Akai APC mini

  • Ultra-portable all-in-one Ableton Live controller
  • Seamlessly integrates 1 to 1 with Ableton Live
  • 8x8 clip matrix with tri-color lighting displays current clip status
  • 8 assignable faders + 1 master fader
Item no.: AK102422

Akai MPD226

  • 16 Thick Fat RGB illuminated velocity and MPC pads
  • 64 assignable pads accessible via 4 banks
  • 4 assignable faders, Q-Link knobs, Q-Link buttons
  • 36 assignable controls accessible via 3 banks
    Item no.: AK103355

    Akai MPX16

    • Record and play back stereo .
    • WAV samples using any SD card (sold separately)
    • 16 velocity-sensitive MPC-style backlit pads
    • Filter, tune, envelope, and choke grouping
    • Pro-quality sampling and playback
    Item no.: AK102424

    Pioneer RMX-1000

    • Controller for VST/AU/RTAS
    • Scene FX
    • Isolator FX
    • X-Pad with Pitch control
    Item no.: RMX-1000


  • Ethernet link port
  • USB Type-A ports
  • USB Type-B port
  • SD card slot
  • power adapter input
  • Item no.: AK106367

    Akai MPD218

    • 16 Thick Fat backlit MPC pads
    • 48 assignable pads accessible via 3 banks
    • 18 assignable 360-dgree potentiometers accessible via 3 banks
    • MPC Note Repeat and Full Level
    Item no.: AK103356

    Akai MPD232

    • 64-part, 32-step sequencer to control pad events
    • 16 Thick Fat RGB illuminated velocity and MPC pads
    • 64 assignable pads accessible via 4 banks
    • 8 assignable faders, Q-Link knobs, Q-Link buttons
      Item no.: AK103354

      Akai MPK261

      • 61 semi-weighted, full-size keys with aftertouch
      • 16 RGB-illuminated MPC-style pads
      • 24 assignable Q-Link controllers
      • USB-MIDI with 5-pin MIDI input and output


      Item no.: AK102341

      Alesis PercPad

      • The most compact, most-affordable multi-pad instrument
      • Built-in library of the most in-demand sounds
      • Four velocity-sensitive pads
      • Midi Output
      Item no.: AL100799

      Pioneer TORAIT-SQUID Multitrack Sequencer

    • Width: 374.8 mm
    • Height: 223.9 mm
    • Depth: 72.1 mm
    • Weight: 1.9 kg
    • Item no.: SQUID
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      An important part of electro music is the groovebox. This device enables you to create unique musical sequences and edit them in real time.

      It consists of at least one of these sound sources: a drum machine, a synthesizer or a sampler. A sampler is able to play pre-recorded sounds in different pitches. A synthesizer on the other hand is a kind of electronic instrument which creates sound via sound synthesis. A drum machine has been developed to imitate the distinctive sound of percussion instruments, such as drums.

      Another essential part is the sequencer. In contrast to a synthesizer, the sequencer makes it possible to control virtual instruments over a computer software. It also differentiates between the different pitches of a track.

      Grooveboxes have become very popular in the last couple of years. This has had the effect that many bands, independent of their genre, integrated them into their live-performances. Their steady built and small size also makes them suited perfectly for being on the road.