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    Hmmm... it is me or those midi keyboards are mad expensive? Also, what happens if you already Komplete? I dont think NI will be selling these without software...
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    I think they're going to be quite different from other MIDI keyboards though with all the (i'm speculating here) functions. That said, way too expensive.
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    I take it there’s money in controller huh?

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    I take it there’s money in controllers huh?

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    Bulk of the cost will be from Komplete itself, not the keyboard. Standalone prices ought to be much cheaper to be competitive.

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    One interesting thing I notice, besides the knobs that apparently map to soft synth controls, is the color LEDs on the keys. This looks like it corresponds to the special Kontakt instruments (session strings, George Duke, etc).. Allowing you to see where the patch changes without looking at the screen. Interesting. Clearly looking to continue to make the user experience better if you use NI plug ins.

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