ARTURIA MICROLAB 25 “Slim Key” Midi Keyboard Orange
Arturia Microlab 25 “Slim Key” Midi Keyboard, Velocity Sensitive, Pitch Bend Strips, Rubberised, Orange
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Our aim with ScanProtect is to encourage our customers to upgrade or build their own PC confidently. For a small additional fee our customers are provided with complete peace of mind.
MicroLab features the same professional slim-keys as their industry standard KeyStep controller. The keybeds found on budget controllers are often not very inspiring, but the 25 expressive, velocity sensitive keys on MicroLab are simply a joy to play. The hold button gives you instant sustain, and by holding the shift key, you can access the “Chord” mode, letting you program in a chord and replay with just one finger
The rubberized shell protects MicroLab from and bumps and scrapes when you’re on the move, and also features a recess that perfectly fits the USB cable, letting you store or pack it easily. MicroLab also includes capacitive mod and pitch controls that work in the same way that touchscreens do, these also let you swipe through and select presets with a tap. You can also quickly switch MIDI channels via the dedicated knob and numbered keys.
Arturia have designed this controller to work with you, and not get in the way. Because the cable is recessed, you can push it right up against other gear in your studio without cables getting in the way. It’s the width of the average plane and train tray table, and the shell stops it from sliding around. The keys are also recessed slightly into the body, nothing sticks out, so there’s nothing to catch when you slip it into your backpack.
MicroLab includes 3 great software titles for free:
• Analog Lab Lite Explore 600 fantastic presets taken from Arturia’s award winning V Collection series. Analog and digital synths, classic organs and pianos.
• UVI Grand Piano Model D A beautifully sampled Steinway for you to play using MicroLab’s expressive, velocity sensitive keys.
• Bitwig Studio 8-Track A powerful and innovative software studio to record, sequence, and mix your tracks. Make music right out of the box. Features • 25 “Slim Key” velocity sensitive keyboard
• Octave, hold, and MIDI channel select buttons
• Capacitive mod and pitch bend strips
• Protective rubberized shell
• 3 color options
• Integrated USB cable storage
|Number Of Keys||25|
|Connections||1 x USB|
|Included Software||Analog Lab Lite / UVI Grand Piano Model D / Bitwig Studio 8-Track|
|USB Bus Powered||Yes|
|Product Weight||0 kg|
|Key Size||Mini Keys|
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