Design Custom Look For CME Keyboard and Win

Plenty of prizes up for grabs      07/06/06

Design Custom Look For CME Keyboard and Win
Just the thing if you have a MIDI hobbit

The CME range of MIDI master keyboards proved popular, with features aplenty but a price tag that is attractive. The fact that they are RED helps them really stand out, but there's a competition afoot for you to create your own custom graphics. First Prize
CME VX7 master keyboard which features 9 motorized 60mm faders and a built in USB audio interface.
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Second Prize
CME Bitstream 3X compact desktop unit, 3 axis MIDI controller with 35 knobs, 8 sliders, 16 buttons, a joystick, a cross-fader and an infrared controller. The Bitstream 3X is perfect for controlling Virtual Instrument, DAWs or other MIDI hardware.
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Third Prize
One Third Prize winner will receive a CME U-key mobile-tone keyboard and four qualifying entries will receive one of the following: CME Matrix X,CME Matrix Y, or CME Xcorpio. So before you get busy with the pencil, point your pointy thing at:
http://www.cme-pro.com/ufdesign/
For full competition details.

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