Support your music with a timeless style. Elegant for the living room, stylish for the stage, made with beautiful solid ash with cinnamon finish. This set of wooden legs securely attaches to KeyLab MkII’s or PolyBrute's chassis. Tried and tested for live shows, you can rest assured its sturdy structure will support your setup as you go wild for your audience. Dealing with an uneven surface? No problem. You can adjust each leg length thanks to its smart screw based mechanical system. You’ll only need 5 minutes to follow the simple instructions that come in the box.
The Wooden Legs gives KeyLab 88 MkII and PolyBrute that 70’s electric piano touch musicians love. Made of solid ash wood, the wooden legs will stand out and make your keyboard look gorgeous at home or on stage.
While a keyboard can always slip from a regular X stand, the wooden legs firmly hold a keyboard. For maximum stability, you can even adjust each legs’ length.
Founded in Grenoble (France) in 1999, ARTURIA specializes in the development of music software and hardware for both the professional and amateur musician. Focusing on innovation, the company strives to integrate the latest advances in music research and technology into their products.
This involves working closely with partner research institutions in the development of leading edge musical instruments and audio products, the results of which have gone on to been used in the making of numerous hit records and Hollywood sound tracks.
ARTURIA's primary strategy and competitive advantage lie mainly in their keen ability towards innovation. Due to its developments, ARTURIA has been the recipient of several prestigious awards in this domain.
Operating in 50 countries, the company has been growing very fast these last years.
Arturia entered the hardware synthesizer market in 2012 with the MiniBrute, a vintage-style 25-key monophonic analog synthesizer with one voltage controlled oscillator, two low-frequency oscillators, and a multimode Steiner-Parker filter.
The synthesizer was introduced at the 2012 NAMM Show. Despite pre-production uncertainty about sales, the MiniBrute sold well due to its low price point and expressive sound. In the following year, Arturia announced their next hardware synthesizer, the MicroBrute, a smaller and less expensive version of the MiniBrute with minikeys, a patch bank, and a sequencer.
Both synthesizers received critical acclaim. In January, 2018, they introduced MiniBrute 2. This semi-modular analog synth includes its own tiny patch bay that connects to Eurorack modular gear. They also introduced the MiniBrute 2S which swaps a traditional keyboard for performance pads and a sequencer, more powerful than the MiniBrute 2, that can be recorded in real time.
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