Nektar Panorama P1 controller is available
Nektar announces the availability of the Panorama P1, the "keyboardless" version of its MIDI controllers optimized for Reason, Cubase and Nuendo.
Introduced at NAMM earlier this year, the Panorama P1 features the same deep integration and controls for Cubase, Nuendo and Reason as the Panorama P4 and P6 but the keyboard and pads have been removed. 66 real time controls (buttons, faders...), a TFT color screen and automatic mapping for the DAWs and more than 250 plug-in controls.
Mixer, Instrument and Transport modes are included and MIDI Learn allows the user to customize the mappings or create new ones.
Price : 289.99€ / $349.99 / £244.99
More details available at www.nektartech.com.
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