</span> <span style="font-family: Arial, sans-serif;">
The price! The small footprint, perfect to be placed directly next to the computer is also convenient for me to move very often. Finally, the keyboard is powered by USB (even if it is possible to pass through the area ...) and it is under the strip ...</span> <span style="font-family: Arial, sans-serif;">
<strong>The touch keyboard is it nice?
<span style="font-weight: normal;">Yes, it's surprising, I really expected a keyboard synthesizer rather unpleasant, but predictable in that price range, but it is not. Very correct.</span>
Should your use?
<span style="font-weight: normal;">I am not a pianist, I used to flesh out some mix, perfect for me.</span>
The general configuration is simple?
<span style="font-weight: normal;">Not even need a driver! Just plug it in and then the trouble begins: the midi channels are selected by default ... confusing. Simply assign the functions as desired and then realize that the keyboard has no memory! However, you can save settings to a file sysex, but it's not very convenient (especially to quickly change configuration) nor purely ergonomic.
The manual is clear and sufficient?
It is not even provided: you must download it from the site Prodipe. It is ... concise. All functions are described in a purely technical without any attempt to set conditions. For novices MIDI is even totally obscure on certain points.
The selection of MIDI channels, patches is easy?
Not insurmountable: the possibilities are more listed directly above the keys. (But take a look at the handbook avoids many blunders in this regard ...)</span></strong>
<strong>For how long have you been using it?
<span style="font-weight: normal;">One month.
</span> Did you try many other models before getting this one?
<span style="font-weight: normal;">No indeed, I needed a compact master keyboard and usb. The price has ruled.
Knowing what you know now, would you make the same choice?
It would be a budget issue, but no.
What thing do you like most/least about it?
Casually, the feel is really not so bad, the USB and therefore no external power and the minimum size are very significant.
After ... memory, even to store a half dozen presets, it would not be a luxury!
What is your opinion about the value for the price?
A basic 25-key, with the knobs to make adjustments to software computer music powered USB (but can add a power supply if too much latency) with MIDI and USB outputs.
Is a basic midi keyboard, I was looking for the cheapest store, this one was ... there was no manual. The main concern of this keyboard is that the settings do not stay in memory of those shot to reset it each time it is turned off.
Ultimately this keyboard is quite bulky for a 25-key, the fault of the many functions uninteresting. It is plug and play on Macs, on the other hand I could not use it on windows 7 (no drivers yet).
If I were buying again, I'd probably for a more compact model and present.