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Novation Ultranova synthesizer details revealed
Details of the new Novation Ultranova synthesizer have been revealed by the company.
It comes with a 37-note Fatar keybed, a 144-character LCD and eight assignable touch-sensitive rotary encoders, reports MI-Pro.
"Described as its 'secret weapon', the Ultranova's new Touch tool is a unique system that allows the eight encoders to react precisely to finger contact," the news provider explained.
Users of the musical instrument will be able to employ up to 300 onboard sounds when playing the advice.
The sound options have been arranged by type and musical genre, making it simple for users to browse through them.
ÂPosted on 9 Sep 2010 16:57 to category : Instruments News
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