Unveiled in June 2008, the C-Thru Music Axis 49 MIDI controller is now available.
Like its older brother the Axis 64, the Axis 49 uses an array of hexagonal keys arranged in accordance to the harmonic table instead of piano keys. These buttons are assigned so that different shapes trigger different types of chord (major and minor triads, for example), no matter where on the grid you play them.
Unlike the Axis 64, the new model has no screen or modulation/pitch-bend wheels, and it’s smaller.
£443 (including VAT, customs charges and delivery).
For more, check out C-Thru Music's website: www.c-thru-music.com.
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