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Akai 25-Key MIDI Keyboards user reviews

  • Akai MPK Mini MKII



    The AKAI MPK mini is a 2 octave midi controller with a size that is perfect for you to take everywhere with you. But although it has a small size it still pack a BIG punch, containing 8 pads in 2 banks for a total of 16 programable pads as well as 8 …

  • Akai MPK mini

    Akai MPK mini - "It just gets the job done"


    For over 8 years I made music with only my computer mouse and keyboard, but as time went by and my skill developed I felt it was time to buy a MIDI keyboard just to add a new dimension to my creation process. I decided to get a small keyboard to star…

  • Akai MPK25

    Akai MPK25 - "Perfect!"


    The Akai MPK25 is an advanced MIDI controller, that features 25-key semi-weighted keyboard with aftertouch, MPC-pad section of 12 genuine MPC pads with pressure and velocity sensitivity, MPC pads access four banks each for instant access to 48 sample…

  • Akai MPK25

    Akai MPK25 - "Comes with a copy of Ableton "


    The best part about the MPK25 is that it is so portable. I was using this MIDI controller for over a year and loved using it. But it got to the point where I started to want to have more octaves (keys) to play, as I am learning to be a keyboard playe…

  • Akai LPK25

    Akai LPK25 - "Great for Mobile setups"


    I purchase this keyboard for 2 main reasons. 1 It's small and portable and 2. Akai made it and I already owned the bigger version (Akai mpk49) but didn't want to spend money on the Mpk25 (cost too much for what I needed. I needed something that was t…

  • Akai LPK25

    Akai LPK25 - "i need more keys"


    The Akai LPK 25 is a 25 key midi keyboard that is really small. I was very surprised to see how small and compact it is. The space between the top of the keys and the top of the board is virtually not even there . There is just a little black strip w…

  • Akai LPK25

    Akai LPK25 - "very portable"


    So far, from playing around with the Akai LPK25 for about an hour, it seems pretty nice. Keys feel good and construction is light but durable. Velocity curve seems OK. Arpeggiator is fun - I thought I wouldn't use it, but maybe I will, since I often …

  • Akai MPK mini

    Akai MPK mini - "Great mini midi controller"


    Number of Keys: 25 velocity-sensitive Pads: 8 velocity-sensitive, light-up MPC-style pads x 2 banks Knobs: 8 assignable controller pots Computer Interface: USB/MIDI only Programs: 4 Octaves: 9 Arpeggiator: Yes Additional controls: Sustain, Tap…

  • Akai MPK25

    Akai MPK25 - " Excellent product"


    I chose this keyboard for several reasons: - Compactness (I need a keyboard for easy moving live) - The built-in arpeggiator - The number of knobs I plug in my MIDI synths UTILIZATION The touch is very nice, the keys offer a little resistance…

  • Akai MPK mini

    Akai MPK mini - " Not agree at all with the previous Opinion"


    I have XP home edition and it works fine with me ... Akai will probably propose a solution in the future (drivers) for this kind of product. UTILIZATION Everything is included on this little MIDI keyboard, a real Swiss Army knife for computer mus…