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Scan code: LN46687 Manufacturer code: MICROKEY-25

Korg MicroKey 25 USB MIDI Keyboard

Korg MicroKey 25, 25 Velocity Sensitive Non-weighted Keys, 2 Wheels

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Scan code: LN46687 Manufacturer code: MICROKEY-25
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Product Overview The microKEY maybe small but it certainly isn't boring. Korg seem to be shining with small products throughout their line and the microKEY is another Korg winner. It is equipped with a Natural Touch mini-keyboard a pretty cool joystick, arpeggiator button, Sustain / TAP button all whilst only needing the power of USB or even an iPad if you have a camera connection kit.

Keys
They maybe mini but this is a Natural Touch keyboard similar microKORG XL and the microARRANGER. This is a "waterfall-type" style keybed which is usually left only for the higher end, its actually quite rare in a mini.

Controls
While the microKEY is clutter free and simple it also has some tricks up it sleeve with a an arpeggiator button, a sustain/tap button, and a joystick to which you can assign pitch bend, modulation, or any other control change.

Portabilty
The microKEY is just over half a kilogram in weight and can be powered by a laptop or an iPad if you have a camera connection kit making it the must have on any road trip or music making travel adventure.

Included Software

M1 LE
The M1 is the ultimate workstation which was power house for a lot of songs in the 90s and has had a huge resurgence thanks to current dance styles. The M1 features some great organs, pianos, marimba sounds, drums and even woodwind instruments. We are pretty sure if you have listened to any radio over the lost 30 years then you have heard a hit that features the all mighty M1 Features • USB MIDI keyboard – thin, lightweight, and USB-powered.
• Velocity-sensitive natural-touch mini-keyboard with excellent playing feel.
• Octave Shift and Key Transpose features access the full MIDI note range.
• No need to install a driver; just connect it to your computer, and it's ready for use.

More information can be found in the PDF below:
Data Sheet
Warranty

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Details
Duration:
12 months
Type:
Return to base
DOA Period:
7 days
RTB Period:
12 months
Manufacturer Contact Details
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