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As a USB keyboard, this one has quite a few crazy, unusual features (chord and arp, for instance) but it does not come with the midi cable (remember, here its not a straight normal din to din midi cable- its some wacko mole 3.5 to midi thing, so it should be supplied with it no questions asked). what i am saying is it is a mixed bag... it needs to have the specialist midi cable with it cos trust me, its still not obvious what it uses. also, i dunno if thats the prob, or something else. i do like how it sorta has its own id key or whatever stuck to it, so there is a bit less nonsense registering it, but it needs its midi cable thing sold with it! its not rocket science, novation- just think of the buyers you wanna sell your stuff to. not a strange idea at all, just make sure it works out of the box, without any bizarre glitches or need for software or firmware edits or anything.
I bought this because of the Ableton integration but find myself going back to use keyboard and mouse because it is a lot quicker. There are many features on this keyboard which i personally dont use despite thinking I might use them after watching YouTube videos. I do not use the drum pads, the arp or chord modes all of which sound good on paper but you just end up having to click lots of buttons but can do a lot quicker in Ableton. If only you could design your own ideal features.
For the price I think you are getting a good midi keyboard controller that works well with Ableton. What I do not like is the dynamics of the keyboard. The difference in velocity from soft to hard hits have very little nuance compared to what I've used from the likes of m-audio in the past. Perhaps there's a way to calibrate it but I've not discovered how to do that just yet.
Lo compré principalmente para usarlo con el iPad, buscaba algo portable y ligero para llevarlo en la mochila. El problema es que no tiene modo bajo consumo por lo que requiere de adaptador y alimentación o bateria externa. Para el uso que le iba a dar me fastidia tener que acarrear con adaptadores y power bank.Culpa mia de no haber investigado más, lo he devuelto.
Los materiales y sensación en general son de poco resistentes y poco duraderas, especialmente la de las teclas. Por lo demás, las funciones son bastante completas, intuitivas y la conectividad es correcta.