Open labs SoundSlate
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Introducing Open Labs' SoundSlate™, the ultimate virtual instrument player and hardware DAW for your keyboard workstation or MIDI controller, contained in a sexy 1U rackmountable case.
SoundSlate™ redefines music production and performance by incorporating Open Labs' music operating environment including the critically acclaimed virtual instrument host Riff™, 8000+ of sounds and effects, a robust audio i/o, and a powerful computer core running Windows XP into a 1U-ultra compact case that packs a punch.
Professional music production for the price of a laptop. Ultra-high performance 24-bit/ 192kHz A/D converters (same as Pro Tools™ HD 192 I/O interface). Make music right out of the box with 8000+ preset sounds and effects. Includes Cubase LE, Sonar LE, LIVE LE and much more!
Open up your closed systems with Open Labs Soundslate. Turn your traditional keyboard workstation into an open system. Run any VST and get more for less out of your gear using Open Labs' Riff (VST hosting software). SoundSlate is the last hardware sound module you will ever buy!
Pro Tools™ VST Coprocessor
Add processing power to your Pro Tools™ Rig. Play any VST with ease. Elegant integration with rackmount form factor and Controller II touchscreen. Get more PRO with your Pro Tools™ using SoundSlate!
Make Your Workstation "OPEN"
Open Labs Riff™ is the new standard in VST hosting. Split, layer and chain VSTs in any configuration you desire. Your workstation never sounded this good.
Own Every Sound
MimiK™ (optional) keyboard cloning software will clone the sounds of any midi equipped keyboard or hardware sound module. Put all your keyboards in SoundSlate.
Open Labs instruments are equipped with an Ethernet port, allowing access to the Internet via a broadband connection. Open Labs tech support can log-in to your system, and our online technicians can remotely view and diagnose any issue – while you are still in your own studio.
SoundSlate Dimensions: 19”(W) X 12”(D) X 1U(H)