What exactly is “Absolute”?
Using various analog and digital hardware synths we created the “Absolute” MPC expansion. It’s packed with 95 multi-sampled instruments with modern, catchy and unique character. This MPC expansion is your way to make the music you’ve always desired in standalone mode on your MPC! Additionally, we added LFO modulation and Insert FX to the key-group programs providing you with an amazing sound. As a result, you can tweak the settings according to your taste and interest. Most importantly, we have optimized the “Absolute” MPC expansion for better usage in standalone mode.
You can load up to 40 and even more multi-sampled key-group programs (instruments) in your MPC One, MPC Live / MPC X, or Force. That’s more than enough for you to make a whole album in one session.
Are you in the market for premium MPC instruments that stand out in your beats at the click of a button? Well, you’re in the right place. This expansion certainly has everything you need to make great beats, all at your fingertips.
Lack of inspiration or having a beat block? Check out our pack with pre-made midi chord progressions that will instantly get you going! MPC Chords
Don’t miss our free expansion: Selection
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Now is time for you to heat up your MPC/ Force and make some fire beats!
Standalone mode: MPC Live, MPC Live MKII, MPC X, MPC X SE, MPC One, MPC Key 61, and AKAI Force.
Controller mode: MPC 2 and MPC Beats Software (Windows and Mac OSX), Mpc Touch, Mpc Studio, and Mpc Renaissance.
Instruments: 15 Bass | 10 Bells | 15 Keys | 15 Leads | 15 Pads | 15 Plucks | 10 Synths
Once you have made a successful purchase you will receive an email with two download links from the expansion pack: one with the installation XPM file and one with the standalone unpacked version that you will need to copy in your expansion folder on your MPC or Force (read this article with a complete guide on how to install MPC expansions).
Check out the previews for the included instruments in “Absolute” :