Posted | July 15 2014

Novation Impulse 61 MIDI Controller

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I’m thinking the Novation Impulse 61 controller will be a great companion for the Korg SV-1 which has some fine Rhodes and Grand Piano sounds on board.  The Novation has 9 faders typically used as a control surface, but with Mainstage and Logic I can assign them as draw-bar controls for my software hammond sounds.  Seems like a prudent choice.

The Novation Impulse 61’s semi-weighted keybed is first-class. Designed to feel like an instrument rather than a computer accessory, these keys communicate musical expression to your DAW with an efficacy you never thought possible. That’s always been the challenge with MIDI and computer-based music creation - and the Impulse 61 attacks it head-on. The result is better music.

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