Originally Posted by seen-da-sizer
I am interested in this as well. A simple 3-octave, no fuzz, full-size keyboard. That is 37 keys not 49 (as previously suggested) or 25! They seem do not exist. The closest so far was the Korg microKey:
This full-size with additional MIDI out would be perfect. Why do all these manufacturers copy each other with the same products (2 and 4+ octaves)
I have a Microkey paired w/ a Moog Slim Phatty
behind it, it is indeed really nice, no frills. The keys are excellent as far as minikeys go, mw and pw's are solid offer good resistance, and the octave buttons offer a few different LED colors for each octave (range is -+4, last octave is blinking red). Drivers are way more stable than the Akai LPK25
, too. Very tidy little controller. Really annoyed they didn't put a MIDI OUT on it, but otherwise I'd venture to say it is the most satisfying mini-MIDI-controller I've used to date.