M-Audio Keystation Mini 32
Avid today announced the availability of the new M-Audio Keystation Mini 32 portable keyboard controller.
The Keystation Mini 32 is a 32-note, USB bus-powered keyboard controller designed for musicians on the go.
Small enough to fit in a backpack, this portable controller features:
- 32 mini-keys, enabling musicians to play two-handed parts
- Musical velocity curves, designed to allow keyboard sensitivity customization to individual playing styles
- 4 assignable controls, including a knob, providing real-time control of DAW and virtual instrument functions
- USB bus-powered, plug-and-play connectivity including iPad compatibility (iPad Camera Connection Kit required; check specific apps to verify MIDI support)
Availability & Pricing:
Keystation Mini 32 is now available for $99.99 USD.
Check out Avid for more details.
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