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justin3am
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Postby justin3am; Wed Jul 11, 2018 8:08 am Re: Nektar Panorama T4/T6 MIDI Controller Keyboards

Sorry. Lots of questions and comments and I will get to them as I have time but for now I have to get some work done. I'm really happy to see such interest in the Panorama T-series and Nektarine.
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Postby rod_zero; Wed Jul 11, 2018 10:41 am Re: Nektar Panorama T4/T6 MIDI Controller Keyboards

@justin3am, thank for your perspective on the whole issue of MIDI controllers. It really surprises me people keep buying controllers with the same layout over and over again, I gave up after the second many years ago and I don't use my Push that much for programming synths even with the screen that shows name and value (but it is ok for lots of effects).

I just think that maybe if companies take bolder moves in the midi controller market they would be rewarded more, I think many of us have been begging for a good control surface, I just went with a System8 cause it works like my dream controller with Roland plugouts, and it has enough controls to map some other subtractive synths.
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Postby Zexila; Thu Jul 12, 2018 2:25 pm Re: Nektar Panorama T4/T6 MIDI Controller Keyboards

pc999 wrote:
justin3am wrote:There will not be a Linux version of Nektarine.


:(

It should be already time for Linux to be treated a first class OS.


It would be cool, but right now I'm happy to see Bitwig, U He and RME there, not using Linux for audio (but with those 3 on bard wouldn't mind it either), but when Windows 7 become XP, I'm gonna seriously think about it, by that time I hope Linux will raise, we all could use same distro for audio and developers would have easier time supporting that.
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Postby pc999; Thu Jul 12, 2018 6:49 pm Re: Nektar Panorama T4/T6 MIDI Controller Keyboards

Zexila wrote:It would be cool, but right now I'm happy to see Bitwig, U He and RME there, not using Linux for audio (but with those 3 on bard wouldn't mind it either), but when Windows 7 become XP, I'm gonna seriously think about it, by that time I hope Linux will raise, we all could use same distro for audio and developers would have easier time supporting that.


Well, that we can fully control BWS in Linux is a nice step in the right direction.

Any Ubuntu based distro should be good.
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Postby maschinelf; Mon Jul 30, 2018 11:52 pm Re: Nektar Panorama T4/T6 MIDI Controller Keyboards

So any update on whether nektarine will be available (or possible) for the P-series?
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Postby dbender; Tue Jul 31, 2018 12:46 am Re: Nektar Panorama T4/T6 MIDI Controller Keyboards

maschinelf wrote:So any update on whether nektarine will be available (or possible) for the P-series?



+1,000,000!!!

We Panorama pioneers want Tangerine too!!
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Postby justanametouse; Tue Aug 07, 2018 11:38 am Re: Nektar Panorama T4/T6 MIDI Controller Keyboards

dbender wrote:
maschinelf wrote:So any update on whether nektarine will be available (or possible) for the P-series?



+1,000,000!!!

We Panorama pioneers want Tangerine too!!


Spoke to Tim at Nektar about this - Nektarine will be available for P-series users sometime before the end of the year.
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Postby justanametouse; Tue Aug 07, 2018 11:38 am Re: Nektar Panorama T4/T6 MIDI Controller Keyboards

dbender wrote:
maschinelf wrote:So any update on whether nektarine will be available (or possible) for the P-series?



+1,000,000!!!

We Panorama pioneers want Tangerine too!!


Spoke to Tim at Nektar about this - Nektarine will be available for P-series users sometime before the end of the year.
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justin3am
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Postby justin3am; Tue Aug 07, 2018 12:08 pm Re: Nektar Panorama T4/T6 MIDI Controller Keyboards

justanametouse wrote:Spoke to Tim at Nektar about this - Nektarine will be available for P-series users sometime before the end of the year.

I should clarify. We would like to have updates for our DAW support software (which are needed to make the P-series work seamlessly with nektarine) by the end of the year but as with all things related to software development, we can't guarantee we will hit that target.

I only say that because I'm notoriously hesitant to announce release dates until we have something ready. I hope you understand. :)
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Postby dbender; Tue Aug 07, 2018 12:17 pm Re: Nektar Panorama T4/T6 MIDI Controller Keyboards

justin3am wrote:
justanametouse wrote:Spoke to Tim at Nektar about this - Nektarine will be available for P-series users sometime before the end of the year.

I should clarify. We would like to have updates for our DAW support software (which are needed to make the P-series work seamlessly with nektarine) by the end of the year but as with all things related to software development, we can't guarantee we will hit that target.

I only say that because I'm notoriously hesitant to announce release dates until we have something ready. I hope you understand. :)



As a P6 owner, I am super psyched to have tangerine capability added BUT do not want it to replace or be in lieu of or replace any features/capability we already now have.

Question: can tangerine peacefully coexist and be used along with novation Automap?
dbender
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Postby dbender; Tue Aug 07, 2018 12:20 pm Re: Nektar Panorama T4/T6 MIDI Controller Keyboards

justin3am wrote:
justanametouse wrote:Spoke to Tim at Nektar about this - Nektarine will be available for P-series users sometime before the end of the year.

I should clarify. We would like to have updates for our DAW support software (which are needed to make the P-series work seamlessly with nektarine) by the end of the year but as with all things related to software development, we can't guarantee we will hit that target.

I only say that because I'm notoriously hesitant to announce release dates until we have something ready. I hope you understand. :)



Hang on, I just re-read this again carefully, and perhaps my being psyched was misplaced.

My main DAW is Studio One, and I also used Digital Performer, neither of which get the deep integration with P6.

Does that mean that once tangerine is added to P6 I won’t be able to use tangerine in those DAWs?

And Are you going to finally update P6 so it has deep integration with studio one? Pretty please with sugar on top!
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justin3am
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Postby justin3am; Tue Aug 07, 2018 12:33 pm Re: Nektar Panorama T4/T6 MIDI Controller Keyboards

I don't know about tangerines but you (specifically) will be able to use your P-series controller with Nektarine. I really can't provide any further details. You will have to be patient. ;)
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Postby dbender; Tue Aug 07, 2018 12:38 pm Re: Nektar Panorama T4/T6 MIDI Controller Keyboards

Thanks!
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Postby zyguli; Thu Aug 09, 2018 5:16 am Re: Nektar Panorama T4/T6 MIDI Controller Keyboards

It would be great, if Nektarine worked as a full blown mapping editor for Panorama P-series controllers and allowed export of those mappings as *.npm files for direct use in DAW's with deep integration.
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Postby InLight-Tone; Thu Aug 09, 2018 6:30 am Re: Nektar Panorama T4/T6 MIDI Controller Keyboards

Will there be Studio One support? How about an 88 key model? Thanks!
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