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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
^ The idea is, she will use her pc or my wife's Ipad to play creating beats, and korg mk25 fits, ta!
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.
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?
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.
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.