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Evolution mk-249c2
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Evolution mk-249c2

49-Key MIDI Keyboard from Evolution .

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  • Manufacturer: Evolution
  • Model: mk-249c2
  • Category: 49-Key MIDI Keyboards
  • Added in our database on: 01/03/2015

Features
- 49 full-size touch sensitive keys
- Slider and modulation wheel both act as fully assignable controllers
- Both controllers plus the keys can be assigned to different MIDI channels
- 10 non-volatile memories - stored even when powered off
- Unique data entry buttons for fast, precise control
- USB compatible (USB cable plus PC and Mac drivers included)
- Provides USB to MIDI interface with standard MIDI OUT socket
- Sustain pedal socket plus 9V DC power socket for use with other MIDI products

The keyboard also features pitchbend wheel, modulation wheel (fully assignable), volume slider (fully assignable), transpose function, octave shift, program and bank change, 3 digit LED display, 10 non volatile program memory buttons (stored even when keyboard is unplugged), a sustain pedal socket and can also act as a USB to MIDI interface.

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Other names: mk249c2, mk 249c 2, mk 249 c2, mk249 c2, mkii49c2, mkii49 c2

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