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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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Oliviercool Oliviercool
Published on 01/23/13 at 14:33
Value For Money : Excellent
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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