Controllers

toneburst's picture

These look cool http://www.korg.co.jp/Product/Synthesizer/nano/index.html No info as yet on the UK Korg site, as far as I can tell. Wonder when they'll be released. I particularly like the look of the Nano Kontrol, though the Nano Pad also looks cool, with it's X-Y pad.

Talking of controllers, I've just got a 2nd-hand A5 Wacom tablet, wondering if anyone's used these in QC. Looks like they could be pretty coos with the Tablet Patch- it's got pressure sense, x and y tilt, x and y position and 4 different momentary controllers, so could make quite a nice tactile controller, potentially, as well as the obvious potential for drawing/painting type things.

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yanomano's picture
All the time...

I use wacom tablet from 14 years and i'am happy ...:) A5 only...it is for me the better format, you can keep it in your bag (just one centimeter) What is cool is the silence !...no mouse clic :) It is very fun with all type of work : editing, compositing, 3D even with music sequencers ! Sometimes I want to kill gui designers to put littles buttons in their software... With QC, it is a lot of fun because you can design little tools to enter value on screen ( i found that some keyboard short cuts + drag the stylet on the screen is very confortable for jog thru patchtime, increment values and 3D orientation.

tobyspark's picture
there will never be the perfect midi controller...

...this is one thing i have become sure of. all you can do is buy the cheapest thing that gets you mostly there. currently, i'm on a behringer bcf2000 and a bcd3000; more than enough buttons and sliders. and if it gets trashed, they're cheap enough to replace without batting an eyelid.

tablets, however, are brilliant. i can't say mine gets much use day-to-day, but yep its a brilliant thing to have around. i used to gig with it too, its wonderful how they pack wafer thin next to the laptop.