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As all-encompassing music production instruments, workstations integrate the functionalities of a synthesizer, sequencer and sampler, making them indispensable for composers, producers and performing artists.

If you’re looking for a keyboard that can do it all, then you’re in the right place. Workstations are versatile musical instruments designed for both studio and live use, providing an all-in-one solution for music production, composition and performance. Workstations provide a deep music-making experience, enabling seamless production, arrangement and performance of your compositions within a standalone instrument.

Whether you’re a professional musician or just starting out, workstations offer endless possibilities for creativity and inspiration. With their intuitive interfaces, built-in sequencers and high-quality sounds, you can quickly and easily create complex arrangements, layer tracks and even perform live on stage.

At GAK, we offer a wide range of workstations to suit every need and budget, including models from industry-leading brands such as Roland, Yamaha and Korg. From entry-level models to professional-grade instruments, our selection has something for everyone. We also stock a range of accessories, including pedals & footswitches, cables, cases, headphones, keyboard stands and piano benches to help you get the most out of your workstation.

Visit our Brighton store for a hands-on experience with our workstations, where our friendly and knowledgeable staff will gladly offer guidance. Alternatively, you can contact us online, over the phone or via email for remote advice on purchasing your perfect workstation.

What is a workstation keyboard?

A workstation keyboard is a type of keyboard that is designed to offer a complete music production environment in a single device. It typically includes a range of features such as sound synthesis, sampling, sequencing, effects processing and more.

How is a workstation keyboard different from a regular keyboard?

A workstation keyboard is different from a regular keyboard in that it offers a complete music production environment with advanced features and capabilities for composing, recording and editing music. It also typically has more extensive controls and interface options for accessing and manipulating sounds and other features.

What are the advantages of using a workstation keyboard?

One of the main advantages of using a workstation keyboard is the ability to create complete songs or music productions in a single device. Workstations also typically offer a range of advanced features and capabilities for sound synthesis, sampling, sequencing, effects processing and more, making them an ideal choice for professional producers and musicians.

Can I use a workstation keyboard for live performance?

Yes, many workstation keyboards are designed for live performance, with features such as MIDI and audio connectivity, performance pads and real-time control options for manipulating sounds and effects on the fly.

What is the difference between a workstation keyboard and a digital audio workstation (DAW)?

A workstation keyboard is a standalone device that offers a complete music production environment in a single unit. A DAW, on the other hand, is software that runs on a computer and provides a similar range of features for music production.

Workstations typically offer more hardware-based controls and interface options, while DAWs offer more flexibility and customization options for creating music.

What should I look for when buying a workstation keyboard?

When buying a workstation keyboard, consider factors such as the number and quality of built-in sounds and effects, the type and quality of keybed and controls, the connectivity options and any additional features such as performance pads, sequencers or sampling capabilities.

It’s also important to consider your budget and intended use for the keyboard, whether for studio recording, live performance or both.