•Dual pitch/mod controller setup (wheels and lever)
•4 MIDI out ports for 64 MIDI channels of control
•2 MIDI in ports for using another MIDI source or control surface
•VE card slot for onboard sound
•Selectable velocity curves
•Control for eight zones (4 external and 4 internal, or 8 external sound source zones)
•Independent velocity curves for each zone
•Dedicated Sequencer Control section
•Ability to solo one or more specific zones
The A-70 onboard plug-in board accepts the VE series of cards, such as the VE-RD1 piano module, VE-JV1 JV synth module, VE-GS general sound module and the VE-GSPro enhanced GM sound module (an SC-88pro on a card).
There are 64 performance memory locations which can be chained and stepped through with a pedal controller, and although this may seem like only a handful, this is more than adequate for even the most demanding stage performance.
The A-70 can have as many as 8 external keyboard "zones", or if you utilize any of the optional plug-in boards, 4 internal and 4 external zones. These zones either split for single voicing or overlap for layering, and you double-tap any of the zone buttons to solo that zone which is a lot more useful than you might think, especially in a layer situation controlling external modules in a rack -- saves a lot of reaching and fiddling with the modules or the mixer.
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