Great Price Drops On Akai Controllers


Time to enjoy some fantastic price drops on Akai controllers - Save up to £110 off SRP on selected gear!

Akai price drops

The original Akai MPC was released in 1998. The MPC60 was a first result of the alliance between Roger Linn and Akai to design products similar to those of Linn Electronics. Since then, the MPC series became a classic and one of the flagship products by Akai, inspiring several other products which also feature the iconic square touch pads.

At PMT Online and at our PMT stores, we've got three of those in stock and at reduced prices - while stocks last! So check them out...

AKAI MPC FLY was £149.99 Now £55

The compact and affordable Akai MPC Fly controller transforms your iPad into a true MPC beat-making monster. It's great fun to use and works seamlessly with the MPC App: sequence & sample editing, effects, EQ and more. If you got an iPad and always fancied an Akai MPC, this might be a great starting point to experiment with! View More...

AKAI MPD 32 MIDI Controller Was £199.99 Now £155

The Akai MPD32 is an expressive and intuitive instrument for the studio and stage. The heart of the MPD32 is its bank of 16 velocity and pressure-sensitive MPC pads, an Akai Pro exclusive. You can access four different banks of sounds from the MPC pads for a total of 64 sounds at your fingertips. The MPD32 also borrows the MPC series' assignable Q-Link controllers, enabling you to control nearly any parameters in your software in real time. Very cool, indeed. More info...


We've also got ONE remaining Akai MPK88 Keyboard, currently on display at our PMT Birmingham store. This is a really great MIDI controller: a full-sized keyboard featuring 88 hammer action keys, besides the classic touch pads for beat creation on the go. This is a true music production powerhouse! The MPK88 draws on the design of the popular MPK49, the first keyboard ever to feature MPC pads. This first-of-its-kind keyboard is ideal for performance, starting with a premium, fully weighted, hammer-action keyboard, adding MPC pads, Q-Link controls, and a selection of MPC technologies. The MPK88 is born for the stage and is equally at home in the studio. View more...

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