Native Instruments is back again, with a $129 controller -- the Native Instruments Komplete Kontrol M32. But is it worth buying? We put it to the test.
Nektar has taken the wraps off of some of the most affordable and functional MIDI controllers to date, including the portable Nektar SE25 controller.
Nektar has taken the wraps off of the new Nektar SE25 and Nektar SE49 MIDI controllers, which offer a range of features at an affordable price.
Announced at NAMM 2019, Native Instruments took time to unveil what is the company's smallest MIDI controller to date, the Komplete Kontrol M32.
Arturia is at it again. The company has announced a few new additions to its KeyLab lineup, called the Arturia KeyLab Essential 49 and KeyLab Essential 61.
Over a year ago we reviewed Arturia‘s BeatStep pad MIDI controller and step sequencer. Now, the company is at it again, having released an updated version of the device, called the BeatStep Pro. Clearly the BeatStep Pro looks more fully featured than its smaller brother, but just how much better is it? And is it worth the extra $120? Interface An important part of this kind of hardware is it...[Read More]