MiDiPLUS x8 Pro USB MIDIキーボードコントローラ

MiDiPLUS x8 Pro USB MIDIキーボードコントローラ

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MiDiPLUS x8 Pro USB MIDIキーボードコントローラ

MiDiPLUS x8 Pro USB MIDIキーボードコントローラ:当店では、数千のオンラインファッションストアを一度に検索でき、世界をリードする17,000のブランドと小売業者を1か所に集めています。 For the price range I give the X-8 Pro 5 stars for now because it does exactly what I bought it for and more. I’ve only had it for about a month, so after using it for a year I may come back and post another review. I needed a MIDI keyboard in order to take advantage of the “Dual Keyboard” feature of my Nord Stage 3. I considered a number of other 88-key MIDI keyboard products and read as much as I could. All of them had mixed reviews, including this one, so any purchase had an element of risk. MIDI-only keyboards do not have built in sound generators and, therefore, can not be used as a stand alone instrument without a computer or, in my case, another keyboard with a dual keyboard MIDI capability. For about more than my next likely choice, the X-8 Pro does have its own sound generators with a wide selection of voices (tones) and can be used as an instrument on its own. It also has a set of programmable percussion pads that work nicely, which for my purposes is a bonus feature.Dimensions (using a tape rule) - Side to side is a bit under 53.5 inches, front to back is 8.5 inches, table to knob height is about 3 inches. The key widths are standard with the white keys about 7/8 inch. White keys are about 5.5 inches long, black keys 3.5 inches.Power - The X-8 is powered through a USB cable (supplied). You don’t need to plug it into a computer USB port to power it up. It can be plugged into an appropriate USB wall charger/power supply. There’s nothing in the manual that states the power draw, but computer USB ports supply 5V and at least 500ma, meaning if the X-8 design was based on that specification, then a USB power device that supplies at least 500ma should suffice. I picked up a cheap 2.0 amp USB charger and it’s working fine (make sure you buy a charger that accepts the supplied cable USB plug). Additionally, I tested it with a USB battery pack used to recharge a cell phone or tablet when other power is not available (mine is a Mophie) and it worked fine. I only tested the battery pack for 1/2 hour and its indicator LEDs were still showing full charge so I figure the power consumption of the X-8 isn’t very much. A drawback is the X-8 does not have a power on/off switch, which means you have to unplug the USB cable or provide an external switch of some kind.Key action - I am not a professional musician and do not have many years of experience playing acoustic piano or other particular keyboard. I do have some experience on a Hammond organ M3 from the late 50s, a Lowrey organ from the late 60s, a little plinking time on acoustic pianos of various makes, a small Yamaha from the 90s, and my Nord Stage 3. With that said I can say I don’t have a strong preconceived notion of what a particular kind of keyboard should or must feel like and in fact have come to appreciate they all feel a bit different from each other and that is their “personality”, which the user needs to adjust to. The X-8 keys have a slightly stronger spring (rather than weighted) feel than the Nord and other keyboards I’ve mentioned. The sensation was slight and easy to get used to and doesn’t interfere with my playing at all and, in fact, I now expect the tactile feedback as part of the “personality” of this instrument. You can select one of eight possible velocity curves for the keyboard, 1 amp; 2 are Light dynamics, 3 amp; 4 are Normal dynamics, 5 amp; 6 are Heavy dynamics, and 7 amp; 8 are called Settled dynamics. You need to experiment with these to discover what your preference is for the piece (soft or jammin’) or instrument (piano, organ, other) you wish to play.Users Manual - I give the manual 2.5 or 3 out of 5 stars because it could use some work to make it more informative and user friendly. I believe the instruction manual should be rated separately from the instrument and not effect the rating of the instrument. Some of the problem may be in a less than accurate translation from Chinese to common working English, but that isn’t all the problem. Beginners and others that are not well versed in MIDI terms and functionality will be confused when MIDI usage and terms are presented. A few extra paragraphs and a glossary of what the acronyms and abbreviations mean would be helpful to avoid numerous trips to the Internet to discover what they mean. Some of the “how to” examples are cryptic or just plain wrong, for example the procedure to modify the use of a single drum pad doesn’t even mention when to select which pad for programming. A word of CAUTION is to write down the default values of buttons and knobs, which are displayed on the screen when you use them, BEFORE you change them. As far as the knobs go (T1 - T0) you should leave the pre-assigned knobs (T6 - T0) alone until you know what you are doing. Even though the examples in the manual have you modifying T0, you’d be better off to experiment with T1 instead - leave T0 alone until you are sure of what you are doing. In any case, if you totally mess up there is a factory reset procedure, which should return the instrument to its factory out of the box settings. Appendix 3 amp; 4 should be combined into one useful spread sheet showing the drum tone and serial number used to set up a percussion pad instead of trying to decipher the tone to a syllable key on appendix 3 and then to the serial number on appendix 4. The list numbers (1 - 61) on appendix 3 apparently have no meaning and the manual doesn’t explain at all what the purpose of using key syllables has. The phrase “it is memorized” is used to indicate the setting will remain after cycling the power and not just for the duration of the current session. It would be nice if some space was dedicated to the use of the MMC transport section, which I haven’t used at all yet. The buttons and pads can be programmed to send a MIDI command or perform a function. My advice is to study the manual carefully and experiment to get past its shortcomings.Like other digital instruments the X-8 has a power up default setting, which does NOT read the current positions of any of the analog knobs. For example, it starts with a piano setup with loud volume level regardless of where the volume knob (default is T0) is positioned. Simply tweak the appropriate knob (T0 in this example) to where you’d like it after power up. For my dual keyboard application I may not want the default piano sound at all so I simply tweak T0 up a bit and then turn it right back to off. This seems to have no effect on the drum pads so I can have the dual keyboard action through the Nord and drum pads through the T-8 at the same time - Nice!The X-8 came with a serial number code you can use to get a free copy of a DAW (Digital Audio Workstation) type software called “Bitwig Studio”. I downloaded it but haven’t tried it out as I write this. You could also use “Audacity”, “Garage Band” on an Apple, or any number of available commercial DAW systems. This review is for the X-8 as I use it, not a related software review.The X-8 has a wide range of tones (voices) and has plenty of sounds and function control capabilities and is a very good value for the price. It can easily be used strictly as a MIDI controller or a stand alone instrument or for some configurations both at the same time. So far, I’m glad I took the chance on it.セール商品,宅配便送料無料,salenew大人気!MiDiPLUS x8 Pro USB MIDIキーボードコントローラ

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MiDiPLUS x8 Pro USB MIDIキーボードコントローラ

MiDiPLUS x8 Pro USB MIDIキーボードコントローラ:当店では、数千のオンラインファッションストアを一度に検索でき、世界をリードする17,000のブランドと小売業者を1か所に集めています。 For the price range I give the X-8 Pro 5 stars for now because it does exactly what I bought it for and more. I’ve only had it for about a month, so after using it for a year I may come back and post another review. I needed a MIDI keyboard in order to take advantage of the “Dual Keyboard” feature of my Nord Stage 3. I considered a number of other 88-key MIDI keyboard products and read as much as I could. All of them had mixed reviews, including this one, so any purchase had an element of risk. MIDI-only keyboards do not have built in sound generators and, therefore, can not be used as a stand alone instrument without a computer or, in my case, another keyboard with a dual keyboard MIDI capability. For about more than my next likely choice, the X-8 Pro does have its own sound generators with a wide selection of voices (tones) and can be used as an instrument on its own. It also has a set of programmable percussion pads that work nicely, which for my purposes is a bonus feature.Dimensions (using a tape rule) - Side to side is a bit under 53.5 inches, front to back is 8.5 inches, table to knob height is about 3 inches. The key widths are standard with the white keys about 7/8 inch. White keys are about 5.5 inches long, black keys 3.5 inches.Power - The X-8 is powered through a USB cable (supplied). You don’t need to plug it into a computer USB port to power it up. It can be plugged into an appropriate USB wall charger/power supply. There’s nothing in the manual that states the power draw, but computer USB ports supply 5V and at least 500ma, meaning if the X-8 design was based on that specification, then a USB power device that supplies at least 500ma should suffice. I picked up a cheap 2.0 amp USB charger and it’s working fine (make sure you buy a charger that accepts the supplied cable USB plug). Additionally, I tested it with a USB battery pack used to recharge a cell phone or tablet when other power is not available (mine is a Mophie) and it worked fine. I only tested the battery pack for 1/2 hour and its indicator LEDs were still showing full charge so I figure the power consumption of the X-8 isn’t very much. A drawback is the X-8 does not have a power on/off switch, which means you have to unplug the USB cable or provide an external switch of some kind.Key action - I am not a professional musician and do not have many years of experience playing acoustic piano or other particular keyboard. I do have some experience on a Hammond organ M3 from the late 50s, a Lowrey organ from the late 60s, a little plinking time on acoustic pianos of various makes, a small Yamaha from the 90s, and my Nord Stage 3. With that said I can say I don’t have a strong preconceived notion of what a particular kind of keyboard should or must feel like and in fact have come to appreciate they all feel a bit different from each other and that is their “personality”, which the user needs to adjust to. The X-8 keys have a slightly stronger spring (rather than weighted) feel than the Nord and other keyboards I’ve mentioned. The sensation was slight and easy to get used to and doesn’t interfere with my playing at all and, in fact, I now expect the tactile feedback as part of the “personality” of this instrument. You can select one of eight possible velocity curves for the keyboard, 1 amp; 2 are Light dynamics, 3 amp; 4 are Normal dynamics, 5 amp; 6 are Heavy dynamics, and 7 amp; 8 are called Settled dynamics. You need to experiment with these to discover what your preference is for the piece (soft or jammin’) or instrument (piano, organ, other) you wish to play.Users Manual - I give the manual 2.5 or 3 out of 5 stars because it could use some work to make it more informative and user friendly. I believe the instruction manual should be rated separately from the instrument and not effect the rating of the instrument. Some of the problem may be in a less than accurate translation from Chinese to common working English, but that isn’t all the problem. Beginners and others that are not well versed in MIDI terms and functionality will be confused when MIDI usage and terms are presented. A few extra paragraphs and a glossary of what the acronyms and abbreviations mean would be helpful to avoid numerous trips to the Internet to discover what they mean. Some of the “how to” examples are cryptic or just plain wrong, for example the procedure to modify the use of a single drum pad doesn’t even mention when to select which pad for programming. A word of CAUTION is to write down the default values of buttons and knobs, which are displayed on the screen when you use them, BEFORE you change them. As far as the knobs go (T1 - T0) you should leave the pre-assigned knobs (T6 - T0) alone until you know what you are doing. Even though the examples in the manual have you modifying T0, you’d be better off to experiment with T1 instead - leave T0 alone until you are sure of what you are doing. In any case, if you totally mess up there is a factory reset procedure, which should return the instrument to its factory out of the box settings. Appendix 3 amp; 4 should be combined into one useful spread sheet showing the drum tone and serial number used to set up a percussion pad instead of trying to decipher the tone to a syllable key on appendix 3 and then to the serial number on appendix 4. The list numbers (1 - 61) on appendix 3 apparently have no meaning and the manual doesn’t explain at all what the purpose of using key syllables has. The phrase “it is memorized” is used to indicate the setting will remain after cycling the power and not just for the duration of the current session. It would be nice if some space was dedicated to the use of the MMC transport section, which I haven’t used at all yet. The buttons and pads can be programmed to send a MIDI command or perform a function. My advice is to study the manual carefully and experiment to get past its shortcomings.Like other digital instruments the X-8 has a power up default setting, which does NOT read the current positions of any of the analog knobs. For example, it starts with a piano setup with loud volume level regardless of where the volume knob (default is T0) is positioned. Simply tweak the appropriate knob (T0 in this example) to where you’d like it after power up. For my dual keyboard application I may not want the default piano sound at all so I simply tweak T0 up a bit and then turn it right back to off. This seems to have no effect on the drum pads so I can have the dual keyboard action through the Nord and drum pads through the T-8 at the same time - Nice!The X-8 came with a serial number code you can use to get a free copy of a DAW (Digital Audio Workstation) type software called “Bitwig Studio”. I downloaded it but haven’t tried it out as I write this. You could also use “Audacity”, “Garage Band” on an Apple, or any number of available commercial DAW systems. This review is for the X-8 as I use it, not a related software review.The X-8 has a wide range of tones (voices) and has plenty of sounds and function control capabilities and is a very good value for the price. It can easily be used strictly as a MIDI controller or a stand alone instrument or for some configurations both at the same time. So far, I’m glad I took the chance on it.セール商品,宅配便送料無料,salenew大人気!MiDiPLUS x8 Pro USB MIDIキーボードコントローラ