CME UF50 Classic
CME UF50 Classic
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CME UF50 Classic: 30 facts and highlights

1. Has a MIDI-Out port

The MIDI-Out port is used for transmitting data.
CME UF50 Classic
74% have it

2. weight

8.2kg
Akai Professional LPK 25: 453g

3. volume

33779.32cm³
CME Xkey: 838.08cm³

4. number of buttons

The more buttons the device has, the more complex the input can be.
19
Novation SL MkII 61: 58

5. Has semi-weighted keys

Similar to a weighted action keys, but with less resistance and a slightly springier release, semi-weighted keys are popular with many players. If you don’t need realistic piano response, but also don’t care for spring-loaded synth actions, a semi-weighted keyboard might be ideal for you.
CME UF50 Classic
37% have it

6. Has velocity sensitive keys

Velocity sensitive keys are just spring loaded keys that sound out louder the harder you hit them. If you "lightly" press a key, the sound will be quiet; the harder you press, the louder it gets.
CME UF50 Classic
69% have it

7. number of faders

Faders can be either channel volume faders, pitch sliders, crossfaders or even EQs.
9
Nektar Panorama P6: 10

8. thickness

113mm
CME Xkey: 16mm

9. Is compatible with Mac OS X

It is compatible with Mac OS X devices such as MacBooks and iMacs.
CME UF50 Classic
99% have it

10. Is compatible with Windows

It is compatible with PCs and laptops running the Windows operating system.
CME UF50 Classic
99% have it

11. Has an input/connector for the sustain pedal

When pressed, the sustain pedal allows all notes to sound and “vibrate” freely. All notes played will continue to sound until the pedal is released. This is perfect when you need a sturdy and responsive control over sustain.
CME UF50 Classic
48% have it

12. Has a modulation wheel

The mod wheel is used to add expression, or to modulate (change) various elements of a sound or sample.
CME UF50 Classic
66% have it

13. Has backlit LED buttons

Buttons will light up when pressed, resulting in better visibility to users.
CME UF50 Classic
72% have it

14. The device is mappable

Users can map, set and regulate the entire midi controller giving different functionalities to all different buttons, knobs and faders. The device could be also set up with different softwares.
CME UF50 Classic
78% have it

16. Has aftertouch keyboard

The keyboard also respond to the amount of force applied after initial impact. On electronic keyboards and synthesizers, this pressure sensitivity is usually called aftertouch.
CME UF50 Classic
39% have it

17. Has a display

The device has an electronic display to present information to the user.
CME UF50 Classic
68% have it

18. Has a pitch wheel

The pitch wheel alters the pitch and timbre of a sound in real-time. It can give fine tuning control from fractions of a semi-tone to huge multi-octave pitch swings.
CME UF50 Classic
66% have it

19. Has a transport control section

The transport controls are used to control playback, set the position of the playhead, start recording, activate the cycle region, or to move to the project start or end.
CME UF50 Classic
57% have it

20. Has a bank selector button

The button is used to select independent banks of continuous controllers. Effectively, this allows you to control more independent parameters with the knobs, faders and buttons. The bank selector button is used to switch among the available banks.
CME UF50 Classic
38% have it

21. Has transpose button

Transpose button move automatically your keyboard notes up or down tones (raise or lower the pitch by a number of semitones).
CME UF50 Classic
44% have it

22. MIDI device works and communicates via USB

Devices can communicate in both directions with each other without any additional MIDI interface. The biggest advantage is that the USB connection can be used for everything; power supply, MIDI-in and MIDI-out. This means you need less cables.
CME UF50 Classic

23. width

859mm
Akai SynthStation25: 310mm

24. height

348mm
Akai Professional LPK 25: 97mm

25. Has octave buttons

The octave buttons are used to shift the keyboard up or down in one octave increments. This extends the range of the keyboard in either direction, which lets you play notes that lie outside the number of keys available.
CME UF50 Classic

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