Korg once again release something that catches the eye and the ear. The Radias features a 24-voice Multi-Modeling-Technology synth engine that give you a wide choice of synthesis types and effect algorithms. The two oscillators per voice use the same low aliasing technology from the flagship OASYS system and are capable of modeled analog, formant and Korgâ€™s classic DWGS waveforms, PCM playback, as well as ring modulation and sync. The voice architecture provides dual multimode filters; three envelopes; two LFOs; three modulation sequencers; six virtual patches (for freely connecting any of 11 modulation sources to any of 15 destinations); two-band EQ; Drive; 11 types of Wave Shaping; and Punch (which emphasizes the attack portion of the sound).
On the physical side, the $1999 version comes with a dedicated 49 controller keyboard together with a deeply nifty mounting system and accessory shelf for popping your laptop, drum machine or perhaps selection of beers and liquors for easy access during a gig.
Check the previous full news item for all the details HERE
In the mean time, enjoy the full demo we shot at the NAMM show.