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Studiologic SL88 Studio
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Description

Lightweight, 88-key Hammer-action Controller
Over the years, Studiologic has earned a sterling reputation for their high-quality Fatar keyboard actions. Now the company extends that legacy with the SL88 Studio, a lightweight 88-note MIDI controller keyboard featuring Fatar's latest fully weighted keybed technology. You'll delight to the touch of the TP/100LR Premium Hammer Action, which delivers the authentic feel of an acoustic grand piano. You will also appreciate the quick setup and navigation afforded by the SL88 Studio's intuitive user interface, as well as enhanced performance, DAW, and plug-in control via three X/Y stick controllers. If you're a serious pianist who needs a truly portable 88-key weighted controller for stage and studio, the Studiologic SL88 Studio should be on your short list.

Studiologic SL88 Studio at a Glance:
The ideal gigging controller
TFT color display for total access
X/Y stick controllers for real-time control
The ideal gigging controller
It may sport a fully weighted 88-note keyboard, but the Studiologic SL88 Studio is delightfully portable. Thanks to its lightweight Fatar TP/100LR action, it weighs in under 31 pounds - which is very much appreciated by gigging Sweetwater keyboardists. The SL88 Studio is also thoroughly professional caliber and built like a tank with a rugged all-metal casing and impact-resistant synthetic endcaps that protect the keybed and provide a sure grip when transporting.

TFT color display for total access
The Studiologic SL88 Studio features a bright, easy-to-view TFT color display that, in conjunction with a high-quality 6-way controller knob, lets you quickly and easily navigate through all SL88 Studio functions - a very intuitive setup. Three push buttons to the right of the control knob bring you back to the top level from any location in the system with just a single press.

X/Y stick controllers for real-time control
Studiologic spec'd the SL88 Studio with three X/Y stick controllers for expressive performance and direct manipulation of sound parameters. Stick 1 (which you'll typically use for pitch and modulation control) is spring-loaded in both X/Y axes. Stick 2 is spring-loaded in the X axis only. Stick 3 is free in both the X and Y axes, which is perfect for crossfades, pans, and parameter control.

Studiologic SL88 Studio Features:
88-note Fatar TP/100LR Premium Hammer Action keybed
Studiologic's triple-switch detection system
Keyboard transmits Velocity and Aftertouch information
Keyboard feel programmable for Soft, Medium, Hard, Fixed (variable)
6 user velocity curves (editable via SL Editor software)
250 Programs, in 12 Groups; 4 programmable Zones
2 MIDI ports (separately assignable)
3 programmable X/Y stick controllers
Rotary encoder with navigation controls
3 Function buttons
Color graphic LCD-TFT display (320 x 240)
Pedals connections: 2 switch, 1 continuous, 1 universal
MIDI (5-pin DIN connectors): In, Out 1, Out 2
USB/MIDI to Host (bus powered)
9-volt DC power adapter included
Powerful SL Editor software for Mac/PC
Magnetic Rail System for optional SL Music Stand and SL Computer Plate

Discussions

Mounting a keyboard in a desk?

...the doepfer LMK4+... I've also heard that the Studiologic keyboards could be used for this. I've been looking at the Studiologic SL88 grand, but I dont know how I'd tare it apart and remount it in the desk. Anyone have any experience with this?

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Ten of the Best USB MIDI Keyboard Controllers

Best value weighted keyboard is Studiologic SL88.. best not to use it as a drum machine tho.

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Suggestions For A FULLY Weighted Hammer Action MIDI Controller?

...Motif XS Rack 5. Roland Integra 7. And you can pair these with something like a Studio logic controller keyboard like the SL88 Studio. Typically modern controller keyboards have the features to allow you adjust their velocity response internally, so the challenge I described with my KX88 is a thing of the past. I must be frank...

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