For remote control, the controller offers a total of nine faders with 60 millimeters. The included software grants the musician an individual configuration of the 27 knobs including the LED lights. According to the developer, the rotary controls should work very precisely due to their 1024 steps. The five storable presets can be changed via the push button. The controller can be connected to a computer via the USB socket including the supplied cable. Behind the Berlin manufacturer name Midique hides the techno producer and live act Koen Schepens.
Price and availability
The KNTRL9 should be available in the course of spring 2022 in specialized stores for about 315 euros. Availability is limited.
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