Native Instruments Komplete Kontrol A25
Native Instruments Komplete Kontrol A25 25-Key USB MIDI Controller Keyboard with NKS
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Native Instruments - 'Komplete Kontrol A25'
MIDI Keyboard Controller
25-KEY MIDI KEYBOARD
WITH IN-DEPTH 'KOMPLETE' INTEGRATION Native Instruments raised the bar with the release of their ‘Komplete Kontrol’ range a few years ago. Delivering incredible integration with the ‘Komplete’ software, a vibrant backlit display and reams of performance and production controls, it’s fair to say that the release was a huge success.
Now, a few years later, NI released an entire new range of keyboards which delivered the same in-depth integration and user-friendly controls, but for a much smaller cost. The ‘Komplete Kontrol’ A-Series are available in 3 sizes, with sleek housing and a interface which encourages experimentation, all for under £200!
• Great entry point into the NI world
• Semi-weighted custom NI keybed
• Full integration with Maschine software
• Highly informative OLED display for at-a-glance navigation
• Intelligent, streamlined keyboard controller for all your virtual instruments and effects
Seamless Integration with 'Komplete'
vibrant and clear displayThrough using the A25’s highly intuitive backlit display, it’s possible to call upon any of NI’s instruments in your library and choose individual presets. Upon choosing your sound, NI’s ‘A25’s touch-sensitive parameters enable you to dial in and adjust your tone as you go alone!
highly responsive keyboardYou’re sure to enjoy the feel of the ‘A25’s semi-weighted keybed. In short, it feels utterly superb, plays great and offers enough resistance to allow you to really dig in to the keys, whilst recovering quickly enough for synth-style repeats. If you’re tapping in drums, laying down an arpeggio or just a simple lead line, you can rely on the ‘A25’s keys.
Includes 'Komplete Instruments & Effects' Library
spark your creativity!Native Instrument’s ‘A-Series’ of keyboards all come with ‘Komplete Instruments & Effects’ software – an extensive library which comprises of The Gentleman classic upright piano, Monark iconic mono synth, Scarbee Mark 1 electric piano, Reaktor Prism polyphonic synthesizer, Reaktor Blocks Wired modular synths, and the powerful Reaktor 6 Player for Reaktor instruments. You also get Kontakt 6 Player (including 50 instruments) and Maschine Essentials (full Maschine software plus 1.6GB Maschine factory selection).
Native Instruments 'M32' or 'A25' - Hidden Differences?
scan pro audio presents...Tom takes a look at the Native Instruments Komplete Kontrol M32 and A25 keyboard to see what the differences are, they both use they same software, they both cost a similar price, but which one is right for you and can he find the hidden difference between them?
The Tech Spec
|Number of Keys||25|
|Type of Keys||Semi-weighted|
|Other Controllers||Pitchbend, Mod Wheel|
|Encoders/Pots||8 x Touch-sensitive Control Knobs, 4-way Push Encoder|
|Pedal Inputs||1 x 1/4" TRS (sustain/expression)|
|USB||1 x Type B|
|Software||Komplete Kontrol, Maschine Essentials, Komplete Instruments and Effects|
|Format||NKS, VST, VSTi|
|Hardware Requirements - Mac||Intel Core i5 or higher, 6GB RAM or more recommended|
|Hardware Requirements - PC||Intel Core i5 / AMD Quad Core or higher, 6GB RAM or more recommended|
|OS Requirements - Mac||AT8466 stand mount for 5/8"-27 threaded stands, 5/8"- 27 to 3/8"-16 threaded adapter, Pouch|
|OS Requirements - PC||Windows 10 Anniversary Update or later|
|Power Supply||USB bus powered|
|Number Of Keys||25|
|Included Software||Selection of NI Software (See Features)|
|USB Bus Powered||Yes|
|Key Size||Full Size Keys|
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