MIDI Pad Controller

Vestax introduce PAD-One      08/10/10
MIDI Pad Controller


Vestax tell us that their new PAD-One is a solid robust MIDI pad controller, compatible with various DJ & DAW software and can be used to control any kind of MIDI device, including synthesizers, samplers, drum machines, and electronic drums.
They say that the aluminum chassis will never warp or crack, ensuring you long life durability and stability and that the PAD-One can individually assign pads on the fly, and shows you each pad's MIDI value on the 7seg indicator.
Features
  • 12 velocity & pressure sensitive LED backlit pads
  • Individual LED color for each bank
  • MIDI message for each pad can be selected with the PAD-One
  • Real time control XY touch pad
  • Solid aluminum die-casted robust chassis
  • Full control of ROLL button tempo with the TAP button
  • MIDI cable connection for control over various effect and sampler devices
  • USB plug & play
  • Excellent portability
Pricing and Availability:
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5 Comments...  Post a comment    original story
somedude    Said...

korg rip-off

less banks

wow glowie lights, i'm sold

and i heard it was supposed to be $199 lol no thanks

08-Oct-10 08:19 AM


Ed A.    Said...

I'd get an iPad with an OSC controller app before I would consider this thing.

08-Oct-10 12:19 PM


SteveFromBerlin    Said...

Oh good, it's fuck ugly - this way I don't have to buy it....

08-Oct-10 12:54 PM


Nick B    Said...

Actually if it in the ball-park price of the nano pad, it could be okay. Pressure sensitive,and roll tempo were the big omissions of the nanopad

08-Oct-10 04:14 PM


SynthOverlord    Said...

I agree that I'd buy it as a iPad app - as soon as Apple release the Gen 2 iPads and I grab one, anyway ;0)

08-Oct-10 08:31 PM


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