The original deal pioneer keeps on pinching pennies and cracking wise. No, that price isn't a typo.
Go to Woot
The robots are coming! And so are the laptops, the tablets, the phones, the cameras, the TVs...
Go to Tech.Woot
High living at low prices with name-brand deals for your pad, crib, nest, or castle - inside and out.
Go to Home.Woot
Make it, build it, improve it. But whatever home project you've got in mind, start by saving money on it.
Go to Tools & Garden
Sports, fitness, and outdoors deals, because saving money is only one of your passions.
Go to Sport.Woot
Deals for moms and dads and anybody else who needs kids' stuff, from toys to baby gear to furniture to clothing.
Go to Kids.Woot
Our exclusive graphic tees will make you laugh, will make you cry, will make you look totally hot.
Go to Shirt.Woot
Direct from the winery to your thirsty lips: wine deals worth doing a spit-take over.
Go to Wine.Woot
Last chance deals for hardcore cheapskates. Catch 'em before they - you guessed it - sell out.
Go to Sellout.Woot
371,575 deals (and counting)
from around the web, shared and ranked by a community of deal fiends like you.
Go to Deals.Woot.
momemom wrote:Why would anyone get the 25 key one?
Smaller, plus more knobs so you can control things other than pitch or modulation which can be very handy.
worldofglenn wrote:The 25 key one is a good little midi controller. I picked one up last year and had a lot of fun with it. As a midi controller, 25 keys, plus all the other options give you a wealth of control.
That being said, the 49 key one is already gone......
errr, sorry about that. My son wanted a keyboard
grichards23 wrote:Waiting around for 2 days for the 2-pack of buckyballs to show up again.... I'm about to give up
They have them on Newegg for 12.95 in a tin.
Any DJ use or strictly music studio work?
Just for the record, that Session software doesn't work on Windows 7, and M-Audio doesn't support it anymore. M-Audio products come with Pro Tools now. I got the M-Audio MIDI guitar input from a previous Woot, and when I upgraded to 7, I was outta luck.
Fffff I wanted the 49 key one.
Could I adapt this for use in Ableton on Windows?
Ross Geller AKA, Ross-A-Tron would be in for 3
thekraken wrote:Just for the record, that Session software doesn't work on Windows 7, and M-Audio doesn't support it anymore. M-Audio products come with Pro Tools now. I got the M-Audio MIDI guitar input from a previous Woot, and when I upgraded to 7, I was outta luck.
I worked with the M-Audio folks and they gave me a limited version of ProTools, which I have been happily using for several months.
Good catch! XP and Vista are supported. Windows 7 = outta luck!
thekraken wrote:Just for the record, that Session software doesn't work on Windows 7
Because that's all that's left already!
WalterTangoFoxtrot wrote:Its MIDI over USB. plug it into any USB port, on any semi-modern operating system, and it'll recognize it as a MIDI controller.
Great. In for 1.
Now you too can get all angry with the recording studios about SOPA and PIPA being fed to the worms. Ability to actually play good and original music not included (with the equipment or the big recording studios).
Seems like woot-off dajavu.....just last woot-off, I found myself pondering the purchase of the M-Audio Reording Studio Equipment.........ahhhhh
loomis41973 wrote:1980 called, they want thier keyboard back.
That's interesting because 1990 just called and asked for its "1980 just called..." joke back.
Psykik wrote:Any DJ use or strictly music studio work?
Not sure how you'd apply this to DJ use.
Hmm... now I am regretting purchase.
Was almost in for the 49 key
Is the 25 worth it? I mean how many sounds can this little baby produce? I have fruityloops and have been contemplating a plug in...
Was thinking that was an amazing deal for 2 keyboards lol.
Not too bad for what they are even so, the smaller keyboard would be very nice for MIDI.
linkismyhero wrote:Not sure how you'd apply this to DJ use.
greenie44 wrote:I worked with the M-Audio folks and they gave me a limited version of ProTools, which I have been happily using for several months.
How would some of us interested in such magic do the same?
I would recommend this for a kid. Nice portable instrument to learn on. Very cheap.
Think of all the different cow noises that can be made.
Guess I'll wait and do more research.
I'd be in for a 49 key version, but since they've sold out... meh.
Somebody wake me for the leakfrogs.
25-key version also has a MIDI out port so you don't have to use MIDI over USB only. Could be useful for some. I will have to try it with iRig MIDI on iPhone/iPad which doesn't accept MIDI over USB and not every controller works with the Camera Connection Kit on iPad either.
Word of warning, the software that comes with this is absolutely HORRIBLE on Windows 7. Eventually I got it to make a piano noise, but no other effects worked. The manufacturer basically gave up on any Windows 7 support.
The 25key will make a great addition to any midi set up or for someone who just wants to rip it up a bit :-)
Ok I got my 25 key. How do I get sound out of this?
View All →