Korg NanoKEY2 USB Keyboard
Korg NanoKEY2 Portable USB Keyboard - 25 Keys, Not weighted, Velocity Sensitive With 4 Curves,
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The 25 keys are velocity sensitive and are spaced so that you can use these as drum pads. With a super slim build the nanoKEY2 is made to line up with just about any laptop.
Saving space by getting rid of useless knobs the nanoKEY2 packs all you need in the control buttons on the left. You get Octave Shift buttons, Sustain, Pitch up and Down as well as Mod. Feel free to dive into the Korg editor software that's included to make your own settings.
Portable and Compatible
This thing is super lightweight at an amazing 244 grams. Its powered by USB so road trips with a laptop will now become epic jam sessions. You can also leave the laptop behind and use your iPad fr power you just need to use your camera connection kit (not included)
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Also a coupon that enables you a discount for Ableton Live. Features • Keyboard: 25-key with velocity and 4 velocity curves.
• Pitch up/down buttons.
• Octave Shift up/down buttons with -4 to +4 octave range.
More information can be found in the PDF below:
|Number Of Keys||25|
|Connections||1 x Micro USB|
|Dimensions||325 x 83 x 16 mm/ 12.80 x 3.27 x 0.65 inches|
|USB Bus Powered||No|
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