MATRIXSYNTH: Access Virus TI 3 Keyboard

Monday, December 06, 2010

Access Virus TI 3 Keyboard

via Nova Musik
"New from Access!!! The new TI 3 Keyboard. The new Access TI 3 is now compatible with both Mac and PC. It can be used with VST, AU and RTAS. 104 non-velocity sensitive keys can be used and programmed to macros for any soft synth or recording program. They can even be used to type up those reports that are due at your job tomorrow. Shouldn't you be doing those now instead of looking at this? These are finely crafted in China by the 1,000's by machines. Never mind the Dell sign. It is there for cosmetic purposes. We liked it ok."
Early NAMM report?

Update: Mr. Array (Soviet Space Child) spotted the following on

"hey guys,

as you might have seen, we have a great special in the Access Music Store this weekend: 20% discount on everything, including Virus TI synths, soft bags and other accessories.
now the reason why i bring this up on the forum is a comment posted to our facebook page. we were ask if we are clearing stock and make room for a new Virus TI which we will announce on NAMM in january. the answer is: no. the virus TI line will not be discontinued, in fact there will be software feature updates in the future - details i cannot disclose at the time being but we will do everything to make you smile

have a great weekend.

access music"


  1. I posted this on the vintagesynth forum a while ago, and contacted nova musik to see what its about... but got no reply.

    I know it's a joke obviously, but just... why? having fun or what? haha.

  2. We were just having fun with it. We had some extra Access stickers laying around. And some extra time at the end of the day. This message was typed on it. It's just my Dell keyboard. This is what happens when Access sends us extra stickers. We now have two of these in stock. One is missing the Enter key though.


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