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MIDI Gear user reviews

  • Akai Professional MPK mini

    Akai Professional MPK mini - "It just gets the job done"


    For over 8 years I made music with only my computer mouse and keyboard, but as time went by and my skill developed I felt it was time to buy a MIDI keyboard just to add a new dimension to my creation process. I decided to get a small keyboard to star…

  • Rocktron Midimate V2

    Rocktron Midimate V2 - "Great Unit but Quality Control an Issue"


    I just bought a Rocktron Midi Mate, had it shipped from the USA, plugged it into my Triaxis using a Rocktron 7-pin Midi cable and supplied phantom power (9VAC) using a Pedal Power AC into the Triaxis. Turned it on and everything just worked! Awesom…

  • Kenton Pro Solo

    Kenton Pro Solo - "Simple and Effective!"


    I have an old Yamaha CS15 that works with Hz/Volts (like most Yamaha/Korg synths of the glorious pre-Midi time) and most Midi -- CV converters on the market weren't really up to the task. That's why, when I saw an ad on AF showcasing this small wond…

  • Korg microKEY 37

    Korg microKEY 37 - "I love to use it"


    I love its compact size because it doesn't take up too much space on a desk. The keys are big enough to play them. Very easy to use. USB connections UTILIZATION Nice and responsive piano keys. I'm not a pianist, I have two pianos but only for b…

  • Evolution Mk-449c

    Evolution Mk-449c - "I made a Keytarn from it !!!!" has images


    I had an old an broken korg keytar that i kept and now it serve for parts replacement and then i saw that auction on ebay for the mk449c evolution keyboard and i knew that it will have to be mine. So i bought the mk449c and i adapted it an aluminiu…

  • Korg microKEY 37

    Korg microKEY 37 - "The best mobile keyboard for leads"


    It was launched in July 2013. I needed a small, 3-octave keyboard to accompany my M-Audio Axiom 49 (with the goal of playing pads and accompaniments on the 4-octave M-Audio but most of the leads on a small, sensitive, 3-octave keyboard with mini-keys…

  • Korg microKEY 37

    Korg microKEY 37 - "Good size and nice playing feel"


    I bought it due to its size. I didn't have the space for a 49-key keyboard, besides, I'm not a pianist. But 25 keys is not enough. The 37-keys format is a good compromise. The MIDI connection via USB is a good point given the built-in hub that I …

  • Swissonic MIDI-USB 1X1

    Swissonic MIDI-USB 1X1 - "It works with tonelab LE"


    I read the first post, I confirm that swissonic midi-usb interface works fine with tonelab LE. You have to follow this: UTILIZATION 1. Make sure yout tone lab LE is on, your computer (mac book pro is mine) is on, cable midi-usb connected. 2. B…

  • M-Audio Axiom A.I.R. Mini 32

    M-Audio Axiom A.I.R. Mini 32 - "Wait before you buy it"


    The reason I chose it: - The 32 keys (it's more than 27) - The promise of a smooth integration with GarageBand and Logic under Mac (that's what the shop assistant told me) - The cursor movement keys and the transport bar. - It isn't too big. All…

  • Akai Professional MPK25

    Akai Professional MPK25 - "Perfect!"


    The Akai MPK25 is an advanced MIDI controller, that features 25-key semi-weighted keyboard with aftertouch, MPC-pad section of 12 genuine MPC pads with pressure and velocity sensitivity, MPC pads access four banks each for instant access to 48 sample…