It's marketed as Neutral to warm black. But MCC was Agfa's warmtone paper in the last few years they made papers.
Originally Posted by Thomas Bertilsson
If it's anything close to Agfa MCC then it's capable of good rich warmtones. Agfa MCC is very responsive to developers and with a good warmtone developer and the right exposure/dev times gives wonderful warm tones it was close to Record Rapid which it replaced although not as warm as the older Record Rapid which had cadmium in the emulsion.
Warm tones can be deceptive and sometimes people don't realise what the tonal colours are like until you put a print alongside a true neutral toned paper.