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Possibility to create custom scales

It would be nice to be able to create custom scales and add them to the list , certainly very easy to implement

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P Mimran
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  • You can via MPC Software and transfer them into standalone..Cheers!
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  • would def like to see this too.. or at least custom per pad midi mappings. seems like a no brainer
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  • Hey Patrick,

    Thanks for posting!

    Be sure to check out the Convert Track to Progression function in the MPC Software (Tools > Convert to Progression). For more information about this process please refer to page 46 of the MPC 2.1 Software user guide.

    To use your progressions on the standalone MPC X or Live hardware, on your preferred storage device (MPC internal SATA drive, SD card or USB Flash drive) create a folder called Progressions at the root level. Next, on your desktop computer navigate to your user progressions directory:

    Mac:
    Your hard drive > Library > Application Support > Akai > MPC > Progressions

    Windows:
    C: drive > ProgramData > Akai > MPC > Progressions

    Copy your user progressions into the Progressions folder on your storage device. In Standalone mode, connect your storage device to your MPC Live or X, when you go to Pad Perform > Progressions your MPC will read the user progressions in your Progressions folder and add them to the Progressions list.

    I hope that's helpful!

    If you have an idea for the MPC workflow be sure to submit this as a feature request with the MPC 2.x Software's built-in feedback module and let our team know! The feedback module is represented by a smiley icon at the lower right side of the software next to the browser icons. This information goes directly to the Akai team for consideration!

    If you need an alternative method of submitting feedback, you may use the following links:

    MPC - Submit a Feature Request

    MPC - Submit a Bug Report

    Thanks for your feedback!
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