In advance of the 2016 NAMM Show, Korg today introduced the a pair of new wireless MIDI controllers, the nanoKEY Studio & nanoKONTROL Studio controllers.
The nanoKey Studio is a wireless mobile keyboard controller, designed for wireless use.
Above the keyboard are eight velocity-sensitive trigger pads that are designed not only for recording drums, but also chords. The Chord Scale function automatically assigns the ‘best’ chords based on your selected key and scale, aiding composition. The nanoKey Studio also includes a KAOSS-style touchpad and eight assignable knobs.
- 25-key Keyboard with velocity sensitivity (four velocity curve)
- 8 trigger pad (velocity sensitivity is supported, four velocity curve)
- 8 knobs
- X-Y pad
Korg also announced the nanoKontrol Studio a wireless DAW controller that offers eight channels of faders, knobs and buttons. There are also transport controls and a jog wheel.
It is battery operated and can connect wirelessly with your iPhone/iPad or Mac/Windows.
Both controllers are priced at £129.60, with the nanoKey Studio expected to ship in May, and the nanoKontrol Studio in April. See the Korg site for details.