IndySteve Posted December 19, 2013 Share Posted December 19, 2013 Arturia recently replaced its Analog Experience range of controllers with the Keylab series. The controllers are very similar-looking. The Analog Experience controllers have 4 (drum) pads. The Keylab controllers have 16. That's about the only difference that I see. The software was revised. The older series touted more than 3500 sounds, the new Keylabs advertise 5000 sounds. Here's my question: is it better to get the older series on close-out or pay more for the newer one? I'm primarily looking for a 49 note controller to replace my old M-Audio Oxygen. I'd like to have aftertouch & sliders. I already have Arturia's CS-80V and like it. Come out with your hands up! I have a synthesizer, and I'm not afraid to use it. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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