The central section of the device features 16 full-size, velocity and pressure sensitive RGB pads. There are eight assignable pad banks, and operating modes include MIDI Keyboard (for playing melodically), Note Repeat and Full Velocity. On top of this, you get four programmable rotary encoders and 20 assignable buttons.
The Atom is designed to integrate tightly with PreSonus’s Studio One DAW, giving you navigation, editing, and loop-point creation features, as well as transport controls.
Atom ships with a copy of PreSonus’s Studio One Artist DAW for PC and Mac, and also a library of carefully-curated loops and one-shots from MVP Loops. It’s available now priced at $149.
Find out more on the PreSonus website.