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Re: help finding a Peavey PC1600X

Yes, the LaunchPad still is $199US from the factory direct sales on the Emu
web site, that's why I bought one, a lot cheaper than the local retail

But I am going to buy a Peavey PC1600x as well!


>Last time I was at Emu, they were blowing out the LaunchPad at $199 (i
>think...?).  Check the "Factory Store" at their website...
>Jim Lanpheer
>Simon wrote:
>> >Don't know the Kenton Electronics One.
>> Check it at...
>> http://www.kenton.co.uk/
>> >I thought that the Launchpad was
>> >meant to be a companion to the EMU Dance synths and not a general 
>> >MIDI controller.
>> I think that the LaunchPad was originally intended as a controller for 
>> Emu Orbit sound module, but all controls on the LaunchPad are 
>> I'm using the LaunchPad with an Emu E6400 sampler. It can be used with
>> other MIDI gear as well, as most (if not all) sliders and buttons on the
>> LaunchPad can be assigned to whatever MIDI controller numbers you 
>> - 4 assignable sliders, plus assignable expression pedal input.
>> - Pitch wheel and Modulation (assignable) slider.
>> - One octave velocity sensitive 'drum pad' keyboard (+5 ocatave, -4 
>> transposition range).
>> - Assignable trigger/transport control buttons.
>> - MIDI clock output.
>> - MIDI machine control.
>> - MIDI merge the MIDI input with LauchPad MIDI data.
>> + more.
>> Simon
>> Canberra