A sleek, compact 61-note USB bus-powered MIDI controller with velocity-sensitive and semi-weighted keys that is designed to easily integrate into almost any Mac or PC music environment.
Plug and play compatibility
Designed to work with with Mac OS X and PC for plug-and-play setup. The Keystation 61e is also compatible with many music education and music creation software titles, making it ideal for classrooms and studios alike.
Advanced features for versatile music creation
More advanced users can control software synths, external sound devices, and more with the assignable slider and pitch and mod wheels. This sleek, compact keyboard is USB bus-powered and requires no external power supply.
- 61-note velocity-sensitive semi-weighted action
- Pitch bend and modulation wheels
- Volume/control slider
- Advanced function button for programming
- Sustain foot pedal input (pedal sold separately)
- Octave +/- buttons to extend keyboard range
- Separate MIDI out jack routes MIDI signals from your computer to control external devices
- Powered via USB
- Mac OS X and Windows XP class compliant for plug-and-play
Did you notice?This sleek, compact keyboard is USB bus-powered and requires no external power supply.
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What's in the Box?
- M-Audio Keystation 61es Semi Weighted Keyboard
- Input Type: 1/4 inch Pedal,USB
- Mac OS X v.10.1.5 or later
- Windows XP (SP1)
- UPC or EAN No.: 724643115234
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Questions & Answers
Answers from the community
Is the midi controller polyphonic. If so how may keys can be played together.
- Asked by Richard W from Newhaven
I may be misunderstanding the question a little, but having used this, I know that you can play chor I may be misunderstanding the question a little, but having used this, I know that you can play chords of at least 6 notes, in GarageBand and MainStage for sure.
I think it depends a lot on the software you are using rather than the MIDI controller itself.
Hope this helps. :) …
- Answered by Samuel C