A controller is any device that can be used for controlling music software. The most common type of controller is a keyboard controller. These resemble a musical keyboard and can also contain actuators for pitch bending or modulation. The keyboard itself produces no sound on its own and is used only to drive other MIDI devices. Dedicated control surfaces resemble an array of switches, sliders and dials and are common place in any studio.
These Keyboards are great where space is at a premium or if you want to work on the move. Although not as many notes as a full size keyboard, many units typically have an Octave Up/Down feature to allow you to access the extra notes, and many have an array of knobs, switches and sliders allowing you to control your Softsynths and Samplers with ease.
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Accessories to go with your studio midi controllers, with covers for keyboards and stands for your equipment
Control surfaces come in many size and shapes with smaller units offering basic playback control functionality and in the other extreme the larger units will replicate a complete mixing desk. Having a physical and tactile controller will allow quick and easy control over your software package of choice helping to improve your workflow in the studio.
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