EasyMax 102 Advanced Synthesis Workstation
Successful Chemical Development and Process Optimization
The EasyMax 102 Advanced synthesis workstation allows chemists and engineers to develop and optimize new synthetic routes, increase the speed of development and reduce cost. The EasyMax 102 Advanced delivers high quality data and provides key information throughout the course of an experiment. This workstation replaces round bottom flasks and jacketed lab reactors with working volumes between 0.5mL-100mL.
Versatile, Accurate, User-Friendly
The compact solid-state thermostat covers a temperature range from -40 deg C to 180 deg C and does not require cumbersome oil or ice baths, or bulky cryostats. Precise control allows chemists and engineers to control reaction parameters such as temperature, pH, stirrer rpm, or reagent addition. All data is captured for evaluation or report preparation.
1. What kinds of sounds am I able to produce using the REasyMax 102?
Ans - The REasyMax 102 Advanced Synthesis Workstation offers a variety of sound synthesis options, including sampling, sequencing, and analogue and digital synthesis. The REasyMax 102 allows you to produce a wide range of musical sounds and textures.
2. Does the REasyMax 102 have effects built in?
Ans - Reverb, delay, chorus, and flanger are among the built-in effects available on the REasyMax 102. You can use these effects to further sculpt and shape your sound.
3. What kinds of inputs and outputs are there on the REasyMax 102?
Ans - Two 1/4" audio outputs, two MIDI inputs, one MIDI output, one USB port, and one audio input are among the inputs and outputs available on the REasyMax 102.
4. Does the REasyMax 102 include software?
Ans - A variety of software tools are included with the REasyMax 102 to assist you in creating and editing sounds. This consists of a sequencer, sampler, and other sound-shaping instruments.
5. Does the REasyMax 102 work with other devices and programmes?
Ans - Yes, a variety of external gear and software, including MIDI devices and computer-based DAWs, are compatible with the REasyMax 102.