M Audio prokeys 88

Discussion in 'M-Audio Keyboards' started by Iain, Apr 6, 2012.

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    Iain

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    Just tried out one of these beasts ... was looking to purchase but gosh was I shocked. The piano sounds are pants if using mono amp ... who isn't!! in a live set up ... keyboard felt fragile ... in fact if you hit it hard enough ( my style is a little rough) you can really hear the "crack" of the hammers .... not impressed ... any one else tgried it or the SONO?
     
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    Whoa. Nobody ever replied to this? I feel as if I should at least give this a go...even though the topic is kind of old.

    I haven't ever been super impressed with M Audio keyboards. I am considering purchasing a Axiom Pro in the near future so that I am able to run Reason and Ableton into it...but I haven't really made my mind up yet. My main keyboard is a Nord Stage Ex. There is one main difference between a Nord keyboard and every other keyboard on the market: Nord has SOUL. When you play a Stage it's like the keyboard is a part of you. Sounds weird...but it's truth in my case. I haven't been able to connect with another brand/model on the market in that way.
     
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    I was simply shjocked bearing in the price of the unit and the shear size and weight ... I've got a Yamaha M08 -which I love ... and it was a similar weight!!
    Not keen on M-Audio at all ... in fact would rather buy old used controller like A33 .....
     
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    Yamaha makes quality stuff, good choice! Anymore it's not really about what kind of keyboard you have, but one's ability with software/midi and all that.
     
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