IK Multimedia Intros iRig Keys Mini

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IK Multimedia has introduced the iRig Keys Mini, an ultra-portable MIDI mini keyboard that they puts “a full-featured playing experience in an ultra-compact enclosure”. 

irigkeysmini_laptopbagFeatures:

  • 25 velocity-sensitive mini-keys (2 full octaves range plus 1 note)
    Volume/Data knob (assignable)
  • Back-lit, soft-touch Octave Up/Down buttons
  • Core MIDI and USB class compliant – plug and play
  • Powered from iOS device or Mac/PC
  • Comes with SampleTank FREE iOS and iGrand Piano FREE apps (download from the App store)
  • Comes with iGrand Piano FREE and iLectric Piano FREE for Android (download from Google Play or Samsung Galaxy Apps)
  • Comes with free Mac/PC software: SampleTank 3 SE (download from IK User Area)
  • Comes with free Mac/PC virtual instrument collections for SampleTank 3: The Grid plus 5 collections from Beats and Elektronika series (choose and download from IK
  • User Area), plus 25 free Gear Credits to use in the Custom Shop
  • Includes Lightning, OTG to Micro-USB and USB cables (optional 30-pin cable can be used for older iOS devices)

The iRig Keys Mini is available now for US $79.99.

17 thoughts on “IK Multimedia Intros iRig Keys Mini

  1. As a trainee pedant with some musical experience , isnt C-C1-C2 ” two full octaves ” ….so what’s this about “+ 1 note ” ?

  2. On the plus side it comes with a bunch of FREE apps that you need to download from an app store!? And does the box also contain air that I can breath? They can’t stop giving – well, apart from features and specs.

  3. The “lightning connector” cable has the wrong connector on the other end, so it can’t be used with the keyboard it is packaged with. So as the device comes from IK Multimedia, it can NOT be used with iPad/iPhone which requires a lightning connector. Didn’t anybody at IK Multimedia even look at them when they arrived for distribution?!? The Lightning cable has a 7-pin mini-DIN connector on the other end, but the keyboard itself only has a micro-USB connection. Who was responsible for such stupidity? And for sites like this to post this sort of review — it’s as if nobody at synthtopia even looked at one of these units, because if they did, they would see that the lightning cable doesn’t work and would mention it in this review!

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