Perform solo sets with a complete backing band, and write music as fast as your creativity allows, with the Korg Pa4X arranger keyboard. Korg’s Pa series of arrangers is the first choice of countless composers, and the fourth generation Pa4X gives you more sounds, musical styles, and studio-quality effects than ever. From capturing your first musical ideas to performing on stage, the large 7″ touchscreen makes it easy to load songs, navigate the SoundBook music database, manage sounds, and tweak effects. For an arranger keyboard that enables your creativity as opposed to limiting it, you’ll be well-served with the Korg Pa4X. The Pa4X uses Korg’s Enhanced Definition Synthesis-eXpanded (EDS-X) sound engine to deliver the most nuanced, detailed instrument sounds ever heard in the Pa series. The updated PCM sound set in the Pa4X occupies 10 times the capacity of the previous generation, allowing for highly detailed and realistic guitars, pianos, strings, and other complex sounds. There’s a lot to explore in the Pa4X, with over 1,500 factory sounds and the ability to tweak and save hundreds of your own. Digging through menus is a pain and even using knobs and buttons for all of your parameters and setup functions is passé, especially in this touchscreen world we live in today. That’s what makes the Pa4X’s large, full-color TouchView display such a bonus. This large, capacitive touchscreen display lets you reach out and grab hold of settings, type in values, and search for content with ease. You can even tilt it to the perfect angle, and it’s bright enough and bold enough that you’ll be able to read it in any environment. Standard MIDI connections are great, but Korg made integrating external MIDI Controllers with the Pa4X arranger keyboard even easier. That’s because the USB Host connection onboard the Pa4X doesn’t just let you connect flash media for files, it also lets you connect class-compliant MIDI Controllers such as Korg’s nano series. That makes it super easy to add pads, triggers, and additional hands-on controls right to your arranger keyboard.