New Pro Tools Custom Keyboards Available

US Colour coded, labeled keyboards make life easier      11/05/06

These things pre-date control surfaces by several years and to many are more useful, with specially labeled and colour coded keys, they give direct access to primary Pro Tools transport and editing functions - these should get you working faster. Pro Tools Custom Keyboards use the same symbols and color coding system as the keyboards on the ICON D-Controlâ„¢ worksurface surfaces while retaining all the conventional alphanumeric labels that appear on standard computer keyboards. Both the Windows and Mac keyboards provide plug-and-play USB connectivity and offer a fresh new look at a lower price than ever before. The Windows keyboard also supports a PS-2 connection for maximum compatibility.
    Features
  • Text and icons for Pro Tools key commands in addition to standard alphanumeric keyboard lettering
  • Windows-based keyboard comes with PS-2 connection cord and USB adapter for easy connection via either method
  • Mac-based keyboard is based on the Apple Mac G5 Pro Keyboard, and has two USB ports and USB connection cord
All three versions of Pro Tools software share most of the same key commands. However, Pro Tools LEâ„¢ and Pro Tools M-Poweredâ„¢ users should be aware that some key commands are available in Pro Tools HD software only. The DV Toolkitâ„¢ 2 option for Pro Tools LE systems includes some of the key commands that are not normally available with Pro Tools LE software. The MSRP of the Pro Tools Custom Keyboard is $119.00 US for the Mac version, and $105.00 US for the Windows version.
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