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midiplus i61 USB MIDI Keyboard controller
- 61 keys full size sensitive key support 61 notes to output simultaneously Wheels: Pitch and Modulation Control units: Data Entry wheel and MIDI/Select mode toggle button
- Interface: USB-B interface(to send MIDI message or to provide power) ,Sustain Pedal interface, two MIDI OUT interfaces USB-powered,
- NOTE: Check User Manual on Technical Specification before use
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USB master keyboard with 61 full size dynamic keys, pitch bend and modulation wheel, LED display. 2x MIDI Out, USB bus-powered, connection for optional sustain pedal, includes USB cable. Dimensions: 920 x 75 x 215 mm, Weight: 3kg. Color: Black
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At the moment, this seems like an good budget MIDI controller. There are a few quirks to it, such as the typos on various parameters, and the lack of a manual, but the former is easily interpreted and the latter is available online. More egregiously, my ipad doesn't recognize this midi controller (at least in garageband). This may be an issue with my USB adapter, but I have used it successfully for midi controllers in the past. If something has a picture of an ipad screenprinted on it, you would expect it to connect better.
The keys feel nice so far, and they're responsive to my velocity. The drivers installed on my PC almost instantaneously, and after selecting it as a midi device in Reaper it worked without any hassle. The parameters I've adjusted (octave and midi channel) have worked so far, though the manual is a bit difficult to decipher as to what the others do. I imagine I'll figure that out with time and experimentation.
Overall, I'm happy with this purchase so far. I'm sure there are more professionally made keyboards out there, but they don't cost $85! For the price, you get a lot.
EDIT: I'm still using this controller, and it is still getting by. However, a few things I've encountered since the initial review:
1) some of the keys squeak A LOT. This started to happen after maybe a week of heavy use. It can be pretty dang annoying when recording yourself singing and playing at the same time.
2) occasionally, random numbers flash on the display. My best guess is that I'm hitting the keys hard enough to jiggle one of the two wheels or the slider. This hasn't affected performance at all, but it doesn't bode well.
3) I cannot get aftertouch to work at all. When I edit the "Aftertouch" parameter of the midi controller, it seems to just send constant aftertouch data at whatever value I set it to. This is incredibly useless, as I want to be able to add vibrato or pitch bends by pressing down the keys harder or softer after initially pressing them.
It's still working for me for now, but an upgraded controller is definitely on my wishlist.
Dislike a bit:: off putting the irregular gaps of the whites specially around the black keys, once you notice than you keep on noticing it