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Arturia Unveil Limited Edition Black Keylab
Available in 49 and 61 key versions, this professional-grade MIDI controller keyboard takes all the great features of the regular Keylab like semi-weighted keys, pad control, modulation wheels but boasts a fantastic new matte black finish and a more comprehensive library of sounds.
The Black Edition software suite includes samples from a Steinway piano, a high-end piano manufacturer renowned for quality, along with full versions of Arturia’s Prophet V, Solina V and Analogue Lab (with more than 6,000 sounds).
The Black Edition software package is included at no extra cost to the standard Keylab. Such software would normally retail around £180 / £269 alone.
By Michael Storey
Posted on 30 Jul 2015 16:38 to category : Instruments News
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