BMF: New Micro Studio from Korg

Teenie Weenie pocket sized 4-track      17/07/01



We had to whip out the Sherlock Holmes type magnifying glass to find the diminuative PXR4 Pocket Studio from Korg. The unit (launched at the BMF) can playback up to four tracks and record up to two. Recording to Smart Media, the PXR4 has three recoring modes: Standard, High-Quality and Economy but the really nifty thing is that it has a USB connection so you can import your recording directly into your PC and continue to work within your favourite sequencer. Main Features
  • Maximum recording time of up to 270 minutes (economy mode, with 128MB Smart Media)
  • 8 Virtual tracks per track
  • Punch in/out as well as Bounce, Copy and Delete
  • Time Compression/Expansion
  • REMS based modelling FX, from guitar based to mastering FX 100 user and 100 presets
  • Built in Mic
  • Over 50 rhythm patters in many styles - also 36 metronome patterns.
  • USB connection
  • Built in tuner
  • Backlit display
  • Carry case
  • 16MB Smart Media included
    (Preliminary information)

    Pricing: £349 (+/-$500)

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