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Introducing the MiniLab MKII, Arturia's New Compact Keyboard Controller
Ideal for small studio spaces musicians on the move, the MiniLab MKII affords the player all of the practicality and amazing sound quality of larger controllers in a more compact package.
Setting a new standard for the smaller sized controller market, the MiniLab MKII features 25-note slim keys a velocity sensitive keyboard and a uncompromising stance between size and playability. This emphasis on playability is heightened through the product's 8 RGB backlit pads that help you to easily identify the sound and function of each individual component. With 16 rotary knobs, you can explore a vast array of user defined parameters that help you hone in on a precise and preferred sound. Two of these knobs are clickable and even allow you to access your favourite effects, synths and DAW functions.
Incredibly responsive, the MiniLab MKII allows for touch activated pitch bend and modulation. With a sustain pedal input to replicate and capture an authentic keyboard performance, the MiniLab MKII brings complete creative freedom to the discerning player. Its hundreds of iconic presets and keyboard sounds allow the MinLab MKII player to explore a number of classic and contemporary sounds. From subtle strings to modular monsters, the power is in your hands.
Another integral feature to the makeup of the MiniLab MKII is its ability to help the user record and explore their creative potential . With an included copy of Ableton Live Lite, the player is presented with an intuitive workstation that lets them capture, manipulate and define their sound.
Posted on 17 Nov 2016 16:00 to category : Instruments News
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