61-Key MIDI Keyboards news
- 04/01/16Hot news
Akai's Advance keyboards get major VIP 2.0 update
Akai has announced the addition of VIP 2.0 software with the Creative FX Plus suite to their family of Advance keyboards.
- 11/05/15Special price
Native Instruments offers 'Smart Deal' on S-Series
Native Instruments today announced a special deal with reduced prices on three of their Komplete Kontrol S-Series keyboards.
- 07/06/15Hot news
Included with the Advance controllers, VIP brings your VST instruments together
We recently reviewed the Akai Advance 49 keyboard. In fact, we gave it an Audiofanzine Award for Innovation. A big part of the value of the Advance series keyboards is how they integrate with the included VIP software (standalone and plug-in), which allows you to access all of your VIP instruments from one convenient interface. In this video, we...
Bitwig 8-Track DAW offered to Nektar customers
Nektar Technology partnered with Bitwig to offer their customers a brand new light version of the Bitwig DAW.
- 05/01/15Special price
Native Instruments offer on the Komplete series
Native Instruments has launched a deal for Komplete users who haven’t purchased their Kontrol S keyboard yet.
[Musikmesse] Panorama update for Cubase users
Nektar introduces at Musikmesse version 1.5 of the integration system for Cubase for its Panorama MIDI controller keyboards.
- 04/15/15Hot news
[Musikmesse][VIDEO] Roli Seaboard and Equator
Roli introduces at Musikmesse its first virtual synth and more compact and affordable versions of its Seaboard controller keyboard.
Novation upgrades its Launchkey range to mk2
Novation decided to enhance the design of its Launchkey MIDI controller keyboards and pads as well as the Launchpad Mini.
- 01/25/15Hot news
[NAMM][VIDEO] M-Audio Code
We went to see the new Code MIDI controller keyboards with built-in pads and XY touch controller at the M-Audio booth at NAMM 2015.
- 01/23/15Hot news
[NAMM][VIDEO] Akai Advance 61
Akai introduces at NAMM controller keyboards with advanced plug-in integration. Is it the first serious competitor to the Native Komplete Kontrol?