Have Everything You Need At Your Fingertips With The Novation Launchpad X MIDI Pad
Launchpad X is the essential 64-pad MIDI grid controller for Ableton Live. It gives you everything you need to make music. Launch, play, and perform your sounds and build your tracks using the large, super-sensitive RGB pads, dynamic note and scale modes, and mixer controls.
Launchpad X gives you everything you need right at your fingertips so you can spend less time clicking a mouse and more time making music. Never worry about being out of key Dynamic Note and Scale modes let you easily play perfectly in-key basslines, melodies, chords, and leads. Novation most responsive velocity-sensitive pads with polyphonic aftertouch let you play your instruments dynamically and expressively. Step back from the screen, get hands-on, and dive into your tracks.
- Ableton Live Lite: quickly organize and arrange your sounds and start making tracks with this staple electronic music-making software.
- Two months Splice Sounds membership: offering millions of high-quality, royalty-free one-shots, loops, and presets, with new releases daily.
- AAS Session Bundle: Three synths for music makers, providing essential sounds for your tracks.
- XLN Addictive Keys: Access one of four virtual keyboards when you register your first piece of Novation hardware.
- Klevgrand R0Verb and DAW Cassette: High-quality reverb and tape deck emulation plug-ins, to add some space or take your sound back to the golden age of cassette tapes.
- Softube Time and Tone bundle: made up of four of Softube's world-class plug-ins reverb, delay, and easy to use mastering tool and distortion.
- Sound Collective: bringing Novation hardware owners a new free plug-in every couple of months
- Launchpad X
- USB-C to USB-A
Warranty: See manufacturer website for details
Listing ID: NA93646
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