[Musikmesse] M-Audio updates its Keystations
M-Audio will introduce tomorrow at Musikmesse the updated 2014 edition of its Keystation MIDI keyboard controllers.
The four M-Audio Keystation Mini 32, 49, 61 and 88 keyboard controllers have been updated this year. You’ll find easily these new versions in stores thanks to their new grey/blue finish, but that’s not all.
The Keystation Mini 32 includes velocity-sensitive synth-type keys, new octave transpose, sustain and modulation buttons.
The Keystation 49, 61 and 88 feature standard keys, transport and directional controls, and a jack input for sustain pedal has been added.
The three keyboards ship with a software suite that includes the SONiVOX Eighty-Eight Ensemble virtual piano and Ableton Live Lite DAW. The Keystation Mini 32 includes a AIR Music Tech Ignite music creation software. Note that all the Keystations are USB-powered and can be used with your iDevices via an Apple USB camera connection kit.
The new Keystations will be available this summer for the following prices:
- Keystation Mini 32: $49.99
- Keystation 49: $99.99
- Keystation 61: $169.99
- Keystation 88: $219.99
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