C-Thru Music AXiS
C-Thru music is showing it Axis 49 prototype.
The AXiS-49 is a USB MIDI keyboard designed for home studio or tour bus use.
Theyare at the prototyping stage and hope to have the '49 available late in 2008 or early 2009. The key mechanism is the same as the Axis 64. Expected price is $500.
Range : 49 notes at a time
Keyboard : 14 columns of 7 notes in Harmonic Table format.
Weight : 850 g
Width : 290 mm
Depth : 200 mm
Height : 43 to 51 mm (adjustable feet)
Controls : Up-Octave, Down-Octave
(together to reset and send All_Notes_Off)
can be set from -3 to +3 octaves
Notes : Sends MIDI notes 0-120.
Output : MIDI over USB
Uses MIDI channel 01 only.
Powered via USB.
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