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Edirol PCR-30 USB 32-Key MIDI Controller
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A host of control features including 32 full-sized, velocity-sensitive keys; 8 assignable rotary knobs; 8 assignable faders; and 9 assignable buttons...Click To Read More About This Product
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Versatility and power in a compact, affordable package!
A host of control features including 32 full-sized, velocity-sensitive keys; 8 assignable rotary knobs; 8 assignable faders; and 9 assignable buttons give you formidable control over all major software synths and sequencers. Revised pitch and modulation controls deliver more linear control for accurate performance. A preset memory plus 15 user-memory locations let you save all your good stuff. Supplied control template sheets let you work efficiently with your favorite applications. Includes sustain and expression pedal jacks and MIDI I/O.
The PCR-30 controls a number of parameters not accessible from other controller keyboards at this price. These include RPN, NRPN, SysEx.
The PCR-30 is fully compatible with all the latest operating systems including WinXP and Mac OS X. It is the ideal keyboard for use with Arturia Storm, SONAR, Cubase, Reason, FruityLoops, and most other popular sequencers and software synthesizers.
32 full-sized, velocity-sensitive keys
8 assignable rotary knobs (cut off, resonance, pan, tempo, etc.)
8 assignable faders (volume, EFX send, etc.)
9 assignable buttons (program change, track mute, start, stop, etc.)
One sustain pedal connection
One expression pedal connection
MIDI in & MIDI out
Pitch & Modulation controls (Newly redesigned to be linearly controlled for more accurate performance)
RPN, NRPN, SysEx control
One Preset Memory & 15 User-Memory locations
USB Bus-powered or AC adapter
Template sheets for controls
32 Velocity Sensitive Keys
MIDI Channel Button
Program Change Button
Octave Shift Button (+/-)
Assignable Button (B1--6, L1--3)
Assignable Rotary Volume (R1--8)
Assignable Slider (S1--8)
Assignable Pedal (P1--2)
7 segments, 3 characters (LED)
Hold Pedal Jack
Expression Pedal Jack
MIDI Jacks (IN/OUT)
DC IN Jack
Power Switch (USB BUS/OFF/DC IN)
DC 9 V (AC Adapter) or USB Bus Powered
300 mA (AC Adapter)
300 mA (USB Bus Power)
600 (W) x 232 (D) x 86.4 (H) mm
23-5/8 (W) x 9-3/16 (D) x 3-7/16 (H) in.
2.4 kg / 5 lbs. 5 oz (excluding AC adapter)
AC Adapter (ACP Series)
Template Sheets (GM2/BLANK)
Pedal Switch: DP-2/6
Expression Pedal: EV-5/7
Operating System: Mac OS 8.5, 8.6, 9.x, and OS X
Computer: USB ready Apple Macintosh
CPU/clock: PowerPC G3/233 MHz or higher
Memory (RAM): 64 MB or more
OMS 2.3.3 or later. FreeMIDI 1.35 or later*
* For Mac OS 8.5, 8.6, 9.x. Plug and play on Mac OS X.
Operating System: Microsoft Windows Me/98/98SE/2000/XP
Computer: Windows compatible equipped with a USB* port
CPU/clock: Pentium Processor 200MHz or higher
Memory (RAM): 64 MB or more
USB Chipset: Intel's USB chipset is recommended
* Must have a compatible USB host controller.
EDIROL designs its USB devices in accordance with USB specifications and has passed all compatibility tests
Reviewed by 6 customers
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The price for this model made me worry about the quality but i bought it anyway. this thing i fantastic, it's of good build (i know because it's been kicked around quite a bit and it still has all its keys). i use Reason to make music and the keyboard is completely compatible. my only beef with it is that i realize now that i should've gotten the 49-key version. i suggest saving the extra money, wait a little longer, and get the 49-key version.
It has an awesome solid feel. It's a decent size (bigger than the small M-Audio controllers) and the knobs and faders work great. The pcr-editor is also a great implemation. You definitely get your moneys worth, if not much more!
Has more features than the Oxygen, and not that much more expensive. Easy to setup, and has online templates for mapping to LIVE, Reason and others.
It has pretty much all you'll expect with a basic midi controller. I love the silky smooth faders and knobs. The biggest thing that annoys me is the mod wheel, which only goes up and bounces back down when you release it, making it like a one way pitch bend kinda thing that doesn't stay like the other mod wheels i've used. Otherwise it's an easy piece of gear to get and is usually a stable one. Thought they could make the keys less shiny plastic like and give them a little more weight.
An amazing collection of controls and keys in one package. I use it for playing SampleTank 2XL, D'Cota, Model-E, and Groove Agent. When I have my tracks laid down, I can then use the contols to blend up to 16 channels in the VST Mixer - with "solo" & "mute". Not only that, I can contol the transport function too. WHEW! Roland has a real winner here - a project studio must have item.
Small, portable, easy to set up, lite, great features. You can handle easily and I find to can play it on your lap while recording and is a great tool for midi recording