Korg Nanopad Nano Pad 2 Controller USB MIDI Black
Slim-line controllers combining cutting-edge design and technology
Each of the nanoSERIES2 of ultra-compact and low-profile USB-MIDI controllers will fit perfectly in front of your laptop computer or desktop keyboard, offering impressive control while conserving valuable set-up space. Simply connect a single USB cable, and you´ve got a music production studio on your desk at home or on the go.
Three models to suit your needs
The nanoKEY2 is equipped with 25 velocity-sensing keys and an advanced design for reliable recording. For entering drum parts, the nanoPAD2 is the top choice. It boasts 16 responsive pads and an X-Y touchpad, just as on the Kaossilator Pro. The nanoKONTROL2 provides knobs, switches, and faders - perfect for controlling any DAW computer based DAW or numerous types of other music production software. Choose one, two or all three nanoSERIES2 controllers, and set up a simple and stylish system that´s perfect for your music production needs.
Two stylish colors: Black and White
Each of the three nanoSERIES2 models is available in your choice of bold Black or bright White. Choose the color that's right for you - match your computer, contrast your console - it's all up to you!
An ideal companion for the microKEY
The nanoSERIES2 controllers are the ideal companions for the 37-note, natural-touch Korg microKEY. The latter's dual USB hub ports allow any two nanoSERIES2 controllers to be connected directly to the microKEY to create a customized, expanding control center for any music production system.
- 16 trigger pads with velocity and 4 velocity curves
- X-Y pad
- HOLD button
- GATE ARP button
- TOUCH SCALE button
- KEY/RANGE button
- SCALE/ARP button
- SCENE button
- 4 user scene memories
- Host applications corresponding to MIDI input
- USB bus power
- USB bus power: less than 100 mA
- Size (W x D x H): 12.80 x 3.27 x 0.63 inches
- Weight: 0.63 lbs.
- Accessories: USB cable
sammsousa what audio ifnertace are you using? If you are using an audio ifnertace (USB, Firewire, etc) for your sound output/input these devices almost always add latency. Programs like Ableton Live, Logic, Cubase, Maschine will allow you to offset this latency in the preferences control panel. If you aren't using an audio ifnertace but still getting latency problems try 1. upgrading the driver and 2. play with the latency compensation in your preferences control panel. I had a friend who bought the MPK Mini when it first came out and she had problems with it in ableton live when she first tried it. But i believe after upgrading software for both the akai and updating Ableton Live to the latest version she got it working properly. Hope that helps!