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    Native Instruments KOMPLETE KONTROL S25 Keyboard Controller With Komplete Select Software
    Your Price $351.12
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    Kawai VPC1 Virtual Piano Controller
    Your Price $1,627.12
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    ROLI Seaboard RISE 49
    Your Price $1,055.96
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    Akai Professional Fire FL Studio Controller with FL Studio Fruity Fire Edition
    Your Price $175.10
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    IK Multimedia iRig Keys I/O 49
    Your Price $263.99
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    IK Multimedia iRig Keys I/O 25
    Your Price $159.99
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    Nektar Panorama P4 49-Key USB MIDI Controller Keyboard
    Your Price $439.99
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    Nektar Panorama P6 61-Key USB MIDI Controller Keyboard
    Your Price $460.67
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    Presonus ATOM Production and Performance Pad Controller
    Your Price $131.96
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    Akai Professional EWI USB Electronic Wind Controller
    Your Price $263.12
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    Arturia MicroLab Smart Keyboard Controller
    Your Price $78.32
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    Keith McMillen Instruments SoftStep 2 MIDI Foot Controller
    Your Price $325.59
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    Alesis VI25 25-Key Keyboard Controller
    Your Price $157.52
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    Novation Impulse 61 MIDI Controller
    Your Price $351.99
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    Roland K-25m Boutique Keyboard Unit
    Your Price $87.99
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    Alesis Q88 88-Key USB/MIDI Controller
    Your Price $201.52
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    ROLI Seaboard RISE MIDI Controller
    Your Price $664.99
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    Nektar Panorama P1 MIDI Control Surface
    Your Price $263.89
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    Korg microKEY Air 37-Key Bluetooth MIDI Controller
    Your Price $149.59
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    IK Multimedia iRig Pads
    Your Price $131.99
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    Korg microKEY Air 49-Key Bluetooth Keyboard Controller
    Your Price $156.75
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    Studiologic MP-113 Dynamic MIDI Foot Controller Pedal Board
    Your Price $439.96
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    Korg microKEY Air 25-Key Bluetooth MIDI Controller
    Your Price $104.05
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    Studiologic Double Piano-Style Sustain Pedal
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    Keith McMillen Instruments K-Board USB Keyboard
    Your Price $87.99
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    Korg microKEY2 61-Key Compact MIDI Keyboard
    Your Price $165.43
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    Mogees Sensor with Intelligent Software
    Your Price $114.39
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    Akai Professional MPK261 61-Key Controller
    Your Price $347.51
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    Arturia KeyLab MKII 61 Keyboard Controller
    Your Price $439.12
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    Studiologic Mixface MIDI Control Surface
    Your Price $199.96
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Making music in the modern industry is a plugged-in proposition. Even traditional instruments are often connected to digital hardware, and keyboards have been using the MIDI standard since the 1980s. Today, you might use a MIDI controller paired with a sound module as your primary instrument, or simply to provide effects to go along with something else. Controllers can be integrated into a live sound system or a studio setup just as readily. MIDI pad controllers are a common tool for DJs, recording artists and studio engineers of all genres. You can use them to cue custom sounds and samples, from the simplest effects all the way to a virtual drum kit you can play with one hand. The main factors you should keep in mind when looking at a MIDI pad controller are the pad count and layout, as well as the configuration options. Make sure the controller has the number of pads you need, laid out in a way that supports your intended use. Probably the most common type of MIDI controller is the keyboard. Powerful live as well as in the studio, keyboards are useful for songwriters and performers alike. Where space is limited, you can use a compact, portable keyboard controller.

Or, if you need the full range of a real piano, look for a complete 88-key model. Some also have built-in pad controllers in addition to their keys, and some go even further with faders and dials that allow you to control studio software directly. Keyboard controllers may use piano-realistic weighted hammer action, lighter semi-weighted action or a rapid-fire synth action, so you can choose the one that gives your preferred feel. Beyond the pad and keyboard, a selection of specialty controllers give you even more options to tailor your studio. For example, if you're looking to set up a realistic digital organ, you can add an authentic pedal board controller. Or, if you play woodwind, you'll be in your element with a wind controller, which accurately models the subtleties of breath control. They also let you synthesize other instruments using the woodwind playing techniques that are already familiar to you. MIDI controllers are versatile tools for musicians of all kinds. When you make music for a living, these electronic instruments can be an important part of your setup. With the right MIDI controllers at your disposal, digital music production is as accessible and natural as you want it to be.

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