Old 08-09-2015, 09:00 AM   #1
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Default Reaper and Korg Nanokontrol 2

Things keep changing on me.
Purchased a Korg NanoK2 several months ago.

Did the setup as described on a youtube video:
1) plugged in the KN2 while holding set/record buttons to put it into Sonar mode
2) when into Reaper prefs and set up the KN2 to the Mackie Control (dev1,1)

Everything worked as it should for the transport control, pan, slider and SMR buttons.

Several weeks ago, the volume sliders started acting like pitch bend wheel.
After some fiddling around, got them back to where they were acting as volume controls.

Yesterday, the sliders starting acting like the pitch bend wheel again.
I have done EVERYTHING I could possibly think of including going into the Korg Editor to make sure the KN2 was in Sonar mode. Went through complete process as I did when first set it up. The sliders STILL will not function as volume control but rather pitch bend. Also the transport buttons now beep when I use them, which while recording and hitting stop, put the beep on the track.

I know there are probably few on the forum that use the KN2, but am I missing something here? Is there a script or action that is getting changed to make these strange things happen?

Rob
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Old 08-16-2015, 07:12 PM   #2
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Default Nanokontrol2

Check this topic http://forum.cockos.com/showthread.php?t=151181
You need to install mackie control klinke 0.8

For solving pitch problems disable nanokontrol from Midi devices.

Take care

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