Korg nanoKEY 2 black

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USB-MIDI Controller

  • Keyboard: 25-Key-Keyboard with velocity sensitivity and 4 velocity-curves
  • Pitch-Buttons (Up/Down)
  • Octave-Shift-Button (octave range -4 to +4)
  • Modulation-Buttons
  • Sustain-Buttons
  • Connector: USB-Mini
  • Power supply via USB (less then 100 mA)
  • Dimensions (W x H x D): 325 x 13 x 83 mm
  • Weight: 244 g
  • Supports Apple iPad upward from OS 4.2.1 - Requires: Apple Camera Connection Kit (not included), iPad App must support Core MIDI (KORG does not guarantee compatibility; Problems may occur, if Apple updates the OS and/or introduces new models!)
  • Active USB hub recommended
  • Colour: Black
  • Incl. USB-Cable and software bundle
available since August 2011
Item number 268270
sales unit 1 piece(s)
Aftertouch No
Pitch Bend / Modulation Yes
Rotary Encoder 0
Fader (Amount) 0
Pads 0
Display No
MIDI interface No
Sustain Pedal Connection No
USB-port Yes
Mains Operation No
Battery Operation No
Bus-Powered Yes
Width in mm 325 mm
Height in mm 13 mm
Depth in mm 83 mm
Weight in kg 0,2 kg
Special Features Compact design
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A keyboard that fits in your pocket
Anonymous 16.09.2014
Now this is cool! A software-customizable keyboard that is so small you can fit several of them in your laptop bag!

Use with any software, as a keyboard, playback control or drum pad - or anything else you can think of. The keys feel good and have surprisingly good response for something so small and made of plastic. You can put a couple of them side by side if you need more octaves at once, so as long as you have enough USB ports you can just keep adding on.

For quick recordings of ideas, sample playback or backing keys (like string chords or such in the background) this is fantastic! It will most likely be good for live use as well, though I have yet to try that. But remember that it is really small - which is both to its advantage and to its disadvantage.
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nice compact bit of gear
no13 23.12.2019
Very compact bit of gear, I use this with some (DIY) synth instruments. Compatibility is as advertised (used it on Win, OSX, Linux, iOS -garageband and Arduino Mega ADK) Touch sensitivity is working, but don't expect a lot of expressiveness there. Key size is large enough to play (sort of blind). Rather noisy. Anyway, good, robust, compact bit of gear.
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Good for getting started
Amer22 11.03.2022
It's good for getting started in MIDI controllers world I would highly recommend it for the beginning plus it's not that expensive and it comes with software code for free
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Manbanan 06.03.2021
This tiny keyboard will never replace any serious instrument, but it’s still very useful for entering a few midi notes into yor daw or, as I mainly use it, for checking out and adjusting software sounds before I move to my 88 key Roland for recording.
The keys are a bit ”shallow” with a pretty uninspiring feel, but they serve their purpose. You get used to them after a while.
The underside of the device was slightly bent upwards, so it wouldn’t sit flat on my desk if it wasn’t for those tiny rubber pads in the corners. Not a big deal, but a bit weird, though.
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