Arturia’s popular KeyStep controller goes up a gear.
Arturia's KeyStep Pro puts sequencing and performance front and centre.
Arturia's budget keyboard controller offers tremendous value for money with its combination of an 88-note synth-action keyboard and a handy software bundle that includes the latest version of Analog Lab.
Adding to their existing Keylab controller range is Arturia's Essential 88, for those who don't require a hammer action keybed.
Arturia take their KeyLab controller keyboard range to the next level.
Available in 49- and 61-key formats, the Keylab MkII controllers feature a host of upgrades, including multi-coloured backlit pads, five expression control inputs and four CV outputs.
The KeyLab Essential condenses Arturia’s core controller capabilities into one cut-down package.
At Musikmesse, we took a quick look at Arturia’s upcoming new KeyLab Essential range of ...
Arturia’s cut-price creation combines step sequencing with keyboard control.
Arturia have released a space-saving controller that’s designed to fit into small home studios and...
A fully-weighted master keyboard at this price is unheard of. Is the KeyLab 88 too good to be true?
Also at the NAMM show, Arturia are unveiling KeyStep – a compact 32 key USB keyboard with...
Arturia have pared down their hybrid drum controller. It's cheaper and more compact — but does the Spark spirit remain?
French synth experts Arturia get their groove on with a hybrid software/hardware drum machine. Zut alors!
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