Novation Announces Launch Control XL [Video]

Novation recently announced a new product to sit along side the Launchpad Control S to bring users an even more complete experience when teamed up with the Ableton Live software. The new Launch Control XL is like the missing piece to the Novation/Abelton lineup as it contains the eight faders, 24 knobs and 16 multicolored buttons to seamlessy integrate into the Abelton Live mixing section.
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Novation recently announced a new product to sit along side the Launchpad Control S to bring users an even more complete experience when teamed up with the Ableton Live software. The new Launch Control XL is like the missing piece to the Novation/Abelton lineup as it contains the eight faders, 24 knobs and 16 multicolored buttons to seamlessy integrate into the Abelton Live mixing section. When the Launchpad Control and the Control XL are sitting side-by-side, they actually mimic almost everything seen on-screen in the software.

The Launch Control XL will be available next month (August 2014) for the low price of $199. Check out the

website

and press release below for even more information...

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