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MIDI Gear user reviews

  • Nektar Panorama P6

    Nektar Panorama P6 - "Almost everything at your fingertips. "


    Nektar Panorama P6 Quick Specs 16 encoders 9 45mm faders 1 100mm motorized ALPS fader 10 LED buttons 12 pads Foot switch jack Expression pedal jack Keyboard after touch Pitch bend and modulation wheel 3.5 color TFT Display Big …

  • M-Audio Axiom 49

    M-Audio Axiom 49 - "Axiom 49 Review by C-Los"


    M-Audio’s Axiom 49 MIDI keyboard controller is a great board! In my opinion, it’s probably one of the best out there. Producers who are skilled in playing piano gravitate toward this controller for the semi-weighted keys alone. I’ve seen many people …

  • Nektar Impact LX61

    Nektar Impact LX61 - "Impact 61 Review by C-Los"


    A great MIDI keyboard controller with all of your desired features is hard to come by today. Either they keys are too flimsy, or there aren’t any drums pads on it, or it has everything and it costs - everything! For my budget and my needs, Nektar’s I…

  • Samson Technologies Carbon 49

    Samson Technologies Carbon 49 - "A Controller for a Niche Audience"


    The Samson Carbon 49 is a new 49-key MIDI keyboard, most notably featuring a slot to insert an iPad for use with mobile software. The keyboard, while serving some functions excellently, is lacking in other areas that make the keyboard a perfect fit …

  • M-Audio Key Rig 49

    M-Audio Key Rig 49 - "A great MIDI controller for basic stuffs"


    I used M-audio Keyrig 49 with cubase 5 in a Windows 7 PC. The Keyboard has velocity sensitive keys. I personally like this keys for playing synth instruments rapidly. It has no advanced function buttons. It has one slider, octave buttons. …

  • ESI M4U XT

    ESI M4U XT - "true plug and play usb to midi 4x4 interface"


    Easy to use, plug in the usb and it installs itself on windows, providing 4 in and 4 out midi connectors that show up as midi channels which themselves have 128 channels each, allowing daisy-chain midi connection. Latency is very small. Usage indicat…

  • Keith McMillen Instruments QuNexus

    Keith McMillen Instruments QuNexus - "A pocket-size Swiss-army knife"


    I was looking for the smallest keyboard to use together with a macbook and be able to record melodies quickly with Reason (as well as some ipad synths). I first bought a Nanokorg (V1), which was inexpensive but terrible regarding the keyboard itself.…

  • Fatar / Studiologic VMK-176 Plus

    Fatar / Studiologic VMK-176 Plus - "Good weighted keyboard for home studio, the rest is okay"


    It's supposed to be a MIDI control keyboard, but it's far from the master keyboards of the '80s. 76-key weighted keyboards are (very) rare and that's why I chose it. I also have a CME UF80 and a Roland FP-3, and I've tested quite a few in stores …

  • M-Audio Sp-1

    M-Audio Sp-1 - "Works fine ... but it's noisy!"


    I have used this pedal with plenty of keyboards of different brands and have never had a problem to make it work. The only downside is that the mechanism is noisy: Every time you press the pedal you hear a loud "clack." It's not a problem if you play…

  • Samson Technologies Graphite 49

    Samson Technologies Graphite 49 - chromaticism's review


    The ultimate MIDI controller probably has it all in one package: a keyboard with piano-sized keys an decent action, simple USB connection, a wealth of assignable knobs and sliders, and flexbility for use with many DAWs. Price is always a concern for …