keyboard mid-range, basic, indestructible, MIDI, traditional programs, it is a bit of a keyboard "generic"!
nice keyboard, weighted keys
a 2-digit display, a 2-page manual
selectable velocity curves, octave too easy to change bank ...
it's a bit like the subway: you ride, ca advance alone
13 years as I have, that I sin 30 euros at the time with CUBASE LITE in unsold gondola at Leclerc!
it is indestructible, it is the land rover keyboard, the Swiss Army knife of basic MIDI controller, armored limousine drinking and pleasant keyboard
4 removals in the legs, used standing, sitting, hanging from a worktop inclined .... it is still there.
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Tyokkann's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)
These are multiple settings that have motivated my choice:
-Octave -2 / 3
-Transpose -12 / +12
-Change program 0 / 127
-2 Changes banks (LSB and MSB) 0 / 127
-Setting the velocity curve 0 / 9 (10 possible curves)
-Assign the modulation wheel (MIDI controllers standard, Pitch Bend Sensitivity, Fine focusing, crude pressure, pressure channel or velocity)
- + 9 numeric buttons to change presets + buttons "+" and "-"
Sustain pedal jack-
Keyboard self-powered by twelve one cord when connected to another device
Dimensions = 80.5 x 20.5 x 8.4, weight = 3.2 Kg
A great master keyboard with the pleasant feel and is ideal when used in home studio software for playing sounds VSTi (used at home on Cubase SX and Reason)
Use very simple and intuitive configuration and more easily affordable.
The selection of midi channels and presets is made so easy to bitch array of buttons on the front. You can change pacth, bank or preset without stopping to play.
Manuel very clear, but that quickly becomes useless so the machine is easily to hand.
Used four months before selling it aprsè has offered me another (Ta Horng MidiPro)
The best: the number buttons 0 to 9 and the buttons "+" and "-" to change presets or bank without stop playing and the fact that it is self-powered by twelve one cord when connected to another device !!!!!!
The less I see it. I will not say "the least: it lacks an octave" because if I was told that I would respond: "had to buy a 61-key."
My first master keyboard, I had not tried one before so this is an Evolution in MK249C a friend.
Quality / price ratio when comparing excellent opportunities and ease of use of the machine compared to the 49-key master keyboard Roland expensive for a more complex and much less convenient (no buttons for selecting presets, all is via the keyboard). It will say "yes my Roland keyboards have a touch more enjoyable," bin yeah but then if you are looking for a quality feel you need to stop at the piano and keyboard type "synth".
I would definitely do it again this election, eyes closed.