In the Lilliputian technological spirit of the age, Korg has produced possibly three of the smallest Midi controllers ever, appropriately dubbed the Nano range. Korg’s nanoKEY is an extremely slim-line USB MIDI controller keyboard. It’s an incredible-feeling, features 25 velocity-sensitive keys that can transmit either MIDI note or CC (Continuous Controller) data. This 25-note keyboard boasts an Octave Shift function so you have access to every note plus must-have expression tools are onboard for taking charge of pitch and modulation. You also can shift octaves, change pitch and modulation independently, even throw the nanoKEY in to CC (Control Change) MODE to switch the keys to MIDI-assignable parameter controls. Visual feedback comes courtesy of a trio of LEDs, the rightmost of which indicates whether CC Mode is active or not. The remaining two convey the current octave.
According to several user reviews of Korg NanoKey, some users have praised it for the super-portable; Ridiculously affordable. But some users also have complained for the buttons aren’t pressure sensitive.
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To restoring the factory settings of Korg NanoKey, you must connect via USB to computer while simultaneously holding the OCTAVE DOWN, OCTAVE UP, MOD buttons. The Factory Reset procedure is complete.
Warning! This procedure will return the Korg NanoKey to its factory default state. Do not use this function unless you are certain that you want to do this. Hopefully the article of “Restoring Korg NanoKey to Factory Default Condition” was useful.