The new Code Series MIDI controllers from M-Audio come in 3 models, all with X/Y controllers, 16 velocity sensitive, assignable pads, highly playable keyboard and much more.
The Code Series Keyboards delivers top-of-the-line performance with professional-feel key bed with aftertouch, very complete feature sets, and includes an award winning software package, yet priced far below what might ordinarily be expected for this level of capability.
Did you enjoy the music from the trailer? We interviewed the composer, Histibe, back in February HERE.
M-Audio Code Series Features:
Velocity-sensitive keys with aftertouch
16 velocity-sensitive pads with completely assignable color LEDs, Note, and CC values
Touch X/Y pad for unique control of virtual instrument and effect controls
USB-bus-powered for portability and ease of use
5-pin MIDI Input and Output jacks enables you to control your favorite synths
Assignable pitch & mod wheels, knobs, faders, buttons (with macro ASCII support) and transport control with Mackie Control® and HUI® modes give you control of your DAW, virtual instruments and effect plugins
Split keyboard with four assignable zones for quick access to multiple virtual instruments at once
Expression and sustain pedal inputs
6-digit LED display
As well as the XY pad, the 16 assignable, velocity sensitive, RGB backlit pads look impressive.
Code Series comes in 3 models and street price is: Code 25 – $299 USD, Code 49 – $349 USD, Code 61 – $399 USD
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