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Spin Doctor Joins Kenton's Line of MIDI Controllers

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November 19, 2002 -- A new Kenton product is on the horizon. Spin Doctor is an entry level MIDI controller, designed not only to appeal to the newcomer but also to anyone wanting to add knobs to their setup. The on-board editing facilities are less comprehensive than those of the Kenton Control Freaks, but Spin Doctor is fully-programmable using the software editor or with a Control Freak. The unit is also compatible with the wide range of Control Freak profiles available from Kenton's website, including those which incorporate SysEx data. This means that Spin Doctor is capable of in-depth control of hardware modules as well as software applications.

Features & Specifications:

  • 16 fully programmable knobs
  • 25 program memories (compatible with Control Freak profiles)
  • 1 programmable function key
  • 1 edit key
  • Data entry knob
  • MIDI In / Out sockets
  • Soft Thru - automatically merges data from MIDI In
  • 4 character LED display with scrolling text
  • Intuitive, easy-to-use user interface
  • Pre-programmed with popular profiles to get you started
  • Hundreds of additional profiles available for free download
  • Software editor available
  • Controllers assignable from the front panel
  • Can send Controllers, NRPNs, SysEx, Program changes, Notes and much more
  • Supplied complete with power adaptor (UK, Eur, US)
  • Rugged metal construction
  • Dimensions 242mm x 120mm x 50mm

Spin Doctor will retail for 124.98 pounds Sterling inc. VAT (106.37 ex- VAT) and is available end of November 2002.

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