WNAMM09: OpenLabs Announce New Workstations

New beat making control sections and plenty more besides      27/01/09

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5:14 mins

OpenLabs continue to push the envelope of the all in one hybrid computer musical instruments. The GEN5 range comprises of the MiKo LXD, NeKo LX5 and NeKo XXL (in the vid). With new control modules for mixing control and beatmaking they've enhanced the production systems they produce. The new Bump MP integrated drum module, designed to allow the user to create beats and trigger any sound, loop or sample in real-time. Enhanced with a special Open Labs version of Guru from FXpansion, key features of the Bump MP include: (16 plus 1) fully assignable pads, note repeat, max level, fixed level fader, transport controls, chromatic mode, hold, pad tune, multiple groove preset and eight engines with 24 presets per engine. Check em all out


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