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Akai Professional MPK Mini 3

Akai Professional MPK Mini 3

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Akai Professional LPK25 Laptop Performance Keyboard

Akai Professional LPK25 Laptop Performance Keyboard

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Akai Professional MPK Mini Play MK3 MIDI Keyboard

Akai Professional MPK Mini Play MK3 MIDI Keyboard

£109.00
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Akai Professional MPK Mini Plus

Akai Professional MPK Mini Plus

£149.00
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Akai Professional MPK Mini 3 White

Akai Professional MPK Mini 3 White

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£82.00
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M-Audio Keystation 49 MK3

M-Audio Keystation 49 MK3

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£79.00 £84.99
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Akai Professional MPK Mini 3 Black

Akai Professional MPK Mini 3 Black

£82.00
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M-Audio Oxygen Pro 61

M-Audio Oxygen Pro 61

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£209.00 £224.99
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Roland K-25-M Keyboard

Roland K-25-M Keyboard

£99.00 £116.00
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Akai Professional LPK25 MK2 Laptop Performance Keyboard

Akai Professional LPK25 MK2 Laptop Performance Keyboard

£49.00
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M-Audio Oxygen Pro Mini

M-Audio Oxygen Pro Mini

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Arturia KeyStep 37

Arturia KeyStep 37

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£180.00
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M-Audio Oxygen Pro 49

M-Audio Oxygen Pro 49

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£164.00 £189.99
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Arturia KeyStep

Arturia KeyStep

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£109.00 £129.00
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M-Audio Oxygen 49 MKV

M-Audio Oxygen 49 MKV

£129.00
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M-Audio Oxygen 61 MKV

M-Audio Oxygen 61 MKV

£149.00 £159.00
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M-Audio Keystation 88 MK3

M-Audio Keystation 88 MK3

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Alesis Vortex Wireless 2

Alesis Vortex Wireless 2

£219.00
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Alesis V49MKII Controller Keyboard

Alesis V49MKII Controller Keyboard

£95.00
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Arturia KeyLab 88 MKII

Arturia KeyLab 88 MKII

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£849.00 £909.00
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M-Audio Keystation 61 MK3

M-Audio Keystation 61 MK3

£139.00
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M-Audio Oxygen Pro 25

M-Audio Oxygen Pro 25

£145.00
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Arturia KeyStep Pro

Arturia KeyStep Pro

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£399.00 £469.00
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Alesis Q49 MKII

Alesis Q49 MKII

£74.99 £79.99
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Roland A-88MKII MIDI Keyboard Controller

Roland A-88MKII MIDI Keyboard Controller

£799.00 £849.00
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M-Audio Hammer 88

M-Audio Hammer 88

£399.00
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Arturia Minilab 3 Black

Arturia Minilab 3 Black

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Arturia Minilab 3 Alpine White Limited Edition

Arturia Minilab 3 Alpine White Limited Edition

£95.00
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Akai Professional APC Key 25 MKII

Akai Professional APC Key 25 MKII

£84.99
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Arturia Keystep Pro Chroma

Arturia Keystep Pro Chroma

£419.00 £445.00
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Arturia Minilab 3 White

Arturia Minilab 3 White

£95.00
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Akai Professional MPK MINI 3 Grey

Akai Professional MPK MINI 3 Grey

£84.99
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Arturia Keylab Essential 88 MK3 Black

Arturia Keylab Essential 88 MK3 Black

£348.00 £369.00
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Arturia Keylab Essential 88 MK3 White

Arturia Keylab Essential 88 MK3 White

£348.00 £369.00
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Arturia Keylab Essential 3 49-Note White

Arturia Keylab Essential 3 49-Note White

£189.00
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Arturia Keylab Essential 3 61-Note White

Arturia Keylab Essential 3 61-Note White

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£235.00
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About Midi Keyboards & Controllers

MIDI Keyboards are the bridge between your fingers and your studio software. They allow you to bring life to your productions by using your computer as an instrument.

Virtual instruments are available in many different styles. Virtually any sound you're looking for can be created by a software instrument plugin. It's common for modern musicians and producers to have large virtual sound libraries for making music. However, the sounds never sound quite right without that all-important human touch.

This is why it's best to have a quality controller keyboard as part of your setup. Our MIDI keyboard controllers will allow you to play your compositions into your software and record them as MIDI. The recorded MIDI can then be edited to remove mistakes or correct timing. You can even change the sounds produced by a virtual instrument without affecting your recorded performance.

There is also a small selection of controller keyboards designed to be used with hardware synthesisers. Keyboards like Arturia KeyStep Pro feature 5-Pin MIDI and CV/Gate connections. These can be used to remotely control and sequence your favourite synthesizers and sound modules.

We have a variety of Midi Keyboards & Controllers from M-Audio, Novation, Alesis and more.

 

Why Should I Choose a MIDI Keyboard?

  • Easy control of your music software with dedicated MIDI controls
  • Bundled software is an easy way to get begin making music with your computer
  • It's easy to find the exact size of keyboard to suit your needs

Frequently Asked Questions about MIDI Keyboards & Controllers

Question: Can you play a MIDI keyboard without a computer?
While MIDI controller keyboards don't have any built-in sounds, some MIDI keyboards feature a 5-Pin MIDI port which would allow you to use a compatible sound module as your audio source.
Question: Does a MIDI keyboard need an audio interface?
A MIDI keyboard will directly connect to your computer via USB and while you will be able to play virtual instruments, you may encounter latency. Latency is the amount of time your computer takes from receiving the MIDI note information from the keyboard to producing an audible note. The most common way to combat latency is by using an audio interface, which features built-in processors to help your computer to play low latency audio.
Question: Should I get a 25 or 49 key midi keyboard?
It's down to your personal preference. If you're looking for a keyboard you can throw in a backpack, 25 keys is the way to go. However, if you're looking to play with two hands, a 49, 61 or 88 key MIDI keyboard would be more beneficial.