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Holger B., 14.06.2016
That was my first thought when I opened the cute little green-yellow wrapper and a tiny 2? Octave keyboard came to light. It looks like a children's toy. My 2-octave keyboard with standard buttons is at least 2x as big and heavy! The processing is irreproachable, the plastic housing is stable and torsion-resistant with very good slip-resistant rubber feet, the ModWheel, Bender and Volume Slider, can be moved comfortably and precisely. Miditech has arranged the transposition buttons optimally, haptically well and illuminated in wise foresight that I always play only in A minor. The white keys can be played with my short fingers without blame, but with the black, it becomes hakelig? The pressure points lie rather behind, together with the brevity provides for the one or other emergency situation. I would like to play a finger in as minor, but an occasional black button is a good thing to do; And there are the well arranged tranposition buttons. The attack dynamics is problematic, it is actually impossible for me to play precisely dynamically on it. Also haptisch is not so the Bringer, the thin plastic of the keys is already sufficient to play, but under pressure but slightly wobbelig. With me, they always only release maximum, so between 114 and 127, only when I tear myself together and touch the button gently like a spring, then I hear from time to time a quiet tone. After a few days of habituation it became better, but it remains imprecise. For me this is ok, because I like to play with full velocity dynamics, and even make a midi filter in front of the virtual instrument, which I can now omit. Under MacOSX El Capitan and LogicProX on a Powerbook13 Retina, it is immediately recognized and automatically set up and makes his job really good. This is to give me the powerbook and the usefulness of my little Casio, because I like the - the things force you to remember the musical basic idea (who trio knows what I mean :-). There are also software-like features such as the DAW Samplitude Silver X2, Softsynths, and even a small notation program, which will delight many a beginner's heart. This is the sweet little thing any Casio far superior, it makes every electronic data processing device as well as tablets to a gigantic super Casio with everything to DAW software, what the heart desires. In itself sweet and super, but a pity with the cheap keyboard! I wanted a professional deluxe version of it with aluminum housing, chic Apple design, metal or carbon keys and aftertouch. For that I would like to pay the triple.
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