[NAMM] 37 keys on the CME Xkey
CME adds an octave to its XKey in a new edition of the ultra compact MIDI controller keyboard.
The XKey37 has 37 standard size keys and still supports polyphonic aftertouch and 128 levels of velocity. On the left of the keyboard are modulation and pitch bend buttons, both pressure sensitive with continuous MIDI control data, as well as octave transpose and sustain buttons.
The XKey37 is MIDI Compliant and USB powered for use on computers and iOS devices. The USB port will also serve for firmware updates.
Another good news is an Xport that offers, via a single proprietary Xcable, a 5-pin DIN MIDI output, a 1/4” sustain input and a 1/4” expression pedal input.
Last, you can download the XKey Plus app to configure the XKey37 from your Mac, PC or Apple iDevice
Dimensions: 553 x 135 x 16mm
Discover this new version at www.cme-pro.com.
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