MIDI Keyboard

Discussion in 'Sequencing Hardware' started by slbandgeek08, Feb 8, 2005.

  1. slbandgeek08

    slbandgeek08 New Member

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    Does anybody have any sugguestions on what type of MIDI Keyboards are the best? Cuz I want one but dont know which one
  2. Betty_Boop

    Betty_Boop New Member

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    It's like anything you wish to purchase. It all depends on the quality you want and the $$$$ you have to spend. I'm still using the old PSR 730 Yahama keyboard. I used a Cakewalk program to do any editing or sequencing.
  3. Zandro

    Zandro New Member

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    A major plus is when the keyboard is GM compatible, but really all you need in a keyboard is a MIDI_OUT jack.
  4. johnrowley

    johnrowley Member

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    If you are just using a keyboard to input info into the computer then as Zandro replies anything which is GM and touch sensitive with a pitch bend wheel is good enough. Does not have to have many octaves (keys). There are small 2 or 3 octave keyboards (or controllers as they are known) which a dummy keyboards but allow you to put the info into the computer. There is even a computer keyboard with keys attached as well!

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