USB/MIDI KEYBOARD CONTROLLER
Alesis launches a new series of USB/Midi keyboard controllers. The Photon 25 is optimized for controlling and manipulating software via USB, and includes user customizable templates that can be placed on the front panel. The Photon 25 offers advanced features such as a four character LED display, high-quality keyboard, X/Y joystick to control Pitch Bend modulation and other parameters, and high-resolution knobs.
With unique features such as the Alesis Axyz controller and ten 360 endless knobs, users will have powerful MIDI control of all their software plug-ins. Advanced features include 24-Bit, 44.1/48 kHz Audio with balanced stereo audio inputs and outputs, 25 key, velocity sensitive keyboard and great feeling , full-size Pitch and Modulation wheels, and an LCD screen with dedicated encoder for fast and easy set-up. The Photon X25 is the solution for musicians who want new tools for their software as well as audio I/O for high-quality recording and playback from their computers.
Each Photon offers twenty editable, storable configurations; easy template placement for virtual instruments and digital audio workstations; three way power (USB Bus Power, Optional External Adapter or 4 “C” cell batteries) and is Windows and Mac ready.
Forty immediately accessible controls
Twelve knobs with three active layers
25-key, velocity-sensitive keyboard
Great-feeling, super-high-resolution knobs
X/Y Joystick to control Pitch Bend/Modulation or other parameters
4-Character LED display
Easy template placement for virtual instruments and digital audio workstations
Twenty editable, storable configurations
Three-way power: USB Bus Power, External adapter (Optional), or 4 “C” size batteries (Optional)
Windows and Mac OS ready
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advanced technologic sound magazine
2004 September issue 129