KeyLab 61 combines a professional-grade MIDI keyboard with our powerful Analog Lab software environment. With 61 keys, 2 banks of 10 encoders, 2 banks of 9 faders, 10 assignable switches and 16 velocity- and pressure-sensitive pads, KeyLab 61 is perfect for studio and live use. Perfectly matched to the included Analog Lab software, with an integrated user interface and 5000 sounds from our V-Collection line of products, KeyLab 61 is more than a controller: it is an instrument unto itself.

The Best Of
Synthesis Control

As a professional hybrid synthesizer, KeyLab 61 offers the immediacy of a hardware synthesizer combined with the flexibility of a software-based solution. The keyboard is entirely preassigned to work with the included Analog Lab software, giving you immediate and in-depth control over your sound. Change the filter cutoff, the resonance, adjust the 2 ADSR envelopes, and much more.

But the KeyLab 61 also acts as a Universal MIDI controller, compatible with any third-party software and hardware. MIDI Assignments can be customized for virtually any form of MIDI technology using the LED screen or the included MIDI Control Center software.

Press
Clippings

5000 Of The Finest
Analog Sounds

The included Analog Lab software offers 5000 legendary synthesizer sounds from Arturia’s vintage keyboard recreations. But Analog Lab goes further by integrating perfectly with KeyLab 61, resulting in an ergonomic interface for tweaking the presets. Owners of the full versions of the software instruments can edit the sounds in depth by accessing the entire synthesizer’s interface from within Analog Lab. Analog Lab also includes Multi patches. These allow you to play 2 synth sounds simultaneously, apply effects... Everything needed for inspiration and creativity is right there.

What a synergy!

Now bundled with Ableton Live Lite: an introduction to one of the most popular recording and performing platforms in the world. If you'd like to take a closer look at how KeyLab controls the features of Live, check out our handy guide.

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