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  • Forward/TrickleForward/Trickle

    Evolution Mk-361cPublished on 02/17/03 at 01:15
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Simple to use, cheap, 16 controllers, USB power supply, pitch, modulation .... what more.

    UTILIZATION

    Trs good keypad, the 16 controllers are easy to affect, lacks a little response to touch. But for the price .....

    OVERALL OPINION

    I use it for 3 months, I am 100% satisfied. Can be the home of Radium Midiman, was released rcemment can be a little better? Finally, I recommend the MK 361 C.
  • BlasholBlashol

    Evolution Mk-361cPublished on 03/21/05 at 03:43
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I bought the MK461C aprmidi and returns this to the store! if the keyboard it is the same as the MK461C (which is not some prs! mfiez then you go and check out me and a test for the fatal touch of this device outlaw Unplayable !
    %% https://fr.audiofanzine.com/produits/avis/index 2Cidproduit 2C25619.html

    UTILIZATION

    I bought the MK461C aprmidi and returns this to the store! if the keyboard it is the same as the MK461C (which is not some prs! mfiez then you go and check out me and a test for the fatal touch of this device outlaw Unplayable !
    %% https://fr.audiofanzine.com/produits/avis/index 2Cidproduit 2C25619.html

    OVERALL OPINION

    I bought the MK461C aprmidi and ret…
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    I bought the MK461C aprmidi and returns this to the store! if the keyboard it is the same as the MK461C (which is not some prs! mfiez then you go and check out me and a test for the fatal touch of this device outlaw Unplayable !
    %% https://fr.audiofanzine.com/produits/avis/index 2Cidproduit 2C25619.html

    UTILIZATION

    I bought the MK461C aprmidi and returns this to the store! if the keyboard it is the same as the MK461C (which is not some prs! mfiez then you go and check out me and a test for the fatal touch of this device outlaw Unplayable !
    %% https://fr.audiofanzine.com/produits/avis/index 2Cidproduit 2C25619.html

    OVERALL OPINION

    I bought the MK461C aprmidi and returns this to the store! if the keyboard it is the same as the MK461C (which is not some prs! mfiez then you go and check out me and a test for the fatal touch of this device outlaw Unplayable !
    %% https://fr.audiofanzine.com/produits/avis/index 2Cidproduit 2C25619.html
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  • Alban Le GoffAlban Le Goff

    Evolution Mk-361cPublished on 04/10/05 at 14:06
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    I was looking for a keyboard with MIDI controllers to control a synth ...
    I think I found ...

    UTILIZATION

    This is the problem that is in use. If you use the keyboard DSIR matre against rat is bein in Midi controllers is (slightly) better.
    trs explanation is simple ... When using, he gets to do what he wants ... totally random image changing MIDI channels without user intervention, which has what you Phra scne on ... But the program is quite simple everything is on the srigraphi keyboard and it avoids the user manual ... Menfin the quality of touch is when MONSTROUS same shit, it's a keyboard to play with one or two finger (s)!

    OVERALL OPINION

    Bein, it's not what I …
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    I was looking for a keyboard with MIDI controllers to control a synth ...
    I think I found ...

    UTILIZATION

    This is the problem that is in use. If you use the keyboard DSIR matre against rat is bein in Midi controllers is (slightly) better.
    trs explanation is simple ... When using, he gets to do what he wants ... totally random image changing MIDI channels without user intervention, which has what you Phra scne on ... But the program is quite simple everything is on the srigraphi keyboard and it avoids the user manual ... Menfin the quality of touch is when MONSTROUS same shit, it's a keyboard to play with one or two finger (s)!

    OVERALL OPINION

    Bein, it's not what I needed.
    I'm not 'content.
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  • DaFabrikDaFabrik

    Evolution Mk-361cPublished on 12/08/05 at 07:52
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    61 keys
    USB powered
    16 Controller
    Possible to sustain an optional pedals

    For my use c sufficiently complete.

    UTILIZATION

    Touching the keyboard: if you want to play the Chopin drop immediately! Touch is absolutely rotten. It's really plastic. VLOC the keys is just right.
    In my case, the 61 keys are used to test the sound over a wide range of octaves. It's more comfortable when gre both virtual instruments and want to move from a serious note of trs a high note. ca saves time.
    The keyboard is not hard to configure trs. The notice, although trs thin, is more than enough to understand its use.

    OVERALL OPINION

    Keyboard handy when using Reason and Cubase. Given …
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    61 keys
    USB powered
    16 Controller
    Possible to sustain an optional pedals

    For my use c sufficiently complete.

    UTILIZATION

    Touching the keyboard: if you want to play the Chopin drop immediately! Touch is absolutely rotten. It's really plastic. VLOC the keys is just right.
    In my case, the 61 keys are used to test the sound over a wide range of octaves. It's more comfortable when gre both virtual instruments and want to move from a serious note of trs a high note. ca saves time.
    The keyboard is not hard to configure trs. The notice, although trs thin, is more than enough to understand its use.

    OVERALL OPINION

    Keyboard handy when using Reason and Cubase. Given its reach, it is intended plutt people in the electronic style (like who does not need the keys VLOC) plutt that people who really want to play the keyboard.
    In my case it works well but if c'tait again I would take something else (I do not know what, I'd have to look any further notice) due to the touch even when.

    The pros: the report button / Price
    the assignable knobs 16.
    the power supply via USB is also handy.

    The -: a touch that leaves DSIR
    if you have no need for 61 buttons, it's really bulky
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  • Anonymous

    Evolution Mk-361cPublished on 08/01/07 at 06:43
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    - 61-note velocity-light touch
    - Pitch bend and modulation
    - 16 assignable knobs, midi learn
    - USB powered, plug & play
    - Price

    UTILIZATION

    -The key is more than enough for electronic music. the keys are not weighted, it's not a keyboard heavy, but the velocity and the answer is very correct. The bad reviews are from the wrong choice of master keyboard to "play the chopin"
    short, pianists, go your way!

    - Very simple configuration:
    one branch, we play. Allow the driver to install a better latency (almost zero with ASIO)

    Same for the knobs, midi learn function allows, with apps that support it (eg Reason), not to take the lead with the midi channels. you turn, it …
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    - 61-note velocity-light touch
    - Pitch bend and modulation
    - 16 assignable knobs, midi learn
    - USB powered, plug & play
    - Price

    UTILIZATION

    -The key is more than enough for electronic music. the keys are not weighted, it's not a keyboard heavy, but the velocity and the answer is very correct. The bad reviews are from the wrong choice of master keyboard to "play the chopin"
    short, pianists, go your way!

    - Very simple configuration:
    one branch, we play. Allow the driver to install a better latency (almost zero with ASIO)

    Same for the knobs, midi learn function allows, with apps that support it (eg Reason), not to take the lead with the midi channels. you turn, it assigns

    not need the manual almost

    OVERALL OPINION

    Use for 3 years, good reliability despite the appearance of cheap buttons according to critics. never had a crash at twelve o'clock config
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