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>>> korg | nano series: nano key / nano pad / nano kontrol <<<

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wow, awesome..

hope it's cheap!
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Just another 'awesome' from here...
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Wonder if you can use several Nanokontrol at once. Nice mobile console...
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when when when!!?!?!?!
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The links in the initial post say October.
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Looks great. I think I will pick up all 3...

I wonder if there would be any power consumption / data bandwidth issues connecting all 3 to your laptop at the same time?
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Those look like a ton of fun for a little laptop writing set-up!
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Bump.

Anyone have / used these yet?
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out in "october" which could mean any time from october until next year

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Anyone have / used these yet?
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Oh true?

Thanks man.

I thought they were already out!!!

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cool video of Jordan Rudess using the nano key.



also a REALLY cool one on here from the 10/17/08 blog off of "Wizard's Log"

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Could you use the Nanotransport at the same time as you used a MC mix?
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im interested in the nanopad. i hate the feeling of the pads on my axiom. you guys think these will be higher quality?

looked at a couple of online stores. some of them say they will have more in stock November 2nd, Sweetwater says late October. i wonder when GC's, Sam Ash's, etc. will have them.
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im interested in the nanopad. i hate the feeling of the pads on my axiom. you guys think these will be higher quality?

looked at a couple of online stores. some of them say they will have more in stock November 2nd, Sweetwater says late October. i wonder when GC's, Sam Ash's, etc. will have them.
same here. although more for that xy pad. I freakin hate the one on the novation. so damn cheap.
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anyone used these yet? I might get the keyboard for starbucks/flights..

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I like the Nano Pad!

I already have a MicroKontrol though, so I probably wont get them. It's almost like they split the MicroKontrol into three devices. I wish I had the XY pad though!
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anyone used these yet? I might get the keyboard for starbucks/flights..

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same here. goin to GC tomorrow to get mine thumbsup
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same here. goin to GC tomorrow to get mine thumbsup
report back! I have to order if I want one..

thanks!
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Just tried them out on loan from my retailer (who I've made rich ).

They are super cheap and plasticky and are being returned after only about 3 hours of use.

The idea is cool but the build and feel are terrible.
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Just tried them out on loan from my retailer (who I've made rich ).

They are super cheap and plasticky and are being returned after only about 3 hours of use.

The idea is cool but the build and feel are terrible.
How do the sliders on the nanokontrol feel?
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The keyboard is really bad. About the same as using a laptop qwerty keyboard, other than the layout. I really hope the pads are better. If they are like the M3 I will be happy.

Hopefully someone will take this concept and improve upon the design. I would gladly pay more for durability.
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Korg Padkontrol pads are the most sensitive. The Nano Pad looks like the same thing.
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hum... playing with a nanokey for the last 20mins, borrowed it off my mate. Its cheep as chips, in a bad way. I can only see this being used on a plane or bus, if you must. Just way to plastic, key action... there is none. Reminds of the really old ataris with the contact keyboard. Keys tend to miss notes sometime too if your playing fast. I guess if you're a kid and never used a really good keyboard before they'll seem fine!

Don't know still thinking about this, might keep it just for club gigs, when I have to play in the dj booth... I imagine it will break pretty fast too. Its just too flimsy... shame I really wanted this to be just a little be better built.
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I can only see this being used on a plane or bus, if you must.
The intended application. It's just a tool of convenience. I like it.

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