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Monday, June 16, 2008

korg nanoseries is a dj's dream for portability

Forget the nanoSeries for portable use--this seems legitimate as a main interface for a learning producer. Korg's three new interfaces--the nanoPAD, nanoKEY, and nanoKONTROL--are designed "to meet the needs of artists who like to make music on the go but don't want to make any sacrifices in the control department." The nanoKEY is a 25-key keyboard, the nanoPAD is a drum machine/sampler, and the nanoKONTROL is an EQ device including 9 faders, 9 knobs, 18 switches and a transport section. Are all powered via USB which makes for an ultimately light production set-up.

No word on price yet, but reports say it won't cost anymore than £60. I don't know how much that is, but that weird looking L totally dominates the $.

(Found via Music Radar & Billionaire Boys Club)

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

Is it really that cheap? If it is, it's gonna be 153,88 USD (77,91 EUR.) I want one!!!!

don said...

i dunno man they look cheap. from what i've read they are: http://musicthing.blogspot.com/2008/06/korg-nanokey-nanokontrol-nanopad-tiny.html

Naturai said...

I want one!!

 
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