Seaboard RISE 25 Key board from Roli for Stage or Studio
Pliable, pressure-sensitive keywaves take the place of keys on a traditional keyboard. The sensor-embedded keywave surface lets you shape sound through touch. Three faders let you fine-tune the responsiveness of the surface to touch.
You can control sound and make music through Five Dimensions of Touch: striking the keywaves, pressing into them, gliding sideways along them, sliding up and down the keywaves, and lifting off.
Wireless and portable
Using MIDI over Bluetooth, the Seaboard RISE works wirelessly, helping you take it wherever you wish to make music. Each controller comes with a custom-made carrying case.
25 or 49 keywaves
The Seaboard RISE is available in two keywave models, the two-octave RISE 25 and the four-octave RISE 49. This offers maximum versatility for Creators to bring Five Dimensions of Touch to the stage as well as the studio.
Software for stage or studio
The Seaboard RISE comes with Equator, ROLI’s custom-built software synthesizer and sound engine, and it’s compatible with range of DAWs across OS X and Windows platforms.
Thin, elegant, powerful
The most powerful multidimensional MIDI controller is wireless and less than one inch thick.
Take it wherever you make music
Noise, our free music app and mobile sound engine, makes it even easier to take your wireless RISE between home, studio, and gig Features • Continuous pedal input (1/4" jack)
• USB B port (MIDI out and power)
• USB A port (for charging peripherals)
• 9–12V 2A DC port
• Internal battery
• Full MIDI compatibility over USB and Bluetooth
• Bundled with Equator, the world’s first purpose-built, multi-dimensional software synthesiser, and Bitwig 8-Track DAW
• OS X 10.8+ / Windows 7+ / iOS
• Intel Dual Core i5 2.5GHz or faster recommended
• 4 GB RAM minimum / 8 GB RAM recommended
• 2 GB available disk space for Equator installation
• USB 2.0+ port for USB compatibility
• Bespoke soft case
• Manage settings in ROLI Dashboard
• USB cable
• One year full warranty
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For further information regarding Scan's warranty procedure please see our terms and conditions
- 12 months
- Return to base
- DOA Period:
- 28 days
- RTB Period:
- 1 months
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