Ta Horng MidiPro
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Ta Horng MidiPro

MidiPro, Other MIDI Keyboard from Ta Horng.

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FredT 05/24/2001

Ta Horng MidiPro : FredT's user review

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49-key synth-style dynamics.
Knobs pitch bend and modulation.
Sustain pedal optional.
One MIDI output.

UTILIZATION

Touch is relatively comfortable, at least true to what we expect from a keyboard "synth".

The configuration is very simple. Each function has a corresponding button (reverb, chorus, volume, velocity, transpose, program change ...).
Once the function selected, a slider allows full control of the parameter.

The manual is "spartan" but adequate given the ease of programming.

OVERALL OPINION

MidiPro This is a good keyboard to begin Music. (I use it since I started ...).
Immediate access to key MIDI settings allows beginners to quickly master the device without losing several nights to understand the operation. I have since bought a Roland A-33 is a different kettle of fish!

The only regret is that he has only 49 keys! (Luckily you can easily transpose + / - 3 octaves).

In my case, keyboard master Ideally a mix between the A-33 (for the keyboard / touch) and MidiPro (for direct access to functions).