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Topic: korg nanopad for modulation control

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    korg nanopad for modulation control

    Hi all,

    I just got a Korg Nanopad for drum programming <http://www.korg.com/nanoseries> and it has am x/y pad that can be manipulated with one's finger to alter continuous controller data. Has anybody tried this, and if so, how you likin' it? I have an M-audio radium 61 keyboard, and i don't care for the mod wheel for programming dynamics with the garritan collections. The other option, perhaps, is to use an old video game joystick.

    Any thoughts? Thanks in advance.

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    Re: korg nanopad for modulation control

    Hi Allan,

    I have one and have also tried it for that purpose. It works pretty well, except there's a small curve learning to associate translational movement with volume instead of pressure. Personally, I've found I prefer the modwheel for influencing dynamics. If you have any sort of library with volume control it also excels in that area.


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    Re: korg nanopad for modulation control

    Many thanks, Reegs, for the reply. It's always a matter of technique, comfort, and mind-to-music facility. I'm going to sit with it and see if i can get comfortable.



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