If your existing pedalboard has magnets on the ends of the keys, you may be able to convert the pedalboard into a MIDI device. The MIDI Key Scan Computer converts key-switch information from a single keyboard or pedalboard to MIDI data with Key-switches wired in an 8x8 array (with diodes). With a MIDI-merge function built-in, various MIDI devices may be chained together.
- 1 MKSC-4a 64 note (8x8) Matrix Keyscanner board with swell-shoe input
- 32 key reed-switch harness
- 2 spare reed switch boards
- 12 pin swell shoe connector harness (for 3 swell shoes)
- 9v 500mA power supply
- 10' MIDI cable
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WHERE ART AND TECHNOLOGY MEET
Classic MIDIWorks is an online retail store that offers top of the line hardware/software for those aiming to put together a Virtual Pipe Organ powered by Hauptwerk. If you are looking to putting together a system from scratch or adding MIDI to an existing organ, then you have come to the right place!
WHAT MAKES US DIFFERENT?
All our hardware is modular. This means that instead of simply offering x models with an x number of manuals, shoes, toe studs, etc... you can select what you'd like and we can help you put together the organ that YOU WANT. Our knowledgeable staff is happy to help you every step of the way from start to finish. We pride ourselves in great customer support and ensuring that you get to playing your Hauptwerk Organ as fast as possible.
THE MODERN ORGANIST'S PRACTICE ORGAN
A MIDI Works system is both cost and space efficient, fitting in almost any space. Paired with good speakers and/or headphones, it is the ideal practice organ. Regardless if you are a professional or hobbyist organist, you can enjoy playing from the comfort of your own space whenever you want.
AN INNOVATIVE TOOL TO TEACH AND LEARN
The virtual pipe organ is an instructor's best friend. Students can have the freedom to play particular pieces on particular organs. In just a matter of seconds, students can be playing on a French organ one minute, then an English or German organ the next!