Nektar has teamed up with Bitwig to deliver a range of incredible bundle offers for Summer 2017. Each bundle comprises a boxed full copy of Bitwig Studio 2.1 DAW software, plus a Nektar Panorama or Impact LX+ DAW Controller.
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Posted on September 3, 2013 by Joe Stachowiak
We were recently joined in our Bournemouth pro-music superstore and studios by Tim Chandler, Product Manager for Nektar's Panorama controllers. After hooking a Panorama P4 keyboard, Panorama P1 control surface and Reason Balance interface up to his Mac computer, Tim proceeded to demonstrate how their products could significantly improve your workflow, whatever software you are using. He even let us get hands-on for ourselves!
In this review I'm going to explain how Panorama controllers can help speed up how you work as well as give my honest opinions on the products. Please note that although I've included the Panorama P6 in the title of this review, it wasn't actually one of the products that I got hands-on with. However, the P6 is exactly the same as the P4 apart from the fact that it has a few extra keys so I can safely assume that any comments I make about the Panorama P4 will also hold true for the P6.
*** Update: I ended up buying a P4 for myself! Read the end of my review to find out what I think about it now that I've had it integrated within my studio for a few weeks. ***
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Posted on August 12, 2013 by Joe Stachowiak
Nektar's Panorama controllers (made up of the P4 and P6 keyboards and the P1 control surface) give tactile hands-on control over your DAW software and plug-ins. Although Panorama controllers can be used with any big-name DAW, they come automatically mapped to both Reason and Cubase for instant hands-on control.
On a quest to map every VST plug-in known to man, Nektar have recently announced that they've added a number of new plug-in instruments and effects mappings to their every-growing list. New plug-in maps are as follows:
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Posted on February 5, 2013 by Joe Stachowiak
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Posted on January 23, 2013 by Joe Stachowiak
Nektar have made another addition to their impressive Panorama range, which already includes the feature-packed Panorama P4 and P6 controller keyboards. This latest addition, the Panorama P1, doesn't feature any keys, but is simply a control surface with plenty of hands-on controls!
Posted on January 11, 2013 by Joe Stachowiak
Nektar's Panorama controller keyboards will soon be fully integrated with Cubase software! Excellent news because Panorama keyboards are some of the most feature-packed MIDI controllers on the market, featuring 9 faders, 8 encoders, 12 pads, plenty of assignable buttons, a large colour screen and even a motorised fader!
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Posted on December 13, 2012 by Joe Stachowiak
Nektar have released a larger version of their feature-packed Panorama P4 controller keyboard - the new Panorama P6. The Panorama P6 features an extended 61-note keyboard along with all the controls of the P4, including 12 drum pads, 16 encoders, transport controls, an intuitive colour touchscreen, 10 LED buttons, 9 faders, a motorised fader and more!