Nektar’s LX Mini controller keyboard ticks all the right boxes.
How does Roland’s Boutique version of their classic JD‑800 synth compare to the original?
Nektar keep doing what they do best: making solid, capable, no‑nonsense MIDI controllers.
Now in its fourth decade, Kurzweil’s celebrated K series continues to evolve.
The reborn Rhodes piano is a stunning showcase for British manufacturing.
Studiologic bring their A‑game with a seriously capable new stage piano.
M‑Audio go Pro with a new Oxygen controller keyboard.
IK go pro with desktop and keyboard versions of their expanded UNO Synth.
M‑Audio’s trusty MIDI controller workhorse treads indefatigably onwards.
The celebrated Clavia stage piano continues to evolve.
Korg’s Modwave is a wavetable powerhouse that can import Serum wavetables without conversion.
Modal’s SkulptSynth SE packs an awful lot of synth into a very small package.
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?
Korg’s Nautilus puts much of the functionality of the Kronos into a far more affordable instrument.
Can £175$229 really buy you a usable 88‑note controller keyboard?
A conquering hero returns to the fray after long years in exile. Does the new Prophet Rev 4 still have the power to take on the world?
The Cobalt 8 is a beautifully judged virtual analogue synth.
Korg’s Opsix takes FM synthesis to places it’s never been before.
Novation have injected the Bass Station II with a healthy dose of Aphex acid.
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