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  • mrjasonmrjason

    Easy to use, and travel friendly

    Line 6 Mobile Keys 25Published on 02/06/13 at 22:25
    The Line 6 Mobile is a 25 key controller that can be used with any computer Mac or PC running almost any operating system. This small controller has touch sensitive keys, and it is the perfect controller to have for a laptop and on the move set up. I even use it in GarageBand sometimes when I am on my Mac laptop. Installing it was very quick there was a disk to install the drivers and that was it. It was all plug and play and worked in about 4 different DAW programs that I use on a regular basis.

    UTILIZATION

    I have also used this with some piano apps on my iPad 3rd generation too. There is no power supply or adapter needed which makes it just about as portable as it gets. The ke…
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    The Line 6 Mobile is a 25 key controller that can be used with any computer Mac or PC running almost any operating system. This small controller has touch sensitive keys, and it is the perfect controller to have for a laptop and on the move set up. I even use it in GarageBand sometimes when I am on my Mac laptop. Installing it was very quick there was a disk to install the drivers and that was it. It was all plug and play and worked in about 4 different DAW programs that I use on a regular basis.

    UTILIZATION

    I have also used this with some piano apps on my iPad 3rd generation too. There is no power supply or adapter needed which makes it just about as portable as it gets. The keys feel good and allow me to play melodies pretty easily. But being that there are only 25 keys I really couldn’t do too much but if wanted a portable controller that is what I have to deal with.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I take this controller anywhere with me that I have my Macbook or Dell laptop and it runs great on OSX 10.5 and Windows XP/Vista. This keyboard is only about a foot and half long which means it can fit in most standard size gig bags and since it is made well I didn’t have to worry about it getting damaged or the keys getting jammed down. There are also octave up and octave down buttons so that I could transpose to different octaves easily which is a must have if you are only working with 25 keys. This controller will work with iPads, iPhones, PC’s and Macs. It gets its power from the device that it is connected to but I have noticed that it does drain my battery a little faster than normal on my iPad 3. It also has mod and pitch wheels which is not normal for a 25 key controller.
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  • NotatorNotator

    To evaluate the real needs

    Line 6 Mobile Keys 25Published on 07/29/12 at 09:40
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I was looking for a keypad 25 size keys for controlling music applications on my Ipod touch.
    Interface with IOS, the choice was limited, it was that or the Akai Synthstation, or Ion Piano Apprentice.
    The Akai has mini-keys, and the Ion really plastoc (I have not been able to try it).
    No support on the keyboard keys of Mobile is expected to ask an iPod, iPhone or iPad, unlike the other two keyboards.
    It has taken two pedals, sustain (switch) and Expression (continuous control).
    It has two knobs, Pitch Bend and.

    UTILIZATION

    The keyboard is dynamic (insertion and release), no pressure, semi-weighted keys, a little spongy (we feel the springs), but better that than too soft…
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    I was looking for a keypad 25 size keys for controlling music applications on my Ipod touch.
    Interface with IOS, the choice was limited, it was that or the Akai Synthstation, or Ion Piano Apprentice.
    The Akai has mini-keys, and the Ion really plastoc (I have not been able to try it).
    No support on the keyboard keys of Mobile is expected to ask an iPod, iPhone or iPad, unlike the other two keyboards.
    It has taken two pedals, sustain (switch) and Expression (continuous control).
    It has two knobs, Pitch Bend and.

    UTILIZATION

    The keyboard is dynamic (insertion and release), no pressure, semi-weighted keys, a little spongy (we feel the springs), but better that than too soft.
    The keys are normal sized, as well as their race, which is important for me, who am used to other keyboards.
    He did not need specific power supply, no batteries required, it is powered through the USB, or plug iOS (cable supplied); note, only one interface active at a time.
    The 6-page manual is very clear on the other hand, the operation is very simple: what can not be changed with a dedicated control is adjustable with the Shift key plus a key, as most keyboards of this size .
    The settings are memorized, but the use is 'basic keyboard control', we should not consider changing programs on the fly, no display, no dedicated buttons (but doable with Shift ... etc. ).

    OVERALL OPINION

    I've had it a week I give my opinion in use with an iPod touch (with a valid Iphone or an Iphone).

    I am a bit disappointed, because all music applications iOS CoreMIDI are not implemented, so, eg GarageBand is, but not PerfectPitchPiano nor MyNoteGames. For now, these are the only software I've tried with this keyboard.
    Moreover, there is a small latency, I do not know if this concern comes from the timing CoreMIDI, GarageBand or the keyboard itself (I have not been able to use USB).
    I find this keyboard a bit thick (about 6 cm), this is not the ideal place to put it on the belly, for 'tinkering' or have fun, sprawled on a sofa.
    Size (approximately 47.5 x 17 cm) could have been more compact, but the size keys impose their footprint by 36 cm.

    Again, my opinion does use as a tool in teaching music / entertainment based on iPod touch. I use other keypads Midi for more specific uses homestudio.
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