Kurzweil KM88 88-Key USB/MIDI Keyboard Controller
Take control of your rig with Kurzweil KM88, a desktop-driven 4-zone MIDI controller with 88 fully weighted keys and host of assignable hardware controls and pedal inputs.
88-note RPHA keybed
Express yourself on 88 fully weighted Real Piano Hammer-Action keys. Tailor the output response to best suit your sound source and playing style via 7 selectable key velocity maps.
Create custom split and layer combinations with up to 4 independent zones, each with its own controller assignments. Store each configuration as its own Multi for easy recall.
Navigate through your user Multis via programmable front panel switches.
Create chords of up to 8 notes each that can be triggered from any single key on the keyboard.
Pitch and modulation control are available on an assignable X/Y joystick.
Programmable front panel controls
A programmable slider and six buttons permit custom controls such as volume, transposition, multi switching, zone muting and more.
MIDI Machine Control support
Assign front panel buttons to MMC play/stop commands and remotely control your DAW transport.
KM88 offers two switch pedal and one continuous controller pedal input, all user-programmable.
Create custom Multi combinations comprised of up to 4 zones, program change, key range and controller mapping.
Expand your control with KM88's host of virtual controllers: 9 sliders, 9 knobs and 9 switches per zone.
Cross-platform compatibility for macOS and Windows.
|Included from Manufacturer||Music rest
|Number of Keys||88|
|Weighted Keys||Hammer Weighted|
|Key Action||Kurzweil RPHA Real Piano Hammer-Action keybed with 7 selectable key velocity maps|
|Onboard Controllers||Assignable pitch/modulation joystick
6 × assignable buttons
|Control Connections||2 × assignable 1/4" footswitch inputs
Assignable continuous control expression pedal input
|MIDI Control Zones||4|
|Product Weight||45 lb|
Kurzweil Limited Warranty
This product has been manufactured by Kurzweil and is warranted free from defects in materials or workmanship for the period of one year from the date of purchase by the original owner.