Any new MIDI surface these days had best have its share of not just bells but whistles too. A relatively painless couple of hours invested with the editor will see your entire soft studio mapped and the mix of rotary and slider controls is ideal for making their virtual look-alikes come alive. Image 1 of 2 The keyboard’s styling borrows from classic Roland synths. The larger two models are wrapped in a casing so heavy and chunky you’ll swear they’ve accidentally left a synth in there too. The PCR from Edirol is a key, velocity sensitive keyboard controller, that features fifty different assignable controllers.
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Besides the change in keys all three machines are identical with the same nine big-throw sliders, nine dials and 18 velocity-sensitive pads. Switching setups for different soft synths for example is a breeze with a dedicated button and a dial to spin. Further pro touches on this controller include the excellent heavy-sprung action on the full-sized aftertouch keyboard.
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Image 1 of 2 The keyboard’s styling borrows from classic Roland synths.
And let’s not forget that crossfader controller – a sideways-mounted slider that will appeal, obviously, to DJs. It’s a damn sight easier than editing on the keyboard itself, which requires careful negotiation of that three-figure display. This pro-quality controller is hard to knock. They’re just too small to hit in a hurry and too unyielding to play with accurate velocities. Keyboard controller featuring 49 velocity-sensitive keys, with aftertouch High-quality keyboard mechanism in a durable, stable body 50 fully assignable controls 18 velocity pads to use as drum triggers DJ style cross-fader “Dynamic Mapping” allows the PCR to automatically assign its physical controls to the most important parameters e.
It’s a shame then, that the drum pads don’t deliver. Image 2 of 2 The PCR looks great and is crammed with controllers. Any new MIDI surface these days had best have its share of not just bells but whistles too.
Convenient location of connections on side panel. The build is excellent – easily showing up flimsier fare from less experienced manufacturers – and the wedge profile says ‘pro’ in the understated way we love. The PCR from Edirol is a key, velocity sensitive keyboard controller, that features fifty different assignable controllers. There’s even a crossfader. The pads can operate as buttons or velocity pads, and LED indicators identify which of the two modes is selected.
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However, as basic triggers they’re fine though and as buttons for switching through screensets, turning off mutes, loop modes and so on, they’re both numerous and welcome. See any errors on this page? Just look at them: Be the first to review this item.
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Small potatoes, sure, but little things like this can mean a lot. Fortunately, Edirol’s latest, the PCR, has both in spades. Plenty of control options. Nine longer-throw sliders can control eight track-faders, in addition to a master fader, or function as organ drawbars.
Roland Edirol Pcr-500 USB Midi Keyboard Controller 49 Keys
With all connectors housed on a side panel, the rear panel of the keyboard is free of connectors, allowing for the placement of a computer display, ASCII keyboard, mouse and mouse pad, or laptop rolaand behind the keyboard. Eighteen velocity pads provide a perfect way for playing drums and triggering sampler phrases. A DJ style cross-fader allows ny controlling two parameters at the same time, and can be used to control synthesizer filters, etc.
The range of velocity curves and tried-and-tested, ripped-offa-Roland feel make this a pleasure to play, while the ability to split the keyboard and trigger different sounds with different zones makes it an ideal live all-in-one.
The larger two models are wrapped in a casing so heavy and chunky you’ll swear they’ve accidentally left a synth in lcr-500 too. Enter new zip code to refresh estimated delivery time.
Getting those sliders into the party is a breeze thanks to the cross-platform editing software, which lets you map any controller value to any physical control.