Abstract: A versatile portable keyboard musical instrument has a number of separable portions including a first keyboard portion detachable from a second supporting base portion for use alone, or the second supporting base portion may be removed from a support stand and the first portion to enable the musical instrument to be easily transported and played by a musician in any desired manner or position, such as vertically, horizontally, at an angle, or while standing, sitting down or moving across a stage or floor. The keyboard musical instrument includes cavities for insertion of a wireless MIDI device, various finger control devices, an electrical power source or adapters to be connected to a power source, to enable the instrument to be used without cables. Each of the different portions is sized and shaped with open areas or spaces for artistic appearance, to lessen the weight thereof and to serve as carrying handles.
Abstract: A keyboard assembly is to be connected to a keyboard port of a host computer and includes a keyboard housing having opposite first and second horizontal faces and opposite vertical side walls at opposite longitudinal ends of the horizontal faces. An array of organ keys is disposed resiliently on the first horizontal face. An organ circuit array is disposed in the keyboard housing and is associated operably with the organ keys. An array of computer keys is disposed resiliently on the second horizontal face. A computer circuit array is disposed in the keyboard housing and is associated operably with the computer keys. A pair of upright support panels is mounted respectively on the side walls of the keyboard housing. Each of the support panels has two opposed distal ends which project respectively past the organ keys and the computer keys. A processor unit is connected electrically to the organ circuit array and the computer circuit array and is to be connected to the keyboard port of the host computer.