PS60 Performance Synth Giveaway

Korg USA 25th Anniversary contest is open until November 15th      28/10/10
PS60 Performance Synth Giveaway


As part of its ongoing 25th anniversary celebration, Korg USA has announced a PS60 synthesizer giveaway. The contest runs from October 26 through November 15, 2010. To enter, contestants in the U.S. can visit the website listed below as often as once a day. One winner will be chosen at random on November 16 and notified via email. Here's what Korg has to say about the PS60...
Korg's PS60 Performance Synth is ideal for both full and part-time keyboardists as well as beginners, because of its straightforward design and easy-to-use interface.
The PS60 keeps the needs of the on-stage musician front and center, offering dedicated control over the most essential functions, and making it easy to find just the right sound. Focused on the fundamental sounds for keyboard playing, the PS60 delivers 440 spot-on sounds created using the same synthesis engine that powers their upper-end workstations like the M50 and M3. The sounds are organized into six Categories with dedicated controls: Piano, Electric Piano, Organ, Strings, Brass and Synth.
Additional features include 63 effects, Korg's expressive new 61-key Natural Touch keyboard, the ability to split and layer sounds, plus free Editor software that runs as a plug-in in all major DAW titles.
Pricing and Availability:
Free entry. The contest runs from October 26 through November 15, 2010.
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