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themusiclab77



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PostPosted: Sun May 12, 2019 2:42 pm    Post subject: nanokontrol2 Reply with quote

Hey forum folks….. just bought a new nanokontrol2…. For sure I’m having fun…

Mostly bought it for cc midi data and have succeeded in using it in that way…..
However, now that I’m able to apply a fader to the vibrato on a string patch, I’d like to take it further
But the documentation leaves me scratching my head….

For instance to use it as just a midi cc controller I had to search the internet for the instructions of
Holding cycle and set together when I plugged it in. That was nowhere in the user manual.

I have been able to set up a Hammond organ patch and assign the drawbars to a slider on the nano2
But the first slider and the 8th slider seem to be permanently dedicated to cc 0 and cc7. also the 8th
Slider controls a volume fader to a track in Logic Pro ???

The editor software is pretty scientific and not very user friendly….. are there presets out there for standard usage?

How can I switch back and forth using the nano2 as a control surface for Logic and a cc midi controller?

Thanks for your help in advance……
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PostPosted: Sun May 12, 2019 10:14 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Hi,

Get some inspiration here: http://www.korgforums.com/forum/phpBB2/viewtopic.php?t=118516.
It's for CuBase but similar things should be available in Logic Pro.

To boot in CC mode, it IS described in the User manual. Refer to Operation Mode/Other DAW software.

CC#7 is one of those CC messages that have a suggested meaning by the MIDI standard: control the volume. So change the CC# number of the 8th slider using the editor (although you indicate it is not working.. Sad) or find in Logic Pro the setting to disable the volume change for CC#7.

I'm afraid that Switching back and forth is only possible by plugging/unplugging the USB cable while holding the right key combination.

I would stick to one mode, but reconfigure in Logic Pro the MIDI routing map for each setup that you use.

Have fun.
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