MIDI Keyboards and MIDI Controllers used to be the way of the future. Now they are the way of the present.
With a seemingly unlimited amount of sounds, tones and loops available online there is a limit to what you can do with a traditional keyboard. Even the electric keyboard that have slots for uploading tones and sounds, have a limit to how much the keyboard can hold.
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What is a keyboard?
A keyboard can be several things. A keyboard can be a MIDI Controller, an Electric Piano, a synthesizer… In context to how we have reviewed and sorted instruments on instrumentfind.com, we will categorize everything in the piano family as a keyboard. Which will include:
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Most MIDI Controllers are designed in a way where there are no native sounds, meaning, without being connected to a computer with a program running that send values to the keys and pads, there will be no sounds coming from your board.
MIDI Keyboards can be Keyboards with both MIDI Controls and native sounds. There are organs, synthesizers, and electric pianos that have both native sounds and the ability to become programmable midi channels. Some MIDI Equipped Keyboards can take over other midi boards. Which means if you love the tones on your new Roland Juno keyboard, you can use the onboard MIDI send and take over another MIDI Board and send Roland Juno sounds to the external MIDI device.