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ARTURIA Analog Experience-THE PLAYER MIDI Controller

by Arturia

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  • Includes Analog Player with 1000 synths sounds
  • All presets are carefully selected from the Arturia Classic Synths (minimoog V, Moog Modular V, CS-80V, ARP 2600 V, Prophet V, Prophet VS and Jupiter-8V). These TAE powered sounds offer unparalleled audio quality.
  • Straight forward Editing, with the most essential parameters for personalizing presets: (Filter and LFO sections, ADSR envelope),
  • Keyboard : 25 keys with velocity
  • Controllers : 1 clickable encoder, 4 encoders, 1 modulation Joystick, 7 switches
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 17.4 x 4 x 10.3 inches ; 1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 9.8 pounds
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
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  • ASIN: B003YJ8HPY
  • Item model number: Analog Experience-THE PLAYER
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (11 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #28,413 in Musical Instruments (See Top 100 in Musical Instruments)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: August 5, 2010

Product Description

Analog Experience-THE PLAYER is the smallest, most lightweight and simple version of the series. It features a compact MIDI keyboard controller and light version of Analog factory software. This makes for a very easy-to-use and affordable package, including the very best of Arturia's signature sounds and a dedicated quality keyboard perfect for the mobile musician.


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It has real wood side panels and old-school analog knobs, and it is very clean and slightly retro looking.
M@
Nobody makes good 25 key controllers because there is no money in it, this has been the best i have found, i love mine.
Just Jonny
I am reviewing this solely from the perspective of a MIDI controller--this thing is a pile of junk in that regard.
Dylan

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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By M@ on August 15, 2012
When I ran across the Arturia Analog Experience "The Player", I was absolutely enamoured with the look of the MIDI controller. I was shopping strictly for a controller that would be tough but portable enough to use on DJ gigs, and whether or not it makes logical sense, appearance is important. Most of the controllers I found were, well, ugly. Black blobs of plastic with no real visual appeal. But this...this was something different. It has real wood side panels and old-school analog knobs, and it is very clean and slightly retro looking.

I had no interest in the software that is actually the product being sold here. Don't get me wrong, I love synths, but I like synths I can touch, tweak, and mess with. Nothing (besides the sound, I guess) of software synths appeal to me. In fact, I haven't even taken the software out of the shrinkwrap and will probably just resell it eventually. What I was taken with was the controller. What a beauty!

However, I was kind of nervous. I watched reviews on YouTube, read comparisons, user reviews, etc. etc. and was just as confused when I finished as when I started. There seemed to be three camps. The first is those who are amazed by the actual product, the software synths. The second is those who say the controller is a rock-solid, beast of an instrument, and the thirds is those who say it is a cheaply made piece of junk. How could both be right?

As it turns out, both the "rock solid" and the "cheap junk" crowds both have valid points which I will attempt to clarify now that I have use this controller for a few days and my impressions are still fresh on my mind.

First of all, it is gorgeous. There's nothing else out there like it, at least not in the sub-grand price range, much less for under $200.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Dylan on February 29, 2012
I am reviewing this solely from the perspective of a MIDI controller--this thing is a pile of junk in that regard. First off, it doesn't include a power adapter--this is ENRAGING. You also can't find it anywhere online. Thanks Arturia. That may not be a big deal to you if you are never planning on using this in a live setting with real synths, but my next point is: this keyboard is really, really poorly made. Within a few minutes of playing it, things started snapping off--first came the knobs, then the joystick, then just about everything else. Check out your local Guitar Center--you'll see that these keyboards are mostly missing their knobs, etc. Really bogus!
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Just Jonny on November 11, 2012
Ok, right off the bat, if you have one, go down to Walmart, or whatever outlet store you have, buy super glue GEL, not the watery stuff, GEL (you'll thank me later). Glue the joystick, and all knobs, be careful to put them on correctly, the stuff dries fast. Take the keyboard down to radioshack, but a adapter with 12V ac 0.5 amps, make sure the end fits and matches the polarity (negative outside, positive inside), DONE...

Ok, now i'm sure your wondering why do all this? Honestly, this is the best feeling small controller i have EVER used. Its a shame they don't sell it by itself. It looks hot, and the keys are super solid and springy. Yes, it has quirks, but so does every other damn 25 key controller out there. If your wanting a good controller for something like a slim phatty, this one is aesthetically as appealing as your gonna find. Nobody makes good 25 key controllers because there is no money in it, this has been the best i have found, i love mine.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By djim reynolds on December 21, 2012
i'm not going to write about the player itself, as my experience is very limited with it so far... i've only owned it for a few days and it is functioning as it should and the software works perfectly. i bought this as a midi controller, as well as for the additional synth sounds, but mostly as a midi controller for the beginnings of a modular system i am building. i wanted the controller to function as a standalone unit, rather than being tethered to the computer, as i don't always use a computer to work on projects (difficult as that may be to believe).

as has been mentioned here and in a number of other places on the web, this does not come supplied with a power supply, as arturia seemingly assumes that most people will utilize it with the usb power from a computer. fortunately, it has a dc receptacle, which is powered by a 12VDC 500mA supply, which you must purchase separately, and not through Arturia, but most likely through Radio Shack or somewhere else. The problem is that in purchasing an AC-DC converter power supply, they now do not come with the connector installed, nor in standard sizes, so you must also be aware of what size tip you need to attach to the receptacle on both the converter and into your keyboard controller.

nowhere on the Arturia website or in the manual, nor anywhere else on the web could i find info on what size tip is needed for this... i bought the correct supply, but didn't see the small print on the box that said "ask the retail associate to help you find the correct tip for your device". so i left the store with the item only to get home and find that there was no tip. looking on the box, it says on the front that the tip is included, but reading the side of the box says that it's free, but you need to choose which size you need...
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