Hello everyone. I am new here and am a novice keyboard player. Im a guitar player first but I love electronic music and i wanted a workstation mainly to use as a decent drum machine but also to have fun with and learn some things about synthesis and playing piano. So a couple years ago i bought a Korg Microstation. They only made them for a few years. After mainly using the unit for drum tracks for i have gotten really into using the sequencer of late and Ive been exploring all the different timbres and sounds that are offered. Im having a blast and im beginning to get much better at piano playing. The problem is that this thing is so tiny and the keys are so small. Its like a little toy. I am also a pretty large person with big hands and while i am sort of used to they keys at this point i know that i would greatly benefit from an 88 key full size keyboard. I have read about using a 88 key full size midi controller instead and using the korg as the source. I understand this in theory but the problem is i have no idea what MIDI even is. If someone could explain the very basics that would be great. How would this work? What would i need to do this? Just the midi controller and some sort of cord? And the Microstation is a miniature 61 keys. So if i midi out to the 88 key controller will it onky work on 61 keys? Or will the sound spread to higher and lower notes to fill 88 keys? Im confused about all of this.