With an iOS device you’re not only more connected than ever, but you also have an incredible amount of technology at your fingertips, especially if you are a musician. Connect an iOS keyboard to your system and you’ll be able to quickly create studio quality beats and music for yourself or to share with others. When you begin looking at the different options of iOS keyboards available, there are several important things to keep in mind in order to make your decision easier. Above all else, you should answer the simple question of what you actually want to do with keyboard. If you just want to tickle the ivories a little bit and record a few tracks, the LPK25 Laptop Performance Keyboard from Akai Professional or the Q25 25-Key Keyboard MIDI Controller from Alesis could definitely worth taking a look at. These keyboards simply plug and play, plus they are easily transportable so you can play them almost anywhere.
On the other end of the spectrum, if you’re looking for something a little more elaborate, there are also options available to consider. Keyboards such as the MPK25 Keyboard USB MIDI Controller from Akai Professional or the MiniLab Mini Hybrid Keyboard Controller from Arturia provide advanced features like pitch and modulations controls, banks of synthesizer sounds and performance pads for easy beat making capabilities. With so many features available, any of these iOS keyboards would make a great addition to your live show or studio session.