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WERSI announced their new OAX-1 keyboard to the world at the WERSI Hochrhein factory yesterday. The special launch is at a two day festival taking place in the south of Germany, at the organ and keyboard manufacturers production facility and showroom managed by Karlheinz and Birgit Hack.
WERSI star organist Brett Wales performed on the new Pergamon OAX1000 'Ice Lady Edition' organ as well as the new OAX-1 keyboard.
The new keyboard features a number of new innovations from WERSI, as well as being future proofed over the development life of the OpenArt Xtended series.
The OAX-1 will open up new musical possibilities, such as the ability to have up to 16 sounds available at anyone time across the Right Hand, Left Hand and Pedals.
New keyboard features include:
13.3 TFT Multi-Gesture Touch Display
A 76 note luxury keyboard from Fatar (TP8).
9 Real Drawbars for the upper and 7 Real Drawbars for the lower.
Featuring, the OX7 2 and the WERSI VB3.
Realdrums, Digital Drum Kits.
The new Sonic / OAX Sound Library.
One Touch Settings.
Easy Play functions.
Massive VST Host - newly designed for OAX 1.30 software.
Style Editor with Realdrum / Audio Style Creator.
Sheet Music On Display with 400 titles and ability to import your own sheet music.
Professional Studio Effects.
6 SFX Buttons - Weight: 24kg.
Internal Speakers included (two tweeters and two mid / bass speakers built into the cabinet).
An optional 13 or 17 note pedal board can be connected to the OAX-1 keyboard.
A WERSI volume / expression pedal with programmable switches can be connected to the OAX-1 keyboard. Available in Pearl White or Metallic Black.
The new OAX-1 Keyboard will be available to pre-order at the WERSI Direct Oktoberfest 2016 at a special discounted price exclusive to Oktoberfest customers. General Sale will commence thereafter.
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