Nektar will release the Impact LX49 in November
The Impact LX49 keyboard controller that was introduced by Nektar at Musikmesse will start shipping at the beginning of November.
The Impact LX49 is an affordable USB MIDI keyboard controller that retains from the Panorama controllers the integration with most of the DAW available on the market. It also ships with PreSonus Studio One Artist for those who need a DAW.
5 user presets are available for GM setups and MIDI Learn is supported. A Grab feature also allows for mapping several instrument parameters at once in order to control them on the fly (compatibility depends on the DAW) and you can switch between a preset configuration and your own mapping with a single push of a button.
The keyboard features 49 velocity sensitive keys, 9 faders, 9 control buttons, 8 knobs, 6 transport buttons, 8 velocity sensitive pads, modulation and pitch bend wheels and a foostwitch input.
The Impact LX49 price is announced at 149.99€. Visit www.nektartech.com for full details.
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