Roland A-88 88-key MIDI Keyboard Controller
Pianist? The Roland A-88 MIDI keyboard controller gives you Roland's impeccable Ivory Feel-G Keyboard with Escapement in a trim, roadworthy package that offers USB and iPad compatibility, as well as onboard control of Roland SuperNATURAL-powered synths. You get robust performance control, too, with assignable knobs and switches, octave and transpose buttons, keyboard split and layer functions, sustain and expression pedal inputs, and Roland's way-cool bend/mod lever and D-BEAM controller. If authentic piano hammer action is on your controller must-have list, you need the Roland A-88.
All you could want in a full-sized keyboard controller
Roland is back at it, flexing its considerable keyboard design mojo with the A-88 MIDI controller. This 'board gives you everything you could want in a full-sized keyboard controller, starting with a superb Ivory Feel-G keybed with Escapement - which simulates the hammers lifting off the strings. You also get assignable knobs and switches, octave and transpose buttons, keyboard split and layer functionality, sustain and expression pedal inputs, Roland's slick bend/mod lever, and even their insanely cool D-BEAM controller.
Control your SuperNATURAL synths directly
The A-88 sports a dedicated SuperNATURAL mode button that unlocks a bevy of sound-selection features when hooked up to a Roland SuperNATURAL instrument such as the INTEGRA-7 sound module or the JUPITER-80 and JUPITER-50 synths. It's like they were made for each other. And the A-88 is perfect for playing that killer grand piano VI you just added to your instrument library.
Compatible with three operating systems
The Roland A-88 is three-OS compatible. That's right. You get compatibility with the Mac, as well as iOS apps on the iPad (via the optional Apple iPad Camera Connection Kit). If you're a Windows user, the A-88 comes bundled with SONAR X1 LE DAW software, for straight-out-of-the-box music production.
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