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Musikmesse 2010: Korg release MP10 Professional Music Player
Designed to be the perfect companion to mobile musicians and solo performers, the MP10 by Korg is taking Musikmesse 2010 by storm.
This revolutionary all-in-one product brings together Korg's powerful EDS sound engine, TC Helicon Voice Processor, a slew of on-board effects, a massive 120 GB hard drive, and two of our premium song players ? each capable of playing MIDI or MP3 files.
Thousands of files (MIDI or MP3) can be stored on the internal hard drive and cataloged for instant recall.
These two independent players allow DJ-style mixing and crossfading - with a motorized 60mm crossfader - offering a real non-stop music experience in any environment.
Reliable and easy to use, the MP-10 Pro's hardware interface is centered on Korg's huge color TouchView display.
This intuitive design allows the MP-10 Pro to deliver a wealth of useful features that anyone can quickly understand and enjoy.
In addition to MIDI and USB connections, there are connections for a PC keyboard that makes naming and cataloging songs very efficient.
The video outputs (S-Video and Composite) allow karaoke style lyrics, chord changes, or even full scores to be displayed on an external video monitor.
Add to that the assignable foot pedal control, headphone outputs, and Advanced Vocal Remover, and the MP-10 Pro rises to the top of its class.
There are three different Play modes: Manual (songs can be freely selected and assigned to either player), Auto (using the selected playlist as a guide, the next song will be automatically loaded) and Non Stop.
The Pre Listen function allows the use of headphones to hear either the Master signal (output) or the Monitor signal (to cue the next song).
Through this simple interface the user is always in total control, and can switch between the different play modes at any time during the performance.
The MP-10 Pro includes a powerful database [iTunes compatible] to easily manage thousands of music files.
Finding the right song has never been so easy, thanks to a variety of viewing options and compatible functions.
The Library can be sorted using any criteria; the Browser gives an immediate view of everything available in the selected Genre.
Using the Find function, the MP-10 Pro will carefully search the entire database for your favorite song.Posted on 24 Mar 2010 10:16 to category : Instruments News
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