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[NAMM] The M-Audio Trigger Finger goes Pro

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M-Audio will debut tomorrow at NAMM 2014 the modernized Pro version of its Trigger Finger MIDI controller and sequencer.

10 years after the release of the first model, M-Audio reworked the orignal Trigger Finger concept into the new Pro edition that will be introduced tomorrow at Anaheim.

The Trigger Finger Pro features the following:

  • 16 RGB backlit pressure-sensitive pads
  • Built-in sequencer with 16 backlit buttons and a high resolution display
  • 48 MIDI assignable controls, including 4 faders, 4 knobs, 4 buttons each with 4 banks, pitch bend, modulation and more
  • 8GB of sounds, loops and one shots included
  • USB connection to Mac and PC
  • Detachable 3-position stand underneath the device

The Trigger Finger Pro ships with a software bundle featuring the AIR Music Tech Hybrid 3 synth, 16 custom drum kits from Black Anomaly, 10 expansion packs from Prime Loops and 5 ToolRoom Record artist sound packs from Mark Knight, Tocadisco, D Ramirez, Reve Amesz and Macry Lys, as well as 2000+ patches and presets for Hybrid 3.

The Trigger Finger Pro will be available this Spring for the US street price of $399.

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