Radical new shortcut keyboard sets save money and the environment
October 10, 2009 (PRLEAP.COM) Media Newswww.editorskeys.com the worlds most visited website for editing shortcut keyboards, launches a new range of audio editing keyboard sets for Pro Tools, Cubase, Apple Logic, Serato Scratch and Ableton Live. These new shortcut keyboard caps and silicone covers transform your own keyboard into a fully functional editing controller for just £9.99.
Saving money and the environment
A standard full editing keyboard costs around £109, however with the new Editors Keys sets, users can transform their own keyboard for a fraction of the cost, saving around £99, which is much needed in the current financial climate. The Editors Keys sets also help to protect the environment, buy using much less plastic in their production, compared to buying a new keyboard. (Around 98.6% less plastics.)
So what do the Editors Keys do once they're on your keyboard? Well research has shown that using an Editors Keys shortcut keyboard set, can speed up your workflow by up to 40% which means no more late nights stuck in the studio.
Simon Leadly, the music editor and chief engineer – at Fox Studios. Australia says:
"I am a great advocate of keyboard shortcuts for efficient use of Pro Tools (just ask my assistants), and the Editors Keys sure help to make this easy with excellent key cap logos to make function identification simple and easy to read, even in the dim light of a vibing studio. Excellent price and great service even to the 'Far other side of the world."
For more information on the Editors Keys keyboard sets, or the new Portable Vocal Booths, please visit: http://www.editorskeys.com