It's designed to control multiple software and hardware devices simultaneously.
The Keystep Pro combines elements from the company's widely used Keystep and Beatstep sequencers, allowing you to simultaneously send melodic and rhythmic sequences to software, hardware and Eurorack instruments.
It centres on four polyphonic sequencer tracks running up to 64-steps and a 37-key MIDI keyboard supporting velocity and aftertouch. With two MIDI outs, four CV, gate and mod outputs, clocks and eight drum triggers, the Keystep Pro could function as the hub for a live performance or studio. Check out the full feature set on the Arturia website.
It's out March 20th for $449.
Watch a promo video for the Keystep Pro.