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  • TyokkannTyokkann

    PEARL Diffusion PKB M1 490Published on 03/12/05 at 09:53
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    4 octave keyboard - 49 touch sensitive keys to touch synth

    The PKB M1 49D is a true copy of Midtech MT49 and 2 are all replicas of the Evolution MK 249

    Key size: large
    Display type LED red

    Multiple settings:
    Pitch-Bend
    -Modulation
    -Octave -2 / 3
    -Transpose -12 / +12
    -Change program 0 / 127
    Changes banks -2 (L and M) 0 / 127
    -Storage
    -Setting the velocity curve C0 to C8 + F0 to F2 (12 possible curves)
    -Assign the modulation wheel (standard control change, pitch bend sensitivity, fine Development, Pressure coarse

    Way pressure or velocity)
    -Reset Controllers
    GM-Reset
    - + 9 numeric buttons to change presets + buttons "+" and "-"

    Disponobles taken:
    -Tak…
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    4 octave keyboard - 49 touch sensitive keys to touch synth

    The PKB M1 49D is a true copy of Midtech MT49 and 2 are all replicas of the Evolution MK 249

    Key size: large
    Display type LED red

    Multiple settings:
    Pitch-Bend
    -Modulation
    -Octave -2 / 3
    -Transpose -12 / +12
    -Change program 0 / 127
    Changes banks -2 (L and M) 0 / 127
    -Storage
    -Setting the velocity curve C0 to C8 + F0 to F2 (12 possible curves)
    -Assign the modulation wheel (standard control change, pitch bend sensitivity, fine Development, Pressure coarse

    Way pressure or velocity)
    -Reset Controllers
    GM-Reset
    - + 9 numeric buttons to change presets + buttons "+" and "-"

    Disponobles taken:
    -Taking Power
    MIDI-Out
    Sustain pedal jack-
    Dimensions = 80.5 x 20.5 x 8.4 and weighs about 3 kg =

    Keyboard self-powered by twelve one cord when connected to another device or 9V power adapter for standard

    UTILIZATION

    Touch synth very simple, as all keyboards masters call quality, but enjoyable.
    Use very simple and intuitive for a small footprint.
    Easy setup, the manual is useless.
    Ideal for composition of software pc pout or increase the number of octaves of your synth.

    OVERALL OPINION

    A friend has one and I used it many times.
    Assets:
    - The number buttons 0 to 9 and the buttons "+" and "-" for easy adjustment of parameters and to change the bank without preset or stop playing
    - Self-powered keyboard
    Minimum: Red LED type screen (I personally think it's blah, especially since I had a MidiPro with LCD)
    If you seek a controller keyboard easy to use and effective at home as well as on stage is a good choice especially since the price / quality ratio is very interesting.
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