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Korg nanoKONTROL2 - Slimline USB MIDI Controller (White)
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Convenient, compact control surface, with easy setup for immediate use.
In a body proportioned to fit perfectly in front of your laptop computer, the Korg nanoKONTROL2 provides eight channels of the controllers you need to control your music software.
The nanoKONTROL2 also features a dedicated transport control section.
The buttons have been carefully selected to be useful with your software, ensuring simple and intuitive control.
Many software titles – including major DAW programs – are supported, dramatically reducing the need to make complicated connection settings.
- Low-profile, multi-function control surface
- New track select and marker advance parameters
- Supports numerous software titles including major DAW programs
Available in either black or white
8 knobs, 8 sliders, 24 buttons
REW/FF/STOP/PLAY/REC, CYCLE button, MARKER button, TRACK button
Corresponding Software (not included)
Avid Pro Tools
MOTU Digital Performer
USB bus power
Dimensions (W x D x H)
325 x 83 x 30 mm/ 12.80 x 3.27 x 1.18 inches
Owners manual; USB cable; Software download voucher
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Buy one, even if you don't need it.
I accept that my review is skewed towards my own experience but I'll explain why I haven't used it much:
I bought it to make mixing tracks down in Logic less fiddly, but within seconds of using this tiny device I realised that it made it harder, not easier. Unless you cover the thing in stickers and colour coding you're going to spend most of the time looking back and forth from screen to nanokontrol and trying to link the channels. I tried to lie to myself that I would use this, if only for controlling busses, but it's just WAY easier just to do it on screen.
The second usage I considered was setting it up to control resonance filters etc on some of the logic instruments with the sliders and knobs, for live use. This worked ok, but actually getting Logic to UNLEARN these controls so i could go back to mixing mode ( sliders mapped to console ) proved to be anything but straightforward. The KORG plugin seems to provide options to change things but they just flatly didn't work for me. This inability to quickly change or reset control assignments became a real pain, and so i just didn't bother with it anymore.
I accept there is no doubt some kind of work around for this but you get to a point in life when fiddling in music programs for hours on end loses its novelty, and it's quicker to change track and do something else.
Overall a nice little idea, but not for me. I hope some people made good use of this device.
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easy to use
would recommend over a normal channel controller and with a nanopad2