The First Lightning-Compatible Music Keyboard

IK Multimedia is shipping a Lightning cable for iRig KEYS      14/06/13
The First Lightning-Compatible Music Keyboard


IK Multimedia has announced that it's now shipping a Lightning cable for iRig KEYS - the first ultra-slim portable keyboard for iPhone, iPad, iPod touch and Mac/PC - which will allow players to use the popular compact keyboard with the new generation iPhone, iPad and iPod touch. Here's the details directly from IK...

iRig KEYS is the universal portable keyboard MIDI controller for iPhone, iPad, iPod touch and Mac/PC that lets musicians create, compose and record on the go. Its plug-and-play design features 37 velocity-sensitive mini-keys, pitch-bend and modulation wheels, 5 backlit programming buttons and a volume/data knob. iRig KEYS is Core MIDI and USB class-compliant, so it works straight out of the box with no additional software necessary. It comes with a 30-pin dock-connection cable for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch, and a USB cable for hooking up to a Mac/PC.

iRig KEYS is the perfect companion for creating music on the go. It comes with iGrand Piano FREE*, a concert quality piano app; SampleTank™ FREE*, a sound and groove module app; and SampleTank L** for Mac/PC. iRig KEYS works with all Core MIDI-compatible apps like GarageBand, and MIDI applications and DAWs on Mac/PC. When connected to an iPhone, iPad or iPod touch, iRig KEYS is powered by the device. For longer playing sessions, it can be powered through its USB port, like when it's connected to a Mac/PC.

*Download from the App StoreSM
**Register and download from the IK Multimedia website

Pricing and Availability:

The cable is available for purchase from the IK website for $19.99 / €17.99 (excluding taxes).

More information:

 

More From: IK MULTIMEDIA
Even more news...




More Videos


Sonic LAB: Boomstar Modular 4075 Filter 

Arp Lowpass Eurorack module


Stekker 2015: Richard Devine - Live Rig Rundown Part 1 

We get a look at Richard's all eurorack live rig


Stekker 2015: Eric Cloutier - System 700 + 808 Combo 

DJ Eric Cloutier plays with the System 700 + 808 combo


Stekker 2015: What is Studio Stekker? 

Colin Benders explains the philosophy and point behind Studio Stekker