Radial ships new keyboard mixer/interface
Radial Engineering is now shipping its Key-Largo, a mixer and digital interface designed specifically for keyboard players.
The Key-Largo features ¼” analogue inputs for connecting up to three stereo or mono keyboards, as well as a USB interface for use with soft-synths or computer based audio. All inputs are equipped with an individual level control, and separate send controls access a shared effects loop. This stereo loop is activated using a dedicated footswitch that can be set to mono operation for use with standard guitar-style pedals. The effects return is equipped with its own level control, allowing the player to easily blend the signal with the direct sound. A built-in momentary sustain footswitch is also provided so the Key-Largo can act as a standalone sustain pedal. Finally, a dedicated connection allows the player to use their own volume pedal for control over the stereo bus.
The Key-Largo output section includes stereo ¼” TRS outputs to feed a personal monitor system and transformer isolated XLR mains. The USB interface is equipped with high quality
24 bit/192kHz converters and can be used for both playback and as a recording interface to capture the keyboard mix live or in the studio. It even has MIDI connectivity, allowing the player to use their standard keyboards as software controllers.
The Key-Largo is made in Canada from 14-gauge steel and is supported with a three year transferable warranty.
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