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Edirol PCR-M30 32-Key MIDI Controller
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The Edirol PCR-M30 32-Key MIDI Controller offers direct connection to your computer through USB. Edirol gives you 32 keys, 27 assignable MIDI control...Click To Read More About This Product
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Flexible and portable MIDI control with premium keyboard feel.
The Edirol PCR-M30 32-Key MIDI Controller offers direct connection to your computer through USB. Edirol gives you 32 keys, 27 assignable MIDI controllers, MIDI I/O, and both sustain and expression pedal connections with the PCR-M30. Edirol also includes a software editor with the PCR-M30 MIDI Controller. The PCR-M30 controller adds features like velocity curves, a switchable MIDI interface, V-LINK, and key action from Roland's higher-end synths. The assignable control array includes 8 knobs, 8 sliders, 9 switches, and 2 pedal ports.
The key action has been refined to produce even less mechanical noise than its predecessor and to offer a consistent, playable feel. The keys themselves are slightly more rounded to keep your fingers from tripping over the keys during quick glissandi. The Pitchbend/Modulation has a rubber coating for easier grip.
32 velocity-sensitive keys
High-quality keyboard mechanism
12 velocity curves and fixed velocity mode
27 fully assignable controls
Rubber-coated pitch bend/modulation lever
One GM2 and 15 user memory set locations
FPT low-latency MIDI transmission
PCR editor software
USB powered or AC adapter (included)
Switchable MIDI interface mode
Sustain and expression pedal ports
Order now and and discover how much control and freedom a good MIDI interface can offer.
5 lbs., 5 oz
Macintosh Requirements: USB-ready Apple Macintosh, Mac OS 9/X, PowerPC G3/233 MHz, 64MB RAM, OMS 2.3.3, FreeMIDI 1.35 (plug and play on OS X)
Windows Requirements: Windows compatible equipped with USB port (Intel USB chipset recommended), Windows Me/98/98SE/2000/XP, Intel Pentium Cerelon or Intel-compatible processor 600 MHz, 64MB RAM
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It took forever for my computer to except the driver. I have it finally linked to a virtual synth and Band in a box. After two days, I still haven't heard a sound triggered by this machine. Nothing should be this difficult. Help line was of no help. Manual assumes you know everything about midi devices and vocabulary.