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midiman keystation 49 (2002?) [os9][98se][xp]
« on: November 05, 2016, 07:30:02 PM »

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USB Keystation 49
(MSRP $229.95 USD)

Plug and Play.
Making music with MIDI has just become easier with Midiman's ground-breaking USB Keystations. Ideal companions for music workstations, home studios, or on the stage, the Keystations are MIDI controller keyboards that connect directly to your USB-compatible computer with no need for a MIDI interface.
Install the software and you're ready to go. The Keystation 49can even be powered by the USB port or with batteries, so you can use it on the go or with a laptop and need no external power supply.

Controlling Midi.
The Keystation 49 offers professional features like full control of all modern MIDI parameters, such as control changes, modulation, pitch-bend, MIDI volume. The fully assignable data entry slider allows you
to control Volume, Velocity, Chorus, Reverb, Panning, etc directly from your keyboard.

Keyboard and Interface.
The Keystation 49 is a fully portable solution, ruggedly designed MIDI controller with a built-in USB MIDI interface that utilizes proven Midiman interface technology. It can be used either as a stand-alone MIDI controller keyboard, or a USB Midi keyboard and interface. Drivers are included for Windows 98, ME, and 2000, and for Macintosh OS 9 or higher in conjunction with Opcode's OMS MIDI Manager (included).
A word about midi controllers.
A MIDI controller keyboard, rather than having "sounds" built into it, is used to play sounds that exist in other locations, like computers, software programs, or other MIDI-compatible hardware. For example, here's how you play sounds within a software program: By playing the keyboard, you send MIDI information to your computer, which triggers sounds in a software program that are played via the audio output to your computer's sound card. Another example would be sending MIDI via the Keystation's MIDI output port
to external MIDI sound modules.

Features:
• Inputs and outputs 16 channels of MIDI to and from your computer using the power and convenience of your USB port.
• Fully functional, 49 key MIDI controller keyboard. Capable of sending all MIDI messages, such as aftertouch, modulation, pitch-bend, MIDI volume, and more.
• Sustain pedal input.
• No tools or computer disassembly required.
• Power the Keystation 49 with the USB port or 6 "C" batteries for complete portability, or with included power supply.

Dimensions:
29.53 x 9.35 x 2.6 inches

Requirements:
• PC: Available USB Port, Windows 98, Windows 2000, Windows ME, and Windows XP
• Macintosh: Native USB Port, MacOS 9.1 or later, OMS 2.3.7 or OMS 2.3.8