MiniLab MkII is a high quality, feature-packed controller which gives you hands-on access to the sounds in your virtual studio. Breathe new life into your sounds by playing, tweaking, tapping and twisting its rugged controls. This powerful controller also comes with several critically acclaimed software titles that will have you creating professional recordings in no time. Analog Lab Lite lets you perform using hundreds of legendary synth, piano, organ & string machine sounds. Ableton Live Lite lets you record, arrange, and cultivate your musical ideas into a finished product. UVI Grand is a recreation of the Steinway Model D piano. For a limited time, 3 additional plugins for free, MiniV, Stage73V and RevPlate140.
The perfect creative companion
Don’t let the MiniLab MkII’s compact form factor fool you. It’s powerful, hands-on and unrivalled in quality, built to streamline your creative process. Portable, yet fully featured. Lightweight but rugged. MiniLab MkII is the new go-to small controller for producers in the know.
MiniLab MkII’s portable, versatible, and USB-powered design makes it the ideal keyboard for playing anywhere, from busking to your compact touring rig.
Control VSTs like Analog Lab Intro, trigger your favorite samples and drum loops, and record expressive automation – all with a single controller.
Use MiniLab MkII’s creative software bundle alongside its assignable controls to refine and experiment with your mix, whatever your style.
Portable, powerful, practical
Not only will you save time thanks to MiniLab MkII’s simple, all-encompassing feature set – you’ll save space too.
You might have limited room in your home studio setup. Or perhaps you need a portable solution that you can easily slip into a rucksack. MiniLab MkII is among the most compact controllers of its kind. Add bus-powered functionality to the mix, and you can get creative no matter where you find yourself.
25 note velocity-sensitive slim keyboard
2 banks of 8 high quality velocity & pressure sensitive pads with RGB backlighting
16 rotary encoders (2 of them are clickable)
2 capacitive touch sensors for pitch bend and modulation wheel