Enter The Arturia KeyLab Essential 61 & Pigments 4 Giveaway From Beat Magazine

BEAT, together with Tomeso are giving away a KeyLab Essential 61 controller keyboard including a huge software package as the main prize, and places 2-4 won’t go empty-handed either, because we’re giving away a Pigments 4 licence each.

KeyLab Essential is more than just a compact USB MIDI keyboard. Thanks to the successful integration into the Analog Lab software, which is included as a full version, you get a great hybrid synth that is hardly inferior to real hardware. In addition, there is extensive DAW control, which makes the KeyLab Essential an ideal control centre in the project studio.

The full version of the Analog Lab software is included. Analog Lab virtually recreates numerous legendary instruments from Minimoog to B3 to Synclavier. Over 5,000 presets are available and the most important parameters can be changed.

Places 2-4 win an Arturia Pigments 4

Arturia‘s flagship had previously left almost nothing to be desired, even though the new filters and effects are, of course, very welcome and Pigments is even more broadly positioned as a result. The improvements in design and workflow make the sound generators much more accessible. In combination with the strongly expanded presets, Pigments is also interesting for all those who enjoy the sound possibilities alone and do not want to tinker with the sounds down to the smallest detail.

Take part now and win

With the current Beat Giveaway you have the chance to win an Arturia KeyLab Essential 61 and three licences of Pigments 4 until the end of March 2023.

We wish you good luck!

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