My opinion of the value is a good one. I haven’t had any problems yet. It has programmable wheels – usually for pitch and modulation, and has a ton of other programmable knobs, dials, buttons, and faders that will control different things in different situations. Nice hammer action keys, pretty sturdy built controller. Also, the amount of programable buttons and faders certainly helped me decide on this unit. Mholla January 0-, The characteristics that motivated my choice were the 88 weighted keys and the price.
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I also use other hardware. I wanted an note keyboard that provided a heavier playing feel than a synth.
User reviews: M-Audio Keystation Pro 88 – Audiofanzine
Feels really heavy for a MIDI controller, so it must be pretty well built. The Keystation Pro 88 is the center of my studio as well. Plus the price is a little high for a midi keyboard like this when there are a ton of others on the market that will suite you better.
The manual does explain how to keeystation that though.
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keystatiion Our members also liked: Works well with Digital Performat 4. Write a user review. Sort by most recent most useful. Seems pretty damn solid to me.
If you’re looking for kehstation real piano feel, buy another instrument. All in all though, these things make little difference to me, the unit works great and well What I don’t like about it is I have noticed some poor craftsmanship. Like alot of other users have stated, the combo between this and Propellerheads Reason 3. The manual that came with it was pretty sad actually, Not to mention the software that came with my version was corrupt and i never did get to try it. You mine as well go with one of the M Audio Axiom midi Keyboards.
Their are midi keyboards and are not intended to feel like a real piano. A match made in heaven. keytation
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It has weighted keys, which makes it feel more like a real piano, and while it has a ton of parameters, I usually don’t end up using too many of them as I like to control my virtual instruments within the box. Did you find this review helpful? You can control anything you’d like when it comes to pgo this with a computer.
The keyboard seems well built. The playing feel is heavier than a synth but not too heavy, which means you can reach the highest velocity level without having to hammer on the keys.
Also, the amount of programable buttons and faders certainly helped me decide on this unit. I have played better weighted keyboards and this one does a pretty good job, but for the price, its hard to complain. The keyboard is also amazingly light when you take into account that the keys are semi-weighted. It is usb bus powered which is very helpful. M Audio fell short with this board with trying to make it have a real piano feel to it.
The biggest problem I have encountered is the velocity sensitivity oro a little substandard. It also works great for controlling rack modules if you want to use this on the go.