With the new MidAir 37, you can finally control your standard software or MIDI instruments with a wireless keyboard and compact. Similarly equipped to the legendary keyboard controller Oxygen8 the MidAir 37 provides 37 touch sensitive keys, a three-digit LED display, nine MIDI-assignable faders, eight MIDI-assignable knobs, pitch and the modulation over an entrance to sustain all this in a wireless design.
Wireless USB MIDI controller and receiver with a range of 9m
Keyboard 37 standard-size touch sensitive keys and synth action
9 programmable MIDI sliders
8 MIDI-assignable knobs
program change buttons
up / down buttons (up / down) octave / preset
Sustain button programmable
Sustain foot pedal input (not included)
slider programmable data
pitch bend and modulation
3 digit LED display
10-volatile memory locations
all controllers fully programmable with a number and a MIDI controller channel
MIDI Out jack on controller
USB 1.1 and MIDI In / Out on the receiver MidAir
powered via 9V transformer or battery
on / off switch
native support for Windows XP and Mac OS X
Music Production Software Ableton Live Lite 5 included so you can make music right away
I put 10 because everything is in line with what is described.
(I do not lower the rating because it does not work 30 meters for example., We are promised 9 m, I tested it to 15 without problem)
The keyboard is hard enough for us to beat him up, and fluid enough to lead the chorus on stage. the price should really be pinailleur to have to say.
very simple configuration. we assign the pots and sliders as you want and we save each configuration in one of the persistent memory 10.
can connect the receiver to the bottom of a computer (USB), but you can also do without a computer to control machines noon (expanders, sequencers, etc.).
There's a small loupiotte that lights on the keyboard (so the transmitter) and receiver to confirm that the link goes. if ever it landed, do not worry, it cares not shit, the receiver says "midi of" the slave and it all comes in the order as soon as the connection resume.
the manual is useless for most it is so simple and logical.
still a good rating because there's nothing to blame, there are no surprises.
it's "B & J"
There are wireless systems need to connect the two parties (the master transmitter, the slave receiver) is less convenient and more expensive (but hey, with longer ranges anyway).
Warning: to be confused with wireless systems that transmit modulation (microphones, guitars ...), then it is good to all controls noon.
I put 10 for the price / quality ratio: Remember that this keyboard costs just 279 euros (the catalog in September 2008). I got to 249, the discount price around (I bought several for a school, all students are happy).
Ableton Live Lite comes with is cool.