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The cheapest delivered i could find, less than half the original price.
Akai MINI AK Synthesizer and Vocoder

One of the most exciting and innovative new synthesisers we have seen recently is the Akai Mini AK. Following in the footsteps of other popular synth companies, Akai have introduced a compact synth that is great for performance, home studios and taking with you wherever you go!

The Mini AK features up to 8 multitimbral voices with 3 oscillators per voice. With two multimode filters, three envelope generators and even a vocoder; plus a huge amount of memory to store around 1000 user presets, you will be spoilt for choice when it comes to sounds.

This cool little synth won't be any hassle to take to your gig, and can take you music in new directions. It is easy to use and accessible to those types who haven't really used synths before, or only dabble in them! The only limit is your imagination, and the Mini AK will help to set it free!
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#1
A refreshing change to the Korg Microkorg XL. I'll have to search on YouTube to see if anyone's posted it in action.

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#2
its this price in every store now but beware its not got usb so if your doing music and you have got midi ports on your soundcard you will need to buy a midi dongle..i was gonna buy it awhile ago and tried it out its ok but nothing outstanding and in the end i didnt buy it because it didnt have usb which is stupid not too have it on a keyboard made these days.
also the reason theyve dropped the price is because akai synthstation is due out any time and for that you get the usb keyboard and software for your ipod touch /iphone which gives you a basic studio to record on the go or you can plug it into your computer via usb and use it too control your vsts in cubase .etc and also use the synthstation which is the miniak and you get a basic mpc controller in it too all that is £79
http://www.akaipro.com/synthstation25
#3
Cracking price. Would be tempted but hard to justify at the moment :(
#4
waxxy
its this price in every store now but beware its not got usb so if your doing music and you have got midi ports on your soundcard you will need to buy a midi dongle..i was gonna buy it awhile ago and tried it out its ok but nothing outstanding and in the end i didnt buy it because it didnt have usb which is stupid not too have it on a keyboard made these days.
also the reason theyve dropped the price is because akai synthstation is due out any time and for that you get the usb keyboard and software for your ipod touch /iphone which gives you a basic studio to record on the go or you can plug it into your computer via usb and use it too control your vsts in cubase .etc and also use the synthstation which is the miniak and you get a basic mpc controller in it too all that is £79
http://www.akaipro.com/synthstation25


Can You Explain further in regards to spending £79 to a beginner looking into this and also thinking about Yamaha YPT210
#5
well if your a beginner its easier to use a usb controller than a midi with a usb controller you just plug in the usb cable and itll automatically install the drivers with a midi controller youll need a midi interface,midi cables (which are expensive if you buy a good set),you also need to configure the controller to be used via midi if your a beginner it can be hard to set up.

also to use the akai miniak you will need a mixer and another set out audio cables yet again they can be expensive but with the synthstation you just plug in your ipod/iphone the sound comes out of the speakers of the iphone or headphones or if your using it with cubase 5 .etc itll come out of your pc speakers its much much easier to use..i was a fulltime sound enginner and i prefer using usb controller now as there faster to use and the only thing you ned to worry about is latency were as with midi loads of things can break or mess up the audio chain..
#6
Saw it in my local store in Dunfermline at the same price.But good spot heat added.

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