New Midi keyboard
andrewtarpinian at gmail.com
Tue Jul 12 02:31:07 CEST 2016
From what I've seen NI is becoming a bit of a standard in a lot of studios - you get nks support for NI and Arturia plugs out of the box, others as well, uhe I think, I have not tried yet. I think it can host any 3rd party plugs without nks now as well. The arp and chord features are really handy for getting ideas - in fact I love them just for learning new chord combinations, I make note of the keys from the lights, then turn off the feature and play things in manually.
When I played with the new (amazing) update to the Arturia plugs and the KK, it made me think about selling a lot of hardware.
I don't love the actual keys though, it's a perfectly usable, good keyboard but I found on the ends they can be a little noisy/creaky, I had two 49 key units like this - I think it's just the 49 that has this issue.
> On Jul 11, 2016, at 6:04 PM, Mikael Hansson <forums at deadmengods.com> wrote:
> My old Studiologic 161 from 1997 needs to be replaced (only lower half is working) so I’m doing some research…
> I’m looking into 61 keys, aftertouch, midi. I’d prefer wheels but the touchpads on the NI model could be an acceptable tradeoff. The sound selection/handling is of low priority.
> The options so far seems to be:
> Arturia Keylab 61
> NI Komplete Kontrol 61
> Akai Advance 61
> Any pros and cons to share?
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