I want to upgrade and purchase bigger midi controller keyboard. I know about AKAI, Alesis, Korg,and M-Audio. However I came across the Midiplus Keyboard Controller. The price seems to be attractive but I don't know so much about it.
My question is does the brand name really matter when it comes to midi keyboards? Has anyone purchase Midiplus?
I got asked about the keyboard people could see in the various videos on microphones - it's a Swissonic 88 note master keyboard and it's got loads of faders and rotary controls, plus a set of drum pads - I've recorded what comes out of Cubase and what the mic in the studio can hear - make your own mind up.
This one came in from my luthier friend.
Halcyon Guitars http://www.halcyong…
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I was reminiscing today. Back in 1988 or 89 my brother in law who’s a handyman at all sorts welded this together for me.
Note my Alesis Quadraverb and Yamaha TX81z mounted as well. Keyboards are a Roland Jupiter 6 and a Roland D20. I think there’s a delay pedal on the Jupiter 6, I did use one though at one point.
Hey so Iv been having issues trying to use this allegro electric piano as a midi board. Now online it does say that you don’t need any software to make it compatible. Iv got it connected to my computer with a usb-b and it detects it but when I go into my daw(reaper) It Doesn’t show up in the midi controller
This song is done on the keyboard,
I haven't done any Mastering.
Been wondering whats the best way to plug everything:
Hi all, i just picked up a crappy bottom of the line midi keyboard to suit my broke ass recording needs and obviously the keyboard has no velocity control, when you hit a key, no matter how hard, it comes out the same volume, when recording in pro tools, is there a way to semi mimic the velocity of a piano or midi effect? i know pro tools has a random velocity setting but if anyone has any advice on using a midi keyboard with out velocity successfully i would really appreciate the feedback.
I'm looking for the amp mentioned in the title.
One person suggested a Roland kc110.
Any other suggestions? Comments on the Roland?
After getting in touch with Yamaha chat support about my DGX-650 electric piano, which is USB-MIDI connection and unable to connect to an interface, they tell me my keyboard is made to be compatible to my MAC, so there is no driver downloadable for my specific model.
I am also using the logic program, and I now my computer comes pretty set on removing latency, but I do still get it. I am using logic Pro X.