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AdvantagesAbout 50 controllers, comes with Sonar LE and Dimension LE

DisadvantagesDJ controller flimsy, some driver issues

...). Sustain and expression pedal sockets. I have a Yamaha sustain pedal and this or an Edirol will work. Roland should work as well since Edirol are made by Roland, but I haven't tested this. IN USE Using the keyboard is very simple. The main drawback is the small screen. It only has four characters to display and with so many things that you can adjust, it just isn't enough and you may get...

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AdvantagesPlenty of features, sturdy, not too big for a desk

DisadvantagesSound can be a bit coloured, sometimes the bass can sound a bit muddy

...with them for many years. I knew that a pair of studio monitors would cost a lot of money that I didn't have, so I set my sights on the budget versions. I already own an Edirol audio interface, so choosing Edirol for the brand of monitors made sense, although they are now owned by Cakewalk. This review summarises what I think of these: Sound What else do you buy monitors for? The sound is detailed...

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“Edirol pcr m50 keyboard”

published 24/06/2009

Advantages27 fully assignable midi controls, high quality keyboard mechanism, v-link (for visuals)

Disadvantagesquite complex to set up assignable controls.

...My experience I have been dabbling in music since the age of fifteen ( ten years) starting off deejaying with a view to producing my own music, over the last year i have found myself with more time to enjoy this part of my life and therefore borrowed some hardware from a friend, step up the "edirol pcr m50". Its a midi controller/ synthesizer with 49 keys, 12 velocity curves 27 assignable...

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