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  1. Erica
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  3. Tuesday, 08 October 2019
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Hi everyone! I want someone to help me with a piece of advice. I am a happy owner of Yamaha PSR-E433 (started learning piano almost 1 year ago), then I understood that I do not use even half of what my keyboard can do and recently decided to use it as a MIDI device with sequencers (tried FL Studio and Ableton). And it seems like I need to replace this one with something that has pads on its panel. Or probably I should buy a solid pad controller (something from Akai APC product line). I thought of buying Alesis like this one https://primesound.org/best-61-key-midi-controller/#product1 because reviews were good, but then thought that's 8 pads is not enough. And finally, the question is "What should I do?". What should I buy? If there are any advanced beatmakers or composers, please, help me out!
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Erica, welcome to the forums.

8 pads are definitely enough.

The best advice I can give you is for you to go into a music store that has MIDI devices on display. Try out the various form factors and choose those that do what you want.
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Thanks but I already ordered the one with 8 pads :) A friend told me the 8 pads should be enough, too, on my level
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