Eighty-Eight Ensemble is world class
The next generation M-Audio Keystation 88 is a simple and powerful keyboard controller that lets you make music and play virtual instruments with your Mac or PC computer. It offers a wide range of possibilities to the user with 88 full-size speed-sensitive keys and special buttons that allow you to control your DAW programs and change the octaves you can play.
With octave keys, pitch-bend and modulation wheels, transport and direction keys, you can easily control your music software without touching your computer. The Keystation 88 II also has a 1/4″ sustain pedal input. You can get real piano sustain by attaching a sustain pedal like the M-Audio SP-2 here.
The Keystation 88, which has been renewed both as a key and electronic circuit compared to its previous versions, is unrivaled in terms of price/performance.
- Ableton Lite
- ProTools | First
- Eleven Lite
- Eighty Eight Ensemble
- 2GB (500+ sounds) from Touch Loops
Keystation 49 comes with Ableton Lite, a simplified version of Ableton, one of the most popular arrangement and editing software on the market.
Xpand!2 is a multitimbral workstation with four active sound slots. Each slot can have its own MIDI channel. There are thousands of different sounds in Xpand!2, from wavetable to FM synthes to sample playback.
Eighty-Eight Ensemble is a highly advanced piano virtual instrument at world standards. An amazing piano sound is at hand with this virtual instrument, which features the carefully sampled sounds of a 9-foot Steinway CD327 piano.
With Apple’s camera connection kit, Keystation 88 can connect to your iPads and control all your music software.
- 88 velocity sensitive, natural piano feel
- Control virtual instrument, DAW and similar software via USB-MIDI connection
- Transport and routing buttons
- Pitch bend, modulation and octave control knobs
- USB powered
- Lightweight and portable
- Ableton Live
- SONiVOX Eighty-Eight Ensemble virtual piano
- Xpand!2 multitimbral workstation
- Sustain pedal input
- Windows XP, Vista, 7 and Mac OS X
- USB Bus powered