KMI Qunexus USB Keyboard
Keith McMillen - QuNexus , 25 Keys with Pressure, Tilt and Velocity Sensing.
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|Cost of purchase:||£145.00|
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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.
The 25 touch-sensitive keys detect finger pressure, velocity, and tilt. This gives you an unbelievable mount of control over your playing that isn’t really seen in most 25 key keyboards. Each key/pad is backlit and lights up with touch or when you send midi (now you can watch what is happening in your crazy arpeggios) perfect for DJ gigs or anytime you want to look cool with a portable light show. You can dial in things like tilt pitch bend or infinite sustain with the very extensive software.
Yep that’s pretty incredible. This is completely USB powered or if you use your own apple camera connection kit you can use your iPad power. Take it anywhere you are working on music and need to get ideas down.
With the Quenexus you get control of CV, OSC, USB, and MIDI (via optional MIDI Expander). Hooking up Hardware becomes easier than ever and with such a small footprint for an interface you will be surprised some of the big sounds you will be able to control.
“For a compact MIDI/CV controller, the QuNexus reaches for superlatives both in build quality and flexibility. Decidedly not your average mini-keyboard, the QuNexus integrates with more gear before 6 a.m. than most MIDI products do all day.” - Electronic Musician
“QuNexus has earned a place at the very top of the micro-keyboard rankings. The superb accuracy and feel of the rubber pads is second-to-none among its competitors.” - Resident Advisor
“QuNexus is well-suited to anyone wanting a unique input that they can easily carry around. It’s perfectly playable, and small and light… for many musicians, it will be a must-buy.” - Create Digital Music Features Plug and Play
QuNexus is class compliant and works natively with any system that supports MIDI. Mac OS, Windows, Linux, iOS, and Android* with no software drivers required. You can also take control of analog gear via Control Voltage (CV) or 5-pin MIDI**.
*Android does not natively support MIDI, but a driver is available for download
**KMI MIDI Expander is required to control 5-pin MIDI hardware
Rugged on the Road
The QuNexus keys and buttons are made from a durable silicone composite, so don’t worry about the keys or buttons breaking when you throw QuNexus into your backpack or laptop bag.
More information can be found in the PDF below:
|Number Of Keys||25|
|Connections||1 x Micro USB|
|Dimensions||13 mm x 254mm x 89mm|
|USB Bus Powered||No|
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- 12 months
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- DOA Period:
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