Korg's Bluetooth MIDI Connect allows you to easily connect Korg's Bluetooth MIDI compatible controllers such as microKEY Air, nanoKEY Studio and nanoKONTROL Studio wirelessly with your Mac.
It's super handy! You can open the Bluetooth MIDI connection panel from the System Menu and make a Bluetooth MIDI connection without needing to always open the Audio MIDI settings.
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It works, but...
I wish this would get updated to native ARM, it's the one thing I have to run that's not native now and looking at it in Activity Monitor running under Rosetta makes me sad :(
Works Just Fine
I don't know why so many people seem to have problems with this app. You need to READ THE MANUALS, it's not that hard. The mini-USB port on my nanoKONTROL Studio broke and I was depressed for all of five minutes until I remembered its Bluetooth capability. This has worked perfectly from the moment I installed it. Now my nanoKONTROL Studio is always ready for those all-important CC11 passes on orchestral instrtuments. I'm running macOS Mojave on a late-2013 iMac.
Developer Response ,
Thank you for your message and for the information sharing.
We hope you do great music with the nanoKontrol.
KORG App Team
Works Well But Doesnt AUTOCONNECT
This app works well for my cme widi and my korg kontrol studio. But whenever I turn on my devices I have to open the app from the dropdown and click CONNECT before the computer will recieve MIDI. It would be nice if when sensing a new connection the app would auto connect the device. Maybe even put the list of connected devices in the dropdown menu in the finder bar. Seems like that would be and easy option to put in.
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- KORG INC.
- 296.7 KB
- Requires macOS 10.11 or later.
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- © 2016 KORG INC.