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61-Key MIDI Keyboard from Arturia .

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Arturia announces the shipping of its fourth keyboard in the Analog Experience series: Analog Experience The Laboratory 61 keys.

Analog Experience The Laboratory 61 is a 61-note  MIDI  keyboard  with  velocity  and  aftertouch-sensitive  keys  that  is  designed  to  easily  integrate  into  any  studio  and  stage
environment.

 

Packaged with the Analog Laboratory software, it also offers control over 3500 analog sounds, 330 drum  loops and 200 scenes. The  workflow  is  the  same  as  on  a  traditional  hardware  synthesizer.


Assignable pads, knobs and  faders also make AE  Laboratory 61 a MIDI keyboard suited to control third party software or MIDI hardware devices.

 

Main Features

Hardware

•  Keyboard: 61 keys with velocity and aftertouch

•  Controllers: 2 encoders with press selection, 11  standard  rotary encoders, 9  sliders, 23  switches,  1  modulation  wheel, 1  pitch  bend  wheel,  4  touch-sensitive  and pressure-sensitive pads

•  Connectivity  :  Midi  in &  out, USB,  Sustain pedal, Expression  pedal, Aux  footswitch, Breath controller

•  32 digit LED screen

•  Also functions as a universal MIDI controller

 

Integration:

•  Browse presets with the dedicated encoders

•  Save and recall snapshots on your hardware

•  Control any sonic parameter from the keyboard

•  Trigger drums from the pads

 

MIDI controller features:

•  Aluminium and wooden case

•  New editing options allowing for a quick set up with any application, thanks to the MIDI Control Center

•  MIDI set-up directly on the keyboard

 

Software:
•  3500  virtual  analog  synthesizer  sounds

•  200 scenes that will you get started in 11 musical genres: Electro, Urban, Pop, Rock, Soundtrack, Jazz, Latin, Funk, Classical, World, Dub-Reggae.

•  All the presets are selected from the Arturia Classic Synths Minimoog-V,  Moog  Modular  V,  CS-80V, ARP  2600  V,  Prophet  V, Prophet  VS  and Jupiter-8V.

•  Editing  on  the  original  synths  for  the  owners  of Arturia Classic Analog recreations.

•  Preset Manager: by  Instrument, by Type and/or by Characteristics, and find presets according to these filtered choices.

•  Editing,  with  essential  parameters  for  personalizing presets:

o  Filter and LFO sections,
o  4 Key Parameters differing for each preset
o  Chorus & Delay mix
o  2 ADSR envelopes

•  Integrates as a plug-in within your sequencer, on Mac and PC, or plays as a stand alone software synthesizer.

 

Pricing:

MSRP : USD 499 / EURO 429

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