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Edirol PCR-M1 25 Note USB MIDI Keyboard Controller

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This incredibly slim device includes a 1x1 MIDI interface (In/Out), sustain pedal connection, and expression pedal connection. The rotary encoder tha...Click To Read More About This Product

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Compact and powerful MIDI control!

This incredibly slim device includes a 1x1 MIDI interface (In/Out), sustain pedal connection, and expression pedal connection. The rotary encoder that can be assigned to a number of controls, including scrolling control maps, adjusting velocity, changing MIDI channels, and more. Also includes 3 power options: USB-powered, optional AC adapter, or 4 AAA batteries.

The PCR-M1 also has V-Link support for control of video devices directly from your keyboard. 27 different parameter controls from 16 different physical controls make it extremely versatile. Functions with the powerful PCR-Editor for PC and Mac. Includes gig bag.

  • 25 standard width, velocity-sensitive keys
  • Short-stroke, Low-profile Impact Mechanism (S.L.I.M.) keyboard doe incredible playability
  • 27 fully assignable controllers (with shift function)
  • Rotary encoder can be assigned to scroll program changes, scroll saved control maps, adjust velocity sensitivity, change MIDI channel, or adjust tempo
  • Separate pitch bender and modulation controls
  • 16 control map memory locations
  • Export the same MIDI signals to both USB and MIDI cable at the same time
  • Expression and sustain pedal ports
  • 3-way power supply: USB, optional AC adapter, 4 AAA batteries
  • Protective gig bag included
  • USB connector: Type B
  • MIDI In/Out
  • Pedal connections: Expression, Sustain
  • S.L.I.M. keyboard, 25 velocity-sensitive keys
  • Controllers: Rotary encoder, 8 assignable rotary volume knobs, 6 assignable buttons, octave shift switch up/down, mode switch x 4, transpose switch, pitch bend switch, modulation switch
  • Mac System Requirements:
  • Mac OS 9.x and OS X
  • CPU: Power PC G3/233MHz or higher
  • 64MB RAM
  • OMS 2.3.3 or later
  • FreeMIDI 1.35 or later for Mac OS 8.5, 8.6, 9.x
  • PC System Requirements:
  • Windows Me/98/98SE/2000/XP
  • CPU: Intel Pentium, Celeron, or Intel compatible processor, 600MHz or higher
  • 64MB RAM
  • Intel's USB chipset is recommended
  • 17-3/4"W x 1-1/8"H x 8-11/16"D
  • 3.5 lbs.
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Key input problems

By Dr.Muze

from hawaii

I bought the Edirol PCR-M1 because of its features and positive experience with other Edirol products. MIDI out on a few keys started failing after about 8 months of light use. By the end of a year, I was unable to get MIDI notes into my sequencer, even after changing the key velocity. Will stay away from this type of "thin" keyboard when looking for replacement!


Better than most

By Matt-Dg_G5

from AZ

This keyboard was designed for travel, and at that it excels. Its small size easily fits on top of my clothes in my travel bag. Although the user looses some feel with the slim design of the keys, the quality is far better than most 25 key controllers. Most seem like toys, but not this one -- it is built very solid. It's too bad that the store I went to didn't have one on display as you would see and feel the difference almost immediately.


Might be nice for a DAW if it worked

By Thebes

from Taos, NM

Lots of features crammed into a tiny tiny keyboard. It seemed like a great idea. The first one had velocity sensitivity problems (full on only) on the center half of the keys. The replacement had one key that was WAY too sensitive and one that was a bit more than the others. I am not willing to bet that the third time will be a charm. I'd consider trying an updated one again in a few years. I know it must be difficult to make a keyboard this thin, but they need to work out the reliability or its rather pointless.

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