New Kurzweils Available In The UK

PC3LE Series with streamlined sound category system ships in the UK      19/08/10
New Kurzweils Available In The UK

Kurzweil Music Systems and UK distributor Sound Technology Ltd have announced UK shipping of the new Kurzweil PC3LE Series. Here's what they have to say about it...
With 64 voices of polyphony and a sleek easy-to-navigate front panel, the PC3LE combines many of the PC3's best sounds and features with our friendliest user interface to date along with a new, streamlined sound category system. The PC3LE has been designed with ease of use and on-the-fly music production foremost in mind, with 16 independent arpeggiators and up to 16 simultaneous riffs, all of which can be triggered and manipulated by keystrokes or a host of real-time controllers. For real-time controllers, the PC3LE offers 8 backlit impact and continuous force-sensitive drum pads, two wheels, 5 assignable knobs and 6 assignable switches in addition to 4 switch pedals and one CC pedal.
The PC3LE Series features over 800 presets, the PC3's synth architecture and sample set, KB3 organ emulation and world class effects.
The PC3LE also provides USB Master capabilities, thumb-drive storage and seamlessly integrates into any studio or live stage setup.
Three choices for keyboard action are offered - the PC3LE8 88-note hammer weighted, PC3LE7 76-note semi-weighted and PC3LE6 61-note semi-weighted.
Pricing and Availability:
All are available now priced at £1075 RRP ex VAT for the PC3LE6, £1275 RRP ex VAT for the PC3LE7 and £1460 RRP ex VAT for the PC3LE8. More information:

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