Arturia KeyStep Pro 37-Key Controller & Sequencer

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KeyStep Pro is a 37-key MIDI controller and multi-channel polyphonic sequencer all in one. It will allow musicians to take full control of their modular rigs, outboard synths, and software studio all at the same time. The 4 independent polyphonic sequencer tracks give you full control over your instruments, and Track 1 can also function as a 16-part integrated drum sequencer. It’s incredibly intuitive, has unparalleled connectivity, and promises to make even complex performances a breeze.

If you prefer keys to pads, you’ll love KeyStep Pro. It sports a great-feeling 3 octave keyboard with velocity sensitivity and aftertouch. Letting you fully articulate your musical ideas, this expressive little sequencer truly puts your whole music-making ecosystem at your fingertips. Arturia’s designers studied the way musicians actually used their Step controllers, and created KeyStep Pro to remove the barriers between you and the music you want to create.

Features:

  • 37 note slim keys, velocity and aftertouch sensitive; LED above each key for efficient visual feedback
  • Four track step sequencer: 16 step buttons, up to 64 steps per sequence; Up to 16 notes of polyphony per step
  • Melodic sequencer: Real-Time recording, step recording, step editing; Pitch, velocity, gate length, time shift and probability for each note; Scale quantization with user scales; Polyphonic CV outputs
  • Drum sequencer: 24 part drum sequencer; Polyrhythm
  • Performance-oriented sequencer: Forward and two random playing modes; Pattern randomization; Quantized or unquantized recording; Looper
  • Arpeggiator: 7 arpeggiator modes, 5 octave range; Chord mode
  • Controller mode: Use the 5 encoders to send CCs; Automate the CCs
  • Crisp OLED display
  • 4x (CV, Gate, Mod) outputs + 8 drum gate outputs
  • 1 MIDI in, 2 MIDI out, USB, Clock synchronization
  • Metronome with included speaker and line output
  • Sustain pedal input

Specifications:

  • Dimensions: 23.2" x 8.2" x 1.5" inches" (589 x 208 x 38mm)
  • Weight: 5.9 lbs. (2.7 Kg)
  • Box contents: KeyStep Pro unit, Registration card, Quick Start, USB cable, Power supply
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