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Review M-Audio Code 61 Black MIDI keyboard. Where to buy it?

M-Audio is a business unit of inMusic Brands that designs and markets digital audio and MIDI interfaces, keyboards and MIDI controllers, synthesizers, speakers, studio monitors, digital DJ systems, microphones, and music software. I’ll tell you how this post is built. First I will list the features of this M-Audio Code 61 Black keyboard. Then you have a video or two, purchase links and useful comments from other users and then you have one of the most useful parts; comparison tables with similar keyboards so you can compare.

  • 61 full-size keys
  • Speed sensitive with aftertouch
  • 4 assignable zones for divisions and layers
  • Assignable XY control pad for HID control
  • 16 fully assignable speed-sensitive trigger pads
  • 8 encoders 360 assignable
  • 9 assignable faders
  • 9 assignable buttons
  • Pitch bend and modulation wheels
  • Transport control via Mackie/HUI protocol
  • LED providing an instant display of each parameter
  • Input for volume and sustain pedal
  • Operates via USB power with 5-pin MIDI input and output
  • Software included: Ableton Live Lite, Hybrid 3.0, and Loom by Air Music Technology
  • Power supply not included optionally available
  • Minimum requirements: Windows 7 (32 and 64 bit) and Mac OS X 10.7.5
  • Dimensions: 1024 x 257 x 73mm (width x depth x height)
  • Weight: 4,95Kg
  • Color: Black

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This MIDI keyboard is usually priced at around €236.00 and offers 61 full-size keys with sensitivity and aftertouch, with the interesting 4 zone function assigned for divisions and layers.

It also offers a Pad XY control that can be assigned to any parameter in a DAW or a plug-in you are using. With 16 fully assignable velocity-sensitive trigger pads, 8 assignable 360 knobs, 9 assignable faders, and 9 assignable buttons, it’s truly complete, giving you great control over your favorite DAW’s functions.

It has a volume pedal input and a sustain pedal works with USB power (an external power supply, sold separately, can also be used) and also has a MIDI input and output.

Finally, the M-Audio Code 61 Black is licensed under Ableton Live Lite, Hybrid 3.0, and Loom by Air Music Technology.

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M-Audio Code 61 Black vs M-Audio Oxygen 61 Mk4

The M-Audio Code 61 Black MIDI keyboard is priced at €236 and the M-Audio Oxygen 61 Mk4 is priced at €155/£133/$154. This makes a difference of £77 between them. Let’s move on to the face-to-face:

  • Both offer 61 full-size keys, the Oxygen 61 has synthesizer action.
  • The M-Audio Code 61 Black offers an assignable XY pad control, 16 assignable sensitive pads, 8 assignable 360 knobs, 9 assignable faders, 9 assignable buttons, pitch bend, and modulation wheels, and a transport control, which will allow us to quickly advance our project in the DAW of our choice.
  • The M-Audio Oxygen 61 Mk4 features 8 speed-sensitive pads, 8 assignable knobs, 9 assignable faders, modulation, and pitch bend wheels, and transport buttons for DAW control (rec, play, forward, reverse, etc.)
  • Both are USB powered, Code 61 can also be powered by an external power supply (not included) and also has MIDI In and Out. Both accept sustain pedal, Code 61 for volume as well.
  • Finally, the M-Audio Code 61 Black includes licenses for Ableton Live Lite, Hybrid 3.0, and Loom by Air Music Technology, while the M-Audio Oxygen 61 Mk4 includes: SONiVOX Twist (Software), Ableton Live Lite (Software).

Let’s put the features of these keyboards in a table so you can compare

M-Audio Code 61 Black

M-Audio Oxygen 61 Mk4

  • 61 full-size keys
  • Speed sensitive with aftertouch
  • 4 assignable zones for divisions and layers
  • Assignable XY control pad for HID control
  • 16 fully assignable speed-sensitive trigger pads
  • 8 encoders 360 assignable
  • 9 assignable faders
  • 9 assignable buttons
  • Pitch bend and modulation wheels
  • Transport control via Mackie/HUI protocol
  • LED providing an instant display of each parameter
  • Input for volume and sustain pedal
  • Operates via USB power with 5-pin MIDI input and output
  • Software included: Ableton Live Lite, Hybrid 3.0, and Loom by Air Music Technology
  • Power supply not included optionally available
  • Minimum requirements: Windows 7 (32 and 64 bit) and Mac OS X 10.7.5
  • Dimensions: 1024 x 257 x 73mm (width x depth x height)
  • Weight: 4,95Kg
  • 61 full-size speed-sensitive synthesizer action keys
  • 8 speed-sensitive trigger pads
  • 8 assignable knobs
  • 9 assignable faders
  • Transport buttons for DAW control
  • Pitch bend and modulation wheels
  • Automation for popular DAWs: Ableton Live, Pro Tools, Logic, Cubase, and more
  • LCD screen
  • USB powered
  • Plug-and-Play Support
  • MIDI-USB connectivity
  • Input for sustain pedal
  • Included software: Ableton Live Lite and SONiVOX Twist Synth
  • The box also includes: SONiVOX Twist (Software), Ableton Live Lite (Software), USB cable, quick start guide, warranty, and safety manual
  • Dimensions: 977 x 243 x 94mm (width x depth x height)
  • Weight: 3.4kg

Our first comparison has 2 MIDI controllers from the same brand, M-Audio. Due to its price and features, we can say that the M-Audio Code 61, as the touchpad, is a function that we don’t find in many controllers, besides the popular pads, knobs, and buttons. It also has MIDI input and output. While the M-Audio Oxygen 61 Mk4 offers fewer features, we also have it at a lower price. If you are on a budget and would like to have the extra features such as an XY pad, and MIDI input and output, the M-Audio Code 6 will work for you. Otherwise, the M-Audio Oxygen 61 Mk4 is not a bad choice either.

Here is a video of the M-Audio Oxygen 61 Mk4 keyboard

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jBFZlBwGpSU

If you want to know more about this option, click on the following link to see the M-Audio Oxygen 61 Mk4 review.

M-Audio Code 61 Black vs M-Audio Keystation 61 Mk3

The M-Audio Code 61 Black MIDI Keyboard is priced at €236 while the M-Audio Keystation 61 Mk3 is priced at €115/£99/$114 With a difference of £121. Let’s move on to the face-to-face:

  • Both offer 61 full-size keys, the Keystation 61 has synthesizer action.
  • The M-Audio Code 61 Black offers an assignable XY pad control, 16 assignable sensitive pads, 8 assignable 360 knobs, 9 assignable faders, 9 assignable buttons, pitch bend, and modulation wheels, and a transport control, allowing us to quickly advance our project in the DAW of our choice.
  • The M-Audio Keystation 61 Mk3 features modulation and pitch bend wheels, an octave switch, transport buttons for DAW control (rec, play, forward and reverse), and an assignable fader.
  • Both are USB powered, but can also be powered by an external power supply (not included) and also have MIDI In and Out. Both accept sustain pedal, and Code 61 also accepts volume.
  • Finally, the M-Audio Code 61 Black includes licenses for Ableton Live Lite, Hybrid 3.0, and Loom by Air Music Technology, while the M-Audio Keystation 61 Mk3 includes Pro Tools First M-Audio Edition, Ableton Live Lite, AIR Mini Grand, AIR Velvet, and AIR Xpand!2.

Let’s put the features of these keyboards in a table so you can compare

M-Audio Code 61 Black

M-Audio Keystation 61 Mk3

  • 61 full-size keys
  • Speed sensitive with aftertouch
  • 4 assignable zones for divisions and layers
  • Assignable XY control pad for HID control
  • 16 fully assignable speed-sensitive trigger pads
  • 8 encoders 360 assignable
  • 9 assignable faders
  • 9 assignable buttons
  • Pitch bend and modulation wheels
  • Transport control via Mackie/HUI protocol
  • LED providing an instant display of each parameter
  • Input for volume and sustain pedal
  • Operates via USB power with 5-pin MIDI input and output
  • Software included: Ableton Live Lite, Hybrid 3.0, and Loom by Air Music Technology
  • Power supply not included optionally available
  • Minimum requirements: Windows 7 (32 and 64 bit) and Mac OS X 10.7.5
  • Dimensions: 1024 x 257 x 73mm (width x depth x height)
  • Weight: 4,95Kg
  • 61 speed-sensitive keys
  • Pitch bend and modulation wheels
  • Octave switch
  • Transport buttons for DAW control
  • A fader
  • 6.3 mm jack input for optional sustain pedal (not included)
  • USB bus-powered
  • MIDI output
  • Plug&Play for Mac and PC
  • Input for external power supply (not included)
  • Includes Pro Tools First M-Audio Edition, Ableton Live Lite, AIR Mini Grand, AIR Velvet, and AIR Xpand!2
  • Dimensions: 995 x 189 x 68 mm
  • Weight: 4.1 kg

Again in another comparison, we have the M-Audio Code 61 Black with all of its features and specifications, and another MIDI controller, which is somewhat less expensive and has fewer control features. If you’re on a budget, the M-Audio Code 61 Black will give you more control of your DAW, but if you want a more minimalist controller that focuses more on the keyboard, and also more economical, the M-Audio Keystation 61 Mk3 will be your ideal choice.

Here’s a video of the M-Audio Keystation 61 Mk3

If you want to know more about this option, click on the following link to see the M-Audio Keystation 61 Mk3 review.

M-Audio Code 61 Black vs Novation Impulse 61

The M-Audio Code 61 Black MIDI Keyboard is priced at €236 when the Novation Impulse 61 is priced at €321/£295/$325 and we now have a more expensive model to test. Let’s go head to head:

  • They both offer 61 full-size keys, the Novation Impulse 61 has semi-backward and aftertouch keys.
  • The M-Audio Code 61 Black offers an assignable XY pad control, 16 assignable sensitive pads, 8 assignable 360 knobs, 9 assignable faders, 9 assignable buttons, pitch bend, and modulation wheels, and a transport control, which will allow us to quickly advance our project in the DAW of our choice.
  • The Novation Impulse 61 offers 8 backlit drums pads, 9 assignable 55mm faders, 9 assignable buttons, 8 assignable knobs, 6 transport keys (stop, rec, play, etc) also modulation and pitch bend wheels, octave up/down and beat-roll and clip-launch buttons.
  • Both are USB powered, the M-Audio can also be powered by an external power supply (not included) and also has MIDI In and MIDI Out. The Novation has an input for sustain and expression pedals. And the M-Audio has volume and sustain.
  • Finally, the M-Audio Code 61 Black includes licenses for Ableton Live Lite, Hybrid 3.0, and Loom by Air Music Technology, while the M-Audio Keystation 61 Mk3 includes Pro Tools First M-Audio Edition, Ableton Live Lite, AIR Mini Grand, AIR Velvet, and AIR Xpand!2.

Let’s put the features of these keyboards in a table so you can compare

M-Audio Code 61 Black

Novation Impulse 61

  • 61 full-size keys
  • Speed sensitive with aftertouch
  • 4 assignable zones for divisions and layers
  • Assignable XY control pad for HID control
  • 16 fully assignable speed-sensitive trigger pads
  • 8 encoders 360 assignable
  • 9 assignable faders
  • 9 assignable buttons
  • Pitch bend and modulation wheels
  • Transport control via Mackie/HUI protocol
  • LED providing an instant display of each parameter
  • Input for volume and sustain pedal
  • Operates via USB power with 5-pin MIDI input and output
  • Software included: Ableton Live Lite, Hybrid 3.0, and Loom by Air Music Technology
  • Power supply not included optionally available
  • Minimum requirements: Windows 7 (32 and 64 bit) and Mac OS X 10.7.5
  • Dimensions: 1024 x 257 x 73mm (width x depth x height)
  • Weight: 4,95Kg
  • 61 semi-heavy keys and Aftertouch
  • Full DAW and Plug-in control
  • 8 Backlit Drum Pads
  • 9 Fader of 55mm
  • 9 assignable buttons
  • 8 rotation regulators
  • 6 Transport keys
  • Modulation-pitch wheels
  • 2-octave buttons
  • Arpeggiator
  • Beat-Roll and Clip-Launch buttons
  • LCD screen
  • USB connection
  • Connections for expression and sustain pedals
  • MIDI in/out
  • Automap-Control-Software
  • Includes Xcite+ Software Pack, Ableton Live Lite
  • Size: 1022 x 332 x 100 mm
  • Weight: 6.5 kg

Now we have a comparison of our MIDI controller, the M-Audio Code 61, with the functions we have already analyzed before, and on the other hand, the Notation Impulse 61 that has very similar functions to the M-Audio, but on the keyboard it outperforms it having keys with aftertouch and semi-controlled. If you have the budget, go for the M-Audio, while if your budget is less, the M-Audio Code 61 is not bad.

And here’s a video of the Novation Impulse 61 keyboard

If you want to know more about this option, click on the following link to see the Novation Impulse 61 review.

M-Audio Code 61 Black vs Arturia KeyLab Essential 61

The M-Audio Code 61 Black MIDI Keyboard is priced at €236 when the Arturia KeyLab Essential 61 is priced at €239/£215/$240 with a difference so small that it could change depending on the store where you ask. Let’s take a look at the face of it:

  • Both offer 61 full-size, sensitivity, and aftertouch keys.
  • The M-Audio Code 61 Black offers an assignable XY pad control, 16 assignable sensitive pads, 8 assignable 360 knobs, 9 assignable faders, 9 assignable buttons, pitch bend, and modulation wheels, and a transport control, which will allow us to quickly advance our project in the DAW of our choice.
  • The Arturia KeyLab Essential 61 offers 8 sensitive drums pads, 9 assignable knobs, 13 assignable buttons, a transport section (with 4 switches), and also modulation and pitch bend wheels.
  • Both are USB powered, the M-Audio can also be powered by an external power supply (not included) and also has MIDI In and MIDI Out. The Arturia has a sustain pedal input. And the M-Audio has volume and sustain.
  • Finally, the M-Audio Code 61 Black includes licenses for Ableton Live Lite, Hybrid 3.0, and Loom by Air Music Technology, while the Arturia KeyLab Essential 61 includes Arturia Analog Lab 2, Ableton Live Lite, and UVI Grand Piano software.

Let’s put the features of these keyboards in a table so you can compare

M-Audio Code 61 Black

Arturia KeyLab Essential 61

  • 61 full-size keys
  • Speed sensitive with aftertouch
  • 4 assignable zones for divisions and layers
  • Assignable XY control pad for HID control
  • 16 fully assignable speed-sensitive trigger pads
  • 8 encoders 360 assignable
  • 9 assignable faders
  • 9 assignable buttons
  • Pitch bend and modulation wheels
  • Transport control via Mackie/HUI protocol
  • LED providing instant display of each parameter
  • Input for volume and sustain pedal
  • Operates via USB power with 5-pin MIDI input and output
  • Software included: Ableton Live Lite, Hybrid 3.0 and Loom by Air Music Technology
  • Power supply not included optionally available
  • Minimum requirements: Windows 7 (32 and 64 bit) and Mac OS X 10.7.5
  • Dimensions: 1024 x 257 x 73mm (width x depth x height)
  • Weight: 4,95Kg
  • With 61 speed-sensitive keys
  • 8 speed-sensitive pads with Aftertouch
  • 1 pulseable encoder
  • 9 rotating knobs
  • 13 buttons
  • Transport section with 4 function switches
  • LCD screen
  • Tone and modulation wheel
  • Mode of interpretation of chords
  • Compatible with Mackie/HUI protocol
  • USB port
  • MIDI output
  • Connection for sustain pedal
  • Input for power supply (not included)
  • Native USB support
  • Includes Arturia Analog Lab 2, Ableton Live Lite and UVI Grand Piano software
  • Dimensions: 882 x 76 x 248mm (width x height x depth)
  • Weight: 3,3Kg

Again, we have another comparison of two very similar keyboards, both in price and features, but precisely in number of features the M-Audio Code 61 offers more functions, remembering also its XY pad control, which is not found in most MIDI controllers, and that using it in the right way can give very positive results. This would be my personal decision, you get more for the same price.

And here is a video of the Arturia KeyLab Essential 61

If you want to know more about this option, click on the following link to see the Arturia KeyLab Essential 61 review.

M-Audio Code 61 Black vs Native Instruments Komplete Kontrol A61

The M-Audio Code 61 Black MIDI Keyboard is priced at €236 when the Native Instruments Komplete Kontrol A61 is priced at €222/£199/$223. Let’s see the face-to-face:

  • Both offer 61 full-size, sensitive keys. Those on the M-Audio have aftertouch, while those on the Kontrol A61 are semi-weighted.
  • The M-Audio Code 61 Black offers an assignable XY pad control, 16 assignable sensitive pads, 8 assignable 360 knobs, 9 assignable faders, 9 assignable buttons, pitch bend and modulation wheels, and a transport control, which will allow us to quickly advance our project in the DAW of our choice.
  • The Native Instruments Komplete Kontrol A61 offers 8 touch-sensitive encoders, pitch and modulation wheels, and a 4D push button.
  • Both are USB-powered, the M-Audio can also be powered by an external power supply (not included) and also has MIDI Input and Output. The Kontrol A61 has a sustain pedal input. And the M-Audio has volume and sustain.
  • Finally, the M-Audio Code 61 Black includes licenses for Ableton Live Lite, Hybrid 3.0 and Loom by Air Music Technology, while the Native Instruments Komplete Kontrol A61 includes Komplete effects and instruments: The Gentleman, Monark, Scarbee Mark I, Reaktor Prism, Reaktor Blocks Wired, Reaktor 6 Player, Kontakt 6 Player, Guitar Rig 5 Player, Komplete Kontrol Software, Maschine Essential.

Let’s put the features of these keyboards in a table so you can compare

M-Audio Code 61 Black

Native Instruments Komplete Kontrol A61

  • 61 full-size keys
  • Speed sensitive with aftertouch
  • 4 assignable zones for divisions and layers
  • Assignable XY control pad for HID control
  • 16 fully assignable speed-sensitive trigger pads
  • 8 encoders 360 assignable
  • 9 assignable faders
  • 9 assignable buttons
  • Pitch bend and modulation wheels
  • Transport control via Mackie/HUI protocol
  • LED providing an instant display of each parameter
  • Input for volume and sustain pedal
  • Operates via USB power with 5-pin MIDI input and output
  • Software included: Ableton Live Lite, Hybrid 3.0 and Loom by Air Music Technology
  • Power supply not included optionally available
  • Minimum requirements: Windows 7 (32 and 64 bit) and Mac OS X 10.7.5
  • Dimensions: 1024 x 257 x 73mm (width x depth x height)
  • Weight: 4,95Kg
  • Newly developed semi-weighted keyboard
  • 61 keys
  • 8 touch-sensitive encoders, tone and modulation wheels
  • Push-button 4D encoder
  • Smart Player
  • Integration with Maschine
  • Intuitive control over Logic Pro X, Ableton Live, Garage Band, Cubase and Nuendo
  • USB powered
  • 6.3 mm input for pedal
  • USB port
  • Dimensions: 984 x 257 x 89 mm
  • Weight: 4.7 kg
  • Includes Komplete effects and instruments: The Gentleman, Monark, Scarbee Mark I, Reaktor Prism, Reaktor Blocks Wired, Reaktor 6 Player, Kontakt 6 Player, Guitar Rig 5 Player, Komplete Kontrol Software, Maschine Essential

In this comparison, we again find somewhat similar MIDI controllers with their respective advantages and disadvantages. M-Audio has many features, including the XY pad we discussed earlier. The Kontrol A61 offers a 61-key keyboard that is sensitive and semi-weighted, which greatly improves its quality and is a few euros cheaper. In this comparison, you should see which one best meets your needs and choose the best one for you.

And here is a video of the Native Instruments Komplete Kontrol A61 keyboard

If you want to know more about this option, click on the following link to see the Native Instruments Komplete Kontrol A61 review.

M-Audio Code 61 Black vs Alesis VI61

The M-Audio Code 61 Black MIDI Keyboard is priced at €236 when the Alesis VI61 is priced at €249 with a difference of £13 which, because it is so small, can change depending on which shop we ask. Let’s take a look at the face-to-face:

  • Both offer 61 full-size, sensitive keys. The ones on the M-Audio have aftertouch, while the ones on the Alesis VI61 are semi-weighted and also have aftertouch.
  • The M-Audio Code 61 Black offers an assignable XY pad control, 16 assignable sensitive pads, 8 assignable 360 knobs, 9 assignable faders, 9 assignable buttons, pitch bend, and modulation wheels, and a transport control, which will allow us to quickly advance our project in the DAW of our choice.
  • The Alesis VI61 offers 16 speed-sensitive pads with RGB backlighting, 48 assignable buttons and 16 assignable knobs, also pitch and modulation wheels.
  • Both are USB powered, the M-Audio can also be powered by an external power supply (not included) and also has MIDI In and Out. The Alesis VI61 has a sustain pedal input. And the M-Audio has volume and sustain.
  • Finally, the M-Audio Code 61 Black includes a license for Ableton Live Lite, Hybrid 3.0 and Loom by Air Music Technology, while the Alesis VI61 includes Ableton Live Lite software (download), Xpand! software and the Alesis VI61 has a USB port 2 software (download).

Let’s put the features of these keyboards in a table so you can compare

M-Audio Code 61 Black

Alesis VI61

  • 61 full-size keys
  • Speed sensitive with aftertouch
  • 4 assignable zones for divisions and layers
  • Assignable XY control pad for HID control
  • 16 fully assignable speed-sensitive trigger pads
  • 8 encoders 360 assignable
  • 9 assignable faders
  • 9 assignable buttons
  • Pitch bend and modulation wheels
  • Transport control via Mackie/HUI protocol
  • LED providing instant display of each parameter
  • Input for volume and sustain pedal
  • Operates via USB power with 5-pin MIDI input and output
  • Software included: Ableton Live Lite, Hybrid 3.0 and Loom by Air Music Technology
  • Power supply not included optionally available
  • Minimum requirements: Windows 7 (32 and 64 bit) and Mac OS X 10.7.5
  • Dimensions: 1024 x 257 x 73mm (width x depth x height)
  • Weight: 4,95Kg
  • 61 semi-balanced keys with full-size aftertouch with square front
  • 16 speed-sensitive trigger pads with RGB backlighting for rhythm production and clip release
  • Interface with 48 buttons and 16 assignable knobs with your music software
  • Pitch and modulation wheels provide precise and creative control
  • Seamless visual information via LED display and illuminated buttons + knobs
  • USB MIDI port and 5-pin MIDI output offer flexible MIDI connectivity
  • USB powered
  • Plug-and-Play support for Mac and PC
  • Includes USB cable, Ableton Live Lite software (download), Xpand! 2 software (download)

As a final comparison, we have two MIDI controllers that are very similar, both in price and function, on the one hand the well-known M-Audio Code 61 that offers us its controls such as: 61 full-size keys, with sensitivity and aftertouch, the XY pad, 16 pads, 8 knobs, 9 faders and 9 buttons, all of which are assignable. And on the other hand the Alesis VI61 that offers us: 61 semi-balanced and sensitive keys, 16 pads, 48 buttons and 16 knobs both assignable. Both with good control functions, which personally I would go for the M-Audio for its XY pad control, although both options are very good.

And here’s a video of the Alesis VI61 keyboard

If you want to know more about this option, click on the following link to see the Alesis VI61 review.

Which is the best of these MIDI keyboards if I am a beginner on a low budget?

While the answer to this question lies mostly in what specific need you have, for example, if you want to have a keyboard with the widest range of notes possible, or if you want to have as many control functions as possible, or perhaps a mix between the two, that is without leaving behind the different connections and software licenses that most MIDI controllers offer, we will give an objective opinion according to our experience in music production and thus also with the price demanded by the controllers, a kind of value for money.

In this comparison, we find a price range between 115 and 321 euros, and the MIDI controller that has the best value for money in our opinion is the M-Audio Oxygen 61 Mk4 which for a fair price offers certain control features that other controllers do not offer even at a more expensive price, and so its sustain pedal connection and licenses add up to this being a quality MIDI controller.

Where to buy the M-Audio Code 61 Black keyboard

Thomann

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  • Sometimes a better price.
  • He’s got worse stock than Thomann.

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