Korg nanoSeries Turns Notebooks Into A Sound House
For all willing to use their notebooks as a mobile sound recording studio, Korg is preparing its new nanoSeries. It includes nanoKEY keyboard (25-key velocity-sensitive), nanoPAD (2 highly responsive trigger pads, also capable of sending both notes and MIDI control data, plus an X-Y pad with roll and flam functions), nanoKONTROL (nine faders, nine knobs and 18 switches plus a full transport section for expansive control).
Sized 320 x 83 x 14 mm, the nanoKEY will be bundled with Korg M1Le, a light version included into the Legacy Collection Digital Edition. The nanoPAD is sized 320 x 82 x 16.5 mm and is bundled with a free Toontrack EZDrummer Lite software. Finally, nanoKONTROL buyers will be given a discount coupon for Ableton Live. The latter device is the largest of three, sized 320 x 82 x 29.5.
All these miniature solutions operate and are powered via USB. While no release dates have been announced yet, each of the novelties is said to cost about $100.
Sources: Korg, musicradar.com, DV247.com
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