Perfect for studios, producers, and artists on the go, the Gen5 E-Series MiKo EC5 is based on Open Labs' acclaimed L-series workstations. The Gen5 EC5 DAW from the E-Series features the same high-grad... Click To Read More About This Product
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Perfect for studios, producers, and artists on the go, the Gen5 E-Series MiKo EC5 is based on Open Labs' acclaimed L-series workstations. The Gen5 EC5 DAW from the E-Series features the same high-grade aircraft aluminum chassis, innovative touchscreen capabilities and pristine audio quality as the L-series. The Gen5 MiKo EC5 includes more than 7,500 high-quality preset sounds, a fully licensed version of Reaper (DAW), their live virtual instrument host Riff, and practically unlimited capability for third-party plug-ins, VSTi's and applications including Pro Tools, Native Instruments, Cubase, Ableton, Reason, and more.
The Open Labs MiKo EC5 ships complete with the more than 7,500 high-quality sounds as mentioned above, a 15" touchscreen for hands-on control of any software parameter and a two-button touch pad. It also comes with Open Labs' proprietary virtual instrument host Riff” the ultimate tool for live performance using VSTis, as well as the unlimited ability to run 3rd-party plug-ins, VSTis and applications, including Pro Tools, Cubase, Ableton, Native Instruments, Serato Scratch Live, Reason and many more.
Giving it the power to do all it can do for you musically, it has an Intel Core 2 Duo 2.8 GHz processor with 2GB of RAM. To save your ideas, the EC5 has a 500GB hard drive, and a dual-layer CD/DVD burner for sharing them when they are polished. It comes with a Windows OS specifically configured for music production by Open and is internet-ready for sharing your finished compositions or for sharing ideas quickly.
Other features on this state-of-the-art keyboard workstation include a Master Control Panel with transport controls, 4-plus-1 mappable faders, transpose functions, and more; a 61-key semi-weighted, synth-action keyboard with after-touch; integrated "QWERTY" keyboard panel; and comprehensive I/O capable of up to 24-bit/96KHz audio with 4 In/6 Out including 2 phantom-powered mic-preamps with instrument inputs, S/PDIF I/O, MIDI I/O, 4 USB 2.0 ports (2 external/2internal), 1 Firewire 1394 port, 1 VGA Video port, and 1 Ethernet port.
MiKo EC5 Software Bundle:
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V5 Sound Library Software
Software: Microsoft Windows XP Home, Open Labs Custom GUI (Graphic User Interface), Open Labs Riff, and Reaper
Factory Sounds: Crystal, Highlife, MDA DX10, MDA JX10, RealGuitar
Keyboard: 37-key semi-weighted synth action keyboard (World-class Fatar Technology)
CPU: Intel Core2 Duo (2.8GHz)
Memory: 2GB (upgradeable to 4GB)
Storage: 500GB (upgradeable to 2TB)
Drive: High-speed dual-layer 8.5GB/disc CD/DVD burner
Pitch Bend and Modulation Wheels
Trackpad with 2 buttons
Built-in Keyboard ("QWERTY") Module
Open Labs Master Control
1 High Performance Audio I/O Card with Low Latency including 24-bit/96kHz professional 4-in/6-out
2 mic/instrument preamp inputs (with Phantom Power 48V)
2 analog line inputs
6 analog line outputs
S/PDIF digital I/O (coaxial)
Display: Internal 15" color touchscreen LCD high-resolution (1024 x 768), external VGA port for running dual monitors or a video projector
1 Sustain port
1 Expression port
4 USB 2.0 ports (2 external/2 internal)
1 FireWire 400 port
1 Gigabit (10/100/1000) Ethernet port
1 Headphone Jack with Volume Control
1 DVI-I Video Port
Microsoft Windows XP Home
Open Labs Custom GUI (Graphic User Interface)
Open Labs Riff
Open Labs mFusion
PREMIUM Factory Sound Library:
Over 7,500 presets on the Miko EC5 and 1,000 song presets loaded into RiFF
One year of Open Labs Gold Support Services
Power Supply: 500W, whisper quiet cooling fans (internal chassis, processor, & power supply)
32"W x 19"D x 7"H
Weight (base configuration): 46lb.
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Comments about Open Labs MiKo EC5 Keyboard DAW Workcenter:
I use to use an MPC 2000 for all of my sequencing.I would run a midi signal from my Triton keyboard and Motif rack directly into my Akai.The beats I would make were good,but at times it would take me an hour & a half to produce a full song (without vocals).The problem was I would have to switch back and forth from my instruments to my sampler and vise-versa.That's when I heard about the Miko EC-5.I was watching a you tube video of Open Labs interviewing the producer Polow Da Don.The interview was around 10 minutes long,so I was getting a lot of information about the Miko because he spoke about it the entire time.I wanted one as soon as I closed my Internet Explorer.I bought one shortly after from Guitar Center,and when I got in the mail I made my first beat on it that night.I started on it during the day around 3PM but I didn't finish until around 7PM.I didn't mind though it was my first time using it and it's a fun learning expierence.I was hooked!The thing I loved about my Miko was that I didn't have to go back and forth from one machine to the other because everything is all in one.I thought to myself if I didn't already own a studio and I was looking to buy one,I would just purchase a Miko, (or Neko)speakers and maybe a microphone...nothing else.That's the neat thing about the Miko.You can also record vocals.You can even type in a word or phrase from the typewriter and the Miko itself will sing it for you! It comes with Windows XP,a cd burner,dvd burner,windows media player, and Reaper.(For editing)The cool thing about Reaper it reminds me of pro tools.You can see the waveform as if it were designed for vocals.It is, but you can also import instruments as well as plug-ins for your instruments and vocals!The Miko EC-5 is the best piece of studio equipment I have ever owned.
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