KORG Unveils Limited-Edition, Multi-Colored nanoSERIES2 Controllers
As part of the 10th anniversary of KORG’s nanoSERIES2, KORG has released limited-edition, colored versions of their nanoKontrol2, nanoKEY2 and nanoPAD2 – available in orange/yellow or blue/yellow color combinations.
From information KORG provides us in the video’s description:
Since the appearance of the first KORG nano series in 2008, which brought new possibilities of “mobility” to USB-MIDI controllers for PC-based music production, these simple, portable controllers have continued to play a role in every musical scene from home studios to large stages. In commemoration of their tenth anniversary, KORG is happy to announce two vibrant color models that will stand out in any DAW-based or hardware-centric studio.
The blue and yellow model is perfect for use with “KORG Gadget,” KORG’s acclaimed DAW software for iOS/Mac. The orange and green model features a look popular DAW software used by electronic music producers. People who already use these software titles will be right at home on these colorful controllers, and they will also be of interest to beginners, since a generous bundle of software and discount coupons is included. This enables users to start producing music immediately, right out of the box.
The KORG nanoSERIES2 controllers all offer fundamental studio utilities, with each controller providing something a little different. You can visit the Korg website to learn more about these limited-edition controllers.
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