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Online Guide Workstation Keyboards
Hardware

 

Most manufacturers now offer their workstations as a product range with various keyboard qualities and sizes, typically a 61 note standard
ActionThe feel of an instrument, usually relating to the physical effort required to create and/or strike a note. On keyboards, it refers to the pressure required to press the keys - pianos often have heavier actions than electronic keyboards - while on stringed instruments it refers to the distance between the strings and the fingerboard.
action
, a 73 note semi-weighted
ActionThe feel of an instrument, usually relating to the physical effort required to create and/or strike a note. On keyboards, it refers to the pressure required to press the keys - pianos often have heavier actions than electronic keyboards - while on stringed instruments it refers to the distance between the strings and the fingerboard.
action
, and an 88 note fully-weighted
ActionThe feel of an instrument, usually relating to the physical effort required to create and/or strike a note. On keyboards, it refers to the pressure required to press the keys - pianos often have heavier actions than electronic keyboards - while on stringed instruments it refers to the distance between the strings and the fingerboard.
action
. This covers all bases, from those whose budget and space availability is in line with the typical home musician, to the professional performer wanting a ‘flagship’ instrument with a solid keyboard
ActionThe feel of an instrument, usually relating to the physical effort required to create and/or strike a note. On keyboards, it refers to the pressure required to press the keys - pianos often have heavier actions than electronic keyboards - while on stringed instruments it refers to the distance between the strings and the fingerboard.
action
that’s built to last, and from the ‘first purchase’ sole music creation tool, to the mother keyboard at the heart of a studio.

Roland Phantom Series

As with most modern synthesizer keyboards, the typical workstation comes with a complement of controllers including pitch-bend and
ModulationThe varying of some property of a waveform, usually in response to another signal. For example, in amplitude modulation (AM), one signal is used to vary the amplitude of another; in frequency modulation (FM), one signal varies the frequency of the other.
modulation
wheels, and mixer-style knobs and
FaderVariable level control in the form of a slider usually found on audio mixing consoles, allowing attenuation of audio signals, also used on control surfaces for control of a variety of parameters.
faders
, but these are often further enhanced with additional specialist features: Korg’s
KARMAKay Algorithmic Realtime Music Architecture: a system for realtime generation of complex arpeggios and other musical phrases, implented in the Korg KARMA and OASYS workstation keyboards.
KARMA
technology is now incorporated into most of their workstations and uses ‘variable performance modeller controls’ that allow the real-time alteration of characteristics such as tempo, complexity of phrase, and melodic direction; Roland’s unique ‘theremin-style’ D-Beam technology, featured in their Fantom series workstations, offers realtime manipulation of sound via an infra-red beam built into the top of the keyboard chassis - this can be routed to a range of
ModulationThe varying of some property of a waveform, usually in response to another signal. For example, in amplitude modulation (AM), one signal is used to vary the amplitude of another; in frequency modulation (FM), one signal varies the frequency of the other.
modulation
destinations, allowing you to create a variety of timbral changes as you wave your hand in the beam.

Controller

D-Beam Controller

 

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