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Novation Impulse 25 - Teclado MIDI (USB, 52,5 cm, 33,2 cm, 10 cm, Mac OS X 10.10 Yosemite, Mac OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion, Mac OS X 10.9 Mavericks, USB) Negro

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  • Software de control Automap 4
  • Pads multi-función
  • Entrada / Salida MIDI: 2 salidas jack Œ para pedales de sustain y expresión
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Peso del producto3,5 Kg
Dimensiones del producto56,9 x 16 x 38,4 cm
Número de modelo del productoImpulse 25
Interfaz del hardwareUSB 2.0
Software compatible Mac OS X 10.10 Yosemite, Mac OS X 10.8 Mountain Lion, Mac OS X 10.9 Mavericks
Número de teclas25
Pantalla a colorNo
Fuente de alimentaciónUSB
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Producto en desde31 de diciembre de 2011
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Ableton Live Lite: Novation Bass Station Loopmasters sample library: 1 Gb de samples libres de uso Mike The Drummer: Breaks y Loops de percusión en vivo

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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas love it 30 de noviembre de 2016
Por Jered Mckenna - Publicado en
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Guys, I've scowered the internet, and my local guitar center, in search for the perfect MIDI controller.

I grew up playing a Yamaha PSR learning keyboard, so I've learned to be proficient on synth style keys. In addition, I was a piano primary music composition major in college. I spent the majority of my youth locked in my bedroom recording tracks: rock, techno, ambient classical contemporary, pop, hip hop, etc. Now that I'm older, I work at a church where I like to explore different piano sample sounds for the worship service (mostly using Kontakt) and I like to layer many instruments to create these lush, cinematic sounds for when my band is slim. I'll put a bass guitar in my left hand and of course piano in the full range.

So, I like that these MIDI keyboard have the faders and knobs to allow me to control the (mostly Low Pass Filters) of my pad sounds, to bring them in and out as I need to.

So, the question is, why spend 400 bucks on this novation when I could spend nearly the same and get a keyboard that has BUILT IN sounds? Good question.

The ideal situation would be to have a powerful, great sounding keyboard, like a Nord Stage, or Yamaha Motif, and use that to control my laptop sounds in Kontakt. I could even buy a MIDI controller with no keys, just knobs and faders, very cheaply. This is something I might do at some point, for my stage performances in MY venue where I can leave the stuff set up.

However, a MIDI controller with the keybed, like this, allows for easy transportation and setup.

As a professional piano player and recording guy, I know that keybeds action/velocity curve can either be preference, OR it can be straight up poorly made, like when a key stroke randomly jumps out more loudly than the others.

However, I've seen young guys on youtube, playing a Novation, and they are awful keyboard players. Then, as they are playing, they say "Yeah, this velocity curve isn't that great". Umm..actually YOU are not that great. haha

So on the this Novation.

It is heavy and a bit bulky, compared to the Launchkey I own. But, that's not a terrible thing.

The knobs and faders feel good. Not like an Allen and Heath soundboard, of course, but they feel decent and comfortable. not wobbly and loose.

Drum trigger/pads...I don't do a lot of triggering/ableton stuff. If I play detailed sampled drum tracks, I use the keybed. So for me, the drum triggers are fine.

Keybed - this is the big one for people. This keybed feels great. I seem to hit more notes when I do random, sloppy runs and scales. It's very forgiving. and again it just feels great. Some people have said they are annoyed at the velocity curve adjustment within this keyboard. I would advise them to not use it. Use the built in velocity curve adjustments in your virtual instrument. you have so much more control that way.

It mapped itself to REAPER just fine. But I don'[t use it for mixing too much.

So, this is a great keyboard/Midi controller. I'm very happy with it.

I have the Launchkey 49 as my "throw around" keyboard. it's great, and it small. But for serious stuff, I use this. I've also just purchased the SL mkii off Ebay (why not on amazon? what's up with that?) So it will be interesting to see how it stacks up against this one.

UPDATE 12-15-16
SO I got the SL mkii

the knobs, faders, controls, etc feel great and professional. the unit is strong and heavy. However, the velocity curve simply has too much dynamic range and is too responsive to the smallest variation in playing strength. the impulse feels way better.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas Highly recommended for use with Logic 22 de febrero de 2017
Por J.Roe - Publicado en
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For the price point, this keyboard punches above it's weight. I use it for composing and editing in Apple's Logic Pro X - it is practically plug-and-play (in fact for use as just a midi-keyboard to control and input instruments in GarageBand or Logic - it is plug-and-play; no set up required other than plugging the USB cable into your computer - I use Mac). Has been super fun to use, compact enough to use on a desk, but enough range for most instruments when composing. it is powered by USB, so there is no power cord or additional wall-wart to take up space or restict where/how you set the keyboard up.
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5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas A great MIDI controller for piano players 4 de septiembre de 2014
Por kerrick - Publicado en
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I purchased this keyboard to start working more with MIDI sample packs and add some more depth to my recordings and I was duly impressed with the quality of this controller. The most impressive thing for me was the key feel; the semi-weighted, closed front keys have a very authentic feel and action to them which makes them very pleasing to play. Since I use Ableton, all of the controls were easily mapped and fully functional with very little setup necessary; it was very much a plug and play experience.

My only qualms:

1. The Automap software was fairly useless and also installed Bonjour on my system, but a couple of quick uninstalls and that was resolved.

2. The feel of the drum pads. They feel very stiff to me and did not articulate quite the way I was expecting, needing more force to get the right sound out of them than I was expecting. However, I do understand that these pads are not designed with the same feel as non-keyboard style MIDI controllers (such as the Novation Push and the Native Instruments Mashine) and once I used them for a little while, I became more accustomed to the feel they had.

Bottom line, this is a great controller and one to seriously consider if you are in the market for a keyboard style MIDI controller.
5.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas To use with Logic Pro X / Ableton Live 16 de mayo de 2017
Por Emilio Penaherrera - Publicado en
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Is as simple as connecting the usb to your mac, running automap and boom there you are. The only thing I haven't been able to do is to control mute and solo buttons from it as it has no assignable buttons available, but for the rest it works amazingly. if you want to launch different samples or sounds with the drum pad you will have to map it yourself though, but it is so simple it won't take more than a minute.
You can create, edit and save 20 presets, for live set artists thats dope.
4.0 de un máximo de 5 estrellas AudioTopia rebuilt Novation Impulse 49 Midi controller 12 de julio de 2014
Por JHR - Publicado en
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I ordered a used and rebuilt Novation Impulse 49 Midi controller for home use. I purchased it from AudioTopia. I am very pleased with the keyboard. I was able to save $100. by not buying a new keyboard. It came with advertised software and warranty.
There were 2 small things. The side of the keyboard has a small chip of plastic broken off. I don't think it happened during shipping. It wasn't in the box. The keyboard doesn't come in a Novation box. It comes wrapped in bubble-wrap in a brown cardboard box.
At first I was having problems getting the keyboard to connect to my Windows 8 computer. I wrote Novation an email question. In the meantime I tried a different USB cable I had here at home. That made all the difference. The cable that it came with was defective. Novation emailed me back right away and offered to send me a new cable. I decided to use my cable.
All in all I'm am very pleased with my purchase. Very pleased with Novation Impulse Midi controller.