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MIDI Console from Korg belonging to the nano series.

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  • Poorly designed!

    Korg nanoKONTROLPublished on 04/15/12 at 05:57
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    Hi,


    Small control surface that looks to me very nice. I want one! because one, it takes me one, two, I want to ruin me.

    The install: my faith, one branch, everything is fine ... if you do not touch anything ...!

    on the other hand, once you install the drivers, there begins the galley, the center of editing commands no longer recognizes the Korg, etc, etc .. until I noticed that on the AF forum My dear compatriots have all had the same problem, oufff!


    Ableton: I'm not an engineer, but my little programming surface under Control live, as and development, looking for MIDI implementation, LOM API, I notice that the toggle mode is not worth much s' it is impossible to control......
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    Hi,


    Small control surface that looks to me very nice. I want one! because one, it takes me one, two, I want to ruin me.

    The install: my faith, one branch, everything is fine ... if you do not touch anything ...!

    on the other hand, once you install the drivers, there begins the galley, the center of editing commands no longer recognizes the Korg, etc, etc .. until I noticed that on the AF forum My dear compatriots have all had the same problem, oufff!


    Ableton: I'm not an engineer, but my little programming surface under Control live, as and development, looking for MIDI implementation, LOM API, I notice that the toggle mode is not worth much s' it is impossible to control the LED buttons / pads. In short, it can be annoying if the buttons on and off and it does not fit on the screen. In the nano 2 LEDs are controllable via software that I have read in the MIDI implementation.

    Basically, c a toy that I want to break when it does not do what I tell him and it makes me want above all want to buy the 2nd.

    For now, I'm getting a reason, and explore the beast! xD

    a +++
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  • ben really not bad for the price!!

    Korg nanoKONTROLPublished on 01/28/13 at 01:52
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    Features: see website builder right here.
    I use it for more than two years and frankly it would go well. I must say that I do not use often and not on all my projects, away from, but whatever the plastoc cheap, and light manufacturing, everything works perfectly, cubase 5 full program whatsoever to the mix general or for automation vst, I'm nanoPAD who also want the road well. frankly at this price it is very convenient. if t want to mix a cheap throw you over. c is the behringer bcr 2000 from, but everything works perfectly. For my part, I made presets mapping general my main vst with features that I use most often but in the end I m not in use with cubase you can assign all in a few......
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    Features: see website builder right here.
    I use it for more than two years and frankly it would go well. I must say that I do not use often and not on all my projects, away from, but whatever the plastoc cheap, and light manufacturing, everything works perfectly, cubase 5 full program whatsoever to the mix general or for automation vst, I'm nanoPAD who also want the road well. frankly at this price it is very convenient. if t want to mix a cheap throw you over. c is the behringer bcr 2000 from, but everything works perfectly. For my part, I made presets mapping general my main vst with features that I use most often but in the end I m not in use with cubase you can assign all in a few clicks, it is very simple.
    J have not tried other models of this price range (there are some at home akai and other manufacturers) but this one suits me very well. I saw the bcf 2000 but have not had the time to try caal air very well too, even better c is already on but a little more expensive. The other advantage is that it Nanok c is really no place for a small home studio is perfect but certainly not a convients live because of the way too fragile. I'm pretty careful and kind of come out of my studio ...
    Value for money: terrible
    I remake that choice without hesitation, also dice that I have a little wheat in j redeemed for one or two 19 or 28 tracks (yes c is the only one in this range have a ca c nine tracks and is cool ....) to the overall mix and one or two more for 1 or 2 vst for automation in combination with one or more nanoPAD examplaires also you can have your console while a small hand and say goodbye to your mouse or almost ...!
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  • Practice, but poorly designed ..

    Korg nanoKONTROLPublished on 11/18/12 at 05:40
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    I use it for more than a year. This is a non-motorized control surface USB.
    Having in hand a BCF2000, it has nothing to do, this is clearly not the same segment. Here we are in the laptop, hop, you put it in the pocket of the ordinary and we carry around with you everywhere.

    Plastic fader caps are a bit cheap, but the buttons are very nice.

    It is practical, with transport buttons, its 9 tracks with two buttons, a fader and knob each.
    For cons, the fact that it is non-motorized annoying when you change banks, the values ​​do not recalent. For example, if the bank 1 on a volume of rule-8db, you change banks, and the software that channel has a volume-1db, if you move the......
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    I use it for more than a year. This is a non-motorized control surface USB.
    Having in hand a BCF2000, it has nothing to do, this is clearly not the same segment. Here we are in the laptop, hop, you put it in the pocket of the ordinary and we carry around with you everywhere.

    Plastic fader caps are a bit cheap, but the buttons are very nice.

    It is practical, with transport buttons, its 9 tracks with two buttons, a fader and knob each.
    For cons, the fact that it is non-motorized annoying when you change banks, the values ​​do not recalent. For example, if the bank 1 on a volume of rule-8db, you change banks, and the software that channel has a volume-1db, if you move the fader, the level drops to -8 .. Horrifying, it is very hard to work with it!

    In addition, the mini USB dropped me yesterday, I had to open and solder cables from the mini resistances .. horror. It works but I thought I should put it in the trash, and it is common ..


    I think this generation is to avoid, anyway it is no longer produced. I do not know if the gen 2 solves these problems .. But now, the market has grown, and I think there may be better elsewhere.

    In the meantime, he gave me good service. Mixed review, then.
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  • Very good value for money

    Korg nanoKONTROLPublished on 02/02/12 at 07:42
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    I use it for 4 years to control Ableton Live, sometimes alone, sometimes combined with Launchpad.

    I mainly use Faderfox controllers (generation 2) that are of incomparable quality! However, the nanoKONTROL (provided you have installed the script "nanoKONTROL Myr" in Live) offers a completely satisfactory alternative to LV2/LC2 Faderfox, and allows me not to expose them to game situations for the risky Safety Equipment.
    Otherwise, I tried to use a Nocturn (model without keyboard), but get the same satisfaction: the problem with Novation, it is especially the Automap.

    What I like most: its price, ease of use, stability in MIDI, turn "cheap" does not exclude the robustness ...
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    I use it for 4 years to control Ableton Live, sometimes alone, sometimes combined with Launchpad.

    I mainly use Faderfox controllers (generation 2) that are of incomparable quality! However, the nanoKONTROL (provided you have installed the script "nanoKONTROL Myr" in Live) offers a completely satisfactory alternative to LV2/LC2 Faderfox, and allows me not to expose them to game situations for the risky Safety Equipment.
    Otherwise, I tried to use a Nocturn (model without keyboard), but get the same satisfaction: the problem with Novation, it is especially the Automap.

    What I like most: its price, ease of use, stability in MIDI, turn "cheap" does not exclude the robustness ...
    (Even works with Live 7 on an old iBook G4 ;-)

    What I like least: the pots (I would have preferred the endless pots), navigation between scenes (only one "way" possible), the fact that Korg has not arranged with Ableton to offer a script "nanoKONTROL" natively in Live 8 (fortunately, you can count on users, thank you ... Myraflur! but the manufacturer is just the shame).

    Very good value for money.

    "If it all over again," I would do almost the same choice: version 2 is available for several months ...
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  • Anonymous

    I kifff

    Korg nanoKONTROLPublished on 10/13/11 at 02:40
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    How long have you use it?

    a while!

    What is so special that you love the most, least?

    + Size
    + Price
    + The number of fader
    White-ugly
    -Fragile

    Have you tried many other models before buying it?

    the same is the second I buy

    How do you price / quality ratio?

    unbeatable

    With experience, you do again this choice? ...

    yes yes yes!
  • Korg nanoKONTROLPublished on 10/30/08 at 07:58
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    - How long have you use it?

    Bought nine yesterday evening and throughout the test much of the morning!

    - What is the particular feature you like best and least?

    The best: the correct price, design, size (what a luxury to have this toy in front of the al macbook keyboard, it looks made for an extension), the general esttique me direct Packing The toy aspect when there are standards possible with Pitis buttons.

    Minimum: no button to go directly to a scene: to go from one of four must fly over the 2 and 3, not because I imagine Always practice adclanche breaks parameters if we do not blunder.
    Korg kontrol editor apparently not yet available, too bad!

    - Have you tried many......
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    - How long have you use it?

    Bought nine yesterday evening and throughout the test much of the morning!

    - What is the particular feature you like best and least?

    The best: the correct price, design, size (what a luxury to have this toy in front of the al macbook keyboard, it looks made for an extension), the general esttique me direct Packing The toy aspect when there are standards possible with Pitis buttons.

    Minimum: no button to go directly to a scene: to go from one of four must fly over the 2 and 3, not because I imagine Always practice adclanche breaks parameters if we do not blunder.
    Korg kontrol editor apparently not yet available, too bad!

    - Have you tried many other models before acqurir?

    From hardware to home korg, I test the KAOSS PAD, and all electribe, if not general midi controllers I have a CPU 33e, m-audio Axiom 49 and M-Audio X Session Pro. This controller has nothing to do, it is exellent for all Pitit's manipulation without moving the hands of a end to the other table. I was looking for an ultra portable and small controller, I found my happiness!

    - How do you report qualitprix?

    Maybe a bit expensive because you have to admit that a hell of aa aspect plastoc! has to weigh 50 grams this thing! J'hsiterais a buy one-hand, life must be limited.

    - With the exprience, you do again this choice? ...

    Yes, because we want to buy the other two for the whole family! Aesthetics and appearance as the perfect ACCOUNTING Aesthetics in performance with the macbook can, in my opinion, change the fawn to work!
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  • Korg nanoKONTROLPublished on 02/11/09 at 14:12
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    I use it for 7 months

    What I like most, its ease of use
    The downside is that some keys you tend not to work properly.

    Its price / quality ratio 8 / 10
    It's a really handy tool

    Yes! I would do without hesitation that choice
  • Korg nanoKONTROLPublished on 03/04/09 at 17:54
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    Just a note for users of Dell Inspiron with Windows Media, the nano is installed by default as soon as plugger, but with the windows drivers as with those delivered by Korg, no program, not even the Korg Kontrol supposed program the nano does not take into account. Otherwise, it looks great.
    If someone in the solution, I'm interested, obviously, the problem comes from the Windows registry ...
  • Anonymous

    Korg nanoKONTROLPublished on 05/04/09 at 03:44
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    Since 2 months,
    I like the most easy to use! the least touch plastic but good for the price should not ask too much either.
    not any other models
    the perfect price! see same exclusive!
    yes no hsiter, I actually ordered two more supplmentaire;)
  • Korg nanoKONTROLPublished on 06/24/09 at 21:34
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    How long have you use it?

    I hold this little gem for two days.
    My configuration: Notebook Maxdata dual core 2 gigs of Ram, Sound Card Edirol UA 101, Nuendo3, Rig3 Guitar, Guitar Combo.

    What is so special that you like most and least?

    The price, size, and the possibilities are what I like. The four scenes and provide the openings widened dare imagine what could be using several Paser KorgKontrol ...
    For use in Live, it's great, you stash the PC sound card behind a beautiful sign at the foot of a stand on which one does ... that the Nano and a bottle of water, hop here!

    For the less, I have not found ... encotre

    Have you tried many other models before buying it?

    Not......
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    How long have you use it?

    I hold this little gem for two days.
    My configuration: Notebook Maxdata dual core 2 gigs of Ram, Sound Card Edirol UA 101, Nuendo3, Rig3 Guitar, Guitar Combo.

    What is so special that you like most and least?

    The price, size, and the possibilities are what I like. The four scenes and provide the openings widened dare imagine what could be using several Paser KorgKontrol ...
    For use in Live, it's great, you stash the PC sound card behind a beautiful sign at the foot of a stand on which one does ... that the Nano and a bottle of water, hop here!

    For the less, I have not found ... encotre

    Have you tried many other models before buying it?

    Not especially, but it is the only product that matches my "specifications", ie, powerful, mobile, lightweight, small footprint, short, cake and butter ...

    How would you rate the quality / price?

    Here, there is simply not photo, obtelir the same result should be around 200 euros with more traditional areas ... and much more cumbersome.
    At 72 euros, including express delivery, to lugging a full studio as well as record live in a backpack, which could be better??

    With experience, you do again this choice? ...

    With my "vast" experience two days, hard to say, since I still oblectif.
    But in any case, I regret not having found it earlier this gem ...
    What must a partial response to the question ...

    Accuracy:

    With Nuendo (I know other apps ..), no need to set the Kontrolle Korg Nano is super easy to assign a function to a fader or pan ..
    Well, we must tweak a bit when one is secular, but it's very intuitive ..

    I leave you, I go back ...
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