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Workstation from Kurzweil belonging to the PC3LE series

Kurzweil Music Systems announced the PC3LE6, PC3LE7, and PC3LE8 Performance Controller Keyboards are now shipping.

The PC3LE offers 64 voices of polyphony, the DSP synthesis power of the PC3, and up to 10 available insert effects, the company says. The 61, 76, and 88-note keyboards are designed to provide natural, semi-weighted actions, with velocity- and aftertouch-sensitive keys.

The PC3LE line also features USB thumb-drive storage, 16 independent arpeggiators, 16 simultaneous Riffs, 8 backlit impact-sensitive drum pads and high quality 24-bit D/A converters. The 76-note PC3LE7 features a semi-weighted Fatar TP-8 action while the 88-note PC3LE8 includes a fully hammer-weighted Fatar TP-40L action.

For full information on the PC3LE performance controller keyboard and the entire Kurzweil product line, visit www.kurzweil.com.
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