#1
Hey guys. so I'm in search of a midi keyboard. either something really cheap which is hard to find (so far no luck for me in Bulgaria) so I thought of the following:

is it possible to get an additional computer keyboard and map it for midi command sends? is it possible? This would be the best option for me atm! cheap and portable.

doable?
#4
V, there are cheap Casio (piano) keyboards that have midi outputs. You don't have to buy a more expensive midi keyboard.
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I have an M-Audio KeyRig 49 USB Midi-Controller. Love it to death.
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I know guys. atm I'm traveling around so dragging the thing with me would be a pain in the ass!!

so is it doable to have 2 keyboards (like a computer typing ones) and one of them act as a midi controller?

Thing is, I doubt a computer can use two keyboards at the same time you can use one as a midi controller however.
#9
Don't know how you'll get on with trying to get two keyboards working together. There's probably a way but......if size is the issue:
http://www.musiciansfriend.com/keyboards-midi/m-audio-axiom-25-2nd-gen-25-key-usb-midi-keyboard-controller

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