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 Looking for a musical keyboard substitute that can be connected to computer.?

Answer What you're looking for is called a MIDI controller.This sends MIDI data to a separate processor so that it may generate the desired sounds.Look around for USB MIDI controllers. They're pretty che... Read More »
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How to Use My Keyboard As a Musical Keyboard With Sonar 6?

Using a computer keyboard as a MIDI (Musical Instrument Digital Interface) device is a solution for the low-budget or cramped studio. Although playing it will not be as quick or intuitive as a mus... Read More »
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Who made the first musical keyboard?

The first musical keyboard was built by Bartolomeo Cristofori in 1709. He called this device the Fortepiano, which later came to be known as the world's first piano. This piano was believed to have... Read More »
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What does Hz stand for on a musical keyboard?

On a musical keyboard, the number in front of Hz identifies the keyboard's standard pitch, which is the perceived frequency of sound produced by it. Hz, short for Hertz, is a unit of frequency of o... Read More »
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When was the musical keyboard invented?

The first electronic keyboard (the Clavioline) was invented by Constant Martin in France in 1947. By the 1950s, it was licensed to be manufactured all over the world and gave musicians many sounds ... Read More »
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