OT Recommendations on Midi Keyboard 32-37 key- semi-weighted
len-morgan at crcom.net
Mon Feb 25 07:47:27 EST 2008
Look at m-Audio's products (especially the Oxygen line of controllers).
m-audio.com. My recording studio has lots of m-audio equipment and I
never have a problem with it.
> We're in the market for a new small USB midi-keyboard.
> this will be used to "document" simple song tunes... I only need 32-37
> keys to get to G below Middle C and E above...that's enough for the
> average vocal range.
> I'm interested in anyone's recommendations on brand... not necessarily
> features: something solid, well built, I look for "trouble free,
> doesn't break" first... semi-weighted keys preferred.
> e.g. the
> Edirol PCR-300 32-Key USB/MIDI Keyboard Controller
> Korg MicroKontrol 37-Key USB Controller Keyboard
> look good but are way over kill for my needs as we don't really
> intend to make music with this thing... I just want to set Garage band
> to "Bamboo flute" and tap in some simple tunes to nail down melodic
> I would like to get in at around $150.00 if there's anything in that
> price range that is decently built. I don't need a wide range of
> On the other hand if < $200.00 only buys trouble, we don't want to go
> Email me off list if you have any recommendations for an inexpensive
> but still solid midi input key board that will work on a Mac with
> Garage Band...
> use-revolution mailing list
> use-revolution at lists.runrev.com
> Please visit this url to subscribe, unsubscribe and manage your
> subscription preferences:
More information about the Use-livecode