M-Audio’s CTRL49 takes the Akai Advance control keyboard concept and adds DAW control.
Can NI’s new performance controller preserve Maschine’s status as king of the beat stations?
Behringer’s X-Touches offer affordable DAW control and tight integration with the company’s X-Air system.
The K-Mix squeezes a mixer, an audio interface and a MIDI controller into one very tactile box.
A fully-weighted master keyboard at this price is unheard of. Is the KeyLab 88 too good to be true?
Never one to rest on his laurels, Roger Linn’s latest creation aims to bring unprecedented expressivity to MIDI musicians.
Akai’s new controller keeps the design simple and the cost low.
ROLI’s new instrument further develops the technology of their revolutionary Seaboard Grand — at a much more affordable price.
Can new pads and a step sequencer keep Akai’s MPD pad controllers top of the class?
Ableton have released major new versions of their two flagship products, Live and Push. Live 9.5 is free to owners of Live 9. Meanwhile, and more importantly, there is a new Push controller.
Novation’s popular Launchpad comes of age with the new Pro model.
Akai’s Advance 49 is a tightly integrated controller/software package designed to bridge the gap between musician and computer.
With its familiar interface and enormous potential for expressive control, is the ROLI Seaboard the future of the keyboard?
I tested CME’s first Xkey 25-note compact keyboard for our March 2014 issue. Now they've added an extra octave and released the Xkey37.
IK Multimedia’s iRig Pads brings portable control to your computer or iOS device.
The Faderfox SC4 combines a capable MIDI controller with a step sequencer in one compact box.
A reboot of the first dedicated Ableton Live controller brings with it many welcome improvements.
Livid Instruments’ Guitar Wing might not get your Telecaster airborne, but it could be its perfect MIDI controller partner.
NI turn their hybrid expertise to keyboard design with an innovative controller for Komplete and Maschine.
What applications could this unusual control surface have for the studio or stage musician?
Can M-Audio's ambitious pad controller offer something new in the era of hybrid beat workstations?
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