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Novation ReMOTE 25 — 25-key keyboard & knobs MIDI controllers
First announced in 2001 as a dedicated MIDI controller for Propellerhead Reason[1] ("Re" stand for "Reason"), and after two and five months, in summer of 2003, it was finally released as a generic 'keyboard-plus-knobs' MIDI controller device.[2]


Programmer is the person in a musical ensemble performs the function of controlling instruments, accessories etc. via MIDI. This control works like this:

  • In The MIDI output of a pedal, for example, is connected to the MIDI Out output of a MIDI controller keyboard;
  • The keyboard MIDI controller is connected via USB on a laptop;
  • With software, you can exchange the patches (effects) of the pedal.

A programmer example is the Craig Jones of Slipknot.


  • Novation to Make Controller for Reason. Harmony Central (2001-03-11). "British synthesiser manufacturer Novation and Swedish software house Propellerhead announced a new product alliance. / Novation is developing a three-octave midi controller keyboard designed specifically for use in conjunction with Propellerhead's Reason studio software suite. The Novation ReMOTE keyboard, features a semi-weighted action with after-touch, together with a bank of fully configurable controls. ..."
  • "Novation Remote 25 - Portable USB Controller Keyboard". Sound On Sound (August 2003). "Originally projected as a dedicated controller for Propellerhead's immensely popular Reason electronic studio software, Novation's Remote was announced two-and-a-half years ago as a Propellerhead/Novation joint venture. Reason users were understandably excited. Forums buzzed and photographs of prototypes appeared on the Internet, but a long time passed and no Novation Reason controller appeared. / Until now. But Remote 25, despite sporting the Reason 'Re' prefix, is no longer what it was first intended to be, and instead has metamorphosed into a general-purpose device that comes with profiles and control overlays for 24 different software packages and hardware synths — including Reason. What changed Novation's mind about producing a dedicated Reason controller? Find out in the 'Remote History' box on the next page. / Novation's 'reasons' aside, the change of direction means that, instead of standing out from the crowd as a Reason-centred device, Remote 25 now has to run with the pack of 'keyboard-plus-knobs' controllers from several other manufacturers."
Date 7 /10 /2007
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Author Allangothic


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