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Analog Mixer from Radial Engineering .

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Radial Engineering presents the Key-Largo keyboard interface - a keyboard mixer, DAC, effects loop and remote control all in a compact pedal format.

The Key-Largo is a Tonebone first... It is a combination keyboard mixer, DAC, effects loop and remote control in a compact pedal format.

The Key-Largo features three stereo input channels for your analog synths, each channel being equipped with a level control and an effects send, while a 4th input for a USB connection allows to play back audio files and mix them with the live keys. A stereo effects loop (which can be remotely turned on or off using the left onboard footswitch) lets you add a rackmount delay or reverb.

Finally, stereo direct outputs let you feed your stage monitors while balanced isolated outputs feed the PA system. A middle latching footswitch lets you activate a second effect in the loop, and a third momentary footswitch is assigned for sustain. Side access MIDI connectors are also available to pass-through data and add flexibility.

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