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M AUDIO KEYSTATION PRO 88


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Technical Details
Item Weight27 Kg
Item model numberUS71020
  
Additional Information
ASINB0001N7SWE
Best Sellers Rank 147,706 in Musical Instruments (See top 100)
Shipping Weight27 Kg
Date First Available6 Feb. 2007
  
 

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Amazon.com: 3.9 out of 5 stars 13 reviews
33 of 33 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars NOT A PIANO, but a MIDI Controller 19 Mar. 2010
By Penny Teichmiller - Published on Amazon.com
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Many of you will find this quite funny, but hopefully there are some that will find it helpful. I bought this to use as a free standing piano. It is not one! It is a MIDI controller which only works with a computer or sound box as it doesn't have 'sounds' of it's own. It functions wonderfully as it is intended, but not a stand alone piano. The say 'bought learning is the best kind', well this is a lesson I won't forget. It was my fault for not better educating myself before purchase. I have decided to keep it and just hook it to my computer everytime I want to play. The people from whom I bought it were helpful and nice and it is again and excellent MIDI controller! lol.
17 of 19 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Great for an inexpensive 88 key controller 2 Dec. 2007
By R. Powell - Published on Amazon.com
this is the best 88 key controller I've used for all-around features in the sub$1000USD market. they keys aren't wobbly or cheap as another reviewer suggests, they feel like just about any other weighted synthesizer keyboard. velocity control can be tweaked to use different velocity curves, and the knobs, buttons, sliders, etc can all be assigned to custom midi messages. the editor software is not simple to use for a beginner, but allows alot of flexibility. I cannot comment on it's usb functionality as I have it connected to a midi timepiece.

I use this as my main controller in my "Budget" 20k studio. works great for just about everything that it's intended to do.
8 of 8 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars It's worked well for me 10 Dec. 2009
By Z. deScathach - Published on Amazon.com
While it's true that this keyboard does not have an action equaling a fine piano, I've never the less been using it live for several years, and no one has a problem with my playing. I like the heavy action, and I fell into playing it quickly and easily. Firstly the amount of midi control that this has is almost overwhelming. Complex splits can be managed with ease, and with 17 buttons, 24 knobs, and 9 faders, you can control just about anything. The buttons are in a straight line right above the keyboard for easy access, I can bring loops in and out without missing a beat. All of the controls, including the transport controls, are thoughtfully placed with the performer in mind. The bottomline is, if it broke, (knock on wood), I'd get another one. I love my pro 88.

Oh. And the price. The price.
9 of 10 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Great Controller 18 April 2009
By Abe Froehman - Published on Amazon.com
I've had this controller for a couple of years now. The action was a little stiff for the first month but after that "break in" period it plays well. My only gripe is that it's doesn't snap back quite as quickly as a real piano. But unless your playing a lot of Chopin or Liszt on a regular basis it plays fine.

I've used for both recording and live use and it does quite well with both. It's construction is a both good and bad for live situations. It's quite sturdy but it's a bit heavy to lug around.

I've found it's interface excellent for recording. It's faders cab fairly easily routed to be used as a mixer in programs like Cubase. Have transport controls on the keyboard make it much easy to record takes on your own.

Overall, I'd recommend this keyboard.
6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Killer Controller for the Modern Musician 27 Aug. 2009
By xiao ma - Published on Amazon.com
I purchased one of these over three years ago and it still works great with daily use. I've spent most of my life playing on pianos and haven't had any issues with the action, feel, velocity, etc. of the Keystation 88. If you're looking for keys that feel like a Bosendorfer Imperial Grand, keep looking (and good luck). But, if you're in the market for a high performance full-sized keyboard loaded with lots of midi control capabilities (for a great price), I highly recommend this controller. It's hard to beat in terms of value, functionality, and durability. You won't be disappointed!

(I'll be taking it with me on tour this fall, it's that reliable)
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