So despite that a conventional 12 note/octave keyboard controller isn’t especially crucial to how I work, I at some point would like to get one; looking at mainly the Verbos Touchplate Keyboard–for various reasons, not least of which, aesthetics. Yes, I like it.
That said, while poking around about the K-Mix, I decided to see what else that company makes. Saw the QuNexus.
Under 200 bucks and has CV/gate out.
It’s basic, but it’s 12 keys/octave.
What’s the catch?
Does it do what it should?
Is it good?
If it’s all that, why spend well upwards of $500 if this little thing gives you twelve quantized chromatic notes, with bend, octave switching, etc.?
…and is smaller, more portable, doesn’t need a wall wart…etc.?
Why doesn’t everyone have one?
If I keep typing questions, will the president elect and his entire swamp of appointees magically drop dead?