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Our members also liked: I used the configuration for nomadic and sedentary, I can say that it is clearly unbreakable.
Log in Become a member. Anyway, just to save midi my ideas on the fly. I am satisfied it has served me well. Very little button and a fader joystisck a No because I have no need for knobs just a keyboard.
They are “Plock, Plock” every time we support it. Simple design and use.
Even abused at will. He is the lite version like the others but it is quite fun.
User reviews: CME M-Key – Audiofanzine
USB keyboard, blah blah blah. Most is the simplicity of use The least is not solid tout. The feel is stiff and the keys beaucoup.
Not at all pleasant, it’s all cheap plastic super light, I never said that the keys are semi weighted if I had not read elsewhere. It looks like a playing. For users of soft, my ibook the recognized directly without installing any drivers. What motivates me is unfortunately the price.
All user reviews for the CME M-Key
Request a new review. I have not already say that? It is basically indestructible. This is a keyboard touch “dynamic” type soft touch anything in fact, synth Very simple configuration in any case, one branch and strums.
The keyboard does not break bricks. Like what is a Swiss Army knife. My choice is therefore focused on this keyboard for my needs and price.
CME M-key 49-key USB Midi Controller V2
Paar slamming against the velocity is well controlled. Did you find this review helpful? I chose this keyboard because I needed a midi out that have not KeyRig m-ketlarge keys and a pleasant feel.
If so, any configuration con, but simple manual in English only buy from Thomann, maybe it plays? I needed a simple keyboard controller for Reason.
Fortunately the USB power supply in sufficient ad unlike other controllers that I’ve had in my possession because I m not used to c,e controller plug ins, but the hardware. I would add that the keyboard is super loud, I often working at night with headphones I could 49-keyy wake up the family with the sound of slamming keys, which is rather ridiculous Cookies help us improve performance, enhance user experience and deliver our services.