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In the approach to NAMM 2019, Akai Pro has revealed Force, a standalone production & DJ...

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NAMM 2019: The Akai Pro Force, Standalone Production System, Delivers Ableton-Inspired Workflow

In the approach to NAMM 2019, Akai Pro has revealed Force, a standalone production & DJ instrument that offers a workflow directly influenced by Ableton Live with its 8×8 clip launch matrix. It also brings 4 synth engines, 16 performance pads, classic MPC Sample Editing and much more.

Force blurs—no, eliminates!—the lines between contemporary music production solutions and next-generation DJ performance technology, setting the precedence for a new industry standard. Fusing clip-launching, step sequencing, sampling, synth engines and tactile touch screen control into a standalone, performance-driven device, Force combines must-have modern functionality with an ultra-intuitive workflow that harnesses your creativity for maximum expressive capability.

Features

  • Standalone – no computer required
  • 8×8 clip launch matrix with RGB LEDs
  • 7″ full color capacitive multitouch display
  • Mic / instrument / line inputs, 4 outputs
  • MIDI In / Out / Thru
  • 4 configurable CV/Gate outputs
  • Remix, mash-Up, DJ and produce with 6 Track types for complete audio / MIDI / CV sequencing and performance capability
  • Performance Modes including 16-Pad Drums, Notes, Smart Scales, Chords & Progressions
  • MPC Sample Editing
  • Automatic BPM detection, real-time time-stretching and pitch-shifting
  • 8 touch-sensitive knobs with graphical OLED displays
  • 4 powerful, fully-editable synth engines
  • 16GB of on-board storage (over 10 gigs of sound content included)
  • Full-Size SD card Slot & 2 USB 3.0 slots for thumb drives or MIDI controllers
  • User-expandable 2.5″ SATA drive connector (SSD or HDD)

You can get a complete overview of the Akai Pro Force in the video below.

Pricing and Availability
The Akai Pro Force, to be priced at $1,499, is expected to become available in February 2019 and you can visit the Akai website to learn more.

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