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Keystation 88es - 88-Key Semi-Weighted USB MIDI Controller

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M-Audio KeyStudio 88es Controller Keyboard88 semi-weighted and velocity-sensitive keysAssignable modulation wheel for vibrato and filter effectsPitch bend wheel for expressive performancesOctave/transpose buttons to change the note range and keyMIDI output routes the USB MIDI computer data to MIDI devicesAssignable volume sliderSustain pedal and volume pedal jacks (pedals sold separately) USB powered—input for optional power supplyIncludes Ableton Live LiteIncludes Ignite music creation softwareOn/off switch53"(W) x 9-1/2"(D) x 4"(H)22 lbs.Ignite Music Creation Software Seamless M-Audio keyboard integrationCapture ideas quickly—with professional resultsEasily combine and arrange individual recordingsUnique musician-centric workflowIntuitive graphic interface aids productionSmart MIDI chord and phrase creators Easy sharing and collaboration via SoundCloudExport WAV and MIDI files for use with any DAW
Ableton Live Lite
Ableton Live Lite delivers much of the functionality of Ableton Live—the revolutionary, multi-award winning music production solution that allows you to spontaneously compose, record, remix, improvise and edit your musical ideas in a seamless audio/MIDI environment. Live brings your acoustic, electronic and virtual instruments—as well as your digital audio recordings and MIDI sequences—together in a single interface with unparalleled ease of use. details
Ignite Music Creation Software - Crafted for the Way You Create - Available Now
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USD 199.99
…“the Keystation 88es is a sleek, sturdy keyboard that’s hard to beat at this price point.”
- Keyboard/February 2005
"M-Audio's modus operandi has always been to out-feature...the competition, and their MIDI keyboards tend to offer not just the generous quantity of controls for the price, but impressive flexibility, and clarity about what's going on, when it's time to program them."
- Keyboard, February 2007