Korg Compares The Kaossilator Pro & The Kaoss Pad 3

They May Look The Same, But Looks Can Be Deceiving....      10/03/10

Korg introduced the Korg Kaossilator Pro at the 2010 NAMM Show, and, while it looks like they took the Kaoss Pad 3 hardware and stuck a new logo on it, it's actually a very different animal.

Here, Korg presents the two devices, outlines their difference and demonstrates what each pad excels at.

Note: Sonic State has looked at the Korg Kaossilator Pro recently, with unboxing and review videos. See the links below!

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