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Radial Key Largo

Keyboard Mixer & USB Interface
Published January 2018
By Bob Thomas

RadialKey Largo

Radial’s innovative Key Largo is designed to sit at the heart of your live keyboard rig.

As I’ve said several times, Peter Janis’ Radial Engineering company have the uncanny ability to come up with innovative product approaches to meet studio and stage needs that you didn’t realise existed. The latest in this long line is the new Key Largo stereo keyboard mixer, performance pedal and audio interface. Conceived as the centrepiece of a multi-keyboard-plus-computer setup for stage and studio, the Key Largo offers a combination of features and facilities that appear to be unique in the marketplace.

Skimming The Surface

Housed in a 14-gauge steel casing, the Key Largo is a chunky pedal with a sense of confidence-inspiring solidity. The front panel carries steel-shafted rotary level and effects send potentiometers for its three analogue and one digital (USB) stereo input channels, and effects return master. The monitor and main stereo outputs have their own individual control knobs and ground-lift slide switches. As you’d expect for...

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Published January 2018