Arturia’s premier MIDI controller, KeyLab MkII represents a quantum leap in terms of control, quality, and expression. Featuring a responsive keyboard action with 61-keys, aluminium chassis, advanced configurable interface, 16 RGB backlit performance pads, 9 large faders, 9 rotary encoders, 5 expression control inputs, 4 CV outputs, smart category controls, and – of course – MIDI and USB connectivity. Included is an impressive software bundle: Arturia’s complete Piano V virtual piano instrument, Analog Lab 3, and Ableton Live Lite.
A truly majestic MIDI controller
A new generation of MIDI controller is here, with a focus on incredible build quality, superb durability, expressive control, and ergonomic features that are simply a joy to use, and a pleasure to behold. Everything about this controller is the result of careful thought and research. Its DAW control section feature easily switchable magnetic strips for maximum personalization. The interface is laid out in a smart way that keeps the learning curve to a minimum. Its CV functionality lets you take control of vintage outboard synths or modular devices. KeyLab MkII is a controller for control freaks.
Professional in every way
From its solid metal housing to its responsive performance pads; its programmable user maps to the advanced connectivity; KeyLab MkII is a controller keyboard that puts you in the driving seat. Take full control over your DAW, instruments, effects, and outboard equipment using its hugely configurable user maps, and assign any parameter you want to its multiple switches, performance pads, rotary knobs, and large faders.
Expressive and inspiring
The focal point of a controller keyboard is often one of its most overlooked features. Not with KeyLab MkII! This total control solution features the superbly playable, luxurious-feeling keybed found in Arturia’s flagship MatrixBrute synthesizer. Calibrated to capture every nuance of your performance, from soft flourishes to hammering chords, and with aftertouch, KeyLab MkII puts the “keyboard” back into “controller keyboard”.
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