NanoKONTROL2/KORG USB-MIDI Driver (for Windows 10) Version：1.15 r43e Date：2021.02.10. For instruction on setting up a Korg NanoKontrol2, look here! First, you will need to ensure that the NanoKontrol is in 'assignable' mode. For a NanoKontrol Studio. This can be done by accessing the global settings in the top right corner of the Korg Controller Editor and referring to the 'Controller Mode'. NanoKONTROL2/KORG USB-MIDI Driver (for Windows 10) 1.15 r43e 2021.02.10 / EXE: 6.3MB.
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After being irked by the lack of proper instructions (the manual isn’t the most helpful and contains a few errors for Cubase), I decided to write this guide.
This tutorial should be largely the same for Cubase 4-7on OS X or Windows although you may notice minor disparities.
Download the drivers here (click on Support and downloads) and install them.
Boot the NanoKontrol in Surface mode.
Hold down the Set button under the marker section and the fast forward and rewind buttons, and connect the USB cable.
Under the Devices Menu, select Device Setup
Then click the + symbol and Add a Mackie Control
Korg Nanokontrol2 Driver For Windows 10
Select the Mackie Control in the Device Setup window and set the Inputs and Outputs to the Padkontrol
Korg Nanokontrol 2 Driver
And do the same for Transport controls
If done properly the transport buttons should reflect your current play status (mostly likely the stop button as pictured)
Korg Nanokontrol Studio