K Board USB Keyboard by KMI
KMI (Keith McMillen Instruments) K Board, 25 Keys - Not weighted
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The 25 touch-sensitive keys detect finger pressure, velocity, and tilt. This gives you an unbelievable amount 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 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.
This thing is tough so tough that the guys at KMI have ran a truck over this thing and its survived. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FqIaLLIk4yY Now we do not recommend trying that or spilling liquid on it (which they have also done and it survived) but you do get an idea of how awesome this will be for butter finger producers and touring performers.
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.
"I give the K-Board 4 out of 5 subs, it’s a super portable and very expressive controller that works without any fuss." - Sounds And Gear Features Includes:
• 1x K-Board controller
• 1x USB cable (USB 2.0 A to Micro-B, 1 m)
• 1.18" x 0.51" / 30 mm x 13 mm
• 0.76 lb / 345 g
• K-Board is bus-powered via the USB port when connected to a computer or tablet.
• USB micro jack
• 25 Key pads with velocity, pressure, and tilt sensitivity
• 2 octave switching buttons*
• 1 pitch bend pad
• 5 mode buttons
*K-Board defaults to a note range of 48 (C2) to 72 (C4). The octave buttons allow you to shift up another 3 octaves or shift down 2 octaves for a total range of 7 octaves (C0-C7).
• 32 LEDs with 16 levels of brightness
• Mac OS: Mac OS 10.5 or later, Intel Core 2 Duo 2.3 GHz or greater, 50 MB free hard disk space
• Windows: Win 7 (64 bit) and Win 8, Intel Core 2 processor or greater, 1GB of RAM with 50 MB free hard disk space
More information can be found in the PDF below:
|Number Of Keys||25|
|Dimensions||325 x 11 x 84|
|USB Bus Powered||No|
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- 12 months
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