Korg microKEY AIR 61 Mini-Key Bluetooth Controller

Class-compliant, Bus-powered 61-key USB/Bluetooth Keyboard Controller with Mod Wheel, Pitch Wheel, and Damper Pedal Input
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61 Keys of Wireless Freedom

Ditch the cables and enjoy wireless freedom with a Korg microKEY Air MIDI controller keyboard! A first among the cool MIDI keyboards we've seen at Sweetwater, this Bluetooth-equipped controller can connect wirelessly to your computer or mobile device, providing you with about 30 hours of low-latency virtual instrument control with just a pair of AA batteries. Whether you run it wirelessly or connect via USB, this 61-key microKEY Air provides you with a full range of expression, without hogging desk space. Dedicated pitch and mod wheels, plus a sustain pedal input, also come in handy. Top it off with a sweet software package including titles from Korg, UVI, AAS, Propellerhead, and Ableton, and you can't go wrong with a microKEY Air.

Korg microKEY Air 61-key MIDI Controller Keyboard Features:
  • 61 Natural Touch mini keys let you play comfortably across 6 octaves
  • Velocity-sensing keybed makes it easy to add natural expression to your performances
  • Full set of hands-on controls includes a pitch wheel, a mod wheel, and octave selection
  • Runs for about 30 hours on just 2 AA batteries or USB power for wired use
  • Connect to your computer or mobile device via low-latency Bluetooth LE
  • Core MIDI compatibility provides plug-and-play compatibility with any Mac computer or iOS mobile device
  • USB provides all the power you need, even when connected to your iPhone or iPad
  • Plug in an optional sustain pedal (not included) for damper control
  • Includes USB cable and software from Korg, UVI, AAS, Propellerhead, and Ableton
Get awesome keyboard action and total wireless freedom with a Korg microKEY Air controller keyboard!

Additional Media

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Tech Specs

Number of Keys 61
Type of Keys Korg Natural Touch mini-keys
Other Controllers Pitchbend, Mod Wheel
Pedal Inputs 1 x 1/4" damper
USB 1 x USB Type-B
OS Requirements - Mac OS X 10.10 or later / iOS 8 or later / Bluetooth 4.0 (for wireless)
OS Requirements - PC Windows 7 or later
Power Supply USB powered / 2 x AA batteries
Height 2.13"
Width 33.46"
Depth 5.47"
Weight 3.77 lbs.
Manufacturer Part Number MKEY61AIR

Customer Reviews

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Nice little keyboard!

The touch if the keys is surprisingly responsive, very easy to control velocity from pp to fff. Lag over bluetooth is barely noticeable. Solid build quality. Nice portable solution for learning new tunes and casual playing.

Key size is only a problem if playing live

I bought this because I'm a guitarist first and pianist second. Not wanting to drop hundreds of dollars on a real keyboard I decided to set for this. It's great coupled with my iphone's Garageband for synth sound in a live setting or just to record! That said, be sure to get a sustain pedal! I showed up to play music for a youth retreat and the piano there was very out of tune. When using the microkey in place of a piano my fingers got fumbly due to the smaller size, and without a sustain pedal I was forced to use the "always on" sustain function in GarageBand, creating some really rough dissonance... All in all, it's a really great price and size for a midi controller, but don't expect it to take the place of your real keys/piano. AND be sure to get the sustain pedal!
Music background: Music director/music minister/gigging musician
See also: Controller Keyboards, Korg, Korg iPad/iPhone Keyboard Controllers, Korg MIDI Controllers