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permian says

... I’ve used a few control keyboards over the years, and this is undoubtedly the best I’ve used so far …

Matt, I see on FB one of them forgotten and abandoned in the corner :D

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permian says

Remember to also take in concideration if you want weighted keys or not.

Well, for me, as a non-piano guy, semi-weighted is more than enough, as I decided.

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AlumoAudio says


... I’ve used a few control keyboards over the years, and this is undoubtedly the best I’ve used so far …
Matt, I see on FB one of them forgotten and abandoned in the corner :D

Hahaha, well spotted! Yes, that’s what the Axiom replaced. A dying, cigarette burnt, fluff filled, plasticy Studiologic TMK 88. Still great for full on Richard Clayderman piano solos though! ;)

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ClassicBeauty says

I have a Motif ES8 that has been through a few wars, but still works quite nicely. Love the weighted keys, but it’s a HORSE. The Motif has pretty decent internal sounds compared to some of the other controllers out there – but it all depends on what you’re looking for. There are much newer incarnations of this keyboard with the same action, which is where I may go next…

Good luck with finding the right board!

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