IK go pro with desktop and keyboard versions of their expanded UNO Synth.
M‑Audio go Pro with a new Oxygen controller keyboard.
New version features a 16-band vocoder and ships with a gooseneck electret microphone.
Ultimate Synth Selection will be delivered on a USB stick, and contains sounds modelled after the MS20, Polysix, Wavestation and many more.
The quintessential electric piano is back, with all the electro-mechanical charm of the originals plus new analogue processing options.
MkII keyboards feature drum pads, synth-action keybed and a built-in arpeggiator.
The celebrated Clavia stage piano continues to evolve.
M‑Audio’s trusty MIDI controller workhorse treads indefatigably onwards.
New British brand launches with compact and versatile semi-modular monosynth.
Casio claim that their newest Privia series digital pianos are the world's slimmest 88-note hammer-action keyboards.
Modal’s SkulptSynth SE packs an awful lot of synth into a very small package.
Korg’s Modwave is a wavetable powerhouse that can import Serum wavetables without conversion.
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.
We look at the technology and terminology that underpins all keyboard instruments.
With plenty of performance features, DAW control and programmability, have M‑Audio found the winning formula in the MIDI controller‑keyboard game?
New MkV MIDI keyboards boast Smart Scale and Smart Chord features, plus arpeggiator, note repeat and more.
Casio's three new keyboards are aimed at beginner and casual players, with the flagship CT-S1 employing the company's premium AiX Sound Source engine.
Korg’s Nautilus puts much of the functionality of the Kronos into a far more affordable instrument.
Latest instrument in the Nord Piano range features a second piano sound engine, and double the user memory.
Can £175$229 really buy you a usable 88‑note controller keyboard?
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