World's First Wireless Keyboard For Logic Pro X

Editors Keys launches a new wireless shortcut keyboard      06/01/14
World's First Wireless Keyboard For Logic Pro X


Editors Keys has launched a new wireless shortcut keyboard, designed for Apple's Logic Pro X software, which they say helps you edit faster than ever by offering you all of the major shortcuts at once.

The new keyboard for Logic Pro X features over 150 shortcuts and a new manufacturing technique, which allows extra shortcut icons to appear below the text on the keyboard. This greatly improves the design of the product.

The new keyboard is manufactured using an official Apple keyboard, so fits in perfectly with your current Mac setup.

Editors Keys worked with the Logic Pro X Community to create a new style of Logic Keyboard, which not only makes it faster to edit within Logic, it also makes it easier to understand.

Mark Brown, Company Director of EditorsKeys.com, told us, "It's great working with the audio community to create a new product. You encounter issues from a 'real world editor' perspective that you just can't obtain from the office. The feedback and testing has been priceless."

Pricing and Availability:

The keyboard is available today for £109.99 here.


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Plop    Said...

Or just pick up an logicskin cover for 30 euros. best thing about them is that you can change them for other templates and the are in my opinion better readable than the Editors Keys one. Oh and first isn't true. I can recall seeing others on the IBC fair back in September...

14-Jan-14 02:08 PM


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