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Keys, drum pads, faders, knobs and touchscreen buddy up together
AUSTIN, Texas, Jan 11, 2012 – The world keep changing and that’s no different for music production and performance. Traditional instruments are giving way to computer-based alternatives and the key is to bridge the two worlds without stifling creativity or getting lost in the technology.
Music Computing introduces ControlTOUCH…your laptop’s new best friend.
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World's First Integrated Controller: ControlTOUCH keyboard controllers are designed for the modern day musician who requires traditional keyboard controller features along with a video display and touch screen controls. ControlTOUCH allowsyou to concentrate on your music creation or performance and less on the technology behind them. ControlTOUCH instantly transforms your laptop or desktop into a full-blown keyboard production station.
ControlTOUCH 61: The 61-key version provides the following controls and features: 8 velocity sensitive trigger pads, 2X Assignable Pedal Interfaces, 8X Assignable Faders (61-key only), Pitch Bend Wheel and Modulation  wheel, 6 Buttons for MTC, Master Volume Fader (61-key only), 8 double  Function button with shift, providing 15 functions like (PROGRAM,  CHANNEL, CURVE, OCTAVE, TRANSPOSE, BANK M, BANK L, DUAL, SPLIT, MUTE, AFTER TOUCH, CONTROL ASSIGN, etc), 10X numeric pad with +/-  buttons, Built-in Memory, which can store/load 6 groups of user's parameters, MIDI/OUT, and MIDI/IN.
ControlTOUCH 25: The 25-key version provides the following controls and features: 8 velocity sensitive trigger pads, 2X Assignable Pedal Interfaces, Pitch Bend Wheel and Modulation wheel, 6 Buttons for MTC, 8 double  Function button with shift, providing 15 functions like (PROGRAM,  CHANNEL, CURVE, OCTAVE, TRANSPOSE, BANK M, BANK L, DUAL, SPLIT, MUTE,  AFTER TOUCH, CONTROL ASSIGN, etc), 10X numeric pad with +/- buttons, Built-in Memory, which can store/load 6 groups of user's  parameters, MIDI/OUT, and MIDI/IN.
“The ControlTOUCH was designed to allow the user to focus on a musical instrument instead of a laptop.” Said Victor Wong, CEO, Music Computing, “This is something I  strongly believe is important to the creative process.”
Cross-platform: The ControlTOUCH is designed for use with Windows 7 or Mac OS X. Simply plug the USB cables into your laptop or desktop and the ControlTOUCH  is ready to go for Windows 7. For Mac OS X, just install the included touchscreen  driver and it too will be ready for immediate use. Once the drivers  have been installed into your laptops and desktops, you can connect the ControlTOUCH to either one without re-installing the drivers for a quick-change when necessary.
Thousands of Sounds: Included with each ControlTOUCH is  Music Computing's SonicSource™ Producer, a virtual synth (VSTi / AU)  containing over 3,000 sounds and equipped with three sample-playing layers, two multi-effect racks, and a library of multi-sampled instruments. The sample playing layers allow blending of waveforms and instruments into a wall of sound or alternatively, the  use of the three multi-timbral layers as a workstation. These layers can then be further processed through SonicSource’s powerful multi-effect  racks.

Over 8GB of modern and vintage sounds such as those produced by  legendary electric keyboards including the Rhodes electric pianos,  Hammond and Vox organs, Hohner clavinets, and Moog synthesizers are present as well as effects like tape based delay lines, rotating speaker cabinets, guitar distortion pedals, wah wah, phasing, and flanging are included. Additional sound libraries will be made available  from Music Computing in the near future.
Ground-Breaking Price: The ControlTOUCH comes  complete with the 10" touchscreen and is only $599 for the 25-key  version and $699 for the 61-key version. Add an audio interface and your  laptop or desktop and you're ready to rock!

For more information and to view products available for order and shipment, visit:
www.musiccomputing.com
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