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ARTURIA KeyStep 37 £180

The latest addition to Arturia’s Step family, the KeyStep 37 feels reassuringly sturdy as soon as we remove it from its trendy box. There’s a real sense of weight behind this to stop it sliding around when played. But it’s the range of ins and outs that’s one of the biggest draws here.

The left-hand side of the front panel houses controls for the sequencer and arpeggiator, and a toggle switch alternates between the two modes, while you can recall one of the eight user presets using the neighbouring knob. The division, rate (tempo) and transport buttons complete the line-up, and there’s a tap-tempo

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