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Pros: Tons of drum sounds, bass sounds. Can be controlled with a midi controller. Low price. great for practice. Has 2 mono outputs for stereo quality. Programable. Pressure sensative buttons. Effects for triplets and so much to work with in a small package.
Cons: All the preset beats have bass lines added. I wouldn't mind this, but before I start writing my own beats I feel I need to knock some rust off my fingers with my guitar. It forces me to play along with the bass. So I'm going to have to make my own beats anyway. It also doesn't sound very realistic. You can definately Hear the electric vibe they put off. But, they sound good enough at $150. At this price, with it's functionality..it's not worth reducing an egg because the drums sound only mostly realistic.
Other Thoughts: Need a cheap machine capable of kicking a beat? this one does that and you can add bass lines. I'm glad I bought it. I plan to use it to get back into playing my guitar again, and record a few simple mixes through my r16 just to toss ideas around, and remember beats and riffs I come up with over the rest of my music playing life. Zoom is just awesome. Period.
Reviewed By:Anonymous,1/20/2012 3:27:36 AM
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Cons: had it for under 6 months and a couple pads are already not responding properly. totally useless if you're trying to capture a moment while writing.
Reviewed By:Anonymous,10/6/2010 7:46:05 PM
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Pros: Pads are more sensitive than Akai and M-audio pads. The touchpad is fun to mess with. Decent customer support. Small profile. Software is better than Akai's.
Cons: Touchpad is more-or-less useless, albeit fun to mess around with. Four of the pads on my model did not work at all. 2 more were finicky at best. I returned mine the same day I got it.
Other Thoughts: Korg is generally a very highly regarded company, and I personally have dealt with their line of keyboards and the kaoss products, which I can't say enough good things about. However, the whole Nanoseries is just garbage. Half of the product yields don't even work, and most of them die after a few months.
Buy an Akai LPD8, you will not be disappointed with Akai.
I purchased my nanoPAD from a different company. Same result no matter the vendor, though. Check the Korg forums, many people have the same issue: faulty, cheap hardware.
Reviewed By:Brian,7/1/2010 7:42:37 PM
This reviewer reports that his/her technical understanding of this type of product is High and has owned this product less than 1 day.
1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.