MESSE03: Novation Unveil Remote 25

We get a run through of it's features      17/03/03

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Novation had a hearty spread of new stuff on show at their spacious booth. On show was the new V-Station, a virtual instrument recreation of the popular K-Station polysynth (see review). The V-Station was hooked up with an actual K-Station with all front panel controls directly controlling the Vs. Many people visiting the stand were under the impression they were playing the real thing! Also on display was the soon to be released Remote 25. This new USB MIDI controller can be programmed to send control, NRPN, RPN and SYSEX. Features
  • 8 programmable knobs
  • 8 programmable rotary encoders
  • 8 programmable sliders
  • 24 programmable buttons with one touch, latching, toggle and switching through a table of values
  • LCD screen display
  • Pitch and mod wheel
  • X-Y touch pad with up to 2 controllers assignable to each axis
  • USB MIDI interface
  • 2 octave semi-weighted keyboard with aftertouch For a full run down of features check the vid.
  • www.novationmusic.com


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