Korg Updates Pandora

Expanded functionality for the PX5D personal multi-effects processor and USB recording interface      16/09/08

Korg Updates Pandora


Korg has announced updates to its Pandora PX5D personal multi-effect processor and USB recording interface for guitar and bass, further expanding the unit's capabilities. These updates are available as a free download from the Korg website.
Already PC compatible, the PX5D's Sound editor now also offers Mac compatibility. In addition, updated features include new "song updater" software that lets users either swap out some of the existing demo songs in the unit for new ones included in the software, or replace existing songs with their own favorite songs in SMF format.
The PX5D is the newest member of Korg's popular Pandora series, known for packing dozens of realistic modeled amps and effects and a multitude of live, practice and recording functions into pocket-sized units. The PX5D is the first computer-ready Pandora (via USB) for direct recording (Ableton Live Lite 6 Korg Edition recording software is included), and it includes features such as footswitch control for live use.
Pricing and Availability:
The Korg Pandora PX5D personal multi-effect processor and recording interface is currently available for a U.S. MSRP of $330 More information:



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