The M-Audio Keystation Mini 32 from Avid is the ideal choice for players on the go. Designed by the company that pioneered mobile music production, this ultra-portable keyboard delivers unmatched playability in its class. Simply plug it into your ...
The M-Audio Keystation Mini 32 from Avid is the ideal choice for players on the go. Designed by the company that pioneered mobile music production, this ultra-portable keyboard delivers unmatched playability in its class. Simply plug it into your computer or iPad and perform two-hand parts with 32 great-feeling, low-profile mini-keys. Customize the keyboard sensitivity to your playing style with highly musical velocity curves—including one specifically for drum programming. Control your performance with four assignable controls, including a rotary knob. And easily play and write music using the included software. With USB bus power and plug-and-play functionality, Keystation Mini 32 is the easy way to create and perform on the go.
If you love to create music while you are traveling or if you need to go away from home for some days, this little controller could save your craving for playing music at all. The system is totally plug-n-play with my Mac and it saved me a lot of times when I stayed many days away from home. I hope to see an improved version of it soon with maybe a bluetooth interface so I can play it wirelessly on my Mac
I use it when I have to travel and for now it's a pretty good and affordable Midi Keyboard, although the keys might be a little bit fragile and the black ones seems to be way more sensitive than the whites, I'm not sure why. I bought it at a music store in Paris for 35€ which is ok, I'm not sure about its durability but well it does the job for now.
I bought this M-Audio keyboard to do some live stuff and play in notes in my tracks. Eventually I didn't use it that much, because I wanted to play on a bigger range. The keyboard is quite cheap and feels like that too. But for travelling it is amazing to use.
I bought it dirt cheap because it fit in a tiny strip of space left on my desk. The minikeys are not great but for what I use it for it's fine. Octave buttons are great, but I wish there was a joystick or something (like the Korg NanoKey) instead of 3 buttons for pitch and mod. Overall though it's great for traveling and the 32 keys do make a difference over 25 (though it's weird that the half octave is on the top rather than the bottom like most).