I wanted a small keyboard to manage my keyswitchs and a controller to program the instruments VI of my sequencer. So I took the kit which includes TinyPad, and Tinykey Tinycontrol. all for less than 100 Euros. It had to be very small in order to put it on my piano teacher (an M8 Kawai). There is no afternoon but only a USB. So what I wanted was small, cheap and easy to use.
This is perfect for my use (I do not care about the velocity since I'm using that for keyswitchs). Installation is really a breeze and I have driven my VI VST moisn than 5 minutes. The Tinycontrol is also perfect for managing a B4, orders zippers work fine ... Only criticism I can make is that the big button is dedicated to the volumen while for VI, it should be possible to program the CC11 (expression).
I 'lai bought yesterday and I have used it on. Quality is at the rendezvous. For the price, this is really very good. There is a small program (with a little buggy GUI) that lets you program each key even if here today is no longer used much since it is the VI that function "midi learn" and adapt it so .
So, I researched a little keyboard and a small controller to record my tracks of virtual instruments by putting Keyswtichs and controllers on a track and notes another (better to see the pa .. . well I'm finally the solution and less than 100 Euros, it's really parfait.Bravo for quality (nanokeys Korg had shown the way bcp but complained of the quality of manufacture: there, c ' 're all good)