Arturia keyboard controller package with pedal, bag, and more.
This Arturia keyboard controller package includes the Keylab 49 MIDI controller with a Live Wire LW250 Sustain Pedal, a Musician's Gear 49-Note Keyboard Bag, and a copy of the Berklee Press Recording and Producing in the Home Studio Book.
Arturia Keylab 49 Keyboard Controller
Keylab 49 is Arturia's professional-grade MIDI keyboard, combined with the powerful Analog Lab software. With its 49 keys, knobs, sliders and pads, it is made for performance and maximum expression, with velocity and aftertouch in addition to a set of knobs, faders and pads, as well as full connectivity on the back panel (like expression and sustain).
This premium controller gives the fullest access to Arturia's Analog Lab software; its pre-assigned controls make it the perfect solution for plug and play sound creation. Once the software is connected to the keyboard, you can put your mouse away and experience the same workflow as on a traditional hardware synthesizer.
Live Wire LW250 Sustain Pedal
The LWS250 is a piano-style pedal that is perfect when you need a sturdy, full-size pedal that stays right where you put it. Use it when you want a richer, more resonant sound; the notes you play will continue to sound until you release the pedal. The LWS250 will operate with any keyboard with a 1/4" jack.
Musician's Gear 49-Note Keyboard Gig Bag
This Keyboard Gig Bag from Musician's Gear fits 49-note boards and has an outer covering of heavy-duty 440D twill nylon to lock out dirt and spills. Inside, foam padding absorbs the bumps of normal handling. Edges and handles are made of thick parachute webbing for extra strength and durability. The electronic keyboard bag has a carry handle, shoulder strap, and double jumbo zippers. 36" x 5" x 14".
Berklee Press Recording and Producing in the Home Studio Book
With the explosion of project studio equipment available, it's easier than ever to create pro-quality music at home. The book Recording and Producing in the Home Studio is the only reference you'll ever need to start producing and engineering your music or other artists' music in your very own home studio. You don't have a home studio yet, but have some basic audio equipment? This essential guide by David Franz will help you set up your recording studio with the right music gear, begin producing projects, develop your engineering skills and manage your music production projects. Stop dreaming and start producing!