Livid Instruments introduces the limited edition Block Station for iPad and netbook.
The Livid Instruments Block Station dock for the iPad is now available. It comes in a metal aluminum enclosure with hand finished wood ends and a built in space for your iPad or netbook.
• 20.5 × 9.5" × 2.5" (WDH) / weight 5 lbs.
• iPad holder (doesn’t power the iPad). Also fits a net book.
• USB Powered
• MIDI in and out jacks
• Bi-Directional MIDI communication (talkback)
• No drivers needed for Mac, Windows, or Linux.
• 64 Programmable backlight buttons for talk-back and interactive performance
• Programmable MIDI mapping designed to allow you to change the MIDI settings on the hardware
• Anodized aluminum body
• Open Source software tools to create your own LED talkback interaction
• Editor included for MIDI editing, and LED talkback programming
• Made in the USA
• Expansion jacks for additional connections
• Two 1/4" jacks for Roland style foot pedals
• Compatible with any software that supports MIDI learn
• ROHS compliant
• USB cable included
Price is $460.00 USD.
More information and how to order at shop.lividinstruments.
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