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  • Binoo31Binoo31

    Small and efficient

    Akai Professional LPK25Published on 03/26/13 at 07:24
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    Transportable everywhere
    Several octaves

    USE

    Small dcalage between touch and sound
    somewhat hard keys
    easy config on Fruity Loops


    NOTICE GLOBAL

    Good qualitprix
  • jdabenejdabene

    means

    Akai Professional LPK25Published on 03/13/13 at 02:09
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    This is a small keyboard that I use for testing. It has NO MIDI controller. on the other hand it acts as an arpeggiator.

    USE

    No control noon from the arpeggiator (gadjet) and the keyboard ...

    NOTICE GLOBAL

    Just to test, nomadic, otherwise blah. too small and succinct.
  • Sebo L. aka Analog Korp.Sebo L. aka Analog Korp.

    Very good

    Akai Professional LPK25Published on 09/12/13 at 03:09
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    Not bulky, easy used USB

    USE

    The touch is pleasant
    Setup is simple
    I did not even read the manual
    MIDI selections and very simple
    I use maschine

    NOTICE GLOBAL

    I've had 2 years
    Qualitprix nickel
  • Anonymous

    Easy to use for beginners mao

    Akai Professional LPK25Published on 02/13/14 at 02:08
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    Small Midi Controller & easy to use, and easy to take anywhere, even in hotel & Vacence.
    Connect a cable to a USB Midi.

    UTILIZATION

    The flexible soft touch, even, but Fits Forever awaiting use.
    The manual is clear is easy to use in a PDF internete Akai.
    Akai to download on Wed éditor free website & update.
    Easy program to use + Arpégeateur on the controller Akai LPK25.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I, unwanted for 1 years & 6 months.
    I tried no other controller as Korg: the nanoKEY, Roland Edirol: PCR-300.
    Sound quality, flexible, easy to use ... ect
    I do again my choice for Akai.

    Thank you thank you & to & to Akai Audiofanzine.
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    Small Midi Controller & easy to use, and easy to take anywhere, even in hotel & Vacence.
    Connect a cable to a USB Midi.

    UTILIZATION

    The flexible soft touch, even, but Fits Forever awaiting use.
    The manual is clear is easy to use in a PDF internete Akai.
    Akai to download on Wed éditor free website & update.
    Easy program to use + Arpégeateur on the controller Akai LPK25.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I, unwanted for 1 years & 6 months.
    I tried no other controller as Korg: the nanoKEY, Roland Edirol: PCR-300.
    Sound quality, flexible, easy to use ... ect
    I do again my choice for Akai.

    Thank you thank you & to & to Akai Audiofanzine.
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  • golden_eargolden_ear

    I do not want!

    Akai Professional LPK25Published on 12/12/13 at 02:05
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    The price!

    UTILIZATION

    The keyboard is not at all pleasant but do not expect too much of a product less than 50 Euros.
    The manual is a distressing poverty, even the soft version.
    Regarding configuration, well here just does not work. I followed the procedure at any point (I even checked and compared the instructions in French and English), I tried to install it on two different ordis (PC) with two different software (Cubase and Samplitude) nothing no sign of life, controls hard does not affect Alike on the screen.
    I thought that here would be a mere formality, it is a chore devnu obliged to return the phone calls to the seller.
    Ah yes, I forgot, I contacted the customer s…
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    The price!

    UTILIZATION

    The keyboard is not at all pleasant but do not expect too much of a product less than 50 Euros.
    The manual is a distressing poverty, even the soft version.
    Regarding configuration, well here just does not work. I followed the procedure at any point (I even checked and compared the instructions in French and English), I tried to install it on two different ordis (PC) with two different software (Cubase and Samplitude) nothing no sign of life, controls hard does not affect Alike on the screen.
    I thought that here would be a mere formality, it is a chore devnu obliged to return the phone calls to the seller.
    Ah yes, I forgot, I contacted the customer service Akai, I was told after 4 days to ask me if they could call me, of course I said yes, and then no appeal.

    OVERALL OPINION

    Obviously I do not like anything, and the price / quality ratio for a device that does not work, it is of course zero.
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  • tilmanjulientilmanjulien

    Nice

    Akai Professional LPK25Published on 09/25/13 at 09:41
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    I was looking for a master keyboard small to place on my desk next to my keyboard (I could connect my Roland Juno-G but the size is not very practical in this case). It connects via USB directly to the computer.

    UTILIZATION

    The feel is related to the price of the keyboard: all plastic and at a cost of € 39. It is cheap but we know we not buy a high end for the price. It is very easy to use (in its grip as its installation: plug and play).

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for a few weeks and it suits me perfectly. I have not tried other keyboard except the Fame of the same kind (such high quality). It is compact and that's why I wanted this format. Value for money quite honest.…
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    I was looking for a master keyboard small to place on my desk next to my keyboard (I could connect my Roland Juno-G but the size is not very practical in this case). It connects via USB directly to the computer.

    UTILIZATION

    The feel is related to the price of the keyboard: all plastic and at a cost of € 39. It is cheap but we know we not buy a high end for the price. It is very easy to use (in its grip as its installation: plug and play).

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for a few weeks and it suits me perfectly. I have not tried other keyboard except the Fame of the same kind (such high quality). It is compact and that's why I wanted this format. Value for money quite honest. I would do this choice without hesitation: he does what he is asked and that's what matters to me ...
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  • pipostarpipostar

    interesting

    Akai Professional LPK25Published on 09/12/13 at 02:59
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    small. 2 octaves keyboard.
    6 buttons including octave + / -, sustain, arpeggiator (tap tempo sync), and programs.
    USB connection to the computer.

    UTILIZATION

    very simple and effective use travel (tour live ...).

    OVERALL OPINION

    rather robust for its size keyboard (better than the Korg nano over time he seems).
    size / quality / price ratio
  • jdabenejdabene

    Bad

    Akai Professional LPK25Published on 09/07/13 at 23:53
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    Pr me, it is almost unusable: not just MIDI controller keyboard and unnecessary arpeggiator!!

    UTILIZATION

    ...

    OVERALL OPINION

    ...
  • hugzzhugzz

    probably the best mini laptop mini keyboard keys

    Akai Professional LPK25Published on 09/06/13 at 08:11
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    Its size, its weight, its practical side for the trip ..
    He just has a micro USB port on the left side.

    UTILIZATION

    The hit is probably the best you can find at this price and for a keyboard of this size ..
    There is nothing to configure and nothing to read in the manual .. It's plug n play. There are some buttons that can be interesting .. Sustain, Tap Tempo, an arpeggiator and a few other options as well but I admit having used only keys.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I can be for 2 years because I was planning a move abroad and I now use it only while traveling on the train, plane ..
    I have not tried the other one before but I think it's all down in price and quality of manu…
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    Its size, its weight, its practical side for the trip ..
    He just has a micro USB port on the left side.

    UTILIZATION

    The hit is probably the best you can find at this price and for a keyboard of this size ..
    There is nothing to configure and nothing to read in the manual .. It's plug n play. There are some buttons that can be interesting .. Sustain, Tap Tempo, an arpeggiator and a few other options as well but I admit having used only keys.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I can be for 2 years because I was planning a move abroad and I now use it only while traveling on the train, plane ..
    I have not tried the other one before but I think it's all down in price and quality of manufacture (which is good).
    It still lacks a pitch wheel and modulation.

    If strut again, for the trip, I would be the CME X-bit key that is ready to the same size with large keys or Korg Nanokey 2 because it is even smaller.
    For a home studio does not fit because the mini-keys are not made for regular use and there are no wheels ..... If this is this case I would go on an M-Audio Oxygen 25 or Axiom 25 but it is not given ..
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  • NephenixNephenix

    Good for travel, but very limited!

    Akai Professional LPK25Published on 05/25/13 at 12:53
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    I bought it for a very small footprint for a walk during my travels.
    There are no knobs or faders, but a built-in arpeggiator. The keys are also velocity.

    UTILIZATION

    We say that the keyboard was built for a fly! Touch is what you can expect from a new keyboard 40 €.
    Do not expect to do better than with basslines, I tried to play with synth solo is impossible, the keys are too small fool.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I have a few months, I use it only on a trip! Its strengths are its price and small footprint. It is powered by USB, so perfect move.
  • BassmatteaBassmattea

    A good small keyboard

    Akai Professional LPK25Published on 04/03/13 at 02:11
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    Connectors: USB you plug it works

    UTILIZATION

    The keys are small, but it's still playable, the manual is clear and we can do without. Simple configuration. I use it to trigger samples or record ideas tablecloths etc..

    OVERALL OPINION

    I've had two years and I never had any particular problems. It does not take place, tiny, it is lightweight, perfect for mobile use and find its place in a home studio setup (I do not see myself taking him on stage). In short, a good keyboard for anyone who wants to be burdened and strum ideas or control samples.
  • /eden//eden/

    very good

    Akai Professional LPK25Published on 03/24/13 at 14:22
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    size

    UTILIZATION

    manual unclear but the settings are not required

    OVERALL OPINION

    buy eyes closed
    not take place
    to complete parts of vst is the top
  • FilipeTFilipeT

    Nice / Practice / Different uses

    Akai Professional LPK25Published on 03/20/13 at 08:14
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    Compact / Tranportable
    Connectivity: USB

    UTILIZATION

    The keys are a bit small and not very wide. but nevertheless it is very suitable for my, I used to use my samples play on serato
    Not even need the manual hand grip quite easy e

    OVERALL OPINION

    1 year

    Akai LPD8 the

    most transportable midi / usb usable with most production software

    good value for money, but there are better for 40-50 € more
  • hybrid slinkyhybrid slinky

    computer music everywhere, all the time!

    Akai Professional LPK25Published on 03/18/13 at 04:09
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    What characteristics have motivated your choice?
    Size, ideal for nomads who seek to exploit any moment to compose.

    USB is simple, plug and play ...

    I use it with garage band.

    For me it is a great way to lay the beginnings of a component. Keyboard clean, with some sounds on garage band, it allows you to concentrate solely on the music, and it avoids distracting the rest ...

    UTILIZATION

    The touch keyboard is it enjoyable?
    yes and no, I usually play on a M50 88 ... we are obviously disappointed but the keyboard is very easy to play and ask a component do not ask more than that;)

    Should your use?

    Yes I use during my long journeys trains. Travelers are not disturbed…
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    What characteristics have motivated your choice?
    Size, ideal for nomads who seek to exploit any moment to compose.

    USB is simple, plug and play ...

    I use it with garage band.

    For me it is a great way to lay the beginnings of a component. Keyboard clean, with some sounds on garage band, it allows you to concentrate solely on the music, and it avoids distracting the rest ...

    UTILIZATION

    The touch keyboard is it enjoyable?
    yes and no, I usually play on a M50 88 ... we are obviously disappointed but the keyboard is very easy to play and ask a component do not ask more than that;)

    Should your use?

    Yes I use during my long journeys trains. Travelers are not disturbed unless it like a type MPC-____-.

    OVERALL OPINION

    How long have you been using?
    5 months
    Did you try many other models before buying it?
    not my keyboard is a smaller axiom 49
    What is so special that you like most and least?
    Easy to change octave, sustain not easy to hold.
    What is so special that you like most and least?
    For 40 euros, very good value for money.
    I am not necessarily interested in similar products, but I am fully satisfied with the product.
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  • medlinemedline

    fun and easy

    Akai Professional LPK25Published on 03/17/13 at 14:19
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Size.
    USB connection.

    UTILIZATION

    Easy to use, convenient for a small home studio to make bass lines, melodies and even agreements. To solos on the other hand I use a midi keyboard with more keys and octave size standarts.

    It should not have big fingers.

    I did not read the manual. But I do my controller is only for plugins.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for a year in a lot of prods that are now out. As what we can suffice him as usual.

    Everything depends on the style of music that you eventually. But it has its uses to make lines, riffs, gimmicks and simple chords. It does not take place. In short, it has flaws when used for what it is not.

    Use Wisely for all …
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    Size.
    USB connection.

    UTILIZATION

    Easy to use, convenient for a small home studio to make bass lines, melodies and even agreements. To solos on the other hand I use a midi keyboard with more keys and octave size standarts.

    It should not have big fingers.

    I did not read the manual. But I do my controller is only for plugins.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for a year in a lot of prods that are now out. As what we can suffice him as usual.

    Everything depends on the style of music that you eventually. But it has its uses to make lines, riffs, gimmicks and simple chords. It does not take place. In short, it has flaws when used for what it is not.

    Use Wisely for all the potential it has.

    It has a good value for money, it is quite robust. Only the cable noon is fragile, twelve o'clock USB plug has not resisted the use of my 3 year old son ... This is unfortunate for portable equipment that should be increuvable.
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