This video, via reader Tim (timethy on Youtube), takes a look at using the Korg NanoPad with Ableton Live for Kaoss Pad type effects:
Sweetwater’s Daniel Fisher does a nice job of demonstrating the features of the Korg nanoKontrol and the Korg nanoPad, alongside synths from Moog and Korg, plus the B4II organ plug-in from Native Instruments.
Don’t miss the trick with the nanoPAD’s trackpad at the end.
MusicScienceGuy‘s Jammer is a custom-made mutant MIDI controller that he calls “the musical instrument of my dreams, and the closest approximation of the fabled Thummer that we are ever likely to see.” Continue reading
This Korg nanoPAD demo performance of Axel F highlights some of the many different ways you can use a nanoPad. Continue reading
This is a quick routine by DJ Tech Tools’ Ean Golden, using the Korg NanoPad.
2 tracks in Traktor Pro and a gater effect on the vocal.
2009 Winter NAMM Show update: Korg announced a new black color option for their nanoSeries products.
The nanoKey, nanoPad and nanoKontrol are still a bit on the cheesy side, but at least they look a bit cooler. Continue reading
A look at the Korg nanoPad via SonicState; make sure you check out the section on the editor, which gives the nanoPad a lot more power than is obvious from looking at it.
This nicely shot demo video combines KORG nanoPAD, DS-10 and Logic Pro 8 Effects.
Watch for the dancing hands effect!
KORG nanoPad controls Logic Pro 8 Effects.
Pad control X position synchronize EQ on Logic as Hipass filter.
Pad control Y position synchronize Echo wet on Logic.
It is mimicry of KORG KaossPAD KP3:-)
Logic recorded sounds are played by DS-10 on Nintendo DSi.