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Korg Release Diminutive USB Powered Keyboard
The company's microKEY is set to become the perfect choice for controlling computer music software.
The microKey is a slim, lightweight keyboard allowing compact control of your software based music solution.
37 velocity sensitive mini keys on this USB powered unit provide realistic control.
The addition of the easy to play Natural Touch keyboard should have fans of the keys on the microKorg XL giddy with excitement.
For such a small unit the microKEY has remarkable features, including an octave shift and key transpose feature, allowing access to the full MIDI note range.
Alongside this the microKEY includes Pitch Bend and Modulation wheels to add real expression to your performance.
With dual USB ports, this keyboard is set to become the centre of many studios, ideal for adding nanoPADs or nanoKONTROLs to the setup.
The microKEY will be available in November 2010.Posted on 1 Sep 2010 13:36 to category : Instruments News
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