virtual keyboards?

Discussion in 'Sequencing Software' started by RAHXX, Nov 30, 2003.

  1. RAHXX

    RAHXX New Member

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    Does anyone know of any software virtual keyboards?, which allows you to use your computer keyboard as if it was a piano keyboard?.

    thanks
  2. Graeme

    Graeme New Member

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    Although there are such things about (and many midi sequencer applications include one as standard) I think you'd find it a lot easier and almost as cheap to buy yourself a proper keyboard midi controller. These are not very expensive and they are a lot easier to play.
  3. RAHXX

    RAHXX New Member

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    Thanks for your help, I'll look into that.

    cheers
  4. gallusmc

    gallusmc New Member

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    google for Caps2Midi ...it's a virtual Midi-Keyboard, works superb...but a real one is unbeatable ^^

    mfg
  5. RAHXX

    RAHXX New Member

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    cheers thanks alot, very much appreciated.
  6. gallusmc

    gallusmc New Member

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    np

    p.s. maybe you have to get the virtual midiport-drivers, but i think that they are included in caps2midi or shown on their page
  7. winkel

    winkel New Member

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    it worked for me too
  8. cripwalking

    cripwalking New Member

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    try aldo pianato

    its only 70 kpz with full midi instruments n play

    try getting da old version da new one keep buggin you about

    registring while the old version waz absoulute free

    http://www.aldostools.com/piano.html
  9. JayPlayer

    JayPlayer New Member

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    Cakewalk does that but it's only useful for putting in one note at a time.
  10. Slelnecker

    Slelnecker New Member

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    If you're not a Mac person, try Virtual Piano from AnalogX (www.analogx.com). Small, simple, free. I use it with the free Midi Yoke driver to play virtual instruments that do not have their own keyboard.
  11. CyberCat

    CyberCat Active Member

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    If you have Cakewalk, then you probably already have a virtual keyboard program. Try looking on your install cd.

    Other wise you can use the free one from analogx.

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