Troubleshooting

Akai Pro Force - Syncing Samples and Loops with a Project

When you load a sample, the Force will automatically search for any tempo information stored in the file’s metadata. If no tempo is recorded to the file, the Force will analyze the tempo manually based on a selected range in the preferences and assign a tempo on its own. Once a tempo is assigned, the file will be “warped” (stretched...

Akai Pro MPC software 2.0 - macOS Mojave warnings and accessibility options

With the introduction of the new macOS Mojave 10.14, there are some new warnings and accessibility steps that may need to be taken to successfully use the MPC software with your computer. This article will provide information on these new warnings, as well as give you steps to correct accessibility problems with your hardware/software with macOS Mojave.

Akai Pro MPC Touch - Uninstalling and Updating MPC Touch Drivers

If you've updated your operating system from a previous version of macOS and you're having trouble getting everything up and running smoothly, remnant settings from the old OS may be causing the issue. This article will walk you through the steps to configure the operating system, hardware drivers, and resolve any issues.

Akai Pro MPD218 - Optimizing Performance and Reducing Double Triggering

While it is an uncommon symptom, you may encounter double triggering when programming MIDI events with the MPD218. If you do experience this, a few factors could be involved including the surface on which the MPD is placed and playing technique. In this article, we'll discuss how to work with the MPD218 for the optimal performance.

Akai Pro MPC X and MPC Live - How to Quickly Format a Drive or Storage Device

Keeping your storage devices running in tip-top shape is key to being successful with an MPC X or MPC Live and this means periodically re-formatting to free up unused space. In these videos, we show you how you can quickly and easily reformat any SATA drive, USB thumb drive, or SD card with the MPC Live or X.

Akai Pro Force - Syncing Samples and Loops with a Project

When you load a sample, the Force will automatically search for any tempo information stored in the file’s metadata. If no tempo is recorded to the file, the Force will analyze the tempo manually based on a selected range in the preferences and assign a tempo on its own. Once a tempo is assigned, the file will be “warped” (stretched...

Akai Pro MPC software 2.0 - macOS Mojave warnings and accessibility options

With the introduction of the new macOS Mojave 10.14, there are some new warnings and accessibility steps that may need to be taken to successfully use the MPC software with your computer. This article will provide information on these new warnings, as well as give you steps to correct accessibility problems with your hardware/software with macOS Mojave.

Akai Pro MPC Touch - Uninstalling and Updating MPC Touch Drivers

If you've updated your operating system from a previous version of macOS and you're having trouble getting everything up and running smoothly, remnant settings from the old OS may be causing the issue. This article will walk you through the steps to configure the operating system, hardware drivers, and resolve any issues.

Akai Pro MPD218 - Optimizing Performance and Reducing Double Triggering

While it is an uncommon symptom, you may encounter double triggering when programming MIDI events with the MPD218. If you do experience this, a few factors could be involved including the surface on which the MPD is placed and playing technique. In this article, we'll discuss how to work with the MPD218 for the optimal performance.

Akai Pro MPC X and MPC Live - How to Quickly Format a Drive or Storage Device

Keeping your storage devices running in tip-top shape is key to being successful with an MPC X or MPC Live and this means periodically re-formatting to free up unused space. In these videos, we show you how you can quickly and easily reformat any SATA drive, USB thumb drive, or SD card with the MPC Live or X.

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