Native Instruments

Native Instruments was founded in 1996 in Berlin and produces the very popular Komplete software, with titles like Reaktor, Kontakt, Guitar Rig, Massive & Absynth. They also produce hardware, such as Maschine & the Komplete Kontrol keyboards . Thier Traktor software and controllers are used by some of the world's leading DJ's such as Carl Cox and Andy C.

25+ Note Keyboard Controllers

Designed to let you control your Softsynths and samplers on the go, these units are perfect for anyone wanting to work whilst travelling, or where space is limited, or where the artist simply doesn't need any more than 25 notes. These units typically include an Octave up and down switch enabling you to reach the higher or lower notes that would be present on a full size keyboard.

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49+ Note Keyboard Controllers

These Keyboards are great where space is at a premium or if you want to work on the move. Although not as many notes as a full size keyboard, many units typically have an Octave Up/Down feature to allow you to access the extra notes, and many have an array of knobs, switches and sliders allowing you to control your Softsynths and Samplers with ease.

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61+ Note Keyboard Controllers

Any keyboard at 61 plus notes is referred to as a 'full size' keyboard, as 5 octaves is deemed to be 'playable' by a regular Piano player ( i.e. both hands playing at once ) Many of these keyboards feature Knobs, Sliders and Switches which enable you to control your Softsynths and Samplers. 88 note keyboards are the biggest of the full size keyboards and the keybed can be weighted in deifferent ways to emulate the feel of a real piano. Some 88 note controllers have Fully Weighted or Hammer Action keys, which are very similar to the feeling of a real piano keybed.

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Controller Accessories

Accessories to go with your studio midi controllers, with covers for keyboards and stands for your equipment

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Controller Bundle Offers

Here we've tried to 'bundle' together items that are usually asscociated or bought alongside Controllers. In this way, our price should be better than buying the items seperately.

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DJ Controllers

The rise of MP3's and online music stores has led to a new generation of digital controllers to allow you to mix on your P.C. and laptops. These controllers are designed to make the art of performance both easy and intuitive for the DJ in you no matter how much or how little previous experience you may have.

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DJ Digital Vinyl Systems

Digital Vinyl Systems or DVS let you control computer based dj software using Turntables or CD Players.

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DJ Mixers

Dj mixers allow you plug in your gear and start mixing between your choice of sources, using Vinyl, CD's and MP3's. Higher end mixers often increase the channel count and add in additional effects and features, allowing you to perform to your very best.

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MIDI Controllers / Grid Instruments

Control surfaces come in many size and shapes with smaller units offering basic playback control functionality and in the other extreme the larger units will replicate a complete mixing desk. Having a physical and tactile controller will allow quick and easy control over your software package of choice helping to improve your workflow in the studio.

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Pro Audio Software

Our range of sequencers are the ideal companions to any of our DAW systems. These software packages will allow you to record, edit and mix your music inside the PC to a standard that only a few years ago required a professional studio to achieve.

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USB Audio Interfaces

USB & Firewire audio interfaces offer high quality inputs and outputs for recording and playing back your audio. With the added advantage of being easy to transport and move between systems, they are a popular solution for performers wishing to have a single high quality interface they can move between the studio and stage with ease. USB audio interfaces due to their portability and often great value remain perhaps the most common audio interfaces in use today. With USB being the computer worlds most widely supported connection standard, through using an USB audio interface it allows us the flexibility of having it either in the studio or to easily take it out on the road with you. This means that you can use the same high quality audio I/O connections and quality recording signal path found within your audio interface, no matter where your projects may take you. Regular USB audio interfaces are likely to be based around the classic USB connection

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