Just wondering if anyone has had any luck setting up the KORG nanoKONTROL2 as a MIDI controller for SP.
sensory percussion is definitely recognizing the controller as an active MIDI input & output, but having a hard time getting anything to map. Any suggestions?
Thanks so much!
I’m glad it’s being recognized as an active MIDI input/output.
While troubleshooting first close any other DAWs or music apps you might have open, as there could be some kind of weird auto-mapping going on with nanoKONTROL2 potentially disrupting the connection with Sensory.
Next make sure that the nanoKONTROL2 is only selected as an input and that it is deselected as an output. Deselect any other active MIDI inputs and outputs while you are testing the nanoKONTROL2.
Now try mapping the buttons to parameters in Sensory by following the steps on this page: https://help.sunhou.se/howto/switch-kits-with-a-midi-device.html
After you’ve got it working with all other music apps and DAWs closed, then, one-by-one, you can begin to turn on all of the other things that you run in conjunction with SP and see if/where the connection gets interrupted (and change the setting in the program that is causing the issue).
Let us know how it works out, and, if you are still having trouble, send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org including a short video of Sensory’s IO window and attempting to map keys/knobs of the controller to parameters in Sensory.
Thanks so much for all help! Ended up getting it working… the issue seemed to be a combo of having the controller set to the correct one of it’s two functioning modes (CC mode vs. DAW mode) and having the audio interfaces ins/outs set correctly (I was initially trying to set up the controller quickly without an interface)
Thanks again for the help, glad to know it works!