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"...the MIDI USB Host arrived as promised ... very simple to connect up and (as expected) worked exactly as it says on the tin..."

"...I've installed one Kenton Retrofit for Korg PS3200 to 3200 a few years ago, I had no word other than "AMAZING" ..."

"... thank you very much for your fast and very efficient service you provided in delivering my product. I will definitely recommend your company to my music friends..."

Some satisfied Kenton customers. Don't take our word for it, here is a showcase of some happy Kenton users and their views on our products.




The Simian Mobile Disco in a full performance. You can see the Kenton Control Freak being used as a central part of their performance by clicking the photo. Enjoy!

Simian Mobile Disco



The Pro Solo has made my life much easier. I have invested a small fortune in vintage keyboards and I use a Pro Solo on just about every one of them. The Pro Solo lets me do things on some of my synths that otherwise would be very difficult to achieve, like pitchbend on my Concertmate MG-1 for example; before the Pro Solo this would have been impossible. Now all my synths can be controlled by my sequencer, which means I don't have to print the sound to Pro Tools. Out of the synth to my console, to my DAT machine! isn't life just great!!!

Harry 'Choo Choo' Romero, DJ/Producer


Having been a long-time user of Kenton products, my particular favourites are the Control Freaks. I've got 2 units, one with faders and one with knobs. When using these in conjunction with a midi sequencer and a number of 'virtual' synths as I do, it gives me the best of both worlds.

The fader version I use for controlling various midi track information i.e. levels etc., and the knobs are ideal for quick editing of, in particular, old analogue synth-modelling. I'm currently using a lot of Creamware soft synths
- the Minimax which is a very true model of the original Minimoog in conjunction with the Control Freak is really as good as it gets - instant access to the front panel of a Minimoog, with total recall.

Anyone who is a serious programmer of virtual synths really needs to have the Control Freak at his fingertips.

Geoff Downes of Asia - February, 2003


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I'm really pleased with my ARP2600... the MIDI's given it new life.

Spooky (Charlie May)


I bought a Kenton kit & I loved it so much, I had my kidneys MIDI-ed!

Ashley Slater, Freakpower


[Picture Of Adrian Utley]
I've got a Pro-2... it's fantastic. Together with your Mk1 Odyssey socket retro, it really does the biz
Adrian Utley, Producer, Portishead

One small step for Kenton... one giant leap for George!

George Holt of Erasure


[Picture Of Phil Oakey]
Kenton products are fantastic!

David Beevers of The Human League

Picture shows Phil Oakey in the Human League studios with their two Kenton Pro-2's circled.


Hoorah for Kenton! Kieran Baldwin, production engineer, East 17

[Picture Of Colin Angus]
We've got about a dozen units that wouldn't be working without Kenton, so we think you're great!

Colin Angus of The Shamen


[Picture Of Richard H. Kirk]
I love my 303 even more now that Kenton have fitted sockets to it!

Richard H. Kirk (Cabaret Voltaire)


I had a dream... & Kenton made it come true!

Charlie Hall (ex Drum Club)


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Kenton really are the best, they've saved my life

Electrasy


The Kenton Pro-4 is practically flawless... anyone who is serious about their use of vintage analogue gear and doesn't
own a Kenton interface, really ought to be asking themselves "Why?"

Paul Ward


[Picture Of Patrick Wilson]
My many old analogue synths are bleeping away merrily once more. Thanks to Kenton.

Patrick Wilson


Thank God for Kenton Electronics

Icelandic band Gus Gus


[Picture Of Sunao Inami]
Why doesn't everyone use Kenton?

I have a Pro-4, Pro-KADI and MIDI Kits for my TR-808, PS-3200, PPG Wave and CS-80
Sunao Inami, Cave Studio, Japan


We still get enquiries about the famous performance glove Kenton developed for stage use by Marillion in 1989.
It may be of interest that Kenton are still involved with special one-off projects and welcome enquiries,
whatever your MIDI needs.

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