MESSE 2018: Studio Logic Numa Compact 2X Live Workstation

US Plenty of polyphony, piano and synths sounds, USB audio and more      11/04/18

We missed this at NAMM, but the Numa Compact 2X from Studio Logic looks like a pretty handy instrument for pianos, synths and the like. With 128 voices (minimum) split and layer, two dual effects engines, USB audio and MIDI plus an 88 Key keybed, its got a lot going on for the price.
Price 899 Euros

  • Sound generator
  • Max Polyphony 128 voices
  • 2 Parts: Lower + Upper
  • TrS (True Sound) Stereo multi-samples
  • 88 Sounds
  • 8 Acoustic Piano, 8 Electric Piano, 8 Keyboards, 12 Bass & Guitars, 12 Organs, 12 Synthesizers, 12 Orchestral, 16 Other sounds
  • Tone wheel Organ Model (from Numa Organ 2 experience)
  • Synth engine (from Sledge experience)
  • Factory & User sounds updatable thru Hi-Speed USB device*
  • *with a dedicated application available within Fall 2018
  • graphic_eq Effects / Processing
  • Up to 6 effects simultaneously: 2 FX on Lower + 2 FX on Upper + Reverb + Strings resonance
  • FX1: Drive, Chorus, Phaser, Flanger
  • FX2: Rotary, Tremolo, Pan Trem, Delay
  • REVERB: Room, Hall, Plate, Spring
  • Strings Resonance on all Piano sounds with level control

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