Novation SL MK111 midi controller


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Has anyone had a chance to play one of these new babies? Specs are below, it even has a in built sequencer:-
Product Hardware Specifications
  • 49 or 61 note velocity sensitive, individually sprung, synth style, semi-weighted keyboard
  • 16 full-colour RGB backlit velocity sensitive drum pads
  • 2 Page and 2 scene launch buttons
  • 8 continuous rotary knobs
  • 8 sliders
  • 6 dedicated transport controls
  • RGB backlit pitch bend and modulation wheels
  • 2 octave / transpose buttons
  • 2 Track buttons
  • 5x RGB TFT LCD screens
  • 59 Backlit buttons with tact switches
  • 49 or 61 keybed RGB LEDs
  • 16 Assignable buttons x 2 pages (32 assignable buttons)
  • Assignable grid x 2 pages | (32 assignable pads)
  • Backlit RGB Mode switching buttons including InControl

Rear Panel & Connectors
  • Power switch
  • DC power socket
  • USB B 2.0
  • MIDI IN, OUT, OUT2 / THRU - 3x 5-pin DIN sockets
  • Sustain and Expression pedal 1/4" TRS jack inputs
  • Footswitch pedal 1/4" TS jack input
  • CV, Gate, Modulation -1- on 3.5mm jack sockets
  • CV, Gate, Modulation -2- on 3.5mm jack sockets
  • Clock out
  • Kensington security slot
Sequencer
  • 64 Sessions
  • 8 Tracks per session
  • 8 Patterns per track (16 steps per Pattern for a total of 128 steps per track)
  • Real time record (notes, with velocity and automation)
  • Auto-quantise notes to steps and automation to 6 events per step
  • All assignable controls can be automated (8 maximum automation lanes)
  • Internal tempo range 40 - 240
  • Swing 20 - 80%
Real Time Performance
  • 16 Scale types and chromatic transposition
  • Split the keys into 8 playable zones
  • Pattern expand view - flip the grid
  • Pattern start and end, direction incl. random
  • Configurable pattern chain
  • Session instant switching and queued switch
Software
  • Ableton Live Lite included
  • 4 GB of Loopmasters sounds and samples
 

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