Matre keyboard 61 keys, pitch, modulation, and some sounds of factories.
DCID I buy this keyboard for a couple jv-2080. I also t sduit by the number of keys.
I bought it on occasion, therefore, without manual and i ln'y no problem (I miss Paut-be functions but hey ...).
By reading the reviews on AF, I just bought a keyboard hsit cheap because many people give an opinion as to the touch rather ngatif. It is true that does not resemble the keys of a piano but do not look like a toy as one might think by reading the opinion.
Matre a good keyboard for those who want something simple without too much functionality. In my case, that's what I need. Just enough to take out the notes and the rest, the jv-2080 takes care of ...
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joemanix's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)
61-key MIDI keyboard controller + pitch + modulation selection of banks, octave up / down, 10 presets.
Powered by an external transformer.
Touch "light" type synth with velocity control.
Callback for novices: a master keyboard to control MIDI equipment, but produces no sound (you never know!)
Touch "light" type synth: correct compared to other synths, it's not a toy.
THIS IS NOT A KEYBOARD PIANO MASTER TYPE TOUCH WITH HEAVY. So no confusion in the criticism. If you want a touch heavy, you'll pay much more.
General MIDI configuration and selection simple, not really looked at the manual.
Used for years with SONAR's home studio.
I'm not a real keyboard player, I use it to complement the guitar to work for me, so my requirements and my experience is not huge. But never had problems with.
Good value for money, reasonable choice in my opinion, except for snags seeking top quality and touch the piano.