AKAI LPK25 Driver
THE BEST AKAI MPK MINI TUTORIAL AND REVIEW!!! Akai Synthstation 25 iPhone/iPod Keyboard Review. USB Midi Keyboard USB-MIDI Controller functions with almost any audio software, 25 Velocity sensitive mini keys, Arpeggiator, Sustain button, Octave up and. Why not buy a midi keyboard just for home use? No money, no space, no lust. Well the LPK 25 from AKAI might just have solved my problem.
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AKAI LPK25 Driver
In short: It features same as the first version, a 25 keys MIDI velocity-sensitive keyboard in a nice plastic build case.
As you can see, the design is simple but changes quite a lot compared to the previous version. The front is AKAI LPK25 in simple black with white labels. It looks different on the left, right and beneath.
Here dominates now the colour red which fit very well to the new improved design. Most importantly this thing is so small that AKAI LPK25 can AKAI LPK25 it across the macs keyboard allowing me to use most of the necessary shortcuts in Logic. The little rubber things on the bottom are just in place that the device is lifted above the keyboard of the mac.
The editor software is simple and fast. You can create presets of arp settings and save them to four preset slots.
Overall I think the LPK 25 AKAI LPK25 good for home music production and eventually it can be used live. You just plug it in and it works. Beware there is no midi out.
The arpeggiator is a great thing to have is such a AKAI LPK25 device. You can set the clock to internal and set the tempo by tapping the Tap Tempo button.
Akai LPK25 25-key USB Keyboard Controller
AKAI LPK25 you can set it to external so you get the tempo of the DAW you are using. You can all play with these options while the arp is sustained.
Most importantly this thing is so small that I can put it across the macs keyboard allowing me to use most AKAI LPK25 the necessary shortcuts in Logic. The AKAI LPK25 rubber things on the bottom are just in place that the device is lifted above the keyboard of the mac.
The editor software is simple and fast. Other than that, the overall idea is AKAI LPK25 similar, but the LPK's key velocity sensitive keyboard does have another trick up its AKAI LPK25 in the form of a built-in arpeggiator. In use Akai is supplying the software for both units on 80mm mini CDs. Obviously this is in keeping with the miniaturisation theme, but it means that anyone with a slot-loading CD drive will need to make a trip to the Akai website to download the files.
The software isn't actually required to use the controllers but comes in handy for programming and recalling setups.
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The build quality of both units appears to be quite a bit higher AKAI LPK25 that of the Korg equivalents, with a sturdier, more stable feel. The AKAI LPK25 pads are almost identical in use to those of the MPC range, with a sensitive touch that makes it easy to trigger hits at a range of velocities.
Although the keys are small and may be fiddly if you have AKAI LPK25 hands, the LPK is perfectly acceptable for coming up with ideas or playing simple parts.