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Korg microKEY 61-Key USB-Powered Keyboard - Black/White

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61-Key USB MIDI Keyboard
  • USB MIDI keyboard thin, lightweight, and USB-powered
  • Velocity-sensitive natural-touch mini-keyboard with excellent playing feel
  • Octave Shift and Key Transpose features access the full MIDI note range
  • Pitch Bend and Modulation wheels add expression to your performance
  • No need to install a driver; just connect it to your computer, and it's ready for use
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Product Description

Style:61-Key USB MIDI Keyboard

The microKEY61 provides a full five octaves while fitting in the same horizontal space as a full-sized 49-key model. The 61-key model is ideal for use in the home studio, while still satisfying the needs of a performing musician. microKEY61 harmoniously joins hardware with software by including the Korg Legacy Collection Special Bundle, providing software versions of five of Korg's most coveted synthesizers: the MS-20 analog monophonic synthesizer, the Polysix polyphonic synthesizer, the Mono/Poly analog synthesizer, the M1, and the Wavestation digital synthesizer, as a suite of 19 of Korg’s sought after effects plugins. The microKEY61 also serves double-duty as a USB hub. The two USB ports (Type A) allow you to expand your custom control center by adding on a Korg nanoPAD2 or nanoKONTROL2 or any other USB device. Also included are licenses* for Applied Acoustics Systems' Strum Acoustic Session, Lounge Lizard Session, and Ultra Analog Session as well as a license for Toontrack's software drum sound module EzDrummer Lite,* and a discount coupon* for Ableton's Live, Live Suite, and Live LE DAW software, widely popular for its sophisticated functionality.

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Style Name: 61-Key USB MIDI Keyboard
  • Product Dimensions: 37 x 4 x 8 inches ; 4 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 5 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • Shipping Advisory: This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
  • Item model number: MICROKEY61
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (125 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #21,262 in Musical Instruments (See Top 100 in Musical Instruments)
  • Manufacturer’s warranty can be requested from customer service. Click here to make a request to customer service.
  • Date first available at April 19, 2012

From the Manufacturer

  • Keyboard: 61 keys
  • Controllers: Pitch bend wheel, Modulation wheel
  • Octave Shift: -3~+3
  • Connections: USB: Type A (x 2); Type B (x1)
  • Power: USB bus power
  • Power Consumption: Less than 500mA
  • Dimensions: 850(W)x 139(D)x 54(H)mm
  • Weight: 1.71 kg / 3.77 lbs.
  • Accessories: USB cable, KORG BUNDLE SOFTWARE PIN Card


61-Key Micro USB MIDI Keyboard

The microKEY USB MIDI keyboard family has expanded! The perfect companion for PC-based music production or performance is now available with 25 or 61 keys, in addition to the original 37-key model. The microKEY is a compact USB MIDI keyboard that’s ideal for the musician who wants to assemble a convenient and compact music production system. All models feature the acclaimed velocity-sensitive Natural Touch mini-keyboard found on instruments such as the microKORG XL+ and microARRANGER.

In addition to the existing 37-key model, the lineup has been expanded with the addition of a supremely portable 25-key model, and a five-octave 61-key model designed for performing keyboardists. In addition to the bundled software and discount coupons included with the 25 and 37-key models, the 61-key model comes complete with a license for the entire Korg Legacy Collection, giving access to soft synth versions of legendary and popular Korg synths and Music Workstations. Using the KORG KONTROL Editor software (provided), you'll be able to customize the microKEY for your setup. You can choose from eight velocity curves plus fixed velocity (a total of nine types), and also specify the control change number of the modulation wheel or joystick, as well as specify their maximum and minimum values.

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53 of 53 people found the following review helpful By Donovan X on September 30, 2012
Style Name: 61-Key USB MIDI Keyboard
*****Update***** Barely a week out of warranty this keyboard started having USB connection errors. Soon after it completely stopped receiving power and became a brick. Multiple attempts to contact Korg about repairs have gone without reply or resulted in lengthy phone holds with unexplained "disconnects". I finally gave up and replaced this dead Korg with a Roland A-800Pro midi controller Roland A-800PRO Midi Controller. This microkey61 controller could not withstand gentle use sitting on my composition desk where it remained since un-boxing. I would not recommend or personally consider other Korg gear at this time given the poor durability and terrible customer service. One extra star is left on the review score simply for the still usable Legacy synthesizer software bundle.

---->Original Review
For anyone wanting a live performance keyboard with fully weighted, full size keys, look elsewhere. I only wanted a reduced size keyboard with smooth play plus 4 to 5 octave range that would not take up the entire composition work area. Setup for the microKEY61 was super simple on my Windows 7 64-bit PC. I unplugged the USB cable from the previous space hog and plugged in this one. Windows looked at it a moment and done. Opened FL Studio 10, scanned MIDI and selected the new option. No additional driver software was required to install. The keys have the typical springy feel of semi-weighted keys and are of course much smaller than full size keys. Unlike the "nano" sized units I tried, the microKEY spacing is adequate for my larger fingers to use without pressing wrong notes. My daughter, age 9, finds it preferable to full size keys and can more easily play many chords.
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32 of 32 people found the following review helpful By sunesis on December 2, 2012
Style Name: 37-Key USB MIDI Keyboard Verified Purchase
I was looking for a small, portable mini keyboard to use on the road, or just relaxing in my recliner and laying down some tracks on my laptop when I don't feel like going into my home studio and firing up all the equipment I keep there. This board fit perfectly with my needs. With 37 keys, it has a lot more range than the typical 25 key controllers, but it's not much wider than the full-size 25 key models. I was amazed at the feel of the keys. Obviously, they're not like my Axiom keyboard, but they're pretty darned good and nicely responsive, with the included Editor. And most of all, this little keyboard will fit on your lap or right in front of your laptop without taking up much space.

This is a well-built keyboard. Nothing feels cheap about it, and everything worked exactly as it should. I like the fact that is has pitch and mod wheels, unlike some other mini boards which have buttons instead of wheels. The other great thing about this keyboard is that you can get Korg's Legacy Collection for half price as a MicroKey owner. I found this to be a fabulous deal, since it saves you more than you'll pay for the keyboard. With Legacy, you'll get access to a whole batch of Korg's truly classic synths and sounds. I've found literally hundreds of good presets that I can use in my music. It's absolutely the best deal I know of for quality vsti's.

So if you're looking for a compact little keyboard, get this and then buy the Legacy Collection. You'll be glad you did.
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16 of 16 people found the following review helpful By Salem Beats on July 8, 2013
Style Name: 61-Key USB MIDI Keyboard
I'd like to write my positive review by addressing the few negative reviews that this product has received.

#1: "This product has no sustain pedal input."
This is true. However, if you're using any other MIDI controllers with your computer, you can hook up your sustain pedal to those controllers, and it will work with your MicroKEY. With that said, very few people actually USE a sustain pedal when playing anything other than piano and guitar patches.

#2: "This product doesn't provide enough power through its USB ports."
Did you really buy a keyboard hoping you'd get a USB hub? The ports provide enough power to hook up the other KORG "Micro" devices. Anything else that they happen to power should be viewed as a bonus. You should view the USB ports as a "freebie bonus" rather than a "major selling point" for the device. If you're alright with that, then there isn't a problem.

#3: "The keys are small."
I don't even really know how to address this one right now. This is a feature, not a bug. You're looking at a keyboard titled the microKEY. Could they have spelled it out any better for you? With that said, these mini-keys blow any other mini-keys you've played right out of the water, and they're great for playing fast synth lines that quickly move between one octave and the next -- namely, arpeggios and leads.

I hoped for years after the original 37-key MicroKEY came out that a 61-key version would arrive, but never thought it'd happen. Even though I own a Novation SL 61 mkII, I went out and bought the MicroKEY 61 as soon as I could because it's just so awesome at what it does.

Salem Beats
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17 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Megan on February 3, 2013
Style Name: 37-Key USB MIDI Keyboard Verified Purchase
I'm a musician studying music production. I lugged this around and used it almost daily last semester with my laptop and grew to love it. Hated the action at first (I'm a pianist; other instrumentalists may not mind so much) but I'm way over it. The Microkey37 suits my purposes very well.

Debated between this and the M-Audio Keystation Mini 32. So glad I went with the Korg. Those extra 5 keys have made a big difference for me. Besides, I watched video reviews for both products, and the Korg seems more durable. The Mini 32 bends (not as in pitch bend, but rather the entire keyboard flexes when stressed). They Korg seems much more solid.

The extra USB ports are super helpful. No sustain pedal jack--bummer. But copy and paste the following for instructions on how to add one: [...]

I ordered the Gator GK-2110 case. The keyboard fits just right width wise, thanks to the case's flexibility. Although it takes up the width of the case, it only takes up half the height. Perfect! My Mbox2 Mini, full size mac keyboard, and mouse fit nicely in the other half. It's all really a dream come true. Sound a little excessive? Well, for someone who's obsessive (OCD), it's really nice to have all that power and convenience stored in one case. All the components are light and so's the case. Best. Portability. EVER.

I can rely on this thing for operating Sibelius and Protools on the go. Hasn't let me down yet. I LOVE IT. Highly recommend it. Thank you, Korg! Woo-hoo! WELL worth the dinero.
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