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SynthStation49 is a music controller designed specifically for use with the iPad.

 

SynthStation49 includes direct in-app MIDI recording from its velocity-sensitive keyboard, nine MPC-style drum pads and array of transport controls.

 

In addition to its integration with the SynthStation app, SynthStation49 is also iOS CoreMIDI compatible, making it compatible with dozens of music apps.

 

You can dock, power and position the iPad using the adjustable-angled cradle, or establish commanding control over your favorite computer software using SynthStation49‘s USB/MIDI port. ¼” outputs are included.

 

SynthStation49 is a professional keyboard controller allowing direct MIDI performance recording onto an iPad. SynthStation49 provides software control with forty-nine velocity-sensitive keys, nine backlit MPC-style drum pads and full transport buttons. An adjustable-angled dock for iPad allows the user to slide their tablet into the SynthStation49’s cradle and position the screen to their preference.

 

SynthStation49’s keyboard, pitch/modulation wheels and sustain pedal input are designed to provide feel and controls for musicians and producers to compose, record and perform. The nine drum pads of SynthStation49 give users beat-creation capabilities over the 50 classic and modern kits available within the SynthStation software. Program, Sequence, Song select and Transport buttons also provide navigation to the SynthStation App’s most used components.

 

SynthStation49 also contains a stereo pair of professional ¼” TRS outputs with volume knob for connecting to other pro audio equipment on stage or in the studio. A headphone output also lets users practice and compose in private. The SynthStation49’s USB port can be connected directly to a Mac or PC computer to receive power in addition to transmitting MIDI to and from music software. You can even use SynthStation49 as a traditional USB MIDI controller with your computer – no iPad required.


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