More Sounds For CME Keyboards

WaveIdea announces Neosynth24 Expansion Board for CME VX and UF keyboards      25/06/08
More Sounds For CME Keyboards


NeoSynth24 is an Audio/MIDI expander available as an expansion board for CME keyboards (UF and VX series). WaveIdea say that it provides high quality audio instruments and effects and adds great sonic possibilities to CME keyboards.
NeoSynth24 features a built in sound bank (64 MBytes/256 Mbits) that can be updated at your convenience. All instruments can thus be updated in order to create completely new sounds from the same keyboard.
Various sound banks are available (General MIDI standard instruments set, Grand Piano style, Hip Hop style, Techno/House style, R&B style and much more ...), these multiple sound banks are available on SD Cards that can be ordered separately. These SD Cards are then used to upgrade the on board instruments, once upgraded the SD Card can be removed from its slot.
  • All available sound banks are high quality sampled instruments, from 16 to 24 bits resolution, up to 96 kHz sampling frequency.
  • NeoSynth24 on board powerful DSP allows up to 124 voices of polyphony
  • MIDI / USB expander
  • Up to 124 voices of polyphony
  • Built-in FX engines
  • Up to 64 MB sound bank
  • Updatable sound banks from SD Card
  • Various music styles available
  • USB MIDI class compliant (no driver)
  • 24 bits / 48 kHz audio paths
  • Main stereo audio output (24bits D/A)
  • Auxiliary stereo audio output (24bits D/A)
  • Headphones output
  • Analog stereo audio input (24bits A/D)
  • S/PDIF stereo audio input/output
  • Available for both UF & VX keyboards
  • Large MIDI implementation
Pricing and Availability:
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    hermann    Said...

    Nice ! cant wait for such a sound module

    01-Jul-08 02:49 AM


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