KeyStudio makes it easy to command a library of virtual instruments, audition loops and compose songs in GarageBand, Logic and other Mac compatible applications.
The sleek controller features 49 synth-action keys plus pitch bend and modulation wheels, sustain pedal input and more. Simply connect it to your Mac OS X computer with a single USB cable and start playing.
- 49-note, synth-action keyboard
- Full compatibility with GarageBand, Logic and other music applications
- USB compatible
- Instant installation on Mac OS X computers, just plug and play
- Assignable modulation wheel and volume slider
- Pitch bend wheel
- Assignable octave +/- button
- Edit mode button
- Sustain pedal input
- Connection and power via a single USB cable
- Height : 3.0 in./7.62 cm
- Width : 32.0 in./86.28 cm
- Depth : 9.0 in./22.86 cm
- Weight : 12.0 lb./5.44 kg
- Mac OS X v.10.3.9 or later
- Mac PowerPC G3 or faster
- 512 MB RAM
- UPC or EAN No. : 612391851088
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- On G3 and G4 based systems, a native USB port is required. Also the KeyStudio does not support G3 and G4 accelerator cards
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- Answered by Stephen B from San Francisco
No. I was at the new Apple Store in Pacific Centre (yvr) and they had it on a perfect clear plastic stand, perfect looking, perfect height, everything. Nope, that is just for displaying products, not for sale. The blue Tshirt didn't know of any stand available. …
- Answered by Beth G from Vancouver
I use this with an iPad 2 using the USB camera adapter for iPad. The keyboard draws too much power t o be be powered directly by iPad so you need to use a powered USB hub. …
- Answered by Ben A from Sydney
Does this device work with Mountain Lion? I looked at the M-Audio website and all it indicated was that it worked with 10.7.2.
- Asked by John R from Newark
M-Audio hasn't updated the drivers, and my experience has been that I loose audio when playing the k eyboard. If I don't play the keyboard the audio is fine, but until they update, this is a 3.5 foot audio interface.
M-Audio is notoriously bad with new OS releases. Stay away IMHO. …
- Answered by James D from Denver
- Asked by Stacey H from Colorado Springs
It is if you have a apple computer to go with it. By itself it does not produce any sounds.
- Answered by Marek R from Toms River