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Lachnit FLK MK2 Studio 88
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88-Key MIDI Keyboard from Lachnit .

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  • Jog72Jog72

    The keypad 88 notes I dreamed

    Lachnit FLK MK2 Studio 88Published on 08/23/13 at 15:09
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Keyboard feel very upscale wood.
    Precision keyboard with dedicated optical system that records the speed of typing.
    The only keyboard in the world with aftertouch and touch wood!
    Minimum space for a keyboard 88 notes (almost the same size as the Nord Stage 88).
    Reasonable weight (22kg) for a keyboard 88 keys which makes it transportable.
    4 footswitch inputs.
    Austrian manufacturing.
    Can be customized (I paid mine a little more expensive than € 3,990 for an all-black version).

    UTILIZATION

    I play regularly on fourth acoustic grand piano of Kieffer brand that has a very good momentum.
    With the keypad Lachnit FLK MK2 Studio 88 coupled with a very good virtual instrumen…
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    Keyboard feel very upscale wood.
    Precision keyboard with dedicated optical system that records the speed of typing.
    The only keyboard in the world with aftertouch and touch wood!
    Minimum space for a keyboard 88 notes (almost the same size as the Nord Stage 88).
    Reasonable weight (22kg) for a keyboard 88 keys which makes it transportable.
    4 footswitch inputs.
    Austrian manufacturing.
    Can be customized (I paid mine a little more expensive than € 3,990 for an all-black version).

    UTILIZATION

    I play regularly on fourth acoustic grand piano of Kieffer brand that has a very good momentum.
    With the keypad Lachnit FLK MK2 Studio 88 coupled with a very good virtual instrument is seriously approaching the same sensations.
    In fact, with good headphones on and Ivory Steinway D, I think I have fingers in a real piano again with very good pickups.
    The dynamic is not as high as with a real piano but the keyboard is very accurate, touch wood makes the game very enjoyable and having a sound virtual piano tuned to perfection a lot of fun.

    I also rediscovered my virtual sounds Rhodes with this touch wood.

    OVERALL OPINION

    Since I have this keyboard, touch my Yamaha KX88 seems soft. The touch of my Kurzweil PC3X is lively but leaves an impression of touch "plastic". This in from Fatar (TP40L) is also the same as found on the Clavia Nordstage 88.

    I had the opportunity to test the Roland RD 700NX which has a very good touch but unfortunately without aftertouch.
    The Korg Kronos 88 note has a very very decent touch also (with aftertouch), but once we tested wooden keys, it's hard to return to the all-plastic ...

    I put aside voluntarily keyboards whose weight is 30 kg or more as the new Kawai VPC1 because for me it is at the limit of transportable.

    I had previously tested the Studiologic Numa Nero using the model key Fatar TP400 wood from home as FLK Lachnit. This is why I bought it without testing directly.
    The difference lies in the fact that contacts with Fatar are replaced by a more precise optical system.

    In summary, I think this tool is for people who are willing to put at least € 3,000 in a keypad and who already have a laptop with very good virtual instruments *. To me, they now surpass the hardware and is scalable. For a little more than the price a Clavia Nord Stage 88, we are left with a course without sound module with an integrated keyboard but touch wood none.

    In short, I do not regret my purchase!

    * Main virtual instruments:
    Ivory (www.synthogy.com)
    VB3 (www.genuinesoundware.com)
    Scarbee Vintage Keys (www.native-instruments.com)
    Neo-Soul Keys (www.neosoulkeys.com)
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