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Nektar Impact LX49+ USB MIDI Keyboard Controller with Nektar DAW Integration £94 @ Amazon
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Nektar Impact LX49+ USB MIDI Keyboard Controller with Nektar DAW Integration £94 @ Amazon

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Posted 7th Mar

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Been watching this for a few days and price suddenly dropped today.

NEKTAR IMPACT LX49+ : TAKE CONTROL OF YOUR DAW AND VIRTUAL INSTRUMENTS!
The Impact LX49+ MIDI controller keyboard delivers unrivalled control, features and options that make it fun to create music and easy to set up. It works with any computer music application as well as offering comprehensive smart controller functionality, not even available on many premium products. With this instrument you are ready to make music in seconds: Plug in the included MIDI cable and let your Windows, OSX or iOS operating system take care of the rest.

What's more, Impact LX+ hooks up automatically to your DAW: The included Nektar DAW Integration software turns Impact controllers into fully configured remote controls for 11 popular DAWs. Take control of mixer functions, tweak virtual instruments and navigate your projects. With Impact LX+ the hard work is done, so you can focus on your creativity!

49 note velocity sensitive full-size keyboard
Works with all MIDI music applications
26 fully programmable realtime controls, 5 user presets
Smart controller functionality with Nektar DAW Integration for 11 DAWs
Connect via USB to Windows, OSX, Linux (Ubuntu) or Apple iOS devices (iOS req. camera connection kit)
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77 for the lx25, I just picked up the Akai MPK mini MK2 for a similar price but this looks better :/
I bought the Nektar Impact LX61for £80.22 used from Amazon & it was in perfect condition with just a torn box.
Great keyboard.
Oh no!
Not another good looking keyboard deal .

For two weeks I've been driven nearly mad in an attempt to decide on a new keyboard..

Fortunately my choice of keyboard arrived yesterday , so this post wont have the effect it could of had if it had been posted 48 hours earlier.


That sure looks like a decent deal..
I just bought the LPK25 to dip my toe, I wish I'd had one of these years ago. The software that comes with it is quite useful, but I can't seem to preview a track from mid way, it has to be from the start. Does anyone have any recommendations for software which I could integrate live music and vocals with midi?
I'm no expert on this sort of thing but that seems a good deal to me
Is this better than the ones posted over the last 3 days? Looking to get one for me and the kids to dabble. I used to play but haven't for decades due to work and family commitments.
A music tech deal? Oh HUKD!? Heat 😁
Faders and pads also - looks really good. Thanks for the heads up.
Looks almost identical to the M-Audio Axiom 49, at least in terms of features.
This or the arturio ???
Do I get Nektar points?
Gone back to 106.99
mystes07/03/2020 19:16

Gone back to 106.99


Looks like it is back to 94 again!
This or arturio please????
polarbaba07/03/2020 23:55

This or arturio please????


What DAW do you use? I use Reason, and the integration between Nektar and Reason looked second to none. YMMV for other software.
charltones08/03/2020 00:09

What DAW do you use? I use Reason, and the integration between Nektar and …What DAW do you use? I use Reason, and the integration between Nektar and Reason looked second to none. YMMV for other software.


I don't have one. Was thinking of using whatever bundled software came with it..
polarbaba08/03/2020 08:25

I don't have one. Was thinking of using whatever bundled software came …I don't have one. Was thinking of using whatever bundled software came with it..


Ok, it seems to come with this software: bitwig.com/en/…tml
but I've got no idea if that makes use of all the features or not.

If you don't already work with a DAW I would go for a simpler keyboard, simply because IMO the main selling point of this particular model is the clever DAW integration.

Alesis Q49 which is under £60 comes with bundled software, as does the M-Audio keystation at £71.50.
If you have a Mac I would use Garageband.
charltones08/03/2020 10:47

Ok, it seems to come with this software: …Ok, it seems to come with this software: https://www.bitwig.com/en/8-track.htmlbut I've got no idea if that makes use of all the features or not. If you don't already work with a DAW I would go for a simpler keyboard, simply because IMO the main selling point of this particular model is the clever DAW integration.Alesis Q49 which is under £60 comes with bundled software, as does the M-Audio keystation at £71.50.If you have a Mac I would use Garageband.


I like that this has 4 octaves. That's the main selling point for me.
polarbaba08/03/2020 11:26

I like that this has 4 octaves. That's the main selling point for me.


Yeah it looks like a good size. I had a 61 key synth but that was a bit too big for the space I have. FWIW the other two I mentioned also have 49 keys. All good choices though and the Arturia also looks amazing.
charltones08/03/2020 13:13

Yeah it looks like a good size. I had a 61 key synth but that was a bit …Yeah it looks like a good size. I had a 61 key synth but that was a bit too big for the space I have. FWIW the other two I mentioned also have 49 keys. All good choices though and the Arturia also looks amazing.


The arturia had 2 octaves by the looks of it.
Which may or may not be an issue.
But for the kids to dabble, I though at least 4 octaves would be good.
Edited by: "polarbaba" 8th Mar
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