Low profile controller with sequencer command built in.
KeyStep is a new breed of portable musical tool combining the functionalities of a keyboard controller with a polyphonic step sequencer to control both analog and digital devices.
Really useful for people that, like me, travel a lot, plug it into your laptop and play perfectly neat! its small keys does not impact the feels that is really really great. Aftertouch, Arpeggiator and Sequencer add some useful features; also MIDI, USB, CV and Sync connettivity are featured!
I searched high and low for a MIDI keyboard that was 1 - affordable, 2 - was USB powered, and 3 - had MIDI inputs and outputs. This successfully achieved all 3 of those items I wanted in a MIDI keyboard. Some people say it feels "toy-like" (I've heard this in a YouTube review) but I strongly disagree. I think it feels heavy and well built. This is a great bargain.
This cheap little gorgeous keyboard comes with a 64-step polyphonic sequencer with up to 8 sequences onboard and an arpeggiator. While running the seq/arp you can play over using another midi channel so this little baby can control two devices simultaneously. It has midi in/out, sync in/out and cv/gate/mod out in addition to usb. It is usb powered, and can be powered by my iPad as well as my Samsung Galaxy S7. With the Midi-control software you can change additional options as well as make sequences using a piano roll, and save them externally.
If you're looking for a small midi-keyboard it's hard to find anything as feature-rich as this one. The build quality is impeccable and it looks really good. It has every connection possibility you could want and with the arp/seq on board you it's a winner!
Perfect for Volcas.
I have three of these. The keys are not mini keys so if you have big hands and fingers like I do you will not have a problem. Velocity, aftertouch, arp, and a sequencer. What more could you want at that price point?