Endeavour has announced new pricing for the Evo keyboard, described as the “world’s first keyboard with touch sensitive keys”: We understand the creative potential of this technology, and would therefore be delighted if everyone owned an evo. For that reason we continually strive to optimize our production process with the aim of optimizing the sale price.… Read More Endeavour Evo Touch Sensitive Keyboard Now 1199€
Musikmesse 2012: The Seelake AudioStation is a all-in-one audio workstion, combining a powerful CPU, multiple audio and MIDI inputs and outputs and microphone preamplifiers in one device. AudioStation functions: Powerful Multi-Instrument VST Player VST Multi-FX Rack Advanced MIDI Patchbay Performance Digital Audio Recorder VST and audio Digital Mixer Multi-Track Digital Audio Player Main features: Powerful processor… Read More The Seelake AudioStation Audio Workstation
Musikmesse 2012: Innovative Instruments was showing the Ribbon Tube Synth, a custom synth created from a Doepfer Ribbon Controller, what looks to be a Mutable Instruments Shruthi-1, a speaker and a giant tube. And some beer. It’s currently priced at 799 Euro. See the Innovative Instruments site for details.
Musikmesse 2012: Roland introduced the PK-9 Pedal Keyboard, a MIDI pedalboard for organists. The PK-9 features 20 velocity-sensitive pedal keys and an integrated expression pedal. It’s designed to work with instruments such as Roland’s Atelier, Combo, and Classic series organs, but will also work with other MIDI devices. Features: 20 pedal keys respond to playing dynamics.… Read More Roland MIDI PK-9 Pedal Board
In addition to the official introductions at Musikmesse 2012, there were, as always, sneak previews of products that aren’t shipping and even some prototypes of things that may or may not ever ship. This video, via Sonic State, captures a very early preview of a ‘skunkworks’ prototype of a U-He Diva hardware controller. Don’t miss… Read More U-He Diva Hardware Skunkworks Prototype (Sneak Preview)