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Korg introduces the HAVIAN-30 arranger keyboard

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Keyboard Arranger from Korg .

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Korg announces the availability of a new 88-key arranger keyboard equipped with a touch screen, the HAVIAN-30.

Specifications of this new Korg HAVIAN-30:

  • 88-key hammer action keyboard with different weight balance according to the note range (more weight on the low range and less on the high range)
  • More than 950 sounds, including a stereo grand piano with full note sampling (from the note attack to the full release), a stereo upright piano with string resonance, electric pianos, organ, harpsichord, as well as GM 2 instruments and 64 drum kits
  • 256 user sounds and 128 user drum kits with full edit
  • 128-voice sound generator, filters with resonance and RX (Real Experience) technology
  • 4 master stereo effects, 125 types of effects, 3-band EQ for each track, limiter and 4-band parametric EQ on the output
  • 420 reconfigurable Styles, up to 1,040 user Styles, 8 Style tracks, 3 intros, 4 variations, 4 fills, break, 3 outros ; Autofill, synchronized Start/Stop, tap tempo, manual bass, bass inversion, memory, accompaniment mute, chord sequencer and more
  • 240 real time Performances, special Grand Piano performance
  • Song mode with player/recorder, jukebox function with SMF and MP3 file support, lyrics, music scores, markers, MP3 transpose on +6/-5 semitones, MP3 tempo change on +/-30%
  • MP3 recorder with Style, SMF, Keyboard tracks and effects
  • 16-track sequencer, SMF format, up to 100,000 events
  • Programable music database based on styles, SMF, karaoke, MP3 with filtering options
  • Compatible with the i-Series Styles and the Pa Series Styles, Performances, Sounds, Songs and Songbooks
  • Controls: master volume, ensemble, octave transpose, master transpose, tempo lock, arabic scales, metronome, tempo, split, markers, scores, search and more
  • 5“ TFT TouchView color display
  • Mini joystick
  • Pedal/footswitch pedal
  • Headphone/audio output on stereo jack
  • USB MIDI, USB to Device and USB to Host ports
  • 2x 25 W 100mm bass reflex cone speakers
  • Dimensions: 1,312 x 286 x 146mm
  • Weight: 15,1 kg

The new HAVIAN-30 is available for 1,399 € or 1,499 € with stand. More info at www.korg.com.

 

 

 

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