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Roland A-37 76 Key MIDI Controller
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Puts you in control with 76 velocity- and aftertouch-sensitive keys, GM2 compatibility, and and an easy-to-use interface. Sleek design looks as cool ...Click To Read More About This Product
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A pro-quality full-range MIDI keyboard controller for the price of a toy.
Puts you in control with 76 velocity- and aftertouch-sensitive keys, GM2 compatibility, and and an easy-to-use interface. Sleek design looks as cool as it feels. 128 user patches and 2 independent keyboard zones. 7-segment LED and assignable data entry slider. Sequencer start/stop buttons, clock TX, and transpose buttons. 2 independent MIDI outputs, MIDI in and thru, plus hold and footpedal inputs. Battery or AC powered.
- Affordable 76-note controller keyboard for MIDI studios and performance
- Synth-weighted keys respond to velocity and channel aftertouch
- 128 User patches
- 2 independent keyboard zones
- Easy to use with improved 7-segment LED and assignable Data Entry slider
- Convenient sequencer Start/Stop buttons, Clock TX and Transpose buttons
- Includes 2 independent MIDI outputs, MIDI In and Thru, plus Hold and footpedal inputs
- Battery or AC powered
Order today and enjoy a powerful and very cool-looking, fully equipped controller.
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The keys on this keyboard have a point where, if you play them to hard, they do not register that you hit a note so no sound comes out. I played it in a rock band for about 7 months with my synth modules, and it was great for calling up patch changes on the fly for all my modules, but then would crap out if I really started to play hard. Not a performer's keyboard. Would be good for a home studio, but then why do you need the patch storage/changing ability, your computer should be able to do that!
The Roland A37 Controller is stacked with features and works very well as a MIDI rig controller. I have used it for about two years now without any major problems. It's very easy to program and to use with a well written owners manual. It can work with battery power (saved my night a few times when the flimsy power supply failed). The overall quality is relatively cheap and the keyboard feels spongy. I had a broken mod wheel and a few keys, but parts are cheap and it's easy to fix. Overall the A37 is well worth the money and you get what you pay for.
In researching 76 key MIDI controllers, I was surprised to find only 1 - the Roland A-37. I purchased it from Musician's Friend and it arrived a few days ago. I've been able to give it a good workout and I must say it fit my needs perfectly. The keyboard is "semi-weighted" and feels just right to my hands. Because it's really light, it will make my life easier for gigs and rehearsals too. Disappointments include having to buy the power adaptor separately and the lack of an LCD. You're essentially limited to a 3-digit LED. BUT...I wanted the right number of keys, the right weight and the right feel and the A-37 scored very well on all three counts at least for me. Yep, it's all plastic - so care will be needed when moving it around.
This midi controller rocks. I use it in my home sutdio, and it's everything I could ever want out of a midi controller for the price.
It is nicely synth-weighted. When it comes to getting music done, it does not create any inconveniences.