Keyfadr

€99
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Technical Data

  • Number of presets: 2
  • Note keys: 25 (velocity sensitive)
  • Dials: 32
  • Inputs/outputs: 1 mini USB port
  • Capacity: < 100 mA, 5V DC via USB
  • Weight: 920 g
  • Dimensions: 320 x 29 x 220 mm
  • Incl. Ableton Live 9 Lite (value upgrade opportunity)

Features

  • Combines the most useful functions for music production into one device
  • Keyboard: 25 mini keys with 9 playable octaves
  • Control section: 8 channel faders with endless encoders (pan), including 2 control knobs, (send/return) and three backlit function buttons (mute, solo, rec)
  • Full integration and easy plug and play for Ableton Live 9
  • DAW transport controls (play, stop, rec, scene up/down, play/ stop clips, overdub, set marker, marker left/right, cycle, tap, metronome)
  • On board arpeggiator with multiple modes and internal/external MIDI clock
  • Chord feature: Easily play the most common chords in this versatile mode
  • Scale mode: Choose from four different scales and always hit the right key
  • Shift button for second layer control and choose between two performance scenes
  • Fully USB powered controller requires no external power source
  • Support for Ableton Live, Fruity Loops and Bitwig Studio
  • Free and extensive MIDI Editor for individual configurations available in the download section (Win Version)
Although there are many similar products on the market, there are seemingly none that offer such a wide range of controls in such a useful format. [...] Reloop that have really nailed the combination of features necessary for anyone who wants to start making music.
"[...] The Reloop Keypad and Reloop Keyfadr perfectly integrate with Ableton Live, and offer tools more suited to music creation than performance."

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Move your mouse over the buttons to see their function!
<h1>Shift/Scene</h1><p>Via Shift/Scene further 8 tracks will be assigned automatically.</p> <h1>REC</h1><p>Activates DAW recording. SHIFT + Rec (de-)activates the overdub function.</p> <h1>Stop</h1><p>Stops DAW playback/recording. SHIFT + Stop stops all clips.</p> <h1>Play</h1><p>Starts DAW playback. SHIFT + Play starts the current scene.</p> <h1>Reset</h1><p>By pressing the Reset Button, all functions will be deactivated.</p> <h1>Octave Plus</h1> <h1>Octave Minus</h1> <h1>Velocity</h1><p>When the Velocity button is pressed, all notes will be sent at maximum velocity (127), independent from their key-stroke. By pressing the velocity button again, this function will be deactivated. ARP: In order to determine the tempo press the VEL button rhythmically.</p> <h1>Sustain</h1><p>By pressing and holding the Sustain button -10-, the sustain MIDI command will be sent. Plug-ins that support this format will now let the played tone fade out slowly (similar to a sustain pedal of a piano).</p> <h1>Arpeggiator</h1><p>Activate the internal arpeggiator via the ARP button. To hold tones without pressing a key, activate Sustain.</p> <h1>CC and PC Input</h1><p>Besides notes, the pads can also send CC and PC data. In order to send CC, press C. In order to send PC, press Scene/Shift and CC. Depending on the selected preset, the control elements send CC or notes.</p> <h1>Chord Mode</h1><p>Press Scene/Shift + Chord to activate chord mode. When chord mode is activated, a whole chord will be played by pressing just one key.</p> <h1>Arp Mode</h1><p>To change the tones‘ sequence, hold shift and select an ARP mode -15- via the keyboard.</p> <h1>Arp Time</h1><p>To change the tones' rhythmical resolution, hold shift and select an ARP time via the keyboard.</p> <h1>Scale</h1><p>Press Scene/Shift + Scale to activate scale mode. There are 4 different modes at your disposal: major, minor, penta, blues. When scale mode is activated, only notes will be played that fi t the selected scale.</p> <h1>Transpose</h1><p>To transpose the keyboard by a halftone up or down, press Scene/Shift + Transpose Halftones. Repeat this step in order to transpose the keyboard by multiple halftones up or down.</p> <h1>PAN</h1><p>Regulates the PAN value for the respective channel</p> <h1>Send 2</h1><p>Regulates the respective send value for return 2.</p> <h1>Send 1</h1><p>Regulates the respective send value for return 1.</p> <h1>PAN</h1><p>Regulates the PAN value for the respective channel</p> <h1>Send 2</h1><p>Regulates the respective send value for return 2.</p> <h1>Send 1</h1><p>Regulates the respective send value for return 1.</p> <h1>PAN</h1><p>Regulates the PAN value for the respective channel</p> <h1>Send 2</h1><p>Regulates the respective send value for return 2.</p> <h1>Send 1</h1><p>Regulates the respective send value for return 1.</p> <h1>PAN</h1><p>Regulates the PAN value for the respective channel</p> <h1>Send 2</h1><p>Regulates the respective send value for return 2.</p> <h1>Send 1</h1><p>Regulates the respective send value for return 1.</p> <h1>PAN</h1><p>Regulates the PAN value for the respective channel</p> <h1>Send 2</h1><p>Regulates the respective send value for return 2.</p> <h1>Send 1</h1><p>Regulates the respective send value for return 1.</p> <h1>PAN</h1><p>Regulates the PAN value for the respective channel</p> <h1>Send 2</h1><p>Regulates the respective send value for return 2.</p> <h1>Send 1</h1><p>Regulates the respective send value for return 1.</p> <h1>PAN</h1><p>Regulates the PAN value for the respective channel</p> <h1>Send 2</h1><p>Regulates the respective send value for return 2.</p> <h1>Send 1</h1><p>Regulates the respective send value for return 1.</p> <h1>PAN</h1><p>Regulates the PAN value for the respective channel</p> <h1>Send 2</h1><p>Regulates the respective send value for return 2.</p> <h1>Send 1</h1><p>Regulates the respective send value for return 1.</p> <h1>Channel Rec + SHIFT</h1><p>SHIFT + Channel 8 Rec. Nudge+</p> <h1>Channel Rec + SHIFT</h1><p>SHIFT + Channel 7 Rec. Nudge-</p> <h1>Channel Rec + SHIFT</h1><p>SHIFT + Channel 6 Rec. (de)activates the metronome</p> <h1>Channel Rec + SHIFT</h1><p>SHIFT + Channel 5 Rec. DAW Tap</p> <h1>Channel Rec + SHIFT</h1><p>SHIFT + Channel 4 Rec. activates the global LOOP</p> <h1>Channel Rec + SHIFT</h1><p>SHIFT + Channel 3 Rec. jumps to the next marker</p> <h1>Channel Rec + SHIFT</h1><p>SHIFT + Channel 2 Rec. jumps to the previous marker</p> <h1>Channel Rec</h1><p>Enables the respective channel for recording.<br/>SHIFT + Channel 1 Rec. Sets a marker</p> <h1>Channel Solo</h1><p>Switches the respective channel to solo. SHIFT + Channel Solo stops the track/scene's clip.</p> <h1>Channel Solo</h1><p>Switches the respective channel to solo. SHIFT + Channel Solo stops the track/scene's clip.</p> <h1>Channel Solo</h1><p>Switches the respective channel to solo. SHIFT + Channel Solo stops the track/scene's clip.</p> <h1>Channel Solo</h1><p>Switches the respective channel to solo. SHIFT + Channel Solo stops the track/scene's clip.</p> <h1>Channel Solo</h1><p>Switches the respective channel to solo. SHIFT + Channel Solo stops the track/scene's clip.</p> <h1>Channel Solo</h1><p>Switches the respective channel to solo. SHIFT + Channel Solo stops the track/scene's clip.</p> <h1>Channel Solo</h1><p>Switches the respective channel to solo. SHIFT + Channel Solo stops the track/scene's clip.</p> <h1>Channel Solo</h1><p>Switches the respective channel to solo. SHIFT + Channel Solo stops the track/scene's clip.</p> <h1>Fader</h1><p>Via the fader you can adjust volume for the respective channel.</p> <h1>Fader</h1><p>Via the fader you can adjust volume for the respective channel.</p> <h1>Fader</h1><p>Via the fader you can adjust volume for the respective channel.</p> <h1>Fader</h1><p>Via the fader you can adjust volume for the respective channel.</p> <h1>Fader</h1><p>Via the fader you can adjust volume for the respective channel.</p> <h1>Fader</h1><p>Via the fader you can adjust volume for the respective channel.</p> <h1>Fader</h1><p>Via the fader you can adjust volume for the respective channel.</p> <h1>Channel On/Off</h1><p>Activates/deactivates a channel. SHIFT + Channel On/Off activates a track/scene's clip.</p> <h1>Channel On/Off</h1><p>Activates/deactivates a channel. SHIFT + Channel On/Off activates a track/scene's clip.</p> <h1>Channel On/Off</h1><p>Activates/deactivates a channel. SHIFT + Channel On/Off activates a track/scene's clip.</p> <h1>Channel On/Off</h1><p>Activates/deactivates a channel. SHIFT + Channel On/Off activates a track/scene's clip.</p> <h1>Channel On/Off</h1><p>Activates/deactivates a channel. SHIFT + Channel On/Off activates a track/scene's clip.</p> <h1>Channel On/Off</h1><p>Activates/deactivates a channel. SHIFT + Channel On/Off activates a track/scene's clip.</p> <h1>Channel On/Off</h1><p>Activates/deactivates a channel. SHIFT + Channel On/Off activates a track/scene's clip.</p> <h1>Channel On/Off</h1><p>Activates/deactivates a channel. SHIFT + Channel On/Off activates a track/scene's clip.</p> <h1>Fader</h1><p>Via the fader you can adjust volume for the respective channel.</p>

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