. As new maker posts go up I'll link back to this post for the full list of videos. It's great to see some of the people and personalities that would have attended the event. Enjoy. :)

Frédérick Rousseau | SynthFest 2020
Jean-Michel Jarre | SynthFest 2020
Yoshi et Etienne - KORG Inc. | SynthFest 2020
Les Sondiers | SynthFest 2020
Roland France | SynthFest 2020
ARP - The Alan R. Pearlman Foundation | SynthFest 2020
Modularsquare | SynthFest 2020
ARP - The Alan R. Pearlman Foundation | SynthFest 2020
ALB | SynthFest 2020
La Briche Audio | SynthFest 2020
Space Art | SynthFest 2020
Christophe Martin-de Montagu | SynthFest 2020
Wally Badarou | SynthFest 2020
Laurent Baloran | SynthFest 2020
Sébastien Moumon - MOS-LAB | SynthFest 2020
Jean-luc Briançon - Kurtz Mindfields | SynthFest 2020
Kosima | SynthFest 2020
Francesco Mulassano - Soundmit | SynthFest 2020
Gilles Lacaud - Hansy Synth | SynthFest 2020
Zirante | SynthFest 2020
Jean-Bernard Emond | SynthFest 2020
Edmund Eagan - Haken Audio | SynthFest 2020
Dan Phillips - KORG | SynthFest 2020
Kodamo | SynthFest 2020
Stéphane Cavi - Boodaman | SynthFest 2020
Eric Mouquet - Deep Forest | SynthFest 2020
Coralie Ehinger - Therminal C | SynthFest 2020
Idir Derdiche - Dub Inc | SynthFest 2020
Zanov | SynthFest 2020
Michel Pebreuil - Les passionnés des claviers | SynthFest 2020
Alain Gillièron - Wavelicker | SynthFest 2020
Ronaldo Lopes Teixeira ROLT | SynthFest 2020
Rémy Wasselin - SynthR | SynthFest 2020
Nairod | SynthFest 2020
Sophie Griffon - Odalie | SynthFest 2020
Richard Raffaillac - Kryfels | SynthFest 2020
Martha Bahr - Panic Girl | SynthFest 2020
Olivier Grall - SynthéGRALL | SynthFest 2020
Faselunare | SynthFest 2020
Akhenaton - IAM | SynthFest 2020
Kurt Ader - KApro | SynthFest 2020
Joué Music Instruments | SynthFest 2020
Steve - Shaka Ponk | SynthFest 2020
Yves Usson | SynthFest 2020
Harpe Laser | SynthFest 2020
Hélène Vogelsinger | SynthFest 2020
KORG International Vice-President | SynthFest 2020

Laurent Baloran | SynthFest 2020

Published on May 14, 2020 SynthFest France

Sébastien Moumon - MOS-LAB | SynthFest 2020

Published on May 14, 2020 SynthFest France

MOS-LAB's ARP 2500

Gilles Lacaud - Hansy Synth | SynthFest 2020

Published on May 14, 2020 SynthFest France

1980 Elektor Formant Videos

Three new videos added to the playlist in this post.

Akai Introduces MPC Live II w/ Built-In Stereo Monitors / Speakers & Rechargeable Battery

Published on May 14, 2020 AkaiProVideo

"Introducing MPC Live II. The most portable beat making machine is now the most complete portable music production solution.

1:15 Hardware Overview
5:47 Beats & Production
8:00 MIDI Multi
9:41 Step Sequencer & CV Gate
12:08 Sample & Chops
13:35 Chords & Scales
14:59 Plugin Instruments
16:22 Mixing & FX
17:41 Audio Tracks
19:19 Sampling
20:37 Automation
21:26 Clips & Performance
22:33 Sound Content
24:15 USB Keyboards

MPC Beats Academy | MPC Live II

Published on May 14, 2020 AkaiProVideo

And the press release:

Standalone production capability, rechargeable battery, built-in monitors, CV/Gate connectivity and MIDI Multi functionality - MPC Live II is truly fit to carry the name of its predecessor

Ft Lauderdale, FL USA (May 14, 2020) — Akai Professional, a leading manufacturer of music equipment for performers and producers, today announced its newest portable standalone music production center, the MPC Live II, packed with all the enhancements from the recent software update for the entire MPC line, MPC 2.8.
MPC Live II builds on its phenomenally successful predecessor and introduces built-in monitor speakers for a completely standalone music-making experience. While traveling or in the studio, MPC Live II is ready to perform wherever inspiration strikes!

Standalone Music Production
Like the MPC X and MPC One, MPC Live II operates as a fully standalone music production center. MPC Live II is powered by MPC software – a unique hardware / software ecosystem that empowers users with the legendary, feature-rich workflow that has been used on countless hits since the introduction of the MPC series. The 7-inch, multi-gesture touchscreen enables producers to access all the features needed to create a beat or a recording from start to finish. MPC Live II also adds five new hardware buttons to improve the editing workflow. With features including Mute, Time Correct and Mix, users can edit and tweak tracks without skipping a beat.

Newest MPC 2.8 Software
New to Akai Professional’s standalone, multi-core powered MPC Series is MIDI Multi capability. The MPC Software 2.8 update, transforms MPC Live II into the ultimate MIDI sequencing studio centerpiece. Now users can simultaneously connect and route all the MIDI gear in their studio, including class-compliant USB Keyboards, MIDI interfaces and USB to CV modules, supercharging MPC Live II’s I/O capability. Fuse this with deep internal MIDI routing capability across tracks, comprehensive MIDI routing to any MIDI compatible synthesizer, drum machine or sound module, and even multitrack recording capability, and MPC Live II forms the beating heart of any production setup.

Built-In Monitors
MPC Live II’s built-in monitoring system offers a dynamic response spanning the full musical range, meticulously reproducing detailed high-frequency audio information while still delivering accurate low frequencies. From sharp, cutting hi-hats to punchy 808 drums and deep bass lines, MPC Live II eliminates all barriers between beatmakers and their music. MPC Live II’s built-in monitors not only provide a convenient set of reference monitors for studio use, but a great platform for listening, creating and collaborating on-the-go without headphones.

CV/Gate, WiFi, and Bluetooth Connectivity
With MPC Live II, complete standalone production capability fuses with an ultra-portable specification and an arsenal of connectivity options for complete hook-up flexibility with all your studio gear. With eight new CV/Gate outputs (four TRS jacks), producers can now incorporate modular connectivity into their MPC Live setup. Coupled with built-in Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity, users can also enjoy the seamless side-by-side workflow of MPC and Ableton Live.

Rechargeable Battery
The most complete mobile production experience couldn’t exist without a reliable power source for long-lasting on-the-go sessions. The rechargeable lithium-ion battery gives you all the power you need for up to five hours of on-the-go music creation, so you can work wherever inspiration strikes.

16GB Sound Library
The MPC Live II comes with a robust 16GB sound library of high-quality samples and loops, including a new library from F9 Audio and the new Sonic Boom sound set. For those who need even more access to content, your Splice account curations are just a few taps away, with direct access via the 7-inch multi-gesture touchscreen and Wi-Fi connection.

MPC Live II Hardware Features
• Standalone MPC (no computer necessary)
• Natively powered by MPC 2.8 software
• Built-In stereo studio monitor speakers
• Internal rechargeable battery – up to five hours of on-the-go use
• Four TRS CV/Gate jacks (eight outputs total)
• Brilliant 7-inch multi-touch display
• Wi-Fi & Bluetooth connectivity
• 16GB included content
MPC 2.8 Software Enhancements
• MIDI Multi allowing users to record multiple MIDI or audio tracks simultaneously
• USB MIDI input and output support to work with any class-compliant MIDI device
• MIDI layering capability
• Time Correct enable/disable toggling
• Q-Link overlay display
• Edit Pad Map
• Available for MPC One, MPC Live, MPC Live II and MPC X
“We are relentless in our pursuit of the most comprehensive standalone music production experience,” says Dan Gill, Senior Product Manager for Akai Professional. “With every workflow consideration, every feature-set and function, we purposefully set out to create devices that are effortless conduits of the creative process. By incorporating stereo monitors, MPC Live II delivers every standalone tool producers and beatmakers need to capture inspiration wherever it strikes.”

MPC Live II is available immediately with a US retail price of $1199

MPC 2.8 is also available immediately as a free download for all MPC Live, MPC Live II, MPC X and MPC One users

For more information on MPC Live II and MPC 2.8, visit


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