For a limited time, new and existing Fire customers have unrestricted access to three exclusive Fire expansion sample packs from industry-leading sample pack and production toolkit specialist, Sample Tools by Cr2.
Pro production demands the freshest, in-demand sound content out there, period. That’s why Akai Professional and Sample Tools by Cr2 have joined forces to provide new and existing users of the all-new Fire FL Studio controller with three exclusive Fire Expansions that guarantee to ignite immediate creative results from the get-go! Until 1st July 2019, simply head over to Akaipro.com, register Fire and follow the link to the Sample Tools site to get your hands on this exclusive content.
Combining Ultimate EDM, Ultimate Trap and Ultimate Underground, these packs provide an immense 1GB+ of production-ready sample content. Whether it’s the finishing touch to your latest masterpiece or the spark for that initial idea, these heavyweight Fire expansions don’t disappoint. Covering everything from sultry melodic leads to hard-hitting drums and thunderous basslines, whatever your production discipline, there truly is something for everyone here – all optimised to work seamlessly with FL Studio thanks to a collection of easy-to-use FL Studio templates.
The new Akai Professional Fire represents the first of its kind, a dedicated hardware controller for the FL Studio DAW platform. Created in close partnership with Image-Line, Fire is a high-performance tool designed to enhance the work ow and music-creation experience for all FL Studio producers.
Featuring plug-and-play integration, within seconds you’ll be creating patterns and building tracks using Fire’s 4×16 matrix. Instantly navigate the Channel Rack, Browser, Tool Bar and Playlist menus without the click of a mouse. The graphical OLED display makes for easy browsing and tactile control over the various les, menus and parameters within your FL Studio session. When in Performance mode, Fire deftly blurs the lines between controller and instrument with its ability to play and record notes in time using the velocity-sensitive RGB pads. Up to four units can be connected to FL Studio at once, creating an 8×32 matrix for the ultimate Fire experience.