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Old 05.13.10, 8:09 PM
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MORE Midi Controller Advice?

B3 Time! Gonna grab me a midi controller soon since I just got a copy of Komplete. Is there any way I could get 2 midi controllers and set them up together like a typical 2 tier organ?

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Old 05.14.10, 12:53 AM
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If you're going to be doing any recording a good MIDI controller we use in the studio is the Novation SL MK1. It's getting cheap now it's outdated as well, but it does a wicked job for programming sounds!
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$750-500 is just a tad out of my price range

I have a feeling I'm gonna go for something semi nice like an axiom 49/61 (I actually don't know if I hae enough room in my room for a 61, or if I really need the extra octave) and have a second.. less fancy one (for the top/bottom tier keyboard) like an oxygen or something. Whatever I can find cheap.

EDIT: Ignorant me for not doing thorough research.

http://toronto.en.craigslist.ca/tor/msg/1715870444.html

Hows this?
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