Novation’s first attempt at an 88‑note controller keyboard seems to get everything right.
Akai’s MPK Mini Play MkIII is a small keyboard with a dual identity.
Novation’s compact keyboard gives you hands‑on control of FL Studio.
Nektar’s LX Mini controller keyboard ticks all the right boxes.
Nektar keep doing what they do best: making solid, capable, no‑nonsense MIDI controllers.
M‑Audio go Pro with a new Oxygen controller keyboard.
M‑Audio’s trusty MIDI controller workhorse treads indefatigably onwards.
ROLI’s luminous keyboard offers MPE control and a very colourful way of working.
M‑Audio’s 88‑note controller significantly improves its bang‑per‑buck ratio.
With plenty of performance features, DAW control and programmability, have M‑Audio found the winning formula in the MIDI controller‑keyboard game?
Can £175$229 really buy you a usable 88‑note controller keyboard?
Arturia's KeyStep Pro puts sequencing and performance front and centre.
Need a flexible, on-the-go keyboard? Look no further...
The third generation Launchkey offers versatile control over hardware and software alike.
Arturia's budget keyboard controller offers tremendous value for money with its combination of an 88-note synth-action keyboard and a handy software bundle that includes the latest version of Analog Lab.
Is Roland's A‑88 MkII controller keyboard the perfect all-rounder?
Novation's latest LaunchKey Mini offers more features in a smaller package.
KMI's K‑Board Pro 4 offers one of the most cost-effective ways into the enticing world of MIDI Polyphonic Expression.
We see how the baby of the NI controller range measures up to its siblings.
Nektar's Panorama T4 takes their already impressive DAW integration to a higher level.
These new controller instruments make NI's tight hardware/software integration more portable and affordable than ever before.
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