Livid Instruments Block Station
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 x 9.5" x 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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