Alesis Control Hub- Premium MIDI Interface with Audio Output

Alesis Control Hub- Premium MIDI interface with convenient audio playback for Mac or PC

Alesis
Scan code: LN58265 Manufacturer code: Control Hub Request call
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Product Overview MIDI Interface with Audio Playback
The Alesis Control Hub is a professional MIDI interface with audio playback that empowers you to create anywhere. Made for traveling musicians and mobile producers, Control Hub enables you to play, record, and perform with your favorite MIDI keyboards, drum machines, virtual instruments, and more. Its sleek and easy-to-use design fits in your gig or laptop bag and leaves an ultra-small footprint in any recording or performing setup. Plus, a single USB connection to your Mac or PC provides power to Control Hub and plug-and-play connectivity; no power supply or additional drivers required. Control Hub can also connect to your iPad and other devices with the Apple iPad Camera Connection Kit (sold separately) for even more performance and production flexibility.

FULL MIDI CONTROL
Compact, portable, and completely bus powered, the Control Hub is the ideal on-the-go interface. Equipped with both a MIDI In and a MIDI Out jack, the Control Hub is the perfect MIDI Interface for working with workstation keyboards, digital pianos, drum machines and modules, MIDI controllers, sequencers, and other MIDI gear. There is even a customizable foot pedal/footswitch input that can be assigned in your software!

AUDIO OUTPUTS
In addition to the two-way MIDI connection, Control Hub also features a pair of audio outputs for monitoring the audio playback of your Mac or PC on stage, in the studio, or on the go. A headphone output with a dedicated volume control knob is also provided for private recording and practicing. Finally, a main-level control allows you to adjust the global volume, so you can record and perform at the optimal sound level. Features • MIDI interface with audio playback
• Easily connects to your Mac or PC
• MIDI In and Out jacks connect to virtually any MIDI gear
• Audio outputs provide playback from your software or app
• Headphone output with dedicated volume control
• MIDI assignable footswitch/pedal input offers extreme flexibility
• Compact modern design with black chrome accents
• USB-powered; no power supply required
Specifications
Specifications
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PC Interface N/A
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Bit Rate N/A
Frequency Response (Input) N/A
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Warranty

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Details
Duration:
12 months
Type:
Return to base
DOA Period:
28 days
RTB Period:
12 months
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Alesis Control Hub- Premium MIDI Interface with Audio Output
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