73 Key Keyboard Workstations
At first glance, keyboard workstations may look like ordinary electronic pianos, but they are much more than that. In fact, you could say that they're more like a self-contained production studio that's built around a set of keys. More often than not, 73-key keyboard workstations are preferred by live musicians because they're lighter and more compact than 88-key models (a huge bonus on cramped stages), but more versatile than 66-note keyboards. With that being said, 73-key keyboard workstations are also perfect for aspiring producers with home recording setups for the exact same reason.
In this catalog, you'll find more than one 73-key keyboard workstation. For example, the Korg Krome 73 Keyboard workstation is a best seller that offers responsive, touch sensitive keys and full-length, unlooped samples for every key. It boasts the top sounds available today (640 programs and 288 combinations, overall), including studio-quality drum sounds. Portable, lightweight and easy to use, the Korg Krome 73 is an incredible workstation that's ideal for both live concerts and MIDI applications.
Now, if you want to be in possession of Korg's flagship synthesizer, you need to check out the Korg New Kronos 73-Key Music Workstation. Equipped with Korg's RH-3 (Real Weighted Hammer Action 3) keyboard and a seemingly endless range of sounds that cover virtually every musical genre, you'll be stunned by how much this workstation will inspire you. With this powerhouse, you can send MIDI signals to and from your computer, lay down and build up grooves with 16-track MIDI tracks and even have flawless plug-in integration with popular DAW platforms. If you really want to expand your production prowess, then the Korg New Kronos 73-Key model is the workstation for you.
There are 73-note keyboards, and then there are 73-key keyboard workstations. There's simply no telling what you can create when you're on stage or in your home studio with one of these state-of-the-art production madhouses. The only thing you have to do now is consider your current budget and how many features you want at your disposal. Whatever it is you're looking for in a 73-key keyboard workstation, there's a good chance you'll find it, right here.