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Samson Graphite 25 USB MIDI Controller gives you all the performance and production control you need to get the most out of your music software. Combining an intuitive 25-key semi-weighted keyboard with a feature set that is both useful and accessible, A sleek, powerful tool that allows you to express your most dynamic musical ideas. Programmable master fader, 8 encoders & 4 buttons for hands-on control over your DAW and virtual instruments. 4 velocity-sensitive trigger pads with after touch (two banks) for drum sounds and samples. Includes MIDI Out, USB and sustain pedal connections. 3 zones for creating splits and layering sounds. Adjustable velocity curve for both keys and pads. USB bus powered. Bundled with Native Instrument’s Complete Elements software. The Graphite 25 is designed to feel more like an instrument than a controller. It’s semi- weighted keyboard comes equipped with 25 velocity-sensitive keys for capturing the dynamics of a performance, while after touch offers customizable control over a variety of effects and parameters. With dedicated Transpose and Octave buttons, as well as classic Pitch and Mod wheels, the Graphite 25 puts a wide range of musical expression at your fingertips. Take full control of your DAW and virtual instruments with the Graphite 25’s programmable master volume fader, eight encoders and four function buttons, all customizable for the ultimate in hands-on control. The Graphite 25 also features four large velocity-sensitive trigger pads, each with two banks, that can be used to tap out drum beats, cue one-shot samples or start and stop sequences. And it’s large LCD screen displays the behaviour of every function in real-time. It can be used with your favourite iPad MIDI apps via Apple’s iPad Camera Connection Kit or Lightning to USB Camera Adapter. And it’s bundled with Native Instrument’s Complete Elements software, which offers a vast range of instruments and effects for modern music production, composition and sound design.
The Graphite 25's semi-weighted keyboard provides musicians with a responsive and expressive platform that is designed to feel more like an instrument than a controller. It comes equipped with velocity-sensitive keys that accurately capture the dynamics of a performance. Aftertouch offers customizable control over a variety of effects and parameters, for example the addition of growl to a saxophone or vibrato to strings. With 25 keys, the Graphite 25's pitch range is perfect for performing, while remaining highly portable.
Bundled with the Graphite 25, Native Instrument's Komplete Elements software offers a comprehensive selection of studio-quality sounds, effects and tools for modern music production, composition and sound design. With over 3GB of samples, Komplete provides you with more than 1,000 premium sounds and three mighty player engines--all carefully compiled to provide a strong toolkit for both stage and studio. It's a ready-to-roll professional software package for all production styles.
Great controller , but bad delivery. Box had been hit in middle and split, all still worked ok though.Published 13 days ago by Peter marsh
Like a lot of people I guess, I was wanting to upgrade from my antiquated Midi synth and audio-in equipment to a USB-DAW set-up. Read morePublished 4 months ago by mannonen
I would have given it 5 stars if it was compatible with Steinberg Cubase but the mapping programmed into it isn't remotely compatible and I object to having to spend hours... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Mr Bigredbus007
Ordered one - arrived with damaged DVD software. It was replaced with another one - this time it arrived with a broken key. No more Samson.Published 9 months ago by BlahBlah
Good good midi keyboard but Amazon sent me one with a faulty backlight!Published 10 months ago by SBSCorp
Not a bad piece of kit; The only negative is that the 4 drum pads are not particularly responsive and need quite a heavy "tap" to get any sound regardless of the... Read morePublished 14 months ago by C. G. Stidder