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M-Audio Keystation 88 II | 88-Key USB MIDI Keyboard Controller at 13520.00 PHP from Lazada
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M-Audio Keystation 88 II | 88-Key USB MIDI Keyboard Controller
₱ 13,520.00 ₱ 16,900.00
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M-Audio Accent Digital Piano with 88 Hammer-Actions Keys, Built-In Speakers at 29988.00 PHP from Lazada
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M-Audio Accent Digital Piano with 88 Hammer-Actions Keys, Built-In Speakers
₱ 29,988.00 ₱ 41,000.00
Lazada
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M-Audio Maudio Axiom Air Mini 32 Midi Controller at 14800.00 PHP from Lazada
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M-Audio Maudio Axiom Air Mini 32 Midi Controller
₱ 14,800.00 ₱ 17,760.00
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M-Audio OXYGEN 88 | 88-Key Graded Hammer-Action USB MIDI Controller at 34999.00 PHP from Lazada
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M-Audio OXYGEN 88 | 88-Key Graded Hammer-Action USB MIDI Controller
₱ 34,999.00 ₱ 45,000.00
Lazada
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M-Audio Accent Digital Piano with 88 Hammer-Actions Keys, Built-In Speakers at 29999.00 PHP from Lazada
M-Audio Accent Digital Piano with 88 Hammer-Actions Keys, Built-In Speakers
₱ 29,999.00
Lazada
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M-Audio OXYGEN 88 | 88-Key Graded Hammer-Action USB MIDI Controller at 35328.00 PHP from Lazada
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M-Audio OXYGEN 88 | 88-Key Graded Hammer-Action USB MIDI Controller
₱ 35,328.00 ₱ 44,160.00
Lazada
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M-Audio Accent Digital Piano with 88 Hammer-Actions Keys, Built-In Speakers at 29899.00 PHP from Lazada
M-Audio Accent Digital Piano with 88 Hammer-Actions Keys, Built-In Speakers
₱ 29,899.00
Lazada
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M-Audio Accent Digital Piano with 88 Hammer-Actions Keys, Built-In Speakers at 29977.00 PHP from Lazada
M-Audio Accent Digital Piano with 88 Hammer-Actions Keys, Built-In Speakers
₱ 29,977.00
Lazada
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M-Audio SP-Triple | Electronic Keyboard Pedal with Sustain, Soft, and Sostenuto Functions at 5697.00 PHP from Galleon
M-Audio SP-Triple | Electronic Keyboard Pedal with Sustain, Soft, and Sostenuto Functions
₱ 5,697.00
Galleon
The SP-Triple pedal from M-Audio performs all the standard sustain, sostenuto, and damping functions that your performance demands. Additionally, they add the versatility of 2 and 3 independent ¼” output cables. This means you can use the SP-Dual with any keyboard that has sustain and/or foot controller ¼” input jacks. The pedal is assignable to keyboard functions such as patch advance, sequencer stop/start and modulation effects-exactly as you require from a momentary foot controller. Frequently Asked Questions Will the SP-Dual or SP-Triple work with my keyboard? The SP-Dual and SP-Triple pedals are built to function with nearly any MIDI keyboard that has multiple pedal inputs. The SP-Dual pedal performs all the standard soft and damping functions while the SP-Triple pedal performs all the standard soft, sostenuto, and damping functions. If you are unsure if you can use two or three pedals, just check the back of your keyboard for available inputs or ask the keyboard manufacturer. The SP-Dual has two and the SP-Triple has three momentary non-latching foot pedals that allow for the ability to be connected and assigned to keyboards that have multiple pedal input connections. MIDI controller pedal inputs can often have the functionality of the port re-assigned. This is dependent upon the controller. In some cases, there are many options to choose from - and those options such as sustain, etc. that can be controlled by a momentary, non-latching foot switch can be assigned. Why would I need two or three foot pedals ? Some keyboards have multiple foot pedal inputs. Sustain inputs are fairly common, but some MIDI keyboards will also have an input for expression pedals. An expression pedal input can be used to send additional information to your keyboard or software to modulate a particular effect by using your foot instead of taking your hands off of the keys. The expression pedal can usually be assigned to an effect somewhere in your keyboard or software. In addition to sustain and expression, some keyboards may have particular inputs like "organ swell" that are specific to their model. Usually these are standalone keyboards that emulate organs or pianos and provide the option to add additional sustain pedals to make the experience more realistic. Typically pianos have several pedals with different functions, sometimes just different versions of sustain pedals, and some keyboard manufacturers may want to emulate this. How can I tell which cable goes to which pedal? The SP-Dual has (2) 1/4" outputs, one for each of it's pedals. The left and right connections are labeled on the cable at the point where the connection splits as L and R , respectively. The SP-Triple has (3) 1/4" outputs, one for each of it's pedals. The left, right, and center connections are labeled on the cable at the point where the connection splits as L , C , and R , respectively. Are the pedals switchable? The pedals will not have a switch to change polarity and will operate as Normally Open . Sustain pedals act similar to a basic circuit, so saying the sustain pedal is Normally Open is saying that the circuit is open while the pedal is up, i.e. the circuit is disconnected and the flow has been stopped. Whereas, a Normally Closed pedal will close the circuit in it's up position, i.e. the circuit has been connected and electricity can flow openly from one point to the next. This means that connecting a normally open pedal to a keyboard expecting normally closed may result in the keyboard sustaining until the pedal is pressed down. Different manufacturers may program their keyboards to respond one way or the other, while others even design the keyboards to adapt to the preference of the pedal. Just in case, some pedals may come with a switch to change their polarity, but even still there are ways around this without the need for a switch. If you're unsure, you may want to contact your keyboard's manufacturer to see which position they prefer. The keyboard is sustaining when the pedal is released. What do I do? This is a good example of opposing polarity between the keyboard/software and the pedal. This is usually very easy to resolve from the keyboard or your software. Here are a few things you can try: Trick the Keyboard Hold down the pedal while powering the keyboard on. Depending on the keyboard, this could trick the board into thinking the pedals down position is the up position and vice versa. Alternatively, you can try plugging in the pedal after the keyboard has been turned or holding the pedal down while plugging it in while the keyboards is on. One of these should work with virtually any keyboard to switch the response back and forth. Use your best judgement to assign this accordingly. Edit the Keyboard Response A lot of keyboards have the ability to change Min/Max (up/down) values or polarity of the pedal inputs from their standard editing features or global parameter menus. For example, the M-Audio Code keyboards give users the ability to change the max/min values by using the Edit mode and adjusting the Data 2 and Data 3 values. Check with your keyboard manufacturer to see if this is an option with your board. Edit the Software Response If you are using the keyboard with a DAW or virtual instrument, sometimes the software response can be adjusted to match the polarity or min/max value of the pedal input. Check with the software provider for more info on this. Further Technical Support Whether you are a customer or dealer, if you already own an M-Audio product, or if you just have pre-sales questions, the M-Audio technical support team is available to help! Visit the link below to connect with any of the following support options: online community support, phone support, email support.
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M-Audio Keystation 49 II | 49-Key USB MIDI Keyboard Controller with Pitch-Bend & Modulation Wheels at 8679.00 PHP from Galleon
M-Audio Keystation 49 II | 49-Key USB MIDI Keyboard Controller with Pitch-Bend & Modulation Wheels
₱ 8,679.00
Galleon
The M-Audio Keystation 49 II is a simple, powerful MIDI controller designed for sequencing music and playing virtual instruments on your Mac or PC. It features 49 full-size, velocity-sensitive keys and a series of controls that broaden the range of playable notes, expand expressive capabilities, and enhance your recording workflow. Octave-range buttons pitch-bend and modulation wheels and transport and directional controls make it easy to play, perform, and record in your music software without using a mouse or track pad. Keystation 49 II also includes a 1/4” sustain-pedal input that lets you use an external control pedal, such as M-Audio’s SP2, for genuine piano sustain. To get you started composing, we bundled the Keystation 49 II with a premium virtual instrument from SONiVOX. SONiVOX’s Eighty-Eight Ensemble is a world-class piano instrument that captures a 9-foot CD327 Steinway piano's sound. Finally, we included Ableton Live Lite — one of the world's most popular performance and production programs. Frequently Asked Questions Does the M-Audio Keystation require a power supply? No. The M-Audio Keystation series controller is USB hub-powered, meaning that it is powered directly by the computer USB port when connected with a USB-A to USB-B cable. Do I need to install any drivers to use my Keystation series controller? No! The M-Audio Keystation series controller is a class-compliant device, meaning that it is plug-and-play and does not require any drivers to be installed. This also means that it will work with and is supported on the latest operating systems, including Windows 8 and Mac 10.9. Will the Keystation work with my Windows 8 and Mac 10.9 Mavericks computer? Yes! The M-Audio Keystation series controller is a class-compliant device, meaning that it is plug-and-play and does not require any drivers to be installed. This also means that it will work and is supported on the latest operating systems, including Windows 8 and Mac 10.9. Will the Keystation work with my iPad? Yes! To use the M-Audio Keystation Mini 32 with your iPad, connect it to the iPad using the iPad Camera Connection kit (sold separately) which enabling you to perform and compose with audio apps on your iPad and other iOS devices. How do I reset the controller to the factory default settings? To set the Keystation series controller to its factory default settings, follow the steps suggested below: Power Off the Keystation. Hold down the buttons ADVANCED , OCT+ , and OCT- simultaneously, until step 4. Power On the Keystation. Release the three buttons. The Keystation is now set back to the factory default settings. My sustain pedal is reversed and functioning backwards. What do I do? The sustain pedal input on the rear of the Keystation series controller accepts any standard momentary, non-latching footswitch (sold separately). When pressed, this pedal will sustain the sound you are playing without having to keep your fingers pressing down the keys. The Polarity of the sustain pedal is determined by the keyboard upon startup. When the Keystation is powering up, the sustain pedal is assumed to be in the Up ( Off ) position. It is important that the sustain pedal is not pressed during startup, otherwise the pedal will reverse its operation, and notes will sustain when the pedal is not pressed. To reverse the polarity, simply power off the Keystation series controller, ensure that the pedal is not depressed, and power the unit on. My Keystation is not reading in my computer. Why not? Most likely this is not due to the actual Keystation itself and is more likely something to do with the connection, a conflict with something else in the computer, or software settings. We recommend following the steps suggested below to determine the cause: Try connecting to a different USB port. Try connecting with an alternate USB cable. Try connecting to a different computer to determine if the cause is hardware or computer-related. If you continue to experience difficulty after walking through the steps suggested above, you may want to consider contacting M-Audio Technical Support for further technical assistance. Further Product Support Whether you are a customer or dealer, if you already own an M-Audio product, or if you just have pre-sales questions, the M-Audio technical support team is available to help! Visit the link below to connect with any of the following support options: online community support, phone support, email support. Technical Specs Top Panel 49 full-size, velocity-sensitive keys Octave Buttons Volume Slider The Volume Slider Pitch Bend Wheel Modulation Wheel Advanced Functions Button Transport Buttons Rear Panel USB Port Sustain Pedal Input On/Off Switch Power USB-powered Size (width x depth x height) 7” x 3” x 31.9” Weight 6 lbs. Box Contents Keystation 49 USB Cable Ableton Live Lite User Guide Safety & Warranty Manual
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M-Audio Code 25 | 25-Key USB MIDI Keyboard Controller with X/Y Touch Pad (16 Drum Pads / 5 Faders / 4 Encoders) at 21165.00 PHP from Galleon
M-Audio Code 25 | 25-Key USB MIDI Keyboard Controller with X/Y Touch Pad (16 Drum Pads / 5 Faders / 4 Encoders)
₱ 21,165.00
Galleon
M-Audio presents its Code Series keyboard controllers, a family of three full-featured models, combining all of the production power and performance you need to get the most from your music software and MIDI gear. The Code Series offers several thoughtful design touches that enable you to create and perform your best. A keyboard should not be an obstacle standing in the way of creativity. Instead, it should function as a direct extension of your thoughts ensuring that you convey musical ideas with immediacy, precision and clarity. Code controllers are equipped with everything you need to produce some serious musical creations. Extensive assignable parameter control is a breeze with multiple banks of faders, knobs, buttons, pads, and a smooth feeling pitch bend and modulation wheel on top. New to the line of M-Audio controllers is the X/Y Touchpad, which provides additional and direct interaction with effects and instrument plugin parameters across an X/Y axis. In addition, you can split the keyboards into four assignable zones to maximize the flexibility and functionality of your setup. For instance, trigger four different instruments in their own separate zone, or overlap zones and trigger two instruments at the same time. Frequently Asked Questions What software titles support come included with the Code series? A comprehensive software package is included—Ableton Live Lite, full versions of AIR Music Technology’s award winning virtual instruments Loom and Hybrid 3.0—so you have unrestricted access to the best creative tools. Ableton Live Lite delivers much of the functionality of Ableton Live—the revolutionary, multi-award winning music production solution that lets you spontaneously compose, record, remix, improvise and edit your musical ideas in a seamless audio/MIDI environment. Live brings your acoustic, electronic and virtual instruments—as well as your digital audio recordings and MIDI sequences—together in a single interface with unparalleled ease of use. What is new in the Code series keyboards? All Code keyboards—25, 49 and 61 key models—have an all-new keybed with action that is clean, and precise. New to the line of M-Audio controllers is the X/Y Touchpad, which provides additional and direct interaction with effects and instrument plugin parameters across an X/Y axis. Now with support for ASCII/HID keyboard shortcut commands, you can map these commonly used shortcuts right to the controller itself, streamlining your workflow for a faster, more efficient and far more satisfying creation/production process. Code also supports Mackie Control/HUI control modes, so right out of the box you are ready to work with most DAWs with minimal setup. Does the Code series keyboard controllers require drivers? The Code series keyboards is a class compliant MIDI device and as such can automatically be used as an instrument with any music creation software or DAW. Can I use the Code series with external MIDI equipment? Yes. The Code series can be used to control additional outboard MIDI gear such as Rack Synth Modules, Drum Machines etc. by using the available 5-pin MIDI Out port on the back. To send MIDI directly from the keyboard, press EDIT and press the key labeled MIDI OUT until the display reads "Mid On" to indicate the MID port has been activated. How can I perform a Factory Reset? If you need to reset the keyboard to factory settings, power off the keyboard and hold down both Pad Octave buttons (+ and -) while powering the keyboard back on. The screen will flash "RESET" for one second and return to normal operation. Further Product Support Whether you are a customer or dealer, if you already own an M-Audio product, or if you just have pre-sales questions, the M-Audio technical support team is available to help! Visit the link below to connect with any of the following support options: online community support, phone support, email support. www.m-audio.com/support Code 25 Technical Specs Keyboard ( 25 ) velocity- and pressure-sensitive keys (with aftertouch). All 25 keys send secondary commands in Edit Mode ( 10 )-octave range available with Key Octave –/+ buttons ( 4 ) assignable zones Pads ( 16 ) assignable velocity-sensitive pads, multicolor-backlit Faders ( 5 ) 30mm assignable faders ( 4 ) banks accessible via right/left buttons Buttons ( 5 ) assignable buttons, multicolor-backlit ( 4 ) banks accessible via right/left buttons Encoders ( 4 ) assignable 360° knobs ( 4 ) banks accessible via right/left buttons X-Y Pad ( 1 ) 55mm x 55mm touch-sensitive pad ( 2 ) independently assignable axes: X (horizontal), Y (vertical) Display 85mm x 25mm LCD Connections ( 1 ) USB port ( 1 ) 1/4” TS sustain pedal/footswitch input ( 1 ) 1/4” TRS volume/expression pedal input ( 1 ) 5-pin MIDI input ( 1 ) 5-pin MIDI output ( 1 ) power adapter input (power adapter not included) ( 1 ) Kensington lock slot Power via USB or via power adapter (9 VDC, 1A, center-positive, not included) Dimensions (width x depth x height) 9” x 10.0” x 2.8” Weight 2 lbs Code 25 Keyboard Quickstart Guide USB Cable User Guide (download) Software Download Cards Safety & Warranty Manual Box Contents Code 25 Keyboard Quickstart Guide USB Cable User Guide (download) Software Download Cards Safety & Warranty Manual
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M-Audio Axiom AIR 61 | 61-Key USB MIDI Keyboard Controller with Synth-Action Keys and Aftertouch (12 Pads / 9 Faders / 8 Knobs) at 34317.00 PHP from Galleon
M-Audio Axiom AIR 61 | 61-Key USB MIDI Keyboard Controller with Synth-Action Keys and Aftertouch (12 Pads / 9 Faders / 8 Knobs)
₱ 34,317.00
Galleon
The Axiom AIR series from M-Audio is a highly evolved line of keyboard controllers. Featuring exclusive Hypercontrol automatic-mapping technology and groundbreaking Ignite software from AIR Music Technology, Axiom AIR controllers provide an instant fully immersive music creation experience. Everything, from their ultra-responsive keys and pads to their multi-color buttons and long-throw faders, has been crafted to provide a seamless evolution for your ideas, from conception to expression. Axiom AIR 61’s velocity curve is also adjustable in order to suit your playing style. Skip the confusing driver installations and get right to making music with the Axiom AIR 61’s class compliant USB connection. Don’t have audio editing software? Don’t worry! The included AIR Ignite software give you the tools you need for creating the music you want. Can you produce huge sound with a keyboard controller? With the Axiom AIR 61, without a doubt! Technical Specs Keys 61, velocity-sensitive Octaves 10 total (3 in either direction) Drum Trigger Pads 12, velocity and pressure-sensitive Rotary Knob Controllers 8 Velocity Curves 10 for keyboard 10 for trigger pads Transport Control Buttons Loop, Rewind, Fast Forward, Stop, Play, Record Memory Locations 128, user-editable Connections USB port Power adapter (optional) MIDI in MIDI out Expression pedal Sustain pedal Power USB 9 VDC power adapter (optional) Dimensions (W x D x H) 25 in. x 15 in. x 4 in. 972 mm x 381 mm x 102 mm Weight 1 lbs. 84 kg. Box Contents Axiom AIR 61 USB Cable User Guide Safety & Warranty Manual
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M-Audio Code 61 Black | 61-Key USB MIDI Keyboard Controller with X/Y Touch Pad (16 Drum Pads / 9 Faders / 8 Encoders) at 30082.00 PHP from Galleon
M-Audio Code 61 Black | 61-Key USB MIDI Keyboard Controller with X/Y Touch Pad (16 Drum Pads / 9 Faders / 8 Encoders)
₱ 30,082.00
Galleon
M-Audio presents its Code Series keyboard controllers, a family of three full-featured models, combining all of the production power and performance you need to get the most from your music software and MIDI gear. The Code Series offers several thoughtful design touches that enable you to create and perform your best. A keyboard should not be an obstacle standing in the way of creativity. Instead, it should function as a direct extension of your thoughts ensuring that you convey musical ideas with immediacy, precision and clarity. Code controllers are equipped with everything you need to produce some serious musical creations. Extensive assignable parameter control is a breeze with multiple banks of faders, knobs, buttons, pads, and a smooth feeling pitch bend and modulation wheel on top. New to the line of M-Audio controllers is the X/Y Touchpad, which provides additional and direct interaction with effects and instrument plugin parameters across an X/Y axis. In addition, you can split the keyboards into four assignable zones to maximize the flexibility and functionality of your setup. For instance, trigger four different instruments in their own separate zone, or overlap zones and trigger two instruments at the same time. Frequently Asked Questions What software titles support come included with the Code series? A comprehensive software package is included—Ableton Live Lite, full versions of AIR Music Technology’s award winning virtual instruments Loom and Hybrid 3.0—so you have unrestricted access to the best creative tools. Ableton Live Lite delivers much of the functionality of Ableton Live—the revolutionary, multi-award winning music production solution that lets you spontaneously compose, record, remix, improvise and edit your musical ideas in a seamless audio/MIDI environment. Live brings your acoustic, electronic and virtual instruments—as well as your digital audio recordings and MIDI sequences—together in a single interface with unparalleled ease of use. What is new in the Code series keyboards? All Code keyboards—25, 49 and 61 key models—have an all-new keybed with action that is clean, and precise. New to the line of M-Audio controllers is the X/Y Touchpad, which provides additional and direct interaction with effects and instrument plugin parameters across an X/Y axis. Now with support for ASCII/HID keyboard shortcut commands, you can map these commonly used shortcuts right to the controller itself, streamlining your workflow for a faster, more efficient and far more satisfying creation/production process. Code also supports Mackie Control/HUI control modes, so right out of the box you are ready to work with most DAWs with minimal setup. Does the Code series keyboard controllers require drivers? The Code series keyboards is a class compliant MIDI device and as such can automatically be used as an instrument with any music creation software or DAW. Can I use the Code series with external MIDI equipment? Yes. The Code series can be used to control additional outboard MIDI gear such as Rack Synth Modules, Drum Machines etc. by using the available 5-pin MIDI Out port on the back. To send MIDI directly from the keyboard, press EDIT and press the key labeled MIDI OUT until the display reads ""Mid On"" to indicate the MID port has been activated. How can I perform a Factory Reset? If you need to reset the keyboard to factory settings, power off the keyboard and hold down both Pad Octave buttons (+ and -) while powering the keyboard back on. The screen will flash ""RESET"" for one second and return to normal operation. Further Product Support Whether you are a customer or dealer, if you already own an M-Audio product, or if you just have pre-sales questions, the M-Audio technical support team is available to help! Visit the link below to connect with any of the following support options: online community support, phone support, email support. www.m-audio.com/support Technical Specs Keyboard ( 61 ) velocity- and pressure-sensitive keys (with aftertouch). Lowest 25 keys send secondary commands in Edit Mode ( 10 )-octave range available with Key Octave –/+ buttons ( 4 ) assignable zones Pads ( 16 ) assignable velocity-sensitive pads, multicolor-backlit Faders ( 9 ) 30mm assignable faders ( 4 ) banks accessible via right/left buttons Buttons ( 9 ) assignable buttons, multicolor-backlit ( 4 ) banks accessible via right/left buttons Encoders ( 8 ) assignable 360° knobs ( 4 ) banks accessible via right/left buttons X-Y Pad ( 1 ) 55mm x 55mm touch-sensitive pad ( 2 ) independently assignable axes: X (horizontal), Y (vertical) Display 85mm x 25mm LCD Connections ( 1 ) USB port ( 1 ) 1/4” TS sustain pedal/footswitch input ( 1 ) 1/4” TRS volume/expression pedal input ( 1 ) 5-pin MIDI input ( 1 ) 5-pin MIDI output ( 1 ) power adapter input (power adapter not included) ( 1 ) Kensington lock slot Power via USB or via power adapter (9 VDC, 1A, center-positive, not included) Dimensions (width x depth x height) 4” x 10.0” x 2.8” Weight 5 lbs Box Contents Code 61 Keyboard Quickstart Guide USB Cable User Guide (download) Software Download Cards Safety & Warranty Manual
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M-Audio Code 61 | 61-Key USB MIDI Keyboard Controller with X/Y Touch Pad (16 Drum Pads / 9 Faders / 8 Encoders) at 49596.00 PHP from Galleon
M-Audio Code 61 | 61-Key USB MIDI Keyboard Controller with X/Y Touch Pad (16 Drum Pads / 9 Faders / 8 Encoders)
₱ 49,596.00
Galleon
M-Audio presents its Code Series keyboard controllers, a family of three full-featured models, combining all of the production power and performance you need to get the most from your music software and MIDI gear. The Code Series offers several thoughtful design touches that enable you to create and perform your best. A keyboard should not be an obstacle standing in the way of creativity. Instead, it should function as a direct extension of your thoughts ensuring that you convey musical ideas with immediacy, precision and clarity. Code controllers are equipped with everything you need to produce some serious musical creations. Extensive assignable parameter control is a breeze with multiple banks of faders, knobs, buttons, pads, and a smooth feeling pitch bend and modulation wheel on top. New to the line of M-Audio controllers is the X/Y Touchpad, which provides additional and direct interaction with effects and instrument plugin parameters across an X/Y axis. In addition, you can split the keyboards into four assignable zones to maximize the flexibility and functionality of your setup. For instance, trigger four different instruments in their own separate zone, or overlap zones and trigger two instruments at the same time. Frequently Asked Questions What software titles support come included with the Code series? A comprehensive software package is included—Ableton Live Lite, full versions of AIR Music Technology’s award winning virtual instruments Loom and Hybrid 3.0—so you have unrestricted access to the best creative tools. Ableton Live Lite delivers much of the functionality of Ableton Live—the revolutionary, multi-award winning music production solution that lets you spontaneously compose, record, remix, improvise and edit your musical ideas in a seamless audio/MIDI environment. Live brings your acoustic, electronic and virtual instruments—as well as your digital audio recordings and MIDI sequences—together in a single interface with unparalleled ease of use. What is new in the Code series keyboards? All Code keyboards—25, 49 and 61 key models—have an all-new keybed with action that is clean, and precise. New to the line of M-Audio controllers is the X/Y Touchpad, which provides additional and direct interaction with effects and instrument plugin parameters across an X/Y axis. Now with support for ASCII/HID keyboard shortcut commands, you can map these commonly used shortcuts right to the controller itself, streamlining your workflow for a faster, more efficient and far more satisfying creation/production process. Code also supports Mackie Control/HUI control modes, so right out of the box you are ready to work with most DAWs with minimal setup. Does the Code series keyboard controllers require drivers? The Code series keyboards is a class compliant MIDI device and as such can automatically be used as an instrument with any music creation software or DAW. Can I use the Code series with external MIDI equipment? Yes. The Code series can be used to control additional outboard MIDI gear such as Rack Synth Modules, Drum Machines etc. by using the available 5-pin MIDI Out port on the back. To send MIDI directly from the keyboard, press EDIT and press the key labeled MIDI OUT until the display reads "Mid On" to indicate the MID port has been activated. How can I perform a Factory Reset? If you need to reset the keyboard to factory settings, power off the keyboard and hold down both Pad Octave buttons (+ and -) while powering the keyboard back on. The screen will flash "RESET" for one second and return to normal operation. Further Product Support Whether you are a customer or dealer, if you already own an M-Audio product, or if you just have pre-sales questions, the M-Audio technical support team is available to help! Visit the link below to connect with any of the following support options: online community support, phone support, email support. www.m-audio.com/support Code 61 Technical Specs Keyboard ( 61 ) velocity- and pressure-sensitive keys (with aftertouch). Lowest 25 keys send secondary commands in Edit Mode ( 10 )-octave range available with Key Octave –/+ buttons ( 4 ) assignable zones Pads ( 16 ) assignable velocity-sensitive pads, multicolor-backlit Faders ( 9 ) 30mm assignable faders ( 4 ) banks accessible via right/left buttons Buttons ( 9 ) assignable buttons, multicolor-backlit ( 4 ) banks accessible via right/left buttons Encoders ( 8 ) assignable 360° knobs ( 4 ) banks accessible via right/left buttons X-Y Pad ( 1 ) 55mm x 55mm touch-sensitive pad ( 2 ) independently assignable axes: X (horizontal), Y (vertical) Display 85mm x 25mm LCD Connections ( 1 ) USB port ( 1 ) 1/4” TS sustain pedal/footswitch input ( 1 ) 1/4” TRS volume/expression pedal input ( 1 ) 5-pin MIDI input ( 1 ) 5-pin MIDI output ( 1 ) power adapter input (power adapter not included) ( 1 ) Kensington lock slot Power via USB or via power adapter (9 VDC, 1A, center-positive, not included) Dimensions (width x depth x height) 4” x 10.0” x 2.8” Weight 5 lbs Box Contents Code 61 Keyboard Quickstart Guide USB Cable User Guide (download) Software Download Cards Safety & Warranty Manual
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M-Audio Keystation 61 II | 61-Key USB MIDI Keyboard Controller with Pitch-Bend & Modulation Wheels at 13288.00 PHP from Galleon
M-Audio Keystation 61 II | 61-Key USB MIDI Keyboard Controller with Pitch-Bend & Modulation Wheels
₱ 13,288.00
Galleon
The M-Audio Keystation 61 II is a simple, powerful MIDI controller designed for sequencing music and playing virtual instruments on your Mac or PC. It features 61 full-size, velocity-sensitive keys and a series of controls that broaden the range of playable notes, expand expressive capabilities, and enhance your recording workflow. Octave-range buttons pitch-bend and modulation wheels and transport and directional controls make it easy to play, perform, and record in your music software without using a mouse or track pad. Keystation 61 II also includes a 1/4” sustain-pedal input that lets you use an external control pedal, such as M-Audio's SP2, for genuine piano sustain. To get you started composing, we bundled the Keystation 61 II with a premium virtual instrument from SONiVOX. SONiVOX’s Eighty-Eight Ensemble is a world-class piano instrument that captures a 9-foot CD327 Steinway piano's sound. Finally, we included Ableton Live Lite — one of the world's most popular performance and production programs. Frequently Asked Questions Does the M-Audio Keystation require a power supply? No. The M-Audio Keystation series controller is USB hub-powered, meaning that it is powered directly by the computer USB port when connected with a USB-A to USB-B cable. Do I need to install any drivers to use my Keystation series controller? No! The M-Audio Keystation series controller is a class-compliant device, meaning that it is plug-and-play and does not require any drivers to be installed. This also means that it will work with and is supported on the latest operating systems, including Windows 8 and Mac 10.9. Will the Keystation work with my Windows 8 and Mac 10.9 Mavericks computer? Yes! The M-Audio Keystation series controller is a class-compliant device, meaning that it is plug-and-play and does not require any drivers to be installed. This also means that it will work and is supported on the latest operating systems, including Windows 8 and Mac 10.9. Will the Keystation work with my iPad? Yes! To use the M-Audio Keystation Mini 32 with your iPad, connect it to the iPad using the iPad Camera Connection kit (sold separately) which enabling you to perform and compose with audio apps on your iPad and other iOS devices. How do I reset the controller to the factory default settings? To set the Keystation series controller to its factory default settings, follow the steps suggested below: Power Off the Keystation. Hold down the buttons ADVANCED , OCT+ , and OCT- simultaneously, until step 4. Power On the Keystation. Release the three buttons. The Keystation is now set back to the factory default settings. My sustain pedal is reversed and functioning backwards. What do I do? The sustain pedal input on the rear of the Keystation series controller accepts any standard momentary, non-latching footswitch (sold separately). When pressed, this pedal will sustain the sound you are playing without having to keep your fingers pressing down the keys. The Polarity of the sustain pedal is determined by the keyboard upon startup. When the Keystation is powering up, the sustain pedal is assumed to be in the Up ( Off ) position. It is important that the sustain pedal is not pressed during startup, otherwise the pedal will reverse its operation, and notes will sustain when the pedal is not pressed. To reverse the polarity, simply power off the Keystation series controller, ensure that the pedal is not depressed, and power the unit on. My Keystation is not reading in my computer. Why not? Most likely this is not due to the actual Keystation itself and is more likely something to do with the connection, a conflict with something else in the computer, or software settings. We recommend following the steps suggested below to determine the cause: Try connecting to a different USB port. Try connecting with an alternate USB cable. Try connecting to a different computer to determine if the cause is hardware or computer-related. If you continue to experience difficulty after walking through the steps suggested above, you may want to consider contacting M-Audio Technical Support for further technical assistance. Further Product Support Whether you are a customer or dealer, if you already own an M-Audio product, or if you just have pre-sales questions, the M-Audio technical support team is available to help! Visit the link below to connect with any of the following support options: online community support, phone support, email support. Technical Specs Top Panel 61 full-size, velocity-sensitive keys Octave Buttons Volume Slider The Volume Slider Pitch Bend Wheel Modulation Wheel Advanced Functions Button Transport Buttons Rear Panel DC Power Adapter Input USB Port 5-pin MIDI Out Sustain Pedal Input On/Off Switch Power Power via USB or 9V DC 200mA center-positive power supply ( sold separately ) Size (width x depth x height): 38.6” x 9.4” x 3.6” Weight 10.6 lbs Box Contents Keystation 61 USB Cable Ableton Live Lite User Guide Safety & Warranty Manual
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M-Audio Keystation Mini 32 | Ultra-Portable 32-Key USB MIDI Keyboard Controller at 4974.00 PHP from Galleon
M-Audio Keystation Mini 32 | Ultra-Portable 32-Key USB MIDI Keyboard Controller
₱ 4,974.00
Galleon
M-Audio's Keystation Mini 32 is a simple, powerful MIDI controller designed for sequencing music and playing virtual instruments on the go. It features 32 velocity-sensitive, synth-action keys and a series of controls that expand the range of playable notes and expressive capabilities. Use the pitch-bend, modulation, and sustain buttons to create dynamic performances or productions with your Mac or PC. Onboard octave controls allow you to access the full melodic keyboard range to play anything from bass lines to piano harmony to lead melodies. For an easy-to-use and portable setup, Keystation Mini 32 is USB-powered, class-compliant, and supports USB-MIDI connectivity. It supports iOS connectivity with the Apple iPad Camera Connection Kit (sold separately), enabling you to perform and compose with audio apps on your iPad and other iOS devices. The Keystation Mini 32 is bundled with AIR Music Technology's Ignite software, over 275 remarkable instrument sounds developed by AIR Music Technology. Also included with Keystation Mini 32 is Ableton Live Lite—one of the most popular performance and production programs available in the world. Technical Specs Top Panel 32 velocity-sensitive mini keys Octave/Data Buttons Octave Transpose Program Change Bank LSB (Least Significant Byte) Bank MSB (Most Significant Byte) Channel Tuning Volume Knob Modulation Button Pitch Bend Buttons Sustain Button Edit Button Power Power via USB Size (width x depth x height): 16.46” x 4.13” x 0.78” Weight 1 lb Box Contents M-Audio Keystation Mini 32 USB Cable Ignite Card Quickstart Guide Safety & Warranty Manual
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M-Audio Code 49 Black | 49-Key USB MIDI Keyboard Controller with X/Y Touch Pad (16 Drum Pads / 9 Faders / 8 Encoders) at 26075.00 PHP from Galleon
M-Audio Code 49 Black | 49-Key USB MIDI Keyboard Controller with X/Y Touch Pad (16 Drum Pads / 9 Faders / 8 Encoders)
₱ 26,075.00
Galleon
M-Audio presents its Code Series keyboard controllers, a family of three full-featured models, combining all of the production power and performance you need to get the most from your music software and MIDI gear. The Code Series offers several thoughtful design touches that enable you to create and perform your best. A keyboard should not be an obstacle standing in the way of creativity. Instead, it should function as a direct extension of your thoughts ensuring that you convey musical ideas with immediacy, precision and clarity. Code controllers are equipped with everything you need to produce some serious musical creations. Extensive assignable parameter control is a breeze with multiple banks of faders, knobs, buttons, pads, and a smooth feeling pitch bend and modulation wheel on top. New to the line of M-Audio controllers is the X/Y Touchpad, which provides additional and direct interaction with effects and instrument plugin parameters across an X/Y axis. In addition, you can split the keyboards into four assignable zones to maximize the flexibility and functionality of your setup. For instance, trigger four different instruments in their own separate zone, or overlap zones and trigger two instruments at the same time. Frequently Asked Questions What software titles support come included with the Code series? A comprehensive software package is included—Ableton Live Lite, full versions of AIR Music Technology’s award winning virtual instruments Loom and Hybrid 3.0—so you have unrestricted access to the best creative tools. Ableton Live Lite delivers much of the functionality of Ableton Live—the revolutionary, multi-award winning music production solution that lets you spontaneously compose, record, remix, improvise and edit your musical ideas in a seamless audio/MIDI environment. Live brings your acoustic, electronic and virtual instruments—as well as your digital audio recordings and MIDI sequences—together in a single interface with unparalleled ease of use. What is new in the Code series keyboards? All Code keyboards—25, 49 and 61 key models—have an all-new keybed with action that is clean, and precise. New to the line of M-Audio controllers is the X/Y Touchpad, which provides additional and direct interaction with effects and instrument plugin parameters across an X/Y axis. Now with support for ASCII/HID keyboard shortcut commands, you can map these commonly used shortcuts right to the controller itself, streamlining your workflow for a faster, more efficient and far more satisfying creation/production process. Code also supports Mackie Control/HUI control modes, so right out of the box you are ready to work with most DAWs with minimal setup. Does the Code series keyboard controllers require drivers? The Code series keyboards is a class compliant MIDI device and as such can automatically be used as an instrument with any music creation software or DAW. Can I use the Code series with external MIDI equipment? Yes. The Code series can be used to control additional outboard MIDI gear such as Rack Synth Modules, Drum Machines etc. by using the available 5-pin MIDI Out port on the back. To send MIDI directly from the keyboard, press EDIT and press the key labeled MIDI OUT until the display reads ""Mid On"" to indicate the MID port has been activated. How can I perform a Factory Reset? If you need to reset the keyboard to factory settings, power off the keyboard and hold down both Pad Octave buttons (+ and -) while powering the keyboard back on. The screen will flash ""RESET"" for one second and return to normal operation. Further Product Support Whether you are a customer or dealer, if you already own an M-Audio product, or if you just have pre-sales questions, the M-Audio technical support team is available to help! Visit the link below to connect with any of the following support options: online community support, phone support, email support. www.m-audio.com/support Code 49 Technical Specs Keyboard (49) velocity- and pressure-sensitive keys (with aftertouch). Lowest 25 keys send secondary commands in Edit Mode (10)-octave range available with Key Octave –/+ buttons (4) assignable zones Pads (16) assignable velocity-sensitive pads, multicolor-backlit Faders (9) 30mm assignable faders (4) banks accessible via right/left buttons Buttons (9) assignable buttons, multicolor-backlit (4) banks accessible via right/left buttons Encoders (8) assignable 360° knobs (4) banks accessible via right/left buttons X-Y Pad (1) 55mm x 55mm touch-sensitive pad (2) independently assignable axes: X (horizontal), Y (vertical) Display 85mm x 25mm LCD Connections (1) USB port (1) 1/4” TS sustain pedal/footswitch input (1) 1/4” TRS volume/expression pedal input (1) 5-pin MIDI input (1) 5-pin MIDI output (1) power adapter input (power adapter not included) (1) Kensington lock slot Power via USB or via power adapter (9 VDC, 1A, center-positive, not included) Dimensions (width x depth x height) 9” x 10.0” x 2.8” Weight 9 lbs Box Contents Code 49 Keyboard Quickstart Guide USB Cable User Guide (download) Software Download Cards Safety & Warranty Manual
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M-Audio Keystation 88 II | 88-Key USB MIDI Keyboard Controller with Pitch-Bend & Modulation Wheels at 20015.00 PHP from Galleon
M-Audio Keystation 88 II | 88-Key USB MIDI Keyboard Controller with Pitch-Bend & Modulation Wheels
₱ 20,015.00
Galleon
The M-Audio Keystation 88 II is a simple, powerful MIDI controller designed for sequencing music and playing virtual instruments on your Mac or PC. It features 88 full-size, velocity-sensitive keys and a series of controls that broaden the range of playable notes, expand expressive capabilities, and enhance your recording workflow. Octave-range buttons pitch-bend and modulation wheels and transport and directional controls make it easy to play, perform, and record in your music software without using a mouse or track pad. Keystation 88 II also includes a 1/4” sustain-pedal input that lets you use an external control pedal, such as M-Audio's SP2, for genuine piano sustain. To get you started composing, we bundled the Keystation 88 II with a premium virtual instrument from SONiVOX. SONiVOX' s Eighty-Eight Ensemble is a world-class piano instrument that captures a 9-foot CD327 Steinway piano's sound. Finally, we included Ableton Live Lite — one of the world's most popular performance and production programs. Frequently Asked Questions Does the M-Audio Keystation require a power supply? No. The M-Audio Keystation series controller is USB hub-powered, meaning that it is powered directly by the computer USB port when connected with a USB-A to USB-B cable. Do I need to install any drivers to use my Keystation series controller? No! The M-Audio Keystation series controller is a class-compliant device, meaning that it is plug-and-play and does not require any drivers to be installed. This also means that it will work with and is supported on the latest operating systems, including Windows 8 and Mac 10.9. Will the Keystation work with my Windows 8 and Mac 10.9 Mavericks computer? Yes! The M-Audio Keystation series controller is a class-compliant device, meaning that it is plug-and-play and does not require any drivers to be installed. This also means that it will work and is supported on the latest operating systems, including Windows 8 and Mac 10.9. Will the Keystation work with my iPad? Yes! To use the M-Audio Keystation Mini 32 with your iPad, connect it to the iPad using the iPad Camera Connection kit (sold separately) which enabling you to perform and compose with audio apps on your iPad and other iOS devices. How do I reset the controller to the factory default settings? To set the Keystation series controller to its factory default settings, follow the steps suggested below: Power Off the Keystation. Hold down the buttons ADVANCED , OCT+ , and OCT- simultaneously, until step 4. Power On the Keystation. Release the three buttons. The Keystation is now set back to the factory default settings. My sustain pedal is reversed and functioning backwards. What do I do? The sustain pedal input on the rear of the Keystation series controller accepts any standard momentary, non-latching footswitch (sold separately). When pressed, this pedal will sustain the sound you are playing without having to keep your fingers pressing down the keys. The Polarity of the sustain pedal is determined by the keyboard upon startup. When the Keystation is powering up, the sustain pedal is assumed to be in the Up ( Off ) position. It is important that the sustain pedal is not pressed during startup, otherwise the pedal will reverse its operation, and notes will sustain when the pedal is not pressed. To reverse the polarity, simply power off the Keystation series controller, ensure that the pedal is not depressed, and power the unit on. My Keystation is not reading in my computer. Why not? Most likely this is not due to the actual Keystation itself and is more likely something to do with the connection, a conflict with something else in the computer, or software settings. We recommend following the steps suggested below to determine the cause: Try connecting to a different USB port. Try connecting with an alternate USB cable. Try connecting to a different computer to determine if the cause is hardware or computer-related. If you continue to experience difficulty after walking through the steps suggested above, you may want to consider contacting M-Audio Technical Support for further technical assistance. Further Product Support Whether you are a customer or dealer, if you already own an M-Audio product, or if you just have pre-sales questions, the M-Audio technical support team is available to help! Visit the link below to connect with any of the following support options: online community support, phone support, email support. Technical Specs Top Panel 88 full-size, velocity-sensitive keys Octave Buttons Volume Slider The Volume Slider Pitch Bend Wheel Modulation Wheel Advanced Functions Button Transport Buttons Rear Panel DC Power Adapter Input USB Port 5-pin MIDI Out Sustain Pedal Input Expression Pedal Input On/Off Switch Power Power via USB or 9V DC 200mA center-positive power supply ( sold separately ) Size (width x depth x height): 9.8” x 3.6” x 53.9” Weight 17 lbs Box Contents Keystation 88 USB Cable Ableton Live Lite User Guide Safety & Warranty Manual
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M-Audio SP-Dual | Electronic Keyboard Pedal with Sustain and Soft Functions at 4155.00 PHP from Galleon
M-Audio SP-Dual | Electronic Keyboard Pedal with Sustain and Soft Functions
₱ 4,155.00
Galleon
The SP-Dual pedal from M-Audio performs all the standard sustain, sostenuto, and damping functions that your performance demands. Additionally, they add the versatility of 2 and 3 independent ¼” output cables. This means you can use the SP-Dual with any keyboard that has sustain and/or foot controller ¼” input jacks. The pedal is assignable to keyboard functions such as patch advance, sequencer stop/start and modulation effects-exactly as you require from a momentary foot controller. Frequently Asked Questions Will the SP-Dual or SP-Triple work with my keyboard? The SP-Dual and SP-Triple pedals are built to function with nearly any MIDI keyboard that has multiple pedal inputs. The SP-Dual pedal performs all the standard soft and damping functions while the SP-Triple pedal performs all the standard soft, sostenuto, and damping functions. If you are unsure if you can use two or three pedals, just check the back of your keyboard for available inputs or ask the keyboard manufacturer. The SP-Dual has two and the SP-Triple has three momentary non-latching foot pedals that allow for the ability to be connected and assigned to keyboards that have multiple pedal input connections. MIDI controller pedal inputs can often have the functionality of the port re-assigned. This is dependent upon the controller. In some cases, there are many options to choose from - and those options such as sustain, etc. that can be controlled by a momentary, non-latching foot switch can be assigned. Why would I need two or three foot pedals? Some keyboards have multiple foot pedal inputs. Sustain inputs are fairly common, but some MIDI keyboards will also have an input for expression pedals. An expression pedal input can be used to send additional information to your keyboard or software to modulate a particular effect by using your foot instead of taking your hands off of the keys. The expression pedal can usually be assigned to an effect somewhere in your keyboard or software. In addition to sustain and expression, some keyboards may have particular inputs like "organ swell" that are specific to their model. Usually these are standalone keyboards that emulate organs or pianos and provide the option to add additional sustain pedals to make the experience more realistic. Typically, pianos have several pedals with different functions, sometimes just different versions of sustain pedals, and some keyboard manufacturers may want to emulate this. How can I tell which cable goes to which pedal? The SP-Dual has (2) 1/4" outputs, one for each of its pedals. The left and right connections are labeled on the cable at the point where the connection splits as L and R , respectively. The SP-Triple has (3) 1/4" outputs, one for each of its pedals. The left, right, and center connections are labeled on the cable at the point where the connection splits as L , C , and R , respectively. Are the pedals switchable? The pedals will not have a switch to change polarity and will operate as Normally Open . Sustain pedals act similar to a basic circuit, so saying the sustain pedal is Normally Open is saying that the circuit is open while the pedal is up, i.e. the circuit is disconnected and the flow has been stopped. Whereas, a Normally Closed pedal will close the circuit in it's up position, i.e. the circuit has been connected and electricity can flow openly from one point to the next. This means that connecting a normally open pedal to a keyboard expecting normally closed may result in the keyboard sustaining until the pedal is pressed down. Different manufacturers may program their keyboards to respond one way or the other, while others even design the keyboards to adapt to the preference of the pedal. Just in case, some pedals may come with a switch to change their polarity, but even still there are ways around this without the need for a switch. If you're unsure, you may want to contact your keyboard's manufacturer to see which position they prefer. The keyboard is sustaining when the pedal is released. What do I do? This is a good example of opposing polarity between the keyboard/software and the pedal. This is usually very easy to resolve from the keyboard or your software. Here are a few things you can try: Trick the Keyboard Hold down the pedal while powering the keyboard on. Depending on the keyboard, this could trick the board into thinking the pedals down position is the up position and vice versa. Alternatively, you can try plugging in the pedal after the keyboard has been turned or holding the pedal down while plugging it in while the keyboards is on. One of these should work with virtually any keyboard to switch the response back and forth. Use your best judgement to assign this accordingly. Edit the Keyboard Response A lot of keyboards have the ability to change Min/Max (up/down) values or polarity of the pedal inputs from their standard editing features or global parameter menus. For example, the M-Audio Code keyboards give users the ability to change the max/min values by using the Edit mode and adjusting the Data 2 and Data 3 values. Check with your keyboard manufacturer to see if this is an option with your board. Edit the Software Response If you are using the keyboard with a DAW or virtual instrument, sometimes the software response can be adjusted to match the polarity or min/max value of the pedal input. Check with the software provider for more info on this. Further Technical Support Whether you are a customer or dealer, if you already own an M-Audio product, or if you just have pre-sales questions, the M-Audio technical support team is available to help! Visit the link below to connect with any of the following support options: online community support, phone support, email support.
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M-Audio Oxygen Series 61 Ignite MIDI Controller at 12756.00 PHP from Galleon
M-Audio Oxygen Series 61 Ignite MIDI Controller
₱ 12,756.00
Galleon
The Oxygen 61 USB MIDI controller delivers next-generation functionality from M-Audio, the leading innovator in mobile music production technology. Oxygen 61 features eight assignable knobs and nine assignable sliders, plus dedicated transport and track select buttons. DirectLink mode automatically maps these controls to common DAW functions including transport, mixer, track pan and plug-in parameters. Built-in factory presets offer support for popular virtual instruments right out of the box—no complicated setup required. Velocity-sensitive keys and a sleek, compact design round out a portable keyboard that’s perfect for both production and performance. No other MIDI controller in this price range has so much functionality while remaining easy to use.
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M-Audio Axiom AIR 61 MIDI Controller at 34317.00 PHP from Galleon
M-Audio Axiom AIR 61 MIDI Controller
₱ 34,317.00
Galleon
Axiom AIR 61 MIDI Controller
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The best thing about M-Audio Keyboards is that you can get them in Black! Save up when you buy your own M-Audio Keyboards with discounts of up to 26%! Keystation 88 II | 88-Key USB MIDI Keyboard Controller, Accent Digital Piano with 88 Hammer-Actions Keys, Built-In Speakers and Maudio Axiom Air Mini 32 Midi Controller, are two most popular M-Audio Keyboards from the brand. Aside from M-Audio Keyboards, you can also check out other brands such as Yamaha, Davis and Global. At iprice, you can own an M-Audio Keyboards with a price range between ₱ 4,155.00 – ₱ 49,596.00. If you want, you can choose between a MIDI Controllers and Digital Pianos.


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