Keylab 25 USB Keyboard by Arturia
Keylab 25 is small in size but big on features. It is designed to allow you the control you need in a smaller professionally built package. It also comes with our Analog Lab software that gives you access to thousands of the best sounds from our V-Collection library.
The rugged and lightweight 25-key keyboard will fit perfectly into a crowded, professional setup : With semi weighted keys, velocity and aftertouch you will be able to have big keyboard feel in a smaller package. In addition it has 10 assignable encoders, 9 45mm faders, 10 assignable switches, as well as more than enough connectivity on the back panel (USB 1.0 and MIDI out, sustain).
This premium controller also gives full access to our Analog Lab software; its pre-assigned controls make it the perfect solution for plug and play sound creation. Once the software is connected to the keyboard, you can put your mouse away and experience the same workflow as on a traditional hardware synthesizer.
Analog Laboratory Experience
With Keylab 25, and Analog Lab software, you will have great depth of access to the synth and keyboard patches so you can really get in and customize the huge library of presets. A new Multi mode allows several sounds to be played at the same time with the addition of effects, layer/split functions and a Chord mode.
Of course the keyboard is not just limited to working with Analog Lab. It can be easily used as a controller for any other software and customized to your setup using our MIDI Control Center software.
Professional grade USB MIDI Controller
Keylab 25 is our new compact 25 key USB MIDI Controller. It is entirely pre-assigned to work with the Analog Lab software, enabling you to take an immediate and in-depth control over your sound. But the Keylab keyboard also acts as a Universal Midi controller, compatible with any third party software and hardware.
Features • All Metal construction
• MIDI Control Center software for creating your own presets
• Includes Analog Lab with 5000 synth sounds
• 1:1 control of Analog Lab software.
• All presets are carefully selected from the Arturia Classic Synths (mini V, Modular V, CS-80V, ARP 2600 V, Prophet V, Prophet VS, SEM V and Jupiter-8V) and from Wurlitzer V, our recreation of the classic 200A electric piano. These TAE® powered sounds offer unparalleled audio quality.
• Straightforward editing, with a complete array of parameters for tweaking sounds, directly assigned to the controls of the Keylab 25
• Keyboard : 25 semi weighted keys with velocity and aftertouch.
• Controllers : 2 clickable encoders, 11 encoders, 9 sliders, Pitch bend and Mod Wheel, 6 transport switches, 15 control buttons, octave up/down buttons
• Connectors : MIDI in & out, USB, Sustain pedal, Expression pedal, Aux footswitch, Breath controller inputs
• High quality aluminum and wooden construction
• General purpose universal MIDI controller
More information can be found in the PDF below:
|Number Of Keys||25|
|Dimensions||465mm x 298mm x 70mm|
|Included Software||Ableton Live Lite 9, Analog Lab|
|USB Bus Powered||Yes|
|Product Weight||3.9 kg|
|Key Size||Full Size Keys|
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