On 21/03/13 15:58, rosea.grammostola wrote:
I got a Korg nanoKONTROL to control Native Instruments's B4II -- it's
perfect as it has nine channels, each with a knob, fader and two buttons
which is just right for controlling a Hammond's drawbars.
I mapped the buttons to various things like keyclick on and off,
vibrato/chorus on/off etc and knobs to chorus/vibrato settings, keyclick
The Nanos sit nicely atop my M-Audio Keystation 88as they are slim and
have little rubber feet so they don't slide around. They don't have
in/out/through though, just midi out over USB.
Korg, in their "wisdom", made the nanoKONTROL2 only eight channels
though. Perhaps that will be sufficient for you, or perhaps you might
find a used one on eBay.
However, I recently came across a copy of the original nanoKONTROL
called the Icon iControls:
Thomann stock other Icon products but don't seem to have that particular
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