Notes: The Korg NanoPad USB powered slim-line controller is so small you can put it on your workstation, in front of your laptop, on a recording console or anywhere else you need versatile control over your DAW, virtual instrument/effect or DJ software.The Korg NanoPad, despite its small size, goes huge when it comes to functionality, yet its intuitive layout provide extremely easy operation for any user.
The NanoPad features 16 highly responsive trigger pads, also capable of sending both notes and MIDI control data, plus an X-Y pad with roll and flam functions giving you a unique interface for realistic drum programming. In addition, a new chord trigger function lets you enter chords onto a single pad, helping you to make the most of the work surface as you create. The pads are also able to transmit control change messages, making this a great interface for soloing or muting mixer tracks, turning objects on and off, or triggering clips during your live performances.
Korg NanoPad's X-Y pad offers roll and flam modes, to help you lay down ultra-realistic drum grooves. The X-Y pad will also send MIDI control change, making it a go-to interface for any parameter within your software that requires full range MIDI control such as pitch, cutoff, volume and beyond.
With the Korg Kontrol editor (downloadable free of charge from the Korg website) you can customize four scenes that address the pads and X-Y pad can be stored within NanoPad to suit your control needs. That means you actually have access to 48 notes/chords, 60 MIDI controllers, or any combination of the two types of data at any given time. Also, select one of three velocity curves or a fixed velocity to tailor the NanoPad to your touch.