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«  Good Gear! Do the job »

Publié le 06/16/13 à 07:06
First impression (which is good) a robust keyboard and done! good connectivity (USB / MIDI IN OUT THGH / Pedal etc. ....) the pads and faders and knobs are good bills and are easily accessible. The 49 keys on the keyboard are a nice touch and after touch works pretty well. The weight is therefore but rather the quality and robustness necessarily go hand in hand ...

UTILIZATION

Nice touch and aftertouch, perfect for my use HS. I have not read the manual and it works very well and nothing magical noted. The opportunity to work with the computer sounds and inject them into the keyboard to set memory (without the ordo) is really well done.
The configuration could not be easier.

Sounds and patches are displayed on a (small) screen with two knobs and three buttons to navigate ...

OVERALL OPINION

For almost two years.

I was only analog, I'm just a midi keyboard would be a good thing ...

+ I like the finish and sounds with which it is delivered (software Experience The Laboratory), you can tweak a little and put back into the keyboard's memory

- The sounds come with (although there are many many) can be a little work but you can not touch the settings for synths, you have to buy it for the Arturia V collection and attention to portfolio ...
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