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ARTURIA KEYLAB ESSENTIAL 61
Code de produit : KEYLABESSENTIAL61
CLAVIER CONTRÔLEUR MIDI ARTURIA KEYLAB ESSENTIAL 61
Prix sugg. : 512,00$
- Fourchette de prix : 250,00 - 499,99$
- Quantité disponible : 2
- Disponibilité : Expédition en 1-2 jours
Creating music in the digital world is sometimes a little challenging. So many distractions, so many new things to learn. KeyLab Essential lets you focus on what’s important…
Music is at the heart of this controller. Every aspect of KeyLab Essential has been carefully chosen to give you the best possible experience when creating and performing. From the responsive keyboard to the intelligently assigned knobs and faders, you’ll feel like everything you touch turns to gold. KeyLab Essential makes navigating your track a breeze thanks to the dedicated DAW Command Center, and makes browsing your presets an exciting, inspiring experience.
KeyLab Essential helps you keep your eye on the target. Spend less time with a keyboard and mouse, and more time creating, performing, and playing.
Make music - your way
Never been fan of menu excavations and setting headaches? We think the same.
That’s why we’ve created KeyLab Essential: to make the technical stuff as simple as possible.
It’s easy to let your concentration drift and your inspiration slip when you spend hours on tedious tasks. KeyLab Essential is the result of careful research, with the aim of streamlining your creative process, giving you more time to express yourself through music. With the KeyLab Essential on your desk and its comprehensive set of music software loaded in your computer, the only required step to start experimenting, composing and recording is sitting in front of them.
Once you’ve experienced the creative workflow of KeyLab Essential, you’ll wonder how you ever made music without it.