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CME Xkey37 Portable MIDI Keyboard Review

Yo what’s good fam! Back with another review for you, and if you’re into portable/mobile keyboard controllers you’ll want to check this out. Today I’m reviewing the Xkey37 from CME It’s super slim, lightweight, and has full-sized keys, let’s check it out. So what is the Xkey37? It’s a 37 key version of their super […]

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Review: Novation Audiohub 2×4 Audio Interface and USB Hub

Hey what’s good fam? Back with a new review, this one is a new interface from Novation. I wanted to check it out for my iPad, so let’s dig in! What is the Audiohub 2×4? It’s an audio interface that’s also a USB hub. It works with Mac and PC, as well as iOS…which is […]

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Review: M-Audio Trigger Finger Pro

Yo what’s good fam! Today I’m back with another review, this time I’m finally getting a chance to check out the Trigger Finger Pro from M-Audio. Let’s just jump right in What is the Trigger Finger Pro? It’s an updated version of the original Trigger Finger pad controller, with a lot of new features. The […]

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Review: K-Board USB MIDI Keyboard from Keith McMillen

Hey what’s good fam? Back with another review, this time it’s a mini/mobile keyboard from Keith McMillen. Let’s check it out! So what is the K-Board? It’s a mini usb keyboard that works with iOS, Android, Mac, and PC. It’s class-compliant, so no drivers are needed. The cool thing about it is how expressive it […]

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Review: Novation Launch Control XL Ableton Live Controller

Hey what’s good fam? Back with another reivew, this one is for the Ableton Live users or anyone looking for a compact controller with faders, knobs, and buttons. It’s the Launch Control XL Let’s dig in! So what is the Launch Control XL? It’s a dedicated “mix” controller for Ableton Live. If you look at […]

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Review: MXR Carbon Copy Analog Delay on Vintage Fender Rhodes EP

Hey what’s good fam? Back with another review, this time I’m checking out a guitar pedal on my Rhodes It’s the Carbon Copy from MXR Let’s check it out! So what is the Carbon Copy? It’s an analog delay pedal, “bucket brigade” style, delay with up to 600ms of delay time. Of course it’s made […]

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Comparison: Ableton Push vs Akai APC40 MKII – Which one is best for you?

I’ve been an Ableton Live user for many years, and I always felt a dedicated controller would really benefit the program as well as my workflow. After using both the Ableton Push and Akai APC40 MKII for a while, I’ve been able to see the benefits of both and how they fit different workflows. I […]

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Review: IK Multimedia iRig Pads Portable Pad Controller

Hey what’s good fam? Back with another review for the mobile musicians among us. The new iRig Pads from IK Multimedia. Let’s check it out? So what is iRig Pads? It’s a new portable drum controller meant to work with the iPad, iPhone, iPod Touch, Mac, and PC. It’s got 16 velocity sensitive pads, a […]

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