Fatar / Studiologic TMK 88

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

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KoalaMan 03/01/2005

Fatar / Studiologic TMK 88 : KoalaMan's user review


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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!