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Tiny Pad, Other MIDI Control Surface from Eagletone.


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Eagletone Tiny Pad tech. sheet

  • Manufacturer: Eagletone
  • Model: Tiny Pad
  • Category: Other MIDI Control Surfaces
  • Added in our database on: 05/03/2012

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Eagletone Tiny Pad user reviews

Average Score:3.0( 3/5 based on 2 reviews )
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gegeguit11/23/2013

gegeguit's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" Not too bad, but ..."

Eagletone Tiny Pad
One year. After using the 01 series of Korg Nano. Stronger, less expensive, but ... not finished!


The driver, copy / paste Korg does not really work, and no follow-up in Eagletone.
Too bad, because the gear is much stronger than the 01 series of Korg, with whom I made the road for 4 years without any problems.
I thought looking for replacements for less, but it seems they have enough staff to develop drivers worthy of the name!

Damage, the keyboard is nice, the best Korg 01 faders, pads a little too hard (I think it is missed in the series), and soft, like a missed we did not seen since Atari ST!

I could not make the election, because only the keyboard is still the catalog which serves Eagletone site (which I wanted for a serious brand, but that was before I said my spectacles footwear. ..). they dropped the case.

So, to replace the old Nano, look elsewhere! Akai, or ... Ah yes, Korg Version 2!
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8oris06/01/2013

8oris's review (This content has been automatically translated from French)" Tiny Cost"

Eagletone Tiny Pad
The tiny pad is eagletone version of Korg Nano Pad (sold € 10 more expensive on the site Woodbrass). It is a USB Midi controller surface.
The setup is a little tedious: it must adjust itself through its DAW (Cubase 5 in my case) to assign different functions to the desired pad. It is not complicated but laborious. If the basic functions were adjusted via a xml file to import provided in his DAW, it would have been nice.
There are 14 times 4 pads 56 pads so banks and conventional transport controls (play, pause, record, Fwd, Rwd, Loop) and a fader. Some pads are colored when used, it's useless but it's pretty.
A note on my model, I've never been able to use the fader that sends no signal twelve o'clock.
Everything is in plastic manufacturing is clean and everything seems resistant.

How long have you use it?
A little over 6 months.

What is the particular feature you like best and least?
The Pros:
- The price
- Touch pads

The least:
- Fader HS
- No online documentation (Product Eagletone on the site is hilarious: a picture of the product and that's it ...)
- The pads a little "hard"

Have you tried many other models before buying it?
Not. No.

How would you rate the quality / price?
Good enough.

With experience, you do again this choice? ...
We offered it to me but if I could buy me this kind of product, I think I'll take a Korg that looks better.
For my usage (my DAW remote for conventional shares), but it's enough to fully control VSTi, I think there are better.
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