Novation Changes the Station Again

The New K-Station Ships In January 2002      20/12/01
Novation follow the release of their A-Station with the attractively priced K-Station is a powerful, compact, keyboard synthesizer and using the highly successful A-Station sound engine. The generous control panel allows plenty of space for knobs and sliders for that all-important realtime control, whilst the blue LCD gives an ultra clear view of settings. The K-Station is a keyboard with a broad appeal. The two octave keyboard gives it a feeling of ‘modern classic’, lending itself to lead instrument status. The size of the K-Station also means that it can conveniently be used in a computer music situation, or easily transported to studio or live setting. Novation’s Managing Director, Ian Jannaway commented; ‘The K-Station is especially well suited to the current market. The low price point is an important factor in establishing a good market share and, together with the A-Station, will allow Novation to increase business in today’s rapidly changing market’. The K-Station features; a 2 octave touch-sensitive keyboard with pitch and mod wheels, 8 voice polyphony with 12 band vocoder and arpeggiator, all knobs, sliders and buttons transmit MIDI for instant control, audio input for processing of external signals, 400 user re-writable program memories including 200 awesome presets, superb ‘liquid analog’ sound, quality effects - reverb, distortion plus tempo-locked chorus, phaser, delay, panner & enveloped filter with eq. List price £499/$899. Available in January 2002
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