M-Audio Oxygen 49 Vs Novation Launchkey 49 Vs Samson graphite 49

¿Which MIDI keyboard is better of these (software included, utilities,customization, etc)?

  • Samson Graphite 49

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  • M-audio Oxygen 49

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  • Novation Launchkey 49

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  • Impulse 49

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Hello everybody. I'm going to buy a MIDI keyboard and I really need some advice because I'm not sure which one of these has better specs and utilities... I mean WHICH one can I have the most for the budget? Can you help me please?

Im interested in arpeggiator button, MIDI in/out, all that useful stuff...

BTW I heard most of these have automap, Im is still going to be able to personalize the knobs if I wan to?
 
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I have tried a Samson Graphite , it lasted a week and was sent back for a refund.
The best one I have come across is the Alesis Q49 which is basic without any rotary controls
but meets mind needs perfectly and has a nice keyboard action



All the best, Brian
 

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BTW, if you want or need a genuine MIDI port then you'll have to spring for the VI49.

The V49 has USB MIDI only.

Gary ;)
 
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If I were choosing for myself between the ones you listed, I would go with either of the Novation controllers, most likely the Impulse 49-- it doesn't have as many launch pad buttons, but it has assignable aftertouch, and as far as I know the Launchkey 49 doesn't have aftertouch.
 

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