Kenton Announces Pro CV To MIDI Convertor
By HC News |
Kenton announces Pro CV to MIDI convertor
Capture the output of any analogue instrument – synth, sequencer, Eurorack module or Theremin – and convert it to MIDI.
Price: £136.92. Available: Now
Kenton Electronics has announced the immediate availability of Pro CV to MIDI, a unit that takes any analogue control voltage (CV) signal – pitch, pitchbend, modulation, etc – and converts it to MIDI. Pro CV to MIDI will appeal particularly to modular synth fans, but it's compatible with any CV-equipped instrument, from your classic synth or analogue sequencer to your Theremin. Use it to trigger a digital synth with an analogue keyboard, for example, or control a MIDI module with that Theremin.
PRO CV to MIDI is a high-specification, fully configurable control voltage-to-MIDI converter that tracks pitch control voltages with incredible accuracy. It supports the industry standard Volt/Octave system, the 1.2V/Octave system used by EML and Buchla, and the Hz/Volt system used by Korg and Yamaha. The unit also features pitchbend, modulation and non-quantised continuous tracking, and two user-assignable auxiliary CV inputs.
Pro CV to MIDI boasts a super fast response time, and Kenton’s famous build quality makes it a robust solution for any studio. The high-spec 16-bit A-to-D convertor enables rock steady pitch conversion, and the unit houses controls for selecting MIDI channel, CV scaling system, or V-trig/S-trig gate types. Other features include auto tune, adjustable fine tune, transpose (up to +/-24 semitones), adjustable pitchbend range (up to +/-48 semitones), and clock-to-MIDI conversion. Rear panel connections comprise CV/Gate and Aux inputs on 3.5mm mono jack sockets, and a MIDI Out port. The non-volatile EEPROM memory does away with the need for a backup battery, and a plug top power supply is included.
PRO CV to MIDI is available now for £136.92 inc VAT (£114.10 ex VAT)
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About Kenton Electronics
Kenton has been producing high quality, award-wining convertors, MIDI controllers, wireless MIDI systems, retrofits, spares and accessories for over three decades. “People often ask where the name Kenton came from,” says the company's founder John Price. “My father Wylie Price was a bandleader in the 30s, 40s & 50s and was a big fan of Stan Kenton, so when I was born, I was given Kenton as my middle name."