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    Hi all,

    Does anyonme use a korg nano pad along with there vci. Do you use it for fx ?

    What do you then use your free'd up fx knobs for on the vci ?

    They seem like too much of a bargain to pass on so was just trying to get an idea of what people use them for.

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    I use both and I didn't know you could free up knobs on the VCI-100 by using the nanopad?

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    Don't get you ....

    Surely if you use the nano pad as a total effects unit you can then use the knobs on the vci for something other than effects??

    What does your nano control ??
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    maybe he just has meant the "nanokontrol" because of the "knobs" ?!!

    about the nanopad; i would maybe use it to "trigger" samples or cue points ...

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    The nanopad is all pads man...no knobs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MisterMoleyMole View Post
    Don't get you ....

    Surely if you use the nano pad as a total effects unit you can then use the knobs on the vci for something other than effects??

    What does your nano control ??
    sorry i totally have overseen thisthink this is cleared up now

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chilly View Post
    The nanopad is all pads man...no knobs.
    Yes i know that but you can use teh nanopad as an effects unit using the touch pad to control effects parametres yes ?

    This would then free up the knobs used to control teh effects parameters on the vci no ???

    Am i missing something here ?
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    You can use the pads to control effects, but I never really understood how people used pads for that... I mean, wouldn't it be easier to get a nano Kontrol?
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    Doing Tim Exile style key mashing with buttons is kinda fun, you can do patterns that you never would be able to do using just knobs. I wouldnt say use buttons for your fx only of course, but its nice to have a bit of mix and match going on.

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    You guys sure he ain't just talking about using the X/Y pad to control Fx params?!

    To answer your question, I had one that I borrowed for a while off a mate and set it up to control the fx in T Pro. It's good fun and cheap as hell. May aswell get yourself one.

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