NEW MIDI Keyboard Controllers - Alesis QX25 and 61 and Samson Carbon and Graphite 49
NEW MIDI Keyboard Controllers from Alesis and Samson
Alesis QX25 and QX61 MIDI Keyboard
New from Alesis the year is the ultra-portable QX25 and QX61. The advanced MIDI Keyboard Controllers are great for performing and recording with software instruments and samplers. Both the QX25 and QX61 work with pretty much any music software and MIDI Hardware device and also come with Ableton Live Lite Alesis Edition software.
Some features of the QX keyboards include velocity sensitive keys with modulation and pitch-bend wheels, high-quality fader, four drum pads and six assignable trigger buttons for software controls.
The QX comes with Ableton Live Lite Alesis Edition software for performing, recording, and sequencing music right out of the box. This customized version of Ableton Live provides a fresh and easy way to create music. You’ll get audio recording and production capabilities as well as powerful tools for live performance.
Samson Carbon 49 USB MIDI Controller
The Samson Carbon incorporates 49 velocity-senstivie keys into a semi-weighted MIDI keyboard. The Carbon 49 USB MIDI Controller is powered by your iPad and USB bus, and features an integrated iPad stand.
This MIDI controller provides real-time feedback, includes traditional MIDI out, sustain pedal input, USB connections and features a compact design that is perfect for live performances or studio applications. The Carbon 49 also comes together with a copy of Native Instrument's Komplete Elements software.
Samson Graphite 49 USB MIDI Controller
The Samson Graphite is a 49 USB MIDI controller. With semi-weighted keys, the Graphite 49 is designed to feel more like an instrument than a controller, and is a sleek, powerful tool allowing you to express your most dynamic musical ideas.
Some of the Graphite 49's key features include its 9 programmable faders, 8 encoders, 16 buttons for hands-on control over your DAW, 4 velocity-sensitive trigger pads, USB bus power and comes with Native Instruments Komplete Elements software.
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Samson Carbon 49-Key USB MIDI Controller Keyboard for iPad with Komplete Elements Control your virtual instruments and DAW on your computer and iPad, comes with Komplete Elements to get you started making noise right away. With 49 keys you've got a decent range to work with, playing two handed and with dedicated control for live tweaking. …
Alesis QX61 Main Features Include 61-key touch-sensitive keyboard Control virtually any Mac, PC, or iOS music software Velocity sensitive keys with modulation and pitch-bend wheels High-quality fader perfect for adjusting volume or synth parameters Four drum pads for tirggering samples, loops and sequencing drums Eight knobs ideal for adjusting pan position or any other parameter Six assignable buttons for…
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Alesis QX25 Main Features Include 25-key touch-sensitive keyboard Control virtually any Mac, PC, or iOS music software Velocity sensitive keys with modulation and pitch-bend wheels High-quality fader perfect for adjusting volume or synth parameters Four drum pads for tirggering samples, loops and sequencing drums Eight knobs ideal for adjusting pan position or any other parameter Six assignable buttons for…
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With a 49-note keyboard, the QX49's pitch range is perfect for performing with software instruments and samplers while still remaining highly portable. Furthermore, the Q49 provides keyboard players with a full compliment of controls including pitch and modulation wheels, octave up/down buttons and the ability to send program changes directly from the keys. The QX49's keyboard can even be split…
Availability:Normally 7-10 Days
Samson Graphite 49 USB MIDI Controller Keyboard Main Features Versatile control over your DAW and virtual instruments and with Komplete Elements thrown in you've got every reason to start getting creative straight away. Let Kenneth Crouch show you how it's done... On-the-go with the iPad When combined with the iPad using Apple’s iPad…