Control Session Keys From A Mobile Device

e-instruments introduces iOS and Android wireless control for Session Keys instruments      10/10/16

Control Session Keys From A Mobile Device


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e-instruments have announced they are offering users of their Session Keys instruments a free download enabling them to control all the key features directly from mobile devices. Here's the story in their own words...

To benefit from this extension to the remarkable live functionality of the Session Keys series, users will simply need to download the free layouts for iPad, iPhone or Android to have immediate intuitive performance control at their fingertips.

The Session Keys TouchOSC layouts link wirelessly to functions including the Pentamorph, Smart Chord and Animator, enabling users to access them and make changes on the go as they would from the instrument itself.

Quick to install and with a clean simple interface, the added flexibility and portability makes it an unmissable bonus for any Session Keys musician.

The free download includes:

  • iPad optimized TouchOSC Layout for Session Keys Grand
  • iPad optimized TouchOSC Layout for Session Keys Electric
  • Universal iPhone optimized TouchOSC Layout for Session Keys


Links and Download

Session Keys TouchOSC Layouts

About e-instruments
Based in Hamburg, Germany, e-instruments creates innovative, easy-to-use virtual instruments so musicians can focus on what's most important – the music. Other products include the highly successful Session Horns (Pro), Session Strings (Pro) and Session Keys Grand instruments. The company's mission is to combine acoustic accuracy, outstanding sound quality and an intuitive user interface in developing virtual instruments for all musicians and genres, and to capture the clarity, warmth, and soul of real instruments for real musicians.

Pricing and Availability:
Free

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