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QuNexus is a vividly illuminated keyboard that is both fun for beginners and a must have for modern musicians.
QuNexus is a vividly illuminated keyboard that is both fun for beginners and a must have for modern musicians.
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    1. Leoo on May 31, 2013

      All I can say
      Awesome.keyboard
      Got it on a QQQQQQQunesday

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      David Elliott on May 19, 2013

      My package arrived on Friday. It looks great! I'll try it out this week.

    3. Patrick McMaster on May 5, 2013

      Hi Keith - Just wondering if there's an update in the works - not trying to pile on any undue pressure/rush, more a reflection of the excitement the QuNexus is generating :)

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      David Elliott on April 1, 2013

      I got mine today! Yay!

      (OK, so I didn't - April Fools!)

    5. Leoo on November 30, 2012

      thanks
      keithMAC
      for the technology
      THAT ALIENS HAVE
      and your inventions
      you are sure a legend{IN MY BOOK}
      keep it up.

    6. Keith McMillen Instruments 4-time creator on November 10, 2012

      Hi Craig - Thanks for backing us again. Mail me offline re NAMM.

      - Keith

    7. Craig Dunn
      Superbacker
      on November 9, 2012

      No NAMM pass pledge tier this year? ;-)

    8. Charles Alvis on November 6, 2012

      Great project, I am on board.

    9. Lorne Hammond on November 4, 2012

      Keith: A basic undeditable 8/16 step monopohonic 3 cv sequencer would be an elegant and heavily used feature. Record/play, no edits. That and midi to cv, cv to midi would make it a killer highly used product.
      Unbelievable if it was banked in flash under each key in a select mode.

    10. Jeremy Alvis on November 3, 2012

      Awesome! I was thinking that it would be really nice if they could connect to each other somehow so that they would move together (ie. when you are playing, they don't rotate). Any plans for anything along those lines? Either them connecting directly or fitting in a base that can be connected to other bases, etc.

    11. Keith McMillen Instruments 4-time creator on November 2, 2012

      Hello Jeremy, you can use up to 7 QuNexus' at one time.
      - Jon

    12. Jeremy Alvis on November 2, 2012

      There should definitely be an option to daisy chain these together in order to make a longer keyboard for more complex recordings/live shows, etc.

    13. Keith McMillen Instruments 4-time creator on November 2, 2012

      QuNexus is a controller so no internal sequencer.
      We have most of the description and editor in fair shape. Give us a few more weeks to get this published.
      -Keith

    14. Weatherhouse on November 1, 2012

      Hi all! I'm very excited for this thing. Couple of questions:

      * Can the step-seq mode work without a computer, outputting CV and/or Gate? I could see this being a great little sequencer for modular synths, even if the only output was rhythmic gate pulses (for easily morphable clock/triggers).

      * Is there a preliminary manual or even a product requirements document (properly sanitized, 'natch) that we can check out for workflow details? If not, need any help writing one? I'm a tech writer, mostly doing audio/MI products.

    15. Nicholas Natale on November 1, 2012

      Ahh I hope I can do "Tom Sawyer" from Rush on here! :D

    16. Keith McMillen Instruments 4-time creator on November 1, 2012

      Hello Aaron, we really appreciate that you want to get 2. It wasn't an oversight, we're just trying to keep things more simple this time for order processing, shipping, etc. Being a small company, we don't want to get over our head in fulfillment.

      Thanks,

      Jon

    17. Aaron Levitz
      Superbacker
      on November 1, 2012

      I'd like to up my Pledge to a reward level that includes two QuNexus controllers, but there doesn't appear to be one (as there was for QuNeo). Was this an oversight, or a chance in policy?