In the Midi tab of the Preferences, make sure you are receiving midi input from the Korg Nano, by checking the appropriate box. If that doesn't help, can you confirm that the Nano completely stops functioning, or if the issue is only with Resolume? You can use a program like MidiOx to check the incoming midi data.thedevo wrote:My Nano Kontrol turns off and stops functioning right after I start Resolume 3.
Just out of interest and asking a very basic question, what does the editor do? Does it change actual settings on the controller or just how your computer interpertates the midi signal in? i find midi confusing. Thanksgoto10 wrote:Well, it's not really a problem or bug, because by default the buttons on your NanoKontrol are set to 'momentary', so Resolume is just doing what it's told. It's possible to have the behaviour you want though. You have to download the NanoKontrol editor app from the Korg website (http://www.korg.co.uk/products/software ... c_nano.asp) and then change the 'button behaviour' for the buttons to 'toggle'
Hope that helps...
Well, I'm not too sure myself on that one, but the changes are carried over between different computers. So I'm guessing there is a tiny processor in the Nano that you program with the editor app. It's amazing what they can make for 60 euroswhat does the editor do? Does it change actual settings on the controller or just how your computer interpertates the midi signal in?