Thank you for purchasing the Korg nanoKONTROL slim-line USB controller. To help A knob, slider, two buttons (button 1 and button 2) are collectively called a. The Korg nanoKONTROL2 is a USB compliant device and your Operating system will automatically install the necessary drivers when the unit is connected to a. How to reset a Korg nanoKontrol2 to the factory default settings: Step 1. Disconnect your nanoKontrol 2 from USB power. Step 2. Press and hold down the.

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In order to properly use this product, you’ll need to adjust some.

Other than that it’s alright! There’s a good chance i’m a total doofus, but this is not intuitive to me. So I will keep reading hear to see how things go before I buy. DAW software” section in this manual, and in the owner’s manual.

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Yes, my password is: Enter text from picture: It confused me too. No, create an account now. I’ve downloaded drivers, manuals, annokontrol. This manual also for: Good luck by the way! To help you get the most out of your new instrument, please.

Hi all, I’m trying to get virtual instruments within Digital Performer to respond volume and velocity control data from this new Korg nanoKontrol2.

You must log in or sign up to reply here. This is also used by the Korg Kontrol Editor to control the. Don’t know if you guy have windows 10 machines and just got the big creators update. And speaking of boring technicalities http: I’ve got the “Kontrol Editor” application. So, the two options in CC mode the markers and play stop buttons etc probably wont work, so perhaps try DAW mode and then if you need to change CCs open the editor and set them as you want, it’s selfevident how to. Bit of a pain indeed and mine had to be re-done after the Win 10 creator update.


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Comments to this Manuals Your Name. I just bought the NanoKontrol2 a week ago. The kontrol editor will fail to intiate properly if the daw is open and the device is in use.

Korg nanoKontrol2 – how to setup this little mother?!?! Not often, but perhaps, sometimes. On Mac OS X Don’t have an account? For more information, please refer to the Parameter Guide.

Add to my manuals Add. Set up the application so that it can be controlled by the Control.

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Ignore Threads by Nobita. Open the “Device setting” window in Cubase, and add “Mackie.

At this time, the transport. To print the manual completely, please, download it. This section describes various settings for several DAW software.

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Never use any USB cable other than the one that’s included. Don’t show me this message again. Adjust settings as described in the “Settings for using the unit with. Please check the owner’s manual of your host application. It’s a great little controller for the money but the software side is rubbish. Sometimes it won’t work, or will stop working. Log in or Sign up. Open the “Control Surface” window in Digital Performer, then. For information on detailed settings and operation of various DAW.


The manual will say things like “To engage the desired mode, turn on the unit while pressing and holding down the button that corresponds to that mode. It seems the main issue with the NK2 on Windows at least is that if you have more than 10 MIDI devices installed when installing the NK2 it will assign it a MIDI number and if that number is greater than 10 it won’t be recognised by its own editor software.

It comes with a tool that you can use to uninstall unused MIDI drivers in order to try and get it in that slot. In which case I have to restart the machine. Already have an account? Dimensions W x D x H: By pressing ‘print’ button you will print only current page. Good luck guys, Dave. Anyway I remember that probably happened the same thing with the older NanoPad that actually I don’t use since a long time I was planning on getting this device, but sounds like it is not user friendly.