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  • [Namm 2009] Nouveautés Open Labs

    La conférence de presse n'a pas encore eu lieu, mais il y a déjà un communiqué (incomplet) :

    Open Labs has announced that it will release the new "Gen5" series of NeKo and MiKo (portable) keyboard production stations. Based on the NeKo, the Gen5 models incorporate new features, highly sought after by today's artists, producers and engineers.

    Bump MP is a 17-pad drum module controller with software sequencer that brings MPC-like functionality to the NeKo and MiKo. Seamlessly integrated, the combination provides flexibility and usability in a single, coherent instrument with "never before seen technologies" like One-Touch-Beat-Making. Included with Bump MP, is the first in the Master's Series sound library, exclusive to Open Labs. Featuring the latest sounds from renowned platinum producer Denaun Porter (a.k.a Mr. Porter), Bump MP allows the user to create compelling beats using the most relevant sounds today.

    Riff is an entirely new virtual instrument (VST) host developed from the ground up by Open Labs, encompassing over six years of live performance experience gathered from major touring acts such as: Morris Hayes (Prince), Jessie Carmichael (Maroon 5), Jonathan Davis (Korn), Rickey Pageot (Madonna), Keith Emerson, Charlie Steinberg (father of VST) and many others. Its advanced features include: Live Controls, which allows the user to create any number of virtual controls in real-time that can be mapped to various effects and other parameters. Advanced intelligence allows any number of virtual controllers to control any number of other virtual controllers to provide automation for virtual instruments and effects. Rewire allows for this powerful host application to be used within any DAW program.

    These and many other products, along with our Open Labs' new KARMA, will be on display at booth #5900 and via Open Labs' live webcast at: www.openlabs.com

    Kawai MP10
    Akai Advance 61 - Roland A800-Pro - Novation 25SL MkII - Behringer FCB-1010 - M-Audio Uno
    guitare WSL White beauty
    Hohner Melodica Fire
    Adam A5 - AKG K-702 - RME Fireface UCX - RØDE NT1-A
    Sonar Platinum
    Komplete 9, Scarbee Pre-Bass, Soundiron Emotional Piano, Overloud TH2, Overloud Mark Studio 1, AAS Ultra Analog VA-2, Sample Tank 2.5 L, Sonik Synth 2, Jamstix 3 Studio, Sonic Reality Drum Masters, Nomad Factory Integral Studio Pack III ...

  • #2
    Envoyé par X-dark Voir le message
    La conférence de presse n'a pas encore eu lieu, mais il y a déjà un communiqué (incomplet) :

    Open Labs has announced that it will release the new "Gen5" series of NeKo and MiKo (portable) keyboard production stations. Based on the NeKo, the Gen5 models incorporate new features, highly sought after by today's artists, producers and engineers.

    Bump MP is a 17-pad drum module controller with software sequencer that brings MPC-like functionality to the NeKo and MiKo. Seamlessly integrated, the combination provides flexibility and usability in a single, coherent instrument with "never before seen technologies" like One-Touch-Beat-Making. Included with Bump MP, is the first in the Master's Series sound library, exclusive to Open Labs. Featuring the latest sounds from renowned platinum producer Denaun Porter (a.k.a Mr. Porter), Bump MP allows the user to create compelling beats using the most relevant sounds today.

    Riff is an entirely new virtual instrument (VST) host developed from the ground up by Open Labs, encompassing over six years of live performance experience gathered from major touring acts such as: Morris Hayes (Prince), Jessie Carmichael (Maroon 5), Jonathan Davis (Korn), Rickey Pageot (Madonna), Keith Emerson, Charlie Steinberg (father of VST) and many others. Its advanced features include: Live Controls, which allows the user to create any number of virtual controls in real-time that can be mapped to various effects and other parameters. Advanced intelligence allows any number of virtual controllers to control any number of other virtual controllers to provide automation for virtual instruments and effects. Rewire allows for this powerful host application to be used within any DAW program.

    These and many other products, along with our Open Labs' new KARMA, will be on display at booth #5900 and via Open Labs' live webcast at: www.openlabs.com
    Merci X-Dark la dernière phrase m'intrigue, je me demande si il y a un rapport avec la nouveauté KARMA prévue sur le site Karma-lab ? :shock:

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    • #3
      Je l'avais également remarquée mais je voyais plus ça comme une nouvelle image de la marque. Wait & see ...

      Kawai MP10
      Akai Advance 61 - Roland A800-Pro - Novation 25SL MkII - Behringer FCB-1010 - M-Audio Uno
      guitare WSL White beauty
      Hohner Melodica Fire
      Adam A5 - AKG K-702 - RME Fireface UCX - RØDE NT1-A
      Sonar Platinum
      Komplete 9, Scarbee Pre-Bass, Soundiron Emotional Piano, Overloud TH2, Overloud Mark Studio 1, AAS Ultra Analog VA-2, Sample Tank 2.5 L, Sonik Synth 2, Jamstix 3 Studio, Sonic Reality Drum Masters, Nomad Factory Integral Studio Pack III ...

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      • #4
        En effet, rien n'empêcherait Karma Labs de se lier avec d'autres constructeurs que Korg
        Hello, World!

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        • #5
          Envoyé par alchemist Voir le message
          En effet, rien n'empêcherait Karma Labs de se lier avec d'autres constructeurs que Korg
          Tu étais au courant ?

          Bon allez, les nouveautés Open Labs du plus petit au plus grand :

          MiKo LXD



          The Gen5 MiKo LXD is the latest addition to the Open Labs® products line. Using a 15” touch-screen, 37 black and white keys, external backlit QWERTY keyboard and running Windows® OS, MiKo LXD is an entirely new class of portable music instrument. This portable media work center was specifically designed for the electronic musician, music producer and today’s digital lifestyle.

          MiKo LXD’s optimized Windows OS natively supports virtually any music application or plug-in developed for a PC. From Pro Tools™ to Nuendo™, Native Instruments™ Komplete™ to Spectrasonics™ Omnisphere™, MiKo LXD does it all with ease.

          MiKo LXD is equipped with the new Bump MP™ integrated drum module, designed to allow the user to create beats and trigger any sound, loop or sample in real-time. Enhanced with a special Open Labs version of Guru™ from FXpansion™, key features of the Bump MP include: (16 plus 1) fully assignable pads, note repeat, max level, fixed level fader, transport controls, chromatic mode, hold, pad tune, multiple groove preset and eight engines with 24 presets per engine.

          MiKo LXD is also equipped with the new Open Labs Mix/Edit controller. The mixer section consists of multiple fully assignable controls including: (8) encoders, (8) lighted buttons, (8) faders, (4 X 4) banks (total of 128 channels) and (1) master volume fader. The edit section consists of multiple, fully assignable controls including: (8) encoders, (1) LCD display (for encoders), (4) buttons and (4) banks (total of 32 control parameters).

          MiKo LXD has the most relevant and compelling sounds including: Open Labs The Master’s Series Library™ produced by multi-platinum producer Mr. Porter (Denaun Porter), as well as Open Labs’ own V5™ sound, sample and loop library.

          Open Labs Riff™ is an entirely new concept in virtual instrument hosting. Written from the ground up by Open Labs, Riff encompasses over six years of live performance and studio production knowledge gathered from some of the world’s top artists, engineers, composers, and producers. Its advanced features include: Live Controls™, which allows the user to create any number of virtual controls in real-time that can be mapped to various effects and other parameters. Advanced intelligence allows any number of virtual controllers to manipulate any number of other virtual controllers, providing automation for virtual instruments and effects. Rewire allows for this powerful host application to be used within any DAW program.

          The MiKo offers superior mobility in a compact package. It’s perfect for working in a project studio of performing live – where creating beats, guitar and vocal multi-tracking, and DJ/VJ capabilities are as necessary as playing a keyboard.

          The MiKo’s assignable Master and DJ controllers elevate live performance beyond normal application. For instance, you can trigger Mp3’s in real time, then grab audio waveforms via the touchscreen. To top things off, throw some real-time drum, bass, and vocal lines on top of your mix.

          Open Labs instruments are equipped with Firewire, USB, PCI EXPRESS and an Ethernet port, allowing access to the Internet via a broadband connection. Open Labs tech support can log-in to your system, and our online technicians can remotely view and diagnose any issue – while you are still in your own studio.

          We’ve included over 200 world-class virtual instruments and effects with over 20,000 presets with virtually unlimited capability for third party plug-ins and applications.

          MiKo LXD Dimensions: 34"(L) X 19"(W) X 7"(H) Weight (base configuration) 38.8 lbs.

          $4,599
          Dernière modification par X-dark, 15 janvier 2009, 23h23.

          Kawai MP10
          Akai Advance 61 - Roland A800-Pro - Novation 25SL MkII - Behringer FCB-1010 - M-Audio Uno
          guitare WSL White beauty
          Hohner Melodica Fire
          Adam A5 - AKG K-702 - RME Fireface UCX - RØDE NT1-A
          Sonar Platinum
          Komplete 9, Scarbee Pre-Bass, Soundiron Emotional Piano, Overloud TH2, Overloud Mark Studio 1, AAS Ultra Analog VA-2, Sample Tank 2.5 L, Sonik Synth 2, Jamstix 3 Studio, Sonic Reality Drum Masters, Nomad Factory Integral Studio Pack III ...

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          • #6
            NeKo LX5



            The Gen5 NeKo LX5 is the latest addition to the Open Labs® products line. Using a 15” touchscreen, 61 black and white keys, external backlit QWERTY keyboard and running Windows® OS, NeKo LX5 is an entirely new class of multimedia instrument. This portable media work center was specifically designed with keyboard playability, fusing both worlds of studio engineering and live performance effortlessly.

            NeKo LX5’s optimized Windows OS natively supports virtually any music application or plug-in developed for a PC. From Pro Tools™ to Nuendo™, Native Instruments™ Komplete™ to Spectrasonics™ Omnisphere™, NeKo LX5 does it all with ease.

            NeKo LX5 is equipped with the new Bump MP™ integrated drum module, designed to allow the user to create beats and trigger any sound, loop or sample in real-time. Enhanced with a special Open Labs version of Guru™ from FXpansion™, key features of the Bump MP include: (16 plus 1) fully assignable pads, note repeat, max level, fixed level fader, transport controls, chromatic mode, hold, pad tune, multiple groove preset and eight engines with 24 presets per engine.

            NeKo LX5 is also equipped with the new Open Labs Mix/Edit controller. The mixer section consists of multiple fully assignable controls including: (8) encoders, (8) lighted buttons, (8) faders, (4 X 4) banks (total of 128 channels) and (1) master volume fader. The edit section consists of multiple, fully assignable controls including: (8) encoders, (1) LCD display (for encoders), (4) buttons and (4) banks (total of 32 control parameters).

            NeKo LX5 has the most relevant and compelling sounds including: Open Labs The Master’s Series Library™ produced by multi-platinum producer Mr. Porter (Denaun Porter), as well as Open Labs’ own V5™ sound, sample and loop library.

            Open Labs Riff™ is an entirely new concept in virtual instrument hosting. Written from the ground up by Open Labs, Riff encompasses over six years of live performance and studio production knowledge gathered from some of the world's top artists, engineers, composers, and producers. It’s advanced features include: Live Controls™, which allows the user to create any number of virtual controls in real-time that can be mapped to various effects and other parameters. Advanced intelligence allows any number of virtual controllers to manipulate any number of other virtual controllers, providing automation for virtual instruments and effects. Rewire allows for this powerful host application to be used within any DAW program.

            The NeKo offers superior mobility in a compact package. It’s perfect for working in a project studio of performing live – where creating beats, guitar and vocal multi-tracking, and DJ/VJ capabilities are as necessary as playing a keyboard.

            The NeKo’s assignable Master and DJ controllers elevate live performance beyond normal application. For instance, you can trigger Mp3’s in real time, then grab audio waveforms via the touchscreen. To top things off, throw some real-time drum, bass, and vocal lines on top of your mix.

            Open Labs instruments are equipped with Firewire, USB, PCI EXPRESS and an Ethernet port, allowing access to the Internet via a broadband connection. Open Labs tech support can log-in to your system, and our online technicians can remotely view and diagnose any issue – while you are still in your own studio.

            We’ve included over 200 world-class virtual instruments and effects with over 20,000 presets with virtually unlimited capability for third party plug-ins and applications.

            NeKo LX5 Dimensions: 46”(W) X 20”(D) X 7”(H), Weight (base configuration) 46 lbs.

            $5,499

            Kawai MP10
            Akai Advance 61 - Roland A800-Pro - Novation 25SL MkII - Behringer FCB-1010 - M-Audio Uno
            guitare WSL White beauty
            Hohner Melodica Fire
            Adam A5 - AKG K-702 - RME Fireface UCX - RØDE NT1-A
            Sonar Platinum
            Komplete 9, Scarbee Pre-Bass, Soundiron Emotional Piano, Overloud TH2, Overloud Mark Studio 1, AAS Ultra Analog VA-2, Sample Tank 2.5 L, Sonik Synth 2, Jamstix 3 Studio, Sonic Reality Drum Masters, Nomad Factory Integral Studio Pack III ...

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            • #7
              NeKo XXL



              The Gen5 NeKo XXL is the latest addition to the Open Labs® products line. Using a 15” touchscreen, 61 black and white keys, external backlit QWERTY keyboard and running Windows® OS, NeKo XXL is an entirely new class of multimedia instrument. This portable media work center was specifically designed with keyboard playability, fusing both worlds of studio engineering and live performance effortlessly.

              NeKo XXL’s optimized Windows OS natively supports virtually any music application or plug-in developed for a PC. From Pro Tools™ to Nuendo™, Native Instruments™ Komplete™ to Spectrasonics™ Omnisphere™, NeKo XXL does it all with ease.

              NeKo XXL is equipped with the new Bump MP™ integrated drum module, designed to allow the user to create beats and trigger any sound, loop or sample in real-time. Enhanced with a special Open Labs version of Guru™ from FXpansion™, key features of the Bump MP include: (16 plus 1) fully assignable pads, note repeat, max level, fixed level fader, transport controls, chromatic mode, hold, pad tune, multiple groove preset and eight engines with 24 presets per engine.

              NeKo XXL is also equipped with the new Open Labs Mix/Edit controller. The mixer section consists of multiple fully assignable controls including: (8) encoders, (8) lighted buttons, (8) faders, (4 X 4) banks (total of 128 channels) and (1) master volume fader. The edit section consists of multiple, fully assignable controls including: (8) encoders, (1) LCD display (for encoders), (4) buttons and (4) banks (total of 32 control parameters).

              Exclusive to NeKo XXL is the redesigned, fully mappable Alpha II Panel™, which allows the user to control any parameter they desire, and two Phantom powered preamps in addition to the eight I/Os. For the first time ever, a full version of the multiple award winning Ableton Live 7 is also included with the NeKo XXL.

              NeKo XXL has the most relevant and compelling sounds including: Open Labs The Master’s Series Library™ produced by multi-platinum producer Mr. Porter (Denaun Porter), as well as Open Labs’ own V5™ sound, sample and loop library.

              Open Labs Riff™ is an entirely new concept in virtual instrument hosting. Written from the ground up by Open Labs, Riff encompasses over six years of live performance and studio production knowledge gathered from some of the world's top artists, engineers, composers, and producers. It’s advanced features include: Live Controls™, which allows the user to create any number of virtual controls in real-time that can be mapped to various effects and other parameters. Advanced intelligence allows any number of virtual controllers to manipulate any number of other virtual controllers, providing automation for virtual instruments and effects. Rewire allows for this powerful host application to be used within any DAW program.

              The NeKo’s assignable Master and DJ controllers elevate live performance beyond normal application. For instance, you can trigger Mp3’s in real time, then grab audio waveforms via the touchscreen. To top things off, throw some real-time drum, bass, and vocal lines on top of your mix.

              Open Labs instruments are equipped with Firewire, USB, PCI EXPRESS and an Ethernet port, allowing access to the Internet via a broadband connection. Open Labs tech support can log-in to your system, and our online technicians can remotely view and diagnose any issue – while you are still in your own studio.

              We’ve included over 200 world-class virtual instruments and effects, with thousands of presets, with virtually unlimited capability for third party plug-ins and applications.

              NeKo XXL Dimensions: 46”(W) X 20”(D) X 7”(H), Weight (base configuration) 46 lbs.

              $6,899

              Kawai MP10
              Akai Advance 61 - Roland A800-Pro - Novation 25SL MkII - Behringer FCB-1010 - M-Audio Uno
              guitare WSL White beauty
              Hohner Melodica Fire
              Adam A5 - AKG K-702 - RME Fireface UCX - RØDE NT1-A
              Sonar Platinum
              Komplete 9, Scarbee Pre-Bass, Soundiron Emotional Piano, Overloud TH2, Overloud Mark Studio 1, AAS Ultra Analog VA-2, Sample Tank 2.5 L, Sonik Synth 2, Jamstix 3 Studio, Sonic Reality Drum Masters, Nomad Factory Integral Studio Pack III ...

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              • #8
                Pas mal mais certainement hors de prix :?

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                • #9
                  Envoyé par eikyô Voir le message
                  Pas mal mais certainement hors de prix :?
                  oui. Je viens d'éditer pour rajouter les prix.
                  Les specs et la liste des logiciels sont dispo sur le site d'Open Labs

                  Kawai MP10
                  Akai Advance 61 - Roland A800-Pro - Novation 25SL MkII - Behringer FCB-1010 - M-Audio Uno
                  guitare WSL White beauty
                  Hohner Melodica Fire
                  Adam A5 - AKG K-702 - RME Fireface UCX - RØDE NT1-A
                  Sonar Platinum
                  Komplete 9, Scarbee Pre-Bass, Soundiron Emotional Piano, Overloud TH2, Overloud Mark Studio 1, AAS Ultra Analog VA-2, Sample Tank 2.5 L, Sonik Synth 2, Jamstix 3 Studio, Sonic Reality Drum Masters, Nomad Factory Integral Studio Pack III ...

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                  • #10
                    Envoyé par X-dark Voir le message
                    oui. Je viens d'éditer pour rajouter les prix.
                    Les specs et la liste des logiciels sont dispo sur le site d'Open Labs
                    Merci bon ben ça sera pas pour mes modestes moyens :?

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                    • #11
                      Une bien belle machine dans les spéc' ça c'est sûr, mais je trouve le design plutôt laid....:?
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                      Enceintes
                      YAMAHA MSP5 / Casque AKG K701


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                      • #12
                        rien que pour ça, ils auraient pu baisser leur prix quand mème:dents
                        "J’éprouve l’émotion la plus forte devant le mystère de la vie" A.E.

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                        • #13
                          Merci X-Dark pour ces infos !

                          Pas pour moi ces claviers là... et même s'il en faut pour tous les goûts et que le design est très subjectif, je plussoie Twinton, je ne les trouve pas très réussis niveau look... ce sont vraiment des tanks !
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                          RME Fireface 802 - Dell XPS 15 (Windows 10 x64) / Cubase 12 / VST Live / Camelot Pro / Plugs...
                          Ibanez Electro Acoustique / Fender Precision Bass / Fender Strat

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                          • #14
                            Non, je n'étais pas au courant, mais vu que Karma-Labs est une société indépendante de Korg, rien ne les empêche de bosser pour d'autres marques

                            Excellente nouvelle !

                            Et voilà pourquoi il n'y a toujours pas de "KARMA MIDI" : ils prèfèrent se lier à des synthés
                            Hello, World!

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                            • #15
                              Envoyé par twinton Voir le message
                              Une bien belle machine dans les spéc' ça c'est sûr, mais je trouve le design plutôt laid....:?

                              Je préfère largement le design de l'OASYS :D

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