QuNeo is the most expressive and programmable pad controller available to electronic musicians, DJs, VJs and DIYers. Now with MPE support (using the free QuNeo MPE App), QuNeo maps instantly to your favorite MPE software and hardware, bringing creativity to your fingertips. QuNeo supports standard note on/off and velocity messages, and each of the 27 pads, sliders and rotary sensors are also pressure, velocity, and location sensitive. Even the 17 switches are pressure sensitive.
16 square pads provide 127 levels of velocity, X-Y location, and continuous pressure. Two rotary encoders allow you to scrub, trigger, stretch, pinch and play phrases and sound files, manipulate continuous controllers and more. Nine touch sensitive sliders can be mapped to fader and effects controls, and the long horizontal slider uses multi-touch to let you select a length between two fingers to set stereo locations or filter resonances.
Tapping a slider can mute or toggle any track or function. Switches are located in smart groupings to select samples, fader banks, and transport controls. More advanced users and programmers can use the development kit and API to create their own code to respond to QuNeo's sensor data. QuNeo supports USB MIDI and is compatible with both Windows and MacOS, and can control external MIDI hardware using the KMI MIDI Expander (sold separately).
Keith McMillen Instruments QuNeo Controller Red Features
- 4x4 MPE Pad Controller
- 16 touch-sensitive pads detect velocity, pressure, and x-y position
- 9 pressure-sensitive sliders mappable to note on and CC messages
- Long horizontal slider supports multi-touch for width-based parameter control
- 2 pressure sensitive rotary encoders mappable to direction or increment/decrement
- Supports MPE using the free QuNeo MPE Application
- Advanced configuration using the QuNeo Editor and Development SDK
- Compatible with MacOS and Windows
- New RED ultra-durable ABS-Polycarbonate enclosure
- USB MIDI in/out
- MIDI DIN in and out using the optional KMI MIDI Expander (sold separately)