Monday, 30 January 2012
KDJ-ONE GameBoy Style Mobile Music Workstation
This the 2012 NAMM Show, CyberStep introduced the KDJ-One GameBoy style mobile music workstation.
The KDJ-ONE is a mobile audio workstation with synthesizer, sequencer, and audio capabilities.
Compact size and battery allow it to be carried and used anywhere.
WLAN support enables quick and wireless integration into any existing production environment.
Multi-touch screen, keypad, and jog dial.
ACIDized WAV support allows time stretching/pitch shifting of audio clips.
Internal synthesizer can also be accessed via external software as a VSTi.
The KDJ-One is priced at $799 without WIFI or $829. Which seems pretty high, but none of our gear came with a sonic vibrator, either.
CPU - Intel ATOM E640 1.0GHz
Display - 5.0 inch WVGA (800×480) with Multi-Touch Panel
Main Memory -512MBytes
SSD - 4.0GBytes
External Storage - microSD, USB Memory
Battery - Lithium ion battery 2000mAh x 2
Connection - USB 2.0 host x 2, slave x 1, wireless LAN
Audio I/O - Mic/Line in, Line out, Built-in mic
Speaker - 0.5W (0.25W+0.25W Stereo) 120Hz – 20,000Hz, QW Body Sonic Vibrator
Max. Polyphony - 64 voices
Waveform Memory - 14 MB (Extendable)
Waveform - 240 Types (Multi-Layered)
Oscillator - 2 Units 10 algorithms
Filter - 7 Types
Modulator - 4 Units, 10 Algorithms (Correspondence to Step Modulator)
Num. of Programs - Preset: 200 Voices, 100 Drum Kits, 100 Audio Clips
Max. Audio Volume - 1GB Per Project
Effects - 20 Types, 2 Systems for Each Track, and Master Effect
Tracks / Pattern - 6
Patterns / Song Play - 4
Resolution - 384tick / Quarter Note
Tempo - 40 – 400
Recording Mode - Loop (Real Time) Recording, Step Recording
Score Editing Mode - Piano Roll
Pattern Length - 999 Measures
Song Length - 9,999 Measures
Number of Patterns - 999 Per Project
Number of Songs - 99 Per Project
Data / PC Link
Read - WAV (ACID Format), OggVorbis
Write - WAV (ACID Format), OggVorbis, SMF
DAW Plug-in - VST-i, Audio Unit
OS - Windows XP/Vista/7, Mac OS X 10.5 or later