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On Wed, Jul 25, 2007 at 08:27:35PM +0200, Frank Barknecht wrote:
I have an Axiom 49 and I love it. The 25-key version is, according to the manual, a little more complicated to program, but otherwise very similar.
The faders, rotary controllers, and pads are all very useful. Everything on it is very programmable. The action is springy and synth-like, but the keys have a bit more heft to them, because there's plastic underneath them, instead of hanging over the edge as most synth keys do. More like a Hammond than a piano. The aftertouch is occasionally useful too, if you set up your patches to use it..
It is light, small, portable, and works great, but I'm starting to regret not having bought the 61-key version instead.
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