Fatar / Studiologic TMK 88

Fatar / Studiologic TMK 88

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TMK 88, 88-Key MIDI Keyboard from Fatar / Studiologic.

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  • Manufacturer: Fatar / Studiologic
  • Model: TMK 88
  • Category: 88-Key MIDI Keyboards
  • Added in our database on: 05/26/2003

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Fatar / Studiologic TMK 88 user reviews

Average Score:4.7( 4.7/5 based on 8 reviews )
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Alany's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Fatar / Studiologic TMK 88
The price, the keyboard 88 keys semi-fleet, its weight and its simplicity.
In terms of connectivity is simple: 1 MIDI to control any external devices quips MIDI synth expander ... +++. You can connect a sustain pedal has impeccable work. And of course the power is rolling!


Touch the departure seems a little soft (when we usually touch synth it seems that this is the same thing) but after quickly found an interpreter fawn tation that actually approaches the piano touch, but always of course touching semi-Leste. I'm not a pianist, accordionist I (keyboard button) and I do a little comparison with an acoustic accordion and digital accordion, I have both and I found a touching equivalent between. At the Gnrale configuration, the selections MIDI channels, is the manual, I do not know because not used.


I've had 3 days, this keyboard is very well master, lightweight, black keyboard notes like a piano they do not shine comparatively arranger keyboard or synth, it seems to have a piano in the fingers (though I'm not a pianist). It gives the impression of being plastic, to be a toy, but soon as you play it's totally different. I use it when driving a Yamaha psr3000 and at the piano sounds, when I play on the psr or the tmk, There are a small difference in the tmk that gives you the feeling of playing the piano. I have studied the models of numriques pianos and keyboards masters internet because I sought a keyboard a little taller and feel a bit heavier than a synth to piano sounds and my choice is the Studiologic tmk 88. I have made my choice thanks provisions of the preceding review audiofanzine, thank you to you. My experience is novice, but after comparing the tmk 88 parat me very well, and time will tell.

Anonymous 's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Fatar / Studiologic TMK 88
A MIDI keyboard to very simple characteristics: 88 keys and virtually nothing else around. This is what I needed.
For some it will be a drawback for others an advantage (I'm one of them concerning the case of Fatar).

So apart from our 88 keys, there all the same a modulation wheel, what change bank and patch the slave machine (in theory because I never test and a MIDI output (I think that's all).


Considering the price of claiver (300 when I bought it but now apparently in the 200), the 88 keys are a rgal is also the only highlight of this keyboard.
Semi heavy touch more classic .... efficient and pleasant.

Vlocit the curve does not appear to be adjustable. This is very unfortunate because I would have liked something more powerful. You really send pat to reach 127 in vlocit.

The keyboard even in him (the keyboard part) seems relatively robust. I have 2 years and no worries that level ... but the rest of the bcane is more doubtful on the other hand. The chassis is made of a plastic blue / gray hilarious, whose appearance is hardly worthy of the dashboard of a Twingo! Its shaping frieze also joke (molding / bending as I had not seen in 20 years!). Beware if you install it on one foot X .... you will end up with a beautiful Fatar any camber because the plastic in question is .... soft (yes, like capsules kinder surpise) !! !dropoff window
The power socket simply does not, and the "button" ignition ncessite some concentration dose for manipulation (which asoci the concern of decision, gives us adr shoots adrenaline for the simple ignition phase of the keyboard ... "but damn, I appuy or not the ?!"


All these side dsagrments must not forget that al a good keyboard 88 keys (for the keyboard part) a very good price today. It certainly has flaws, but they are actually not that teacher ds when we are aware of.

With the experience, I think I would not remake this choice at the price o I bought (300) but cons, a 200 would have been yes.

Kando's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Fatar / Studiologic TMK 88
I purchased this keyboard for 88 essentiellment NOTES
and the absence of redundant functions!

The connection is very simple: A MIDI OUT
An outlet

On the front of calvia, there is a modulation wheel, the ON / OFF, and two Button to change BANKS!

I have set as 9, for the lack of pitch bend calf


Touch, is (for me) very nice, it approximates a touch of piano (approximates only!)

The manual is very clear (for the function can ...... anyway)

And what I like a lot is the extreme lightness and small size of the keyboard!


For about six months that I possde, the only conclusion for now is that I do not really regret my choice!
For 300 euros, I really possde a real keyboard, which allows me to play both the piano, drum set that battery!

STUDIOLOGIC Congratulations!

KoalaMan's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)

Fatar / Studiologic TMK 88
Master keyboard ultra simple, no display, buttons redundant, just buttons, a power button, two buttons bank and program change, and a modulation wheel (horizontally, in fact, quite weird).
In the words Kando, no pitch bend, but considering the usefulness of a pitch bend tural in gnral is not too Dranga!

Midi output and sustain pedals.

An entry for the power supply.

I wanted a small keyboard with the best number of keys / price, great!


Versatile enough to touch, semilest: a time when to cumbersome keyboard and at the same time sufficiently lightweight so as not to sinter the fingers when doing a bluesy mchante thumb down!

Manuel? Oh, yes there is one, but I do not know if it is clear, I did not open!

Keyboard really super simple, no unnecessary features.


I also have two other keyboards I jou synth touch on a lot of pianos numriques, rights and tail.

It is obvious that this is not a touching piano feel like a real piano, but for my use, it is perfect.

Touch is very enjoyable, very expressive, and not at all frustrating.

This keyboard is trs shallow, it also feels a little lonely on my big stand synth!

Only BMOL, it is a greyish rpugnante enough, but the poor can not have that quality!

Seeking for a heavy 88 keys on the cheap is the IDAL I Rasht no problem tomorrow if need!

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