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Korg nanoKEY
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Korg nanoKEY

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

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«  affected disastrous »

Published on 05/19/12 at 03:06
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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