|Product Dimensions||16.56 x 31.6 x 2.31 cm; 760 Grams|
|Item Model Number||Fire (Controller Only)|
|Item Weight||760 g|
Akai Professional Fire (Controller Only) - USB Midi Controller for FL Studio with 64 pad RGB Clip/Drum Pad Matrix
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|Special feature||Fl studio, Fruity loops, Midi controller|
About this item
- FL Studio Music Production Essential - Dedicated USB MIDI hardware controller for the FL Studio DAW platform with seamless plug-and-play connectivity
- Workflow Revolution - 64 velocity-sensitive RGB Pads for creation of patterns in the step sequencer and recording notes / synth parts on a pad-based MIDI keyboard controller in Performance mode
- Beat Production Simplified – Transform Fire into a beat maker essential with a MPC Style 16-pad layout in Drum Mode
- Maximum Tweak-Ability - 4 banks of assignable Touch-Capacitive MIDI knobs / encoders for controlling Mixer, Channel and custom User-Assignable mappings
- Improved Navigation - Instantly navigate the Channel Rack, Browser, Tool Bar and Playlist windows; dedicated controls to browse audio and project files with clear feedback from the OLED display
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Introducing the Akai Professional Fire
The new Akai Professional Fire represents the first of its kind - a dedicated hardware controller develped in conjunction with Image-Line for the FL Studio DAW platform. Fire is a high-performance tool designed to enhance the workflow and music-creating experience for all FL Studio producers. Fusing a sleek, low-profile and ultra-portable footprint with plug & play integration with FL Studio, a workflow-centric specification, a 4 X 16 pad matrix with radiant RGB backlighting, a graphical OLED display, assignable controls and dedicated transport controls, Akai Professional's Fire guarantees to enhance the FL Studio experience providing users with a custom-engineered control source, perfect for studio and live performance scenarios alike. Switch up your workflow and get hands-on with the immersive performance capability of Fire - your production demands it.
Ignite Your Creative Flow
Featuring seamless plug-and-play integration, within seconds you'll be creating patterns and building tracks using Fire's 4x16 velocity-sensitive RGB pad matrix. Quickly input patterns on the step sequencer or switch up to performance mode playing / recording notes and launching your patterns using the velocity-sensitive RGB pads for maximum expressive capability.
Total Command of Your Production
Instantly navigate the Channel Rack, Browser, Tool Bar and Playlist menus and quickly browse audio and project files without the click of a mouse - the graphical OLED display makes browsing and controlling the various files, menus and parameters within your FL Studio session a breeze; plus, the dedicated transport buttons give you full control of FL Studio's standard playback, navigation and recording facilities.
It's All In the Mix
Nothing beats hands-on, tactile control when it comes to mixing. Fire includes 4 banks of 4 touch-capacitive knobs for ultimate control over channel, mixer and user assignable parameters within FL Studio. From tweaking volume and pan within FL Studio's Mixer to adjusting filter controls within the selected channel, all the core hardware controls you demand are thoughtfully included.
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Akai just needs to release some software to help support reprogramming and this would be a great controller to use alongside other controllers on any DAW.
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The hardware itself is good up to a point, but you can tell why it costs under £100.
In fact, I wouldn't pay more than £100 for this to be honest.
The pads are a kind of velocity sensitive, but nowhere near the sensitivity of a Launchpad X's pads.
Probably why there's a big price gap between the two.
If you expect to do nuanced finger drumming on these you will be disappointed.
Light to medium taps end up around 30-50 percent velocity, and hard / firm taps around 100 percent.
I'd suggest setting the velocity to a fixed value & just tweak it manually afterwards.
Transport buttons are nice to have but are super-clicky, and feel cheap.
As do all the other buttons.
The knobs do their job fine though.
All in all, if Akai did a v2 with better quality buttons & more responsive pads then I'd gladly pay over £100 for it,
as its enjoyable to use as long as you know the limitations.