When it comes to the ever-evolving digital music landscape, there's always room for organizations to grow, expand and come up with new and exciting innovations. One such company is M-Audio. Since 1998, M-Audio has been specializing in the design and production of MIDI controllers, interfaces and keyboards, and today the M-Audio gear can been seen (and heard) on stages and in professional studios worldwide. They know the importance of musical instrument digital interface (MIDI) technology is to almost any sound application, which is why M-Audio keyboards and MIDI equipment is versatile, affordable and extremely easy to use.
It doesn't matter if you're a home-based sound enthusiast or a professional musician, there's an M-Audio keyboard and MIDI solution for you. For the amateur sound specialist who is building their workspace from the ground up, the M-Audio Keystation 49ES Ignite MK2 is a great entry-level controller keyboard to add to your studio. This 49-key synth action keyboard seamlessly integrates into any digitized music environment and features a simple out-of-the-box setup that can be mastered in minutes. Looking for more affordable, feature-heavy choices? Check out the Axiom AIR Mini 32 MIDI Controller, Oxygen 25 MK3 Ignite and the Keystation 49 II. All of these best-selling keyboard fit easily into the budgets of most sound gurus and musicians.
There are also lots of higher-end MIDI keyboards here as well, so if you've got more professional aspirations, M-Audio has you covered with keyboards like the Code 25 USB MIDI Keyboard Controller and the Oxygen 61 MKIV. Need accessories to go with your new keyboard? No problem - options like the USB MIDIsport 1x1 MIDI Interface or the Uno 1X1 MIDI Interface may be exactly what you're looking for.
With so many advances in technology, sound engineers and musicians alike have more opportunities to experiment with digital music than ever before. Applications are simple, straightforward a whole lot of fun to use and that's all thanks to innovative software offerings and equipment from companies like M-Audio.