Korg microKEY61 with Legacy Collection Reviews4.5/5.0 based on 5 customer reviews
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May 1, 2013Music Background:
Great softwareWhat very impressive software so many and useful sounds a must have for those who use software synths and korg knows about synths.
February 28, 2013Music Background:
With included Legacy Collection, this bundle is a stealGreat for desktop studios. My personal experience is that the keys did not take long to get used to, and that the soft synths deliver as one would expect with a collection of this caliber. The Mono/Poly has been particularly useful for me, but not exclusively as they all have their qualities. You know what you're paying for, and the product excels.
February 12, 2013Music Background:
Korg micro key 61 + Lagacy CollectionKorg micro key 61 with Lagacy Collection
I saw it at firstly (I mean Legacy Collection) two years ago at Sweetwater catalog, downloaded plug-in. Now comes with a micro key 61, but I only use that. A questions to Korg manufactory – Why not put also the M-3 and Kronos as a Plug in software, at a reasonable price? Would be fine for many of us (Producers).
December 9, 2012
Best mini key on the market!I love the way this feels. Ever since I found this keybed on the MicroArranger I always wanted something compact but still with the all important feel and durability of a full sized keyboard. It's pretty much plug and play and the fact that it comes bundled with the legacy collection is always a huge plus. My only gripe is that one of my computers simply won't recognize the thing. It works fine on my laptop and even my ipad, but my desktop won't single it out as a midi device. Would have been 5 stars if not for that little hiccup.
from Long Island, NY
January 2, 2013Music Background:
Korg microKEY61Nice action mini 5-octave board (I also own the 37-key version), action is solid and very responsive, mod wheels feel great. Construction seems substantial. Either you can play the smaller scale keys or not - they don't really give me trouble. The lack of controller pedal input is a foolish mistake on Korg's part - some of us still like to play piano, for pete's sake. I actually use this as a third board in my live Mainstage rig and can get around it, but sitting at my home computer and working on something, a sustain pedal would be nice - and I'd be giving it the full 5 stars.
One other matter, the idea of the USB hub inputs is great - until you actually try to use them. Even a flash drive will give me a 'not-enough-power' message. Too bad, but now you can use that space for a pedal input, Korg. Or, give me a USB sustain pedal to plug into it and all would be forgiven. ;-)