Korg nanoPAD2 - Slim-Line USB MIDI Controller (Black)

Korg nanoPAD2 - Slim-Line USB MIDI Controller (Black)

Korg nanoPAD2 - Slim-Line USB MIDI Controller (Black)

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Product Highlights

  • 16 Pads
  • X-Y Pad
  • Hold Button
  • Gate ARP and Scale/ARP Buttons
  • Touch Scale and Scene Buttons
  • Key/Range Button
  • iPad Support
  • Software Instrument Licenses
  • Mac OS X
  • Windows XP/Vista/7
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Color: Black

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Korg nanoPAD2 overview

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The nanoPAD2 from Korg is an ultra-compact and low-profile pad controller, perfect for entering drum data and one that fits perfectly in front of a laptop or desktop computer keyboard. Using a single USB cable, the 16-pad controller offers impressive control while conserving valuable set-up space.

The pads are velocity sensitive. The X-Y pad can be used to control multiple synthesizer parameters while a "Touch Scale" function allows for playing phrases on the touchpad. The controller is USB bus powered and with the appropriate connector kit (not included) the unit is compatible with Apple's iPad.

Downloadable software allows for custom configuring the pad responses, and licenses are provided for 3 virtual instruments to facilitate immediate music creation.

Low-profile pad controller, excellent for playing or entering drum data
Perfect for a mobile setup using a notebook computer
16 solid, responsive and velocity-sensitive trigger pads
4 banks provide a total of 64 pad assignments
Control multiple MIDI parameters via the X-Y Touchpad
"Touch Scale" function allows for playing phrases on the X-Y touchpad, with a choice of 16 different scales and the ability to specify the root key and note range
Gate ARP function transmits note data based on tempo
Tap tempo and tempo sync supported
USB powered
Korg Kontrol Editor software (available on Korg's website) allows the user to choose from three velocity curves or fixed velocity, specify note numbers, create user scales for the Touch Scale function, assign chords, assign control change messages, and save settings
Can function with the iPad via Apple's iPad Camera Connection Kit (not included), providing MIDI control using Apple Core MIDI features
In the Box
Korg nanoPAD2 - Slim-Line USB MIDI Controller (Black)
  • USB Cable
  • M1 Le (License)
  • EzDrummer Lite (License)
  • Lounge Lizard Session (License)
  • Ableton "Live" Series (Discount Coupon)
  • One (1) Year Warranty
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    Korg nanoPAD2 specs

    Trigger Pads 16 velocity sensitive pads
    Presets No
    User Memory 4 scene memories
    Controllers 1 x X-Y Pad
    1 x Hold Button
    1 x Gate ARP Button
    1 x Touch Scale Button
    1 x Key Range Button
    1 x Scale/ARP Button
    1 x Scene Button
    Output 1 x Mini USB
    Inputs No
    Display Power indicator
    Power Requirements USB bus power (less than 100mA)
    Dimensions 12.8 x 3.3 x 0.6" (325 x 83 x 15mm)
    Weight 0.63 lbs (286g)
    System Compatibility Mac OS X 10.4.7 or later
    Windows XP SP3 (32-bit) or later, Vista SP2 (32- and 64-bit) or Windows 7 (32- and 64-bit)
    Specialties Plug and play
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    Package Weight 0.95 lb
    Box Dimensions (LxWxH) 14.5 x 3.9 x 1.6"

    Korg nanoPAD2 reviews

    nanoPAD2 - Slim-Line USB MIDI Controller (Black) is rated 4.2 out of 5 by 9.
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from The Nanaopad2 saved my life in fight with a Drunk Raccoon. My neighbors had a huge party. There was ton's of booze in their trash and this raccoon was drinking it all. He came at me like Mom on Thanksgiving. I yelled calm down little homey but bit my girl, Looty right on jeans. Her jeans hurt really bad. He had Looty cornered up against the dumpster. I went inside and ate a Ham and Cheese Hot Pocket for POWER. Then I grabbed my Laptop and my Nanopad 2. I went outside and started dropping some fresh beats. The furry little trash panda danced his heart out for like two hours. He even apologized to my Looty and gave us each a glass of dumpster booze. He was upset because animal control took his little brother Scarple. This was an education. I thank YOU KORG for making it easy for me to please drunk trash pandas. Looty was so impressed that she let me do some elbow stuff. You guys are the best.
    Date published: 2016-08-12
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Amazing Portable MIDI controller I'm using this controller in tandem with the NanoKontrol (which has faders), to MIDI map all functions for Ableton Live. It offers plenty of programmable pads and 4 different scenes. The only drawback is its durability on the road (touring) over time...
    Date published: 2011-10-05
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Nice unit, great price I got this to use with Ableton Live. The pads are good considering the price, I love the XY pad though my unit had a dead zone. I RMA'd the unit back to bhp and am waiting on a new unit. That is not Korg or bhp's bad IMO since defects exist in any batch. bhp were very quick in getting me the info to send it back, no problems and no hassles.
    Date published: 2012-12-03
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from Ok but pretty much limited to drums I bought this mainly for the XY pad, but was disappointed as there doesn't seem to be anyway to reset the MIDI CC controller assignment, it is 1 and 2 but I need 1 and 11. I am now using it as a drum and percussion input device which is what it's main purpose was intended for. I ended up setting up the Liine Lemur app on my iPad instead to use as a MIDI controller.
    Date published: 2013-02-18
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from No good for keyboards I bought the nanoPad for use with my Nord Electro keyboard, since the product can emit Program Change messages. It turns out to be non-functional in this context. Both the keyboard and the pads apparently function in the role of USB slave and therefore won't talk to each other, the nanoPad will only work when plugged into a computer. This is ridiculous, in my opinion. It looks like a great product, too bad it didn't work at all for me.
    Date published: 2011-08-02
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Product For The Money I have a midi studio and was looking for a small pad controller. I had an Akai MPD 18 that I hated. You had to hit the pads so hard, your fingers would hurt. I found the Korg Nano Pad2 and I love it. It has great pad sensitivity. Plug and play with Live and other software I have.Is it plastic, yes, but well made for $
    Date published: 2012-11-05
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from nanoPad2 Great controller easy to use and affordable. It also come with a few free downloadable software to begin your music making.
    Date published: 2012-09-27
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from not as expected i think this is a good product. I bought for my grandson and it requires more hook-ups and programs than he wanted.
    Date published: 2016-01-03
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