The 61-note PC361 is designed to deliver 128 voices with hundreds of new sounds: basses, drums, guitars, and synths, along with a collection of keyboard emulations, KB3 Mode and 250+ orchestral and string section programs.
An unlimited-track sequencer is included, with 960 PPQ resolution. Also includes USB, flash xD card port, a newly designed keyboard action, and a new user interface.
Kurzweil describes the PC361 as a combined performance controller, synthesizer and workstation.
Pricing & Availability
Suggested Retail Price: $2395 (approx. 1800 Euro). Estimated Release Date: Spring 2009 (N. America).
For more detail, check out Kurzweil’s website: www.kurzweilmusicsystems.com.
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