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  • n. Pressure sensitivity on an electronic synthesizer, allowing the musician to change the tone or sound of a note after it is struck.
  • n. A touch (feature or characteristic) added finally or as an afterthought.


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after +‎ touch


  • Mine had a *very* noisy A#5 key (mechanical click), no aftertouch (as advertised on many-a-sites), and the general feel of the keys is nowhere near those of my standard ReMOTE 49.

    Novation Remote LE: Another nice controller

  • They're great value - 46 semi-weighted keys with aftertouch for $199, up to 88 fully-weighted keys for $549, all in a metal shell with plenty of controllers, including proper sequencer transport controls.

    Big cheap aluminium master keyboard from China

  • It also doesn't seem to support velocity or aftertouch.

    Roll-up MIDI keyboard

  • · Responds to channel aftertouch, Mod-Wheel (speaker speed), Pitchbend

    Softpedia - Windows - All

  • There is no shortage of modulation sources either with three LFOs, three EGs, velocity, aftertouch, mod wheel, pitch bend, and keyboard track.

    Softpedia - Windows - All

  • · Note On/Off (with support for note repeating, aftertouch and pitch bend).

    Softpedia - Windows - All

  • All other parameters are unaffected by n0t0miz0r (timing, velocity, note length, aftertouch etc. will be passed through untouched).

    KVR News: Top Stories

  • · Performance section with routing options for velocity, mod wheel and aftertouch messages

    Softpedia - Windows - All

  • • A tried and tested, stage-ready 37-note keybed with aftertouch, bus power from USB, a

    MacMusic - News

  • Programmable MIDI CC control implementation with MIDI Learn lets you control it all from your MIDI controller and there's dynamic keyboard control including filter aftertouch.

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