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A little hyper Controller practice - Reviews Korg nanoKONTROL2

I use it for a little over a year.

This is my first midi controller dedicated to the faders and knobs!

The pros:
Compact Hyper; strong enough (it has already taken toles he disregarded) ergonomic, practical and aesthetic; the number of controls in fine enough of the stuff once in hand; its price more than okay!

the -: my biggest drawback vis-à-vis this is his driver windows 8 relatively unstable (not over it seems) sometimes mixed with the non-recognition / conflictual relationship with FL Studio 11 but in Ableton software any mix, synth vst any, there was never any problem, I will chipotter and say they could add a channel 9 for the master or a micro-crossfader as I have seen from competitors but that. ..

At this ratio q / p in the range of NaNO2 Korg (the nanoPAD / kontrol the first gen are weaker bcp) is the gift and ultimately a consumable (if ever it breaks it's not hard to find 'occas for a pittance). it helps to have lots of small auxiliary controls, mixer travel, fill the evening with platinum buddies without carrying bcp stuff, in short it's super versatile all-purpose!
With the experience I remake this choice but I am now running on controllers with a lot more knobs and faders;)