Kurzweil K2700 Synthesizer Workstation

 

Kurzweil has officially introduced the K2700 synthesizer workstation.

 

Kurzweil goes beyond the K2 workstations with the mighty K2700. Is there anything it does not do?

 

The new K2700 is an evolution of Kurzweil’s popular K2 series workstations, and appears to pack a whole lot of functionality into its considerable frame.

 

The K2700 features an 88-note fully-weighted keyboard with aftertouch, along with a 4×4 bank of velocity-sensitive pad triggers, nine sliders, nine knobs and 10 buttons. There is a built-in ribbon controller and widescreen colour display, along with a 16-track internal sequencer, 4.5GB of factory sounds – more than 1,500 factory programs, 700 multi combinations and 13 instrument categories – and 3.5GB of user sample memory. With 256 notes of polyphony, is more than five times that of the previous K2 series model.

 

Powered by an expanded version of the V.A.S.T. (Variable Architecture Synthesis Technology) engine that made its debut in the K2 series, the K2700 offers virtual analogue and FM synthesis, along with organs, pianos and more. Variable Architecture Synthesis Technology (V.A.S.T.) has for decades been recognized as one of the most powerful and flexible platforms for synthesis.

 

The new K2700 has a built-in USB audio interface – you plug in line, instrument and mic sources via the XLR combo inputs. There are balanced audio outputs, and you can also plug in a class-compliant MIDI controller.

 

The Kurzweil K2700 released date and price are still to be confirmed. You can find further details on the Kurzweil website.

 

 

 

 


1 Comment so far »

  1. admin said

    am January 21 2021 @ 6:54 pm

    The K2700 takes V.A.S.T. and the K2 series to a new level, offering 5 times the polyphony, gigabytes of sample capacity, FM synthesis, VA synthesis, 32-layers per program, sequencing and more.

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