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The newest addition to M-Audio's Keystation series of keyboard products, the Keystation 61es, is now available. This control solution can be used with or without a computer.

June 10, 2004

The newest addition to M-Audio's Keystation series of products, the Keystation 61es, is now available. This control solution can be used with or without a computer.

The Keystation 61es features a 5-octave semi-weighted, velocity-sensitive keyboard that offers improved performance response compared to basic keybed designs. Performance controls include a pitch bend wheel, assignable modulation wheel, assignable slider control, and assignable foot pedal connection. The unit also features transposition buttons and the ability to send program and bank change messages. Weighing in at just 11 lbs. (5 kg), Keystation 61es is equally suited for mobile and studio use.

Class compliancy under Windows XP or Mac OS X enables the user to get started immediately--no driver installation required. Since the unit features USB bus power, setup for use with any MIDI application is as simple as plugging in the USB cable. Drivers are also included for Windows 95/98/Me/2000 and Mac OS 9.1 users. The optional power supply also allows the Keystation 61es to be used as a stand-alone controller for hardware synthesizers and more. Keystation 61es ships with M-Audio's Maximum Audio Tools software bundle to allow users to instantly start creating music.

The Keystation 61es is currently shipping and carries an MSRP of $199.95.

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By our press release coordinator Thursday January 1, 2004
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