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Thursday, September 4, 2014

iRig Keys with Lightning

iRig Keys with Lightning 

iRig KeysThe iRig KEYS with Lightning is the first ultra-slim and highly portable universal MIDI controller keyboard for iPhone, iPod touch, iPad and Mac/PC. iRig KEYS with Lightning connects directly to the iOS device's Lightning connector, 30-pin connector, or the USB port on your Mac/PC. It features 37 velocity-sensitive mini-keys a full 3-octave range plus one note takes up minimal space on your desktop and can easily fit in a backpack or a carry-on bag.


iRig KEYS with Lightning is MIDI and USB class compliant for a true plug-and-play experience both with iOS devices or Mac/PC. No additional apps, software or drivers are necessary to get it up and running. For total mobility, iRig KEYS with Lightning is also an ultra-low power consumption unit.

When hooked up to an iPhone/iPod touch/iPad, it can be powered by the device, and for longer playing sessions it can be powered by the available USB port. When connected to a Mac/PC, the USB port powers it.

iRig KEYS with Lightning is the ultimate portable companion for keyboard players and producers. Use it any time and anywhere inspiration strikes you, simply hook it up to your device or computer and start playing. You can use iRig KEYS with Lightning for live performance, for songwriting and composition with the included apps and software, or with a multitude of other MIDI-compatible instruments and recorders on any iOS, MacOS or Windows system.

iRig KEYS with Lightning includes Lightning, 30-pin, and USB cables, allowing you to start playing right out of the box, on any iOS device, including the latest Lightning-equipped models, as well as legacy models that use the 30-pin format. The USB cable lets you connect to any Mac or PC.  

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