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25-Key MIDI Keyboard from Korg belonging to the nano series.

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  • Anonymous

    Very delicate as Midi Controller: 2/10.

    Korg nanoKEYPublished on 04/05/12 at 02:24
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    Very delicate as a small Korg keyboards NanoClavier: 2/10 !!!
    Connection twelve o'clock from usb

    USE

    Nice touch, but not Solite Assais !!!!
    Le Clair and sufficiently ventilated manual.
    simple configuration, no reproaches.


    NOTICE GLOBAL

    Use only if five months, and then he fail !!!
    Resembler should touch the touch of real piano, as Akai LPD-25 !!!
    Poor quality fragile !!! & Price: 59 Euro.
    I do again for my Akai LPD-25.
  • Korg nanoKEYPublished on 01/23/13 at 14:33
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    Master Keyboard 25 keys (2 octaves) USB laptop.

    UTILIZATION

    Key layout a bit strange, they would have respected the position of an ordinary piano keyboard. Just a pity there is no mini pitch wheel (replaced by two buttons side by side) or modulation. Damage as they pass through doives Korg Kontrol Editor software included with for settings including the MIDI channel change.

    That said, it was the width of my laptop 14 inches: it comes smack bang in the bag it without cluttering the computer.

    OVERALL OPINION

    Its positive points:
    - Tiny, perfect with a laptop computer
    - With velocity sensitivity
    - Cheap

    Its negative points:
    - 2 keys to change the pitch wheel,......
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    Master Keyboard 25 keys (2 octaves) USB laptop.

    UTILIZATION

    Key layout a bit strange, they would have respected the position of an ordinary piano keyboard. Just a pity there is no mini pitch wheel (replaced by two buttons side by side) or modulation. Damage as they pass through doives Korg Kontrol Editor software included with for settings including the MIDI channel change.

    That said, it was the width of my laptop 14 inches: it comes smack bang in the bag it without cluttering the computer.

    OVERALL OPINION

    Its positive points:
    - Tiny, perfect with a laptop computer
    - With velocity sensitivity
    - Cheap

    Its negative points:
    - 2 keys to change the pitch wheel, modulation wheel not
    - Software Korg Kontrol Editor to make any necessary adjustments

    However, I must admit that there is the idea :-)))
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  • affected disastrous

    Korg nanoKEYPublished on 05/19/12 at 03:06
    (This content has been automatically translated from French)
    the small size.
    USB connectivity.

    UTILIZATION

    touched the keyboard is disastrous.
    the top of white keys is inoperative. this is very unpleasant. You miss a note on 4.

    otherwise the configuration is simple, of course.
    and it is obviously more convenient than the keyboard of the computer.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I bought the skin of the buttocks in milonga (too bad for me).
    I use it for 4 years .. melody notes for block and tackle agreed composition demo.
    This is convenient because of small size. it was beside his mobile ... inspiration comes suddenly and hop it is plugged in and it works.
    on the other hand, the hit is so much shit that makes you a crash rating of 5 when......
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    the small size.
    USB connectivity.

    UTILIZATION

    touched the keyboard is disastrous.
    the top of white keys is inoperative. this is very unpleasant. You miss a note on 4.

    otherwise the configuration is simple, of course.
    and it is obviously more convenient than the keyboard of the computer.

    OVERALL OPINION

    I bought the skin of the buttocks in milonga (too bad for me).
    I use it for 4 years .. melody notes for block and tackle agreed composition demo.
    This is convenient because of small size. it was beside his mobile ... inspiration comes suddenly and hop it is plugged in and it works.
    on the other hand, the hit is so much shit that makes you a crash rating of 5 when playing melody.
    we are left to edit the melody and correct the velocity of certain notes, rather than focusing on music. damage.
    I would do that choice.
    I would go see the alternatives of the same size.
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  • Anonymous

    Very fragile as Midi Controller: 2/10.

    Korg nanoKEYPublished on 04/05/12 at 02:26
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    Very fragile as small keyboards Korg NanoClavier: 2/10!
    Usb connection from twelve o'clock

    UTILIZATION

    The nice touch, but not Solite assais!!
    The manual Clear and sufficient amount.
    simple configuration, not blame.

    OVERALL OPINION

    Use only if five months, and then he is breaking down!
    The touch should resembler real piano touch as the Akai LPD-25!
    Poor quality, fragile! & Price: 59 Euro.
    I do again for my Akai LPK-25.
  • compact

    Korg nanoKEYPublished on 01/12/12 at 23:15
    The Korg Nano Key is a great midi keyboard. Korg always brings some of the best midi keyboards on the Market. After using the Axiom 61, I didn’t think that the mini would have much for me. But I gave it a chance and its great, this midi keyboard is very small and portable. I packed it right in my laptop bag with my laptop and had my production studio go anywhere that I went. On the Nano, there aren’t knobs and sliders that you can use to sync with your software to automate certain things. That is really the only thing that is missing from the mini that is on most other models that Korg creates.


    UTILIZATION

    Even though this is a small midi controller its still very sturdy and holds......
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    The Korg Nano Key is a great midi keyboard. Korg always brings some of the best midi keyboards on the Market. After using the Axiom 61, I didn’t think that the mini would have much for me. But I gave it a chance and its great, this midi keyboard is very small and portable. I packed it right in my laptop bag with my laptop and had my production studio go anywhere that I went. On the Nano, there aren’t knobs and sliders that you can use to sync with your software to automate certain things. That is really the only thing that is missing from the mini that is on most other models that Korg creates.


    UTILIZATION

    Even though this is a small midi controller its still very sturdy and holds up great. Its all plastic but still holds its own weight. I didn’t even have to load the drivers. I just plugged it in via usb and it automatically was recognized by my windows computer and was ready to use in Cubase and Fl Studio. But if you need to load the disk up to get your drivers in you can and will have no problem doing so. Even if you need to update your drivers M Audio makes it extremely easy to do so on their website you can go on there and update the drivers for free anytime you wish for any of the products that they create.


    OVERALL OPINION

    Overall this is worth it, the price is affordable and all producers need a midi keyboard that can be hooked up with usb or with midi cables. You can take this with you anywhere and have your studio on hand no matter where you are so when inspiration hits you are prepared to start creating on the spot. This little midi controller is well worth it.
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  • Korg nanoKEYPublished on 03/02/09 at 13:03
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    Usb keyboard, compact, go anywhere.
    -Easy to install and configure.
    It is suitable for my little confuguration (laptop).
    -Comes with download code m1 and ableton live7 is quite nice.

    UTILIZATION

    -The keys are like a computer keyboard (not a real keyboard).
    -But is suitable for my use (some vsti here and there).

    OVERALL OPINION

    I've had five months.
    what I like most c the possibilities it offers (I begin Music) and what I like least is the noise of the keys when I play. otherwise I like it.
    this is my first keyboard.
    good value for money.
    with the experience I save a little keyboard for a more "typical".
    To start it's really good. ...
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    Usb keyboard, compact, go anywhere.
    -Easy to install and configure.
    It is suitable for my little confuguration (laptop).
    -Comes with download code m1 and ableton live7 is quite nice.

    UTILIZATION

    -The keys are like a computer keyboard (not a real keyboard).
    -But is suitable for my use (some vsti here and there).

    OVERALL OPINION

    I've had five months.
    what I like most c the possibilities it offers (I begin Music) and what I like least is the noise of the keys when I play. otherwise I like it.
    this is my first keyboard.
    good value for money.
    with the experience I save a little keyboard for a more "typical".
    To start it's really good.
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  • Korg nanoKEYPublished on 03/24/09 at 10:01
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    The price ... I intended to test the usefulness of a keyboard matre minimum charge.

    Mini USB connector ==> USB

    UTILIZATION

    The touch keyboard is quite dsagrable, but hey, when a achte 30cm 50 Keyboard not expect something wonderful!

    The configuration of the bug is not mchante, even if I have a little battle to install the USB driver Korg. But once installed and Reason lanc bah was a micro synth sounds with dchirent!

    The manual is ridiculous ...

    OVERALL OPINION

    I reu this morning and all day long with jou ...

    What I like least is the dynamic touch. It is so bad that when I get to the zapper with the software I use I Do not hesitate. But hey, it's a tiny machine again,......
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    The price ... I intended to test the usefulness of a keyboard matre minimum charge.

    Mini USB connector ==> USB

    UTILIZATION

    The touch keyboard is quite dsagrable, but hey, when a achte 30cm 50 Keyboard not expect something wonderful!

    The configuration of the bug is not mchante, even if I have a little battle to install the USB driver Korg. But once installed and Reason lanc bah was a micro synth sounds with dchirent!

    The manual is ridiculous ...

    OVERALL OPINION

    I reu this morning and all day long with jou ...

    What I like least is the dynamic touch. It is so bad that when I get to the zapper with the software I use I Do not hesitate. But hey, it's a tiny machine again, not expect a Clavinova!

    I prfre nanoKEY with this is what it has t cr: a tool Reduces the minimum size and a minimum price. For the price quality ratio, as korg is alone in this niche, we can not say that there is any comparison possible.

    I think I do it again because this choice for discovering this type of instrument is plutt well, but the way I ds j'achte srieux something more.
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  • Korg nanoKEYPublished on 04/07/09 at 09:56
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    Size and mobility

    UTILIZATION

    This is just a toy ... Go to any toy store, you will find better. This is a shot from gni korg commercialize a plastic piano for children under 8 years by posing as a technological object rel.

    OVERALL OPINION

    More seriously, the IDE dpart excellente.Un silent keyboard as compact as possible for computer music Nomade.Le problem is the final product: RIDICULOUS. (I 've obviously not bought but I have played (this is the right word ...) with an APRS noon.
    Yet it was enough to sell korg this type of product 50 euros more, to offer a real usable product on a trip, By creating a controller of the same size but with a finish and resistance tural: hull in......
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    Size and mobility

    UTILIZATION

    This is just a toy ... Go to any toy store, you will find better. This is a shot from gni korg commercialize a plastic piano for children under 8 years by posing as a technological object rel.

    OVERALL OPINION

    More seriously, the IDE dpart excellente.Un silent keyboard as compact as possible for computer music Nomade.Le problem is the final product: RIDICULOUS. (I 've obviously not bought but I have played (this is the right word ...) with an APRS noon.
    Yet it was enough to sell korg this type of product 50 euros more, to offer a real usable product on a trip, By creating a controller of the same size but with a finish and resistance tural: hull in m tal keys more resistant largest 2-3 cm thick etc ... without falling into the range of 24-key keyboards such audio or edirol M.
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  • Korg nanoKEYPublished on 06/04/09 at 13:26
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    N / C

    UTILIZATION

    N / C

    OVERALL OPINION

    EDIT: APRS three months of use, I come back here to edit my opinion and my take note of 7 / 10 9 / 10 as often I used this little journey of keyboard cidment never leaves me and the shock of perfectly rsiste backpack 5 x per week!

    On leaving, I hsit jump, but after the first chos pluttngatifs of the press and internet forums, I finally m'tais rsign. Today, I do not regret my purchase and I even Whereas, if I compare some other products on the market that I have far more than my money's worth as it is cheap .

    I post my opinion here to help possibly a buyer.

    The NaonoKEY is first and foremost an extremely compact portable solution......
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    N / C

    UTILIZATION

    N / C

    OVERALL OPINION

    EDIT: APRS three months of use, I come back here to edit my opinion and my take note of 7 / 10 9 / 10 as often I used this little journey of keyboard cidment never leaves me and the shock of perfectly rsiste backpack 5 x per week!

    On leaving, I hsit jump, but after the first chos pluttngatifs of the press and internet forums, I finally m'tais rsign. Today, I do not regret my purchase and I even Whereas, if I compare some other products on the market that I have far more than my money's worth as it is cheap .

    I post my opinion here to help possibly a buyer.

    The NaonoKEY is first and foremost an extremely compact portable solution that allows to record a REALLY ide music during your dplacements. I use both sitting in my bed, the library that city on a station platform or the train. For this purpose, it is perfect!

    on the other hand, it is true that his touch is initially quite surprising. It's the same sensation as pound on a keyboard (same as when I prcise more music!). It takes a good hour of adaptation, because the subtle nuances are sometimes ignored, the keys are blocking lgrement. Therefore it like typing on a computer and that the dynamics of the game that lil. Yes, this keyboard is REALLY sensitive, but not the VLOC, the width of its dynamic range is excellent.

    In résumé must remember to play piano on it (but can we REALLY play the piano keyboard on any two octaves?). on the other hand, its use to save a little Młoda that running through the head and especially with formulations of synthtiseurs monophonic, and the bass playing is excellent. Eventually, I noticed that indeed the low dynamic range and its tiny keys mulate allow me to play a real bass player much better than a conventional keyboard. I must say that I have small hands, and being able to reach the 9th, 12th and even 11ME and 13th (!) While keeping my thumb on the note and tonal property has changed my life in more ways than one rhythm! In other words, can be happily nanoKEY dtourn for opration indict!

    I +

    + The extreme non-compact (you can REALLY take it anywhere!)
    + The small price
    + Small buttons for certain uses

    I -

    - Touch amliorer which can be (even if it is fast enough)
    - Key modulation pretty bad

    IN SUMMARY: A tiny keyboard use when You are not home, REALLY useful to enter into agreements in arpgiateur, small Młoda compose, play bass lines or synth monophonic synthesizer.

    computer music in the beginners looking for a first keyboard Matra and that would be tempted by its low price, I would advise to move towards a more conventional 25-key keyboard
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  • Korg nanoKEYPublished on 11/07/09 at 10:10
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    USB Midi, size "nano"

    UTILIZATION

    feel worse than a toy.
    configuration, ok for basic use.

    OVERALL OPINION

    used (slightly) for 1 year.
    He had no competitor for space and space at the time.
    more height and weight
    less: it's really the Camelott, after a short time half the buttons stop responding, or more correctly. I removed some of it to clean the contacts, their mechanism is so fragile that I screwed up two in the air result unusable!
    It should be worth € 15 maximum. There are cheap toys in the bazaars of Pakistan who are better than that! (Except for the velocity sensitivity and MIDI, of course!)
    I'll put the Akai LPK 25. ...
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    USB Midi, size "nano"

    UTILIZATION

    feel worse than a toy.
    configuration, ok for basic use.

    OVERALL OPINION

    used (slightly) for 1 year.
    He had no competitor for space and space at the time.
    more height and weight
    less: it's really the Camelott, after a short time half the buttons stop responding, or more correctly. I removed some of it to clean the contacts, their mechanism is so fragile that I screwed up two in the air result unusable!
    It should be worth € 15 maximum. There are cheap toys in the bazaars of Pakistan who are better than that! (Except for the velocity sensitivity and MIDI, of course!)
    I'll put the Akai LPK 25.
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