New guy here, needing advice on upgrading of keyboard


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Hi. im new here, juz sign up not long. Was looking for some advices in purchasing a better keyboard. Im an average keyboard player, who is interested in playing pop, rock, funk, blues and jazz. Ive been playing my dgx-620 for some time now. im contented with the functions it has such as graded hammer standard weighted keys, okay sounds, pitch wheel, great drum machine, split and layer. but i dun record much and i have a small studio rig at home with cubase studio 4, which i use the dgx-620 as a midi controller. but i was hoping that i could get something with better touch and better sounding instruments, and since i use my keyboard as a controller, hopefully maybe something with a mod wheel as well.
im not sure whether i shud get a midi controller or a keyboard. Because i can hook it up to my computer and get band in a box to practise with. Ive heard of great reviews bout studiologic midi controllers, but ive never tried on them before. If i were to purchase a midi controller, i would need something with great touch with both mod and pitch wheel.
For a keyboard, hopefully i can get something with better touch and better sounding instruments.
any suggestions will be greatly appreciated! thkz =D
 
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By greater touch, do you mean weighted keys or waterfall keys? If your piano player you want weighted keys.. for organ or horn sounds you probably want the waterfall
 
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S/He's probably given the keyboard away and taken up cross stitch, parkour or darts; disheartened by the lack of response to her/his first post.

All noble pursuits of course and worthy of 10 years' attention, at least. I wish you well, @l0u5y!
 

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