MESSE10: Korg Monotron Teeny Pocket Synth

Its like a synth Stylophone      27/03/10

No flash plug


3:44 mins

The Korg MonoTron is possibly the product of the show, unless of course you are an avid believer of all the hype from everyone else's press releases. Thats kind of strange as what we are looking at here is a tiny, monophonic, stupidly simple synth - one oscillator, one LFO and a resonant filter with a touch-style keyboard.

Priced at under fifty quid, its also stupidly cheap.

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