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Articles May-June 2021

Pursuing the Pro Audio Trail

In conversation with Caroline Moss and Sue Gould

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Akai Professional Adds Built-In Sounds to Midi Controller with Mpk Mini Play

Akai Professional has announced the immediate availability of their all-new MPK Min portable MIDI controller. Reportedly, the ultra-portable MPK Mini Play is based on the world’s most popular midi controller—Akai Professional’s MPK Mini—but now it comes packed with 128 sounds and its own built-in speaker. With 8 backlit MPC drum pads and a 4-way joystick for simple control, players have all they need to play their music anytime, anywhere. Four knobs can be used to tweak sounds and edit multiple parameters in real-time, giving musicians even more performance possibilities. Powered by 3 “AA” batteries, the MPK Mini Play is built for hours of wireless fun.

Amazing Connections

MPK Mini Play can also connect to a computer via USB port for the same plug-and-play MIDI functionality as the classic MPK Mini controllers. If not to disturb others is a priority, players can use the mini-audio output jack to connect headphones to the MPK Mini Play. When users want a bigger sound, simply connect to external speakers using the same output jack.

Features/Specs

- Built-in sound module with over 128 different sounds
- 25 mini keys with arpeggiator
- 4-way joystick
- 8 red backlit drum pads (2 banks, 16 total)
- 4 knobs edit sounds or send midi (2 banks, 8 total)
- Battery powered using (3) AA batteries

“We are extremely excited to introduce the MPK Mini Play,” said Dan Gill, Product Manager for Akai Professional. “The MPK Mini was a huge hit with musicians and now having all those sounds on-board with a built-in speaker, along with its go-anywhere portability, Play opens up new musical possibilities that people are going to love.”


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