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Korg nanoPAD Compact MIDI Controller

The Korg nanoPAD is brought to you by Korg’s new line of compact USB-MIDI controllers. The nano PAD is a member of Korg’s new family of slim-line controllers designed to save precious studio space.

This MDI controller is definitely small enough to tag along on any musical journey, tour, or road trip. It fits easily in front of your laptop, on your workstation, or on a recording console, anywhere you want control over your DAW, virtual instrument, effect or DJ software. You might even place it in the glove box of your car if that's how you roll...hardcore commitment there!

The nanoPAD about the size of a computer keyboard, featuring 12 super-responsive trigger pads that translate your playing dynamics perfectly. Korg referenced years of manufacturing experience at the top of the professional spectrum in the creation of this inconspicuous yet great-feeling and heavy hitting MIDI controller. Each of the pads can send up to 8 notes, or 8 MIDI control messages simultaneously!

The X/Y touchpad helps you program realistic drum rolls and flams as well as transmit MIDI control to the x- and y- axis. With four scenes of internal memory, you can store four different playing surfaces and call them up instantly in real time. Then, save an infinitely more scenes on the included Editor/Librarian software and load them onto your nanoPAD when you feel like switching it up. Sure, the nanoPAD is small but it can take anything you throw at it, just don’t throw IT.

The Korg nanoPAD compact MIDI controller will save you deck space, rack space, studio space, desk space, and even airline tray table space with room left over for your cocktail. The world is changing. Just take a look at the Korg nano line. It's like an optical illusion; they LOOK small but they are actually BIG! They're little big things. Introduce one to your set up today to feel the big time sound of small time design. Brought to you by the one and only Korg.

For more details, visit Korg's website - nanoSeries


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