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Eirendin says

Hi guys. there is a need to buy a new midi keyboard but I have a limited budget of only $ 200 so I opted for two The first is the m-audio keystation es 61 and the second, Icon neuron 6. Maybe those who have a keyboard or you know of their owners please advise what is best to choose?

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Cryonics says

Personally I chose the “M-Audio Essential Keystudio” I think that’s enough for home use…

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Eirendin says

Thanks)

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Cryonics says

But if you are professional piano player, you need more of 61 keys… 88 keys will be fine . If you not, then 41 keys will be enough to record the parties in the sequencer “DAW”

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Cinquequarti says

But if you are professional piano player, you need more of 61 keys… 88 keys will be fine . If you not, then 41 keys will be enough to record the parties in the sequencer “DAW”

Totally agree!

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