Endeavour NDVR Note MIDI keyboard
Endeavour, the creator of EVO MIDI keyboard, launched on Indiegogo a crowdfunding campaign for its next creation, the NDVR Note.
Successor of EVO, NDVR Note is a USB MIDI keyboard controller available in two 25 and 49-key "analog" versions that uses a new concept call Key Swing, which changes the key response according to the way you press them.
Endeavour uses optical sensors that detect and permanently monitor the movements on each key (sampled at 1kHz with an 12-bit internal resolution), a technique that can be described as an enhanced velocity or "Polyphonic Aftertouch 2.0", according to the manufacturer who wants to improve the virtual instrument expression and dynamic control possibilities directly with the keyboard.
NDVR Note also features pitch bend and modulation wheels, as well as four programmable rotary encoders and octave and transpose buttons. A display is also present.
The keyboard will be available in two editions: the standard one with anodized aluminum enclosure and the Black Series, only available during the crowdfunding campaign, that features a black anodized aluminum enclosure.
- NDVR Note 25 keys standard: $235
- NDVR Note 25 keys Black: $269
- NDVR Note 49 keys standard: $349
- NDVR Note 49 keys Black: $385
The NDVR Note keyboards are expected in december 2013. More info at www.indiegogo.com.
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