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^ The idea is, she will use her pc or my wife's Ipad to play creating beats, and korg mk25 fits, ta!
that microkey requires a computer to make sound. the yamaha above will make sound as a stand alone and serve as a controller, not just a controller. if you want a high end controller synth, you'll go over your budget. but there are dozens to be suggested in the making beats thread starting with a microkorg
Get her a Korg Micro Key
It's a midi controller keyboard that works with ipad or computers. It will allow her to play her favourite apps via a real keyboard.
I'd get her one of those keyboards and an iTunes voucher to buy some great apps.
- Arturia iMini
- Korg iMS-20
- Yonac Magellan
- Cassini by iceGear
- Korg iPolySix
Feck buying a hardware keyboard with a fixed amount of presets.
Might want to double-check with someone smarter than I, but I used to have an Edirol keyboard that worked well - they come in a variety of cost flavours.
Δ I have already seen this CASIO key... I am noob on this question, am i able to connect it to a pc and use it for input?
Not really clear what you are looking for. Are you looking for a usb connected keyboard that also plays music as stand alone?
akai lpk25 Check out this midi controller. May help direct you a bit. Possibly your price range, but not sure what it sells for in europe.
I'm in the market looking for a keyboard for my oldest daugther (11 years old), she loves music and plays a lot with a pair of Ipad apps for to creating short cling, clang, clung (LOL) type sound bits.
I installed on her computer a on-screen keyboard, but now, i wish a "physical" one.
Wich are the best intro-level alternatives? I've been looking at CASIO ones... but i need something that she can connect to her pc and do mixes, etc.
I did not know a shit related to this field, whereby, help me on this peeps.
* Price tag, around 60 Euros