Studio Logic

Studio Logic Numa Piano $1499.00

Studio _logic _numa Piano
Utilizing Studiologics unique TrS True Sound stereo multi-sampled technology and applied with an advanced floating point digital processing system, the Numa Piano sounds have a warm and pure analog quality. Weighing in at a slender 22lbs, the Numa Piano is gig ready and easy to transport. The legendary Fatar weighted hammer action keyboard can be customized to the musicians own playing style by pressing the Fatar Touch button on the front panel. The Fatar Touch technology samples the players velocity styles and stores them in 10 different Velocity Curves for use while performing with the Numa Piano. Studiologic also provides 3 commonly used Velocity Curves. Additional features include splits and layers along with 128-voices.



Studio Logic Numa Organ $1999.00

 Studio _logic _numaorgan
The Numa Organ represents Studiologic's dedication to providing musicians with superior MIDI keyboard controllers designed for expressive performance, and featuring industry-standard Fatar keybeds. The Numa Organ master MIDI controller combines physical modeling of 12 electromechanical organs with complete control provided by 9 drawbars, rotary/modulation wheel, and chorus/vibrato knob. It also has built-in effects and a keybed with 61 waterfall keys (great for slides) that can be switched from fixed velocity in organ mode, to dynamic mode for expressive playing when used as a MIDI controller for other instrument sounds. Wheels/rotary - presetThe Numa Organ has both pitch and modulation (MIDI out) wheels. The mod wheel can control rotary speed (slow/fast), plus the Numa organ has a switch that brakes and turns off the rotary effect.



Studio Logic Sledge ($$$ COMING SOON)

 Studio _logic _sledge
For many synthesizer enthusiasts, it is the particular interaction of the sound engine and user interface that makes a great instrument. A quick look at Sledge shows you the generous set of controls available to interact directly with the sound engine. When you touch the knobs and switches of the front panel, you will instantly be aware of the meticulous attention to detail our engineers have refined, during many decades building the best electronic keyboards.

You will experience the logical set-up of the synthesizer modules, mirroring the signal flow of a classic analogue synthesizer. But what really distinguishes any synthesizer is its sound. Fortunately, our friends at Waldorf Music have happily shared their experience and know-how on this crucial part of the Sledge Synthesizer.



© 2016 RetroLinear, Inc. All rights reserved.


401 Elm Ave, North Wales, PA 19454
Phone: 215-699-8000 | Fax: 215-699-8100
info@retrolinear.com