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NAMM 2020 | Arturia reveals the Keystep Pro
Arturia has just launched the Arturia Keystep Pro for The NAMM Show.
The sequencer we've all been waiting for. The Keystep pro promises to remove the barriers between you and the music you want to create. You'll be able to fully control your modular rigs, outboard synths, and software studio all at the same time.
This means producing and performing live with all your gear will be a breeze. Connectivity-wise, you'll find 4 CV, Gate and Mod outputs, 8 dedicated drum Gate outputs, Clocks, MIDI in, 2 MIDI outs, a solo metronome output, sustain input, and USB.
The sleek 37-key MIDI controller and multi-channel polyphonic sequencer also offers a range of performance features including the multi-mode arpeggiator, randomness, easy chord mode, and real-time recording for creating on the fly.
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