Use NanoKONTROL With Garageband/Logic

Korg offer a free control surface plug-in for Mac users      26/11/09
Use NanoKONTROL With Garageband/Logic
Yes, we know it's a Windows machine but it's the picture that Korg supplied...

Here's the Korg press release...
The Korg nanoKONTROL, already a huge hit worldwide because of its convenience, size and ease of operation, becomes even more powerful with the release of the plug-in nanoKONTROL Control Surface plug-in for GarageBand/Logic.
This plug-in is in response to worldwide requests from many users of the nanoKONTROL and both GarageBand and Logic. The free download dramatically improves performance with Apple GarageBand and Logic.
Because Apple's GarageBand didn't previously allow users to assign CC settings, there was no way for nano users to customise MIDI controllers. By using the nanoKONTROL Control Surface plug-in for GarageBand/Logic, installation is done as recommended by Apple and nanoKONTROL works with Logic Pro without complicated settings.
This brings the nanoKONTROL in line with the nanoKEY and nanoPAD which can already be used with GarageBand without any plug-in required.
Specifications
Functions can be controlled
Transport, Volume/Pan/Mute/Solo for each channel, EQ, Effect send, Software sound source.
Note: Users can control after 9th channel.
Settings
Install the special plug-in with GarageBand and Logic according the supplied instructions.
Mac OS only.
Hardware requirements
Mac and Mac OS X which implement hardware requirements of Apple GarageBand, Apple Logic.
Pricing and Availability:
Free download More information:
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