Korg nanoSeries in Black
Korg announces black versions of their nanoSeries controllers.
The new Korg nanoSeries USB powered slim-line controllers launched earlier this year will soon be available in black.
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The nanoKEY features a 25-key velocity-sensitive keyboard. The keys can also be set to send MIDI control data. The nanoPAD features 12 trigger pads, also capable of sending both notes and MIDI control data, plus an X/Y pad with roll and flam functions. The nanoKONTROL offers nine faders, nine knobs and 18 switches plus a full transport section for expansive control; plus it features a note input mode.
Pricing and Availability:
Price: nanoKEY £42.00
Available: December 2008
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