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El controlador es excelente. Lo único que no me gustó fue la salida midi de plug 3.5 y el arpegiador a veces se sale de tiempo. Supongo que se arreglaría en la próxima actualización de software. Fuera de eso me gustó. Muy recomendable
I wanted a controller for sketching ideas while travelling around. I've tried other controllers - NI's M32 has a nice 3 octave keyboard, but that makes it a little too tall to easily fit into a rucksack. And I never got to grips with the slider pitch/mod controls. Then there was Arturia's Minilab, which is solidly-built with great keys - but only two octaves, and an unfortunate over-abundance of encoders.
And now I've turned to the Oxygen Pro Mini, which I think hits the 'sweet spot' - it's small and light enough to fit into a rucksack. It has 2.5 octaves, which is more manageable in a musical sense. The keys are ok (this shouldn't really be a deciding factor though - we're talking about mini-key controllers, not weighted-key behemoths!). And joy of joys, fully-functioning pitch/mod wheels! There are enough controls for you to do some MIDI mapping, not too much to overwhelm. And the mapping software works well.
Any down sides? None really for what it does. The pads aren't great, and probably better used as MIDI toggles than drum pads. If you lean more towards that, then maybe consider the closest competitor - the Akai MPC Mini.
I've used this controller with some cheap speakers (Logitech Z210) which are portable and deliver a not bad (although fairly quiet) sound. I also use a cheap sustain switch (Alesis ASP1) and that does the trick. So, I've everything I need for making music on the go! It will never replace my 'full-sized' studio arrangement, but it's perfect for what it is. Well-recommended!
I was looking for a Midi controller after a lot of research I settled on this and I am glad I did value for money is excellent. I am a newcomer to the world of DAW and its a steep learning curve. But this unit has a lot of functionality under the case. There is also a lot of software included to download, ableton lite is fully functional DAW but limited to 8 tracks however I do not get on with it. My choice of DAW is Cakewalk (formally Sonar) but one of the easiest to learn and its free the down side is you need to down load bandlab to use it but it is unobtrusive but needed to download Cakewalk. Oxygen pro mini is very similar to the Akai mini (owned by the same holding company) the controller has built in, start record, play, buttons built in so for anyone who dislikes using the mouse this addition is brilliant there are also templates built in for nearly all the popular DAWs but the instructions for manually setting the controller to a DAW that has no template. There is so much built in to this controller I am sure you won't be disappointed
*Double check compatibility if you are running Mac OS Monterey* - 06 Dec 2021
Very well made keyboard that is versatile, great to play on, and looks great.
Unfortunately, after updating to the latest firmware version it did not properly integrate with Ableton. Many of the functions like play, record, stop etc did not work despite setting it to Ableton DAW. Even the D and E keys were not functioning as intended. After many attempts at re-updating, following the manual guide multiple times over, I decided to refund and go for the Novation brand instead.
I really wanted to keep this keyboard as it is beautiful and the 32 keys is a big bonus for its form factor.
There is an article on the website that suggested not updating OS Monterey on Mac. This may change very soon but be sure to double-check compatibility so you can save time troubleshooting how to fix this.
This had to go straight back for a refund. I’m sure it’s a great thing however here’s the thing… They always tell you that if you want to use it with an iPad or iPhone, buy the Apple camera kit which allows you to plug the USB from the controller into the adapter and then the mains-powered iPad will power it. THIS IS NO LONGER THE CASE. Apple have reduced the power-availability from the camera kit to any midi controller. So this rather lovely midi keyboard controller is silenced. So I’m sure it’s great if using with a laptop or Mac but if you want to make music through your iPad you’ll have to fork out more money for a powered USB hub. That is a bridge too far for this reviewer. So when it says ‘works with Apple Camera kit’ think again.
Build and overall quality of the keyboard is great, however, i am currently using Garageband on with Big Sur and the keyboard part works fine, but none of the controls work with GarageBand (such as the play, record and loop functions) So it only works as a regular midi keyboard with all the control functions taken away. There may be updates in the future but for now it just doesn't work which is very annoying when i spent around £50 extra to get a keyboard with this functionality. Im the kinda guy who sees something that has buttons and knobs and sexy sliders, and gets a bit of a stiffy on, but they don't work with GarageBand at this time which is very saddening :(
Great little controller if you know what your doing… and I don’t. This is my first adventure into using MIDI and a PC so I’m a novice. It took a while, been using on ableton lite which comes as part of the software package. I’m struggling a little but getting there slowly. The keyboard it self is great, buttons, sliders and controls all feel good, the keyboard it self has a good feel too. It’s nice and compact so easy to put in your back pack and so on, so very portable. I choose this over the Akai as has more keys. Overall very happy