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Studiologic Numa Compact 2

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Product Price $499.95
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StudioLogic has filled a persistent need that exists in the MIDI controller and synth world: in a compact size and lightweight cabinet they have inte...Click To Read More About This Product

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Lightweight, compact and powerful 88-key instrument.

StudioLogic has filled a persistent need that exists in the MIDI controller and synth world: in a compact size and lightweight cabinet they have integrated technologies directly derived from high quality and professional keyboards, and delivered them with a playing feel that is satisfying, and control capacities that are intuitive and powerful.

The Numa Compact 2 is a big step forward in terms of sound quality, digital post processing effects and full MIDI controller features. Thanks to the built-in speakers and the internal digital amplifier, the Numa Compact 2 is suitable and flexible in any musical environment.

Solid Control
Expressive performance with two ergonomically designed metal “Stick” controllers. The programmable Sticks and the Aftertouch add a level musical control not typically found in instrument of this category. You can use it with its high quality built-in speakers, practice at home with your headphones, and plug it to the PA system when performing live.

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New OLED display for a clear view. New sound bank section with a wide selection of professional sounds, based on a 1 GB flash memory. New professional FX processor, which allows to perform up to 6 effects simultaneously.

FEATURES
88 Keys semi-weighted keys with aftertouch
128 Voice polyphony
2 Parts: Lower + Upper
88 Sounds (Acoustic and Electric Piano, Bass and Guitars, Organ, Synth, Orchestral)
Up to 6 effects simultaneously
FX1: Drive, Chorus, Phaser, Flanger
FX2: Rotary, Tremolo, Pan Trem, Delay
REVERB: Room, Hall, Plate, Spring
Strings Resonance on all Piano sounds with level control
1GB Sample memory
Global Edit (8 parameters), Program Edit (4 parameters), Part Edit (13 parameters), Mixer (Lower / Upper / Zone A / Zone B volume control)
Master controls: Bass, Treble, Mastering, Volume
Program Change, Bank Select (LSB, MSB), MIDI Channel, Volume, Split assign,
Surround-sound speaker system
Stick 1: Pitch
Stick 2: Mod + FX Control
Audio OUT: 2 x ¼ in. mono jack (L+R)
Headphones: ¼ in. TRS jack (programmable as Aux out)
Pedals: Expression, Universal
MIDI: In, Out
USB: USB to Host, MIDI, USB powerable (not amplified)
DC IN: 12V (included)
Width: 127 cm / 50 in.
Depth: 23 cm / 9 in.
Height: 10 cm / 4 in.
Weight: 7.1 Kg / 15.6 lb.

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StudiologicNuma Compact 2
 
3.0

(based on 3 reviews)

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  • Easy to use (3)
  • Portable (3)
  • Touch sensitive keys (3)

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1.0

Unreliable. Used it for a week before it completely died.

By Rich

from Philadelphia, PA

About Me Professional Musician

Pros

  • Easy to Use
  • Portable
  • Touch Sensitive Keys

Cons

  • Limited Sound Selection
  • Unrealistic sound

Best Uses

    Comments about Studiologic Numa Compact 2:

    Bought and used for a week before it completely died. Unacceptable for a keyboard to be used on regular basis by a working musician. Sounds were ok not great, but when it broke after just a week of use ... that was a deal breaker and I cannot recommend this product to anyone. In fact I discourage anyone from buying it. At this price point you should expect a reliable instrument.

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    4.0

    Excellent bang-for-the-buck stage piano

    By B-Rad

    from Kansas

    About Me Experienced

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    Pros

    • Aftertouch
    • Easy to Use
    • Front panel control of effects.
    • Good MIDI controller
    • Portable
    • Realistic Sound
    • Touch Sensitive Keys

    Cons

    • Mod-stick sprung vertically can't set filter
    • On board speakers while handy, are too weak

    Best Uses

    • Controller
    • MIDI
    • Stage

    Comments about Studiologic Numa Compact 2:

    Ultra lightweight 88's makes loading in and out of gigs a breeze. Excellent piano sound blends nicely with the band and dynamic enough to cut through for the solos. Good rhodes especially with on board phaser adjustable from the front panel. Pretty decent effects all around, but the overdrive is too harsh, too soon for my tastes. The action is much different than any I ever had, but have grown to really like it over the lastseveral months. Nice to be able to turn if the aftertouch upper/lower independently. Good aftertouch response enables more expressive playing with certain sounds; vibrato with both hands on the keys is great.
    I so wish the Mod-stick was not sprung vertically as it would be so nice to be able to adjust the filter to taste and let go to play with both hands. This is the first customization/modification I'll attempt when the warranty runs out. Also, my pitch stick has gone kind of wonky with the last firmware update as it is very slow to respond and takes many sweeps back and forth and up and down to calibrate it and the the pitch back in tune. For gigging, I've made sure the pitch stick is turned off for the pianos and EP's for now. Perhaps the next firmware update will fix this. Speaking of which, very excited for the next firmware that will provide audio to stream in via USB. Thus will make for a wonderful lightweight rig with a laptop or iPad.

     
    4.0

    Great bang for the buck stage piano.

    By B-Rad

    from Kansas

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    Pros

    • Aftertouch
    • Easy to Use
    • Portable
    • Touch Sensitive Keys

    Cons

    • Mod stick is sprung vertically can't set filter

    Best Uses

    • Band rehearsal.
    • MIDI
    • Stage

    Comments about Studiologic Numa Compact 2:

    Super lightweight make loading in and out of the gigs a breeze. Great sounding stage piano blends in well with the band. Dynamic tone can cut through well for the solo's, too. Great MIDI controller with excellent aftertouch response. Very good rhodes with great phaser adjustable from the front panel. Other sounds are usable, the effects help.

    Overdrive is too harsh, too quickly. Hate that the mod stick is sprung vertically as that controls the filter sweep on many sounds. It's a real shame that you can't set it to taste and let go to play with both hands...ugh! That's the first thing I'm going to try to customize/modify when tube warranty runs out. Also my pitch stick went a little wonky. Sometimes it gets very slow to respond and even gets stuck out of tune. This might just be a firmware bug.

    Speaking of that, real anxious for the next update that will allow audio to stream in from the USB. This is gonna be an excellent pairing with a laptop or even an iPad for an ultralight gig rig.

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