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Before we start making music, let's examine the hardware. The Push has 64 velocity and pressure sensitive pads with RGB LEDs. It has a USB connection, power input, on, off switch, and two expression control inputs for sustain pedals, volume pedals, breath control, etcetera. The push is bus powered, with an option for brighter LEDs with power supply. It's got 11 touch sensitive encoders, a forward LCD alpha numeric display.
And a 17 centimeters touch strip for pitch bend and scrolling, with 24 LEDs for navigation. Let's look at the Push interface. Here, we have the tempo section, the edit section, the transport section, touch strip, the pad section, scene and grid section, display and encoder section. Selection control, state control, note section, add section, and the focus navigation section. Now, that's a lot to take in.
But, we'll see that everything is very intuitive and straightforward as we touch on each one of these sections throughout this course. So, let's make some music.
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