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Korg nanoKONTROL Studio Bluetooth/USB MIDI Control Surface with 8 Faders and Backlit Switches


Korg nanoKONTROL Studio Bluetooth/USB MIDI Control Surface with 8 Faders and Backlit Switches


The nanoKONTROL Studio provides transport keys and a mixer section, giving you stress-free control of your DAW or DJ software. It is battery operated and can connect wirelessly with your iPhone/iPad or Mac/Windows. It’s a light-weight, compact mobile MIDI controller that lets you create music more intuitively than ever.

  • A compact physical MIDI controller that’s ideal for mobile or desktop uses.
  • USB and wireless for more music production freedom.
  • Refined and stylish design

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What customers say about Korg nanoKONTROL Studio Bluetooth/USB MIDI Control Surface with 8 Faders and Backlit Switches?

  1. 4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Works with Auria Pro on Ipad Pro with powered hub, April 16, 2016
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    H.264 (Beverly Hills) –

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    Korg nanoKONTROL Studio

    Mainly purchased this to use on the ipad pro and specifically with auria pro. I have no use for this anywhere else because I have a hardware production setup and don’t use computers at all for music production.

    Apparently the Korg needs a bit more power than the usb3 dongle with the lightning port can provide. I had a pickle of a time trying to get the korg to be recognized. it powered up a few times (I would disconnect to plug it to the editor then plug it back to the dongle) but then it just would not power up anymore.

    Got a powered hub and now the korg turns on each and every time, so it seems the new apple usb3 dongle with usb port and lighting port does not provide enough current for both the ipad pro and the korg. and I use the 29w mac power brick with the usb to c lightning cable (1meter).

    As mentioned, the korg Kontrol Studio works with Auria Pro in PRO TOOLS mode. You can set this mode with a combination button press when you power up the Korg, so the editor is not needed unless you want to change some parameters for your unique setup.

    In my experience using this with Auria Pro:

    faders work
    mute/solo/record work. those buttons also light up when they are activated.
    “Select” was not working. i am not sure what it could be used for in auria pro
    pan knobs work
    transport (<< ,>>) buttons work.

    you can cycle through 8 channels of tracks with the “TRACK” buttons (< , > ) eg. 1-8 , 9-16, etc. there is no visual feedback from the korg or on screen to show which 8 tracks the korg is controlling. you just have to keep count how many times you press those “TRACK” buttons. I mean you could press a mute or move a fader, etc to see a visual cue that way.

    the jog wheel works the same way the ffw/rew buttons do. if you move it one click to the right, the timeline scrolls continuous, same in reverse. if you click the jog wheel forward 2 or more times it jumps to the end, and jumps to the top if you do this counterclockwise.

    i prefer to have the jog wheel “jog” the timeline when you are rotating the wheel and STOP when you let it go, but i have yet to find a setting in the korg editor that will allow this to work. This is most likely how the software is implemented (Auria) and not the korg or its editor.

    this product is small, lightweight and works well out of the box. Recommend it.

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  2. 1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Look ma! No wires!, June 24, 2016
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    This is a great upgrade to Korg’s nanoseries. It’s basically got the whole 25 key keyboard from the nanokey2, half the pads of the nanopad2, and some knobs as well, plus a whole bunch more under the hood. Comes with a good bunch of software also. Only taking off one star because the keys are not traditional (though, are anything smaller than a full sized keyboard, really?) and they do take a little getting used to, but they are good for the overall form factor and velocity sensitive as well. I got to writing in no time.

    Win! I’m thinking of pickup up the nanoKONTROL Studio as well.

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  3. 2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    which is always nice. I’m having a hell of a time with …, June 17, 2016
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    Arrived early, and on my day off :-), which is always nice.

    I’m having a hell of a time with the Korg USB driver on Win 10, so I’m just using the generic USB Audio driver. It’s still detected by the Editor Software (after a ton of reinstalling of driver). If I install the Korg USB driver utility and use their driver then the editor and my DAW won’t see the device, even though it shows in device manager. I had to go into System32 and SysWOW64 folders and delete the drivers that Korg utility installed and let Windows reinstall the generic driver to get it working again. Hopefully anyone having the same issue comes across this. Not sure what the problem was.

    Other than that, it works as expected. Feels solid, though I wish the piano keys had a different feel. They feel and sound like a computer keyboard. Should be fun. I think I can still recommend it even though it’s a tad of a hassle initially.

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