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Old 19th November 2017
Gear Head
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In my opinion, you have to get TWO keyboards if you play live AND work with a DAW. The superior action you get from Roland, Korg, Yamaha, etc. keyboards, can't be compared to the inferior action of the M-Audio, Nektar, Akai, etc. keyboards, which have better features for working with your DAW. I have a Nektar Impact LX49+ that works quite well with SONAR Platinum for tracking on Pop, Reggae, R&B, EDM, and Hip-Hop projects. But for Gospel, Jazz, and Classical projects, I turn to my Yamaha P-120 or even my much lighter P-105. Of course my Yamahas also have speakers and sounds onboard so they're not just midi controllers.