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Superhero
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hey guys, i was wondering if you could recommend me a nice keyboard to start off on, i live in the UK and dont want to spend all that much money but i will if its worth it

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Sun Jun 18, 2006 1:15 pm
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Roland Juno-D is a good one or try to get a Korg Triton LE on Ebay. They seem to be the most popular with Keyboardist's on a budget.

I have a shitty Casio and i advise you to stay well clear of them


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If it's only for home use then the cheapest way would be buying a USB masterkeyboard (e.g. a M-Audio Radium)
With those you can play stuff like VST Synths on your PC.

There are many great sounding free Software Synths out there.

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PGA1000 Dude wrote:
If it's only for home use then the cheapest way would be buying a USB masterkeyboard (e.g. a M-Audio Radium)
With those you can play stuff like VST Synths on your PC.

There are many great sounding free Software Synths out there.


Agreed. The M-Audio Keystation 49e is highly recommended. I also recommend a program called "Reason". It features high quality synths.
It's kinda expensive if you want to buy... but hey, that's whats internet is for.


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It depends what you want.

If you just want to add things to your recordings (pretty much any and all), or maybe control sounds via MIDI on your pc (in which case you'd want a MIDI controller) , or you want to use it as piano practice (in which case you'd want a weighted keyboard and 88 keys), ...

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