Glad I am not alone. Yeah, it was 2018 when MK2 was released and I got mine in 2019, about 6 months later. The MK1 was released in 2013. So, I think we can expect MK3 by next year.LKBorg wrote: ↑Sat May 14, 2022 6:14 amOh you’re defo not alone here. I think it was 2018(?) when they introduced the Mk2 range and especially with Native Instruments Komplete Kontrol and their screens and light-guards (very awesome for split-zones!) there is something the KeyLabs are missingLoveEnigma18 wrote: ↑Sat May 14, 2022 3:12 am Sorry, this may not be the right place for it, but I wonder if Arturia is working on a new version of their KeyLab MIDI controllers. I love my KeyLab MK2, and while it is great, but I am looking forward to an MK3 in the future with better quality knobs, faders, buttons and less clicking sound, apart from other redesign improvements and possible workflow/integration enhancements.
I think many ppl are waiting for an update here for Arturia to go stronger on their “daw-less(er)” claim
You mention good points about keybed light-guards and big screens, which would be great and useful additions as well.
Considering electronic components supply is hugely affected, it might play a big part in the eventual release of the successor. Let's hope we see one soon.
EDIT: Just saw your edit about the chip supply issue, and yeah, even I was expecting a new MIDI controller announcement at Superbooth.