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NAMM 2016: Arturia KeyStep USB keyboard with Polyphonic Step Sequencer
Ideal for use as a MIDI controller as well as a stand-alone unit, the KeyStep is portable yet powerful with Arturia's new "slim key" keyboard action, balancing the best features of compact mini-keys with the musicality of full-sized keys.
Featuring a standard USB connection, the KeyStep is ideal for use as a MIDI controller, letting you control virtual instruments and record music. Also featured is a MIDI in/out that lets you connect and sync KeyStep to any DAW or hardware equipment.
Enjoy maximum versatility when it comes to recording and manipulating your sounds and sequences with the integrated Sequencer/Appregiator. The polyphonic step-sequencer features support for 8 memories allowing you save and recall your create sequences quickly and easily, while the Appregiator mode has 8 pattern styles.
The Arturia KeyStep is far more than just a keyboard - it's an inspiring tool for musical exploration.
By Liz Cage
Posted on 21 Jan 2016 18:07 to category : Instruments News
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