"@Elaquent: Yeah the looks I received trying to juggle the 404 and the Launchkey on my lap was jokes! [laughs]" "I’ve been using an iPad (and various apps) for a while, along with the Novation Launchkey. I’m doing some trial and error stuff to try to figure out something a little different." - Elaquentmore
This keyboard would be for someone who wants enough keys to play the piano (like me). Also for someone who doesn't want to spend a fortune on weighted keys or such (like me). If you prefer weighted keys maybe try looking at a different keyboard. But the everything on this keyboard is great. It integrates with Ableton well to so that's cool.
An Amazing MiDi controller that gives you a cool support with LOGIC and Ableton so You won't have to touch your keyboard almost and you can control your mix directly from the Responsive Pads given Above. Would highly recommend this. For Productions, I think thr 49 key would do the trick.
I use this as my master MIDI keyboard. It's not bad and it gets the job done but after a few months some of the keys have a different feel to the others which makes the feel of playing it less nice. I mean basically the resistance of the keys: some feel looser than others: they go down easier while others stay more stiff. The pitch wheel has always been a little clicky and cheap feeling too. I haven't used any other keyboard as much as this one though so I'm not sure if the way it has "worn in" is atypical. It comes with free Ableton Live Lite but I use FL Studio mostly.
Funciona con ableton (correctamente) a partir de la versión 9.1, tuve problemas con la instalación para que me funcione todo correctamente pero con el update de ableton se soluciono. Me gusta la versatilidad en cuanto transporte, Funciona muy bien, en relación calidad/precio es como muy bueno. No me gusta que las teclas no tengan peso tipo piano, y que sea de plastico, lo cual hace que se pueda romper mas facial en algún transporte a un show
Very easy to control Ableton with this controller right out of the box. The body, sliders, dials and pads for triggering clips feel sturdy enough. The keys themselves feel a little cheap. Everything functions well and you get what you pay for.